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Bonestell Plows quotes by E.J. Plows
#1. If you can still wipe your own backside then life's not that bad! #Quote by E.J. Plows
Bonestell Plows quotes by Klaus Lackner
#2. Injecting CO2 into an underground reservoir would certainly change the local environment and thus affect the organisms that live there. Some will thrive, and others will suffer. While we should minimize such impacts, they cannot be avoided completely. The same happens when one plows a field, builds a house or a road, or waters a lawn. #Quote by Klaus Lackner
Bonestell Plows quotes by Will Cuppy
#3. The Earthworm plows the whole world with his tunnels, drains and aerates the earth ... If you ever buy any land, be sure it has plenty of Earthworms toiling and moiling all day so that you can sit down and relax. #Quote by Will Cuppy
Bonestell Plows quotes by Laura Ingalls Wilder
#4. It was muskets that won the Revolution. And don't forget it was axes, and plows that made this country.- Father Wilder #Quote by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Bonestell Plows quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#5. The white man comes, pale as the dawn, with a load of thought, with a slumbering intelligence as a fire raked up, knowing well what he knows, not guessing but calculating; strong in community, yielding obedience to authority; of experienced race; of wonderful, wonderful common sense; dull but capable, slow but persevering, severe but just, of little humor but genuine; a laboring man, despising game and sport; building a house that endures, a framed house. He buys the Indian's moccasins and baskets, then buys his hunting-grounds, and at length forgets where he is buried and plows up his bones. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Bonestell Plows quotes by Shel Silverstein
#6. Are wild strawberries really wild? Will they scratch an adult, will they snap at a child? Should you pet them, or let them run free where they roam? Could they ever relax in a steam-heated home? Can they be trained to not growl at the guests? Will a litterbox work or would they make a mess? Can we make them a Cowberry, herding the cows, or maybe a Muleberry pulling the plows, or maybe a Huntberry chasing the grouse, or maybe a Watchberry guarding the house, and though they may curl up at your feet oh so sweetly can you ever feel that you trust them completely? Or should we make a pet out of something less scary, like the Domestic Prune or the Imported Cherry, Anyhow, you've been warned and I will not be blamed if your Wild Strawberries cannot be tamed. #Quote by Shel Silverstein
Bonestell Plows quotes by Paul Harding
#7. The flowers must have been the latest generation of perennials, whose ancestors were first planted by a woman who lived in the ruins when the ruins were a raw, unpainted house inhabited by herself and a smoky, serious husband and perhaps a pair or silent, serious daughters, and the flowers were an act of resistance against the raw, bare lot with its raw house sticking up from the raw earth like an act of sheer, inevitable, necessary madness because human beings have to live somewhere and in something and here is just as outrageous as there because in either place (in any place) it seems like an interruption, an intrusion on something that, no matter how many times she read in her Bible, Let them have dominion, seemed marred, dispelled, vanquished once people arrived with their catastrophic voices and saws and plows and began to sing and hammer and carve and erect. So the flowers were maybe a balm or, if not a balm, some sort of gesture signifying the balm she would apply were it in her power to offer redress. #Quote by Paul Harding
Bonestell Plows quotes by Eduardo Galeano
#8. Cuba," he said in his resounding defense plea, "continues to be a producer of raw materials. We exhort sugar to import candy, we export hides to import shoes, we export iron to import plows. #Quote by Eduardo Galeano
Bonestell Plows quotes by Parker J. Palmer
#9. Harrowing
The plow has savaged this sweet field
Misshapen clods of earth kicked up
Rocks and twisted roots exposed to view
Last year's growth demolished by the blade.
I have plowed my life this way
Turned over a whole history
Looking for the roots of what went wrong
Until my face is ravaged, furrowed, scared.
Enough. The job is done.
Whatever's been uprooted, let it be
Seedbed for the growing that's to come
I plowed to unearth last year's reasons
The farmer plows to plant a greening season. #Quote by Parker J. Palmer
Bonestell Plows quotes by Patricia D. Netzley
#10. Tool lists from the fourteenth century indicate that pitchforks, spades, axes, plows, and harrows, which have teeth to break up soil, were widely used. Both plows and harrows could be pushed or pulled by peasants. However, during the Renaissance an increasing number of farms used horses for such tasks, as well as for pulling carts that would take surplus food to market in nearby towns. #Quote by Patricia D. Netzley
Bonestell Plows quotes by Susan Ee
#11. You're a very special girl, Penryn. An amazing girl. An I-didn't-even-know-someone-like-you-existed kind of girl. And you deserve someone who treats you like you're the only important thing in his life because you are. Someone who plows his fields and raises pigs just for you. #Quote by Susan Ee
Bonestell Plows quotes by Criss Jami
#12. Every job from the heart is, ultimately, of equal value. The nurse injects the syringe; the writer slides the pen; the farmer plows the dirt; the comedian draws the laughter. Monetary income is the perfect deceiver of a man's true worth. #Quote by Criss Jami
Bonestell Plows quotes by Plato
#13. The one who learns and learns and doesn't practice is like the one who plows and plows and never plants. #Quote by Plato
Bonestell Plows quotes by George Chapman
#14. Give me a spirit that on this life's rough sea Loves t'have his sails filled with a lusty wind, Even till his sail-yards tremble, his masts crack, And his ship run on her side so low That she drinks water, and her keel plows air. #Quote by George Chapman
Bonestell Plows quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#15. What have I to do with plows? I cut another furrow than you see. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Bonestell Plows quotes by John Steinbeck
#16. The high gray-flannel fog of winter closed off the Salinas Valley from the sky and from all the rest of the world. On every side it sat like a lid on the mountains and made of the great valley a closed pot. On the broad, level land floor the gang plows bit deep and left the black earth shining like metal where the shares had cut. On the foothill ranches across the Salinas River, the yellow stubble fields seemed to be bathed in pale cold sunshine, but there was no sunshine in the valley now in December. The thick willow scrub along the river flamed with sharp and positive yellow leaves.
It was a time of quiet and of waiting. The air was cold and tender. A light wind blew up from the southwest so that the farmers were mildly hopeful of a good rain before long; but fog and rain did not go together. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Bonestell Plows quotes by Karen Blixen
#17. If I know a song of Africa, of the giraffe and the African new moon lying on her back, of the plows in the fields and the sweaty faces of the coffee pickers, does Africa know a song of me? Will the air over the plain quiver with a color that I have had on, or the children invent a game in which my name is, or the full moon throw a shadow over the gravel of the drive that was like me, or will the eagles of the Ngong Hills look out for me? #Quote by Karen Blixen
Bonestell Plows quotes by Joseph Prince
#18. Television, radio, social media. The 24/7 news cycle plows forward mercilessly on our desks, in our cars and in our pockets. Thousands and thousands of messages and voices bombard us from the moment we wake, fighting for our attention. All we see and hear, all day long, is news. And most of it is bad. #Quote by Joseph Prince
Bonestell Plows quotes by William Faulkner
#19. It was as if the boy had already divined what his senses and intellect had not encompassed yet: that doomed wilderness whose edges were being constantly and punily gnawed at by men with plows and axes who feared it because it was wilderness, men myriad and nameless even to one another in the land where the old bear had earned a name, and through which ran not even a mortal beast but an anachronism indomitable and invincible out of an old dead time, a phantom, epitome and apotheosis of the old wild life which the little puny humans swarmed and hacked at in fury of abhorrence and fear like pygmies about the ankles of a drowsing elephant;
the old bear, solitary, indomitable, and alone; widowered childless and absolved of mortality
old Priam reft of his old wife and outlived all his sons. #Quote by William Faulkner
Bonestell Plows quotes by David Foreman
#20. When a chainsaw rips into a 2,000 year old redwood tree, it's ripping into my guts. When a bulldozer plows through the Amazon rainforest, it's ripping through my side. And when a Japanese whaling ship fires an exploding harpoon into a great whale it's my heart that's being blown to smithereens. #Quote by David Foreman
Bonestell Plows quotes by Michele Cassou
#21. Chaos is the soul of creation. It plows the ground of intuition. Without chaos, nothing will grow. #Quote by Michele Cassou
Bonestell Plows quotes by Alfred Korzybski
#22. He who learns and learns and yet does not know what he knows, is one who plows and plows yet never sows. #Quote by Alfred Korzybski

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