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Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Chloe Thurlow
#1. If a woman is a work of art, the frame is just as important as the canvas. #Quote by Chloe Thurlow
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Anuj
#2. Never treat somebody's cleverness as his life's smartness. Cleverness is to hide the weakness and the smartness is to project the strength of his weakness. #Quote by Anuj
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Edwin M. Stanton
#3. The prisoners for better security against conversation shall have a canvas bag put over the head of each and tied around the neck, with a holes for proper breathing and eating, but not seeing. #Quote by Edwin M. Stanton
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#4. Life's fulfillment finds constant obstacles in its path; but those are necessary for the sake of its advance. The stream is saved from the sluggishness of its current by the perpetual opposition of the soil through which it must cut its way. The spirit of fight belongs to the genius of life. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by E.B. White
#5. We are such docile creatures, normally, that it takes a virus to jolt us out of life's routine. A couple of days in a fever bed are, in a sense, health-giving; the change in body temperature, the change in pulse , and the change of scene have a restorative effect on the system equal to the hell they raise. #Quote by E.B. White
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Will Schwalbe
#6. Reading and naps, two of life's greatest pleasures, go especially well together. #Quote by Will Schwalbe
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Leslie Vernick
#7. From Christ's perspective, success isn't measured by how much we do, how much we earn, or how much we have, but by how well we love and what kind of person we're becoming in the midst of life's activities. #Quote by Leslie Vernick
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Tom Yawkey
#8. Some men like to go in for polo, for example, and spend thousands of dollars on ponies. Some go nuts for paintings, and give half a million for a hunk of canvas in a fancy frame. But my passion is baseball. #Quote by Tom Yawkey
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Charles Dickens
#9. The same mistake presents itself to me, in one shape or other, at every turn,' said brother Charles. 'Parents who never showed their love, complain of want of natural affection in their children; children who never showed their duty, complain of want of natural feeling in their parents; law-makers who find both so miserable that their affections have never had enough of life's sun to develop them, are loud in their moralisings over parents and children too, and cry that the very ties of nature are disregarded. Natural affections and instincts, my dear sir, are the most beautiful of the Almighty's works, but like other beautiful works of His, they must be reared and fostered, or it is as natural that they should be wholly obscured, and that new feelings should usurp their place, as it is that the sweetest productions of the earth, left untended, should be choked with weeds and briers. I wish we could be brought to consider this, and remembering natural obligations a little more at the right time, talk about them a little less at the wrong one. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Maurice Blanchot
#10. Do not forgive. Forgiveness accuses before it forgives. By accusing, by stating the injury, it makes the wrong irredeemable. It carries the blow all the way to culpability. Thus, all becomes irrepairable; giving and forgiving cease to be possible.
For nothing saves innocence.
Forgive me for forgiving you.
The sole fault would be one of position: the one and only fault is to be "I,", for it is not identity that the Self in myself brings me. This self is merely a formal necessity: it simply serves to allow the infinite relation of Self to Other. Whence the temptation (the sole temptation) to become a subject again, instead of being exposed to subjectivity without any subject, the nudity of dying space.

I cannot forgive -- forgiveness comes from others -- but I cannot be forgiven either, if forgiveness is what calls the "I" into question and demands that I give myself, that I subject myself to the lack of subjectivity. And if forgiveness comes from others, it only comes; there is never any certitude that it can arrive, because in it there is nothing of the (sacramental) power to determine. It can only delay in the element of indecision. In The Trail, one might think that the death scene constitutes the pardon, the end of the interminable; but there is no end, since Kafka specifies that shame survives, which is to say, the infinite itself, a mockery of life as life's beyond. #Quote by Maurice Blanchot
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by K.R. Royal
#11. Poetry should make you feel good, life's already full of possibilities that make you feel bad. But, there's always the needed philosophical poem that puts you back into a reality that might not be so pleasant. #Quote by K.R. Royal
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Talia Carner
#12. As the room filled with tart, pleasant fumes Esther had never smelled before, her head became light with joy. These paints and and brushes and canvases were the tools real artists used. In the short hour left, inspired by Van Gogh, she chose a corner of the room as her subject and began to paint in tiny, furious brush strokes. To her amazement, yellow and blue combined into a vibrant green, red and blue turned a pulsating purple, and yellow and red mixed into a glowing orange. But beyond the colors, some new magic took over. Esther's eyes, clear as if the cumin had never blinded her, captured shapes and shadows and threw them on the canvas without effort, without thought. The urge to paint was a fountain that coursed through her, her fingers only a conduit to something so big it was hard to imagine her little heart contained it. Surely, this was the work of God. He must be guiding her hand. #Quote by Talia Carner
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Nikki Rowe
#13. There is a gift in experiencing so much tragedy of life from a young age, you gain the wisdom earlier to make better choices for later. #Quote by Nikki Rowe
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Michael Josephson
#14. Ordinary people, even weak people, can do extraordinary things through temporary courage generated by a situation. But the person of character does not need the situation to generate his courage. It is a part of his being and a standard approach to all life's challenges. #Quote by Michael Josephson
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Eleesha
#15. As we fulfill our life's journey & path - let us remain trusting of the inner guidance of our Soul. #Quote by Eleesha
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Romain Gary
#16. This was what he stood for: a world where there would be room enough even for such a mass of clumsy and cumbersome freedom. A margin of humanity, of tolerance, where some of life's beauty could take refuge. His eyes narrowed a little, and an ironic, bitter smile came to his lips. I know you all, he thought. Today you say that elephants are archaic and cumbersome, that they interfere with roads and
telegraph poles, and tomorrow you'll begin to say that human rights too are obsolete and cumbersome, that they interfere with progress, and the temptation will be so great to let them fall by the road and not to burden ourselves with that
extra load. And in the end man himself will become in your eyes a clumsy luxury, an archaic survival from the past, and you'll dispense with him too, and the only thing left will be total efficiency and universal slavery and man himself will disappear under the weight of his material achievement. He had learned that much behind the barbed wire of the forced labor camp: it was our education, a lesson be was not prepared to forget. #Quote by Romain Gary
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Henry Miller
#17. The artist is now giving a first coat of paint to that tautly stretched canvas which the scientist has been so busy stretching that he has forgotten the use he intended to put it to. #Quote by Henry Miller
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by MMBotha
#18. I've received a few free gifts - one is the gift of life and another the gift of choice - and so I choose to live my life positively, despite life's many ups and downs, having hope that tomorrow will always be better. #Quote by MMBotha
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Francesca Zappia
#19. Of course they're going to make fun of you. They're middle-school boys raised in a highly competitive, testosterone-fueled environment. That's how they psych each other up."

"And you know this how?"

"I watch the sportball on the television. Also I played peewee football when I was younger."

"You did play football!"

He laughs. "Yeah, when I was like a quarter the size I am now. They had me as a running back."

"I don't know what that means."

"It means I ran real fast."

"You? Move fast?"

"I know. One of life's great mysteries. #Quote by Francesca Zappia
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Alfred Lansing
#20. During the day enough light filtered through the canvas roofing so that the men could make their way about, but long before dusk the hut grew much too dark to see anything. Marston and Hurley experimented and found that, by filling a small container with blubber oil and draping pieces of surgical bandage over the edge as a wick, they could obtain a feeble flame by which a man might read if he were not more than a few feet away. By such methods they gradually eliminated one little misery after another. #Quote by Alfred Lansing
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by David Thewlis
#21. I feel like I'm in a film about a struggling artist who keeps getting up at all hours of the night to look at his big, blank empty canvas. And in a way I am. Except that i'm not struggling. I'm Hector Kipling. I might be getting up at all hours of the night to look at my big, blank, empty canvas, but I am not fucking struggling. #Quote by David Thewlis
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#22. So I take it you and Gansey get along, then?" Maura's expression was annoyingly knowing.
"Mom."
"Orla told me about his muscle car," Maura continued. Her voice was still angry and artificially bright. The fact that Blue was well aware that she'd earned it made the sting of it even worse. "You aren't planning on kissing him, are you?"
"Mom, that will never happen," Blue assured her. "You did meet him, didn't you?"
"I wasn't sure if driving an old, loud Camaro was the male equivalent of shredding your T-shirts and gluing cardboard trees to your bedroom walls."
"Trust me," Blue said. "Gansey and I are nothing like each other. And they aren't cardboard. They're repurposed canvas."
"The environment breathes a sigh of relief." Maura attempted another sip of her drink; wrinkling her nose, she shot a glare at Persephone. Persephone looked martyred. After a pause, Maura noted, in a slightly softer voice, "I'm not entirely happy about you're getting in a car without air bags."
"Our car doesn't have air bags," Blue pointed out.
Maura picked a long strand of Persephone's hair from the rim of her glass. "Yes, but you always take your bike."
Blue stood up. She suspected that the green fuzz of the sofa was now adhered to the back of her leggings. "Can I go now? Am I in trouble?"
"You are in trouble. I told you to stay away from him and you didn't," Maura said. "I just haven't decided what to do about it yet. My feelings are hurt. I've consul #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Anonymous
#23. I believe books are life's best gifts, as they allow us to venture into worlds we never thought existed. Giving us a chance to be someone different, giving us the chance to dawdle in the words - And feel free! #Quote by Anonymous
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Barbara Kingsolver
#24. Over the last decade our country has lost an average of 300 farms a week. Large or small, each of those was the lifes work of a real person or family, people who built their lives around a promise and watched it break. #Quote by Barbara Kingsolver
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#25. A series of disconcerting questions nibbles at hearts of troubled youths. These same unanswered questions, along with their acerbic toxins, reveal their pungent fumes more frequently and with greater intensity as a person rushes headfirst into life's concrete jungle. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Dave Eggers
#26. Our town was rigid in many ways, in terms of the uniformity of things, the colors of skin, the makes of cars, the lushness of the lawns, but on top of that it was sort of a blank canvas, so
and again, I guess this is true of any child
I was ready to quickly accept the sudden and total substitutions of all I knew to be true. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Sam Harris
#27. Is it possible to be happy before anything happens, before one's desires are gratified, in spite of life's difficulties, in the very midst of physical pain, old age, disease, and death? #Quote by Sam Harris
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Walter M. Miller Jr.
#28. The wild black scavengers of the skies laid their eggs in season and lovingly fed their young. They soared high over prairies and mountains and plains, searching for the fulfillment of that share of life's destiny which was theirs according to the plan of Nature. Their philosophers demonstrated by unaided 15 Animals reason alone that the Supreme Cathartes aura regnans had created the world especially for buzzards. They worshipped him with hearty appetites for many centuries. #Quote by Walter M. Miller Jr.
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Matthew Lesko
#29. We all have to stand by our life's work as the true test of what we have done for the world. #Quote by Matthew Lesko
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Ilona Andrews
#30. I snapped the crossbow into the top of the mount, took a canvas bundle from the cart, and unrolled it. Crossbow bolts, tipped with the Galahad warheads.
"This is my baby." I petted the stock.
"You have a strange relationship with your weapons," Roman said.
"You have no idea," Raphael told him.
"This from a man with a living staff and a man who once drove four hours both ways for a sword he then put on his wall," I murmured.
"It was an Angus Trim," Raphael said.
"It's a sharpened strip of metal."
"You have an Angus Trim sword?" Kate's eyes lit up.
"Bought it at an estate auction," Raphael said. "If we get out of this alive, you are invited to come to my house and play with it."
It was good that Curran wasn't here and I was secure in our relationship, because that totally could be taken the wrong way. #Quote by Ilona Andrews
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Victoria Michaels
#31. Wait. Like an art museum, or are we talking a history museum? I could tolerate the dinosaur bones and war relics, but modern art will just give me a headache. A red dot on a white canvas isn't 'a representation of a woman's struggle in a male dominated society;' it's a red freakin' circle!" Michael and Ryan nodded their heads in agreement with Jack's artistic tirade. #Quote by Victoria Michaels
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Tim Young
#32. One of life's greatest ironies is that we try so much to avoid the challenges and pitfalls, only to realize these are the very things which forge our character. #Quote by Tim Young
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Elizabeth Isaacs
#33. Nora, I believe life's like a good book. Time makes up the pages that will be your story. Every time your life changes, you start a new chapter. To me, there's nothing more depressing than someone getting to the end of their days and realizing they've only written one long, boring passage. #Quote by Elizabeth Isaacs
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Robin Hobb
#34. Amber emerged from behind the screen. But it was not Amber who stood before her. Instead, it was a smudge-faced slave girl. A tattoo sprawled across one wind-reddened cheek. A crusty sore encompassed half her upper lip and her left nostril. Her dirty hair was pulling free from a scruffy braid. Her shirt was rough cotton and her bare feet peeked out from under her patched skirts. A dirty bandage bound one of her ankles. Rough canvas work gloves had replaced the lacy ones Amber habitually wore. #Quote by Robin Hobb
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Ben Lerner
#35. I came to realize that far more important to me than any plot or conventional sense was the sheer directionality I felt while reading prose, the texture of time as it passed, life's white machine. #Quote by Ben Lerner
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Elie Wiesel
#36. Some of life's moments mark a break in consciousness; others give rise to streams of scintillating, philosophical ideas or astonishing works of art; still others, to important meeting or profound personal upheavals. #Quote by Elie Wiesel
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Summer Sanders
#37. Make sure that when you look at your plate, it's a beautiful blank canvas to start with, and you want lots of color on there. You want to make sure you have whole grains and protein. It should not be beige in color; it should be green and bright red, and orange and yellow. #Quote by Summer Sanders
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Wilhelm Reich
#38. Honest pioneer work in the field of science has always been, and will continue to be, life's pilot. On all sides, life is surrounded by hostility. This puts us under an obligation. #Quote by Wilhelm Reich
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Amy Leigh Mercree
#39. Delight yourself with imagination and artistry and be inspired by life's beauty. #Quote by Amy Leigh Mercree
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Dan Brown
#40. The laws of physics are the canvas God laid down on which to paint his masterpiece. Vittoria #Quote by Dan Brown
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Jon Kabat-Zinn
#41. It is not that mindfulness is the "answer" to all life's problems. Rather, it is that all life's problems can be seen more clearly through the lens of a clear mind. #Quote by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Natsume Sōseki
#42. Yes, a poem, a painting, can draw the sting of troubles from a troubled world and lay in its place a blessed realm before our grateful eyes. Music and sculpture will do likewise. Yet strictly speaking, in fact, there is no need to present this world in art. You have only to conjure the world up before you, and there you will find a living poem, a fount of song. No need to commit your thoughts to paper - the heart will already sing with a sweet inner euphony. No need to stand before your easel and limn with brush and paint - the world's vast array of forms and colors already sparkles within the inner eye. It is enough simply to be able thus to view the place we live, and to garner with the camera of the sentient heart these pure, limpid images from the midst of our sullied world. And so even if no verse ever emerges from the mute poet, even if the painter never sets brush to canvas, he is happier than the wealthiest of men, happier than any strong-armed emperor or pampered child of this vulgar world of ours - for he can view human life with an artist's eye; he is released from the world's illusory sufferings; he is able to come and go at ease in a realm of transcendent purity, to construct a unique universe of art, and thereby to destroy the binding fetters of self-interest and desire. #Quote by Natsume Sōseki
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Paul Cezanne
#43. I advance all of my canvas at one time. #Quote by Paul Cezanne
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Diane Ackerman
#44. That evening, as I watched the sunset's pinwheels of apricot and mauve slowly explode into red ribbons, I thought: The sensory misers will inherit the earth, but first they will make it not worth living on. When you consider something like death, after which (there being no news flash to the contrary) we may well go out like a candle flame, then it probably doesn't matter if we try too hard, are awkward sometimes, care for one another too deeply, are excessively curious about nature, are too open to experience, enjoy a nonstop expense of the senses in an effort to know life intimately and lovingly. It probably doesn't matter if, while trying to be modest and eager watchers of life's many spectacles, we sometimes look clumsy or get dirty or ask stupid questions or reveal our ignorance or say the wrong thing or light up with wonder like the children we all are. It probably doesn't matter if a passerby sees us dipping a finger into the moist pouches of dozens of lady's slippers to find out what bugs tend to fall into them, and thinks us a bit eccentric. Or a neighbor, fetching her mail, sees us standing in the cold with our own letters in one hand and a seismically red autumn leaf in the other its color hitting our sense like a blow from a stun gun, as we stand with a huge grin, too paralyzed by the intricately veined gaudiness of the leaf to move. #Quote by Diane Ackerman
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Sorin Cerin
#45. What grain of dust can be easier carried by your life's emptiness wind than the knowledge? #Quote by Sorin Cerin
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Robert Breault
#46. Parenting is a stage of life's journey where the milestones come about every fifty feet. #Quote by Robert Breault
Canvas Of Lifes quotes by Mia Sheridan
#47. We laughed and something inside me clicked into place. It was as if the mix of colors on the canvas was finally perfect for the picture I wanted so desperately to create. #Quote by Mia Sheridan

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