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Contains quotes by Sebastian Barry
#1. The real comfort is that the history of the world contains so much grief that my small griefs are edged out, and are only cinders at the borders of the fire. I am saying this again because I want it to be true. #Quote by Sebastian Barry
Contains quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#2. A great ring of pure & endless light
Dazzles the darkness in my heart
And breaks apart the dusky clouds of night.
The end of all is hinted in the start.
When we are born we bear the seeds of blight;
Around us life & death are torn apart,
Yet a great ring of pure and endless light
Dazzles the darkness in my heart.
It lights the world to my delight.
Infinity is present in each part.
A loving smile contains all art.
The motes of starlight spark & dart.
A grain of sand holds power & might.
Infinity is present in each part,
And a great ring of pure and endless light
Dazzles the darkness in my heart. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
Contains quotes by Gloria Reuben
#3. How can we teach our children to be responsible beyond themselves and care for other human beings' welfare and for the welfare of the planet and all that it contains? It's a difficult lesson to convey, when, more than 20 years after the Exxon Valdez disaster, Prince William Sound is still experiencing the damaging effects. #Quote by Gloria Reuben
Contains quotes by Hart Crane
#4. The fact that The Bridge contains folk lore and other material suitable to the epic form need not therefore prove its failure as a long lyric poem, with interrelated sections. #Quote by Hart Crane
Contains quotes by George MacDonald
#5. Under Janet, Gibbie was saved the thousand agonies that befall the conscientious disciple, from the forcing upon him, as the thoughts and will of the eternal Father of our spirits, of the ill expressed and worse understood experiences, the crude conjectures, the vulgar imaginations of would-be teachers of the multitude. Containing truth enough to save those of sufficiently low development to receive such teaching without disgust, it contains falsehood enough, but for the Spirit of God, to ruin all nobler - I mean all childlike natures, utterly; and many such it has gone far to ruin, driving them even to a madness in which they have died. Jesus alone knows the Father, and can reveal him. Janet studied only Jesus, and as a man knows his friend, so she, only infinitely better, knew her more than friend - her Lord and her God. Do #Quote by George MacDonald
Contains quotes by Drew Gerald
#6. Om is said to be a four-syllable word in Sanskrit, originally as AUM. A, the waking state. U, the dream state. M, the unconscious state. And the fourth, the silence that surrounds it - wherefrom everything arises and whereto everything inevitably returns.

It is the silence that surrounds om that contains everything. It is the silence in your own life that contains and gives birth to everything you have, and everything you will ever need.

It is this same silence we avoid, overlook, and disregard as nothing. The white space of life we abhor. We fill our lives with noise, drama, screens, people, and "stuff" to avoid the void that reminds us of our truth - that beyond flesh that once was not, and will inescapably become not, we are eternal. #Quote by Drew Gerald
Contains quotes by Marvin Perry
#7. The New Testament was not written by historians with the critical spirit of a Thucydides or a Polybius, but by men moved by the fervor of faith. Under these circumstances, it is understandable that it contains discrepancies, some non historical legends, and polemics. #Quote by Marvin Perry
Contains quotes by Rachel Hawkins
#8. Mrs. Casnoff made me write a statement to the Council a few weeks after it happened. Everything's in there."
"I read that. And neither I,nor the rest of the Council, believe it contains the entire truth."
I made a sound that I'd like to say was a cry of indignant, but it was actually closer to a bleat. Probably because Dad was right: that stupid statement didn't even begin to touch the whole truth.
"Your entanglement with Archer Cross-"
"We were never entangled," I spluttered. #Quote by Rachel Hawkins
Contains quotes by Hank Green
#9. Your cruelties and mistakes may look damning to you, but that is not what I see. Every human conversation is more elegant and complex than the entire solar system that contains it. You have no idea how marvelous you are, but I am not only here to protect what you are now, I am here to protect what you will become. I can't tell you what that might be because I don't know. That unknown is a diamond in a universe of dirt. Uncertainty. Unpredictability. It is when you turn your emotions into art. It is BTS and the Sistine Chapel and Rumi's poetry and Ross Geller on the stairs yelling, 'Pivot.' Every creation great and small, they are our diamonds. And what you may be in two hundred years, we can guess with fair accuracy. What you are in two thousand . . . Oh, my friends . . . my best friends, you cannot know. #Quote by Hank Green
Contains quotes by Alfred Brendel
#10. The word 'listen' contains the same letters as the word 'silent.' #Quote by Alfred Brendel
Contains quotes by David Mitchell
#11. This world, he thinks, contains just one masterpiece, and that is itself. #Quote by David Mitchell
Contains quotes by Steven Pinker
#12. The cognitive difference between believing that a proposition is true (which requires no work beyond understanding it) and believing that it is false (which requires adding and remembering a mental tag) has enormous implications for a writer. The most obvious is that a negative statement such as The king is not dead is harder on the reader than an affirmative one like The king is alive.20 Every negation requires mental homework, and when a sentence contains many of them the reader can be overwhelmed. Even worse, a sentence can have more negations than you think it does. #Quote by Steven Pinker
Contains quotes by Simon Singh
#13. This special was followed one month later by "Bart the Genius." This was the first genuine episode of The Simpsons , inasmuch as it premiered the famous trademark opening sequence and included the debut of Bart's notorious catchphrase "Eat my shorts." Most noteworthy of all, "Bart the Genius" contains a serious dose of mathematics. In many ways, this episode set the tone for what was to follow over the next two decades, namely a relentless series of numerical references and nods to geometry that would earn The Simpsons a special place in the hearts of mathematicians. #Quote by Simon Singh
Contains quotes by Marc Goodman
#14. Shockingly, the Deep Web is a massive five hundred times larger than the surface Web you use and search every day. While the Deep Web contains seventy-five hundred terabytes of information, the Googleable universe contains a paltry nineteen terabytes. According to a study published in Nature, Google captures no more than 16 percent of the surface Web and misses all of the Deep Web. As a result, when you search Google, you are only seeing 0.03 percent (one in three thousand pages) of the information that actually exists and would be available online #Quote by Marc Goodman
Contains quotes by Wallace D. Wattles
#15. This must be your point of view: that the world and all it contains is perfect, though not completed. #Quote by Wallace D. Wattles
Contains quotes by Marcus Samuelsson
#16. The darker the chocolate is, the more antioxidants it contains. So when eaten in moderation - just a few bites from a well-made dark chocolate bar, for instance - there's no need to feel bad about indulging once in a while. #Quote by Marcus Samuelsson
Contains quotes by Yuri Manin
#17. Of the properties of mathematics, as a language, the most peculiar one is that by playing formal games with an input mathematical text, one can get an output text which seemingly carries new knowledge. The basic examples are furnished by scientific or technological calculations: general laws plus initial conditions produce predictions, often only after time-consuming and computer-aided work. One can say that the input contains an implicit knowledge which is thereby made explicit. #Quote by Yuri Manin
Contains quotes by Brigham Young
#18. Now, there is no harm in a teapot, even if it contains tea, if it is let alone. #Quote by Brigham Young
Contains quotes by Maxine Waters
#19. The president has put in place an organization that contains a kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life that's going to be very, very powerful... And that database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that it's never been done before. He's been very smart," Waters said of Obama. "I mean it's very powerful what he's leaving in place. #Quote by Maxine Waters
Contains quotes by Catherynne M Valente
#20. When a book lies unopened it might contain anything in the world, anything imaginable. It therefore, in that pregnant moment before opening, contains everything. Every possibility, both perfect and putrid. Surely such mysteries are the most enticing things ... grant[ed] us in this mortal mere ... Unknown and therefore infinite. #Quote by Catherynne M Valente
Contains quotes by Stephen Hawking
#21. A proton or neutron is made up of three quarks, one of each color. A proton contains two up quarks and one down quark; a neutron contains two down and one up. #Quote by Stephen Hawking
Contains quotes by Karl Popper
#22. Every discovery contains an irrational element or a creative intuition. #Quote by Karl Popper
Contains quotes by Eve Ensler
#23. That we find freedom, aliveness and power not from what contains, locates, or protects us but from what dissolves, reveals and expands us. #Quote by Eve Ensler
Contains quotes by Adam Tooze
#24. The Third Reich made it its mission to use the authority of the state to coordinate efforts within industry to devise standardized and simplified versions of key consumer commodities. These would then be produced at the lowest possible price, enabling the German population to achieve an immediate breakthrough to a higher standard of living. The epithet which was generally attached to these products was Volk: the Volksempfaenger (radio), Volkswohnung (apartments), Volkswagen, Volkskuehlschrank (refrigerator), Volkstraktor (tractor).34 This list contains only those products that enjoyed the official backing of one or more agencies in the Third Reich. Private producers, however, had long appreciated that the term 'Volk' had good marketing potential, and they, too, joined the bandwagon. Amongst the various products they touted were Volks-gramophone (people's gramophone), Volksmotorraeder (people's motorbikes) and Volksnaehmaschinen (people's sewing machines). In fact, by 1933 the use of the term 'Volk' had become so inflationary that the newly established German advertising council was forced to ban the unlicensed use of the term. #Quote by Adam Tooze
Contains quotes by Samuel Johnson
#25. ANKER (A'NKER) n.s.[ancker, Dut.] A liquid measure chiefly used at Amsterdam. It is the fourth part of the awm, and contains two stekans: each stekan consists of sixteen mengles; the mengle being equal #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Contains quotes by Jay Inslee
#26. The 1st Congressional District contains almost half of the biotech and biomedical companies in Washington, and my job often allows me to meet the people responsible for this exciting research. #Quote by Jay Inslee
Contains quotes by Umberto Eco
#27. The good of a book lies in its being read. A book is made up of signs that speak of other signs, which in turn speak of things. Without an eye to read them, a book contains signs that produces no concept; therefore, it is dumb. #Quote by Umberto Eco
Contains quotes by Matthew Woodring Stover
#28. We can each sit and wait to die, from the very day of our births. Those of us who do not do so, choose to ask
and to answer
the two questions that define every conscious creature: What do I want? and What will I do to get it? Which are, finally, only one question: What is my will? Caine teaches us that the answer is always found within our own experience; our lives provide the structure of the question, and a properly phrased question contains its own answer #Quote by Matthew Woodring Stover
Contains quotes by Elmar Hussein
#29. İt is not true that the more you read, the more intelligent you become. Without thinking you cannot be intelligent. You need to think in order to avoid ready-form answers, which can satisfy the inquisitive mind, but cannot give a clear insight into anything, making the brain only some kind of container of various information similar to the microchip of robot or computer. You would become a social robot whose brain contains various information but cannot think. That is why most men know a lot, but learn nothing from that knowledge. Most men know a lot, but can understand nothing on the base of that knowledge. However, it is not also true that the more you think, the more intelligent you become. Without reading you cannot be intelligent. You need to read, especially scientific literature, in order to model any problem which fascinates your mind in a proper and clear way. There cannot be vacuum in the human mind, if there is no scientific rationality there, then mystical irrationality would cover the whole space in your mind. There is no need to emphasize that being under the strong influence of mystical irrationality would confuse your mind more and more. But if scientific rationality appears, mystical irrationality disappears immediately. #Quote by Elmar Hussein
Contains quotes by Leon Krier
#30. The rigidity of a bottle's form does not affect the fluidity of the liquid it contains. #Quote by Leon Krier
Contains quotes by Victor Pelevin
#31. There's a scientific hypothesis that every person's name is a primary suggestive command that contains the entire script of their life in highly concentrated form ... According to this point of view, there is only a limited number of names, because society only needs a limited number of human types. Just a few models of worker and warrior ants, if I could put it like that. And everybody's psyche is preprogrammed at a basic level by the associative semantic fields that their first name and surname activate. #Quote by Victor Pelevin
Contains quotes by Herbert Marcuse
#32. The soul contains few secrets and longings which cannot be sensibly discussed, analyzed, and polled. Solitude, the very condition which sustained the individual against and beyond his society, has become technically impossible. Logical and linguistic analysis demonstrate that the old metaphysical problems are illusory problems; the quest for the "meaning" of things can be reformulated as the quest for the meaning of words, and the established universe of discourse and behavior can provide perfectly adequate criteria for the answer. #Quote by Herbert Marcuse
Contains quotes by Steve McIntyre
#33. The data set of proxies of past climate used in Mann ... for the estimation of temperature from 1400 to 1980 contains collation errors, unjustifiable truncation or extrapolation of source data, obsolete data, geographical location errors, incorrect calculation of principal components and other quality control defects. #Quote by Steve McIntyre
Contains quotes by Phill Jupitus
#34. Mab Jones' poetry is suffused with a cool wit and a wisdom beyond her years. She is a superb performance poet in the tradition of Joolz Denby and Pam Ayres and, like them, her work is beautifully layered and contains bittersweet depths. #Quote by Phill Jupitus
Contains quotes by Fernando Pessoa
#35. I'm handed faith like a sealed package on a strange-looking platter and am expected to accept it without opening it. I'm handed science, like a knife on a plate, to cut the folios of a book whose pages are blank. I'm handed doubt, like dust inside a box
but why give me a box if all it contains is dust? #Quote by Fernando Pessoa
Contains quotes by Miguel Ruiz
#36. One day, as he slept in a cave, he dreamed that he saw his own body sleeping. He came out of the cave on the night of a new moon. The sky was clear, and he could see millions of stars. Then something happened inside of him that transformed his life forever. He looked at his hands, he felt his body, and he heard his own voice say. "I am made of light, I am made of stars."
He looked at the stars again, and he realized that it's not the stars that create the light, but rather the light that creates the stars. "Everything is made of light," he said, "and the space in-between isn't empty." And he knew that everything that exists is one living being, and that light is the messenger of life, because it is alive and contains all information. (xvi) #Quote by Miguel Ruiz
Contains quotes by Pankaj Mishra
#37. I think excessive rationality can be very dangerous. Certainly the kind of rationality we've seen in the last hundred years, and still see on a daily basis when Madeleine Albright says that it's all right, we have to live with the idea of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children dying because it contains Saddam Hussein. #Quote by Pankaj Mishra
Contains quotes by Ned Vizzini
#38. Adolescence is the most Technicolor time in our lives. It's the time when adulthood is new and we care most about it. It contains the highs and lows that excite me as a writer. #Quote by Ned Vizzini
Contains quotes by Kevin DeYoung
#39. Our teachers, our friends, our science, our studies, even our eyes can deceive us. But the word of God is entirely true and always true: God's word is firmly fixed in the heavens (v. 89); it doesn't change. There is no limit to its perfection (v. 96); it contains nothing corrupt. All God's righteous rules endure forever (v. 160); they never get old and never wear out. #Quote by Kevin DeYoung
Contains quotes by RaeAnne Thayne
#40. I needed the reminder that I'm still alive and the world still contains magic and wonder, like Christmas trees and kisses from beautiful women. #Quote by RaeAnne Thayne
Contains quotes by J.Z. Colby
#41. Personal power is the ability to stand on your own two feet with a smile on your face in the middle of a universe that contains a million ways to crush you. #Quote by J.Z. Colby
Contains quotes by Brian Josh
#42. The world we know today contains a lot of hidden secrets. Secrets, which even science is still not able to find out. Secrets, which if unveiled could be disastrous for the whole world. #Quote by Brian Josh
Contains quotes by Chogyam Trungpa
#43. Whether we eat, sleep, work, play, whatever we do life contains dissatisfaction, pain. If we enjoy pleasure, we are afraid to lose it; we strive for more and more pleasure or try to contain it. If we suffer pain we want to escape it. We experience dissatisfaction all the time. All activities contain dissatisfaction or pain, continuously. #Quote by Chogyam Trungpa
Contains quotes by Thomas Dekker
#44. To awaken each morning with a smile brightening my face; to greet the day with reverence for the opportunities it contains; to approach my work with a clean mind; to hold ever before me, even in the doing of little things, the Ultimate Purpose toward which I am working; to meet men and women with laughter on my lips and love in my heart; to be gentle, kind, and courteous through all the hours; to approach the night with weariness that ever woos sleep and the joy that comes from work well done
this is how I desire to waste wisely my days. #Quote by Thomas Dekker
Contains quotes by John Nichol
#45. The rare derpicus man is know to live near the himalayas, in a cave made purely of dead weevils. His native tounge is unknown, but what I've translated contains a grat amount of the words, "pootis, derp, poop, and nnnnyyyyaaaaannnn! #Quote by John Nichol
Contains quotes by Maimonides
#46. It is well known among physicians that the best of the nourishing foods is the one that the Moslem religion forbids, i.e., Wine. It contains much good and light nourishment. It is rapidly digested and helps to digest other foods. #Quote by Maimonides
Contains quotes by William James
#47. If you say that this is absurd, that we cannot be in love with everyone at once, I merely point out to you that, as a matter of fact, certain persons do exist with an enormous capacity for friendship and for taking delight in other people's lives; and that such person know more of truth than if their hearts were not so big. The vice of ordinary Jack and Jill affection is not its intensity, but its exclusions and its jealousies. Leave those out, and you see that the ideal I am holding up before you, however impracticable to-day, yet contains nothing intrinsically absurd. #Quote by William James
Contains quotes by Walter Lippmann
#48. The world is a better place to live in because it contains human beings who will give up ease and security in order to do what they themselves think worth doing. They do the useless, brave, noble, divinely foolish, and the very wisest things that are done by Man. And what they prove to themselves and to others is that Man is no mere creature of his habits, no automaton in his routine, but that in the dust of which he is made there is also fire, lighted now and then by great winds from the sky. #Quote by Walter Lippmann
Contains quotes by Frank Wilczek
#49. Recapitulation

At the beginning of this chapter, I advertised key properties of the Grid, that ur-stuff that underlies physical reality:

The grid fills space and time.

Every fragment of Grid-each space-time element-has the same basic properties as every other fragment.

The Grid is alive with quantum activity. Quantum activity has special characteristics. It is spontaneous and unpredictable. And to observe quantum activity, you must disturb it.

The Grid also contains enduring , material components. The cosmos is a multilayered, multicolored superconductor.

The Grid contains a metric field that gives space-time rigidity and causes gravity.

The Grid weighs, with a universal density. #Quote by Frank Wilczek
Contains quotes by San Juan De La Cruz
#50. For one single affection remaining in the soul, or any one matter to which the mind clings either habitually or actually, is sufficient to prevent all perception and all communication of the tender and interior sweetness of the spirit of love, which contains within itself all sweetness supremely. #Quote by San Juan De La Cruz
Contains quotes by George Orwell
#51. A word contains its opposite in itself. Take "good", for instance. If you have a word like "good", what need is there for a word like "bad"? "Ungood" will do just as well - better, because it's an exact opposite, which the other is not. Or again, if you want a stronger version of "good", what sense is there in having a whole string of vague useless words like "excellent" and "splendid" and all the rest of them? "Plusgood" covers the meaning; or "doubleplusgood" if you want something stronger still. #Quote by George Orwell
Contains quotes by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
#52. It must never be forgotten that for non-modern man - whether he be ancient or contemporary - the very stuff of the Universe has a sacred aspect. The cosmos speaks to man and all of its phenomena contain meaning. They are symbols of a higher degree of reality which the cosmic domain at once veils and reveals. The very structure of the cosmos contains a spiritual message for man and is thereby a revelation coming from the same source as religion itself. Both are the manifestations of the Universal Intellect, the Logos, and the cosmos itself is an integral part of that total Universe of meaning in which man lives and dies. #Quote by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Contains quotes by Lee Siegel
#53. The counterculture had sought to practice the idea that creative personal expression was the essence of an authentic existence. The WELL, drawing strength from the Internet culture's belief that the market contains all values, put personal expression up for sale. #Quote by Lee Siegel
Contains quotes by Stephen Smale
#54. An announcement of [Christopher] Zeeman's lecture at Northwestern University in the spring of 1977 contains a quote describing catastrophe theory as the most important development in mathematics since the invention of calculus 300 years ago. #Quote by Stephen Smale
Contains quotes by Louise Nevelson
#55. "But when I fell in love with black, it contained all color. It wasn't a negation of color. It was an acceptance. Because black encompasses all colors. Black is the most aristocratic color of all ... You can be quiet and it contains the whole thing."
Happy birthday to Louise Nevelson (1899-1988)! #Quote by Louise Nevelson
Contains quotes by Kate McGahan
#56. The heart holds all the knowledge of the universe. Most people barely scratch the surface of what the heart contains. They don't get out of their overanxious minds. They don't realize that the entire universe resides in the heart and that is where Everything is waiting. #Quote by Kate McGahan
Contains quotes by Haruki Murakami
#57. I think of human existence as being like a two-story house. On the first floor people gather together to take their meals, watch television, and talk. The second floor contains private chambers, bedrooms where people go to read books, listen to music by themselves, and so on. Then there is a basement;
this is a special place, and there are a number of things stored here. We don't use this room much in our daily life, but sometimes we come in, vaguely hang around the place. Then, my thought is that underneath that basement room is yet another basement room. This one has a very special door, very difficult to figure out, and normally you can't get in there - some people never get in at all. . . . You go in, wander about in the darkness, and experience things there you wouldn't see in the normal parts of the house. You connect with your past there, because you have entered into your own soul. But then you come back. If you stay over there for long you can never get back to reality. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Contains quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#58. In life, the passage from one second to another is always critical because every second contains infinite possibilities that can change or end your life in every way possible! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Contains quotes by Frithjof Schuon
#59. Hinduism - a spiritual world
That contains everything, and shimmers in all colors;
It offers us Vedanta, the doctrine of the great Shankara:
And also gods without number,
In whose cult our heart has no interest.

Islam wants first and foremost to be Unity,
And life-wisdom. It also knows the wine
Of the heart, that turns the soul inwards.
Islam is revelation's last sanctuary.

In whichever language one honors truth:
God is reality - the world is appearance. #Quote by Frithjof Schuon
Contains quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#60. You do believe it,' he said. 'You do believe everything. We all believe everything, even when we deny everything. The denyers believe. The unbelievers believe. Don't you feel in your heart that these contradictions do not really contradict: that there is a cosmos that contains them all? The soul goes round upon a wheel of stars and all things return; perhaps Strake and I have striven in many shapes, beast against beast and bird against bird, and perhaps we shall strive for ever. But since we seek and need each other, even that eternal hatred is an eternal love. Good and evil go round in a wheel that is one thing and not many. Do you not realize in your heart, do you not believe behind all your beliefs, that there is but one reality and we are its shadows; and that all things are but aspects of one thing: a centre where men melt into Man and Man into God?'
'No,' said Father Brown. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Contains quotes by Albert Schweitzer
#61. Because I have confidence in the power of truth and in the spirit, I believe in the future of mankind. Affirmation of the world and of life contains within itself an optimistic willing and hoping which can never be lost. It is, therefore, never afraid to face the dismal reality and to see it as it really is. #Quote by Albert Schweitzer
Contains quotes by Isak Dinesen
#62. Life and death are like two locked caskets, each of which contains the key to the other. #Quote by Isak Dinesen
Contains quotes by Wayne Grudem
#63. The sufficiency of Scripture means that Scripture contained all the words of God he intended his people to have at each stage of redemptive history, and that it now contains all the words of God we need for salvation, for trusting him perfectly, and for obeying him perfectly. #Quote by Wayne Grudem
Contains quotes by Louis De Wohl
#64. Gregor flushed as he went on: "The entire content of the Confesions could be put into one single sentence in the book: when Augustine addresses God, saying: 'Thou hast made us for Thyself and our heart is unquiet until it rests in Thee.' This sentence, my lords and friends, is immortal. It contains the very heart of religion. #Quote by Louis De Wohl
Contains quotes by David Bentley Hart
#65. I do not mean that there is anything intellectually contemptible in being formally "godless"
that is, in rejecting all religious dogmas and in refusing to believe in the God those dogmas describe.
One might very well conclude, for instance, that the world contains far too much misery for the pious idea of a good, loving, and just God to be taken very seriously, and that any alleged creator of the universe in which children suffer and die hardly deserves our devotion.
It is an affective
not a strictly logical
position to hold, but it is an intelligible one, with a certain sublime moral purity to it; I myself find it deeply compelling; and it is entirely up to each person to judge whether he or she finds any particular religion's answer to the "problem of evil" either adequate or credible. #Quote by David Bentley Hart
Contains quotes by Rainer Maria Rilke
#66. The longer i live, the more urgent it seems to me to endure and transcribe the whole dictation of existence up to its end, for it might just be the case that only the very last sentence contains that small and possibly inconspicuous word through which everything we had struggled to learn and everything we had failed to understand will be transformed into magnificent sense. #Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke
Contains quotes by Catherynne M Valente
#67. Funny how "question" contains the word "quest" inside it, as though any small question asked is a journey through briars. #Quote by Catherynne M Valente
Contains quotes by K.A. Mitchell
#68. Warning: Contains old friends, old enemies, a dramatic cat rescue, soft drink references and a lot of teasing before the steamy sex. Readers are cautioned against drinking any beverage while reading to avoid accidental snorting or spraying of said beverages. #Quote by K.A. Mitchell
Contains quotes by David Mitchell
#69. I wonder what happened to him, I wonder what happened to all of them, this wondering is the nature of matter, each of us a loose particle, an infinity of paths through the park, probable ones, improbable ones, none of them real until observed whatever real means, and for something so solid matter contains terrible, terrible, terrible expanses of nothing, nothing, nothing ... #Quote by David Mitchell
Contains quotes by Fritz Ridenour
#70. The Old Testament contains over 300 references to the Messiah that were fulfilled in Jesus Christ. Computations using the science of probability on just 8 of these prophecies show the chance that someone could have fulfilled all 8 prophecies is 10 (to the 17th power), or 1 in 100 quadrillion. #Quote by Fritz Ridenour
Contains quotes by Heinrich Heine
#71. I take pride in never being rude to anyone on this earth, which contains a great number of unbearable villains who set upon you to recount their sufferings and even recite their poems. #Quote by Heinrich Heine
Contains quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#72. Intelligence is not knowledge. If you could read all the books in the world it would not give you intelligence. Intelligence is something very subtle; it has no anchorage. It comes into being only when you understand the total process of the mind - not the mind according to some philosopher or teacher, but your own mind. Your mind is the result of all humanity, and when you understand it you don't have to study a single book, because the mind contains the whole knowledge of the past. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Contains quotes by Mason Cooley
#73. Every declaration of love contains an unstated list of exceptions and demands. #Quote by Mason Cooley
Contains quotes by Marcel Proust
#74. As for me, I feel myself living and thinking in a room where everything is the creation and the language of lives profoundly different from mine, of a taste opposite to mine, where I find nothing of my conscious thought, where my imagination is excited by feeling itself plunged into the depths of the non-ego; I feel happy only when setting foot - on the Avenue de la Gare, on the Port, or on the Place de l'Eglise - in one of those provincial hotels with cold, long corridors where the wind from outside contends successfully with the efforts of the heating system, where the detailed geographic map of the district is still the sole ornament on the walls, where each noise helps only to make the silence appear by displacing it, where the rooms keep a musty perfume which the open air comes to wash, but does not eliminate, and which the nostrils inhale a hundred times in order to bring it to the imagination, which is enchanted with it, which has it pose like a model to try to recreate it with all the thoughts and remembrances that it contains... #Quote by Marcel Proust
Contains quotes by Andrew S. Grove
#75. Business success contains the seeds of its destruction. #Quote by Andrew S. Grove
Contains quotes by John Green
#76. I don't think we should see the world of books as fundamentally separate from the world of the Internet. Yes, the Internet contains a lot of videos of squirrels riding skateboards, but it can also be a place that facilitates big conversations about books. #Quote by John Green
Contains quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#77. The modern writers who have suggested, in a more or less open manner, that the family is a bad institution, have generally confined themselves to suggesting, with much sharpness, bitterness, or pathos, that perhaps the family is not always very congenial. Of course the family is a good institution because it is uncongenial. It is wholesome precisely because it contains so many divergencies and varieties. It is, as the sentimentalists say, like a little kingdom, and, like most other little kingdoms, is generally in a state of something resembling anarchy. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Contains quotes by Blake Crouch
#78. When every memory contains a universe, what does simple even mean? #Quote by Blake Crouch
Contains quotes by Iain Pears
#79. An in experienced traveler would imagine that their land contains the finest buildings, the biggest towns, the richest, best-fed, happiest people in the world. #Quote by Iain Pears
Contains quotes by John Kador
#80. An effective apology contains within it the answer to the question, "How am I to be held accountable?" #Quote by John Kador
Contains quotes by Alister E. McGrath
#81. Our present world contains clues ... to another world-a world which we can begin to experience now, but will only know in all its fullness at the end of things. #Quote by Alister E. McGrath
Contains quotes by Ramit Sethi
#82. Every failure contains valuable data that will point you in the right direction. #Quote by Ramit Sethi
Contains quotes by Alan Lightman
#83. When the first mechanical clocks were invented, marking off time in crisp, regular intervals, it must have surprised people to discover that time flowed outside their own mental and physiological processes. Body time flows at its own variable rate, oblivious to the most precise hydrogen master clocks in the laboratory. In fact, the human body contains its own exquisite time-pieces, all with their separate rhythms. There are the alpha waves in the brain; another clock is the heart. And all the while tick the mysterious, ruthless clocks that regulate aging. #Quote by Alan Lightman
Contains quotes by Miriam Stoppard
#84. A teaspoonful of semen contains the same amount of protein as the white of one egg. However, the consumption of semen can be much more fun. #Quote by Miriam Stoppard
Contains quotes by Sidonie Gabrielle Colette
#85. Among all the modernized aspects of the most luxurious of industries, the model, a vestige of voluptuous barbarianism, is like some plunder-laden prey. She is the object of unbridled regard, a living bait, the passive realization of an ideal. No other female occupation contains such potent impulses to moral disintegration as this one, applying as it does the outward signs of riches to a poor and beautiful girl. #Quote by Sidonie Gabrielle Colette
Contains quotes by Albert Einstein
#86. Astrology is a science in itself and contains an illuminating body of knowledge. It taught me many things and I am greatly indebted to it. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Contains quotes by Andrew Johnson
#87. The sovereignty of the States is the language of the Confederacy and not the language of the Constitution. The latter contains the emphatic words. This Constitution and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof and all treaties made or which shall be made under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land and the judges in every State shall be bound thereby, anything in the constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding #Quote by Andrew Johnson
Contains quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
#88. Jealousy contains more of self-love than of love. #Quote by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Contains quotes by Alfred Brendel
#89. Art gives a sense of order, life is basically chaotic, and there's a tension between them. A sense of order comes from chaos and contains a bit of it, but it's the sense of order that is important in a work of art ... #Quote by Alfred Brendel
Contains quotes by Mary E. Martin
#90. Introducing a great artist, Alexander Wainwright in THe Fate of Pryde.

In his landscapes, Alex expresses the totality of everything in the universe. At the same time, within each leaf, each drop of water or human hair, he conveys a light or glow, which seems to come - how shall I put this - from another dimension. And each brushstroke contains every ounce of his own life and vitality.

From The Fate of Pryde, the second in The Trilogy of Remembrance.

Enter the giveaway to win one of ten personalized, autographed copies of this novel starting July 31st to August 31st. You can sample the first fifty pages of it at my page. #Quote by Mary E. Martin
Contains quotes by Adele Faber
#91. Take two kids in competition for their parents' love and attention. Add to that the envy that one child feels for the accomplishments of the other; the resentment that each child feels for the privileges of the other; the personal frustrations that they don't dare let out on anyone else but a brother or sister, and it's not hard to understand why in families across the land, the sibling relationship contains enough emotional dynamite to set off rounds of daily explosions. #Quote by Adele Faber
Contains quotes by Bryant McGill
#92. There is no reward beyond the moment. Each moment contains life's reward. #Quote by Bryant McGill
Contains quotes by Alan Cohen
#93. Everything you think, feel, say, and do contains seeds of more of itself. #Quote by Alan Cohen
Contains quotes by Lara Williams
#94. I had always believed that the very best food contains something elementally repugnant. That its innate grotesquerie is what makes it so perversely alluring. My own favorite foods tended toward a certain sludgy, muddy texture. And from the most expensive and genteel through to the indulgently crass, the appeal of slop abides: caviar, escargots, foie gras or hamburgers, kebabs, macaroni and cheese. Even vegetable soup forms a membrane. Apples begin rotting from the very first bite. No matter which end of the spectrum, there lies fundamentally and yet delectably disgusting, some squirmy, sinewy, oozing, greasy, sticky, glutinous, mushy, fatty, chewy, viscous thing that compels. The line between pleasure and revulsion can seem so very thin, if it even exists at all. #Quote by Lara Williams
Contains quotes by James Baldwin
#95. The energy that was buried with the rise of the Christian nations must come back into the world; nothing can prevent it. Many of us, I think, both long to see this happen and are terrified of it, for though this transformation contains the hope of liberation, it also imposes a necessity for great change. But in order to deal with the untapped and dormant force of the previously subjugated, in order to survive as a human, moving, moral weight in the world, America and all the Western nations will be forced to reexamine themselves and release themselves from many thing that are now taken to be sacred, and to discard nearly all the assumptions that have been used to justify their lives and their anguish and their crimes so long. #Quote by James Baldwin
Contains quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#96. The resolving of the ethical, is freedom; the negative resolution also has this, but the freedom, blank and bare, is as if tongue-tied, hard to express, and generally has something hard in its nature. Falling in love, however, promptly sets it to music, even if this composition contains a very difficult passage. #Quote by Soren Kierkegaard
Contains quotes by Cecilia
#97. Water must be boiled to kill any germs that it contains #Quote by Cecilia
Contains quotes by Thich Nhat Hanh
#98. Only the present moment contains life. #Quote by Thich Nhat Hanh
Contains quotes by John Paul Caponigro
#99. All photographs are about light. The great majority of photographs record light as a way of describing objects in space. A few photographs are less about objects and more about the space that contains them. Still fewer photographs are about light itself. #Quote by John Paul Caponigro
Contains quotes by Michael Cunningham
#100. I've learned, from working with translators over the years, that the original novel is, in a way, a translation itself. It is not, of course, translated into another language but it is a translation from the images in the author's mind to that which he is able to put down on paper. Here's a secret. Many novelists, if they are pressed and if they are being honest, will admit that the finished book is a rather rough translation of the book they'd intended to write. It's one of the heartbreaks of writing fiction. You have, for months or years, been walking around with the idea of a novel in your mind, and in your mind it's transcendent, it's brilliantly comic and howlingly tragic, it contains everything you know, and everything you can imagine, about human life on the planet earth. It is vast and mysterious and awe-inspiring. It is a cathedral made of fire. But even if the book in question turns out fairly well, it's never the book that you'd hoped to write. It's smaller than the book you'd hoped to write. It is an object, a collection of sentences, and it does not remotely resemble a cathedral made of fire. It feels, in short, like a rather inept translation of a mythical great work. The translator, then, is simply moving the book another step along the translation continuum. The translator is translating a translation. #Quote by Michael Cunningham
Contains quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#101. Science alone of all the subjects contains within itself the lesson of the danger of belief in the infallibility of the greatest teachers of the preceding generation. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Contains quotes by Barbara Oakley
#102. Thiss sentence contains threee errors. #Quote by Barbara Oakley
Contains quotes by Lori Gottlieb
#103. I thought I should call a matchmaker.

For me, this seemed like a radical step. It never occurred to me to hire a matchmaker when I was younger because I always believed I'd meet a man on my own. He'd be sitting next to me on an airplane, waiting in line behind me at the dry cleaner, working in the same office attending the same party, hanging out at the same coffeehouse.

It seemed ridiculous now, when I thought about the odds of this happening. After all, we don't subject other important aspects of out lives to pure chance. When you want to get a job you don't just hang out in the lobbies of office buildings, hoping an employer will strike up a conversation with you. When you want to buy a house, you don't walk aimlessly from neighborhood to neighborhood on your own, hoping to spot a house that happens to be for sale, matches your personal taste and contains the appropriate number of bedrooms and bathrooms. That's too random. If that's your only method of house hunting, you might end up homeless. So you hire a real estate broker to show you the potential homes that meet your needs. By the same token, why not hire a matchmaker to show you potential partners? #Quote by Lori Gottlieb
Contains quotes by William Alcott
#104. Lettuce, greens and celery, though much eaten, are worse than cabbage, being equally indigestible without the addition of condiments. Besides, the lettuce contains narcotic properties. It is said of Galen, that he used to obtain from a head of it, eaten on going to bed, all the good effects of a dose of opium. #Quote by William Alcott
Contains quotes by John C. Parkin
#105. Every moment has infinite potential. Every new moment contains for you possibilities that you can't possibly imagine. Every day is a blank page that you could fill with the most beautiful drawings. #Quote by John C. Parkin
Contains quotes by Simone De Beauvoir
#106. Today I believe that, under the specially privileged conditions in which I exist, life contains two main truths which we must face simultaneously, and between which there is no choice - the joy of being, the horror of being no more. #Quote by Simone De Beauvoir
Contains quotes by Rick Yancey
#107. They rest in us and we in them. Our heart contains all others. One heart, one life, on the advent of a mayfly's final flight #Quote by Rick Yancey
Contains quotes by Alice Munro
#108. A story is not like a road to follow ... it's more like a house. You go inside and stay there for a while, wandering back and forth and settling where you like and discovering how the room and corridors relate to each other, how the world outside is altered by being viewed from these windows. And you, the visitor, the reader, are altered as well by being in this enclosed space, whether it is ample and easy or full of crooked turns, or sparsely or opulently furnished. You can go back again and again, and the house, the story, always contains more than you saw the last time. It also has a sturdy sense of itself of being built out of its own necessity, not just to shelter or beguile you. #Quote by Alice Munro
Contains quotes by Dan Brown
#109. FACT: In 1991, a document was locked in the safe of the director of the CIA. The document is still there today. Its cryptic text includes references to an ancient portal and an unknown location underground. The document also contains the phrase "It's buried out there somewhere. #Quote by Dan Brown
Contains quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#110. A house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Contains quotes by Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
#111. One is almost tempted to say that the language itself is a mythology deprived of its vitality, a bloodless mythology so to speak, which has only preserved in a formal and abstract form what mythology contains in living and concrete form. #Quote by Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Contains quotes by Joseph Conrad
#112. The revolutionary spirit is mighty convenient in this, that it frees one from all scruples as regards ideas. Its hard absolute optimism is repulsive to my mind by the menace of fanaticism and intolerance it contains. #Quote by Joseph Conrad
Contains quotes by Dennis William Hauck
#113. Do not weep, dear friend. Have I not told you that Separation is inevitable from all near and dear to us? Whatever is born, produced, conditioned, contains within itself the nature of its own Dissolution. It cannot be otherwise. #Quote by Dennis William Hauck
Contains quotes by J. Edgar Hoover
#114. It can be held certain that information that is withheld or suppressed contains truths that are detrimental to the persons involved in the suppression. #Quote by J. Edgar Hoover
Contains quotes by Michael Shermer
#115. What science tells us is that we are but one among hundreds of millions of species that evolved over the course of three and a half billion years on one tiny planet among many orbiting an ordinary star, itself one of possibly billions of solar systems in an ordinary galaxy that contains hundreds of billions of stars, itself located in a cluster of galaxies not so different from millions of other galaxy clusters, themselves whirling away from one another in an expanding cosmic bubble universe that very possibly is only one among a near infinite number of bubble universes. #Quote by Michael Shermer
Contains quotes by Robert Moss
#116. The new approach to health care will feature the healing power of story. In the clear understanding that finding meaning in any life passage may be at the heart of healing, our healers -declared or undeclared - will help people use the power of dreaming to move beyond personal history into a bigger story that contains the juice and sense of purpose to get them through. #Quote by Robert Moss
Contains quotes by Sandra Jones
#117. Warning: Contains a Norman warrior with a thirst for justice, a Welsh rebel princess with second sight and a steady bow hand, magical prophecies, and a plot of royal proportions. #Quote by Sandra Jones
Contains quotes by Esther Perel
#118. For [erotically intelligent couples], love is a vessel that contains both security and adventure, and commitment offers one of the great luxuries of life: time. Marriage is not the end of romance, it is the beginning. They know that they have years in which to deepen their connection, to experiment, to regress, and even to fail. They see their relationship as something alive and ongoing, not a fait accompli. It's a story that they are writing together, one with many chapters, and neither partner knows how it will end. There's always a place they haven't gone yet, always something about the other still to be discovered. #Quote by Esther Perel
Contains quotes by David Allen
#119. The Reticular Activating System The May 1957 issue of Scientific American magazine contains an article describing the discovery of the reticular formation at the base of the brain. The reticular formation is basically the gateway to your conscious awareness; it's the switch that turns on your perception of ideas and data, the thing that keeps you asleep even when music's playing but wakes you if a special little baby cries in another room. Your automatic creative mechanism is teleological. That is, it operates in terms of goals and end results. Once you give it a definite goal to achieve, you can depend upon its automatic guidance system to take you to that goal much better than "you" ever could by conscious thought. "You" supply the goal by thinking in terms of end results. Your automatic mechanism then supplies the means whereby. - Maxwell Maltz #Quote by David Allen
Contains quotes by Walt Whitman
#120. A woman waits for me, she contains all, nothing lacking. #Quote by Walt Whitman
Contains quotes by Apollonius Of Tyana
#121. Multicolored stones and paintings, walkways, and theaters are useless in a city unless it also contains wisdom and law. Such things are the subject of wisdom and law, not equivalent to them. #Quote by Apollonius Of Tyana
Contains quotes by Insoo Kim Berg
#122. In the 1970's and in early 1980's, a startling discovery was made that almost every problem contains an element of solutions. #Quote by Insoo Kim Berg
Contains quotes by Bruce H. Lipton
#123. school you may have learned the basic components of a cell: the nucleus that contains genetic material, the energy-producing mitochondria, the protective membrane at the outside rim, and the cytoplasm in between. #Quote by Bruce H. Lipton
Contains quotes by Julian Barbour
#124. Yesterday seems to come before today, because today contains records (memories) of yesterday. #Quote by Julian Barbour
Contains quotes by Neale Donald Walsch
#125. The Highest Thought is always that thought which contains joy. The Clearest Words are those words which contain truth. The Grandest Feeling is that feeling which you call love. #Quote by Neale Donald Walsch
Contains quotes by Siddhartha Mukherjee
#126. Like the master score of a bewitchingly complex symphonic work, the genome contains the instructions for the development and maintenance of organisms. But the genomic "score" is inert without proteins. Proteins actualize this information. They conduct the genome, thereby playing out its music-activating the viola at the fourteenth minute, a crash of cymbals during the arpeggio, a roll of drums at the crescendo. #Quote by Siddhartha Mukherjee
Contains quotes by Hermann Hesse
#127. You wouldn't consider all the bipeds you pass on the street human beings simply because they walk upright and carry their young in their bellies nine months! It is obvious how many of them are fish or sheep, worms or angels, how many are ants, how many are fish or sheep, worms or angels, how contains the possibility of becoming human, partially even by learning to make himself conscious of them; only in this respect are these possibilities his. #Quote by Hermann Hesse
Contains quotes by Sue Thoele
#128. The single most empowering thing we can do for ourselves is to transform fear. While fear contains tremendous power, it doesn't propel us forward and upward, but, rather, drags us down and chains us to the past. Freeing ourselves from fear is a loving intention because, as fear subsides, we are better able to access the soft, sweet power of our hearts, which naturally leads to loving ourselves and others more freely and completely. #Quote by Sue Thoele
Contains quotes by Martin H. Greenberg
#129. You hold in your hands a very special book. It contains one hundred carnival rides of terror. You must remember: horror can come from any direction. It can be as subtle as a spider web's caress, or as vicious as the drop of an axe blade. It can be grim as the reaper, or as sardonic as, well, Sardonicous. It can wear the garments of science or superstition; can be dressed in the trappings of fantasy or the fancy-free. But always it will terrify. And one of the bluntest of its instruments is the short-short story, one of the most difficult of literary devices to master. Not only must each word be perfect-but each comma and period. Nothing can be wasted. In the hands of master executioners, like the authors who fill this book-it can be deadly. So... Die-and die again- one hundred times... #Quote by Martin H. Greenberg
Contains quotes by Karl Barth
#130. heaven and earth, nature and man, comedy and tragedy, … the Virgin Mary and the demons...Mozart simply contains and includes all this within his music in perfect harmony. This harmony is not a matter of "balance" or "indifference" – it is a glorious upsetting of the balance, a turning in which the light rises and the shadows fall, in which the Yes rings louder than the ever-present #Quote by Karl Barth
Contains quotes by Theodore Dalrymple
#131. Original sin - that is to say, the sin of having been born with human nature that contains within it the temptation to evil - will always make a mockery of attempts at perfection based upon manipulation of the environment. #Quote by Theodore Dalrymple
Contains quotes by Amy Joy
#132. Some say that it also means that everything contains the seeds of its own destruction... or redemption - depending on if you are a glass half empty or half full kind of person. #Quote by Amy Joy
Contains quotes by Stephen Harper
#133. The world is now unipolar and contains o-nly o-ne superpower. Canada shares a continent with that superpower. #Quote by Stephen Harper
Contains quotes by Erin Loechner
#134. A girlfriend once shared with me the theory about the three buckets we hold in our lives. One bucket contains our connection, another our vitality, and a third our contribution. The theory goes like this: when one bucket is empty, the others need to be filled. When you're feeling lonely, alienated, and low on connection, boost your vitality and contribution. Take a walk, cook a nutritious meal, volunteer to bake cookies for the blood drive. When you're feeling spent and low on energy, on stamina, perhaps you've been neglecting connections and contributions. Invite a few friends over for takeout and brainstorm creative projects. When you're feeling as if you have nothing to give, nothing to contribute, fill your connection and vitality buckets. #Quote by Erin Loechner
Contains quotes by Gary F. Marcus
#135. To the extent that genomes can be thought of as compressed encodings of biological structures, they are spectacularly efficient. All the trillions of cells in the human body-not just the tens of billions in the brain-are guided in one way or another by the information contained in 30,000 or so genes. The best high-quality set of pictures of the body- the National Institutes of Health Visible Human Project, a series of high-resolution digital photos of slices taken from volunteer Joseph Paul Jernigan (deceased)-takes up about 60 gigabytes, enough (if left uncompressed) to fill about 100 CD-ROMs-and still not enough detail to capture individual cells. The genome, in contrast, contains only about 3 billion nucleotides, the equivalent (at two bits per nucleotide) of less than two-thirds of a gigabyte, or a single CD-ROM. #Quote by Gary F. Marcus
Contains quotes by Layla Kautsar
#136. the moment when you can never say goodbye to the person you love, because you only could see the dead body of him in front of you. you also not replying his last text that contains how he loves you with all his heart.. #Quote by Layla Kautsar
Contains quotes by Evangeline Colbert
#137. Hope is that inner image you hold on to, the image generated by God's promises. When hope is lost, your faith no longer has a mission to accomplish. God's Word contains your reason to hope! #Quote by Evangeline Colbert
Contains quotes by Angela Carter
#138. There's a theory, one I find persuasive, that the quest for knowledge is, at bottom, the search for the answer to the question: Where was I before I was born. In the beginning was what? Perhaps, in the beginning, there was a curious room, a room like this one, crammed with wonders; and now the room and all it contains are forbidden you, although it was made just for you, had been prepared for you since time began, and you will spend all your life trying to remember it. #Quote by Angela Carter
Contains quotes by J.R.R. Tolkien
#139. I am a Christian…so that I do not expect 'history' to be anything but a 'long defeat' - though it contains (and in a legend may contain more clearly and movingly) some samples or glimpses of final victory. #Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien
Contains quotes by Joel Kriofske
#140. The author "nails it" in terms of how to deal with a parent's dementia. Rather than browbeating the subject, the author "plays along" and tries to enter the subject's own dementia-challenged "reality." The book contains excellent coping strategies and methodology for dealing with someone suffering with and enduring the pain of dementia or Alzheimer's. It does so with sensitivity, candor and laugh-provoking humor. #Quote by Joel Kriofske
Contains quotes by Tim Pratt
#141. He gestured at himself. "You see this, Bekah? This whole package here? It contains multitudes." "I knew you were full of something." "Iron #Quote by Tim Pratt
Contains quotes by Suzy Kassem
#142. A pineapple is a compilation of berries that grow and fuse together. When joined, they create a single fruit. And within each eyelet, contains a location where a flower may grow. I see the Creator of all existence as the crown on a pineapple, and all religions of the world as the spiky eyelets, where each eyelet symbolizes a different religion or race under the same crown. Each garden of faith may have different perspectives of God, yet every garden belongs to the same God. #Quote by Suzy Kassem
Contains quotes by Anita Moorjani
#143. In truth, I'm not my body, my race, religion, or other beliefs, and neither is anyone else. The real self is infinite and much more powerful-a complete and whole entity that isn't broken or damaged in any way. The infinite me already contains all the resources I need to navigate through life, because I'm One with Universal energy. In fact, I am Universal energy. #Quote by Anita Moorjani
Contains quotes by Vincent  Price
#144. Right now I am thinking of writing another cookbook. All cookbooks have a gimmick, and mine will be that it contains recipes that I have invented and named after famous people. Some of them are:
Brisket of Brynner (very lean meat)
Carson Casserole (it's got everything on it)
Barbecued Walters
Marinated Maude
Roasted Rhoda
King King Curry (it will feed about eight thousand people)
Fricassee of Fonzi
Pickled Rickles
Raquel Relish
Leftovers à la Gabors #Quote by Vincent Price
Contains quotes by William Hazlitt
#145. Painting gives the object itself; poetry what it implies. Painting embodies what a thing contains in itself; poetry suggests what exists out of it, in any manner connected with it. #Quote by William Hazlitt
Contains quotes by Patricia Briggs
#146. The only certainty life contains is death. #Quote by Patricia Briggs
Contains quotes by Kamand Kojouri
#147. Your skin is a thousand stars
being born at once.
I want to drown in your light.

Pour the light of your body on me.

Your hair is the night's skirt
whose folds hide a thousand moons.
I want to drown in your night.

Pour the night of your body on me.

Your eyes have orphaned me from certainty:
Oh, the freedom of knowing nothing!
I only understand this moment
that contains all of eternity.

This moment
that you are here
and I am here
and we make a world.
This moment
is all we need to know.
You and I
were always made
for this moment.

Let life have us.
And pour.
Pour the life of your body on me. #Quote by Kamand Kojouri
Contains quotes by Marquis De Sade
#148. The philosopher who travels the world in order to learn must put up with all customs, all religions, all kinds of weather and climate, all beds and all kinds of food, and leave to the voluptuous, indolent man in the capital his prejudices...his luxury...that obscene luxury that, as it never contains any real needs, creates artificial ones every day at the expense of fortune and health. #Quote by Marquis De Sade
Contains quotes by Daniel White
#149. I'm sure that a veiled arabian woman's exposed toes contains more sex appeal than a western pin-up's total nudity. #Quote by Daniel White
Contains quotes by Hudson Stuck
#150. Before the reader turns his back upon the Grand Basin once for all, I should like to put a name upon the glacier it contains - since it is the fashion to name glaciers. #Quote by Hudson Stuck
Contains quotes by Pyotr Kropotkin
#151. The principle of equality sums up the teachings of moralists. But it also contains something more. This something more is respect for the individual. By proclaiming our morality of equality, or anarchism, we refuse to assume a right which moralists have always taken upon themselves to claim, that of mutilating the individual in the name of some ideal. We do not recognize this right at all, for ourselves or anyone else. We recognize the full and complete liberty of the individual; we desire for him plentitude of existence, the free development of all his faculties. We wish to impose nothing upon him; thus returning to the principle which Fourier placed in opposition to religious morality when he said: Leave men absolutely free. Do not mutilate them as religions have done enough and to spare. Do not fear even their passions. In a free society these are not dangerous. #Quote by Pyotr Kropotkin
Contains quotes by Jesse Andrews
#152. I'm not really putting this very well. My point is this: This book contains precisely zero Important Life Lessons, or Little-Known Facts About Love, or sappy tear-jerking Moments When We Knew We Had Left Our Childhood Behind for Good, or whatever. And, unlike most books in which a girl gets cancer, there are definitely no sugary paradoxical single-sentence-paragraphs that you're supposed to think are deep because they're in italics. Do you know what I'm talking about? I'm talking about sentences like this:
The cancer had taken her eyeballs, yet she saw the world with more clarity than ever before.
Barf. Forget it. For me personally, things are in no way more meaningful because I got to know Rachel before she died. If anything, things are less meaningful. All right? #Quote by Jesse Andrews
Contains quotes by Alan Moore
#153. The Here-and-Now demands attention, is more present to us. We dismiss the inner world of our ideas as less important, although most of our immediate physical reality originated only in the mind. The TV, sofa, clock and room, the whole civilisation that contains them once were nothing save ideas. #Quote by Alan Moore
Contains quotes by Dante Alighieri
#154. O grace abounding and allowing me to dare
to fix my gaze on the Eternal Light,
so deep my vision was consumed in it!
I saw how it contains within its depths
all things bound in a single book by love
of which creation is the scattered leaves:
how substance, accident, and their relation
were fused in such a way that what I now
describe is but a glimmer of that Light. #Quote by Dante Alighieri
Contains quotes by Kenneth W. Osbeck
#155. It is well said that the Bible contains very little humor, but it does have much to say about the importance of genuine joy in the life of each believer. #Quote by Kenneth W. Osbeck
Contains quotes by Charles Dickens
Contains quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#157. Buying a book is not enough ... You must absorb the knowledge it contains. Your personalized knowledge is not what's on your shelf, but how much you put into yourself! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Contains quotes by Isaac Asimov
#158. The psychohistoric trend of a planet-full of people contains a huge inertia. To be changed it must be met with something possessing a similar inertia. Either as many people must be concerned, or if the number of people be relatively small, enormous time for change must be allowed. #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Contains quotes by Rick Warren
#159. God warns us to not get too attached to what's around us because it is temporary. We're told, "Those in frequent contact with the things of the world should make good use of them without becoming attached to them, for this world and all it contains will pass away."9 #Quote by Rick Warren
Contains quotes by Max Heindel
#160. At the moment of death, when the seed atom in the heart is ruptured, which contains all the experience of the past life in a panoramic picture, the spirit leaves its physical body, taking with it the finer bodies. #Quote by Max Heindel
Contains quotes by Michael Gunter
#161. Even the most fanciful story contains nuggets of truth. As readers, our job is to mine them. #Quote by Michael Gunter
Contains quotes by Bernard Bailyn
#162. The full bibliography of pamphlets relating to the Anglo-American struggle published in the colonies through the year 1776 contains not a dozen or so items but over four hundred; ... #Quote by Bernard Bailyn
Contains quotes by John Lennox
#163. We have only to see a few letters of the alphabet spelling our name in the sand to recognize at once the work of an intelligent agent. How much more likely, then is the existence of an intelligent Creator behind human DNA, the colossal biological database that contains no fewer than 3.5 billion "letters the longest "word" yet discovered?" #Quote by John Lennox
Contains quotes by Hui Hai
#164. Your Treasure House is in yourself, it contains all you need #Quote by Hui Hai
Contains quotes by Oliver Cowdery
#165. That book is true ... I wrote it myself as it fell from the lips of the prophet. It contains the everlasting gospel, and comes in fulfillment of the revelations of John where it says he saw an angel come with the everlasting gospel to preach to every nation, tongue and people. It contains principles of salvation. And if you will walk by its light and obey its precepts you will be saved in the everlasting kingdom of God. #Quote by Oliver Cowdery
Contains quotes by Jennifer Niven
#166. If I do anything, I have to start over, but all I have is fragments of ideas. Just pieces. Like a germ of an idea for this, and a germ of an idea for that. Nothing whole or concrete" - Violet

" 'Growth itself contains the germ of happiness.' Pearl S. Buck. Maybe a germ is enough. Maybe it's all you need. We can start small. Open up a new document or pull out a black piece of paper. We'll make it our canvas. Remember what Michelangelo said about the sculpture being in the stone - it was there from the beginning, and his job was to bring it out. Your words are in there too" -Finch #Quote by Jennifer Niven
Contains quotes by Geert Wilders
#167. A key difference between Christianity and Islam is that Muslims believe that the Koran contains verbatim the word of God; it is written in the imperative. This precludes a comparison with Christianity. #Quote by Geert Wilders
Contains quotes by John Connolly
#168. If there is anything worse than evil, it is nothingness. At least evil has a form, and a voice, and a purpose, however depraved. Perhaps some good can even come out of evil: a terrible deed of violence against someone weaker may lead others to act in order to ensure that such a deed is not perpetrated again, whereas before they might have been unaware of the reasons why an individual might behave in such a way, or they might simply have chosen to ignore them. And evil, as we saw with the Blacksmith, always contains within itself the possibility of its own redemption. It is not evil that is the enemy of hope: it is nothingness. #Quote by John Connolly
Contains quotes by Derek Rydall
#169. Just as the acorn contains the mighty oak tree, the Self has everything it needs to fulfill its destiny. When the inner conditions are right, it naturally emerges. #Quote by Derek Rydall
Contains quotes by James A. Baldwin
#170. Every legend, moreover, contains its residuum of truth, and the root function of language is to control the universe by describing it. #Quote by James A. Baldwin
Contains quotes by Elizabeth Edwards
#171. The photograph contains and constrains within its own boundaries, excluding all else, a microcosmic analogue of the framing of space which is knowledge. As such it becomes a metaphor of power, having the ability to appropriate and decontextualize time and space and those who exist within it. #Quote by Elizabeth Edwards
Contains quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#172. They have science, but science contains nothing that does not come through the senses. The spiritual world, the nobler side of man's being, has been rejected altogether, banned as it were triumphantly, perhaps even with hatred. #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Contains quotes by Frank Page
#173. But answers to questions this large and complex must be given the space of days and time to unfold themselves. By scrawling your own punctuation, forcing by suicide to turn the question mark into a period, you close out a sentence that still contains all the potential elements of a good story. You shut the book before it's had a chance to show you where God is going with all this background material. #Quote by Frank Page
Contains quotes by Haruki Murakami
#174. My life is like a trunk stuffed with dirty laundry. It contains more than enough material to drive any one human being to mental aberration - maybe two or three people's worth? My sex life alone would do. It's nothing I could talk about to anyone.

No, I can't go to a doctor. I have to solve this on my own. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Contains quotes by Galileo Galilei
#175. That sculpture is more admirable than painting for the reason that it contains relief and painting does not is completely false ... Rather, how much more admirable the painting must be considered, if having no relief at all, it appears to have as much as sculpture! #Quote by Galileo Galilei
Contains quotes by Oscar Wilde
#176. The heart contains passion but the imagination alone contains poetry,' says Charles Baudelaire. This too was the lesson that Theophile Gautier, most subtle of all modern critics, most fascinating of all modern poets, was never tired of teaching - 'Everybody is affected by a sunrise or a sunset.' The absolute distinction of the artist is not his capacity to feel nature so much as his power of rendering it. The entire subordination of all intellectual and emotional faculties to the vital and informing poetic principle is the surest sign of the strength of our Renaissance. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Contains quotes by Leonard Downie, Jr.
#177. The New York Times and the Washington Post each contain roughly 100,000 words a day - about as many as this book. A typical NBC Nightly News broadcast contains 3,600 words. #Quote by Leonard Downie, Jr.
Contains quotes by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
#178. Language is the armory of the human mind, and at once contains the trophies of its past and the weapons of its future conquests. #Quote by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Contains quotes by Marguerite Yourcenar
#179. A book may lie dormant for fifty years or for two thousand years in a forgotten corner of a library, only to reveal, upon being opened, the marvels or the abysses that it contains, or the line that seems to have been written for me alone. In this respect the writer is not different from any other human being: whatever we say or do can have far-reaching consequences. #Quote by Marguerite Yourcenar
Contains quotes by Aleister Crowley
#180. It would be unwise to condemn as irrational the practice of devouring the heart and liver of an adversary while yet warm. For the highest spiritual working one must choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force; a male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory. #Quote by Aleister Crowley
Contains quotes by Arundhati Roy
#181. The US empire rests on a grisly foundation: the massacre of millions of indigenous people, the stealing of their lands and, following this, the kidnapping and enslavement of millions of black people from Africa to work that land. Thousands died on the seas while they were being shipped like caged cattle between continents.
'Stolen from Africa, brought to America' - Bob Marley's 'Buffalo Soldier' contains a whole universe of unspeakable sadness. #Quote by Arundhati Roy
Contains quotes by Morihei Ueshiba
#182. EACH DAY OF HUMAN life contains joy and anger, pain and pleasure, darkness and light, growth and decay. Each moment is etched with nature's grand design-do not try to deny or oppose the cosmic order of things. #Quote by Morihei Ueshiba
Contains quotes by Thomas Ligotti
#183. The normal process of life contains moments as bad as any of those which insane melancholy is filled with, moments in which radical evil gets its innings and takes its solid turn. The lunatic's visions of horror are all drawn from the material of daily fact. Our civilization is founded on the shambles, and every individual existence goes out in a lonely spasm of helpless agony. If you protest, my friend, wait until you arrive there yourself. (The Varieties of Religious Experience, 1902) #Quote by Thomas Ligotti
Contains quotes by Carl Jung
#184. Man's unconscious ... contains all the patterns of life and behaviour inherited from his ancestors, so that every human child, prior to consciousness, is possessed of a potential system of adapted psychic functioning. #Quote by Carl Jung
Contains quotes by Andrew Solomon
#185. The passion for such children contains no ego motive of anticipated reciprocity; one is choosing against, in the poet Richard Wilbur's phrase, 'loving things for reasons'. You find beauty and hope in the existence, rather than the achievements, of such a child. Most parenthood entails some struggle to change, educate and improve one's children; people with multiple severe disabilities may not become anything else, and there is a compelling purity in parental engagement not with what might or should or will be, but with, simply, what is. #Quote by Andrew Solomon
Contains quotes by Jack Canfield
#186. 'The Chicken Soup for the Soul' books are the result of over 20 years of teaching seminars and giving speeches. The first book contains all of the stories that I used in my seminars to illustrate the points that I wanted to make. #Quote by Jack Canfield
Contains quotes by Alison Stewart
#187. One reason milk consumption may lead to cancer risk is insulin-like growth factor, IGF-1 (not to be confused with bovine growth hormone, rBGH). Milk contains IGF-1 for good reason: milk is designed for babies, and IGF-1 helps us grow. IGF-1 affects growth, as well as other functions, and is normally found in our blood. Higher levels of IGF-1, however, appear to stimulate cancer cells. #Quote by Alison Stewart
Contains quotes by Edward Somers
#188. Every problem contains within itself the seeds of its own solution. #Quote by Edward Somers
Contains quotes by Brian Greene
#189. Black holes, we all know, are these regions where if an object falls in, it can't get out, but the puzzle that many struggled with over the decades is, what happens to the information that an object contains when it falls into a black hole. Is it simply lost? #Quote by Brian Greene
Contains quotes by Moshe Dayan
#190. Take the American declaration of Independence. It contains no mention of territorial limits. We are not obliged to fix the limits of the State. #Quote by Moshe Dayan
Contains quotes by Emma Goldman
#191. The Fathers of the Church can well afford to preach the gospel of Christ. It contains nothing dangerous to the regime of authority and wealth; it stands for self-denial and self-abnegation, for penance and regret, and is absolutely inert in the face of every [in]dignity, every outrage imposed upon mankind. #Quote by Emma Goldman
Contains quotes by Albrecht Kossel
#192. The living cell almost always contains, locked in its interior, the visible or invisible products of its physiological activity or its nourishment. #Quote by Albrecht Kossel
Contains quotes by Parker J. Palmer
#193. I assume that each person contains all the potentials that education wishes to cultivate: insight, capacity for observation and analysis, ability to appreciate, creative energy. #Quote by Parker J. Palmer
Contains quotes by Alan Watts
#194. Imagine a multidimensiona l spider's web in the early morning covered with dew drops. And every dew drop contains the reflection of all the other dew drops. And, in each reflected dew drop, the reflections of all the other dew drops in that reflection. And so ad infinitum. That is the Buddhist conception of the universe in an image. #Quote by Alan Watts
Contains quotes by Simon Sebag Montefiore
#195. The Bible became the book of books, but it is not one document. It is a mystical library of interwoven texts by unknown authors who wrote and edited at different times with widely divergent aims. This sacred work of so many epochs and so many hands contains some facts of provable history, some stories of unprovable myth, some poetry of soaring beauty, and many passages of unintelligible, perhaps coded, perhaps simply mistranslated, mystery. Most of it is written not to recount events but to promote a higher truth - the relationship of one people and their God. #Quote by Simon Sebag Montefiore
Contains quotes by Cecil Day-Lewis
#196. And yet this self, contains
Tides, continents and stars―a myriad selves,
Is small and solitary as one grass-blade
Passed over by the wind
Amongst a myriad grasses on the prairie. #Quote by Cecil Day-Lewis
Contains quotes by Janet Fox
#197. I know a place on this Earth that contains wonders enough to stop the breath. A place where the very rocks whisper and whine, where the rivers boil and the snow-studded peaks thrust into a bowl of blue; where great shaggy beasts press the earth with cloven hooves or threaten with claw and fang; where new life and lurking death coexist in the shallows of varicolored pools. #Quote by Janet Fox
Contains quotes by 50 Cent
Contains quotes by Gloria Steinem
#199. [Erotica] contains the idea of love, positive choice, and the yearning for a particular person. #Quote by Gloria Steinem
Contains quotes by Benedict Cumberbatch
#200. I'm very proud of the work I do, but I genuinely can't involve myself with an audience as early as somebody who's not part of the film can. So there's that side of theater that appeals to me, where you give something and the response to what you've created is a communion between you and the dark that contains however many people. It's thrilling not having a reflection other than through the people you're communicating with. But people ask, "What do you prefer?" and I don't have a preference. I love them both. I really do. #Quote by Benedict Cumberbatch

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