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Ecological Mystery quotes by Paulo Coelho
#1. Love is an act of faith and its face should always be covered in mystery. Every moment should be lived with feeling and emotion because if we try to decipher it and understand it, the magic disappears. We follow its winding and luminous paths, we let ourselves go to the highest peak or the deepest seas, but we trust in the hand that leads us. If we do not allow ourselves to be frightened, we will always awaken in a palace; if we fear the steps that will be required by love and want to reveal everything to us, the result is that we will be left with nothing. #Quote by Paulo Coelho
Ecological Mystery quotes by Erica Ridley
#2. Moonseed Manor did not look like a place to live. Moonseed Manor looked like a place to die. #Quote by Erica Ridley
Ecological Mystery quotes by David Jaber
#3. If the long arc of history bends toward social justice, it also bends toward environmental justice and ecological sanity. #Quote by David Jaber
Ecological Mystery quotes by Marlon Wayans
#4. I've never really lived with somebody. Only for very brief periods. I learned I'm not a good roommate. I'm better off when we visit each other. I like the mystery. #Quote by Marlon Wayans
Ecological Mystery quotes by Janell Rhiannon
#5. Eternity hums with every beating heart, with every up-lifted voice, with the crash of waves, the whirl of wind across the shifting dunes, the cry of sea birds, and the trumpets of heavenly angels. #Quote by Janell Rhiannon
Ecological Mystery quotes by Pope Benedict XVI
#6. Both capitalism and Marxism promised to point out the path for the creation of just structures, and they declared that these, once established, would function by themselves; they declared that not only would they have no need of any prior individual morality, but that they would promote a communal morality. And this ideological promise has been proved false. The facts have clearly demonstrated it. The Marxist system, where it found its way into government, not only left a sad heritage of economic and ecological destruction, but also a painful oppression of souls. And we can also see the same thing happening in the West, where the distance between rich and poor is growing constantly, and giving rise to a worrying degradation of personal dignity through drugs, alcohol and deceptive illusions of happiness. #Quote by Pope Benedict XVI
Ecological Mystery quotes by Joseph Addison
#7. The ways of heaven are dark and intricate;
Puzzled in mazes, and perplext with errors. #Quote by Joseph Addison
Ecological Mystery quotes by Brian Dyson
#8. Life is not a race, but a journey to be savoured each step of the way. Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift. That's why we call it the present. #Quote by Brian Dyson
Ecological Mystery quotes by Ransom Riggs
#9. There was romance in the unknown, but once a place had been discovered and cataloged and mapped, it was diminished, just another dusty fact in a book, sapped of mystery. So maybe it was better to leave a few spots on the map blank. To let the world keep a little of its magic, rather than forcing it to divulge every last secret. Maybe it was better, now and then, to wonder. #Quote by Ransom Riggs
Ecological Mystery quotes by Julia Alvarez
#10. For me, the writing life doesn't just happen when I sit at the writing desk. It is a life lived with a centering principle, and mine is this: that I will pay close attention to this world I find myself in. 'My heart keeps open house,' was the way the poet Theodore Roethke put it in a poem. And rendering in language what one sees through the opened windows and doors of that house is a way of bearing witness to the mystery of what it is to be alive in this world. #Quote by Julia Alvarez
Ecological Mystery quotes by Tian Dayton
#11. There is no wisdom without mastery over the mystery of our internal world, the world that opens the door to understanding others. #Quote by Tian Dayton
Ecological Mystery quotes by Terry Weible Murphy
#12. Anticipation tingled in my stomach: the kind of tingle that at first you don't know if it's a good tingle or a bad tingle – just a tingle. #Quote by Terry Weible Murphy
Ecological Mystery quotes by Jim Gaffigan
#13. People need to write articles and they need to have angles in them and I'm grateful when people are doing articles, but I always say there's not a great mystery to stand-up comedy. #Quote by Jim Gaffigan
Ecological Mystery quotes by David Suzuki
#14. Human use of fossil fuels is altering the chemistry of the atmosphere; oceans are polluted and depleted of fish; 80 per cent of Earth's forests are heavily impacted or gone yet their destruction continues. An estimated 50,000 species are driven to extinction each year. We dump millions of tonnes of chemicals, most untested for their biological effects, and many highly toxic, into air, water and soil. We have created an ecological holocaust. Our very health and survival are at stake, yet we act as if we have plenty of time to respond. #Quote by David Suzuki
Ecological Mystery quotes by Tracy K. Smith
#15. When my father died, those years when he was working on the Hubble came back to me, and it seemed fitting to imagine him as having somehow merged with the large mystery that the universe represents. #Quote by Tracy K. Smith
Ecological Mystery quotes by Richard P. Feynman
#16. Scientific views end in awe and mystery, lost at the edge in uncertainty, but they appear to be so deep and so impressive that the theory that it is all arranged as a stage for God to watch man's struggle for good and evil seems inadequate. #Quote by Richard P. Feynman
Ecological Mystery quotes by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
#17. Magic is a faculty of wonderful virtue, full of most high mysteries, containing the most profound contemplation of most secret things, together with the nature, power, quality, substance and virtues thereof, as also the knowledge of whole Nature, and it doth instruct us concerning the differing and agreement of things amongst themselves, whence it produceth its wonderful effects, by uniting the virtues of things through the application of them one to the other. #Quote by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
Ecological Mystery quotes by Kerry Egan
#18. Perhaps the death knell of love is not anger or even indifference; it's losing the desire to know more about your partner. #Quote by Kerry Egan
Ecological Mystery quotes by Henry Miller
#19. Every day we slaughter our finest impulses. That is why we get a heartache when we read those lines written by the hand of a master and recognize them as our own, as the tender shoots which we stifled because we lacked the faith to believe in our own powers, our own criterion of truth and beauty. Every man, when he gets quiet, when he becomes desperately honest with himself, is capable of uttering profound truths. We all derive from the same source. there is no mystery about the origin of things. We are all part of creation, all kings, all poets, all musicians; we have only to open up, only to discover what is already there. #Quote by Henry Miller
Ecological Mystery quotes by Madeline Martin
#20. I canna let you die like Da," he said softly.
"And yet ye canna let me live," she replied. #Quote by Madeline Martin
Ecological Mystery quotes by G.B. Edwards
#21. I caught the bus to town and the tram to the Half-way and walked the rest. I was too down-hearted even to call in at Hutton's for a drink. It was dark when I got indoors and I lit the lamp. The house was empty, empty, empty! I was alone and I new I would be alone for the rest of my days. I don't know how I managed to live since then. I have had friends or, at least, people I have talked to: and many people have been good to me. I can't ever say how good Tabitha have been to me: but I took it for granted while she lived. I have chased after this girl, or that girl, when the spirit moved me: or, more likely, as Raymond would have said, from force of habit. I have lived in Raymond's tragic story as if it was my own: but it is a mystery to me yet, and perhaps i put things wrong when I tried to put things right. I have held my own against strangers and against enemies from another country: and against the double-faced behaviour of some of my own people. I have seen the funny side of things, and made a lot of people laugh: and I suppose they have thought I am the happy-go-lucky sort: but since that night I have lived without hope. I have often wondered what it is I can have done wrong to have to live for so many years without hope. It is no wonder I think a lot and am a bit funny in the head. #Quote by G.B. Edwards
Ecological Mystery quotes by Renata Adler
#22. In almost every thriller, a point is reached when someone, usually calling from a phone booth, telephones with a vital piece of information, which he cannot divulge by phone. By the time the hero arrives at the place where they had arranged to meet, the caller is dead, or too near death to tell. There is never an explanation for the reluctance of the caller to impart his message in the first place. Certainly, the convention existed well before the age of the tape recorder and the wiretap. Not on the phone, in a spy or mystery story, has always been, in and of itself, sufficient to hold up the resolution of the case for a long, long time. #Quote by Renata Adler
Ecological Mystery quotes by Christian Wiman
#23. Mystical experience needs some form of dogma in order not to dissipate into moments of spiritual intensity that are merely personal, and dogma needs regular infusions of unknowingness to keep from calcifying into the predictable, pontificating, and anti-intellectual services so common in mainstream American churches. So what does all this mean practically? It means that congregations must be conscious of the persistent and ineradicable loneliness that makes a person seek communion, with other people and with God, in the first place. It means that conservative churches that are infused with the bouncy brand of American optimism one finds in sales pitches are selling shit. It means that liberal churches that go months without mentioning the name of Jesus, much less the dying Christ, have no more spiritual purpose or significance than a local union hall. It means that we -- those of us who call ourselves Christians -- need a revolution in the way we worship. This could mean many different things -- poetry as liturgy, focused and extended silences, learning from other religious traditions and rituals (this seems crucial), incorporating apophatic language. But one thing it means for sure: we must be conscious of language as language, must call into question every word we use until we refine or remake a language that is fit for our particular religious doubts and despairs -- and of course (and most of all!) our joys. #Quote by Christian Wiman
Ecological Mystery quotes by Oncar Patcar
#24. God make one mysterious beautiful creature in the world name GIRL
if you try to found mystery you will find beauty
and if you ignore it you will say
She is a Bitch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! #Quote by Oncar Patcar
Ecological Mystery quotes by John Steinbeck
#25. That is a mystery that has disturbed rulers all over the world - how the people know. It disturbs the invaders now, I am told, how news runs through censorships, how the truth of things fights free of control. It is a great mystery." The #Quote by John Steinbeck
Ecological Mystery quotes by Martin Scorsese
#26. In truly great films - the ones that people need to make, the ones that start speaking through them, the ones that keep moving into territory that is more and more unfathomable and uncomfortable - nothing's ever simple or neatly resolved. You're left with a mystery. #Quote by Martin Scorsese
Ecological Mystery quotes by Jordan Night
#27. I've been on the run most of my life, yet I still need to mentally go over the plan several times a day. Because they've almost caught me before. Because they'll never stop hunting me. #Quote by Jordan Night
Ecological Mystery quotes by Rex Stout
#28. Frankly, I wish I could make my heart quit doing an extra thump when Wolfe says satisfactory, Archie. It's childish. #Quote by Rex Stout
Ecological Mystery quotes by Laurie R. King
#29. I was fifteen when I first met Sherlock Holmes, fifteen years old with my nose in a book as I walked the Sussex Downs, and nearly stepped on him. In my defense I must say it was an engrossing book, and it was very rare to come across another person in that particular part of the world in that war year of 1915. #Quote by Laurie R. King
Ecological Mystery quotes by Andrew Barrett
#30. She smiled as though someone had just offered her, the oldest virgin in town, a fully functioning Kingsize Vibro vibrator and a deluxe inhibition bypass. #Quote by Andrew Barrett
Ecological Mystery quotes by Scarlett Thomas
#31. I pray for meaning. I pray for the limits of reality to become clear. For a world – and a type of being – that makes sense. I pray for a life after death that is not like this life. I pray for the end of mystery. What would a life be like with all the mysteries solved? If there were no questions, there'd be no stories. If there were no stories, there'd be no language. If there was no language there'd be no . . . What? #Quote by Scarlett Thomas
Ecological Mystery quotes by James Gleick
#32. There are two kinds of geniuses: the 'ordinary' and the 'magicians'. An ordinary genius is a fellow whom you and I would be just as good as, if we were only many times better. There is no mystery as to how his mind works. Once we understand what they've done, we feel certain that we, too, could have done it. It is different with the magicians. Even after we understand what they have done it is completely dark. Richard Feynman is a magician of the highest calibre.
Mark Kac #Quote by James Gleick
Ecological Mystery quotes by Jane Smiley
#33. The real mystery was how your farm bound you to it, so tightly that you would pay any price (literally, in interest) or make any sacrifice just to take these steps across this familiar undulating ground time and time again. #Quote by Jane Smiley
Ecological Mystery quotes by Richard Bach
#34. Just read The Virtue of Minding Your Own Business. Oh my, what currents run deep! Beautifully seen, beautifully told. Praise praise praise ... Pardon my French, but you are one darn major American writer!
Richard Bach, author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Illusions, on Sandcastle and Other Stories #Quote by Richard Bach
Ecological Mystery quotes by Murray Bookchin
#35. [W]ithout changing the most molecular relationships in society - notably, those between men and women, adults and children, whites and other ethnic groups, heterosexuals and gays (the list, in fact, is considerable) - society will be riddled by domination even in a socialistic 'classless' and 'non-exploitative' form. It would be infused by hierarchy even as it celebrated the dubious virtues of 'people's democracies,' 'socialism' and the 'public ownership' of 'natural resources,' And as long as hierarchy persists, as long as domination organises humanity around a system of elites, the project of dominating nature will continue to exist and inevitably lead our planet to ecological extinction #Quote by Murray Bookchin
Ecological Mystery quotes by Mike Bove
#36. The good characters in my book are loosely based on folks I know. All the bad stuff is made up. #Quote by Mike Bove

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