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Eleutheria Greek quotes by Rebecca Boucher
#1. I remembered Daemon's feather soft kisses on my cheek, and I remembered the clouds parting and the sun shining on a cold February day in Ireland. And as my baby girl was laid on my chest and my husband held my hand, I saw my best friend Kat walk into the sun kissed part in the clouds, hand in hand, along with the last regrets of my past. #Quote by Rebecca Boucher
Eleutheria Greek quotes by J.D. Greear
#2. Repentance is not subsequent to belief; it is part of belief. It is belief in action-choice that flow out of conviction. Repentance literally means "a change of mind" (in Greek, metanoia; meta-"new", noia="mind") about Jesus. Repentance is not merely changing your action; it is changing your actions because you have changed your attitude about Jesus' authority and glory. #Quote by J.D. Greear
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Jeanne Achterberg
#3. Throughout the history of medicine, including the shamanic healing traditions, the Greek tradition of Asclepius, Aristotle and Hippocrates, and the folk and religious healers, the imagination has been used to diagnose disease. #Quote by Jeanne Achterberg
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Homer
#4. And overpowered by memory
Both men gave way to grief. Priam wept freely
For man - killing Hector, throbbing, crouching
Before Achilles' feet as Achilles wept himself,
Now for his father, now for Patroclus once again
And their sobbing rose and fell throughout the house. #Quote by Homer
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov
#5. William Palmer, a distinguished member of the Anglican Church and of the University of Oxford, wished to join the Orthodox Church. He went to Russia and Turkey to study the contemporary situation in the Christian East and to find out on what conditions he would be admitted to the communion of the Eastern Orthodox. At St. Petersburg and at Moscow he was told that he had only to abjure the errors of Protestantism before a priest, who would thereupon administer to him the sacrament of Holy Chrism or Confirmation. But at Constantinople he found that he must be baptized afresh. As he knew himself to be a Christian and saw no reason to suspect the validity of his baptism (which incidentally was admitted without question by the Orthodox Russian Church), he considered that a second baptism would be a sacrilege. On the other hand, he could not bring himself to accept Orthodoxy according to the local rules of the Russian Church, since he would then become Orthodox only in Russia while remaining a heathen in the eyes of the Greeks; and he had no wish to join a national Church but to join the universal Orthodox Church. No one could solve his dilemma, and so he became a Roman Catholic. #Quote by Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Caryl Churchill
#6. There was someone called Hippasus in Greek times who found out about the diagonal of a square and they drowned him because no one wanted to know about things like that. Like what? Numbers that make you uncomfortable and don't relate to oranges. #Quote by Caryl Churchill
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Albert Einstein
#7. How can any educated person stay away from the Greeks? I have always been far more interested in them than in science. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Christina Lauren
#8. Calvin sits up, jerking his guitar to stand on one thigh. "Mr. Okai." He swallows. "I didn't realize you were standing there."

"My niece tells me your name is Calvin."

Calvin looks between the two of us, working this out. Robert, with his smooth dark skin and meticulously short hair. Me: pale and freckled with a chaotic, weedy bun on top of my head.

Robert reaches out a hand, and Calvin immediately takes it, standing. "Yes. Calvin McLoughlin."

This makes my uncle laugh, and the boom of it eases the line of Calvin's shoulders. "That's a pretty Irish name for someone with such a good tan."

"My mam is Greek," he explains, and then looks back and forth between me and Robert again, as if asking a question of his own.

Robert tilts his head to me, releasing Calvin's hand and saying in turn, "I married her uncle."

Calvin smiles, quietly saying, "Ah. #Quote by Christina Lauren
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Amanda Carlson
#9. Yes," he replied. "We are --- how do you say on Midgard -- between a hard place and tree. #Quote by Amanda Carlson
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Troy Polamalu
#10. It's the perfect environment for prayer. Chanting in Greek ... is like a beautiful opera, but way better. #Quote by Troy Polamalu
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Euripides
#11. ORESTES: Never shall I see you again.

ELECTRA: Nor I see myself in your eyes.

ORESTES: This, the last time I'll talk with you ever.

ELECTRA: O my homeland, goodbye. Goodbye to you, women of home.

ORESTES: Most loyal of sisters, do you leave now?

ELECTRA: I leave with tears blurring all that I see. #Quote by Euripides
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Stephen Fry
#12. Creation at this time, peopled as it was by primal deities whose whole energy and purpose seems to have been directed towards reproduction, was endowed with an astonishing fertility. The soil was blessed with such a fecund richness that one could almost believe that if you planted a pencil it would burst into flower. #Quote by Stephen Fry
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Troy Denning
#13. It was the perfect set. Theseus gave a great war cry and brought his sword arcing up toward Sheba's throat - but the monster of the labyrinth lives inside us all. She is the dark, devouring hunger that is never sated, the creeping shadow that ever plays the fiend to our seraphim, the secret rage hidden in our hearts; deny her, and we become her slaves; fight her, and we make her invincible. By now, you must know that no monster can ever be killed, not really - […] #Quote by Troy Denning
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Michael S. Horton
#14. Jesus Christ is called "the image of the invisible God" (Colossians 1:15). The Greek word used for image in the passage is eikon, from which we get the word icon. Jesus Christ is the only exact icon or physical representation of the invisible and unrepresentable deity. "For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form" (Colossians 2:9). This is what paganism attempts with its idols - having a point of contact with God. By being close to the idol, the worshiper hopes to be close to God, for to his mind the idol possesses some degree of deity in itself. But just as God ridiculed the pagan idols as being blind, deaf, and dumb, so surely did Jesus Christ not only possess sight, hearing, and speech but give sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, and speech to the dumb. He was God in the flesh, walking among us, talking to us, eating with us, weeping with us. #Quote by Michael S. Horton
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Jean-Luc Godard
#15. First there was Greek civilization. Then there was the Renaissance. Now we're entering the Age of the Ass. #Quote by Jean-Luc Godard
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Stacy Schiff
#16. For ten generations her family had styled themselves pharaohs. The Ptolemies were in fact Macedonian Greek, which makes Cleopatra approximately as Egyptian as Elizabeth Taylor. #Quote by Stacy Schiff
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Nevill Drury
#17. The teachings of Osho, in fact, encompass many religions, but he is not defined by any of them. He is an illuminating speaker on Zen, Taoism, Tibetan Buddhism, Christianity and ancient Greek philosophy ... and also a prolific author. #Quote by Nevill Drury
Eleutheria Greek quotes by E.F. Benson
#18. There were some hours to spare before his ship sailed, and having deposited his luggage, including a locked leather despatch-case, on board, he lunched at the Cafe Tewfik near the quay. There was a garden in front of it with palm trees and trellises gaily clad in bougainvillias: a low wooden rail separated it from the street, and Morris had a table close to this. As he ate he watched the polychromatic pageant of Eastern life passing by: there were Egyptian officials in broad-cloth frock coats and red fezzes; barefooted splay-toed fellahin in blue gabardines; veiled women in white making stealthy eyes at passers-by; half-naked gutter-snipe, one with a sprig of scarlet hibiscus behind his ear; travellers from India with solar tepees and an air of aloof British Superiority; dishevelled sons of the Prophet in green turbans, a stately sheik in a white burnous; French painted ladies of a professional class with lace-rimmed parasols and provocative glances; a wild-eyed dervish in an accordion-pleated skirt, chewing betel-nut and slightly foaming at the mouth. A Greek boot-black with box adorned with brass plaques tapped his brushes on it to encourage customers, an Egyptian girl squatted in the gutter beside a gramophone, steamers passing into the Canal hooted on their syrens.

("Monkeys") #Quote by E.F. Benson
Eleutheria Greek quotes by David Bohm
#19. i like to go into the roots of words, because they often show early insights, a fresh perception of meaning. the word 'economy' has a greek root, meaning 'household management'. we can say that there are so many households in the world and they all behave independently. in fact they are all interdependent. the earth is one household really, but we are not treating it that way. so the first step in economics is to say, the earth is one household, it is all one. #Quote by David Bohm
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Tom Wolfe
#20. I think of evolution as a myth, like the Norse myths, the Greek myths - anybody's myths. But it was created for a rational age. #Quote by Tom Wolfe
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Rick Riordan
#21. I sort of fell."
"Percy! Six hundred and thirty feet? #Quote by Rick Riordan
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Giles Milton
#22. desk simply to say: "Would you be willing to be parachuted into Greece next week?"' Woodhouse thought about it for a moment. 'There seemed no reason to say No, so I said Yes.'5 He reasoned that it would be a good opportunity to practise his Greek. #Quote by Giles Milton
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Otto E. Neugebauer
#23. It seems to me that all the evidence points to Apollonius as the founder of Greek mathematical astronomy. #Quote by Otto E. Neugebauer
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Nicola Yoon
#24. Fate has always been the realm of the gods, though even the gods are subject to it.
In ancient Greek mythology, the Three Sisters of Fate spin out a person's destiny within three nights of their birth. Imagine your newborn child in his nursery. It's dark and soft and warm, somewhere between two and four a.m., one of those hours that belong exclusively to the newly born or the dying.
The first sister - Clotho - appears next to you. She's a maiden, young and smooth. In her hands she holds a spindle, and on it she spins the thrads of your child's life.
Next to her is Lachesis, older and more matronly than her sister. In her hands, she holds the rod used to mesure the thread of life. The length and destiny of your child's life is in her hands.
Finally we have Atropos - old, haggardly. Inevitable. In her hands she holds the terrible shears she'll use to cut the thread of your child's life. She determines the time and manner of his or her death.
Imagine the awesome and awful sight of these three sisters pressed together, presiding over his crib, dermining his future.
In modern times, the sisters have largely disappeared from the collective consiousness, but the idea of Fate hasn't. Why do we still believe? Does itmake tragedy more bearable to believe that we ourselves had no hand in it, that we couldn't have prevented it? It was always ever thus.
Things happen for a reason, says Natasha's mother. What she means is Fate has a Reason and, though yo #Quote by Nicola Yoon
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Yanis Varoufakis
#25. The ancient Greek word for money, for currency, is 'nomisma.' It comes from the verb 'to imagine.'"

"So money has value to the extent that we imagine that it has value, according to the ancient Greeks. They knew that more than 2,000 years ago, and we kind of forget that simple, important notion at times. #Quote by Yanis Varoufakis
Eleutheria Greek quotes by C. Wright Mills
#26. If we accept the Greek's definition of the idiot as an altogether private man, then we must conclude that many American citizens are now idiots. And I should not be surprised, although I don't know, if there were some such idiots even in Germany. #Quote by C. Wright Mills
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Anonymous
#27. The word Gospel is from the Anglo-Saxon godspell, meaning "good news." Ultimately the word comes from the Greek euangelion, also meaning "good news." Gospel can mean the good news preached by Jesus, or the good news preached about Jesus. These two meanings are the ones found in the Bible. #Quote by Anonymous
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Hilary Mantel
#28. In the Convention tomorrow I shall put him up to confront Saint-Just. Imagine it. Our man the picture of starched rectitude, and looking as if he has just devoured a beefsteak; and Camille making a joke or two at our man's expense and then talking about '89. A cheap trick, but the galleries will cheer. This will make Saint-Just lose his temper-not easy, since he cultivates this Greek statue manner of his - but I guarantee that Camille can do it. As soon as our man begins to bawl and roar, Camille will fold up and look helpless. That will get Robespierre on his feet, and we will all generate one of these huge emotional scenes. I always win those. #Quote by Hilary Mantel
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Lisa Kessler
#29. Every generation, the nine daughters of Zeus are reborn, and with their rebirth are also nine Guardians. They will be marked by the gods, and given gifts to protect his treasure. Their abilities will only be unlocked when they find their muse. #Quote by Lisa Kessler
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Riley Redgate
#30. Life's not a Greek tragedy.'
After a long second, I shrugged. 'I mean, if you didn't sleep with your mom by mistake, that's fine, but don't go around acting all superior to the rest of us. #Quote by Riley Redgate
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Setta Jay
#31. Eyes open, Ileana," he growled. "I want you to see who's in you. Who gives you what you need. #Quote by Setta Jay
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Tarun J. Tejpal
#32. His copy was full of lofty echoes: Greek Tragedy; Damocle's sword; manna from heaven; the myth of Sisyphus; the last of the Mohicans; hydra-headed and Circe-voiced; experiments with truth; discovery of India; biblical resonance; the lessons of Vedanta; the centre does not hold; the road not taken; the mimic men; for whom the bell tolls; a hundred visions and revisions; the power and the glory; the heart of the matter; the heart of darkness; the agony and the ecstasy; sands of time; riddle of the Sphinx; test of tantalus; murmurs of mortality; Falstaffian figure; Dickensian darkness; ... #Quote by Tarun J. Tejpal
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Euripides
#33. In childbirth grief begins. #Quote by Euripides
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Amanda Carlson
#34. Who are you?" I asked as he turned and headed deeper into the cavern.
"I am Fenrir the Wolf."
"I'm sorry, did you say you're a wolf? #Quote by Amanda Carlson
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Arthur Koestler
#35. Laughter and weeping, the Greek masks of comedy and tragedy, mark the extremes of a continuous spectrum; both provide channels for the overflow of emotion; both are #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Julian May
#36. From space the little world looked like nothing much - perhaps a pitted and decaying pumpkin, dull orange-black in color, with a handful of tiny orbiting craft floating around it like fruit flies. Here and there amber lights shone out of craters in the surface. What seemed to be scores of deformed silver minnows nibbling the pumpkin rind - together with numbers of smaller noshmates - were actually huge transactinide carriers and lesser starships, either taking on fuel or docked nose-to-ground while their crews rested and recreated inside the not so heavenly body.

I have been told that the original Phlegethon of Greek mythology was a fiery river in Hades. Sheltok Concern owned a dozen or so similar way stations with brimstony names - Gehenna, Styx, Sheol, Tophet, Avernus, Niflheim, and the like - that served vessels bound to or fro the terrible R-class worlds where ultraheavy elements are mined. #Quote by Julian May
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Harold Bloom
#37. I think the Greek New Testament is the strongest and most successful misreading of a great prior text in the entire history of influence. #Quote by Harold Bloom
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Robin Lane Fox
#38. Alexander was not the first Greek to be honoured as a god for political favour ... #Quote by Robin Lane Fox
Eleutheria Greek quotes by W. H. Auden
#39. At first critics classified authors as Ancients, that is to say, Greek and Latin authors, and Moderns, that is to say, every post-Classical Author. Then they classified them by eras, the Augustans, the Victorians, etc., and now they classify them by decades, the writers of the '30's, '40's, etc. Very soon, it seems, they will be labeling authors, like automobiles, by the year. #Quote by W. H. Auden
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#40. Christianity was preached just on the basis of the fascination of this fanaticism, and that is what made it so attractive to the Greek and the Roman slaves. They believed that under the millennial religion there would be no more slavery, that there would be plenty to eat and drink; and, therefore, they flocked round the Christian standard. Those who preached the idea first were of course ignorant fanatics, but very sincere. In modern times this millennial aspiration takes the form of equality--of liberty, equality, and fraternity. This is also fanaticism. True #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Mary Smith
#41. He had piercing blue eyes, built like a Greek God and looks that a male model would sell their soul for #Quote by Mary Smith
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Amy Leigh Strickland
#42. I think I *was* the lightning. #Quote by Amy Leigh Strickland
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Robert L. Gallagher
#43. Our spaceman may, however, note that between the five groups he has visited there is a historical connection. It was Christians scattered from Jerusalem who first preached to Greeks and founded that vast Greek edifice he observed in 325; it is in Eastern Christianity that we must seek some of the important features and some of the power of Celtic Christian religion. That Celtic religion played a vital part in the gradual emergence of the religion of Exeter Hall. And the Cherubim and Seraphim now in Lagos are ultimately a result of the very sort of operations which were under discussion at the Exeter Hall meeting. #Quote by Robert L. Gallagher
Eleutheria Greek quotes by T.R. Glover
#44. What the Greek called "Panic" fears were attributed in Italy to Fauns.[ 37] "Trees, #Quote by T.R. Glover
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Andre Vltchek
#45. "Democracy" means nothing else other than, "rule of the people", in Greek. There is nothing democratic about the political concepts of the United States and Europe. #Quote by Andre Vltchek
Eleutheria Greek quotes by Lisa Kessler
#46. See. Told you I had sexy underwear."
"They're only sexy because you're in them. #Quote by Lisa Kessler

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