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Essaadi Gardens quotes by Robert Bridges
#1. My delight and thy delight Walking, like two angels white, In the gardens of the night. #Quote by Robert Bridges
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Rosalie Parker
#2. You're not a gardener, are you? So perhaps you don't know that once a garden is established, much of good gardening is about removal rather than planting, honing what you have to produce a pleasing effect, sacrificing the particular for the good of the whole. Gardening is a creative pastime, but the result is always a work in progress; unlike a painting or a piece of music a garden is never fixed in time. ("In The Garden") #Quote by Rosalie Parker
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Amy Layne Litzelman
#3. You know, we can quote the written Word all day to our friends, but nothing will touch them like our own hunger and love for the Word himself. It is not dutiful love that attracts but love freely lavished from a heart familiar with the gardens of heaven. #Quote by Amy Layne Litzelman
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Bridie Hall
#4. Did you go see the .... gardens?"
"I loved them," she said ... "I went there almost every day and watched the people. It was almost like a gallery, but the pictures were alive. #Quote by Bridie Hall
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Rumi
#5. Pull the thorn of existence out of the heart! Fast!
For when you do, you will see thousands of rose gardens in yourself. #Quote by Rumi
Essaadi Gardens quotes by S.K. Rizzolo
#6. At dusk in the Temple Gardens the barrier between past and present turned fluid and ghosts walked. Here and there if Buckler looked closely he caught a glimpse of knights filing toward the ancient round Church, heads bowed in penitence…Buckler didn't mind the spirits. In fact, he preferred their company to that of the general run of human. For the ghosts reminded him that man's petty cares, so all consuming in life, would one day become nothing more than fit matter for an amusing story. #Quote by S.K. Rizzolo
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Marty Rubin
#7. Love without happiness is like a garden without flowers. I don't believe in it. #Quote by Marty Rubin
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Muhammad Iqbal
#8. Nahin Minnatkash-e-Taab-e-Shaneedan Dastan Meri
Khamoshi Guftugu Hai, Be-Zubani Hai Zuban Meri

My story is not indebted to the patience of being heard
My silence is my talk, my speechlessness is my speech

Ye Dastoor-e-Zuban Bandi Hai Kaisa Teri Mehfil Mein
Yahan To Baat Karne Ko Tarasti Hai Zuban Meri

Why does this custom of silencing exist in your assembly?
My tongue is tantalized to talk in this assembly

Uthaye Kuch Waraq Lale Ne, Kuch Nargis Ne, Kuch Gul Ne
Chaman Mein Har Taraf Bikhri Huwi Hai Dastan Meri

Some leaves were picked up by the tulip, some by the narcissus, some by the rose
My story is scattered around everywhere in the garden

Urha Li Qumriyon Ne, Tootiyon Ne, Andleebon Ne
Chaman Walon Ne Mil Kar Loot Li Tarz-e-Faghan Meri

The turtle‐doves, parrots, and nightingales pilfered away
The garden's denizens jointly robbed away my plaintive way

Tapak Ae Shama Ansu Ban Ke Parwane Ki Ankhon Se
Sarapa Darun Hun, Hasrat Bhari Hai Dastan Meri

O Candle! Drip like tears from the eye of the moth
Head to foot pathos I am, full of longing is my story #Quote by Muhammad Iqbal
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Rainer Maria Rilke
#9. You, Beloved, who are all the gardens I have ever gazed at, longing. An open window in a country house
, and you almost stepped out, pensive, to meet me. Streets that I chanced upon,
you had just walked down them and vanished. And sometimes, in a shop, the mirrors were still dizzy with your presence and, startled, gave back my too-sudden image. Who knows? Perhaps the same bird echoed through both of us yesterday, separate, in the evening ... #Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke
Essaadi Gardens quotes by F Scott Fitzgerald
#10. In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars. #Quote by F Scott Fitzgerald
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Jaclyn Dolamore
#11. They were full of mysteries and secrets, like ... like poems turned into landscapes."
"'Poems turned into landscapes.'" he murmured with a slight smile. "And what of Vestenveld's gardens? Do you see poems in them?"
"Your gardens are like your country's poetry. Very frilly and organized. #Quote by Jaclyn Dolamore
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Rula Jebreal
#12. My first memory as a child growing up is of playing in the gardens, the mosque is really a gigantic garden, probably the biggest in all of East Jerusalem. Our house was about 100 meters from the mosque. #Quote by Rula Jebreal
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Peggy M. McAloon
#13. Elle got up and walked over to the window. She put her hands up on the clear glass and surveyed the vast gardens below. Fiorins stood in clusters outside the castle-like structure. They whispered. Some simply stood and looked up at her.

One Fiorin put his hand over his heart. And then another and another followed his lead. Soon, Fiorins flew from all corners of Fiori. They stood with their hands over their hearts, looking up at her., They were smiling. She felt her hear grow warm. This was what love felt like. This was the inspiration that every child on Earth deserved. #Quote by Peggy M. McAloon
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Randy Alcorn
#14. If Miss Watson had told Huck what the Bible says about living in a resurrected body and being with people we love on a resurrected Earth with gardens and rivers and mountains and untold adventures
now that would have gotten his attention. #Quote by Randy Alcorn
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#15. Some of the domestic evils of drunkenness are houses without windows, gardens without fences, fields without tillage, barns without roofs, children without clothing, principles, morals or manners. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Adelaide Crapsey
#16. Oh Lady, let the sad tears fall
To speak thy pain,
Gently as through the silver dusk
The silver rain.
Oh, let thy bosom breathe its grief
In such soft sigh
As hath the wind in gardens where
Pale roses die. #Quote by Adelaide Crapsey
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Voltaire
#17. I also know that we should cultivate our gardens. #Quote by Voltaire
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Amor Towles
#18. Dutifully, the Count put the spoon in his mouth. In an instant, there was the familiar sweetness of fresh honey---sunlit, golden, and gay. Given the time of year, the Count was expecting this first impression to be followed by a hint of lilacs from the Alexander Gardens or cherry blossoms from the Garden Ring. But as the elixir dissolved on his tongue, the Count became aware of something else entirely. Rather than the flowering trees of Central Moscow, the honey had a hint of a grassy riverbank.....the trace of a summer breeze......a suggestion of a pergola.....But most of all there was the unmistakable essence of a thousand apple trees in bloom.
"Nizhny Novgorod", he said.
And it was. #Quote by Amor Towles
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#19. The scent of flowers is the glory of gardens and the scent of art is the glory of Paris! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Tony Hayden
#20. Sometimes, only bloodshed can replenish the garden's soil. #Quote by Tony Hayden
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Guy Gavriel Kay
#21. In all the lands ruled by that City, with its domes and its bronze and golden doors, its palaces and gardens and statues, forums and theatres and colonnades, bathhouses and shops and guildhalls, taverns and whorehouses and sanctuaries and the great Hippodrome, its triple landward walls that had never yet been breached, and its deep, sheltered harbour and the guarded and guarding seas, there was a timeworn phrase that had the same meaning in every tongue and every dialect.

To say of a man that he was sailing to Sarantium was to say that his life was on the cusp of change: poised for emergent greatness, brilliance, fortune – or else at the very precipice of a final and absolute fall as he met something to vast for his capacity.

Valerius the Trakesian had become an Emperor. #Quote by Guy Gavriel Kay
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Bryant McGill
#22. We must plant trees, grow gardens instead of lawns, ride bicycles when we can and support responsible local businesses over big brands. #Quote by Bryant McGill
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Jamie Durie
#23. Today's gardens have become far more than things of beauty. And today's generation is fast finding out that backyards can be an extremely resourceful and powerful tool in not just providing food for the family but also a brilliant way of connecting children with the natural world. #Quote by Jamie Durie
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Bob Sheppard
#24. I was born in Queens and spent many years there. After I got married, I moved to Kew Gardens, then moved to Baldwin, Long Island, where I still reside. #Quote by Bob Sheppard
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Shannon Wiersbitzky
#25. Most folks probably think that gardens only get tended when they're blooming. But most folks would be wrong. #Quote by Shannon Wiersbitzky
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Tor Udall
#26. They talked in the supermarket, the butcher's and the post office of how they had watched a child collecting twigs, or was it flowers...? How they had noticed the sky, what a blue sky there was that day. Chloe remembers her walking through the trees, the branches growing bigger until she couldn't see her any more. A child had been lost and Kew would never be the same. #Quote by Tor Udall
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Melanie Dobson
#27. A butterfly fluttered from flower to flower in the old garden, gracing the silvery-blue tips of the crocuses and what remained of the icy-white petals of the lady's prized tulips. The yellow strands on the butterfly's wings shimmered in the fading light, and Libby watched the creature in its journey, mesmerized by the graceful rise and fall of its dance.
Her arms outstretched, Libby twirled around like she had as a girl, embracing the last rays of sunlight. Here in this garden, she was as free as the butterfly. Here she didn't have to hide.
The butterfly climbed above the flowers and soared toward the lily pond. Beyond the pond were more flowers, hundreds of them, and then the trees.
Soon the butterfly would curl up under a rock or leaf and rest for the night, hiding in the darkness, alone and vulnerable until the sun powered her wings again at dawn.
Libby trailed the creature around the pond to see where it would land. If the night stayed warm, she might curl up beside the butterfly to rest, but not now. She no longer had to hide in these gardens.
Soon the moonlight would glaze the paths with gold, and she would explore for hours, enveloped in the shadows and the light. #Quote by Melanie Dobson
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Philip Appleman
Gertrude Appleman, 1901-1976

God is all-knowing, all-present, and almighty.

--A Catechism of Christian Doctrine

I wish that all the people
who peddle God
could watch my mother die:
could see the skin and
gristle weighing only
seventy-nine, every stubborn
pound of flesh a small

I wish the people who peddle God
could see her young,
lovely in gardens and
beautiful in kitchens, and could watch
the hand of God slowly
twisting her knees and fingers
till they gnarled and knotted, settling in
for thirty years of pain.

I wish the people who peddle God
could see the lightning
of His cancer stabbing
her, that small frame
tensing at every shock,
her sweet contralto scratchy with
the Lord's infection: Philip,
I want to die.

I wish I had them gathered round,
those preachers, popes, rabbis,
imams, priests – every
pious shill on God's payroll – and I
would pull the sheets from my mother's brittle body,
and they would fall on their knees at her bedside
to be forgiven all their
faith. #Quote by Philip Appleman
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Elizabeth Von Arnim
#29. The garden is the place I go for refuge and shelter, not the house. In the house are duties and annoyances, servants to exhort and admonish, furniture, and meals; but out there blessings crowd round me at every step
it is there that I am sorry for the unkindness in me, for those selfish thoughts that are so much worse than they feel; it is there that all my sins and silliness are forgiven, there that I feel protected and at home, and every flower and weed is a friend and every tree a lover. When I have been vexed I run to them for comfort, and when I have been angry without just cause, it is there I find absolution. Did ever a woman have so many friends? And always the same, always ready to welcome me and fill me with cheerful thoughts. Happy children of a common Father, why should I, their own sister, be less content and joyous than they? #Quote by Elizabeth Von Arnim
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Barbara Kingsolver
#30. Modern US consumers now get to taste less than 1 percent of the vegetable varieties that were grown here a century ago. Those old-timers now lurk only in backyard gardens and on farms that specialize in direct sales
if they survive at all. Many heirlooms have been lost entirely. #Quote by Barbara Kingsolver
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Lewis Carroll
#31. In most gardens", the Tiger-lily said, "they make the beds too soft-so that the flowers are always asleep. #Quote by Lewis Carroll
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Lafcadio Hearn
#32. In order to comprehend the beauty of a Japanese garden, it is necessary to understand - or at least to learn to understand - the beauty of stone. #Quote by Lafcadio Hearn
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Catherine Ryan Hyde
#33. On the way up the walk I took in the weedless border gardens, the two floors of smudgeless windows, and I wondered, when a person does all this, do they have time left over for other things? #Quote by Catherine Ryan Hyde
Essaadi Gardens quotes by T. S. Eliot
#34. The suburban evening was grey and yellow on Sunday; the gardens of the small houses to left and right were rank with ivy and tall grass and lilac bushes; the tropical South London verdure was dusty above and mouldy below; the tepid air swarmed with flies. Eeldrop, at the window, welcomed the smoky smell of lilac, the gramaphones, the choir of the Baptist chapel, and the sight of three small girls playing cards on the steps of the police station. #Quote by T. S. Eliot
Essaadi Gardens quotes by Margaret Atwood
#35. Thus on Predator Day we meditate on the Alpha Predator aspects of God. The suddenness and ferocity with which an apprehension of the Divine may appear to us; our smallness and fearfulness-may I say, our Mouselikeness-in the face of such Power; our feelings of individual annihilation in the brightness of that splendid Light. God walks in the tender dawn Gardens of the mind, but He also prowls in its night Forests. He is not a tame Being, my Friends: he is a wild Being, and cannot be summoned and controlled like a Dog.-Adam One #Quote by Margaret Atwood

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