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Gigola Symbols quotes by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
#1. When man penetrates the mysteries of Nature, the "facts of Nature" become transparent symbols, revealing the "divine energies" and the "angelic" state which fallen man has lost, and which he may recover only for a moment, as when he is enraptured by the beauty of music or of a lovely face. At such moments man forgets his limited self, his individualistic dream, and participates in the cosmic dream, thus becoming freed from the prison of his own carnal soul. #Quote by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Gigola Symbols quotes by Pascal Mercier
#2. I love tunnels. They 're the symbol of hope: sometime it will be bright again.
If by chance it is not night. #Quote by Pascal Mercier
Gigola Symbols quotes by Adrienne Rich
#3. I am always interested in the ways of scoring the sound of the poem, especially a poem with long lines. Spaces within a line, double colons, slashes, are indications of pause, of breath, of urgency, they are not metrically exact as in a musical notation but they serve (I hope) to make the reader think about the sound of the poem - just as traffic symbols, when driving, make us almost unconsciously aware of a steep hill, an intersection, an icy bridge etc. #Quote by Adrienne Rich
Gigola Symbols quotes by Rosser Reeves
#4. They establish contact with the subconscious of the consumer below the word level. They do this with visual symbols instead of words ... They communicate faster. They are more direct. There is no work, no mental effort. Their sole purpose is to create images and moods. #Quote by Rosser Reeves
Gigola Symbols quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#5. A good symbol is the best argument, and is a missionary to persuade thousands. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Gigola Symbols quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#6. Drawn crudely in the dust of three window-panes were a swastika, a hammer and sickle, and the Stars and Stripes. I had drawn the three symbols weeks before, at the conclusion of an argument about patriotism with Kraft. I had given a hearty cheer for each symbol, demonstrating to Kraft the meaning of patriotism to, respectively, a Nazi, a Communist, and an American. "Hooray, hooray, hooray," I'd said. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Gigola Symbols quotes by John Keats
#7. When I behold, upon the night's starr'd face,
Huge cloudy symbols of a high romance,
And think that I may never live to trace
Their shadows, with the magic hand of chance ... #Quote by John Keats
Gigola Symbols quotes by Gunter Blobel
#8. Driving through Dresden, I still remember the many palaces, happily decorated with cherubs and other symbols of the baroque era. The city made an indelible impression on me. #Quote by Gunter Blobel
Gigola Symbols quotes by Melissa Jensen
#9. From: [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Date: November 21, 8:25 p.m.
Subject: Now I'm Sorry

I feel badly.

You probably feel worse.

My grandmother thinks canned tuna is a disaster waiting to happen. She used to stand in the door of the fridge and make protective hand symbols over my mom's letover tuna casserole. We don't keep Starkist in the house anymore.

Have a great TG.
-Ella. #Quote by Melissa Jensen
Gigola Symbols quotes by Slobodan Milosevic
#10. Countries under foreign command quickly forget their history, their past, their tradition, their national symbols, their way of living, often their own literary language. #Quote by Slobodan Milosevic
Gigola Symbols quotes by Adrian Cronauer
#11. Our flag is not just one of many political points of view. Rather, the flag is a symbol of our national unity. #Quote by Adrian Cronauer
Gigola Symbols quotes by Edward Frenkel
#12. The laws of Nature are written in the language of mathematics. Math is a way to describe reality and figure out how the world works, a universal language that has become the gold standard of truth. In our world, increasingly driven by science and technology, mathematics is becoming, ever more, the source of power, wealth, and progress. Hence those who are fluent in this new language will be on the cutting edge of progress. #Quote by Edward Frenkel
Gigola Symbols quotes by Wangari Maathai
#13. What a friend we have in a tree, the tree is the symbol of hope, self improvement and what people can do for themselves. #Quote by Wangari Maathai
Gigola Symbols quotes by Frederick Reiken
#14. In a world that was created by God's words, words are not symbols. They are things. You call a demon, you make a demon. You curse at God and you risk dying. #Quote by Frederick Reiken
Gigola Symbols quotes by William Thurston
#15. We humans have a wide range of abilities that help us perceive and analyze mathematical content. We perceive abstract notions not just through seeing but also by hearing, by feeling, by our sense of body motion and position. Our geometric and spatial skills are highly trainable, just as in other high-performance activities. In mathematics we can use the modules of our minds in flexible ways - even metaphorically. A whole-mind approach to mathematical thinking is vastly more effective than the common approach that manipulates only symbols. #Quote by William Thurston
Gigola Symbols quotes by Ellen G. White
#16. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them. [306] The second commandment forbids the worship of the true God by images or similitudes. Many heathen nations claimed that their images were mere figures or symbols by which the Deity was worshiped, but God has declared such worship to be sin. The attempt to represent the Eternal One by material objects would lower man's conception of God. The mind, turned away from the infinite perfection of Jehovah, would be attracted to the creature rather than to the Creator. And as his conceptions of God were lowered, so would man become degraded. #Quote by Ellen G. White
Gigola Symbols quotes by Angie Corbett-Kuiper
#17. We don't have to believe that the sign we see is our loved one. We just have to be open to the possibility it might be. #Quote by Angie Corbett-Kuiper
Gigola Symbols quotes by Dick Armey
#18. [T]he tax code has been piling up, year after year, a symbol of everything gone wrong in America, of arrogant rulers and lost freedom, just waiting for us to pick the whole thing up and heave it away. It has to happen. Free people can put up with such laws only for so long. #Quote by Dick Armey
Gigola Symbols quotes by Tobias Dantzig
#19. The practical man demands an appearance of reality at least. Always dealing in the concrete, he regards mathematical terms not as symbols or thought but as images of reality. A system acceptable to the mathematician because of its inner consistency may appear to the practical man to be full of contradictions because of the incomplete manner in which it represents reality. #Quote by Tobias Dantzig
Gigola Symbols quotes by Kirker Butler
#20. After drinking too many banana daiquiris, Miranda staggered into a beachside tattoo parlor in Gulf Shores, Alabama, and got the Chinese symbols for "peace" and "harmony" tattooed on her ankle. Years later she discovered the symbols actually translated to "rabbit nephew," and she cried for three days. #Quote by Kirker Butler
Gigola Symbols quotes by Kristian Williams
#21. The victims of right-wing violence are typically immigrants, Muslims, and people of color, while the targets of environmental and animal rights activism are among "the most powerful corporations on the planet" - hence the state's relative indifference to the one and obsession with the other.

The broader pattern helps to explain one partial exception to the left/right gap in official scrutiny - namely, the domestic aspects of the "War on Terror." Al Qaeda is clearly a reactionary organization. Like much of the American far right, it is theocratic, anti-Semitic, and patriarchal. Like Timothy McVeigh, the 9/11 hijackers attacked symbols of institutional power, killing a great many innocent people to further their cause. But while the state's bias favors the right over the left, the Islamists were the wrong kind of right-wing fanatic. These right-wing terrorists were foreigners, they were Muslim, and above all they were not white. And so, in retrospect and by comparison, the state's response to the Oklahoma City bombing seems relatively restrained - short-lived, focused, selectively targeting unlawful behavior for prosecution. The government's reaction to the September 11th attacks has been something else entirely - an open-ended war fought at home and abroad, using all variety of legal, illegal, and extra-legal military, police, and intelligence tactics, arbitrarily jailing large numbers of people and spying on entire communities of immigrants, Muslims, and Middle #Quote by Kristian Williams
Gigola Symbols quotes by C. G. Jung
#22. The alchemist saw the union of opposites under the symbol of the tree, and it is therefore not surprising that the unconscious of present-day man, who no longer feels at home in his world and can base his existence neither on the past that is no more nor on the future that is yet to be, should hark back to the symbol of the cosmic tree rooted in this world and growing up to heaven - the tree that is also man. In the history of symbols this tree is described as the way of life itself, a growing into that which eternally is and does not change; which springs from the union of opposites and, by its eternal presence, also makes that union possible. It seems as if it were only through an experience of symbolic reality that man, vainly seeking his own "existence" and making a philosophy out of it, can find his way back to a world in which he is no longer a stranger. #Quote by C. G. Jung
Gigola Symbols quotes by Stefan Heym
#23. The Wall was the actual symbol of a defeat, of inferiority. #Quote by Stefan Heym
Gigola Symbols quotes by Mustafa Akyol
#24. While no Muslim worthy of his name would lose his respect for God, the Prophet Muhammad, and other symbols of Islam, he might well refrain from using legal prosecution or violent reaction to those who do not show the same respect. My basis for this claim is nothing other than the holiest source of Islam, the Quran. #Quote by Mustafa Akyol
Gigola Symbols quotes by Heather  Marsh
#25. As information and voice amplification become the new symbols of power, those who would assume control of society have moved to hoard voice amplification and control the message received by the public in new ways. #Quote by Heather Marsh
Gigola Symbols quotes by Otto Hahn
#26. As chemists, we must rename [our] scheme and insert the symbols Ba, La, Ce in place of Ra, Ac, Th. As nuclear chemists closely associated with physics, we cannot yet convince ourselves to make this leap, which contradicts all previous experience in nuclear physics. #Quote by Otto Hahn
Gigola Symbols quotes by Aldous Huxley
#27. To make biological survival possible, Mind at Large has to be funnelled through the reducing valve of the brain and nervous system. What comes out at the other end is a measly trickle of the kind of consciousness which will help us to stay alive on the surface of this particular planet. To formulate and express the contents of this reduced awareness, man has invented and endlessly elaborated those symbol-systems and implicit philosophies which we call languages. Every individual is at once the beneficiary and the victim of the linguistic tradition into which he or she has been born
the beneficiary inasmuch as language gives access to he accumulated records of other people's experience, the victim in so far as it confirms him in the belief that reduced awareness is the only awareness and as it be-devils his sense of reality, so that he is all too apt to take his concepts for data, his words for actual things. #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Gigola Symbols quotes by George Henry Lewes
#28. Language, after all, is only the use of symbols, and Art also can only affect us through symbols. #Quote by George Henry Lewes
Gigola Symbols quotes by Steven Weber
#29. Let me go out on a limb and suggest that those who see hints of a new class ideology developing around information technology are not necessarily wild-eyed. "Bit-twiddlers" are neither exactly proletariat nor bourgeoisie. They may not own the means of production in the sense that Marx argued, but they certainly do have significantly control over those means, in a more profound way than the term "symbols analysts" or "knowledge workers" captures. As a rough generalization, they value science and technological problem-solving elegance equally at least with profit. #Quote by Steven Weber
Gigola Symbols quotes by Jeff McBride
#30. HAIL HERMES! Mr. Lantiere has created something very special for all of us who love the history of mystery. The Magicician's Wand book opens doors to the past where we have an opportunity to explore the deeper meanings, myths and symbols of our art. #Quote by Jeff McBride
Gigola Symbols quotes by Richard Wright
#31. There was a hunger for power reaching out of the senses of man and trying to say something in the symbols of action. #Quote by Richard Wright
Gigola Symbols quotes by Lyndon B. Johnson
#32. Guns and bombs, rockets and warships, are all symbols of human failure. #Quote by Lyndon B. Johnson
Gigola Symbols quotes by Bruce C. Hafen
#33. You must realize that the true desire to express affection can be motivated by things other than true love ... In short, one might simply say: save your kisses
you might need them someday. And when anyof you
men and women
are given entrance to the heart of a trusting young friend, you stand on holy ground. In such a place you must be honest with yourself
and with your friend
about love and the expression of it's symbols. #Quote by Bruce C. Hafen
Gigola Symbols quotes by Arthur Koestler
#34. If there is a lesson in our story it is that the manipulation, according to strictly self-consistent rules, of a set of symbols representing one single aspect of the phenomena may produce correct, verifiable predictions, and yet completely ignore all other aspects whose ensemble constitutes reality ... #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Gigola Symbols quotes by Jon Landau
#35. To her audience, Janis Joplin has remained a symbol, artifact and reminder of late Sixties youth culture. Her popularity never derived from her musical ability, but from her capacity to link her fantasies of freedom and immortality with ours. #Quote by Jon Landau
Gigola Symbols quotes by Andrew Klavan
#36. the ultimate irrational prejudice of the human mind: the belief that the symbols of reality are more real than the reality they symbolize. That's us all over. We believe that money is more valuable than the work it represents, that sex is more essential than the love it expresses, that an actor is more admirable than the hero he portrays, that flesh is more alive than spirit. That's the whole nature of our deluded lives, the cause of so much of our misery. One by one, we let idolatry ruin each good thing. Without faith, we can't help ourselves. Without faith, we can no more see through our materialist prejudice than we can see through the big blue bowl of the sky and into the eternity beyond. The choice between idolatry and faith - which is ultimately the choice between slavery in the flesh and freedom in the spirit - is the only real choice we have to make. I #Quote by Andrew Klavan
Gigola Symbols quotes by Pamela Love
#37. As far as inspiration goes, I'm constantly inspired by traveling, symbols, magic and different cultural traditions around the world. #Quote by Pamela Love
Gigola Symbols quotes by Grace Lee Boggs
#38. Still, it becomes clearer every day that organizing or joining massive protests and demanding new policies fail to sufficiently address the crisis we face. They may demonstrate that we are on the right side politically, but they are not transformative enough. They do not change the cultural images or the symbols that play such a pivotal role in molding us into who we are. #Quote by Grace Lee Boggs
Gigola Symbols quotes by George C. Marshall
#39. We are determined that before the sun sets on this terrible struggle, Our Flag will be recognized throughout the World as a symbol of Freedom on the one hand and of overwhelming force on the other. #Quote by George C. Marshall
Gigola Symbols quotes by Mary Pratt
#40. The reality comes first, and the symbol comes after. I see these things, and suddenly they become symbolic of life. #Quote by Mary Pratt
Gigola Symbols quotes by Thomas Carlyle
#41. The universe is but one vast Symbol of God. #Quote by Thomas Carlyle
Gigola Symbols quotes by Wendell Phillips
#42. No free people can lose their liberties while they are jealous of liberty. But the liberties of the freest people are in danger when they set up symbols of liberty as fetishes, worshipping the symbol instead of the principle it represents. #Quote by Wendell Phillips
Gigola Symbols quotes by Vasily Grossman
#43. The sea was not freedom; it was a likeness of freedom, a symbol of freedom ... How splendid freedom must be if a mere likeness of it, a mere reminder of it, is enough to fill a man with happiness. #Quote by Vasily Grossman
Gigola Symbols quotes by Erich Neumann
#44. The way of the unconscious is different. Symbols gather round the thing to be explained, understood, interpreted. The act of becoming conscious consists in the concentric grouping of symbols around the object, all circumscribing and describing the unknown from many sides. Each symbol lays bare another essential side of the object to be grasped, points to another facet of meaning. Only the canon of these symbols congregating about the center in question, the coherent symbol group, can lead to an understanding of what the symbols point to and of what they are trying to express. #Quote by Erich Neumann
Gigola Symbols quotes by Arthur Miller
#45. In a dream, we are simply confronted with various loaded symbols, and where one is exhausted, it gives way to another. #Quote by Arthur Miller

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