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Hanging Hearts With quotes by T. Afsin Ilgar
#1. Love is an art, Berk. Just like painting or music. Some painters draw mere lines, scratches on the canvas and call them art; some paint stars studded skies like van Gogh; or Chopin's music conquers the hearts of millions while the execrable disco music blaring out of the open windows of a car have also their audience. Some describe love in high-flown flowery language and you identify yourself with the hero and the heroine and feel yourself in the seventh heaven while some give such a lamentable picture of it that you almost curse it! #Quote by T. Afsin Ilgar
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Fazlur Rahman
#2. The idea behind verses about the sealing of hearts appears to be the psychological law that if a person once does a good or an evil deed, his chances of repeating that kind of action increase and of doing its opposite proportionately decrease. With constant repetition of an evil or of a good action, it becomes almost impossible for a person to do the opposite, or even to think of it, so much so that while men's hearts become "sealed" and their eyes "blinded" if they do evil, their doing good produces such a state of mind that the devil himself can have no sway over it. Nevertheless, actions which create a psychological habit, however strong their influence may be, must not be construed as absolute determinants, for there is no "point of no return" for human behavior: genuine repentance (tauba) can turn an apparently wholly evil man into a paragon of virtue; on the other hand, although this is much more rare, an apparent paragon of virtue (even a prophet!) can turn into a near devil enmeshed in carnal pleasures . #Quote by Fazlur Rahman
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#3. When people pass on we must choose how to remember them. While our loved ones sleep for eternity we must carry on with our daily toil. We can elect to harbor adoration and love in our precious memories or cling to animosity and detestation. We can kindly remember our ancestors or continue to feel embedded enmity towards people who no longer walk this earth. Regardless the human frailties of the recently departed, it seems that we should aspire to clutch the best part of our ancestors being fast to our hearts. A book encapsulating a departed person's life has many pages; we must choose which chapters to treasure and what chapters to disregard or downplay. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Jennifer Murgia
#4. Write to your heart's content and by all means, have fun with your creation. It's your moment to do absolutely anything within those pages. #Quote by Jennifer Murgia
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Shakieb Orgunwall
#5. With some we're certain our hearts must've been acquainted long before we have ever met them. #Quote by Shakieb Orgunwall
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Tom Robbins
#6. In a society that is essentially designed to organize, direct, and gratify mass impulses, what is there to minister to the silent zones of man as an individual? Religion? Art? Nature? No, the church has turned religion into standardized public spectacle, and the museum has done the same for art. The Grand Canyon and Niagara Falls have been looked at so much that they've become effete, sucked empty by too many stupid eyes. What is there to minister to the silent zones of man as an individual? How about a cold chicken bone on a paper plate at midnight, how about a lurid lipstick lengthening or shortening at your command, how about a Styrofoam nest abandoned by a 'bird' you've never known, how about a pair of windshield wipers pursuing one another futilely while you drive home alone through a downpour, how about something beneath a seat touched by your shoe at the movies, how about worn pencils, cute forks, fat little radios, boxes of bow ties, and bubbles on the side of a bathtub? Yes, these are the things, these kite strings and olive oil cans and Valentine hearts stuffed with nougat, that form the bond between the autistic vision and the experiential world, it is to show these things in their true mysterious light that is the purpose of the moon. #Quote by Tom Robbins
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Amie Kaufman
#7. It's so beautiful," she whispers, face tilted up toward the domed ceiling and walls covered in the fractured rainbows. "Do you think they knew?" She finally tears her gaze away, just enough to look up at me. "Knew what beauty was?"

My heart's slamming against my chest, and it's not just that I'm holding her in my arms again, that I'm gazing down at her, her mouth only a breath from mine. It's that in this instant, she's me, back in Valencia. Opening herself to exploration. To curiosity. It's not just that for a moment she's sharing in my thrill of discovery. She's experiencing it. She understands.

As she reaches out across the millennia to the Undying, to wonder if they knew what beauty was, to wonder why they created something so delicate and perfect, she's opening her mind to all the possibilities they represent.

She's communicating with them, by picking up the stories they left behind and adding her own words, asking her own questions. This is what I do – what exploration and archeology is – and in this moment, Mia's in it with me. #Quote by Amie Kaufman
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Saul Bellow
#8. I've discovered that rejections are not altogether a bad thing. They teach a writer to rely on his own judgment and to say in his heart of hearts, To hell with you. #Quote by Saul Bellow
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Gregory N. Stephanopoulos
#9. I believe in original sin … I know that I'm capable of craving a cold beer in a village of starving kids … I understand that selfishness vies for space in our hearts with compassion … #Quote by Gregory N. Stephanopoulos
Hanging Hearts With quotes by SD Simper
#10. But all things heal with time - even trust and broken hearts. I forgive you. #Quote by SD Simper
Hanging Hearts With quotes by E.B. White
#11. I find this morning that what I most vividly and longingly recall is the sight of my grandson and his little sunburnt sister returning to their kitchen door from an excursion, with trophies of the meadow clutched in their hands - she with a couple of violets, and smiling, he serious and holding dandelions, strangling them in a responsible grip. Children hold spring so tightly in their brown fists - just as grownups, who are less sure of it, hold it in their hearts. #Quote by E.B. White
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Joyce Meyer
#12. Worship is much more than just singing songs. In fact, true worship is first and foremost a condition of heart and a state of mind. We can be worshipping passionately without singing a single note. Worship is born in our hearts; it fills our thoughts and then it is expressed through our mouths and through our bodies. If our hearts are filled with awe for God, we may want to sing, dance, clap, or lift up our hands in worship. We may also be reverently silent and still before God. We may desire to give offerings or offer other forms of outward expression of love for God. But any of these actions done without a right heart are simply formalism and meaningless to God. #Quote by Joyce Meyer
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Charles Bukowski
#13. I like women who haven't lived with too many men.
I don't expect virginity but I simply prefer women
who haven't been rubbed raw by experience.
There is a quality about women who choose
men sparingly;
it appears in their walk
in their eyes
in their laughter and in their
gentle hearts.
Women who have had too many men
seem to choose the next one
out of revenge rather than with
feeling.
When you play the field selfishly everything
works against you:
one can't insist on love or
demand affection.
You're finally left with whatever
you have been willing to give
which often is:
nothing. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Hamza Yusuf
#14. It is from the unseen world that the phenomenal world emerges, and it is from the unseen realm of our hearts that all actions spring. The well-known civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. said that in order for people to condemn injustice, they must go through four stages. The first stage is that people must ascertain that indeed injustices are being perpetrated. In his case, it was injustices against African Americans in the United States. The second stage is to negotiate, that is, approach the oppressor and demand justice. If the oppressor refuses, King said that the third stage is self-purification, which starts with the question: "Are we ourselves wrongdoers? Are we ourselves oppressors?" The fourth stage, then, is to take action after true self-examination, after removing one's own wrongs before demanding justice from others. #Quote by Hamza Yusuf
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Brene Brown
#15. If we're going to put ourselves out there and love with our whole hearts, we're going to experience heartbreak. #Quote by Brene Brown
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Michael Phillips
#16. We are not at the end of a rope, as it's so easy to think. Humanity can yet choose to turn direction. The moment has come to leap into action with glad hearts. The seeds are germinating. The fungi are willing. And we must be, too. #Quote by Michael Phillips
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Henry Miller
#17. I hear people talking about peace and their faces are clouded with anger or with hatred or with scorn and disdain, with pride and arrogance. There are people who want to fight to bring about peace - the most deluded souls of all. There will be no peace until murder is eliminated from the heart and mind. Murder is the apex of the broad pyramid whose base is the self. That which stands will have to fall. Everything which man has fought for will have to be relinquished before he can begin to live as man. Up till now he has been a sick beast and even his divinity stinks. He is master of many worlds and in his own he is a slave. What rules the world is the heart, not the brain. In every realm our conquests bring only death. We have turned our backs on the one realm wherein freedom lies. At Epidaurus, in the stillness, in the great peace that came over me, I heard the heart of the world beat I know what the cure is: it is to give up, to relinquish, to surrender, so that our little hearts may beat in unison with the great heart of the world. #Quote by Henry Miller
Hanging Hearts With quotes by John Grogan
#18. Animal lovers are a special breed of humans, generous of spirit, full of empathy, perhaps a little prone to sentimentality, and with hearts as big as a cloudless sky #Quote by John Grogan
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Camron Wright
#19. Sang Ly, the desire to believe, to look forward to better days, to want them, to expect them-it seems to be ingrained in our being. Whether we like it or not, hope is written so deeply into our hearts that we just can't help ourselves, no matter how hard we try otherwise.we love the story because we are Sarann or Tattercoats or Cinderella. We all struggle with the same problems and doubts. We all long for the day when we'll get our own reward. We all harbor hope- #Quote by Camron Wright
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Thomas Watson
#20. Are these the duties I required? I called for the heart and spirit and you bring nothing but the carcass of duty. Should I receive this?" "The Lord says These people come near to me with their mouth and honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me." Isaiah 29:13 #Quote by Thomas Watson
Hanging Hearts With quotes by David Platt
#21. If we were left to ourselves with the task of taking the gospel to the world, we would immediately begin planning innovative strategies and plotting elaborate schemes. We would organize conventions, develop programs, and create foundations ... But Jesus is so different from us. With the task of taking the gospel to the world, he wandered through the streets and byways ... All He wanted was a few men who would think as He did, love as He did, see as He did, teach as He did and serve as He did. All He needed was to revolutionize the hearts of a few, and they would impact the world. #Quote by David Platt
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#22. Thing is, we love the game we play, the way we provoke each other, we thrive on it. And that was a trait I couldn't wait to explore in bed with him. People say opposites attract and that's true, they do - combustively, and short-term. I think it's those with like minds and hearts that succeed long-term. #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Bulleh Shah
#23. God is found by those,
With kind hearts. #Quote by Bulleh Shah
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Max  Walker
#24. I'm Always With You, I'll Always Love You, I'll Always Keep You In My Heart's Memory. #Quote by Max Walker
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Dan Smith
#25. But I couldn't be sure we wouldn't all die here on the steppe with snow in our mouths and holes in our hearts. #Quote by Dan Smith
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Craig D. Lounsbrough
#26. Whether you've ever considered it or not, you're an author. And the stories that you write are penned across the hearts of your children. Therefore, be careful with the pen because you're writing on some very precious paper. #Quote by Craig D. Lounsbrough
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Somya Kedia
#27. To talk to a person with a disability.
You have to connect two hearts. Yours and theirs! Fortunately Emotional Language here is better understood than Practical Knowledge. #Quote by Somya Kedia
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Asrarabdulghani
#28. Destinations are nothing but geographic borders set by humans throughout history and subject to change. Opposite to the places we designed in our hearts for special people we choose; such destinations are set by the soul and can never be diminished by time. When given such a majestic position; cities are just names with population and time is just a number the universe follows and days are a system of order. Therefore, that person is with you to the extent that he/she become a subconscious part of your personality and any form of limitation seems irrelevant. #Quote by Asrarabdulghani
Hanging Hearts With quotes by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
#29. The ancients wrested the secrets from the depths of the earth and from the hearts of the stars, and with those secrets they banished sickness, death, and all forms of discomfort. And sickness, death, and discomfort gathered together and created the demons, and the demons destroyed the ancients. #Quote by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#30. When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love. Love is the missing factor; there is a lack of affection, of warmth in relationship; and because we lack that love, that tenderness, that generosity, that mercy in relationship, we escape into mass action which produces further confusion, further misery. We fill our hearts with blueprints for world reform and do not look to that one resolving factor which is love. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Hanging Hearts With quotes by Hillary Clinton
#31. Among the most striking things that I have learned is how much we have in common. I've sat down with people everywhere, discussing what was in their hearts and on their minds. And it doesn't take long to find commonality, which is often overlooked, ignored, dismissed, and rejected otherwise. #Quote by Hillary Clinton
Hanging Hearts With quotes by T.D. Badyna
#32. You wonder what had happened, when a feller like that, in a place like that, talked of a childhood that might have as easily belonged to a millionaire, a lawyer, a schoolteacher, you. You had to think he was defective somehow, or had fucked up not once, not twice, but again and again, a peculiar resolve to his life. That was the thing, that resolve. We didn't credit it. You looked at him and your brain said he was on the losing end of one of the two bargains that America made with you. There was the romantic one, that of the rambler, the man out seeking his destiny, living by his wits, all that horseshit. Then there was the classical American dare, that you could risk all, take an internal grudge and make of it a billion dollars and get a monumental tomb in the bargain. But the truth was neither. America was a grindstone. She used those notions as twin abrasives to wear you down into a dutiful drudge walking the straight and narrow. But there was something in the hearts of the some men, some of whom became Fritz, that wouldn't accept that. These men in crummy bars, some of them, most of them, they were main-chance fellers. You could take ten of these wrecks and offer them a salesman's job, a dozen white shirts and ties, forty Gs a year and perks, a neat house on a quiet street, a yard, a car, a dog, a wife, an expense account, a Chinese laundryman, membership in a church, grandkids who'd bounce on their knees, and you'd be lucky if one or two took you up on it. And those two #Quote by T.D. Badyna

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