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Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#1. I believe man will fly and I base this assumption on the fact that God has blessed us with minds that are capable of imagining it. Anything that can be dreamt of will eventually be built. Anyone who says otherwise is a fool.
(As quoted by a fictional Leonardo in DaVinci Demons) #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Rick Riordan
#2. Speak of the daimon: Leo burst through the door next to the pantry, holding a loft a wheel of cheese like a victor's laurel crown.
Josephine, chuckling good-naturedly, lumbered in behind him with a metal pail. "The cows seemed to like Leo."
"Hey, abuelita," Leo said. "All da cows love Leo." He grinned at me. "And these cows are red man. Like... bright red."
That definitely made me want to weep. Red cows were my favourite. For centuries I had a herd of sacred scarlet cattle before cow-collecting went out of fashion. #Quote by Rick Riordan
Lavandeira Da quotes by Sigmund Freud
#3. It would be futile to delude ourselves that at present, readers find every pathography unsavory. This attitude is excused with the reproach that from a pathographic elaboration of a great man one never obtains an understanding of his importance and his attainments, that it is therefore useless mischief to study in him things which could just as well be found in the first comer. However, this criticism is so clearly unjust that it can only be grasped when viewed as a pretext and a disguise for something. As a matter of fact pathography does not aim at making comprehensible the attainments of the great man; no one should really be blamed for not doing something which one never promised. The real motives for the opposition are quite different. One finds them when one bears in mind that biographers are fixed on their heroes in quite a peculiar manner. Frequently they take the hero as the object of study because, for reasons of their personal emotional life, they bear him a special affection from the very outset. They then devote themselves to a work of idealization which strives to enroll the great men among their infantile models, and to revive through him, as it were, the infantile conception of the father. For the sake of this wish they wipe out the individual features in his physiognomy, they rub out the traces of his life's struggle with inner and outer resistances, and do not tolerate in him anything of human weakness or imperfection; they then give us a cold, strange, idea #Quote by Sigmund Freud
Lavandeira Da quotes by Patricia Briggs
#4. I do," she said. "I even understand it, much as it pains me to say so. Bran is funny about Mercy. If you were that funny about Mercy, I would feel the same way Leah does - no matter how likable I might find her."

"Bran's not funny about her," he told Anna, feeling uncomfortable. "He thinks of her as his daughter, and he doesn't have any other daughters still alive. There's nothing strange about it."

"Or so everyone is much happier believing," agreed Anna blandly. "Including Bran. We'll leave it at that. So the musical evenings were a thing between Bran and Mercy?"

"Not like that," Charles said, feeling defensive because Anna put her finger right on something that he'd been ignoring for a long time. He took a deep breath. "All right. All right. You might have a point about Da and Mercy."

She smiled, just a little.

He threw up his hands. "Okay. Yes. I saw it, of course I did. As did Leah. But my da would never have moved on Mercy. Say what you will about him - but his wolf has accepted Leah as his mate, and he will not cheat on her. And Mercy has never seen him as anything except a father figure and her Alpha. That's what she needed, and that's what he gave her. I don't think Mercy has ever recognized that it could be more than that. #Quote by Patricia Briggs
Lavandeira Da quotes by Big Sean
#5. Lil Wayne is somebody who I used to ride to school listening to in my car. You know from Tha Carter to Tha Carter II, to Dedication 1 & 2, to Da Drought, his mixtapes. You know you got that for him as him being a rap legend, somebody who you look up to. #Quote by Big Sean
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#6. The painter who draws merely by practice and by eye, without any reason, is like a mirror which copies every thing placed in front of it without being conscious of their existence. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Kevin Hearne
#7. My dad's idea of bonding was throwing me in the tar pits to teach me a lesson, though I'm not sure what the lesson was, except to stay the hell away from Da. #Quote by Kevin Hearne
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#8. Here is a thing which the more you fear and avoid it the nearer you approach to it, and this is misery; the more you flee from it the more miserable and restless you will become. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#9. The eye encompasses the beauty of the whole world. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#10. All our knowledge is the offspring of our perceptions. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Ian McKellen
#11. I don't think many people will re-read 'The Da Vinci Code.' #Quote by Ian McKellen
Lavandeira Da quotes by Javan Bonds
#12. You's always at da place you is always post to be." Smokes #Quote by Javan Bonds
Lavandeira Da quotes by William Goldman
#13. May my hands fall from my wrists before I kill an artist like yourself," said the man in black. "I would as soon destroy da Vinci. However" - and here he clubbed Inigo's head with the butt of his sword - "since I can't have you following me either, please understand that I hold you in the highest respect. #Quote by William Goldman
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#14. That painter who has no doubts will achieve little. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#15. The smallest feline is a masterpiece. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Nicki Minaj
#16. Give me dome dome da-da-da-da-da dome dome dome I aint trippin on ya money money long long long #Quote by Nicki Minaj
Lavandeira Da quotes by Evan Osnos
#17. In a city that worships the new and the sleek, the street market at Da Jing Road is willfully out of step. It is a splendid jumble of centuries, full of sizzling pot stickers and bleating cell phones, pungent rice wine and bullfrogs as plump as softballs. #Quote by Evan Osnos
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#18. He who does not punish evil, commands it to be done. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#19. The color of the object illuminated partakes of the color of that which illuminates it. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva
#20. I am the son of an illiterate father and mother #Quote by Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#21. Things that are separate shall be united and acquire such virtue that they will restore to man his lost memory. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#22. The acquisition of knowledge is always of use to the intellect, because it may thus drive out useless things and retain the good. For nothing can be loved or hated unless it is first known. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Cyndi Tefft
#23. It washed all over me and through me, into the floor and then it was gone. I never cried for my Da again after that, and God's presence has been with me ever since. - Adien MacRae, BETWEEN #Quote by Cyndi Tefft
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#24. Threats alone, are the weapons of the threatened man. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Paul Graham
#25. When I was in art school, we were looking one day at a slide of some great fifteenth century painting, and one of the students asked 'Why don't artists paint like that now?' The room suddenly got quiet. Though rarely asked out loud, this question lurks uncomfortably in the back of every art student's mind. It was as if someone had brought up the topic of lung cancer in a meeting within Philip Morris.

'Well,' the professor replied, 'we're interested in different questions now.' He was a pretty nice guy, but at the time I couldn't help wishing I could send him back to fifteenth century Florence to explain in person to Leonardo & Co. how we had moved beyond their early, limited concept of art. Just imagine that conversation.

In fact, one of the reasons artists in fifteenth century Florence made such great things was that they believed you could make great things. They were intensely competitive and were always trying to outdo one another, like mathematicians or physicists today - maybe like anyone who has ever done anything really well.

The idea that you could make great things was not just a useful illusion. They were actually right. So the most important consequence of realizing there can be good art is that it frees artists to try to make it. #Quote by Paul Graham
Lavandeira Da quotes by E.M. Forster
#26. She was like a woman of Leonardo Da Vinci's, whom we love not so much for herself as for the things that she will not tell us. #Quote by E.M. Forster
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#27. The poet ranks far below the painter in the representation of visible things, and far below the musician in that of invisible things. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Kent Nerburn
#28. One day a man came to watch him work on a painting he was doing of Jesus and his disciples. The man sat there all day, and Leonardo only made one stroke the whole time. 'You stood there all day and only made one stroke,' the man said. Leonardo just looked at him. 'Yeah, but it was the right stroke,' he said." Dan sat quietly for a second. I was not sure if he was angry or if he didn't see the relevance of the analogy. Then, all of a sudden, he burst out laughing. "That's pretty good, Nerburn," he said. He reached over and pushed me playfully. "What was that guy's name?" "Leonardo da Vinci." "I've got to remember that. Leonardo Duvishhi. You sure he wasn't an Indian?" "Might have been Wapashaw's long-lost uncle," I said. Dan laughed heartily. "This is a good day, Nerburn. I'm glad you came to visit me." The hawk cut great arcs against the towering sky. The eastern horizon was filling with pinks and lavenders. "So am I, Dan," I said. "It's been too long. #Quote by Kent Nerburn
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#29. What is fair in men, passes away, but not so in art #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Ildar Abdrazakov
#30. Call me Ildar! Call me Abra-ca-da-bra! My name is my name. #Quote by Ildar Abdrazakov
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#31. The eye is the window of the human body through which it feels its way and enjoys the beauty of the world. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Dan Brown
#32. FACT: The Priory of Sion - a European secret society founded in 1099 - is a real organization. In 1975 Paris's Bibliothque Nationale discovered parchments known as Les Dossiers Secrets, identifying numerous members of the Priory of Sion, including Sir Isaac Newton, Botticelli, Victor Hugo, and Leonardo da Vinci. #Quote by Dan Brown
Lavandeira Da quotes by Francesca Da Rimini
#33. I do suspect that this world is hell. #Quote by Francesca Da Rimini
Lavandeira Da quotes by Oscar Wilde
#34. To the Greeks this problem of the conditions of poetic production, and the places occupied by either spontaneity or self-consciousness in any artistic work, had a peculiar fascination. We find it in the mysticism of Plato and in the rationalism of Aristotle. We find it later in the Italian Renaissance agitating the minds of such men as Leonardo da Vinci. Schiller tried to adjust the balance between form and feeling, and Goethe to estimate the position of self-consciousness in art. Wordsworth's definition of poetry as 'emotion remembered in tranquillity' may be taken as an analysis of one of the stages through which all imaginative work has to pass; and in Keats's longing to be 'able to compose without this fever' (I quote from one of his letters), his desire to substitute for poetic ardour 'a more thoughtful and quiet power,' we may discern the most important moment in the evolution of that artistic life. The question made an early and strange appearance in your literature too; and I need not remind you how deeply the young poets of the French romantic movement were excited and stirred by Edgar Allan Poe's analysis of the workings of his own imagination in the creating of that supreme imaginative work which we know by the name of THE RAVEN. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Lavandeira Da quotes by Robert Greene
#35. When Leonardo da Vinci wanted to create a whole new style of painting, one that was more lifelike and emotional, he engaged in an obsessive study of details. He spent endless hours experimenting with forms of light hitting various geometrical solids, to test how light could alter the appearance of objects. He devoted hundreds of pages in his notebooks to exploring the various gradations of shadows in every possible combination. He gave this same attention to the folds of a gown, the patterns in hair, the various minute changes in the expression of a human face. When we look at his work we are not consciously aware of these efforts on his part, but we feel how much more alive and realistic his paintings are, as if he had captured reality. #Quote by Robert Greene
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#36. Men born in hot countries love the night because it refreshes them and have a horror of light because it burns them. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#37. The vivacity and brightness of colors in a landscape will never bear any comparison with a landscape in nature when it is illumined by the sun, unless the painting is placed in such a position that it will receive the same light from the sun as does the landscape. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#38. I have offended God and mankind because my work didn't reach the quality it should have. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Amy A. Bartol
#39. Brennus grins as well. Och, ye have ta luv me brudder; he's so cheeky. He was always da favourite. #Quote by Amy A. Bartol
Lavandeira Da quotes by Robert Walser
#40. I already said loud and clear that today I'm apparently a little hmm hmm and la-di-da and okay a bit hoo-hoo and maybe also a little wee-oo wee-oo. Is that so terrible? #Quote by Robert Walser
Lavandeira Da quotes by Brian Farrey
#41. (Da) "Sorry, Son, what was that? I was too busy ignoring you."
(Later) "Sorry, Son, I missed that," Ma said. "Ignoring you can be a full-time job. #Quote by Brian Farrey
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#42. Not to appreciate life, all of life, is not to deserve it. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Sergio De La Pava
#43. It's hard to imagine any group of people being held in less esteem than we are by our clients. The overwhelming majority of them feel that we are either bumbling incompetents
after all if we're otherwise why aren't we in private practice making real money?
or, even worse, actively conspiring with the DA against them as evidenced by the fact that we know and appear to act friendly towards a lot of these people who are prosecuting them. #Quote by Sergio De La Pava
Lavandeira Da quotes by Rachel Caine
#44. Better I die for something, even if it's nothing you'd believe in. Loyalty's just a word to you. It's real for me.

I'd like to say I love you, but I promised truth. I've feared you, admired you, hated you, maybe even worshipped you. But I know what love feels like now, and we never had that.

Tell Ma that if I love anyone, it's her. She's always been quiet and distant, but I think that's because she hates you and I'm collateral damage. I wish I'd known her without you. I think we'd understand each other better.
Good-bye, Da.
Go to hell.
I hope I'm not there waiting. #Quote by Rachel Caine
Lavandeira Da quotes by Bohumil Hrabal
#45. A few more years of the same, though, and I got used to it: I would load entire libraries from country castles and city mansions, fine, rare, leather- and Morroco-bound books, load whole trains full, and as soon as a train had thirty cars, off it would go to Switzerland or Austria, one kilogram of rare books for the equivalent of one crown of convertible currency, and nobody blinked an eye, nobody shed a tear, not even I myself, no, all I did was stand there smiling as I watched the train hauling those priceless libraries off to Switzerland and Austria for one crown in convertible currency a kilo. By then I had mustered the strength to look upon misfortune with composure, to still my emotions, by then I had begun to understand the beauty of destruction and I loaded more and more freight cars, and more and more trains left the station heading west at one crown per kilogram, and as I stood there staring after the red lantern hanging from the last car, as I stood there leaning on a lamppost like Leonardo da Vinci, who stood leaning on a column and looking on while French soldiers used his statue for target practice, shooting away horse and rider bit by bit, I thought how Leonardo, like me, standing and witnessing such horrors with complete composure, had realized even than that neither the heavens are humane nor is any man with a head on his shoulders. #Quote by Bohumil Hrabal
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#46. Anyone who invokes authors in discussion is not using his intelligence but his memory. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#47. The air moves like a river and carries the clouds with it; just as running water carries all the things that float upon it. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#48. If we make mistakes in our first compositions and do not know them, we may not amend them. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Lavandeira Da quotes by Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva
#49. The true path to peace is shared development. If we do not want war to go global, justice must go global #Quote by Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva

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