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Lupte Greco quotes by Timothy Keller
#1. There is no way to have a real relationship without becoming vulnerable to hurt. Christmas tells us that God became breakable and fragile. God became someone we could hurt. Why? To get us back ... No other religion-whethe r secularism, Greco-Roman paganism, Eastern religion, Judaism, or Islam-believes God became breakable or suffered or had a body. #Quote by Timothy Keller
Lupte Greco quotes by Willem De Kooning
#2. In art, one idea is as good as another. If one takes the idea of trembling, for instance, all of a sudden most art starts to tremble. Michelangelo starts to tremble. El Greco starts to tremble. All the Impressionists start to tremble. #Quote by Willem De Kooning
Lupte Greco quotes by Kenneth Scott Latourette
#3. Christians were regarded as separated from society and therefore destructive of the Greco-Roman way of life. #Quote by Kenneth Scott Latourette
Lupte Greco quotes by Nikos Kazantzakis
#4. My 'Report to Greco' is not an autobiography. #Quote by Nikos Kazantzakis
Lupte Greco quotes by Stephen Greco
#5. And we went through AIDS... which was as good a course in mortality as anyone is likely to get, short of war. #Quote by Stephen Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Adam Greco
#6. understanding of the fundamentals - like balance, honor, and discipline - is the key to success in karate. Similarly, a solid understanding of the SiteCatalyst variables and how to use them will go a long way toward your SiteCatalyst education and proficiency. #Quote by Adam Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Dejan Stojanovic
#7. Quixote shines from Lorca and Picasso,
From Dalí and El Greco,
From the gloomy 'View of Toledo.'
He was born before Cervantes. #Quote by Dejan Stojanovic
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#8. Artists create out of a sense of desolation. The spirit of creation is a excruciating, intricate exploration from within the soul. #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Lachrista Greco
#9. These neighborhood was our first home as a community but, once Italians began to gain status as "full" Americans, they moved out of the communities that they co-habited with other immigrants and people of color. The rootedness in this community shifted into a dissention of difference and of privilege. In order for Italian-Americans to mark their new social location under assumed "Whiteness," they had to make a physical move away from the marginal communities of color. The discussion ended in my favor but would mark the beginning of a long struggle of unpacking the internalized oppression and discrimination that marked my family's identity of "White"-working class-Italian-Americans learning to assimilate while keeping their hyphenated identity. Learning to build bridges between my different borders and my passions has been a continual process for me. #Quote by Lachrista Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Karen Greco
#10. I refuse to bow to the Google gods #Quote by Karen Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#11. Beyond the tilled plain, beyond the toy roofs, there would be a low suffusion of inutile loveliness, a low sun in a platinum haze with a warm, peeled-peach tinge pervading the upper edge of a two-dimensional, dove-grey cloud fusing with the distant amorous mist. there might be a line of spaced trees silhouetted against the horizon, and hot still noons above a wilderness of clover, and claude lorrain clouds inscribed remotely into misty azure with only their cumulus part conscpicuous against the neutral swoon of the background. or again, it might be a stern el greco horizon, pregnant with inky rain, and a passing glimpse of some mummy-necked farmer, and all around alternating strips of quick-silverish water and harsh green corn, the whole arrangement opening like a fan, somewhere in kansas. #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Lupte Greco quotes by Philip K. Dick
#12. It all had to do with time. "Time can be overcome," Mircea Eliade wrote. That's what it's all about. The great mystery of Eleusis, of the Orphies, of the early Christians, of Sarpis, of the Greco-Roman mystery religions, of Hermes Trismegistos, of the Renaissance Hermetic Alchemists, of the Rose Cross Brotherhood, of Apollonius of Tyana, of Simon Magus, of Asklepios, of Paracelsus, of Bruno, consists of the abolition of time. The techniques are there. Dante discusses them in the Comedy. It has to do with the loss of amnesia; when forgetfulness is lost, true memory spreads out backward and forward, into the past and into the future, and also, oddly, into alternate universes; it is orthogonal as well as linear.

This is why Elijah could be said correctly to be immortal; he had entered the Upper Realm (as Fat calls it) and is no longer subject to time. Time equals what the ancients called "astral determinism." The purpose of the mysteries was to free the initate from astral determinism, which roughly equals fate. #Quote by Philip K. Dick
Lupte Greco quotes by Elena Ferrante
#13. The beauty of mind that Cerullo had from childhood didn't find an outlet, Greco, and it has all ended up in her face, in her breasts, in her thighs, in her ass, places where it soon fades and it will be as if she had never had it. #Quote by Elena Ferrante
Lupte Greco quotes by Beth Fantaskey
#14. You're a wrestler, right, Jake?" Dad asked, passing Jake more saag. My parents were in an Indian food phase. The evening's entree consisted of limp spinach. God forbid we'd throw a few burgers on the grill and just have a barbecue when guests came over.
Jake gave the bright green, mushy contents a wary glance but accepted the bowl. "Yeah. I wrestle. I'm captain this year."
"How Greco-Roman of you," Lucius said dryly, lifting a glob of spinach and letting it drip, slowly, from his fork. "Grappling about on mats. #Quote by Beth Fantaskey
Lupte Greco quotes by Michael R. Licona
#15. This is a challenge when we consider the four earliest extant biographies of Jesus, known as the canonical Gospels. There is somewhat of a consensus among contemporary scholars that the Gospels belong to the genre of Greco-Roman biography (bios). Bioi offered the ancient biographer great flexibility for rearranging material and inventing speeches in order to communicate the teachings, philosophy, and political beliefs of the subject, and they often included legend. Because bios was a flexible genre, it is often difficult to determine where history ends and legend begins.24 #Quote by Michael R. Licona
Lupte Greco quotes by Sarah Bessey
#16. Life in Christ is not meant to mirror life in a Greco-Roman culture. An ancient Middle Eastern culture is not our standard. We are not meant to adopt the world of Luther's Reformation or the culture of the eighteenth-century Great Awakening or even 1950s America as our standard for righteousness. The culture, past or present, isn't the point: Jesus and his Kingdom come, his will done, right now - that is the point. #Quote by Sarah Bessey
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#17. Art is everywhere you look for it, hail the twinkling stars for they are God's careless splatters #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Brian D. McLaren
#18. But in the end you cannot serve two masters, Theos and Elohim, the god of the Greco-Roman philosophers and Caesars and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the violent god of profit proclaimed by the empire and the compassionate God of justice proclaimed by the prophets. You can try to hybridize them and compromise them for centuries, but like oil and water they eventually separate and prove incompatible. They refuse to alloy. They produce irreconcilable narratives and create different worlds. #Quote by Brian D. McLaren
Lupte Greco quotes by Rodney Stark
#19. Christianity revitalized life in Greco-Roman cities by providing new norms and new kinds of social relationships able to cope with many urgent urban problems. To cities filled with the homeless and the impoverished, Christianity offered charity as well as hope. To cities filled with newcomers and strangers, Christianity offered an immediate basis for attachments. To cities filled with orphans and widows, Christianity provided a new and expanded sense of family. To cities torn by violent ethnic strife, Christianity offered a new basis for social solidarity. And to cities faced with epidemics, fires, and earthquakes, Christianity offered effective nursing services. #Quote by Rodney Stark
Lupte Greco quotes by Benito Mussolini
#20. Fuehrer, we are on the march! Victorious Italian troops crossed the Greco-Albanian frontier at dawn today! #Quote by Benito Mussolini
Lupte Greco quotes by Thorsten J. Pattberg
#21. This is the 21st century, yet Western scholars are happy to keep it colonial, describing Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism in Greco-Hellenic or Judeo-Christians terms. #Quote by Thorsten J. Pattberg
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#22. Painting, because of its universality, becomes speculation. #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Joseph Alois Schumpeter
#23. If we limit ourselves to painting as an example, both for brevity's sake and because in that field my ignorance is slightly less complete than it is in others, and if (wrongly, as I think) we agree to start an epoch with Giotto's Arena frescoes and then follow the line (nothing short of damnable though such "linear" arguments are) Giotto - Masaccio - Vinci - Michelangelo - Greco, no amount of emphasis on mystical ardors in the case of Greco can obliterate my point for anyone who has eyes that see. #Quote by Joseph Alois Schumpeter
Lupte Greco quotes by Melissa Jensen
#24. Pretty,eh?"
I jumped a foot. "Nonna!"
She was standing in my doorway, beaming like a demented gnome. "For your underwater dance."
"It looks like....a toga."
"Toga," she sniffed as she stalked across the room to lift the dress from its hanger, "is for boys at silly parties. This is for a goddess." She held it up to me. "You will be Salacia, Roman goddess of water."
It still looked like a toga, and not a very big one, although it did almost reach the floor. My legs would be covered, which was all well and good, except that, other than going a little too long without defuzzing, I didn't have much of a problem with my legs. I did know this wasn't going to work. I just had no idea at the moment how I was going to make it not happen.
"This is awfully...pagan of you, Nonna."
She rolled her eyes. "Ai, sixteen, with the smart mouth and such certainty. You think I just read the Bible? A goddess, she has more fun than a saint."
"Ah!" She poked me in the center of the chest with her middle finger. "Fun, si, but a bad end if she thinks to hold the heart of a boy who wants only to play. Salacia, she let Neptune chase her and chase her and prove his heart was true."
I didn't argue. My grasp of Greco-Roman mythology is shaky at best, and derived mostly from the Percy Jackson books. I had my doubts about Neptune's heart, but figured it would only be smart-assy to mention that to my grandmother. #Quote by Melissa Jensen
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#25. I paint because the spirits whisper madly inside my head. #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#26. You must study the Masters but guard the original style that beats within your soul and put to sword those who would try to steal it. #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by David Shoemaker
#27. They were flying back from a big show in London, the whole roster on the plane. The story goes that much alcohol was consumed and things quickly got uncomfortable: Hennig and Scott Hall went wild with some shaving cream; Dustin Rhodes awkwardly serenaded his ex-wife, Terri; the legendary wrestler turned booker Michael "P.S." Hayes got punched out by JBL and later, after he had fallen asleep, had his ponytail chopped off by Sean Waltman; Ric Flair paraded in front of a flight attendant in nothing but his sequined ring robe; and, to top it all off, Hennig challenged collegiate wrestling star (and WWE golden boy) Brock Lesnar to a Greco-Roman wrestling match that ended when Lesnar tackled Hennig into the exit door, and they were pulled apart just before they jeopardized the flight. #Quote by David Shoemaker
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#28. I suffer for my art and despise the witless moneyed scoundrels who praise it. #Quote by El Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Sarah Ruden
#29. A slave was, in Greek or Roman eyes, absolutely limited as to the consideration anyone (even a god) could show for him. Even if freed, he would always be treated as a social, civic, and spiritual inferior. A runaway had no right to any consideration at all. Deploying Christian ideas against Greco-Roman culture, Paul joyfully mocks the notion that any person placing himself in the hands of God can be limited or degraded in any way that matters. The letter must represent the most fun anyone ever had writing while incarcerated. The letter to Philemon may be the most explicit demonstration of how, more than anyone else, Paul created the Western individual human being, unconditionally precious to God and therefore entitled to the consideration of other human beings. #Quote by Sarah Ruden
Lupte Greco quotes by Pope Benedict XVI
#30. The two [Greco-Roman and Latin] worlds also had enough unifying elements, however, to be considered a single continent. First of all, both the East and the West were the heirs to the Bible and to the ancient Church, which in both worlds refer beyond themselves to an origin that lies outside today's Europe, namely in Palestine. Secondly, both shared the idea of the Roman Empire and of the essential nature of the Church, and therefore of law and legal instruments. The last factor I would mention is monasticism, which throughout the great upheavals of history continued to be the indispensable bearer not only of cultural continuity but above all of fundamental religious and moral values, of the ultimate guidance of humankind. As a pre-political and supra-political force, monasticism was also the bringer of ever-welcome and necessary rebirths of culture and civilization. #Quote by Pope Benedict XVI
Lupte Greco quotes by James Salter
#31. The Montreux Palace Hotel was built in an age when it was thought that things would last. It is on the very shores of Switzerland's Lake Geneva, its balconies and iron railings look across the water, its yellow-ocher awnings are a touch of color in the winter light. It is like a great sanitarium or museum. There are Bechstein pianos in the public rooms, a private silver collection, a Salon de Bridge. This is the hotel where the novelist Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov and his wife, Véra, live. They have been here for 14 years. One imagines his large and brooding reflection in the polished glass of bookcases near the reception desk where there are bound volumes of the Illustrated London News from the year 1849 to 1887, copies of Great Expectations, The Chess Games of Greco and a book called Things Past, by the Duchess of Sermoneta.

Though old, the hotel is marvelously kept up and, in certain portions, even modernized. Its business now is mainly conventions and, in the summer, tours, but there is still a thin migration of old clients, ancient couples and remnants of families who ask for certain rooms when they come and sometimes certain maids. For Nabokov, a man who rode as a child on the great European express trains, who had private tutors, estates, and inherited millions which disappeared in the Russian revolution, this is a return to his sources. It is a place to retire to, with Visconti's Mahler and the long-dead figures of La Belle Epoque, Edward VII, d'Annunzi #Quote by James Salter
Lupte Greco quotes by Elena Ferrante
#32. Then she added a sentence I will always remember: "the beauty of mind Cerullo had from childhood never found an outlet, Greco, it has all ended up in her face, in her breasts, in her thighs, in her ass, places where it soon fades and will be as if she never had it. #Quote by Elena Ferrante
Lupte Greco quotes by Ernest Hemingway
#33. You felt, in spite of all bureaucracy and inefficiency and party strife something that was like the feeling you expected to have and did not have when you made your first communion. It was a feeling of consecration to a duty toward all of the oppressed of the world which would be as difficult and embarrasing to speak about as religious experience and yet it was as authentic as the feeling you had when you heard Bach, or stood in Chartres Cathedral or the Cathedral at León and saw the light coming through the great windows; or when you saw Mantegna and Greco and Brueghel in the Prado. It gave you a part in something that you could believe in wholly and completely and in which you felt an absolute brotherhood with the others who were engaged in it. It was something that you had never known before but that you had experienced now and you gave such importance to it and the reasons for it that you own death seemed of complete unimportance; only a thing to be avoided because it would interfere with the performance of your duty. But the best thing was that there was something you could do about this feeling and this necessity too. You could fight. #Quote by Ernest Hemingway
Lupte Greco quotes by Pablito Greco
#34. Dance is the language of artistic kinesis. #Quote by Pablito Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Arthur Erickson
#35. We have today a fairly thorough knowledge of the early Greco-Roman period because our motivations are the same. #Quote by Arthur Erickson
Lupte Greco quotes by A. Bartlett Giamatti
#36. All play aspires to the condition of paradise ... through play in all its forms ... we hope to achieve a state that our larger Greco-Roman, Judeo- Christian culture has always known was lost. Where it exists, we do not know, although we always have envisioned it as a garden ... always as removed, as an enclosed green place ... Paradise is an ancient dream ... It is a dream of ourselves as better than we are, back to what we were. #Quote by A. Bartlett Giamatti
Lupte Greco quotes by Tom Hiddleston
#37. The thing about playing gods, whether you're playing Thor and Loki or Greco Roman gods or Indian gods or characters in any mythology, the reason that gods were invented was because they were basically larger versions of ourselves. #Quote by Tom Hiddleston
Lupte Greco quotes by Red Smith
#38. It's no accident that of all the monuments left of the Greco- Roman culture the biggest is the ballpark, the Colosseum, the YankeeStadium of ancient times. #Quote by Red Smith
Lupte Greco quotes by Joe Warren
#39. I've won not just in MMA but also for the US and let me tell you, the US Greco Roman wrestler is never the guy that's the favorite, not overseas. I'm used to going into hostile countries and competing against the number one guy in their country instead of the number one guy in Chicago. #Quote by Joe Warren
Lupte Greco quotes by Michael A. Greco
#40. We are not who we think we are.
We are not who they think we are.
We are who we think they think we are. #Quote by Michael A. Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
#41. The "persecution" of the Christians had vastly more to do with the intolerance of the Christians for the pantheon of local gods than the reverse. What we read is history written by the Christian side, not the Greco-Roman one. #Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Lupte Greco quotes by Sal Greco
#42. Work hard, make money, have fun. #Quote by Sal Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Karen Greco
#43. Men. They don't ask for directions, but they'll ask a demon for a favor.
-Nina #Quote by Karen Greco
Lupte Greco quotes by Walter Keane
#44. Nobody could paint eyes like El Greco and nobody can paint eyes like Walter Keane. #Quote by Walter Keane
Lupte Greco quotes by El Greco
#45. It is only after years of struggle and deprivation that the young artist should touch color - and then only in the company of his betters. #Quote by El Greco

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