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Markworth Arno quotes by Dianne Hales
#1. In Lisa's lifetime, a galaxy of artistic stars - Michelangelo, Botticelli, Raphael, Perugino, Filippino Lippi - rivaled the heavens with their brilliance. None outshone the incandescent genius of Leonardo, who emerges from the fog of history as more of a cultural force than a mere human being.
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During Leonardo's and Lisa's lifetimes, largerthan-legend characters strutted across the Florentine stage: Lorenzo de' Medici, whose magnificence rubbed off on everything he touched. The charismatic friar Savonarola, who inflamed souls before meeting his own fiery death. Ruthless Cesare Borgia, who hired Leonardo as his military engineer. Niccolò Machiavelli, who collaborated with the artist on an audacious scheme to change the course of the Arno River. #Quote by Dianne Hales
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Geiger
#2. I now understand that there's a difference between giving up because you don't want to try and giving up because you know you're beaten. #Quote by Arno Geiger
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Penzias
#3. Change is rarely comfortable. #Quote by Arno Penzias
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Allan Penzias
#4. Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, and delicately balanced to provide exactly the conditions required to support life. In the absence of an absurdly improbable accident, the observations of modern science seem to suggest an underlying, one might say, supernatural plan. #Quote by Arno Allan Penzias
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Penzias
#5. I feel that I learned far more from my students than I could possibly have taught them. #Quote by Arno Penzias
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Hintjens
#6. I still have your pocket watch, my dear father. Like me, it is broken, but stubborn, and still keeps going. #Quote by Arno Hintjens
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Breker
#7. Jean Cocteau--my artist friend since our early days--let himself be guided throughout his full life by the principle:

"I love to love.
I hate hatred."

With all my heart I agree with that, and I have never lost faith in the good. This is a source of strength for my work.

Once Cocteau said to me: "Your work contains the fire of the image of man--like the Phoenix . . . "

I believe in this light. It will not be extinguished. #Quote by Arno Breker
Markworth Arno quotes by E. M. Forster
#8. It was pleasant to wake up in Florence, to open the eyes upon a bright bare room, with a floor of red tiles which look clean though they are not; with a painted ceiling whereon pink griffins and blue amorini sport in a forest of yellow violins and bassoons. It was pleasant, too, to fling wide the windows, pinching the fingers in unfamiliar fastenings, to lean out into sunshine with beautiful hills and trees and marble churches opposite, and, close below, Arno, gurgling against the embankment of the road. #Quote by E. M. Forster
Markworth Arno quotes by Salman Rushdie
#9. Imagine a pair of woman's lips," Mogor whispered, "puckering for a kiss. That is the city of Florence, narrow at the edges, swelling at the center, with the Arno flowing through between, parting the two lips, the upper and the lower. The city is an enchantress. When it kisses you, you are lost, whether you be commoner or king. #Quote by Salman Rushdie
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Gruen
#10. We would rather forgive the evil proliferating all around us than the rebellion against it, which we mistake for the true evil. #Quote by Arno Gruen
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Schmidt
#11. Poet: should you receive the applause of the people, ask yourself: what have I done wrong? ! And if your second book is so received as well, then cast away your pen: you can never be great. […] Art for the people? ! : leave that slogan to the Nazis and Communists: it's just the opposite: the people (everyman!) are obligated to struggle their way to art! #Quote by Arno Schmidt
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#12. The spot where God's triumph is achieved, God's victory over sin, over lawlessness, is the cross of Calvary- the cross on which the Son of God died. In that cross and through the cross the works of the devil were destroyed, and the One who conquered him is yet to bruise the serpent's head in the final triumph when He comes again, as recorded in prophecy. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Schmidt
#13. If only humankind would soon succeed in destroying itself; true, I'm afraid : it will take a long time yet, but they'll manage it for sure. They'll have to learn to fly too, so that it will be easier to toss firebrands into cities (a pretty sight : a portly, bronze boat perhaps, from which a couple of mail-clad warriors contemptuously hurl a few flaming armored logs, while from below they shoot at the scaly beasts with howling arrows. They could also easily pour burning oil out of steel pitchers. Or poison. In the wells. By night). Well, they'll manage it all right (if I can come up with that much !). For they pervert all things to evil. The alphabet : it was intended to record timeless poetry or wisdom or memories - but they scrawl myriads of trashy novels and inflammatory pamphlets. What do they deftly make of metals ? Swords and arrow tips. - Fire ? Cities are already smoldering. And in the agora throng the pickpockets and swashbucklers, cutpurses, bawds, quacks and whores. And at best, the rest are simpletons, dandies, and brainless yowlers. And every one of them self-complacent, pretending respectability, bows politely, puffs out coarse cheeks, waves his hands, ogles, jabbers, crows. (They have many words : Experienced : someone who knows plenty of the little underhanded tricks. - Mature : has finally unlearned every ideal. Sophisticated : impertinent and ought to have been hanged long ago.) Those are the small fry; and the : every statesman, politician, orator; prince, #Quote by Arno Schmidt
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Schmidt
#14. It's quite clear : an outsider can, on principle, only value foreign literature that translates well; the truly great artists of language and the fecund experimenters are inaccessible to him; are usually unknown to him in fact ! #Quote by Arno Schmidt
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Gruen
#15. A distorted development of autonomy is the root cause of the pathological and, ultimately, evil element in human beings. #Quote by Arno Gruen
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#16. If sound doctrine is given up, the real Gospel of redemption by the blood of the Son of God is denied, worldliness follows. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Robert A. Johnson
#17. Dante was standing near the Ponte Vecchio, a bridge that crosses the Arno River in Florence. It was just before 1300… Dante saw Beatrice standing on the bridge. He was a young man, she even younger, and that vision contained the whole of eternity for him.

Dante did not speak to her and saw her very little. And then Beatrice died, carried off by plague. Dante was stricken with the loss of his vision. She was the connection between his soul and Heaven itself, and from it the Divine Comedy was born.

Six hundred fifty years later, during World War II, the Americans were chasing the German army up the Italian peninsula. The Germans were blowing up everything of aid to the progression of the American army, including the bridges across the Arno River. But no one wanted to blow up the Ponte Vecchio, because Beatrice had stood on it and Dante had written about her. So the German commandant made radio contact with the Americans and, in plain language, said they would leave the Ponte Vecchio intact if the Americans would promise not to use it. The promise was held. The bridge was not blown up, and not one American soldier or piece of equipment went across it. We're such hard bitten people that we need hard bitten proof of things, and this is the most hard bitten fact I know to present to you. The bridge was spared, in a modern, ruthless war, because Beatrice had stood upon it. #Quote by Robert A. Johnson
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#18. The highest place was given to Him, who died on the cross, far above all principality and power, and might, and dominion, and every name that is named. There He is now the Man in the Glory. Once more let me state it, the Lord Jesus Christ is corporeally present in the highest heaven. Everything depends on this. If His physical resurrection and corporeal presence in the highest heaven is denied, His present work and future work are an impossibility, and we rob ourselves of every comfort joy and peace. Then, too, His atoning work on the cross has no meaning for us. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Allan Penzias
#19. I think we've tied acquiring knowledge too much to school #Quote by Arno Allan Penzias
Markworth Arno quotes by Peter Arno
#20. Well, back to the drawing board. #Quote by Peter Arno
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Geiger
#21. In The Curtain, Milan Kundera writes, "Faced with the unavoidable defeat we call life, the only thing left to us is the attempt to understand it." I #Quote by Arno Geiger
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#22. The greatest menace in this country is not the bootlegger, but the college professor who rejects the Bible and undermines the faith of the young. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Peter Arno
#23. I consider your conduct unethical and lousy. #Quote by Peter Arno
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#24. Following Him is walking in the light and not in darkness. Man on account of sin is in moral and spiritual darkness. Believing on Christ and following Him delivers from both. In His fellowship the believer is delivered from the power of darkness, from the power of sin and from ignorance as to spiritual things. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Michaelis
#25. I'll never truly understand what it's like to be anyone but a white man in the United States. For all of my self-imposed distance from the status quo, I'll never be able to get my head around being the product of generations of hardship. The most brutal chattel slavery in human history. I'll never comprehend being penned up in an impoverished reservation on land that was once sovereign domain. I'll never know how it feels to be denied because of the color of your skin or because of where you came from. To have to watch your children suffer the same fate. But I still try to understand - by studying the history that the victors didn't write, and interacting with my fellow human beings. Finding out what their favorite color is. Asking what they daydreamed about as a child. Sharing laughs. Discovering the person. I #Quote by Arno Michaelis
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Ilgner
#26. Remember, your highest goal is learning, and only in action does true, experiential learning occur. This is what you climb for. #Quote by Arno Ilgner
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Allan Penzias
#27. If there are a bunch of fruit trees, one can say that whoever created these fruit trees wanted some apples. In other words, by looking at the order in the world, we can infer purpose and from purpose we begin to get some knowledge of the Creator, the Planner of all this. This is, then, how I look at God. I look at God through the works of God's hands and from those works imply intentions. From these intentions, I receive an impression of the Almighty. #Quote by Arno Allan Penzias
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Hintjens
#28. The Creed of the Assassin Brotherhood teaches us that nothing is forbidden to us. Once, I thought that meant we were free to do as we would. To pursue our ideals, no matter the cost. I understand now. Not a grant of permission. The Creed is a warning. #Quote by Arno Hintjens
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#29. Let the Word be preached, the truth taught, and error will be uncovered and souls delivered. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Hintjens
#30. What really matters when facing a challenge? What matters is learning. You want to test yourself, throw yourself into something outside your comfort zone and see what youre capable of. Your true goal is not to conquer fifty feet of inanimate rock, but to expand your abilities through learning. #Quote by Arno Hintjens
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Breker
#31. The images of man which I create are not idealized. They embody ideals and characteristics which are worthy for all men: human dignity, peace, respect, friendship, tolerance, and freedom. #Quote by Arno Breker
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno Rafael Minkkinen
#32. art is risk made visible #Quote by Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#33. What is it to 'walk in the Spirit'? It is not self-occupation, nor even occupation with the Spirit. Walking according to the Spirit is occupation with the Lord Jesus Christ in glory. If the believer ever looks to the Lord Jesus, depends upon Him, draws all his needs from Him- if He is his All in all- then the believer walks according to the Spirit of Christ. #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein
Markworth Arno quotes by Kevin D. Williamson
#34. The intersection of authoritarian politics with homoeroticism is a subject of some historical interest, from the Nazi enthusiasm for the sculptures of Josef Thorak and Arno Breker to the Italian Futurists' ritual rejection of all things feminine. That mostly petered out around the time Francisco Franco stopped rocking that fur in official portraiture, though it has made occasional ignominious appearances in Democratic politics too. But the combination of homoerotic fascination and gay panic that marks the Trump movement is truly remarkable, something unseen in American politics. It #Quote by Kevin D. Williamson
Markworth Arno quotes by Arno C. Gaebelein
#35. The fact that the Lord Jesus Christ is in Glory occupied with us should lead us into a holy life which glorifies Him. That loving eye is never withdrawn from us. If we were to remember this constantly, what a power this would be in our lives! #Quote by Arno C. Gaebelein

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