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Paul Henry quotes by Paul Henry Lang
#1. What the music offers in a good opera is something that comes from a region that precedes the concrete concept of drama and, strictly speaking, stands outside the world of drama. Opera does not permit men to appear in nakedly logical acts, for the music dissolves feelings and thoughts into melodies and rhythms, harmonies and counterpoints, which in themselves have no conceptual meaning. Thus in opera objective situations may very well become entirely subjective expressions. Because of its paradoxical nature opera is capable of paradoxical effects; it can express purely sensuously the most profound abstractions, and the musical drama, exerting a mass effect far more than does the spoken drama, is much more primitive as drama than the spoken theatre; it must render conflict and character in immediate symbols. #Quote by Paul Henry Lang
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Henry Abram
#2. I only subpoena folks for jury duty that I know will be fair... #Quote by Paul Henry Abram
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Johnson Jr
#3. Our assumptions of playing "gods" could lead to our own ignorance. #Quote by Henry Johnson Jr
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#4. Through our own recovered innocence we discern the innocence of our neighbors. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#5. Generally speaking, the political news, whether domestic or foreign, might be written today for the next ten years with sufficientaccuracy. Most revolutions in society have not power to interest, still less alarm us; but tell me that our rivers are drying up, or the genus pine dying out in the country, and I might attend. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Miller
#6. In the days to come, when it will seem as if I were entombed, when the very firmament threatens to come crashing down upon my head, I shall be forced to abandon everything except what these spirits implanted in me. I shall be crushed, debased, humiliated. I shall be frustrated in every fiber of my being. I shall even take to howling like a dog. But I shall not be utterly lost! Eventually a day is to dawn when, glancing over my own life as though it were a story or history, I can detect in it a form, a pattern, a meaning. From then on the word defeat becomes meaningless. It will be impossible ever to relapse.

For on that day I become and I remain one with my creation.

On another day, in a foreign land, there will appear before me a young man who, unaware of the change which has come over me, will dub me "The Happy Rock." That is the moniker I shall tender when the great Cosmocrator demands-" Who art thou?"

Yes, beyond a doubt, I shall answer "The Happy Rock!"

And, if it be asked-"Didst thou enjoy thy stay on earth?"-I shall reply: "My life was one long rosy crucifixion."

As to the meaning of this, if it is not already clear, it shall be elucidated. If I fail then I am but a dog in the manger.

Once I thought I had been wounded as no man ever had. Because I felt thus I vowed to write this book. But long before I began the book the wound had healed. Since I had sworn to fulfill my task I reopened the horrible #Quote by Henry Miller
Paul Henry quotes by Pope John Paul II
#7. There cannot be forgotten the great possibilities of mass media in promoting dialogue, becoming vehicles for reciprocal knowledge, of solidarity and of peace. They become a powerful resource for good if used to foster understanding between peoples, a destructive 'weapon' if used to foster injustice and conflicts. #Quote by Pope John Paul II
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Hampton
#8. What drives people to public service is a sense of possibility. If you haven't sensed that possibility you don't get started in the same way, you don't feel you can have an impact. #Quote by Henry Hampton
Paul Henry quotes by Pope Paul VI
#9. The Church acknowledges Gregorian chant as specially suited to the Roman liturgy: therefore, other things being equal, it should be given pride of place in liturgical services. But other kinds of sacred music, especially polyphony, are by no means excluded from liturgical celebrations, so long as they accord with the spirit of the liturgical action. #Quote by Pope Paul VI
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Kirke White
#10. Goodness, Time's rude hand defies,
And winter lives when beauty dies. #Quote by Henry Kirke White
Paul Henry quotes by Paul McCartney
#11. I'm often reading a magazine and hearing about someone's new record, and I think, 'Oh, boy, that's gonna be better than me.' It's a very common thing. #Quote by Paul McCartney
Paul Henry quotes by Ron Paul
#12. The Federal Reserve and Congress have systematically taught the American people to trust the government and that caution in spending is harmful to the economy. #Quote by Ron Paul
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#13. What a fool he must be who thinks that his El Dorado is anywhere but where he lives. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#14. He who hears the rippling of rivers in these degenerate days will not utterly despair. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Rand Paul
#15. One of the things, one of the things that really got to me was the thing in Houston where you had the government, the mayor actually, trying to get the sermons of ministers. When the government tries to invade the church to enforce its own opinion on marriage, that's when it's time to resist. #Quote by Rand Paul
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Kagame
#16. The West is anything but altruistic. #Quote by Paul Kagame
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#17. The Man of Genius may at the same time be, indeed is commonly, an Artist, but the two are not to be confounded. The Man of Genius,referred to mankind, is an originator, an inspired or demonic man, who produces a perfect work in obedience to laws yet unexplored. The artist is he who detects and applies the law from observation of the works of Genius, whether of man or nature. The Artisan is he who merely applies the rules which others have detected. There has been no man of pure Genius, as there has been none wholly destitute of Genius. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#18. What a rich book might be made about buds and, perhaps, sprouts! #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Hawken
#19. That appropriation of resources and the transformation of them into goods and services through the European production system characterized, and characterizes to this day, all industrial systems including the information age. #Quote by Paul Hawken
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Dilascia
#20. Your 90MHz Pentium won't have any trouble doing arithmetic (except for certain divisions). #Quote by Paul Dilascia
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Jenkins
#21. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning, published by the MIT Press, present findings from current research on how young people learn, play, socialize, and participate in civic life. #Quote by Henry Jenkins
Paul Henry quotes by Pope John Paul II
#22. In this oasis of quiet, before the wonderful spectacle of nature, one easily experiences how profitable silence is, a good that today is ever more rare ... In reality, only in silence does man succeed in hearing in the depth of his conscience the voice of God, which really makes him free. And vacations can help to rediscover and cultivate this indispensable interior dimension of human life. #Quote by Pope John Paul II
Paul Henry quotes by John Paul Warren
#23. Living life ONCE is enough ... if you live life RIGHT. #Quote by John Paul Warren
Paul Henry quotes by William Shakespeare
#24. For 'tis your thoughts that now must deck our kings, Carry them here and there; jumping o'er times, Turning the accomplishment of many years Into an hour-glass: for the which supply, Admit me Chorus to this history; Who prologue-like your humble patience pray, Gently to hear, kindly to judge, our play. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Hazlitt
#25. More and more people are becoming aware that government has nothing to give them without first taking it away from somebody else-or from themselves. Increased handouts to selected groups mean merely increased taxes, or increased deficits and increased inflation. #Quote by Henry Hazlitt
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Cejudo
#26. The sacrifice always has to be greater than the dream. #Quote by Henry Cejudo
Paul Henry quotes by Terence Paul Winter
#27. This is not one of your fictions where people bleed ink. #Quote by Terence Paul Winter
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Cuellar
#28. You know, I got the third most uninsured district in the whole state of Texas, probably number nine in the whole country. As a Blue Dog, I'm also looking at the cost. So, I have got a very unique district. #Quote by Henry Cuellar
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Rollins
#29. I was never told to "Get up, get out there, get a job." It was never a thing either parent ever said I had to do. It was what I wanted to do. I think I was very interested in being away from them as much as possible. Employment was great for that. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Ford
#30. The two most important things in any company do not appear in its balance sheet: its reputation and its people. #Quote by Henry Ford
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Kurtz
#31. We are not simply intellectual creatures. We wish to make love, to enjoy a gourmet dinner, to jog in the park, to cheer lustily at a ball game, to engage in spirited conversation with our friends, to play bridge or tennis, travel to exotic places, struggle with others to build a better world, and to enjoy the arts. The arts are so vital because they help to make life worth living. Music, poetry, literature, paintings, dance, and the theater are among our richest joys ... The fine arts contribute immeasurably to the good life and that is why we cherish them. #Quote by Paul Kurtz
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Cloud
#32. Where there is deception there is no relationship. #Quote by Henry Cloud
Paul Henry quotes by Jean-Paul Sartre
#33. How can I, who was not able to retain my own past, hope to save that of another? #Quote by Jean-Paul Sartre
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Collier
#34. Most conduct is guided by norms rather than by laws. Norms are voluntary and are effective because they are enforced by peer pressure. #Quote by Paul Collier
Paul Henry quotes by Henry Rollins
#35. There are things that happen so quickly. A better cameraman can capture them, but if the light is not bright and you hoist up your camera by the time you've dialed in your settings. there are eye blink moments where you're like "Aaahhhh, I wish," but those are too many to catalogue. Nothing really sticks out. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Paul Henry quotes by Harper Lee
#36. What do you want me to do, go shout from the housetops that I am Henry Clinton and I'm here to tell you you're all wet? #Quote by Harper Lee
Paul Henry quotes by Henry James
#37. I know at least what I am,' he simply went on; 'the other side of the medal's clear enough. I've not been edifying
I believe I'm thought in a hundred quarters to have been barely decent. I've followed strange paths and worshipped strange gods; it must have come to you again and again
in fact you've admitted to me as much
that I was leading, at any time these thirty years, a selfish frivolous scandalous life. And you see what it has made of me. #Quote by Henry James
Paul Henry quotes by Rick Yancey
#38. It is a very thin line between us and the abyss, Will Henry,' he said. 'For most it is like that line out there, where the sea meets the sky. They see it. They cannot deny the evidence of their eyes, but they never cross it. They cannot cross it; though they chase it for a thousand years, it will forever stay where it is. Do you realize it took our species more than ten millennia to realize that simple fact? That the line is unreachable, that we live on a ball and not on a plate? Most of us do, anyway. Men like Jacob Torrance and John Kearns ... Those kinds of men still live on a plate. Do you understand what I mean?'
I nodded. I thought I did. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Paul Henry quotes by Paul Ferrini
#39. You see what you choose to see, because all perception is a choice.
And when you cease to impose your meanings on what you see,
your spiritual eyes will open, and you will see a world free of judgment
and shining in its endless beauty. #Quote by Paul Ferrini

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