Prague Beauty Quotes

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Famous Quotes About Prague Beauty

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Prague Beauty quotes by Courtney A. Walsh
#1. Dear Human:
You've got it all wrong.

You didn't come here to master unconditional love. This is where you came from and where you'll return.

You came here to learn personal love.
Universal love.
Messy love.
Sweaty Love.
Crazy love.
Broken love.
Whole love.
Infused with divinity.
Lived through the grace of stumbling.
Demonstrated through the beauty of... messing up.

You didn't come here to be perfect, you already are.

You came here to be gorgeously human. Flawed and fabulous.

And rising again into remembering.

But unconditional love? Stop telling that story.

Love in truth doesn't need any adjectives.
It doesn't require modifiers.
It doesn't require the condition of perfection.

It only asks you to show up.
And do your best.
That you stay present and feel fully.
That you shine and fly and laugh and cry and hurt and heal and fall and get back up and play and work and live and die as YOU.

Its enough.

It's Plenty. #Quote by Courtney A. Walsh
Prague Beauty quotes by Krista Tippett
#2. beginners when it came to inner landscapes of beauty that would anchor and nourish them on the inside, beyond work, in the intimate spaces that in the end define us all. #Quote by Krista Tippett
Prague Beauty quotes by Plato
#3. Virtue is a kind of health, beauty and good habit of the soul. #Quote by Plato
Prague Beauty quotes by Jerzy Grotowski
#4. If you want to create a masterpiece, you must always avoid beautiful lies. #Quote by Jerzy Grotowski
Prague Beauty quotes by Ellen Meloy
#5. The complex human eye harvests light. It perceives seven to ten million colors through a synaptic flash: one-tenth of a second from retina to brain. Homo sapiens gangs up to 70 percent of its sense receptors solely for vision, to anticipate danger and recognize reward, but also - more so - for beauty. #Quote by Ellen Meloy
Prague Beauty quotes by Immanuel Kant
#6. Even the song of birds, which we can bring under no musical rule, seems to have more freedom, and therefore more for taste, than a song of a human being which is produced in accordance with all the rules of music; for we very much sooner weary of the latter, if it is repeated often and at length. Here, however, we probably confuse our participation in the mirth of a little creature that we love, with the beauty of its song; for if this were exactly imitated by man (as sometimes the notes of the nightingale are) it would seem to our ear quite devoid of taste. #Quote by Immanuel Kant
Prague Beauty quotes by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
#7. When women are relegated to moods, mannerisms, and contours that conform to a single ideal of beauty and behavior, they are captured in both body and soul, and are no longer free. #Quote by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Prague Beauty quotes by Henri J.M. Nouwen
#8. But mortification - literally, "making death" - is what life is all about, a slow discovery of the mortality of all that is created so that we can appreciate its beauty without clinging to it as if it were a lasting possession. Our lives can indeed be seen as a process of becoming familiar with death, as a school in the art of dying ... all these times have passed by like friendly visitors, leaving you with dear memories but also with the sad recognition of the shortness of life. In every arrival there is a leave-taking; in every reunion there is a separation; in each one's growing up there is a growing old; in every smile there is a tear; and in every success there is a loss. All living is dying and all celebration is mortification too. #Quote by Henri J.M. Nouwen
Prague Beauty quotes by Ajit Kumar Jha
#9. In the beauty of countless danseuse in my palace, I saw an endless suffering in the form of distorted and diseased figures as the absolute certainty towards which they were heading even as insects unwittingly consign themselves to the blazing flame. #Quote by Ajit Kumar Jha
Prague Beauty quotes by Laurell K. Hamilton
#10. ...there is beauty that hits the eye like a bolt of lightning, that burns and sears and blinds. It is more disaster than pleasure. But yours, yours is a beauty that lulls one into comfort, into not protecting one's eyes from the light, then one night you realise that the moon, too, has its beauty. #Quote by Laurell K. Hamilton
Prague Beauty quotes by Louisa May Alcott
#11. Her beauty satisfied [his] artistic eye, her peculiarities piqued his curiosity, her vivacity lightened his ennui, and her character interested him by the unconscious hints it gave of power, pride and passion. So entirely natural and unconventional was she that he soon found himself on a familiar footing, asking all manner of unusual questions, and receiving rather piquant replies. #Quote by Louisa May Alcott
Prague Beauty quotes by Tamara Rendell
The stage is empty, and you watch as the figure of Medusa steps into the gas-light. Her body is dressed in a crimson traversed by the golden branches of willow trees, colour and light held into shape by sharp black borders. Lifting languidly her hands, she reaches towards you. Her emerald vipers, in the cohesive movements of unseen mechanisms, weave loops about her head. Music is beginning, and from the shadows off-stage the narrator speaks. "Medusa had a beautiful name and a lovely voice, though no one cared to listen; seeking only the gaze of those famous eyes."
Perseus walks onto the stage, cloaked as though he were the blazing sun. Now what you have to understand is his voice – it is like nothing you could tie down. It feels peaceful to hear it, to see him flow into the song with his fine, clear looks and his finer, clearer voice. Is the head quite forgotten? Not quite but the horror exists alongside the beauty and they flow like twin rivers, and neither is able to wash the other from you. #Quote by Tamara Rendell
Prague Beauty quotes by Haruki Murakami
#13. Even so, there were times I saw freshness and beauty. I could smell the air, and I really loved rock 'n' roll. Tears were warm, and girls were beautiful, like dreams. I liked movie theaters, the darkness and intimacy, and I liked the deep, sad summer nights. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Prague Beauty quotes by Kathleen Dowling Singh
#14. Like the medieval cartographers of Europe, who felt one would fall into endless space at the edges of the oceans of their maps, we fear the presumed nothingness of no-self. Fortunately, there have been many spiritual circumnavigators who have returned to tell the tale of the beauty beyond self. #Quote by Kathleen Dowling Singh
Prague Beauty quotes by R.A. Salvatore
#15. More importantly, we reduce the beauty of the universe around us to fit our hopes and to chase away our fears. #Quote by R.A. Salvatore
Prague Beauty quotes by Carly Phillips
#16. That's the beauty of stupid questions. They don't deserve answers. -Daniel Hunter #Quote by Carly Phillips
Prague Beauty quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#17. When you supply what life demands, you enjoy the beauty of life. #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Prague Beauty quotes by Audrey Hepburn
#18. Beauty is being the best possible version of yourself, inside and out. #Quote by Audrey Hepburn
Prague Beauty quotes by Jeremy Taylor
#19. It is not the eye that sees the beauty of the heaven, nor the ear that hears the sweetness of music or the glad tidings of a prosperous occurrence, but the soul, that perceives all the relishes of sensual and intellectual perfections; and the more noble and excellent the soul is, the greater and more savory are its perceptions. #Quote by Jeremy Taylor
Prague Beauty quotes by Paul Gallico
#20. And the truth was that in life on earth there was no such thing as happiness without pain, victory without defeat. There were joy and enchantment and beauty to be garnered on the path, but at all times, too, there were burdens to be borne. #Quote by Paul Gallico
Prague Beauty quotes by Barry Lopez
#21. Up there in that room, as I see it, is the reading and the thinking-through, a theory of rivers, of trees moving, of falling light. Here on the river, as I lurch against a freshening of the current, is the practice of rivers. In navigating by the glow of the Milky Way, the practice of light. In steadying with a staff, the practice of wood. #Quote by Barry Lopez
Prague Beauty quotes by Annie Dillard
#22. Oh, it's mysterious lamplit evenings, here in the galaxy, one after the other. It's one of those nights when I wander from window to window, looking for a sign. But I can't see. Terror and a beauty insoluble are a ribband of blue woven into the fringes of garments of things both great and small. No culture explains, no bivouac offers real haven or rest. But it could be that we are not seeing something. Galileo thought that comets were an optical illusion. This is fertile ground: since we are certain that they're not, we can look at what scientists are saying with fresh hope. What if there are really gleaming castellated cities hung upside-down over the desert sand? What limpid lakes and cool date palms have our caravans passed untried? Until, one by one, by the blindest of leaps, we light on the road to these places, we must stumble in darkness and hunger. #Quote by Annie Dillard
Prague Beauty quotes by Chris Campanioni
#23. To own beauty is the first lie of it. #Quote by Chris Campanioni
Prague Beauty quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#24. I stepped inside and stopped, blinking in astonishment. From the exterior I'd expected a charming little book and curio shop with the inner dimensions of a university Starbucks. What I got was a cavernous interior that housed a display of books that made the library Disney's Beast gave to Beauty on their wedding day look understocked. #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Prague Beauty quotes by Walter Isaacson
#25. Jobs, who could identify with each of those sentiments, wrote some of the lines himself, including "They push the human race forward." By the time of the Boston Macworld in early August, they had produced a rough version. They agreed it was not ready, but Jobs used the concepts, and the "think different" phrase, in his keynote speech there. "There's a germ of a brilliant idea there," he said at the time. "Apple is about people who think outside the box, who want to use computers to help them change the world." They debated the grammatical issue: If "different" was supposed to modify the verb "think," it should be an adverb, as in "think differently." But Jobs insisted that he wanted "different" to be used as a noun, as in "think victory" or "think beauty." Also, it echoed colloquial use, as in "think big. #Quote by Walter Isaacson
Prague Beauty quotes by Rachel Kushner
#26. But I had seen, the night I met her, that her beauty was going to leave her like it does all women. For the face, time relays some essential message, and time is the message. It takes things away. But its passage, its damages, are all we have. Without it, there's nothing. #Quote by Rachel Kushner
Prague Beauty quotes by A Navajo Way
#27. There is beauty before me, there is beauty behind me. There is beauty to my left, there is beauty to my right. There is beauty above me, there is beauty below me. There is beauty around me, there is beauty within me. One that forever lives the trail of harmony and greatness. #Quote by A Navajo Way
Prague Beauty quotes by Octavio Paz
#28. Firmly planted. Not fallen from on high: sprung up from below. Ochre, the color of burnt honey. The color of a sun buried a thousand years ago and dug up only yesterday. Fresh green and orange stripes running across its still-warm body. Circles, Greek frets: scattered traces of a lost alphabet? The belly of a woman heavy with child, the neck of a bird. If you cover and uncover its mouth with the palm of your hand, it answers you with a deep murmur, the sound of bubbling water welling up from its depths; if you tap its sides with your knuckles, it gives a tinkling laugh of little silver coins falling on stones. It has many tongues: it speaks of the language of clay and minerals, of air currents flowing between canyon walls, of washerwomen as they scrub, of angry skies, of rain. A vessel of baked clay: do not put it in a glass case alongside rare precious objects. It would look quite out of place. Its beauty is related to the liquid that it contains and to the thirst that it quenches. Its beauty is corporal: I see it, I touch it, I smell it, I hear it. If it is empty, It must be filled; if it is full, it must be emptied. I take it by the shaped handle as I would take a woman by the arm, I lift it up, I tip over a pitcher into which I pour milk or pulque - lunar liquids that open and close the doors of dawn and dark, waking a sleeping. #Quote by Octavio Paz
Prague Beauty quotes by Oscar Wilde
#29. The fact is, the public make use of the classics of a country as a means of checking the progress of Art. They degrade the classics into authorities. They use them as bludgeons for preventing the free expression of Beauty in new forms. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Prague Beauty quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#30. Beauty is everywhere a very welcome guest. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Prague Beauty quotes by Oscar Wilde
#31. The only way to behave to a woman is to make love to her if she is pretty, and to someone else if she is plain. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Prague Beauty quotes by Henry Kuttner
#32. It wasn't gloom at all, really. There were lights and colors. If it hadn't been for the feel of the water gliding by against his skin he might have imagined himself up in the sky, with meteors and comets blazing past. But these were sea-things, shining in the dark, the luminous life that blazes beneath the southern sea.

First he'd see a tiny twinkling speck, like a star, and it might have been next to his face or a mile away, in that immense, featureless void, with its faint hint of green. It would grow larger. It would turn into a radiant sun of purple or crimson or orange and come rushing at him, and swerve aside at the last moment. There were sinuous ribbons of fire that coiled into bright patterns, and there were schools of tiny fish that flashed by like sparks. Down below, in the deeper abyss, the colors were paler, and once an enormous shape blundered past down there, like the sea-bottom itself moving heavily. Pete watched awhile and then swam up.

("Before I Wake...") #Quote by Henry Kuttner
Prague Beauty quotes by V.C. Andrews
#33. I brushed it until it shone and looked somewhat like it used to look,
only far thinner, and less glorious. #Quote by V.C. Andrews
Prague Beauty quotes by Caroline Winberg
#34. You can always enhance your natural beauty; you learn what works for your face because crazy make-up doesn't really suit anyone. #Quote by Caroline Winberg
Prague Beauty quotes by Johnathan Jena
#35. When darkness falls, beauty is lit from within. #Quote by Johnathan Jena
Prague Beauty quotes by Avijeet Das
#36. Some eyes are as deep as the sea! And you only feel like drowning in them. #Quote by Avijeet Das
Prague Beauty quotes by Betsy Schow
#37. A ferocious growl drew my gaze to the back of the room, where a hairy beast wore a yellow ball gown. I tried to block out the memory of Beauty in that dress earlier this evening. #Quote by Betsy Schow
Prague Beauty quotes by Sabaa Tahir
#38. She has no idea how pretty she is - or what kind of problems her beauty will cause for her at a place like Blackcliff. The wind pulls at her hair again, and I catch her scent - like fruit and sugar. #Quote by Sabaa Tahir

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