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Priestess Identity quotes by Yukio Mishima
#1. …Shunsuké hated the preoccupation with modern psychology that judged his casual, offhand remarks or his daily actions as betraying his identity or ideas with better clarity than did his highly polished sentences. #Quote by Yukio Mishima
Priestess Identity quotes by Kate Morton
#2. Then he led her to sit by him on a fallen gum trunk, smooth and white, and he leaned to whisper in her ear. Transferred the secret he and her mother had kept for seventeen years. Waited for the flicker of recognition, the minute shift in expression as she registered what he was telling her. Watched as the bottom fell out of her world and the person she had been vanished in an instant. #Quote by Kate Morton
Priestess Identity quotes by Jose Antonio Vargas
#3. For Filipino Americans, it's a battle for recognition, for identity in a culture where, for the mainstream, Asians tend to fade into a monochromatic racialized 'other.' #Quote by Jose Antonio Vargas
Priestess Identity quotes by Alison Miller
#4. Over centuries, organised perpetrator groups have observed and studied the way in which extreme childhood traumas, such as accidents, bereavement, war, natural disasters, repeated hospitalisations and surgeries, and (most commonly) child abuse (sexual, physical, and emotional) cause a child's mind to be split into compartments. Occult groups originally utilised this phenomenon to create alternative identities and what they believed to be "possession" by various spirits. In the twentieth century, probably beginning with the Nazis, other organised groups developed ways to harm children and deliberately structure their victims' minds in such a way that they would not remember what happened, or that if they began to remember they would disbelieve their own memories. Consequently, the memories of what has happened to a survivor are hidden within his or her inside parts. #Quote by Alison Miller
Priestess Identity quotes by Mark Manson
#5. The point is this: we all must give a fuck about something, in order to value something. And to value something, we must reject what is not that something. To value X, we must reject non-X. That rejection is an inherent and necessary part of maintaining our values, and therefore our identity. We are defined by what we choose to reject. And if we reject nothing (perhaps in fear of being rejected by something ourselves), we essentially have no identity at all. (p.171) #Quote by Mark Manson
Priestess Identity quotes by Timothy Keller
#6. Religion: 'My identity is built on being a good person.' Gospel: 'My identity is not built on my record or my performance but on Christ's.' #Quote by Timothy Keller
Priestess Identity quotes by Douglas Murray
#7. For the Church of Sweden, the Church of England, the German Lutheran Church and many other branches of European Christianity, the message of the religion has become a form of left-wing politics, diversity action and social welfare projects. #Quote by Douglas Murray
Priestess Identity quotes by Rebekah Elizabeth Gamble
#8. Being equal does not mean being the same. #Quote by Rebekah Elizabeth Gamble
Priestess Identity quotes by David C. Pollock
#9. Anthropologist Gary Weaver suggested looking at culture as a kind of iceberg: one portion is clearly visible above the surface of the water, while the much larger chunk of ice is hidden below. The part above the water can be considered surface culture––what we can physically see or hear, including behavior, words, customs, language, and traditions. Underneath the water, invisible to all, is the deep culture. This place includes our beliefs, values, assumptions, worldview, and thought processes. #Quote by David C. Pollock
Priestess Identity quotes by Suzie Burke
#10. I honestly didn't believe I could bear any more suffering. I was convinced that the child within me was just too young to endure all this, much less understand it. She just wanted to be normal. But another part of me knew that to become normal, all the pieces of this puzzle had to become conscious.
p164 #Quote by Suzie Burke
Priestess Identity quotes by Sarah Hepola
#11. Not taking a drink was easy. Just a matter of muscle movement, the simple refusal to put alcohol to my lips. The impossible part was everything else. How could I talk to people? Who would I be? What would intimacy look like, if it weren't coaxed out by the glug-glug of a bottle of wine or a pint of beer? Would I have to join AA? Become one of those frightening 12-step people? How the fuck could I write? My livelihood, my identity, my purpose, my light - all extinguished with the tightening of a screw cap. #Quote by Sarah Hepola
Priestess Identity quotes by Bruce Feiler
#12. We no longer just take religious identity from our parents, so what's going on? Why are people going to this series, why are people reading so many books about religion? It's because they want answers. The answers are no longer just passed down from generation to generation. It's harder for people. In effect, you have to roll up your sleeve and ask the questions. But if you do it, if you forge your own identity, it can be much more personal and much more meaningful to you. #Quote by Bruce Feiler
Priestess Identity quotes by Raymond E. Feist
#13. There are cities that have no ... I don't know what to call it, an identity perhaps. A sense of being someplace different. Lots of those in the Empire. Very old cities with lots of history, but one day is much like the next. #Quote by Raymond E. Feist
Priestess Identity quotes by Jenny Nordberg
#14. Someday in our future it may be possible for women everywhere not to be restricted to those roles society deems natural, God-given, or appropriately feminine. A woman will not need to be disguised as a man to go outside, to climb a tree, or to make money. She will not need to make an effort to resemble a man, or to think like one. Instead, she can speak a language that men will want to understand. She will be free to wear a suit or a skirt or something entirely different. She will not count as three-quarters of a man, and her testimony will not be worth half a man's. She will be recognized as someone's sister, mother, and daughter. And maybe, someday, her identity will not be confined to how she relates to a brother, a son, or a father. Instead, she will be recognized as an individual, whose life holds value only in itself. #Quote by Jenny Nordberg
Priestess Identity quotes by Bryant McGill
#15. Low-grade pain can be so rooted in your being that the pain begins to look like you, and you begin to look like the pain - it becomes your identity. #Quote by Bryant McGill
Priestess Identity quotes by Gardner Howard
#16. New media technologies can open up new opportunities for self-expression. But yoking one's identity too closely to certain characteristics of these technologies - and lacking the time, opportunity, or inclination to explore life and lives offline - may result in an impoverished sense of self. #Quote by Gardner Howard
Priestess Identity quotes by Rory Miller
#17. A common romantic script is the rescue. One person has a horrible past of abuse and betrayal and latches on to a romantic partner who wants to be the hero and protect her from all badness. The protection from harm quickly becomes a protection from consequences. The rescued princess uses the relationship as a safe environment where growth and becoming strong are not necessary. The relationship quickly becomes co-dependent. The victim cannot survive on her own, and the rescuer gets his identity from shielding her from the world. #Quote by Rory Miller
Priestess Identity quotes by Jarod Kintz
#18. If you tell me I look like someone you know, I might get panicked and think you're on to me. I thought nobody saw me abduct that guy and steal his identity. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Priestess Identity quotes by Frank Schaeffer
#19. The theological battles of the 1920s and 1930s shaped Dad in the same way that political battles would shape the Vietnam generation in the 1960s. Passions forged in those battles became part of a personal identity that was difficult for people who did not share the passionate and polarizing experiences to understand. When #Quote by Frank Schaeffer
Priestess Identity quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#20. Like the microscopic strands of DNA that predetermine the identity of a macroscopic species and the unique propertires of its members, the modern look and feel of the cosmos was writ in the fabric of its earliest moments, and carried relentlessly through time and space. We feel it when we look up. We feel it when we look down. We feel it when we look within. #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Priestess Identity quotes by Mohsin Hamid
#21. When the machine of a human being is turned on, it seems to produce a protagonist, just as a television produces an image. I think this protagonist, this self, often recognizes that it is a fictional construct, but it also recognizes that thinking of itself as such might cause it to disintegrate. #Quote by Mohsin Hamid
Priestess Identity quotes by Jomo Kenyatta
#22. Where there has been racial hatred, it must be ended. Where there has been tribal animosity, it will be finished. Let us not dwell upon the bitterness of the past. I would rather look to the future, to the good new Kenya, not to the bad old days. If we can create this sense of national direction and identity, we shall have gone a long way to solving our economic problems. #Quote by Jomo Kenyatta
Priestess Identity quotes by Victor Hugo
#23. In short, between men and women you want ... "
"Equality! You can't mean it. Man and woman are two different creatures."
"I said equality. I didn't say identity. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Priestess Identity quotes by Grant H. Kester
#24. This assumption of the intrinsically repressive nature of collective experience and redemptive power of individuation is a staple of contemporary art theory and criticism. I would argue that a closer analysis of collaborative and collective art practices can reveal a more complex model of social change and identity, one in which the binary oppositions of divided vs. coherent subjectivity, desiring singularity vs. totalizing collective, liberating distanciation vs. stultifying interdependence, are challenged and complicated. #Quote by Grant H. Kester
Priestess Identity quotes by Judah Smith
#25. If you dont love, youve lost your distinction, definition, uniqueness, and identity. #Quote by Judah Smith
Priestess Identity quotes by Ellen Glasgow
#26. Youth is the season of tragedy and despair. Youth is the time when one's whole life is entangled in a web of identity, in a perpetual maze of seeking and of finding, of passion and of disillusion, of vague longings and of nameless griefs, of pity that is a blade in the heart, and of 'all the little emptiness of love. #Quote by Ellen Glasgow
Priestess Identity quotes by Diane Von Furstenberg
#27. I believe that all women should have children. I think women are made to have children and to be mothers. I also think women have to have an identity outside the home. #Quote by Diane Von Furstenberg
Priestess Identity quotes by Mitch Albom
#28. I drive a beat-up Mercury Cougar, with the windows down and the music up. I seek my identity in toughness - but it is Morrie's softness that draws me, and because he doesn't look at me as a kid trying to be something more than I am, I relax. #Quote by Mitch Albom
Priestess Identity quotes by Dallas Willard
#29. (God's) nature, identity, and overarching purposes are no doubt unchanging. But his intentions with regard to many particular matters that concern individual human beings are not. This does not diminish him. Far from it. He would be a lesser God if he could not change his intentions when he thinks it is appropriate. #Quote by Dallas Willard
Priestess Identity quotes by Tina Fey
#30. Somewhere around the fifth or seventh grade I figured out that I could ingratiate myself to people by making them laugh. Essentially, I was just trying to make them like me. But after a while it became part of my identity. #Quote by Tina Fey
Priestess Identity quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#31. Never esteem anything as of advantage to you that will make you break your word or lose your self-respect. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Priestess Identity quotes by Bernd Heinrich
#32. We are social animals. We like to feel a part of something of beauty and power that transcends our insignificance. It can be a religion, a political party, a ball club. Why not also Nature? I feel a strong identity with the world of living things. I was born into it; we all were. But we may not feel the ties unless we gain intimacy by seeing, feeling, smelling, touching and studying the natural world. Trying to live in harmony with the dictates of nature is probably as inspirational as living in harmony with the Koran or the Bible. Perhaps it is also a timely undertaking. #Quote by Bernd Heinrich
Priestess Identity quotes by Timothy Keller
#33. If anything becomes more fundamental than God to your happiness, meaning in life, and identity, then it is an idol. #Quote by Timothy Keller
Priestess Identity quotes by George Lucas
#34. When Star Wars became a hit and I had a chance to make the other movies, I had to figure out a way to bring Ben back, but a lot of the issues he had to deal with were carried by Yoda. In a sense, I combined Yoda with the spirit of Ben. I wanted Ben to have some kind of influence, but I didn't want it to be a direct influence where he could help Luke. So Ben has managed to keep his identity after he became one with the Force. One of the things he was doing on Tatooine besides watching over Luke was learning how to keep his identity after he became part of the Force. #Quote by George Lucas
Priestess Identity quotes by Paul Graham
#35. The more labels you have for yourself, the dumber they make you. #Quote by Paul Graham
Priestess Identity quotes by David Livingstone Smith
#36. To perceive others as fully human means to be saddened by the death of every single person, regardless of the population, group, or part of the world from which he comes, and regardless of our own personal acquaintance with him. If we accord him identity, then we must individualize his death [and] … if we accord him community, then we must experience his death as a personal loss. #Quote by David Livingstone Smith

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