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Spatio Temporal quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#1. In a certain sense, everything is everywhere at all times. For every location
involves an aspect of itself in every other location. Thus every spatio-temporal
standpoint mirrors the world. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Spatio Temporal quotes by Robert Lanza
#2. Our thoughts have an order, not of themselves, but because the mind generates the spatio-temporal relationships involved in every experience. #Quote by Robert Lanza
Spatio Temporal quotes by Bruno Walter
#3. Our music, whose eternal being is forever bound up in its temporal sounds, is not merely an art, enriching beyond measure our cultural life, but also a message from higher worlds, raising and urging us on by it's reminders of our own eternal origins. #Quote by Bruno Walter
Spatio Temporal quotes by Frank Kermode
#4. Novels, says Sartre, are not life, but they owe our power upon us, as upon himself as an infant, to the fact that they are somehow like life. In life, he once remarked, 'all ways are barred and nevertheless we must act. So we try to change the world; that is, to live as if the relations between things and their potentialities were governed not by deterministic processes but by magic.' The as if of the novel consists in a similar negation of determinism, the establishment of an accepted freedom by magic. We make up aventures, invent and ascribe the significance of temporal concords to those 'privileged moments' to which we alone award their prestige, make our own human clocks tick in a clockless world. And we take a man who is by definition de trop, and create a context in which he isn't.

The novel is a lie only as our quotidian inventions are lies. The power which goes to its making--the imagination --is a function of man's inescapable freedom. This freedom, in Mary Warnock's words, 'expresses itself in his ability to see things which are not.' It is by his fiction that we know he is free. It is not surprising that Sartre as ontologist, having to describe many kinds of fictive behaviour, invents stories to do so, thus moving into a middle ground between life and novel. .... #Quote by Frank Kermode
Spatio Temporal quotes by Sarah Lewis
#5. A near win shifts our view of the landscape. It can turn future goals, which we tend to envision at a distance, into more proximate events. We consider temporal distance as we do spatial distance. (Visualize a great day tomorrow and we see it with granular, practical clarity. But picture what a great day in the future might be like, not tomorrow but fifty years from now, and the image will be hazier.) #Quote by Sarah Lewis
Spatio Temporal quotes by Susan Cain
#6. Restorative niche' is Professor Little's term for the place you go when you want to return to your true self. It can be a physical place, like the path beside the Richelieu River, or a temporal one, like the quiet breaks you plan between sales calls. #Quote by Susan Cain
Spatio Temporal quotes by Mikhail Bakhtin
#7. fundamentally distinguish the novel in principle from other genres: (i) its stylistic three-dimensionality, which is linked with the multi-languaged consciousness realized in the novel; (2) the radical change it effects in the temporal coordinates of the literary image; (3) the new zone opened by the novel for structuring literary images, namely, the zone of maximal contact with the present (with contemporary reality) in all its openendedness. #Quote by Mikhail Bakhtin
Spatio Temporal quotes by Edgar Cayce
#8. For the material, at best, is only temporal, or temporary, while that which may be built from spiritual desire, spiritual purposes, is eternal. #Quote by Edgar Cayce
Spatio Temporal quotes by William J. Bernstein
#9. Humans abstract and record information in five major ways: with writing, mathematical notation, painting/photography/videography, maps, and clocks - that is, we can abstract and record verbal, numerical, visual, spatial, and temporal information. #Quote by William J. Bernstein
Spatio Temporal quotes by Rumi
#10. Was dead
i came alive
i was tears
i became laughter
all because of love
when it arrived
my temporal life
from then on
changed to eternal #Quote by Rumi
Spatio Temporal quotes by Burton Hill
#11. For many of us, sadly, the spirit of Christmas is "hurry". And yet, eventually, the hour comes when the rushing ends and the race against the calendar mercifully comes to a close. It is only now perhaps that we truly recognize the spirit of Christmas. ( ... ) With all its temporal confusion, it may just help us to see that by contrast, Christmas itself is eternal. #Quote by Burton Hill
Spatio Temporal quotes by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
#12. Through the life and death of Jesus Christ, history becomes not the transient bearer of eternal values but, for the first time, thoroughly temporal. #Quote by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Spatio Temporal quotes by Henri J.M. Nouwen
#13. God's love for us is everlasting. That means that God's love for us existed before we were born and will exist after we have died. It is an eternal love in which we are embraced. Living a spiritual life calls us to claim that eternal love for ourselves so that we can live our temporal loves – for parents, brothers, sisters, teachers, friends, spouses, and all people who become part of our lives – as reflections or refractions of God's eternal love. No fathers or mothers can love their children perfectly. No husbands or wives can love each other with unlimited love. There is no human love that is not broken somewhere.

When our broken love is the only love we can have, we are easily thrown into despair, but when we can live our broken love as a partial reflection of God's perfect, unconditional love, we can forgive one another our limitations and enjoy together the love we have to offer. #Quote by Henri J.M. Nouwen
Spatio Temporal quotes by Ludwig Feuerbach
#14. Christianity set itself the goal of fulfilling man's unattainable desires, but for that very reason ignored his attainable desires. By promising man eternal life, it deprived him of temporal life, by teaching him to trust in God's help it took away his trust in his own powers; by giving him faith in a better life in heaven, it destroyed his faith in a better life on earth and his striving to attain such a life. Christianity gave man what his imagination desires, but for that very reason failed to give him what he really and truly desires. #Quote by Ludwig Feuerbach
Spatio Temporal quotes by Monte J. Brough
#15. Many of the most important principles of intelligence cannot by taught at universities, from books, or through other temporal learning processes. Often these great principles are learned from afflictions, tribulations, and other mortal experiences. All that we learn in this manner will benefit us not only in this life but also in the next, for 'whatever principle of intelligence we attain unto in this life, it will rise with us in the resurrection'. #Quote by Monte J. Brough
Spatio Temporal quotes by Ramez Naam
#16. It did something to the temporal lobe, one of the circuits involved in religious experience. It was supposed to put people closer to God. It did that. It also made them slaves. #Quote by Ramez Naam
Spatio Temporal quotes by John F. MacArthur Jr.
#17. We're not concerned with the temporal and transient. Our success isn't measured in hours, or even centuries. Our focus is fixed on eternity. The gospel is hard to believe, and the people who bring it to the world are nobodies. The plan is still the same for all who are God's clay pots. To summarize, here is Paul's humble, five-point strategy: We will not lose heart. We will not alter the message. We will not manipulate the results, because we understand that a profound spiritual reality is at work in those who do not believe. We will not expect popularity, and therefore, we will not be disappointed. And we will not be concerned with visible and earthly success but devote our efforts toward that which is unseen and eternal. #Quote by John F. MacArthur Jr.
Spatio Temporal quotes by Abdu'l- Baha
#18. To attain eternal happiness one must suffer. He who has reached the state of self-sacrifice has true joy. Temporal joy will vanish. #Quote by Abdu'l- Baha
Spatio Temporal quotes by Gillian Elizabeth
#19. Open up allowing the temporal and eternal self to dance deeper into the conversation. #Quote by Gillian Elizabeth
Spatio Temporal quotes by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
#20. We, that is, the traditionalists like myself, use the term 'modernism' not in a vague way as characterizing just things that happen to be around today, but as a particular way of looking at the world, a worldview that began in the Renaissance in the West with such components as Renaissance humanism, rationalism, et cetera. As I have mentioned already, modernism rejects the primacy of absolute and ultimate truth transcending the human order and descend- ing upon the human realm from the Divine Order. It places man himself at the center of the stage as 'the absolute.' In a sense it absolutizes the human being in his or her earthly reality. Usually it does not come out and say so explicitly, but that is what it really means; that is, it takes the absolute away from God and puts it on the human plane, and therefore makes human reason, human perceptions, human interests the criteria of reality, of knowledge, of the truth, of the goal of human life. Therefore, as a consequence it substitutes the significance of the temporal and the transient for the abiding and the eternal. #Quote by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Spatio Temporal quotes by Izima Kaoru
#21. If we start to look into the nature of the relationship between time and the dynamics of social exchange, we quickly discover that temporal considerations are equally important as spatial ones when examining the causes of disjunction that can separate familiarization and alienation. Synchronization, it seems, is often in thrall to serendipity - temporal disjunction, like entropy, is one of the irresistible forces of nature. #Quote by Izima Kaoru
Spatio Temporal quotes by John Stuart Mill
#22. To discover to the world something which deeply concerns it, and of which it was previously ignorant; to prove to it that it had been mistaken on some vital point of temporal or spiritual interest, is as important a service as a human being can render to his fellow creatures. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
Spatio Temporal quotes by Saint Augustine
#23. "Give us this day our daily bread," by "this day" we mean "at this time," when we either ask for that sufficiency, signifying the whole of our need under the name of bread, which is the outstanding part of it, or for the sacrament of the faithful, which is necessary at this time for attaining not so much this temporal as that eternal happiness. #Quote by Saint Augustine
Spatio Temporal quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#24. Social questions are too sectional, too topical, too temporal to move a man to the mighty effort which is needed to produce greatpoetry. Prison reform may nerve Charles Reade to produce an effective and businesslike prose melodrama; but it could never produce Hamlet, Faust, or Peer Gynt. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Spatio Temporal quotes by George Herbert Mead
#25. Imagery is not past but present. It rests with what we call our mental processes to place these images in a temporal order. #Quote by George Herbert Mead
Spatio Temporal quotes by Mortimer J. Adler
#26. A good performance, like a human life, is a temporal affair - a process in time. It is good as a whole through being good in its parts, and through their good order to one another. It cannot be called good as a whole until it is finished. During the process all we can say of it, if we speak precisely, is that it is becoming good. The same is true of a whole human life. Just as the whole performance never exists at any one time, but is a process of becoming, so a human life is also a performance in time and a process of becoming. And just as the goodness that attaches to the performance as a whole does not attach to any of its parts, so the goodness of a human life as a whole belongs to it alone, and not to any of its parts or phases. #Quote by Mortimer J. Adler
Spatio Temporal quotes by Samuel P. Huntington
#27. God and Caesar, church and state, spiritual authority and temporal authority, have been a prevailing dualism in Western culture. Only in Hindu civilization were religion and politics also so distinctly separated. In Islam, God is Caesar; in China and Japan, Caesar is God; in Orthodoxy, God is Caesar's junior partner. #Quote by Samuel P. Huntington
Spatio Temporal quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#28. The misfortune of our time is just this, that it has become simply nothing else but 'time', the temporal, which is impatient of hearing anything about eternity. #Quote by Soren Kierkegaard
Spatio Temporal quotes by Aelred Of Rievaulx
#29. No medicine is more valuable, none more efficacious, none better suited to the cure of all our temporal ills than a friend to whom we may turn for consolation in time of trouble, and with whom we may share our happiness in time of joy. #Quote by Aelred Of Rievaulx
Spatio Temporal quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#30. Let temporal things be in the use, eternal things in the desire. #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Spatio Temporal quotes by Jack McDevitt
#31. And, in a way, we're all time travelers. Somehow, the entire temporal stream exists, but we're only conscious of a single moment. #Quote by Jack McDevitt
Spatio Temporal quotes by Alan Moore
#32. Admittedly, I do have several bones, whole war fields full of bones, in fact to pick with organised religion of whatever stripe. This should be seen as a critique of purely temporal agencies who have, to my mind, erected more obstacles between whatever notion of spirituality and Godhead one subscribes to than they have opened doors. To me, the difference between Godhead and the Church is the difference between Elvis and Colonel Parker ... although that conjures images of God dying on the toilet, which is not what I meant at all. #Quote by Alan Moore
Spatio Temporal quotes by Martin Luther
#33. VIII. Beyond all this is the highest stage of faith, when; God punishes the conscience not only with temporal sufferings, but with death, hell, and sin, and refuses grace and mercy, as though it were His will to condemn and to be angry eternally. This few men experience, but David cries out in Psalm vi, "O Lord, rebuke me not in Thine anger." To believe at such times that God, in His mercy, is pleased with us, is the highest work that can be done by and in the creature; #Quote by Martin Luther
Spatio Temporal quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#34. Everything that is visible is temporal. #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Spatio Temporal quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#35. It is easy to see, though it scarcely needs to be pointed out, since it is involved in the fact that Reason is set aside, that faith is not a form of knowledge; for all knowledge is either a knowledge of the eternal, excluding the temporal and historical as indifferent, or it is pure historical knowledge. No knowledge can have for its object the absurdity that the eternal is the historical. #Quote by Soren Kierkegaard
Spatio Temporal quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#36. Cultivate the habit of defining, refining, redefining and redeeming your opportunities. Failure is a temporal event, not a permanent trademark. #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor

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