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State Of Katanga quotes by Lee Smith
#1. The state of my nerves precludes any more active an existence #Quote by Lee Smith
State Of Katanga quotes by Walter Brueggemann
#2. Personal voice- prophesy- disrupts the state of communal numbness in which most of us exist. #Quote by Walter Brueggemann
State Of Katanga quotes by Jefferson Han
#3. I want to create an environment where I can create technology, get it into the hands of someone to market it, and move on to other technologies so I can keep innovating. I want to be a serial entrepreneur: Incubate an idea, get it to a good state, and make that an enabler to get to the next state. It's every researcher's fantasy. #Quote by Jefferson Han
State Of Katanga quotes by John Stuart Mill
#4. All that has been said of the importance of individuality of character, and diversity in opinions and
modes of conduct, involves, as of the same unspeakable importance, diversity of education. A general State education is a mere contrivance for moulding people to be exactly like one another: and as the mould in which it casts them is that which pleases the predominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, a priesthood, an aristocracy, or the majority of the existing generation; in proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by natural tendency to one over the body. An education established and
controlled by the State should only exist, if it exist at all, as one among
many competing experiments, carried on for the purpose of example and stimulus, to keep the others up to a certain standard of excellence. #Quote by John Stuart Mill
State Of Katanga quotes by Jeff Chang
#5. For Trump diehards in a time of danger and disjunction, the media's job was not to challenge, but to affirm. So when demonstrators poured not the streets to protest police killings of Blacks, the media was supposed to confirm for them that those chaos makers were actually supporting the killing of cops, that somehow the Movement for Black Lives was a Black version of the Ku Klux Klan. And some pundits - Hannity, the same O'Reilly who confronted Trump - dutifully filled this role. In their telling, 'Black Lives Matter' was not a call to end state violence against Blacks-and in that way, to end state violence against all-it was evidence of hatred against whites, a premonition of racial apocalypse. #Quote by Jeff Chang
State Of Katanga quotes by Abbas Milani
#6. in March 2000, U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright offered an apology for the U.S. role in the August events. She offered carefully worded regrets for the fact that the United States had "played a significant role in orchestrating the overthrow of Iran's popular Prime Minister" in 1953. #Quote by Abbas Milani
State Of Katanga quotes by Dannel Malloy
#7. Whenever people say, 'You should be president,' I say, 'I thought you liked me.' Listen, I thought being mayor of Stamford was a wonderful job. Being governor of a state for a period of time is a wonderful job, and I'm not sure I'm at all attracted to Washington. #Quote by Dannel Malloy
State Of Katanga quotes by Richard Payment
#8. Words have not been made to describe the state of meditation. Language allows us to bite around the edges, to nibble and taste, but never to report the essence. But still we try. Like a dream, never reported while it happens. Like an uncaged song, sweet and alive, but flying high. Like the moment of artistic creation, bright and new, unsullied. Meditation is an open window. We sit at the sill. A vista is revealed. There is no judgement, no anticipation, no memory or regret. In meditation we are without judgement. We sit alone, but there is no loneliness. #Quote by Richard Payment
State Of Katanga quotes by K. Riva Levinson
#9. It is tough to lose. But it is even tougher when the winner is everything that you fear and worse - a criminal enterprise masquerading as a legitimate state. Tougher still to point this out to the Washington establishment, always enamored of tales of second chances and political redemption. It puts you in the position of being a sore loser. Worse, a sore loser with a failed political agenda. So it was as Ellen and I try to raise the alarm after Charles Taylor takes the presidency of Liberia. #Quote by K. Riva Levinson
State Of Katanga quotes by Gerald G. May
#10. You will also be tempted to try to hold onto a sense of presence, to make a steady state of it. It will not work. If you are lucky, you'll just miss the moment and be frustrated. If you are successful in holding on, things will be much worse. At some point you will discover that what you are holding is not real; it is something you yourself have contrived. You will also discover that you have been suppressing and deceiving yourself in order to keep it.

. . . In trying to maintain a state, we are naturally expressing our deep desire for wakeful presence in love. But it is a wrong way of expressing it. This way becomes willful so quickly and insidiously that we lose touch with our relationship with grace . . . And grace, thank God, is not dependent upon our state of mind.

Some traditions would disagree with my advice. Much of the spirituality of the early Christian desert, for example, advised using all one's mental strength to hold onto remembrance of Christ. Some Hindu and Buddhist disciplines encourage a similar forcefulness. Such effortful concentration may have a place in monastic settings and can be helpful as a temporary mental stretch before yielding into simple presence. But I do not recommend it as a steady diet for people who live in the world of families, homes, and workplaces. I have tried it myself, and it only created great trouble for me. I became depressed and irritable inside and absolutely obnoxious around friends and family.

#Quote by Gerald G. May
State Of Katanga quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#11. He was overcome with a sudden sense of premonition, though he did not believe in premonition. He felt things in motion around him, things that he did not understand and could not control, things settling of themselves into an ordained and appointed position, like the revolving spheres of his father's orrery - and he wished to protest this state of affairs, but could not. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
State Of Katanga quotes by Debasish Mridha
#12. Happiness is an awareness, perception, feeling, and imagination. Happiness is a state of mind not a condition. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
State Of Katanga quotes by Fritz Sauckel
#13. Many years before I had left a beautiful country and a rich nation and I returned to that country six years later to find it fundamentally changed and in a state of upheaval, and in great spiritual and material need. #Quote by Fritz Sauckel
State Of Katanga quotes by Jill Bolte Taylor
#14. If I am not persistent with my desire to think about other things, and consciously initiate new circuits of thought, then those uninvited loops can generate new strength and begin monopolizing my mind again. To counter their activities, I keep a handy list of three things available for me to turn my consciousness toward when I am in a state of need: 1) I remember something I find fascinating that I would like to ponder more deeply, 2) I think about something that brings me terrific joy, or 3) I think about something I would like to do. #Quote by Jill Bolte Taylor
State Of Katanga quotes by Elliott Abrams
#15. Peace in the Middle East has been on the Obama administration's mind from the beginning. Two days after his inauguration, the president traveled to the State Department to announce the appointment of George Mitchell as his Middle East peace negotiator. #Quote by Elliott Abrams
State Of Katanga quotes by Samuel Johnson
#16. If a madman were to come into this room with a stick in his hand, no doubt we should pity the state of his mind; but our primary consideration would be to take care of ourselves. We should knock him down first, and pity him afterwards. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
State Of Katanga quotes by Larry Winget
#17. Growing a pair is a state of mind, an attitude, and a way of thinking. It's about giving up being a victim and taking control of your life at every level. It is the willingness to do the right thing even when everyone else is doing the wrong thing. #Quote by Larry Winget
State Of Katanga quotes by Nguyen Minh Triet
#18. In the economy we guarantee all market players the same conditions, and the private sector plays an increasingly important role. We are in the process of dissolving thousands of state-owned companies and converting them into stock corporations. We even plan to accelerate this development. In contrast, it is the party's responsibility to improve the lives of the people, and this is where our citizens have great confidence in us. Party members who commit crimes are severely punished. #Quote by Nguyen Minh Triet
State Of Katanga quotes by Joseph Frank
#19. Years later, when Dostoevsky was reading the book of Job once again, he wrote his wife that it put him into such a state of "unhealthy rapture" that he almost cried. "It's a strange thing, Anya, this books is one of the first in my life which made an impression on me; I was then still almost a child." There is an allusion to this revelatory experience of the young boy in The Brothers Karamazov, where Zosima recalls being struck by a reading of the book of Job at the age of eight and feeling that "for the first time in my life I consciously received the seed of God's word in my heart" (9:287). This seed was one day to flower into the magnificent growth of Ivan Karamazov's passionate protest against God's injustice and the Legend of the Grand Inquisitor, but it also grew into Alyosha's submission to the awesomeness of the infinite before which Job too had once bowed his head, and into Zosima's teaching of the necessity for an ultimate faith in the goodness of God's mysterious wisdom. It is Dostoevsky's genius as a writer to have been able to feel (and to express) both these extremes of rejection and acceptance. While the tension of this polarity may have developed out of the ambivalence of Dostoevsky's psychodynamic relationship with his father, what is important is to see how early it was transposed and projected into the religious symbolism of the eternal problem of theodicy. #Quote by Joseph Frank
State Of Katanga quotes by Bernie Siegel
#20. Some spiritual traditions view the moment of birth as a passage from a state of wholeness and knowledge to a state of forgetting. In this view of the world, we spend the rest of our lives searching for wholeness and knowledge, wellness and health-the balance and harmony we lost when we were born. If our wholeness is interrupted, then our health suffers, and we need to find a way to restore our sense of meaning. When we move in the direction of that meaning, we're healing. #Quote by Bernie Siegel
State Of Katanga quotes by Bram Stoker
#21. There is certainly something to ponder over in this man's state. Several points seem to make what the American interviewer calls "a story," if one could only get them in proper order. Here they are: Will not mention "drinking." Fears the thought of being burdened with the "soul" of anything. Has no dread of wanting "life" in the future. Despises the meaner forms of life altogether, though he dreads being haunted by their souls. Logically all these things point one way! He has assurance of some kind that he will acquire some higher life. He dreads the consequence, the burden of a soul. Then it is a human life he looks to! And the assurance ... ? Merciful God! The Count has been to him, and there is some new scheme of terror afoot! #Quote by Bram Stoker
State Of Katanga quotes by John Dewey
#22. Have not some religions, including the most influential forms of Christianity, taught that the heart of man is totally corrupt? How could the course of religion in its entire sweep not be marked by practices that are shameful in their cruelty and lustfulness, and by beliefs that are degraded and intellectually incredible? What else than what we can find could be expected, in the case of people having little knowledge and no secure method of knowing; with primitive institutions, and with so little control of natural forces that they lived in a constant state of fear? #Quote by John Dewey
State Of Katanga quotes by Eva Mendes
#23. Meditation really helps create not only a sense of balance ... but serenity and kind of a calm state of mind. #Quote by Eva Mendes
State Of Katanga quotes by Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
#24. We want all the Palestinians back in their homeland, and then there can be a fair referendum for people to choose the form of state they want. Whoever gets the majority can rule. #Quote by Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani
State Of Katanga quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#25. Only by the supernatural is a man strong
only by confiding in the divinity which stirs within us. Nothing is so weak as an egotist
nothing is mightier than we, when we are vehicles of a truth before which the state and the individual are alike ephemeral. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
State Of Katanga quotes by Risto Ryti
#26. This trial is a farce. The real prosecutor is not the state of Finland, but the government of one great power. The real defendants are not the persons who were picked on political grounds and now stand accused here. The real defendant is the Finnish people. The purpose of this trial is not to mete out maximum sentences on those accused, but for a Finnish court to declare that Finland was the aggressor in the war and that the Soviet Union was a peace-loving, wronged victim of an unjustified aggression. [Final statement during Soviet dictated "War-responsibility" mock trial, 1945] #Quote by Risto Ryti
State Of Katanga quotes by Albert Allen Bartlett
#27. Can you think of anything that can get better if we crowd more people into our cities, our towns, into our state our nation or on this earth? #Quote by Albert Allen Bartlett
State Of Katanga quotes by Geoffrey Sampson
#28. This 'archaic' stage of Sumerian script is not wholly understood by modern scholarship; and Sumerology is a tightly-knit, somewhat secretive academic discipline, which does not make it easy for the outsider to form a clear view of the current state of knowledge in the field. #Quote by Geoffrey Sampson
State Of Katanga quotes by Anthony Esolen
#29. Until the sexual revolution, most people understood that customs and laws regarding sex were customs and laws to strengthen or at least to protect the family, and that the family was not something created by the State, but was its own small kingdom, a natural society, founded in the bodily nature of man. #Quote by Anthony Esolen
State Of Katanga quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#30. A third group of inflationists do not deny that inflation involves serious disadvantages. Nevertheless, they think that there are higher and more important aims of economic policy than a sound monetary system. They hold that although inflation may be a great evil, yet it is not the greatest evil, and that the State might under certain circumstances find itself in a position where it would do well to oppose greater evils with the lesser evil of inflation. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
State Of Katanga quotes by Greg Abbott
#31. You can look at the state of California, which is on a pathway to destruction because they expanded government too much, thinking that there would always be someone to pay for it. #Quote by Greg Abbott
State Of Katanga quotes by M.B. Dallocchio
#32. Indifference is the worst kind of response when love is expressed. Hate is not the antithesis of love; it's the nonexistence of feeling, a pervasive apathy. When hate is present, so is love. It's passion gone sour and fueled by pain, but, nonetheless, it's passion and love is apparently still alive. Yet when indifference seeps into our spirits, an emotional numbness and permitted scotoma takes the place of any passion – whether it's love or hate – and resigns in a new state of being. #Quote by M.B. Dallocchio
State Of Katanga quotes by Annie Besant
#33. Death consists, indeed, in a repeated process of unrobing, or unsheathing. The immortal part of man shakes off from itself, one after the other, its outer casings, and - as the snake from its skin, the butterfly from its chrysalis - emerges from one after another, passing into a higher state of consciousness. #Quote by Annie Besant
State Of Katanga quotes by A.E. Samaan
#34. The term "totalitarian" was derived from Adolf Hitler's "Total State", which was a "craddle to grave" solution that sought to micro-manage all aspects of humanity. #Quote by A.E. Samaan
State Of Katanga quotes by Alva Myrdal
#35. The economic and political roots of the conflicts are too strong for us to pretend to create a lasting state of harmonious understanding between men. #Quote by Alva Myrdal
State Of Katanga quotes by Billy Porter
#36. All you need to do is turn on the news, and in five minutes, you're depressed with the state of the world. Choosing joy is a completely active choice. It doesn't just happen. You can't just say, 'I want to be happy.' You have to take action. #Quote by Billy Porter
State Of Katanga quotes by Justin Welby
#37. It is absolutely right for the state to define the rights and status of people cohabiting in different forms of relationships, including civil partnerships. #Quote by Justin Welby
State Of Katanga quotes by Travis Bradberry
#38. Most people believe that their listening skills are where they need to be, even though they aren't. A study at Wright State University surveyed more than 8,000 people from different verticals, and almost all rated themselves as listening as well as or better than their co-workers. We know intuitively that many of them are wrong. #Quote by Travis Bradberry
State Of Katanga quotes by Erin Bowman
#39. It shows damn near everything. I's been hiding my breasts for so long, I half forgot I had 'em. #Quote by Erin Bowman
State Of Katanga quotes by Amit Ray
#40. Dualities and polarities are the clouds of your mind. Come out of the negative thought patterns. Come out of the survival machine. Time to time you need stop the thinking machine, and get in touch with the eternity - the state of the 'no-mind'  - the state of the pure being #Quote by Amit Ray

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