Perishable Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
people-can-burn-archives-people-can-destroy-evidence-but-to-say-that-history-is-perishable-that-historical-evidence-is-perishable-is-different-than-errol-morris
i-am-not-perishable-body-but-eternal-self
civilization-is-perishable-commodity-helen-clark-macinnes
our-opportunities-to-give-ourselves-are-indeed-limitless-but-they-are-also-perishable-thomas-s-monson
time-is-at-once-the-most-valuable-and-the-most-perishable-of-all-our-possessions
souvenirs-are-perishable-fortunately-memories-are-not
why-should-i-go-into-details-we-have-nothing-that-is-not-perishable-except-what-our-hearts-our-intellects-endows-us-with-ovid
integrity-is-perishable-in-summer-months-success
they-tell-us-that-plants-are-not-like-man-immortal-but-are-perishablesoul-less-i-think-that-is-something-that-we-know-exactly-nothing-about-john-muir
for-perishable-must-clothe-itself-with-imperishable-mortal-with-immortality-1-corinthians-1553
surely-something-resides-in-this-heart-that-is-not-perishable-life-is-more-than-dream-mary-wollstonecraft
wine-is-successful-effort-to-translate-perishable-into-permanent-john-arlott
it-is-tragedy-other-people-that-they-are-merely-showcases-for-perishable-collections-ones-own-mind-marcel-proust
the-content-most-textbooks-is-perishable-but-tools-self-directedness-serve-one-well-over-time
i-could-even-feel-how-perishable-all-my-moments-really-were-how-all-my-life-they-had-come-to-me-begging-to-be-lived-to-be-cherished-even-sue-monk-kidd
so-will-it-be-with-resurrection-dead-the-body-that-is-sown-is-perishable-it-is-raised-imperishable-1-corinthians-1542
everything-that-is-was-will-be-eternally-is-even-countless-forms-which-are-finite-perishable-only-in-their-objective-not-in-their-ideal-form
death-is-mother-beauty-only-perishable-can-be-beautiful-which-is-why-we-are-unmoved-by-artificial-flowers-wallace-stevens
for-you-have-been-born-again-not-perishable-seed-but-imperishable-through-living-enduring-word-god-1-peter-123
hope-is-the-struggle-of-the-soul-breaking-loose-from-what-is-perishable-and-attesting-her-eternity
in-this-marvelous-dispensation-fulness-times-our-opportunities-to-give-ourselves-are-indeed-limitless-but-they-are-also-perishable-thomas-s-monson
life-is-perishable-the-quicker-you-consume-it-the-better-it-feels-stop-thinking-start-living
for-you-know-that-it-was-not-with-perishable-things-such-as-silver-gold-that-you-were-redeemed-from-empty-way-life-handed-down-to-you-from-your-1-peter-118
the-mesh-is-about-creating-managing-whats-perishable-it-provides-businesses-with-ability-to-reach-audience-one-at-precise-time
which-is-greater-merit-to-enlighten-human-race-which-remains-forever-to-save-ones-fatherland-which-is-perishable-denis-diderot
food-is-not-simply-organic-fuel-to-keep-body-soul-together-it-is-perishable-art-that-must-be-savoured-at-peak-perfection-ea-bucchianeri
the-history-science-shows-that-theories-are-perishable-with-every-new-truth-that-is-revealed-we-get-better-understanding-nature-our-conceptions-views-are-modified
i-realize-i-had-to-learn-to-stop-chasing-perishable-prizes-this-earth-give-my-best-effort-unto-god-trust-him-with-results-jeremy-lin
for-country-without-past-is-nothing-word-that-hardly-spoken-loses-its-meaning-a-perishable-wall-destroyed-by-flame-an-echo-animal-emotions-czeslaw-milosz
the-temperature-my-blood-dropped-several-degrees-i-took-step-back-my-heart-quickened-storm-i-prompted-looking-at-boxes-on-dock-labeled-nonperishable-kirby-howell
radical-common-sense-is-wisdom-gleaned-from-past-that-recognizes-perishable-opportunities-moment-it-is-willingness-to-admit-error-refusal-to-be-deterred-by-failure
i-like-to-point-out-that-people-often-confuse-idea-that-truth-is-subjective-with-fact-that-truth-is-perishable-errol-morris
if-man-reflects-on-changes-transformations-which-follow-one-another-like-wave-after-wave-their-rapidity-he-will-despise-everything-which-is-marcus-aurelius
perishability-in-a-photograph-is-important-in-a-picture-if-a-photograph-looks-perishable-we-say-gee-im-glad-i-have-that-moment
the-faithful-do-not-die-perhaps-they-become-translated-from-this-perishable-world-to-the-world-of-eternal-existences
the-ideal-after-all-is-true-than-real-for-ideal-is-eternal-element-in-perishable-things-henri-frederic-amiel
unfortunately-moral-beauty-in-art-like-physical-beauty-in-person-is-extremely-perishable-susan-sontag
i-declare-to-you-brothers-that-flesh-blood-cannot-inherit-kingdom-god-nor-does-perishable-inherit-imperishable-1-corinthians-1550
all-of-us-have-mortal-bodies-composed-of-perishable-matter-but-the-soul-lives-forever-it-is-a-portion-of-the-deity-housed-in-our-bodies
i-do-not-write-to-you-but-you-because-paper-that-we-write-onis-our-perishable-skin-melissa-leehoughton
true-selfreliance-does-not-mean-reliance-on-ones-physical-strength-it-means-reliance-on-something-mightier-something-which-is-less-perishable-it-means-swami-paramananda
i-have-learnt-that-good-marriage-is-healing-for-soul-something-to-relish-but-bad-marriage-is-longsuffering-thing-to-be-endured-the-only-good-thing-about-marriage-is-that-its-peri
immortal-existence-sometimes-living-is-not-such-easy-task-being-here-there-the-spirit-is-same-only-changes-place-where-shows-here-makeup-is-meat-there-is-infinite-light-in-flesh-
Don't dash off a six-thousand-word story before breakfast. Don't write too much. Concentrate your sweat on one story, rather than dissipate it over a dozen. Don't loaf and invite inspiration; light out after it with a club, and if you don't get it you will none the less get something that looks remarkably like it. Set yourself a 'stint, ' [London wrote 1, 000 words nearly every day of his adult life] and see that you do that 'stint' each day; you will have more words to your credit at the end of the year. Study the tricks of the writers who have arrived. They have mastered the tools with which you are cutting your fingers. They are doing things, and their work bears the internal evidence of how it is done. Don't wait for some good Samaritan to tell you, but dig it out for yourself. See that your pores are open and your digestion is good. That is, I am confident, the most important rule of all. Keep a notebook. Travel with it, eat with it, sleep with it. Slap into it every stray thought that flutters up into your brain. Cheap paper is less perishable than gray matter, and lead pencil markings endure longer than memory. And work. Spell it in capital letters. WORK. WORK all the time. Find out about this earth, this universe; this force and matter, and the spirit that glimmers up through force and matter from the maggot to Godhead. And by all this I mean WORK for a philosophy of life. It does not hurt how wrong your philosophy of life may be, so long as you have one and have it well. The three great things are: GOOD HEALTH; WORK; and a PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE. I may add, nay, must add, a fourth-SINCERITY. Without this, the other three are without avail; with it you may cleave to greatness and sit among the giants." [Getting Into Print (The Editor magazine, March 1903)]

Jack London
dont-dash-off-sixthousandword-story-before-breakfast-dont-write-too-much-concentrate-your-sweat-on-one-story-rather-than-dissipate-it-over-dozen-dont-loaf-invite-inspiration-ligh
Our opportunities to give of ourselves are indeed limitless, but they are also perishable. There are hearts to gladden. There are kind words to say. There are gifts to be given. There are deeds to be done. There are souls to be saved. As we remember that 'when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God, ' (Mosiah 2:17) we will not find ourselves in the unenviable position of Jacob Marley's ghost, who spoke to Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens's immortal "Christmas Carol." Marley spoke sadly of opportunities lost. Said he: 'Not to know that any Christian spirit working kindly in its little sphere, whatever it may be, will find its mortal life too short for its vast means of usefulness. Not to know that no space of regret can make amends for one life's opportunity misused! Yet such was I! Oh! such was I!' Marley added: 'Why did I walk through crowds of fellow-beings with my eyes turned down, and never raise them to that blessed Star which led the Wise Men to a poor abode? Were there no poor homes to which its light would have conducted me!' Fortunately, as we know, Ebenezer Scrooge changed his life for the better. I love his line, 'I am not the man I was.' Why is Dickens' "Christmas Carol" so popular? Why is it ever new? I personally feel it is inspired of God. It brings out the best within human nature. It gives hope. It motivates change. We can turn from the paths which would lead us down and, with a song in our hearts, follow a star and walk toward the light. We can quicken our step, bolster our courage, and bask in the sunlight of truth. We can hear more clearly the laughter of little children. We can dry the tear of the weeping. We can comfort the dying by sharing the promise of eternal life. If we lift one weary hand which hangs down, if we bring peace to one struggling soul, if we give as did the Master, we can-by showing the way-become a guiding star for some lost mariner.

Thomas S. Monson
our-opportunities-to-give-ourselves-are-indeed-limitless-but-they-are-also-perishable-there-are-hearts-to-gladden-there-are-kind-words-to-say-there-are-gifts-to-be-given-there-ar
I feel to that the gap between my new life in New York and the situation at home in Africa is stretching into a gulf, as Zimbabwe spirals downwards into a violent dictatorship. My head bulges with the effort to contain both worlds. When I am back in New York, Africa immediately seems fantastical - a wildly plumaged bird, as exotic as it is unlikely. Most of us struggle in life to maintain the illusion of control, but in Africa that illusion is almost impossible to maintain. I always have the sense there that there is no equilibrium, that everything perpetually teeters on the brink of some dramatic change, that society constantly stands poised for some spasm, some tsunami in which you can do nothing but hope to bob up to the surface and not be sucked out into a dark and hungry sea. The origin of my permanent sense of unease, my general foreboding, is probably the fact that I have lived through just such change, such a sudden and violent upending of value systems. In my part of Africa, death is never far away. With more Zimbabweans dying in their early thirties now, mortality has a seat at every table. The urgent, tugging winds themselves seem to whisper the message, memento mori, you too shall die. In Africa, you do not view death from the auditorium of life, as a spectator, but from the edge of the stage, waiting only for your cue. You feel perishable, temporary, transient. You feel mortal. Maybe that is why you seem to live more vividly in Africa. The drama of life there is amplified by its constant proximity to death. That's what infuses it with tension. It is the essence of its tragedy too. People love harder there. Love is the way that life forgets that it is terminal. Love is life's alibi in the face of death. For me, the illusion of control is much easier to maintain in England or America. In this temperate world, I feel more secure, as if change will only happen incrementally, in manageable, finely calibrated, bite-sized portions. There is a sense of continuity threaded through it all: the anchor of history, the tangible presence of antiquity, of buildings, of institutions. You live in the expectation of reaching old age. At least you used to. But on Tuesday, September 11, 2001, those two states of mind converge. Suddenly it feels like I am back in Africa, where things can be taken away from you at random, in a single violent stroke, as quick as the whip of a snake's head. Where tumult is raised with an abruptness that is as breathtaking as the violence itself.

Peter Godwin
i-feel-to-that-gap-between-my-new-life-in-new-york-situation-at-home-in-africa-is-stretching-into-gulf-as-zimbabwe-spirals-downwards-into-violent-dictatorship-my-head-bulges-with