Permeates Quotes

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no-emptiness-in-universe-love-permeates-everything-toba-beta
selfrespect-permeates-every-aspect-your-life-joe-clark
the-fact-that-i-lost-my-son-permeates-my-being
hatred-is-air-i-breathe-it-permeates-every-cell-in-my-body-jim-goad
love-permeates-all-things-laws-scientists-should-research-it-more-toba-beta
enthusiasm-glows-radiates-permeates-immediately-captures-everyones-interest-paul-j-meyer
you-want-to-know-whats-wrong-with-world-dad-paused-its-this-alienation-that-permeates-every-aspect-humanity-mark-david-henderson
we-are-land-to-best-my-understanding-that-is-fundamental-idea-that-permeates-american-indian-life-paula-gunn-allen
great-indeed-is-the-sublimity-of-the-creative-to-which-all-beings-owe-their-beginning-and-which-permeates-all-heaven
great-indeed-is-sublimity-creative-to-which-all-beings-owe-their-beginning-which-permeates-all-heaven-laozi
i-do-comedy-to-give-people-ephemeral-escape-from-tragedy-that-permeates-everyday-life
the-transcendental-light-permeates-your-being-washes-away-impurity-all-those-different-selves-which-are-limited-binding-hurting-are-washed-away-frederick-lenz
the-culture-caring-giving-permeates-many-indian-families-in-their-own-way-they-are-engaged-in-philanthropic-pursuits
i-think-person-permeates-spot-lost-presence-makes-environment-timeless-to-me-keeps-area-alive-it-pulsates-because-that-andrew-wyeth
brazils-commitment-to-sustainable-development-is-deep-rooted-one-it-permeates-our-public-policies-our-actions-abroad
oh-how-this-sickens-me-this-wretched-fools-affair-i-cant-erase-this-from-me-and-now-it-permeates-in-every-thought-i-feel-the-anger-writhes-in-my-soul-all-that-remains
style-is-not-something-applied-it-is-something-that-permeates-it-is-nature-that-in-which-it-is-found-whether-poem-manner-god-bearing-man-it-wallace-stevens
i-think-my-perception-my-own-life-is-different-fact-that-lauren-myself-are-together-ive-never-felt-this-free-happy-that-permeates-onto-my-onstage-persona-to-my-working-environmen
many-women-i-think-resist-feminism-because-it-is-agony-to-be-fully-conscious-brutal-misogyny-which-permeates-culture-society-all-personal-relationships-andrea-dworkin
buddhism-is-more-philosophy-for-living-rather-than-religion-dogma-its-about-being-awake-free-from-illusions-fear-that-compassion-loving-kindness-permeates-all-our-relationships-c
while-we-spend-our-life-asking-questions-about-nature-cancer-ways-to-prevent-cure-it-society-merrily-produces-oncogenic-substances-permeates-environment-with-them
just-as-oil-is-present-in-every-part-olive-love-permeates-every-part-creation-paramahansa-yogananda
it-is-not-light-they-need-but-strength-strength-permeates-through-external-balm-words-good-example-vincent-de-paul
death-life-are-manifestations-gods-activity-you-cannot-separate-two-god-permeates-all-sri-sathya-sai-baba
a-person-does-not-hear-sound-only-through-ears-he-hears-sound-through-every-pore-his-body-it-permeates-entire-being-hazrat-inayat-khan
a-kind-word-sends-vibes-love-if-we-are-perceptive-if-we-know-how-love-permeates-proliferates-with-this-little-gesture-giving-balroop-singh
its-funny-because-music-is-one-those-things-it-is-natural-to-go-into-you-hear-it-much-growing-up-it-kind-permeates-you-eventually-you-spew-out-dhani-harrison
love-permeates-all-energizes-life-even-evil-has-love-if-not-she-is-dead-toba-beta
feminism-is-struggle-to-end-sexist-oppression-therefore-it-is-necessarily-struggle-to-eradicate-ideology-domination-that-permeates-western-culture-bell-hooks
because-my-master-was-this-renaissance-man-i-wasnt-just-learning-fighting-style-i-was-learning-how-kung-fu-permeates-all-aspects-life-from-eating-to-healthy-living-to-mental-stat
love-is-vital-essence-that-pervades-permeates-from-center-to-circumference-graduating-circles-all-thought-action-love-is-talisman-human-weal-woe-open-sesame-to-every-soul-elizabe
his-knowledge-background-permeates-his-work-we-know-hes-not-like-that-in-real-life-we-know-hes-fine-person-warm-person-easy-to-work-with-dan-grimaldi
a-happy-disposition-is-largely-disposition-to-make-others-happy-one-life-permeates-all-things-there-is-no-corner-cosmos-too-remote-to-feel-its-henry-wood
this-permeates-life-i-find-it-important-in-dealing-with-children-dealing-with-spouses-dealing-with-neighbors-dealing-with-customers-thomas-schelling
i-still-think-theres-big-part-population-that-has-lot-misinformation-about-sharks-but-i-think-its-beginning-to-change-little-bit-as-good-information-about-sharks-permeates-popula
narrow-behaviourist-thinking-permeates-political-social-policy-medical-practice-childrearing-advice-dispensed-by-parenting-experts-academic-discourse-we-keep-trying-to-change-peo
In our folk nobody has any experience of youth, there's barely even any time for being a toddler. The children simply don't have any time in which they might be children... Indeed... there's simply no way that we would be able to provide our children with a viable childhood, one that is real. Naturally, there are consequences. There's a certain ever present, not to be liquidated childishness that permeates our folk; We often act in ways that are totally and utterly ridiculous and, indeed, precisely like children we do things that are crazy, letting loose with our assets in a manner that is bereft of all rationality, prodigious in our celebrations, partaking in a light-headed frivolousness that is divorced from all sensibility, and often enough all simply for the sake of some small token of fun, so much do we love having our small amusements. But our folk isn't only childish, to a certain extent we also age prematurely, childhood and old age mix themselves differently with us than by others. We don't have any youth, we jump right away into maturity and, then, we remain grown-ups for too long and as a consequence to this there's a broad shadow of a certain tiredness and a sort of hopelessness that colours our essential nature, a nature that as a whole is otherwise so tenacious and permeated by hope, strong hope. This, no doubt, this is related to why we're so disinclined toward music-we're too old for music, so much excitement, so much passion doesn't sit well with our heaviness;

Franz Kafka
in-our-folk-nobody-has-any-experience-youth-theres-barely-even-any-time-for-being-toddler-the-children-simply-dont-have-any-time-in-which-they-might-be-children-indeed-theres-sim
People are afraid to merge on freeways in Los Angeles. This is the first thing I hear when I come back to the city. Blair picks me up from LAX and mutters this under her breath as she drives up the onramp. She says, "People are afraid to merge on freeways in Los Angeles." Though that sentence shouldn't bother me, it stays in my mind for an uncomfortably long time. Nothing else seems to matter. Not the fact that I'm eighteen and it's December and the ride on the plane had been rough and the couple from Santa Barbara, who were sitting across from me in first class, had gotten pretty drunk. Not the mud that had splattered on the legs of my jeans, which felt kind of cold and loose, earlier that day at an airport in New Hampshire. Not the stain on the arm of the wrinkled, damp shirt I wear, a shirt which looked fresh and clean this morning. Not the tear on the neck of my gray argyle vest, which seems vaguely more eastern than before, especially next to Blair's clean tight jeans and her pale-blue shirt. All of this seems irrelevant next to that one sentence. It seems easier to hear that people are afraid to merge than "I'm pretty sure Muriel is anorexic" or the singer on the radio crying out about magnetic waves. Nothing else seems to matter to me but those ten words. Not the warm winds, which seem to propel the car down the empty asphalt freeway, or the faded smell of marijuana which still faintly permeates Blaire's car. All it comes down to is the fact that I'm a boy coming home for a month and meeting someone whom I haven't seen for four months and people are afraid to merge.

Bret Easton Ellis
people-are-afraid-to-merge-on-freeways-in-los-angeles-this-is-first-thing-i-hear-when-i-come-back-to-city-blair-picks-me-up-from-lax-mutters-this-under-her-breath-as-she-drives-u
Within sixty-minute limits or one-hundred-yard limits or the limits of a game board, we can look for perfect moments or perfect structures. In my fiction I think this search sometimes turns out to be a cruel delusion. No optimism, no pessimism. No homesickness for lost values or for the way fiction used to be written. Everybody seems to know everything. Subjects surface and are totally exhausted in a matter of days or weeks, totally played out by the publishing industry and the broadcast industry. Nothing is too arcane to escape the treatment, the process. Making things difficult for the reader is less an attack on the reader than it is on the age and its facile knowledge-market. The writer is the person who stands outside society, independent of affiliation and independent of influence. The writer is the man or woman who automatically takes a stance against his or her government. There are so many temptations for American writers to become part of the system and part of the structure that now, more than ever, we have to resist. American writers ought to stand and live in the margins, and be more dangerous. Writers in repressive societies are considered dangerous. That's why so many of them are in jail. Some people prefer to believe in conspiracy because they are made anxious by random acts. Believing in conspiracy is almost comforting because, in a sense, a conspiracy is a story we tell each other to ward off the dread of chaotic and random acts. Conspiracy offers coherence. I see contemporary violence as a kind of sardonic response to the promise of consumer fulfillment in America... I see this desperation against the backdrop of brightly colored packages and products and consumer happiness and every promise that American life makes day by day and minute by minute everywhere we go. Discarded pages mark the physical dimensions of a writer's labor. Film allows us to examine ourselves in ways earlier societies could not-examine ourselves, imitate ourselves, extend ourselves, reshape our reality. It permeates our lives, this double vision, and also detaches us, turns some of us into actors doing walk-throughs. Every new novel stretches the term of the contract-let me live long enough to do one more book. You become a serious novelist by living long enough.

Don DeLillo
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