Reinforces Quotes

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nothing-reinforces-a-professional-relationship-more-than-enjoying-success-with-someone
the-miss-america-pageant-reinforces-belief-that-women-are-merely-how-they-look-how-they-please
color-does-not-add-a-pleasant-quality-to-design-it-reinforces-it
a-need-for-revenge-can-burn-long-hot-especially-if-every-glance-in-mirror-reinforces-it-suzanne-collins
intelligence-people-are-no-different-from-anybody-else-they-have-preconceptions-when-they-see-them-in-real-life-it-reinforces-how-brilliant-they-think-they-are-tom-clancy
unlike-memory-which-confirms-reinforces-itself-history-contributes-to-disenchantment-world-tony-judt
i-abused-my-body-much-throughout-my-career-that-i-am-literally-held-together-by-glue-the-stuff-i-took-thickens-bones-reinforces-tendons-sylvester-stallone
offering-unequal-leaves-just-reinforces-longstanding-notion-that-parenting-responsibilities-arent-equal-that-doesnt-help-anyone
its-only-when-you-grow-up-step-back-from-him-leave-him-for-your-own-career-your-own-homeits-only-then-that-you-can-measure-his-greatness-fully-appreciate-it-pride-reinforces-love
too-often-our-concept-pastors-church-leaders-reinforces-rather-than-obliterates-sad-state-family-life-in-our-current-context-russell-moore
its-only-when-you-grow-up-step-back-from-him-leave-him-for-your-own-career-your-own-home-its-only-then-that-you-can-measure-his-greatness-fully-appreciate-it-pride-reinforces-lov
the-study-reinforces-message-that-seeds-heart-disease-are-sown-in-early-life-which-is-why-it-is-important-to-try-to-alter-lifestyle-our-children-peter-weissberg
making-resolutions-is-cleansing-ritual-selfassessment-repentance-that-demands-personal-honesty-ultimately-reinforces-humility-breaking-them-is-eric-zorn
fear-darkness-reinforces-darkness-acceptance-kindness-magnify-brightness-doobie-shemer
winners-in-life-visualize-their-success-look-forward-to-reaping-enjoying-rewards-their-accomplishments-they-revel-in-their-hardearned-victory-that-reinforces-their-superior-level
everything-is-going-to-be-alright-doesnt-mean-stubbing-your-toe-wont-hurt-anymore-but-it-reinforces-that-what-takes-place-today-good-bad-is-just-small-piece-larger-puzzle-brian-a
what-is-false-creates-taste-reinforces-itself-by-knowingly-eliminating-any-possible-reference-to-authentic-and-what-is-genuine-is-reconstructed-as-guy-debord
when-we-sit-down-day-after-day-keep-grinding-something-mysterious-starts-to-happen-unseen-forces-enlist-in-our-cause-serendipity-reinforces-our-steven-pressfield
changing-our-decision-sets-up-bad-habit-it-reinforces-decisionmaking-as-expression-bewilderment-ignorance-instead-wisdom-freedom-sakyong-mipham
the-way-you-engage-someones-pain-either-reinforces-their-pain-helps-to-release-it-bryant-mcgill
that-aids-pandemic-is-threatening-sustainable-development-in-africa-only-reinforces-reality-that-health-is-at-center-sustainable-development-gro-harlem-brundtland
learning-through-arts-reinforces-critical-academic-skills-in-reading-language-arts-math-provides-students-with-skills-to-creatively-solve-problems-michelle-obama
and-if-you-can-find-any-way-out-our-culture-then-thats-trap-too-just-wanting-to-get-out-trap-reinforces-trap-chuck-palahniuk
change-begets-change-as-much-as-repetition-reinforces-repetition
I am. I always was. I always am. I shall always be. The past and the future meet in the eternal now. I am the eternal now. I exist. I am. I am in the past. I am in the future. I am in the now. One is all, and all are one. We are one. Everything I see is a part of myself. Everything I can imagine is a part of myself. I could not imagine something that is not. Everyone I interact with is a part of myself. Whatever I put out, I get it back. My state of being matters, it crystallises in my circumstances. The way I respond to my circumstances reinforces my state of being. When I see an echo of an old belief I respond with peace in my heart. My actions are matched with the highest version of myself I can imagine in that moment. Everything changes, and everything transforms from one form of life to yet another. It is a constant flow of life. It is the heart of all existence. Nothing can perish, nothing can cease being. I am always new. I am always history free. I am always consequence free. Yet I can create an illusion of consequence. Everything is possible, yet not everything is probable. It all depends on my synchronicity. What I choose to explore shall present itself to me. What I believe to be true, is true. All illusions are made out of different beliefs. Yet there is only one knowledge. It is the wisdom of old, yet new. The thought gains the power, when it merges with the feeling. I feel what I desire. I always receive what I ask for. I always manifest instantly with no effort. My wisdom is to be aware of what I request. So it be. So it is. I ask for love, and I welcome bliss.

Raphael Zernoff
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Cannabis sativa and its derivatives are strictly prohibited in Turkey, and the natural correlative of this proscription is that alcohol, far from being frowned upon as it is in other Moslem lands, is freely drunk; being a government monopoly it can be bought at any cigarette counter. This fact is no mere detail; it is of primary social importance, since the psychological effects of the two substances are diametrically opposed to each other. Alcohol blurs the personality by loosening inhibitions. The drinker feels, temporarily at least, a sense of participation. Kif abolishes no inhibitions; on the contrary it reinforces them, pushes the individual further back into the recesses of his own isolated personality, pledging him to contemplation and inaction. It is to be expected that there should be a close relationsip between the culture of a given society and the means used by its members to achieve release and euphoria. For Judaism and Christianity the means has always been alcohol; for Islam it has been hashish. The first is dynamic in its effects, the other static. If a nation wishes, however mistakenly, to Westernize itself, first let it give up hashish. The rest will follow, more or less as a manner of course. Conversely, in a Western country, if a whole segment of the population desires, for reasons of protest (as has happened in the United States), to isolate itself in a radical fashion from the society around it, the quickest and surest way is for it to replace alcohol by cannabis.

Paul Bowles
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We drove 22 miles into the country around Farmington. There were meadows and apple orchards. White fences trailed through the rolling fields. Soon the sign started appearing. THE MOST PHOTOGRAPHED BARN IN AMERICA. We counted five signs before we reached the site. There were 40 cars and a tour bus in the makeshift lot. We walked along a cowpath to the slightly elevated spot set aside for viewing and photographing. All the people had cameras; some had tripods, telephoto lenses, filter kits. A man in a booth sold postcards and slides - pictures of the barn taken from the elevated spot. We stood near a grove of trees and watched the photographers. Murray maintained a prolonged silence, occasionally scrawling some notes in a little book. "No one sees the barn, " he said finally. A long silence followed. "Once you've seen the signs about the barn, it becomes impossible to see the barn." He fell silent once more. People with cameras left the elevated site, replaced by others. We're not here to capture an image, we're here to maintain one. Every photograph reinforces the aura. Can you feel it, Jack? An accumulation of nameless energies." There was an extended silence. The man in the booth sold postcards and slides. "Being here is a kind of spiritual surrender. We see only what the others see. The thousands who were here in the past, those who will come in the future. We've agreed to be part of a collective perception. It literally colors our vision. A religious experience in a way, like all tourism." Another silence ensued. "They are taking pictures of taking pictures, " he said.

Don DeLillo
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Ultimately, the roast turkey must be regarded as a monument to Boomer's love. Look at it now, plump and glossy, floating across Idaho as if it were a mammoth, mutated seed pod. Hear how it backfires as it passes the silver mines, perhaps in tribute to the origin of the knives and forks of splendid sterling that a roast turkey and a roast turkey alone possesses the charisma to draw forth into festivity from dark cupboards. See how it glides through the potato fields, familiarly at home among potatoes but with an air of expectation, as if waiting for the flood of gravy. The roast turkey carries with it, in its chubby hold, a sizable portion of our primitive and pagan luggage. Primitive and pagan? Us? We of the laser, we of the microchip, we of the Union Theological Seminary and Time magazine? Of course. At least twice a year, do not millions upon millions of us cybernetic Christians and fax machine Jews participate in a ritual, a highly stylized ceremony that takes place around a large dead bird? And is not this animal sacrificed, as in days of yore, to catch the attention of a divine spirit, to show gratitude for blessings bestowed, and to petition for blessings coveted? The turkey, slain, slowly cooked over our gas or electric fires, is the central figure at our holy feast. It is the totem animal that brings our tribe together. And because it is an awkward, intractable creature, the serving of it establishes and reinforces the tribal hierarchy. There are but two legs, two wings, a certain amount of white meat, a given quantity of dark. Who gets which piece; who, in fact, slices the bird and distributes its limbs and organs, underscores quite emphatically the rank of each member in the gathering. Consider that the legs of this bird are called 'drumsticks, ' after the ritual objects employed to extract the music from the most aboriginal and sacred of instruments. Our ancestors, kept their drums in public, but the sticks, being more actively magical, usually were stored in places known only to the shaman, the medicine man, the high priest, of the Wise Old Woman. The wing of the fowl gives symbolic flight to the soul, but with the drumstick is evoked the best of the pulse of the heart of the universe. Few of us nowadays participate in the actual hunting and killing of the turkey, but almost all of us watch, frequently with deep emotion, the reenactment of those events. We watch it on TV sets immediately before the communal meal. For what are footballs if not metaphorical turkeys, flying up and down a meadow? And what is a touchdown if not a kill, achieved by one or the other of two opposing tribes? To our applause, great young hungers from Alabama or Notre Dame slay the bird. Then, the Wise Old Woman, in the guise of Grandma, calls us to the table, where we, pretending to be no longer primitive, systematically rip the bird asunder. Was Boomer Petaway aware of the totemic implications when, to impress his beloved, he fabricated an outsize Thanksgiving centerpiece? No, not consciously. If and when the last veil dropped, he might comprehend what he had wrought. For the present, however, he was as ignorant as Can o' Beans, Spoon, and Dirty Sock were, before Painted Stick and Conch Shell drew their attention to similar affairs. Nevertheless, it was Boomer who piloted the gobble-stilled butterball across Idaho, who negotiated it through the natural carving knives of the Sawtooth Mountains, who once or twice parked it in wilderness rest stops, causing adjacent flora to assume the appearance of parsley.

Tom Robbins
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