Resolves 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
at-thirty-man-suspects-himself-fool-knows-it-at-forty-reforms-his-plan-at-fifty-chides-his-infamous-delay-pushes-his-prudent-purpose-to-resolve-in-all-magnanimity-thought-resolve
charity-is-note-that-resolves-discord-austin-omalley
a-good-communication-resolves-every-issue-jesse-neo
negligence-is-rust-soul-that-corrodes-through-all-her-best-resolves-owen-feltham
negligence-is-rust-soul-that-corrodes-through-all-her-best-resolves
the-objection-to-communist-always-resolves-itself-into-fact-that-he-is-not-gentleman-h-l-mencken
whatever-basic-science-resolves-at-some-stage-it-is-use-to-society-the-problem-is-we-do-not-know-when-where
when-man-resolves-to-avenge-himself-he-should-first-all-tear-out-heart-from-his-breast-alexandre-dumas
moving-body-resolves-nothing-sadness-after-all-travels-in-mind-shahrukh-husain
author-refers-to-short-silences-in-which-resolves-which-colour-life-are-often-taken-thomas-hughes
so-let-us-summon-new-spirit-patriotism-responsibility-where-each-us-resolves-to-pitch-in-work-harder-look-over-not-only-ourselves-but-each-other-barack-obama
every-man-who-observes-vigilantly-and-resolves-steadfastly-grows-unconsciously-into-genius
sacrifice-is-first-element-religion-resolves-itself-in-theological-language-into-love-god-james-anthony-froude
the-heart-resolves-this-matter-in-trice-men-only-feel-smart-but-not-vice-alexander-pope
for-when-two-join-in-same-adventure-one-perceives-before-other-how-they-ought-to-act-while-one-alone-however-prompt-resolves-more-tardily-with-homer
the-whole-thing-resolves-itself-into-our-mental-ability-to-control-our-thought-the-man-who-can-do-this-can-have-what-he-wants-can-do-what-he-wishes-ernest-holmes
life-cannot-find-reasons-to-sustain-it-cannot-be-source-decent-natural-regard-unless-each-us-resolves-to-breathe-such-qualities-into-it-frank-herbert
weve-come-under-influence-television-where-in-all-honesty-we-can-follow-show-that-could-just-get-cancelled-midway-through-season-entire-plotline-christopher-bollen
that-whatever-man-says-promises-resolves-in-passion-he-must-stick-to-later-on-when-he-is-cold-soberthis-demand-is-among-heaviest-burdens-that-friedrich-nietzsche
this-is-tough-situation-but-it-is-what-it-is-time-has-amazing-way-knitting-together-solutions-as-long-as-everybody-stays-calm-resolves-to-be-as-amy-dickinson
fear-is-habit-is-self-pity-defeat-anxiety-despair-hopelessness-resignation-you-can-eliminate-all-these-negative-habits-with-two-simple-resolves-i-napoleon-hill
deferring-judgement-to-later-date-resolves-nothing-all-you-are-left-with-is-box-jumbled-slides-collection-knickknacks-odds-ends-here-face-there-sunset-will-ferguson
impatience-translates-itself-into-desire-to-have-something-immediate-done-about-it-all-as-is-generally-case-with-impatience-resolves-itself-in-edward-sapir
the-moment-the-slave-resolves-that-he-will-no-longer-be-a-slave-his-fetters-fall-freedom-and-slavery-are-mental-states
only-he-can-take-great-resolves-who-has-indomitable-faith-in-god-and-has-fear-of-god
a-genuine-faith-resolves-mystery-life-by-mystery-god-reinhold-niebuhr
in-attitude-silence-soul-finds-path-in-clearer-light-what-is-elusive-deceptive-resolves-itself-into-crystal-clearness-our-life-is-long-arduous-quest-after-truth-mahatma-gandhi
the-class-struggle-is-precisely-that-which-resolves-contradictions-between-two-opposed-classes-by-abolishing-them-at-same-time-that-it-constitutes-monique-wittig
no-one-is-moved-to-act-resolves-to-speak-single-word-who-does-not-hope-by-means-this-action-word-to-release-anxiety-from-his-spirit-ibn-hazm
war-we-are-told-shapes-character-it-resolves-major-questions-international-politics-consolidates-nations-indeed-constitutes-principal-factor-in-progress-civilization-through-its-
the-fear-unknown-never-resolves-because-unknown-expands-infinitely-outward-leaving-you-to-cling-pitifully-to-any-small-shelter-known-cracker-has-twelve-calories-skin-when-cut-ble
the-farmer-doesnt-care-for-pitchers-battle-that-resolves-itself-into-checkers-game-the-farmer-loves-dramatic-slugging-is-more-dramatic-than-even-home-run-baker
never-forget-that-when-connections-get-destroyed-by-means-bad-communication-its-good-communication-that-resolves-them-dont-be-shy-to-say-i-am-sorry-please-forgive-me-thats-good-c
what-matters-is-being-particular-kind-person-at-most-basic-level-it-matters-that-you-are-kind-person-who-resolves-problems-with-force-thought-feeling-instead-with-force-arms
almost-inevitably-there-are-tensions-in-picture-tensions-between-outside-world-inside-world-for-me-successful-picture-resolves-these-tensions-aaron-siskind
It was my teacher's genius, her quick sympathy, her loving tact which made the first years of my education so beautiful. It was because she seized the right moment to impart knowledge that made it so pleasant and acceptable to me. She realized that a child's mind is like a shallow brook which ripples and dances merrily over the stony course of its education and reflects here a flower, there a bush, yonder a fleecy cloud; and she attempted to guide my mind on its way, knowing that like a brook it should be fed by mountain streams and hidden springs, until it broadened out into a deep river, capable of reflecting in its placid surface, billowy hills, the luminous shadows of trees and the blue heavens, as well as the sweet face of a little flower. Any teacher can take a child to the classroom, but not every teacher can make him learn. He will not work joyously unless he feels that liberty is his, whether he is busy or at rest; he must feel the flush of victory and the heart-sinking of disappointment before he takes with a will the tasks distasteful to him and resolves to dance his way bravely through a dull routine of textbooks. My teacher is so near to me that I scarcely think of myself apart from her. How much of my delight in all beautiful things is innate, and how much is due to her influence, I can never tell. I feel that her being is inseparable from my own, and that the footsteps of my life are in hers. All the best of me belongs to her-there is not a talent, or an aspiration or a joy in me that has not been awakened by her loving touch.

Helen Keller
it-was-my-teachers-genius-her-quick-sympathy-her-loving-tact-which-made-first-years-my-education-beautiful-it-was-because-she-seized-right-moment-to-impart-knowledge-that-made-it
Man was born for society. However little He may be attached to the World, He never can wholly forget it, or bear to be wholly forgotten by it. Disgusted at the guilt or absurdity of Mankind, the Misanthrope flies from it: He resolves to become an Hermit, and buries himself in the Cavern of some gloomy Rock. While Hate inflames his bosom, possibly He may feel contented with his situation: But when his passions begin to cool; when Time has mellowed his sorrows, and healed those wounds which He bore with him to his solitude, think you that Content becomes his Companion? Ah! no, Rosario. No longer sustained by the violence of his passions, He feels all the monotony of his way of living, and his heart becomes the prey of Ennui and weariness. He looks round, and finds himself alone in the Universe: The love of society revives in his bosom, and He pants to return to that world which He has abandoned. Nature loses all her charms in his eyes: No one is near him to point out her beauties, or share in his admiration of her excellence and variety. Propped upon the fragment of some Rock, He gazes upon the tumbling waterfall with a vacant eye, He views without emotion the glory of the setting Sun. Slowly He returns to his Cell at Evening, for no one there is anxious for his arrival; He has no comfort in his solitary unsavoury meal: He throws himself upon his couch of Moss despondent and dissatisfied, and wakes only to pass a day as joyless, as monotonous as the former.

Matthew Gregory Lewis
man-was-born-for-society-however-little-he-may-be-attached-to-world-he-never-can-wholly-forget-it-bear-to-be-wholly-forgotten-by-it-disgusted-at-guilt-absurdity-mankind-misanthro
when-i-put-my-hands-on-your-body-on-your-flesh-i-feel-history-that-body-not-just-beginning-its-forming-in-that-distant-lake-but-all-way-beyond-its-ending-i-feel-warmth-texture-si
If we are inclined to forget how much there is in the world besides that which we anticipate, then works of art are perhaps a little to blame, for in them we find at work the same process of simplification or selection as in the imagination. Artistic accounts include severe abbreviations of what reality will force upon us. A travel book may tell us, for example, that the narrator journeyed through the afternoon to reach the hill town of X and after a night in its medieval monastery awoke to a misty dawn. But we never simply 'journey through an afternoon'. We sit in a train. Lunch digests awkwardly within us. The seat cloth is grey. We look out the window at a field. We look back inside. A drum of anxieties resolves in our consciousness. We notice a luggage label affixed to a suitcase in a rack above the seats opposite. We tap a finger on the window ledge. A broken nail on an index finger catches a thread. It starts to rain. A drop wends a muddy path down the dust-coated window. We wonder where our ticket might be. We look back at the field. It continues to rain. At last, the train starts to move. It passes an iron bridge, after which it inexplicably stops. A fly lands on the window And still we may have reached the end only of the first minute of a comprehensive account of the events lurking within the deceptive sentence 'He journeyed through the afternoon'. A storyteller who provides us with such a profusion of details would rapidly grow maddening. Unfortunately, life itself often subscribes to this mode of storytelling, wearking us out with repetitions, misleading emphases[, ] and inconsequential plot lines. It insists on showing us Burdak Electronics, the safety handle in the car, a stray dog, a Christmas card[, ] and a fly that lands first on the rim and then the centre of a laden ashtray. Which explains the curious phenomenon whereby valuable elements may be easier to experience in art and in anticipation than in reality. The anticipatory and artistic imaginations omit and compress; they cut away the periods of boredom and direct our attention to critical moments, and thus, without either lying or embellishing, they lend to life a vividness and a coherence that it may lack in the distracting woolliness of the present.

Alain de Botton
if-we-are-inclined-to-forget-how-much-there-is-in-world-besides-that-which-we-anticipate-then-works-art-are-perhaps-little-to-blame-for-in-them-we-find-at-work-same-process-simpl
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