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Abandonment Sayings By Carrie P. Meek: You can't put abandonment and alienation under arrest. You can't put abandonment and alienation under arrest. — Carrie P. Meek
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Abandonment Sayings By Aria Cunningham: So many times during the day, Helen had seen a dark presence take hold of So many times during the day, Helen had seen a dark presence take hold of the prince, as though he was haunted by some dire purpose or secret too terrible to bear. As she stared up into his almond eyes, she saw it again, this time recognizing the darkness for what it was: the same abandonment she felt ripping her heart in pieces. — Aria Cunningham
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Abandonment Sayings By Victor Hugo: Wonderful and terrible trial, from which the feeble come out infamous, from which the strong Wonderful and terrible trial, from which the feeble come out infamous, from which the strong come out sublime. Crucible into which destiny casts a man whenever she desires a scoundrel or a demi-god.
For there are many great deeds done in the small struggles of life. There is a determined through unseen bravery, which defends itself foot to foot in the darkness against the fatal invasions of need and degradation. Noble and mysterious triumphs which no eye sees, which no renown rewards, which no flourish of triumph salutes. Life, misfortunes, isolation, abandonment, poverty, are battlefields which have their heroes; obscure heroes, sometimes greater than the illustrious heroes.
Strong and rare natures are thus created ... — Victor Hugo
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Abandonment Sayings By Joan Didion: Adoption, I was to learn although not immediately, is hard to get right.As a concept, Adoption, I was to learn although not immediately, is hard to get right.
As a concept, even what was then its most widely approved narrative carried bad news: if someone "chose" you, what does that tell you?
Doesn't it tell you that you were available to be "chosen"?
Doesn't it tell you, in the end, that there are only two people in the world?
The ones who "chose" you?
And the other who didn't?
Are we beginning to see how the word "abandonment" might enter the picture? Might we not make efforts to avoid such abandonment? Might not such efforts be characterized as "frantic"? Do we want to ask ourselves what follows? Do we need to ask ourselves what words come next to mind? Isn't one of those words "fear"? Isn't another of those words "anxiety"? — Joan Didion
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Abandonment Sayings By Heloise D'Argenteuil: [A]s though mindful of the wife of Lot, who looked back from behind him, thou [A]s though mindful of the wife of Lot, who looked back from behind him, thou deliveredst me first to the sacred garments and monastic profession before thou gavest thyself to God. And for that in this one thing thou shouldst have had little trust in me I vehemently grieved and was ashamed. For I (God [knows]) would without hesitation precede or follow thee to the Vulcanian fires according to thy word. For not with me was my heart, but with thee. But now, more than ever, if it be not with thee, it is nowhere. For without thee it cannot anywhere exist. — Heloise D'Argenteuil
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Abandonment Sayings By R.K. Lilley: He lay on top of me, buried deep, and fell asleep.He slept all night like He lay on top of me, buried deep, and fell asleep.
He slept all night like that, and I did not move him, did not want to. I gasped breath in and out and closed my eyes and thought that I would never forget this feeling, of him on me and in me, of him consuming my soul and letting me go.
He was too callous, too far gone to realize that I'd never be free of him, and all he'd really done was set me adrift.
I never left that bed.
That feeling of helpless abandonment and unendurable longing stayed inside of me, for hours, for minutes, for weeks.
For years.
I went through my life, through tragedy and pain, through hardship and life, and my heart, my very sould, stayed in that bed.
I felt broken after that last encounter.
Pieces of me had been shattered on that bed, important, essential pieces, and they would not, could not, ever find their way back together.
But I kept going. Life is cruel like that. — R.K. Lilley
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Abandonment Sayings By Hilaire Belloc: Put you hand before your eyes and remember, you that have walked, the places from Put you hand before your eyes and remember, you that have walked, the places from which you have walked away, and the wilderness into which you manfully turned the steps of your abandonment ... It is your business to leave all that you have know altogether behind you, and no man has eyes at the back of his head - go forward. — Hilaire Belloc
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Abandonment Sayings By Sarah E. Olson: Howard: Sometimes a betrayal can be so subtle that it clouds the whole thing.Nita: It Howard: Sometimes a betrayal can be so subtle that it clouds the whole thing.

Nita: It would have to be a real betrayal. Not like canceling an appointment. It would be like you'd end the relationship in the middle.

Howard: Why would I call it off?

Nita: I don't know! — Sarah E. Olson
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Abandonment Sayings By Ian McEwan: The abandonment was delicious. Something was pouring out of him, through his palm and into The abandonment was delicious. Something was pouring out of him, through his palm and into hers; something was spreading back up his arm, across his chest, constricting his throat. His only thought was a repetition: so this is it, it's like this, so this is it ... — Ian McEwan
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Abandonment Sayings By David H. Chilton: There is a very important connection between the Church's worldview and the Church's hymns. If There is a very important connection between the Church's worldview and the Church's hymns. If your heart and mouth are filled with songs of victory, you will tend to have an eschatology of dominion; if, instead, your songs are fearful, expressing a longing for escape-or if they are weak, childish ditties-your worldview and expectations will be escapist and childish. Historically, the basic hymnbook for the Church has been the Book of Psalms. The largest book of the Bible is the Book of Psalms, and God providentially placed it right in the middle of the Bible, so that we couldn't miss it! Yet how many churches use the Psalms in musical worship? It is noteworthy that the Church's abandonment of dominion eschatology coincided with the Church's abandonment of the Psalms. — David H. Chilton
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Abandonment Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: I see the insipid flesh blossoming and palpitating with abandon. I see the insipid flesh blossoming and palpitating with abandon. — Jean-Paul Sartre
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Abandonment Sayings By Saint Francis De Sales: There are many who say to the Lord, "I give myself wholly to Thee, without There are many who say to the Lord, "I give myself wholly to Thee, without any reserve," but there are few who embrace the practice of this abandonment, which consists in receiving with a certain indifference every sort of event, as it happens in conformity with Divine Providence, as well afflictions as consolations, contempt and reproaches as honor and glory. — Saint Francis De Sales
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Abandonment Sayings By Stan Tatkin: They may lack confidence in their ability to leave a romantic relationship when and if They may lack confidence in their ability to leave a romantic relationship when and if necessary. Fear of abandonment eclipses all other matters, including their own happiness in a relationship. — Stan Tatkin
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Abandonment Sayings By Jean-Pierre De Caussade: In the state of abandonment the only rule is the duty of the present moment. In the state of abandonment the only rule is the duty of the present moment. In this the soul is light as a feather, liquid as water, simple as a child, active as a ball in receiving and following all the inspirations of grace. Such souls have no more consistence and rigidity than molten metal. As this takes any form according to the mould into which it is poured, so these souls are pliant and easily receptive of any form that God chooses to give them. In a word, their disposition resembles the atmosphere, which is affected by every breeze; or water, which flows into any shaped vessel exactly filling every crevice. They are before God like a perfectly woven fabric with a clear surface; and neither think, nor seek to know what God will be pleased to trace thereon, because they have confidence in Him, they abandon themselves to Him, and, entirely absorbed by their duty, they think not of themselves, nor of what may be necessary for them, nor of how to obtain it. — Jean-Pierre De Caussade
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Abandonment Sayings By Mesa Selimovic: No one should be allowed to stop in one place any longer than necessary. A No one should be allowed to stop in one place any longer than necessary. A man isn't a tree, and being settled in one place is his misfortune. It saps his courage, breaks his confidence. When a man settles down somewhere, he agrees to any and all of its conditions, even the disagreeable ones, and frightens himself with the uncertainty that awaits him. Change to him seems like abandonment, like a loss of an investment: someone else will occupy his domain, and he'll have to begin again. Digging oneself in marks the real beginning of old age, because a man is young as long as he isn't afraid to make new beginnings. If he stays in the same place, he has to put up with things, or take action. If he moves on, he keeps his freedom; he's ready to change places and the conditions imposed on him. — Mesa Selimovic
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Abandonment Sayings By Irving Copi: The appeal to force is the abandonment of reason. The appeal to force is the abandonment of reason. — Irving Copi
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Abandonment Sayings By Elyse M. Fitzpatrick: My friends, if even God's law, written directly by His own finger and full of My friends, if even God's law, written directly by His own finger and full of so much glory that it transfigured Moses' face, is a "ministry of death" to those who try to fulfill it, then these to-do lists, steps, and pieces of ludicrous advice will not produce the fruit we're hoping for. They will not build or protect the family or God's people in the world. They will not glorify Him. They will not make Him smile. They will only breed pride, despair, exhaustion, anger, self-pity, hypocrisy, addiction to introspection, and even abandonment of the faith. — Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
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Abandonment Sayings By Ashly Lorenzana: It took me years to stop feeling the guilt she made sure I kept feeling It took me years to stop feeling the guilt she made sure I kept feeling about what happened with him. He is a sick person that molests children, but I felt so bad about it for so long. I couldn't talk to a single person about any of this. No one. And she made me feel so bad about it all that I felt I shouldn't talk about it, even if there was someone. I felt ashamed and thought I was an awful person. Sometimes I still do. My mother abandoned me in the worst ways possible. — Ashly Lorenzana
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Abandonment Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: A man taken out of his room and, almost without preparation or transition, placed on A man taken out of his room and, almost without preparation or transition, placed on the heights of a great mountain range, would feel something like that: an unequalled insecurity, an abandonment to the nameless, would almost annihilate him. He would feel he was falling or think he was being catapulted out into space or exploded into a thousand pieces: what a colossal lie his brain would have to invent in order to catch up with and explain the situation of his senses. — Rainer Maria Rilke
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Abandonment Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Our eyes are at fault, that is all. God is in the manger, wealth in Our eyes are at fault, that is all. God is in the manger, wealth in poverty, light in darkness, succor in abandonment. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Abandonment Sayings By John Geddes: In January, everything seems desolate. The Moon ascends to cold heights - and I, a In January, everything seems desolate. The Moon ascends to cold heights - and I, a ragged sky filled with dark kisses ... lie abandoned by you ... — John Geddes
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Abandonment Sayings By Francis Collins: The tragedy of young-earth creationism is that it takes a relatively recent and extreme view The tragedy of young-earth creationism is that it takes a relatively recent and extreme view of Genesis, applies to it an unjustified scientific gloss, and then asks sincere and well-meaning seekers to swallow this whole, despite the massive discordance with decades of scientific evidence from multiple disciplines. Is it any wonder that many sadly turn away from faith concluding that they cannot believe in a God who asks for an abandonment of logic and reason? — Francis Collins
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Abandonment Sayings By Brian A. McBride: The sun does not abandon the moon to darkness. The sun does not abandon the moon to darkness. — Brian A. McBride
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Abandonment Sayings By Leonard Jacobson: When you learn to take responsibility for yourselves, then you will start taking responsibility for When you learn to take responsibility for yourselves, then you will start taking responsibility for the planet. The planet is being destroyed by your abandonment of responsibility. You assume that you own the planet. And ownership confers upon you the right to do as you like. You do not own this beautiful planet. You are simply a guest here. — Leonard Jacobson
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Abandonment Sayings By Anne Ursu: Hugging himself, Oscar leaned against the pantry wall. For two days all he had wanted Hugging himself, Oscar leaned against the pantry wall. For two days all he had wanted was for Caleb to come back, and now he was back and Oscar had made a mess of things: he had angered half the customers and confused the other half, and the coin boxes did not look as they should, and [rich, noble] people were complaining about him, and he couldn't look at anybody, and [redacted] was dead, and Oscar was odd.
'What if he doesn't keep me? — Anne Ursu
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Abandonment Sayings By Sarah Bessey: Our big and good God is at work in the world, and we have been Our big and good God is at work in the world, and we have been invited to participate fully - however God has gifted and equipped and called each of us. One needn't identify as a feminist to participate in the redemptive movement of God for women in the world. The gospel is more than enough. Of course it is! But as long as I know how important maternal health is to Haiti's future, and as long as I know that women are being abused and raped, as long as I know girls are being denied life itself through selective abortion, abandonment, and abuse, as long as brave little girls in Afghanistan are attacked with acid for the crime of going to school, and until being a Christian is synonymous with doing something about these things, you can also call me a feminist.23 — Sarah Bessey
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Abandonment Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: More than death, one fears the utter isolation that accompanies it. We try to go More than death, one fears the utter isolation that accompanies it. We try to go through life two by two, but each one of us must die alone- no one can die our death with us or for us. The shunning of the dying by the living prefigures final absolute abandonmentIrvin D. Yalom
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Abandonment Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: Not by constraint or severity shall you have access to true wisdom, but by abandonment, Not by constraint or severity shall you have access to true wisdom, but by abandonment, and childlike mirth-fulness. If you would know aught, be gay before it. — Henry David Thoreau
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Abandonment Sayings By Os Guinness: This combination of the abandonment of evangelism, the divorce between evangelism, apologetics and discipleship, and This combination of the abandonment of evangelism, the divorce between evangelism, apologetics and discipleship, and the failure to appreciate true human diversity is deeply serious. It is probably behind the fact that many Christians, realizing the ineffectiveness of many current approaches and sensing the unpopularity and implausibility of much Christian witness, have simply fallen silent and given up evangelism altogether, sometimes relieved to mask their evasion under a newfound passion for social justice that can forget the gaucheness of evangelism. At best, many of us who take the good news of Jesus seriously are eager and ready to share the good news when we meet people who are open, interested or in need of what we have to share. But we are less effective when we encounter people who are not open, not interested or not needy - in other words, people who are closed, indifferent, hostile, skeptical or apathetic, and therefore require persuasion. — Os Guinness
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Abandonment Sayings By Bill Cosby: Betrayal, abandonment, deceit and manipulation. Betrayal, abandonment, deceit and manipulation. — Bill Cosby
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Abandonment Sayings By Mario Balotelli: They say that abandonment is a wound that never heals. I say only that an They say that abandonment is a wound that never heals. I say only that an abandoned child never forgets. — Mario Balotelli
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Abandonment Sayings By Innocent Mwatsikesimbe: In the way that you need to clear the way to make a road, those In the way that you need to clear the way to make a road, those who betray and abandon you expose things you need to remove from your life. They reveal the mistakes you made in trusting them and how you can avoid them in the future, and move on. — Innocent Mwatsikesimbe
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Abandonment Sayings By Sadhu Sundar Singh: Prayer is continual abandonment to God. Prayer is continual abandonment to God. — Sadhu Sundar Singh
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Abandonment Sayings By Vincent De Paul: [I]n order to raise a soul to the highest perfection, He allows it to pass [I]n order to raise a soul to the highest perfection, He allows it to pass through dryness, brambles, and combats, causing it thereby to honor the times of weariness in the life of His Son, Our Lord, who suffered various kinds of anguish and abandonment. — Vincent De Paul
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Abandonment Sayings By Edward Feser: Now I realize, of course, that many readers will acknowledge that we do in fact Now I realize, of course, that many readers will acknowledge that we do in fact have these reactions, but would nevertheless write them off as mere reactions. "Our tendency to find something personally disgusting," they will sniff, "doesn't show that there is anything objectively wrong with it." This is the sort of stupidity-masquerading-as-insight that absolutely pervades modern intellectual life, and it has the same source as so many other contemporary intellectual pathologies: the abandonment of the classical realism of the great Greek and Scholastic philosophers, and especially of Aristotle's doctrine of the four causes. — Edward Feser
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Abandonment Sayings By Jo Coudert: A cruel joke has been played on us. We are fated always to remember what A cruel joke has been played on us. We are fated always to remember what we learned but never to recall the experiences that taught us. Who can remember being born? Yet, it is possible to speculate that anxiety has its roots in this experience, that dread of abandonment, fears of separation, intolerable loneliness go back to this moment. Who can remember being cared for as an infant? ... Who can remember being toilet-trained? ... Who can remember the attachment which developed to the parent of the opposite sex? ... We cannot remember but what we have forgotten lives on dynamically. — Jo Coudert
Abandonment Sayings By Jeremy Holmes: In Separation (1973a), Bowlby puts forward a theory of agoraphobia based on the notion of In Separation (1973a), Bowlby puts forward a theory of agoraphobia based on the notion of anxious attachment. He sees agoraphobia, like school phobia, as an example of separation anxiety. He quotes evidence of the increased incidence of family discord in the childhoods of agoraphobics compared with controls, and suggests three possible patterns of interaction underlying the illness: role reversal between child and parent, so that the potential agoraphobic is recruited to alleviate parental separation anxiety; fears in the patient that something dreadful may happen to her mother while they are separated (often encouraged by parental threats of suicide or abandonment); and fear that something dreadful might happen to herself when away from parental protection. — Jeremy Holmes
Abandonment Sayings By Eric Idle: You initially become funny as a kid because you're looking for attention and love. Psychologists You initially become funny as a kid because you're looking for attention and love. Psychologists think that's all to do with mother abandonment. I think John Cleese has his depressions, and Terry Gilliam's the same. All of us together make one completely insane person. — Eric Idle
Abandonment Sayings By Pope Benedict XVI: Multiculturalism, which is so passionately promoted, can sometimes amount to an abandonment and denial, a Multiculturalism, which is so passionately promoted, can sometimes amount to an abandonment and denial, a flight from one's own things. Multiculturalism teaches us to approach the sacred things of others with respect, but we can do this only if we ourselves are not estranged from the sacred, from God. — Pope Benedict XVI
Abandonment Sayings By Paul Muldoon: Why Brownlee left, and where he went,Is a mystery even now.For if a man should Why Brownlee left, and where he went,
Is a mystery even now.
For if a man should have been content
It was him; two acres of barley,
One of potatoes, four bullocks,
A milker, a slated farmhouse.
He was last seen going out to plough
On a March morning, bright and early.

By noon Brownlee was famous;
They had found all abandoned, with
The last rig unbroken, his pair of black
Horses, like man and wife,
Shifting their weight from foot to
Foot, and gazing into the future. — Paul Muldoon
Abandonment Sayings By Harvey L. Schwartz: the most powerful faith of all is faith that is lost and found again after the most powerful faith of all is faith that is lost and found again after a journey through profound darkness, despair, and cosmic abandonment. — Harvey L. Schwartz
Abandonment Sayings By Suzanne Wright: Not really. It's called OCD and - 'Yes, yes, so my psychiatrist tells me.''You have Not really. It's called OCD and -
'Yes, yes, so my psychiatrist tells me.'
'You have a shrink?'
'Apparently, I have some repressed anger and unresolved abandonment issues after my experiences with God. — Suzanne Wright
Abandonment Sayings By Debbie Ford: Fear keeps us rooted in the past. Fear of the unknown, fear of abandonment, fear Fear keeps us rooted in the past. Fear of the unknown, fear of abandonment, fear of rejection, fear of not having enough, fear of not being enough, fear of the future-all these fears and more keep us trapped, repeating the same old patterns and making the same choices over and over again. Fear prevents us from moving outside the comfort-or even the familiar discomfort-of what we know. It's nearly impossible to achieve our highest vision for our lives as long as we are being guided by our fears. — Debbie Ford
Abandonment Sayings By Alice J. Wisler: I hold the door to the post office open for a weathered man in a I hold the door to the post office open for a weathered man in a wheelchair. He is gracious, thanking me. One leg is missing, and just as I notice this, I see the sticker on the back of his chair: VIETNAM VETS.

My thoughts jumble as an ache brews in my heart. I think of war and how it destroys, divides, and damages. I see the faces of those in the refugee camp and those who found their names on The List and are now in America. I want to tell this wounded soldier that I am sorry for his loss and for the abandonment he may have felt upon his return. I want to say other things, but right now I'm just honored to hold the door for him. — Alice J. Wisler
Abandonment Sayings By Wei Wu Wei: As long as subject is centred in a phenomenal object, and thinks and speaks therefrom, As long as subject is centred in a phenomenal object, and thinks and speaks therefrom, subject is identified with that object and is bound. As long as such condition obtains, the identified subject can never be free - for freedom is liberation from that identification. Abandonment of a phenomenal centre constitutes the only 'practice', and such abandonment is not an act volitionally performed by the identified subject, but a
non-action (wu wei) leaving the noumenal centre in control of phenomenal activity, and free from fictitious interference by an imaginary 'self.
Are you still thinking, looking, living, as from an
imaginary phenomenal centre? As long as you do that you can never recognise your freedom.

Could any statement be more classic?
Could any statement be more obvious?
Could any statement be more vital?
Yet - East and West - how many observe it?
So
Could any statement be more needed? — Wei Wu Wei
Abandonment Sayings By Lloyd Jones: I was eleven when my father left, so neither of us really knew our fathers. I was eleven when my father left, so neither of us really knew our fathers. I'd met mine of course, but then I only knew my dad as a child knows a parent, as a sort of crude outline filled in with one or two colors. I'd never seen my father scared or cry. I'd never heard him admit to any wrongdoing. I have no idea what he dreamed of. And once I'd seen a smile pinned to one cheek and darkness to the other when my mum had yelled at him. Now he was gone, and I was left with just an impression - one of male warmth, big arms, and loud laughter. — Lloyd Jones
Abandonment Sayings By Jacques Ellul: It was with the Industrial Revolution, as society plunged ever more eagerly into the conquest It was with the Industrial Revolution, as society plunged ever more eagerly into the conquest of material riches and bent all its energies to the accumulation of goods, that material poverty became a major problem. Obviously, this meant abandonment or downgrading of spiritual values, virtue, etc. To share or not to share in the increase of the collective wealth-this was the Number One question. It was the desire to acquire wealth that prompted the poor to start fighting. — Jacques Ellul
Abandonment Sayings By Friedrich August Von Hayek: In no other field has the world yet paid so dearly for the abandonment of In no other field has the world yet paid so dearly for the abandonment of nineteenth-century liberalism as in the field where the retreat began: in international relations. Yet only a small part of the lesson which experience ought to have taught us has been learned. — Friedrich August Von Hayek
Abandonment Sayings By Wayne Dyer: One of the greatest lessons of my own life was learning to turn the inner One of the greatest lessons of my own life was learning to turn the inner rampage of hatred and anger toward my own father for his reprehensible behavior and abandonment of his family into an inner reaction more closely aligned with God and God-realized love. — Wayne Dyer
Abandonment Sayings By N.R. Walker: They should love you, just as you are. Parents should love their kids, right?" "You'd They should love you, just as you are. Parents should love their kids, right?"
"You'd think so. — N.R. Walker
Abandonment Sayings By Hannah Whitall Smith: To be one of God's lilies means an interior abandonment of the rarest kind. It To be one of God's lilies means an interior abandonment of the rarest kind. It means that we are to be infinitely passive, and yet infinitely active also; passive as regards self and its workings, active as regards attention and response to God. It is very hard to explain this so as to be understood But it means that we must lay down all the activity of the creature, as such, and must let only the activities of God work in us, and through us, and by us. Self must step aside, to let God work. — Hannah Whitall Smith
Abandonment Sayings By Jonah Books: The banner waved by the religious leaders reads; do not upset my world! Jesus is The banner waved by the religious leaders reads; do not upset my world! Jesus is one who comes to call an about face and reverse the curse. Jesus call is not half way or three quarters; it is a complete and utter abandonment to his Lordship. Will the Pharisees and Herodians submit to Jesus Lordship? — Jonah Books
Abandonment Sayings By Bessel A. Van Der Kolk: Whatever happens to a baby contributes to the emotional and perceptual map of the world Whatever happens to a baby contributes to the emotional and perceptual map of the world that its developing brain creates. As my colleague Bruce Perry explains it, the brain is formed in a "use-dependent manner."5 This is another way of describing neuroplasticity, the relatively recent discovery that neurons that "fire together, wire together." When a circuit fires repeatedly, it can become a default setting - the response most likely to occur. If you feel safe and loved, your brain becomes specialized in exploration, play, and cooperation; if you are frightened and unwanted, it specializes in managing feelings of fear and abandonment. As infants and — Bessel A. Van Der Kolk
Abandonment Sayings By Martin Heidegger: The first beginning and its inceptuality The first beginning is the act of beginning in The first beginning and its inceptuality The first beginning is the act of beginning in the sense of the disconcealing of disconcealment, but thus the emergence into the constancy of disconcealment in unconcealedness, but thus the appearing forth of the latter in the act of appearing, but thus the pressing forth of appearing as appearance, but thus the subjugation of unconcealedness, but thus the relinquishment of the inceptuality of the beginning, but thus the abandonment of the beginning to the advancement, but thus the commencement of the truth of being as the beingness of beings, but thus the priority of beings themselves as that which in the proper sense is present prior to presence. There is no "dialectic" here at all, neither that of being nor even that of the thinking about being. Essentially occurring here is the beginning of the first beginning and nothing besides this act of beginning. Recollection into this is already appropriation. — Martin Heidegger
Abandonment Sayings By Gabby Rivera: Who needs a girlfriend when you have abandonment issues and super-powers? Who needs a girlfriend when you have abandonment issues and super-powers? — Gabby Rivera
Abandonment Sayings By Jenim Dibie: The sun loved me again when it saw that the stars would not abandon me. The sun loved me again when it saw that the stars would not abandon me. — Jenim Dibie
Abandonment Sayings By Alyson Noel: Now, now." He smiles, "Don't you worry 'bout a thing. Damen's right where you left Now, now." He smiles, "Don't you worry 'bout a thing. Damen's right where you left him. Though I must say I can't believe that you left him. I underestimated you. I had no idea. Though I can't help but wonder how Damen would feel if he knew. I bet he underestimated you too. — Alyson Noel
Abandonment Sayings By Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.: The great religious ages were notable for their indifference to human rights ... not only The great religious ages were notable for their indifference to human rights ... not only for acquiescence in poverty, inequality, exploitation and oppression, but also for enthusiastic justifications for slavery, persecution, abandonment of small children, torture, and genocide ... Moreover, religion enshrined hierarchy, authority, and inequality ... It was the age of equality that brought about the disappearance of such religious appurtenances as the auto-da-fe and burning at the stake. — Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Abandonment Sayings By Ronald Bruce St. John: In Libya, you are made aware the whole time of the abandonment of things, the In Libya, you are made aware the whole time of the abandonment of things, the material leftovers of receding cultures — Ronald Bruce St. John
Abandonment Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Even if my acquaintance at the publishing party was certain that she herself would never Even if my acquaintance at the publishing party was certain that she herself would never abandon her husband, the question was not entirely up to her. She was not the only person in that bed. All lovers, even the most faithful lovers, are vulnerable to abandonment against their will. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Abandonment Sayings By Louis Cozolino: The things most people need to learn in therapy are related to attachment, abandonment, love, The things most people need to learn in therapy are related to attachment, abandonment, love, and fear. We are trying to access basic emotional processes that are organized in primitive and early-developing parts of the brain. The language of these emotions is also very basic; it is the language of childhood. The more complex the language and ideas you bring into therapy, the more likely you are to stimulate your clients' intellectualizing defenses. — Louis Cozolino
Abandonment Sayings By Erica Jong: Somehow the idea of bearing his baby angers me. Let him bear his own baby! Somehow the idea of bearing his baby angers me. Let him bear his own baby! If I have a baby I want it to be all mine. A girl like me, but better. A girl who'll also be able to have her own babies. It is not having babies in itself which seems unfair, but having babies for men. Babies who get their names. Babies who lock you by means of love to a man you have to please and serve on pain of abandonment. And love, after all, is the strongest lock. The one that chafes hardest and wears longest. And then I would be trapped for good. The hostage of my own feelings and my own child. — Erica Jong
Abandonment Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: The need for control always comes from someone that has lost it. The need for control always comes from someone that has lost it. — Shannon L. Alder
Abandonment Sayings By Terry Tempest Williams: For far too long we have been seduced into walking a path that did not For far too long we have been seduced into walking a path that did not lead us to ourselves. For far too long we have said yes when we wanted to say no. And for far too long we have said no when we desperately wanted to say yes ...
When we don't listen to our intuition, we abandon our souls. And we abandon our souls because we are afraid if we don't, others will abandon us. — Terry Tempest Williams
Abandonment Sayings By Morgan Rhodes: How stupid to abandon something I loved because someone I loved abandoned me. How stupid to abandon something I loved because someone I loved abandoned me. — Morgan Rhodes
Abandonment Sayings By Sharon Creech: I had not said anything about what had happened the day before - about being I had not said anything about what had happened the day before - about being scared down to my very bones when I thought they had left me. I don't know what came over me. Ever since my mother left us that April day, I suspected that everyone was going to leave, one by one. — Sharon Creech
Abandonment Sayings By Pope Benedict XVI: Toynbee emphasized the difference between technological-material progress and true progress, which he defined as spiritualization. Toynbee emphasized the difference between technological-material progress and true progress, which he defined as spiritualization. He recognized that the Western world was indeed undergoing a crisis, which he attributed to the abandonment of religion for the cult of technology, nationalism, and militarism. For him this crisis had a name: secularism. If you know the cause of an illness, you can also find a cure: The religious heritage in all its forms had to be reintroduced, especially the "heritage of Western Christianity." Rather than a biologistic vision, he offered a voluntaristic one focused on the energy of creative minorities and exceptional individuals. — Pope Benedict XVI
Abandonment Sayings By Frantz Fanon: I am black: I am the incarnation of a complete fusion with the world, an I am black: I am the incarnation of a complete fusion with the world, an intuitive understanding of the earth, an abandonment of my ego in the heart of the cosmos, and no white man, no matter how intelligent he may be, can ever understand Louis Armstrong and the music of the Congo. — Frantz Fanon
Abandonment Sayings By Jeanne Safer: You never know how the loss will come -- whether he will lose you or You never know how the loss will come -- whether he will lose you or you him, but it is a certainty that there will be a shattering involuntary separation. Death is the abandonment caused not by betrayal but by fidelity. — Jeanne Safer
Abandonment Sayings By Claire Vaye Watkins: Now, I've made mistakes. I've lost people. But you've thrown them away. There is an Now, I've made mistakes. I've lost people. But you've thrown them away. There is an important difference. — Claire Vaye Watkins
Abandonment Sayings By Susan Griffin: I am not so different in my history of abandonment from anyone else after all. I am not so different in my history of abandonment from anyone else after all. We have all been split away from the earth, each other, ourselves. — Susan Griffin
Abandonment Sayings By Magdalena Ganowska: I used to cry to the stars in the sky and begged them to have I used to cry to the stars in the sky and begged them to have mercy on me cause I longed for the moment when the amount of pain I felt would be unbearable and I would simply go numb. Numb. The very taste of that word was a sweet symphony to me. A relief. An alleviation in my unendurable existence. A cure. I ached because of more reasons than I could contain. My mother's cancer, my unrequited love, my worn body. The absence of my dignity and innocence. The utter feeling of abandonment. My yearning for love and family. My beloved father who left me. My freakiness and lack of belonging somewhere. My bisexuality and faith deprivation. My poverty, being insolvent most of my life, having no money to my name since forever. My shack of a house, cold and loathed from the very first days. My sorrow and grief caused by my weaknesses and deficiencies... — Magdalena Ganowska
Abandonment Sayings By John Bradshaw: Shame is internalized when one is abandoned. Abandonment is the precise term to describe how Shame is internalized when one is abandoned. Abandonment is the precise term to describe how one loses one's authentic self and ceases to exist psychologically. — John Bradshaw
Abandonment Sayings By Joseph Campbell: Atonement (at-one-ment) consists in no more than the abandonment of the self-generated double monster-the dragon Atonement (at-one-ment) consists in no more than the abandonment of the self-generated double monster-the dragon thought to be God (superego) and the dragon thought to be Sin (repressed id). But this requires an abandonment of the attachment to ego itself, and that is what is difficult. — Joseph Campbell
Abandonment Sayings By Rosemary Hawley Jarman: Then a soft air, a simple melody, rose to the ears of the suddenly hushed Then a soft air, a simple melody, rose to the ears of the suddenly hushed court; and for me, it was May Day again, and I was no longer cold, for the sun burned bright and the grass smelled of its sour-sweet bruisings and an old man fashioned a ballad for the Nut-Brown maid, who would ever be true to her lover. I leaned towards the brightness and, in an abandonment of joy and because there was none to see, tore off my henin and let my nut-brown hair fall to my knees. For I would be a child again, for five minutes, and remember the time when men stopped to gaze at me, with my chaplet of flowers crowning that at which they all marvelled, and longed to touch and stroke and possess. — Rosemary Hawley Jarman
Abandonment Sayings By Alan White: . . . the abandonment of metaphysics involves more than the redefinition of the nature . . . the abandonment of metaphysics involves more than the redefinition of the nature of rational inquiry in accordance with the tenets of modern scientific methodology; this redefinition itself makes matters of value and validity mere matters of opinion. — Alan White
Abandonment Sayings By Alexandra Katehakis: When loneliness is a constant state of being, it harkens back to a childhood wherein When loneliness is a constant state of being, it harkens back to a childhood wherein neglect and abandonment were the landscape of life. — Alexandra Katehakis
Abandonment Sayings By Knut Hamsun: I will exile my thoughts if they think of you again, and I will rip I will exile my thoughts if they think of you again, and I will rip my lips out if they say your name once more. Now if you do exist, I will tell you my final word in life or in death, I tell you goodbye. — Knut Hamsun
Abandonment Sayings By Albert Camus: At this hour of night, his life seemed so remote to him, he was so At this hour of night, his life seemed so remote to him, he was so solitary and indifferent to everything and to himself as well, that Mersault felt he had at last attained what he was seeking, that the peace which filled him now was born of that patient self-abandonment he had pursued and achieved with the help of this warm world so willing to deny him without anger. — Albert Camus
Abandonment Sayings By Adam Johnson: There was no such thing as abandonment, there were only people in impossible positions, people There was no such thing as abandonment, there were only people in impossible positions, people who had a best hope, or maybe only a sole hope. When the graver danger awaited, it wasn't abandoning, it was saving. He'd been saved, he now saw. A beauty, his mother, a singer. Because of that, a terrible fate awaited - she hadn't left him behind, she'd saved him from what was ahead. — Adam Johnson
Abandonment Sayings By Oswald Chambers: If we only give up something to God because we want more back, there is If we only give up something to God because we want more back, there is nothing of the Holy Spirit in our abandonment; it is miserable commercial self-interest. — Oswald Chambers
Abandonment Sayings By Bryan Stevenson: In all death penalty cases, spending time with clients is important. Developing the trust of In all death penalty cases, spending time with clients is important. Developing the trust of clients is not only necessary to manage the complexities of the litigation & deal with the stress of a potential execution; it's also key to effective advocacy. A client's life often depends on his lawyer's ability to create a mitigation narrative that contextualizes his poor decisions or violent behavior. Uncovering things about someone's background that no one has previously discovered--things that might be hard to discuss but are critically important--requires trust. Getting someone to acknowledge he has been the victim of child sexual abuse, neglect, or abandonment won't happen without the kind of comfort that takes hours and multiple visits to develop. Talking about sports, TV, popular culture, or anything else the client wants to discuss is absolutely appropriate to building a relationship that makes effective work possible. — Bryan Stevenson
Abandonment Sayings By Coco J. Ginger: What is love, if not the abandonment of all sanity, all dignity? What is love, if not the abandonment of all sanity, all dignity? — Coco J. Ginger
Abandonment Sayings By Confucius: Place where man laughs, sings, picks flowers, chases butterflies and pets birds, makes love with Place where man laughs, sings, picks flowers, chases butterflies and pets birds, makes love with maidens, and plays with children. Here he spontaneously reveals his nature, the base as well as the noble. Here also he buries his sorrows and difficulties and cherishes his ideals and hopes. It is in the garden that men discover themselves. Indeed one discovers not only his real self but also his ideal self?he returns to his youth. Inevitably the garden is made the scene of man's merriment, escapades, romantic abandonment, spiritual awakening or the perfection of his finer self. — Confucius
Abandonment Sayings By Lena Dunham: Remember when you discovered your father owned a book called "How To Disappear and Never Remember when you discovered your father owned a book called "How To Disappear and Never Be Found?" You're sure it was just research for new and creative ways of thinking, for concepts that might apply to his work, but it raised the distinct possibility that there is something very upsetting that people you love could do instead of dying. — Lena Dunham
Abandonment Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: Religion is a matter of the heart. No physical inconvenience can warrant abandonment of one's Religion is a matter of the heart. No physical inconvenience can warrant abandonment of one's own religion. — Mahatma Gandhi
Abandonment Sayings By Susie Orbach: I'd like to see much more understanding of emotional issues around hurt, abandonment, disappointment, longing, I'd like to see much more understanding of emotional issues around hurt, abandonment, disappointment, longing, failure and shame, where they stem from and how they drive people and policies brought into public discourse. — Susie Orbach
Abandonment Sayings By Demetri Martin: I was in my friends garage, and he had; a kite, a yo-yo, and a I was in my friends garage, and he had; a kite, a yo-yo, and a boomerang. I was like "Dude, you have abandonment issues" — Demetri Martin
Abandonment Sayings By Iain Pears: She had lost herself in this old work, her personality dissolving into it, so that She had lost herself in this old work, her personality dissolving into it, so that she had been set free. The immortality of the soul lies in its dissolution; this was the cryptic comment that so frustrated Olivier and which Julien had only ever grasped as evidence for the history of a particular school of thought. He had known all about its history, but Julia knew what it meant. He found the realization strangely reassuring. — Iain Pears
Abandonment Sayings By Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney: People abandoned one another constantly without performing the courtesy of of actually disappearing. They left, People abandoned one another constantly without performing the courtesy of of actually disappearing. They left, but didn't, lurking about, a constant reminder of what could or should have been. — Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
Abandonment Sayings By Johann Baptist Metz: There is a poverty of the average human's life, who is unnoticed by the world. There is a poverty of the average human's life, who is unnoticed by the world. It is the poverty of the commonplace. There is nothing heroic about it; it is the poverty of the common lot, devoid of ecstasy. Jesus was poor in this way. He was no model figure for humanists, no great artist or statesman, no diffident genius. He was a frighteningly simple man, whose only talent was to do good. The one great passion in his life was "the Father." Yet it was precisely in this way that he demonstrated "the wonder of empty hands" (Bernanos), the great potential of the person on the street, whose radical dependence on God is no different from anyone else's. He has no talent but that of his own heart, no contribution to make except self-abandonment, no consolation save God alone. — Johann Baptist Metz
Abandonment Sayings By Brian Tracy: Priorities versus Posteriorities Setting priorities requires setting posteriorities as well. A priority is something that Priorities versus Posteriorities Setting priorities requires setting posteriorities as well. A priority is something that you do more of and sooner, whereas a posteriority is something you do less of or later. You are probably already overwhelmed with too much to do and too little time. Because of this, for you to embark on a new task, you must discontinue an old task. Getting into something new requires getting out of another activity. Before you commit to a new undertaking, ask yourself, "What am I going to stop doing so that I have enough time to work on this new task?" Go through your life regularly and practice "creative abandonment": Consciously determine the activities that you are going to discontinue so that you have more time to spend on those tasks that can really make a difference to your future. — Brian Tracy
Abandonment Sayings By Craig Groeschel: The road to committed faith is paved with personal abandonment and self-denial. Life ceases to The road to committed faith is paved with personal abandonment and self-denial. Life ceases to be about us, and it begins to be all about God. — Craig Groeschel
Abandonment Sayings By Joan Didion: Survivors look back and see omens, messages they missed.They remember the tree that died, the Survivors look back and see omens, messages they missed.
They remember the tree that died, the gull that splattered onto the hood of the car.
They live by symbols. They read meaning into the barrage of spam on the unused computer, the delete key that stops working, the imagined abandonment in the decision to replace it. — Joan Didion
Abandonment Sayings By Stanley Hauerwas: Hear these words, "My God, My God, Why have you forsaken me?" and know that Hear these words, "My God, My God, Why have you forsaken me?" and know that the Son of God has taken our place, become for us the abandonment our sin produces, so that we may live confident that the world has been redeemed by this cross. So — Stanley Hauerwas
Abandonment Sayings By Jeanne Marie Bouvier De La Motte Guyon: Self-seeking is the gate by which a soul departs from peace; and total abandonment to Self-seeking is the gate by which a soul departs from peace; and total abandonment to the will of God, that by which it returns. — Jeanne Marie Bouvier De La Motte Guyon
Abandonment Sayings By Simon LeVay: One reason why I recommend the abandonment of religious beliefs is because I think those One reason why I recommend the abandonment of religious beliefs is because I think those beliefs are wrong. There is no evidence that our world was created by divine intention, that a god intercedes in human affairs, or that there is life after death. Religion is a hangover from humankind's timorous infancy; it's time for us to walk upright and unafraid, and to take charge of our own lives. — Simon LeVay
Abandonment Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: Surrendering is intentionally laying down the power I possess. And have I considered that the Surrendering is intentionally laying down the power I possess. And have I considered that the power I lay down is often more powerful than that which I'm laying it down in front of? Therefore, I would be wise to recognize that surrender is less the absence of power and more the presence of fear. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Abandonment Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: Sadly, in too many cases surrender is having been 'outrun' by fear rather than having Sadly, in too many cases surrender is having been 'outrun' by fear rather than having 'run out' of heart. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Abandonment Sayings By Rebecca Traister: Loving without judgment or fear of abandonment is. . . . the toughest activity known Loving without judgment or fear of abandonment is. . . . the toughest activity known to mankind and I think with best friend that can be even more pronounced because you aren't my mom, we don't have kids together - but we do have matching tattoos. — Rebecca Traister