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Denotes Sayings By John Bevere: God has brought His Church into the wilderness. Spiritually, America is a dry and thirsty God has brought His Church into the wilderness. Spiritually, America is a dry and thirsty land. Our time of testing is at hand. God once again watches to see whether His people will seek His face or His hand. His face represents His character and nature; it denotes a relationship. His hand represents His provision and power. If you seek only His hand, you may not recognize His face. But if you know the face, you will know His hand. — John Bevere
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Denotes Sayings By Sivaya Subramuniyaswami: Conceit is a sure sign of insecurity; humility denotes awareness. Conceit is a sure sign of insecurity; humility denotes awareness. — Sivaya Subramuniyaswami
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Denotes Sayings By Judith Butler: Law itself is either suspended, or regarded as an instrument that the state may use Law itself is either suspended, or regarded as an instrument that the state may use in the service of constraining and monitoring a given population; the state is not subject to the rule of law, but law can be suspended or deployed tactically and partially to suit the requirements of a state that seeks more and more to allocate sovereign power to its executive and administrative powers. The law is suspended in the name of "sovereignty" of the nation, where "sovereignty" denotes the task of any state to preserve and protect its own territoriality. — Judith Butler
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Denotes Sayings By Gregor Mendel: If A denotes one of the two constant traits, for example, the dominating one, a If A denotes one of the two constant traits, for example, the dominating one, a the recessive, and the Aa the hybrid form in which both are united, then the expression: gives the series for the progeny of plants hybrid in a pair of differing traits. — Gregor Mendel
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Denotes Sayings By Saul Gorn: The term "informatics" was first defined by Saul Gorn of University of Pennsylvania in 1983 The term "informatics" was first defined by Saul Gorn of University of Pennsylvania in 1983 (Gorn, 1983) as computer science plus information science used in conjunction with the name of a discipline such as business administration or biology. It denotes an application of computer science and information science to the management and processing of data, information and knowledge in the named discipline. — Saul Gorn
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Denotes Sayings By Christian Nestell Bovee: The language denotes the man. A coarse or refined character finds its expression naturally in The language denotes the man. A coarse or refined character finds its expression naturally in a coarse or refined phraseology. — Christian Nestell Bovee
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Denotes Sayings By David Foster Wallace: I felt despair. The word's overused and banalified now, despair, but it's a serious word, I felt despair. The word's overused and banalified now, despair, but it's a serious word, and I'm using it seriously. For me it denotes a simple admixture - a weird yearning for death combined with a crushing sense of my own smallness and futility that presents as a fear of death. It's maybe close to what people call dread or angst. But it's not these things, quite. It's more like wanting to die in order to escape the unbearable feeling of becoming aware that I'm small and weak and selfish and going without any doubt at all to die. It's wanting to jump overboard. — David Foster Wallace
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Denotes Sayings By Frank Ryan: What do scientists mean when they talk of a virus? This is not quite so What do scientists mean when they talk of a virus? This is not quite so elementary as some people might believe. In The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, a virus is defined as "a morbid principle, or a poisonous venom, especially one capable of being introduced into another person or animal." The dictionary takes its cue from the Latin virus, which denotes a slimy liquid, a poison, an offensive odor or taste. It is a colorful definition, redolent of medieval notions of disease origins in evil emanations, but it offers little by way of scientific understanding. — Frank Ryan
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Denotes Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: Hysteria derives from the Greek word for "uterus," and the extreme emotional state it denotes Hysteria derives from the Greek word for "uterus," and the extreme emotional state it denotes was once thought to be due to a wandering womb; men were by definition — Rebecca Solnit
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Denotes Sayings By Franz Grillparzer: Historical! Must it be historical to catch your attention? Even though historicity, like notoriety, denotes Historical! Must it be historical to catch your attention? Even though historicity, like notoriety, denotes nothing more than thatsomething has occurred. — Franz Grillparzer
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Denotes Sayings By Faith Baldwin: Acceptance is a far better word and denotes a more positive attitude than resignation; I've Acceptance is a far better word and denotes a more positive attitude than resignation; I've always known that, but in recent days I've found one which is better still; it is consent. — Faith Baldwin
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Denotes Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Art, in the artist, is proportion, or, a habitual respect to the whole by an Art, in the artist, is proportion, or, a habitual respect to the whole by an eye loving beauty in details. And the wonder and charm of it is the sanity in insanity which it denotes. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Denotes Sayings By Michael Shermer: No single discovery from any of these fields denotes proof of evolution, but together they No single discovery from any of these fields denotes proof of evolution, but together they reveal that life evolved in a certain sequence by a particular process. — Michael Shermer
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Denotes Sayings By Jacques Barzun: Since it is seldom clear whether intellectual activity denotes a superior mode of being or Since it is seldom clear whether intellectual activity denotes a superior mode of being or a vital deficiency, opinion swings between considering intellect a privilege and seeing it as a handicap — Jacques Barzun
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Denotes Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: There is the name and the thing; the name is a sound which sets a There is the name and the thing; the name is a sound which sets a mark on and denotes the thing. The name is no part of the thing nor of the substance; it is an extraneous piece added to the thing, and outside of it. — Michel De Montaigne
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Denotes Sayings By Tenzin Gyatso: ...The words Dalai Lama mean different things to different people, that for me they refer ...The words Dalai Lama mean different things to different people, that for me they refer only to the office I hold. Actually, Dalai is a Mongolian word meaning 'ocean' and Lama is a Tibetan term corresponding to the Indian word guru, which denotes a teacher. From Freedom in Exile, the Autobiography of the Dalai Lama — Tenzin Gyatso
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Denotes Sayings By Alice Hoffman: My darling girl, when are you going to realize that being normal is not necessarily My darling girl, when are you going to realize that being normal is not necessarily a virtue? It rather denotes a lack of courage. - Aunt Frances — Alice Hoffman
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Denotes Sayings By Theodore Roosevelt: There is nothing more distressing ... than the hard, scoffing spirit which treats the allegation There is nothing more distressing ... than the hard, scoffing spirit which treats the allegation of dishonesty in a public man as a cause for laughter. Such laughter is worse than the crackling of thorns under a pot, for it denotes not merely the vacant mind, but the heart in which high emotions have been choked before they could grow to fruition. — Theodore Roosevelt
Denotes Sayings By Margaret Cho: Like the Birth Of Venus, the song [Yello "oh, Yeah"] denotes the birth of the Like the Birth Of Venus, the song [Yello "oh, Yeah"] denotes the birth of the bro. The song just reminds me of bros looking out over lowered Ray-Bans. It birthed a negative sexual revolution. I was going to a lot of bondage clubs at the time and they did play this song. The song I associate more is that horrible Enigma song with the Gregorian chant. There's something good buried in that song and I might not hate it as much if I hadn't been a sex worker. — Margaret Cho
Denotes Sayings By John Shimkus: The 'life' in 'pro-life' denotes not the quality of life, but life itself. The 'life' in 'pro-life' denotes not the quality of life, but life itself. — John Shimkus
Denotes Sayings By Eknath Easwaran: Violence only makes a situation worse. It cannot help but provoke a violent response. Strictly Violence only makes a situation worse. It cannot help but provoke a violent response. Strictly speaking, satyagraha is not "nonviolence." It is a means, a method. The word we translate as "nonviolence" is a Sanskrit word central in Buddhism as well: ahimsa, the complete absence of violence in word and even thought as well as action. This sounds negative, just as "nonviolence" sounds passive. But like the English word "flawless," ahimsa denotes perfection. Ahimsa is unconditional love; satyagraha is love in action. Gandhi's message — Eknath Easwaran
Denotes Sayings By Jojo Moyes: He smiled, the kind of smile that denotes private happiness, the kind where you have He smiled, the kind of smile that denotes private happiness, the kind where you have nothing to prove. — Jojo Moyes
Denotes Sayings By J.I. Packer: Infallible denotes the quality of never deceiving or misleading and so means wholly trustworthy and Infallible denotes the quality of never deceiving or misleading and so means wholly trustworthy and reliable; inerrant means wholly true. Scripture is termed infallible and inerrant to express the conviction that all its teaching is the utterance of God who cannot lie, whose word, once spoken, abides for ever, and that therefore it may be trusted implicitly. — J.I. Packer
Denotes Sayings By Day Parker: I before E except after C. Weird?By rebelling against the rules the word itself denotes I before E except after C. Weird?
By rebelling against the rules the word itself denotes its very meaning: of strange or extraordinary character, odd, fantastic.
I think all writers are weird. — Day Parker
Denotes Sayings By John Kenneth Galbraith: That economics has a considerable conceptual apparatus with an appropriate terminology can not be a That economics has a considerable conceptual apparatus with an appropriate terminology can not be a serious ground for complaint. Economic phenomena, ideas, instruments of analysis exist. They require names. Education in economics is, in considerable measure, an introduction to this terminology and to the ideas that it denotes. Anyone who has difficulties with the ideas should complete his education or, following an exceedingly well-beaten path, leave the subject alone. It is sometimes said that the economist has a special obligation to make himself understood because his subject is of such great and popular importance. By this rule the nuclear physicist would have to speak in monosyllables. — John Kenneth Galbraith
Denotes Sayings By Clifford Geertz: [Culture] denotes an historically transmitted pattern of meanings embodied in symbols, a system of inherited [Culture] denotes an historically transmitted pattern of meanings embodied in symbols, a system of inherited conceptions expressed in symbolic forms, by means of which men communicate, perpetuate, and develop their knowledge about and attitudes toward life. — Clifford Geertz
Denotes Sayings By Francis Hutcheson: Wisdom denotes the pursuing of the best ends by the best means. Wisdom denotes the pursuing of the best ends by the best means. — Francis Hutcheson
Denotes Sayings By George C. Lorimer: To deny one's self, to take up the cross, denotes something immeasurably grander than self-imposed To deny one's self, to take up the cross, denotes something immeasurably grander than self-imposed penance or rigid conformity to a Divine statute. It is the surrender of self to an ennobling work, an absolute subordination of personal advantages and of personal pleasures for the sake of truth and the welfare of others, and a willing acceptance of every disability which their interests may entail. — George C. Lorimer
Denotes Sayings By Robert Anton Wilson: In every state of the Union, Fundamentalists still fight to ban all the science they In every state of the Union, Fundamentalists still fight to ban all the science they dislike and prosecute all who teach it. To them, 'traditional family values' denotes their right to keep their children as ignorant as their grandparents (and to hate the same folks grand-dad hated.) — Robert Anton Wilson
Denotes Sayings By Alan Coren: The word "souvenir" has, of course, slightly extended itself in meaning until it now denotes The word "souvenir" has, of course, slightly extended itself in meaning until it now denotes almost anything either breakable or useless; but even today, ninety per cent of the items covered by the word are forgettable objects in which cigarettes can be left to go stale. — Alan Coren
Denotes Sayings By Jeffrey Eugenides: Dr. Luce introduced the concept of "periphescence". The word itself means nothing; Luce made it Dr. Luce introduced the concept of "periphescence". The word itself means nothing; Luce made it up to avoid any etymological associations. The state of periphescence, however, is well known. It denotes the first fever of human pair bonding. It causes giddiness, elation, a tickling on the chest wall, the urge to climb a balcony on the rope of the beloved's hair. Periphescence denotes the inital drugged and happy bedtime where you sniff your lover like a scented poppy for hours running. (It lasts, Luce explained, up to two years
tops.) — Jeffrey Eugenides
Denotes Sayings By Allen Tate: I believe the term modulation denotes in music the uninterrupted shift from one key to I believe the term modulation denotes in music the uninterrupted shift from one key to another: I do not know the term for change of rhythm without change of measure. — Allen Tate
Denotes Sayings By Leonard Peikoff: Socialism" for the Nazis denotes the principle of collectivism as such and its corollary, statism Socialism" for the Nazis denotes the principle of collectivism as such and its corollary, statism - in every field of human action, including but not limited to economics. "To be a socialist," says Goebbels, "is to submit the I to the thou; socialism is sacrificing the individual to the whole."9 — Leonard Peikoff
Denotes Sayings By Laurie Edwards: Without that finish line that denotes survivorship, there is not the same level of cultural Without that finish line that denotes survivorship, there is not the same level of cultural awareness or acceptance of our diseases, no backdrop of success with which outsiders can judge our journey. Our survival is more subtle and nuanced; it entails adaptation and negotiation, and is as fluid as our disease progression and symptoms are. — Laurie Edwards
Denotes Sayings By Marcus Vitruvius Pollio: Economy denotes the the proper management of materials and of site, as well as a Economy denotes the the proper management of materials and of site, as well as a thrifty balancing of cost and common sense in the construction of works ... the architect does not demand things which cannot be found or made ready without great expense. For example: it is not everywhere that there is plenty of pitsand, rubble, fir, clear fir, and marble ... Where there is no pitsand, we must use the kinds washed up by rivers or by the sea ... and other problems we must solve in similar ways. — Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
Denotes Sayings By Sarah Stodola: The way Smith sees it, this kind of approach denotes a certain category of writer: The way Smith sees it, this kind of approach denotes a certain category of writer: the Micro Manager. Authors fall into one of two primary camps, she explained in her 2009 book of essays, Changing My Mind.691 Macro Planners work out the structure of their novels and then write within that structure. Micro Managers, on the other hand, don't rely on an overarching configuration (don't even conceive of one), but rather home in on each sentence, one by one, and each sentence, as they come to it, becomes the only thing that exists. If there is a spectrum starting with Macro Planners on one end and Micro Managers on the other, Smith would be somewhere to the right of the page. Smith's writing is entirely incremental and cumulative. The grand plan is that there is no grand plan; working things out ahead of time ruins everything, "feels disastrous."She prefers the writing of a novel as a process of discovery. "The thinking goes on on the page," not beforehand. — Sarah Stodola
Denotes Sayings By Norman Vincent Peale: The word "no" denotes a shutting of the door. It means failure, defeat, delay. But The word "no" denotes a shutting of the door. It means failure, defeat, delay. But spell in backwards and take new hope, for backwards it spells "on." — Norman Vincent Peale
Denotes Sayings By Thomas Aquinas: Evil denotes the lack of good. Not every absence of good is an evil, for Evil denotes the lack of good. Not every absence of good is an evil, for absence may be taken either in a purely negative or in aprivative sense. Mere negation does not display the character of evil, otherwise nonexistents would be evil and moreover, a thing would be evil for not possessing the goodness of something else, which would mean that man is bad for not having the strength of a lion or the speed of a wild goat. But what is evil is privation; in this sense blindness means the privation of sight. — Thomas Aquinas
Denotes Sayings By George Edward Woodberry: From the beginning, about the rude altar of the god, to the days of Goethe, From the beginning, about the rude altar of the god, to the days of Goethe, of Leopardi, and of Victor Hugo, the poet is the leader in the dance of life; and the phrase by which we name his singularity, the poetic temperament, denotes the primacy of that passion in his blood with which the frame of other men is less richly charged. — George Edward Woodberry
Denotes Sayings By Shashi Tharoor: Hindu fundamentalism," because Hinduism is a religion without fundamentals: no organized church, no compulsory beliefs Hindu fundamentalism," because Hinduism is a religion without fundamentals: no organized church, no compulsory beliefs or rites of worship, no single sacred book. The name itself denotes something less, and more, than a set of theological beliefs. In many languages - French and Persian amongst them - the word for "Indian" is "Hindu." Originally "Hindu" simply meant the people beyond the river Sindhu, or Indus. But the Indus is now in Islamic Pakistan; and to make matters worse, the word "Hindu" did not exist in any Indian language till its use by foreigners gave Indians a term for self-definition. — Shashi Tharoor
Denotes Sayings By Harper Lee: Jean Louise interrupted. Hester, let me ask you something. I've been home since Saturday now, Jean Louise interrupted. Hester, let me ask you something. I've been home since Saturday now, and since Saturday I've heard a great deal of talk about mongrelizin' the race, and it's led me to wonder if that's not rather an unfortunate phrase, and if probably it should be discarded from Southern jargon these days. It takes two races to mongrelize a race - if that's the right word - and when we white people holler about mongrelizin', isn't that something of a reflection on ourselves as a race? The message I get from it is that if it were lawful, there'd be a wholesale rush to marry Negroes. If I were a scholar, which I ain't, I would say that kind of talk has a deep psychological significance that's not particularly flattering to the one who talks it. At its best, it denotes an alarmin' mistrust of one's own race. — Harper Lee
Denotes Sayings By Chief Seattle: Youth is impulsive. When our young men grow angry at some real or imaginary wrong, Youth is impulsive. When our young men grow angry at some real or imaginary wrong, and disfigure their faces with black paint, it denotes that their hearts are black, and that they are often cruel and relentless, and our old men and old women are unable to restrain them. Thus it has ever been. — Chief Seattle
Denotes Sayings By John Stuart Mill: When a general name stands for each and every individual which it is a name When a general name stands for each and every individual which it is a name of, or in other words, which it denotes, it is said by logicians to be distributed, or taken distributively. Thus, in the proposition, All men are mortal, the subject, Man, is distributed, because mortality is affirmed of each and every man. — John Stuart Mill
Denotes Sayings By Richard J. Foster: Shekinah means the glory or the radiance of God dwelling in the midst of his Shekinah means the glory or the radiance of God dwelling in the midst of his people. It denotes the immediate Presence of God as opposed to a God who is abstract or aloof. — Richard J. Foster
Denotes Sayings By Donald Watson: The word "veganism" denotes a philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude - The word "veganism" denotes a philosophy and way of living which seeks to exclude - as far as is possible and practical - all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes the development and use of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of humans, animals and the environment. In dietary terms it denotes the practice of dispensing with all products derived wholly or partly from animals. — Donald Watson
Denotes Sayings By L. M. Boyd: No single expression denotes love. It's so complex it requires combinations of expressions. These create No single expression denotes love. It's so complex it requires combinations of expressions. These create an identifiable look. You see something like it sometimes in the eyes of slaughterhouse steers. — L. M. Boyd
Denotes Sayings By Pharrell Williams: 'Entrepreneur 'just denotes that you recognize that you're doing things across disciplines and that you're 'Entrepreneur 'just denotes that you recognize that you're doing things across disciplines and that you're blazing your own path. — Pharrell Williams
Denotes Sayings By Anonymous: Nonchoices are choices, too. And they are very telling choices at that. Each nonaction denotes Nonchoices are choices, too. And they are very telling choices at that. Each nonaction denotes a parallel action; each nonchoice, a parallel choice; each absence, a presence. Take the well-known default effect: more often than not, we stick to default options and don't expend the energy to change, even if another option is in fact better for us. We don't choose to contribute to a retirement fund - even if our company will match the contributions - unless the default is set up for contributing. We don't become organ donors unless we are by default considered donors. And the list goes on. It's simply easier to do nothing. But that doesn't mean we've actually not done anything. We have. We've chosen, in a — Anonymous
Denotes Sayings By Italo Calvino: In addition there is the fact that this girl's application in drawing seashells denotes in In addition there is the fact that this girl's application in drawing seashells denotes in her a search for formal perfection which the world can and therefore must attain; I, on the contrary, have been convinced for some time that perfection is not produced except marginally and by chance; Therefore it deserves no interest at all, the true nature of things being revealed only in disintegration. — Italo Calvino
Denotes Sayings By Shuli Barzilai: There are four on whose pots the Holy One, blessed he, knocked, only to find There are four on whose pots the Holy One, blessed he, knocked, only to find them filled with piss, and these are they: Adam, Cain, the wicked Balaam, and Hezekiah.
Again, an abrupt transposition from the divine to the domestic, from upper to lowly spheres, occurs in the midrash. The homely image of the Holy One knocking on pots apparently derives from the practice of tapping on a clay or earthen pot to hear its ring in order to decide if it is worthy of holding wine. In current Hebrew usage, the expression 'to assess or gauge someone's pot' still denotes taking in the measure of a person's character. From Adam's answer to God, we learn that he turned out to be a pisspot. — Shuli Barzilai
Denotes Sayings By Adoniram Judson: The word which denotes the act of baptizing, according to the usage of Greek writers, The word which denotes the act of baptizing, according to the usage of Greek writers, uniformly signifies or implies immersion. — Adoniram Judson
Denotes Sayings By Baba Kalyani: We've made two products; one is a 155 mm 52-calibre gun with self-propelling and towing We've made two products; one is a 155 mm 52-calibre gun with self-propelling and towing capability. This is a field gun - the mainstay of the Indian army like the Bofors guns. Our gun is similar but of a longer range. That was 39 calibre; this is 52. The calibre denotes the length of the barrel and the range. — Baba Kalyani
Denotes Sayings By Stephen Richards: Pure potentiality is a phrase that denotes that pure consciousness is the true essence that Pure potentiality is a phrase that denotes that pure consciousness is the true essence that lies in us. — Stephen Richards
Denotes Sayings By Adam Smith: Every tax, however, is to the person who pays it a badge, not of slavery Every tax, however, is to the person who pays it a badge, not of slavery but of liberty. It denotes that he is a subject to government, indeed, but that, as he has some property, he cannot himself be the property of a master. — Adam Smith
Denotes Sayings By Stuart Hill: Could you please explain to me exactly what the staff is that you carry?"Cronus proudly Could you please explain to me exactly what the staff is that you carry?"
Cronus proudly held the symbol of his power and authority aloft. "It is the scepter that denotes my control of the Physical Realms. All who defy me should look on it and tremble."
"Oh, I see! Do you know, I thought it was a giant toothpick, or perhaps something you shoved into other parts of you anatomy. I never realized it represented your supposed right to rule," said Her Vampiric Majesty lightly. — Stuart Hill
Denotes Sayings By John Stuart Mill: What we call men, are the subjects, the individual Stiles and Nokes; not the qualities What we call men, are the subjects, the individual Stiles and Nokes; not the qualities by which their humanity is constituted. The name, therefore, is said to signify the subjects directly , the attributes indirectly ; it denotes the subjects, and implies, or involves, or indicates, or as we shall say henceforth connotes, the attributes. It is a connotative name. — John Stuart Mill
Denotes Sayings By Anonymous: This responsibility, in the case of the mother and her infant, refers mainly to the This responsibility, in the case of the mother and her infant, refers mainly to the care for physical needs. In the love between adults it refers mainly to the psychic needs of the other person. Responsibility could easily deteriorate into domination and possessiveness, were it not for a third component of love, respect. Respect is not fear and awe; it denotes, in accord- ance with the root of the word (respicere = to look at), the ability to see a person as he is, to be aware of his unique individuality. Respect means the concern that the other per- son should grow and unfold as he is. Respect, thus, implies the absence of exploitation. I want the loved person to grow and unfold for his own sake, and in his own ways, and not for the purpose of serving me. If I love the other person, I feel one with him or her, but with him as he is, not as I need him to be as an object for my use. — Anonymous
Denotes Sayings By Viktor E. Frankl: By declaring that man is responsible and must actualize the potential meaning of his life, By declaring that man is responsible and must actualize the potential meaning of his life, I wish to stress that the true meaning of life is to be discovered in the world rather than within man or his own psyche, as though it were a closed system. I have termed this constitutive characteristic "the self-transcendence of human existence." It denotes the fact that being human always points, and is directed, to something or someone, other than oneself
be it a meaning to fulfill or another human being to encounter. The more one forgets himself
by giving himself to a cause to serve or another person to love
the more human he is and the more he actualizes himself. What is called self-actualization is not an attainable aim at all, for the simple reason that the more one would strive for it, the more he would miss it. In other words, self-actualization is possible only as a side-effect of self-transcendence. — Viktor E. Frankl
Denotes Sayings By N. T. Wright: The word "salvation" denotes rescue. Rescue? What from? Well, of course, ultimately death. And since The word "salvation" denotes rescue. Rescue? What from? Well, of course, ultimately death. And since it is sin that colludes with the forces of evil and decay, sin leads to death. So we are rescued from sin and death. — N. T. Wright
Denotes Sayings By Abdal Hakim Murad: Yet she belongs, finally and truly, only to God. The hijab is a symbol of Yet she belongs, finally and truly, only to God. The hijab is a symbol of freedom from the male regard, but also, in our time, of freedom from subjugation by the iron fist of materialism, deterministic science, and the death of meaning. It denotes softness, otherness, inwardness. She is not only caught in a world of power relations, but she inhabits a world of love and sacrifice. This freedom, which is of the conscience, is hers to exercise as she will. — Abdal Hakim Murad
Denotes Sayings By Alexis De Tocqueville: The Americans never use the word peasant, because they have no idea of the class The Americans never use the word peasant, because they have no idea of the class which that term denotes; the ignorance of more remote ages, the simplicity of rural life, and the rusticity of the villager have not been preserved among them; and they are alike unacquainted with the virtues, the vices, the coarse habits, and the simple graces of an early stage of civilization. — Alexis De Tocqueville
Denotes Sayings By Charb: If "atheophobia" denotes the violent criticism of atheism, I invite my Bible-thumping friends to sign If "atheophobia" denotes the violent criticism of atheism, I invite my Bible-thumping friends to sign up without fear for their safety. Don't reserve your insults to Reason for the privacy of those tombs of thought you call temples, churches, synagogues, and mosques! Publish newspapers and blogs, stage plays and puppet shows, to mock what you see as the absurdity of life without God, of life without your Supreme Blankie! — Charb
Denotes Sayings By Edward Bulwer-Lytton: In writing, they deem it irreverent to express the Supreme Being by any special name. In writing, they deem it irreverent to express the Supreme Being by any special name. He is symbolized by what may be termed the heiroglyphic of a pyramid, /. In prayer they address Him by a name which they deem too sacred to confide to a stranger, and I know it not. In conversation they generally use a periphrastic epithet, such as the All-Good. The letter V, symbolical of the inverted pyramid, where it is an initial, nearly always denotes excellence of power; as Vril, of which I have said so much; Veed, an immortal spirit; Veed-ya, immortality; — Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Denotes Sayings By The Mad Hatter: Different denotes neither bad nor good, but it certainly means not the same. Different denotes neither bad nor good, but it certainly means not the same. — The Mad Hatter
Denotes Sayings By Syncletica Of Alexandria: It is written, 'Be wise as serpents and innocent as doves' (Mt. 10:16). Being like It is written, 'Be wise as serpents and innocent as doves' (Mt. 10:16). Being like serpents means not ignoring the attacks and wiles of the devil. Like is quickly shown to like. The simplicity of the dove denotes purity of action. — Syncletica Of Alexandria
Denotes Sayings By Bernard Lewis: It is difficult to generalize about Islam. To begin with, the word itself is commonly It is difficult to generalize about Islam. To begin with, the word itself is commonly used with two related but distinct meanings, as the equivalents both of Christianity, and Christendom. In the one sense, it denotes a religion, as system of beliefs and worship; in the other, the civilization that grew up and flourished under the aegis of that religion. The word Islam thus denotes more than fourteen centuries of history, a billion and a third people, and a religious and cultural tradition of enormous diversity. — Bernard Lewis
Denotes Sayings By Michael Tsarion: Ergo, it is not St. George who is the patron saint of England, but Set Ergo, it is not St. George who is the patron saint of England, but Set of the Hyksos. In general terms whenever the code term "red" is used in the Old Testament, it denotes the Hyksos dynasty. Connected to the Order of the Garter, is the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, formed in 1818. Aditionally, legend has it that the senior members of the Merovingian dynasty of France (founders of the Knights Templar) had birthmarks in the shape of a red cross. — Michael Tsarion
Denotes Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning "action." It denotes an active force, the inference being Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning "action." It denotes an active force, the inference being that the outcome of future events can be influenced by our actions. To suppose that karma is some sort of independent energy which predestines the course of our whole life is simply incorrect. — Dalai Lama XIV
Denotes Sayings By Ogwo David Emenike: Failure does not connote that you achieved nothing. It denotes that you are on an Failure does not connote that you achieved nothing. It denotes that you are on an adventure towards finding what will eventually advance you to the realization of your goals. — Ogwo David Emenike
Denotes Sayings By Ray Kurzweil: The Singularity denotes an event that will take place in the material world, the inevitable The Singularity denotes an event that will take place in the material world, the inevitable next step in the evolutionary process that started with biological evolution and has extended through human-directed technological evolution. however, it is precisely in the world of matter and energy that we encounter transcendence, a principal connotation of what people refer to as spirituality. — Ray Kurzweil
Denotes Sayings By Siri Hustvedt: He was one of those people in New York who was purported to "know everybody". He was one of those people in New York who was purported to "know everybody". "Knowing everybody" is a phrase that denotes not having many relations with people but having relations with a few people generally thought to be significant and powerful. — Siri Hustvedt
Denotes Sayings By Taliah Pina: HOPEA LITTLE EACH DAYLET HOPE BE YOUR GUIDE IN LIFE.IT SHINES THROUGH THE TOUGHEST OF HOPE
A LITTLE EACH DAY
LET HOPE BE YOUR GUIDE IN LIFE.
IT SHINES THROUGH THE TOUGHEST OF TRIALS AND TAKES YOU TO A BETTER PLACE.
Hope is a quality that imbues us with grace in the face of adversity.
HOPE IN LOVE,GRACE,AND RIGHTEOUSNESS
hope is a quality that imbues us with grace in the face of adversity.
hope is synonymous with "want"or "expectation". it denotes a passive, "wait and see",approach to a desired object or outcome.
understood in this way,hope is a state of mind, a wish or thought born from a state of stress and defeat.
THAT IS WHAT HOPE MEANS TO ME. — Taliah Pina
Denotes Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: FAILURE DENOTES:F - FallA - AriseI - Intuitive thinkingL - Learning processU - Undeterred soulR FAILURE DENOTES:
F - Fall
A - Arise
I - Intuitive thinking
L - Learning process
U - Undeterred soul
R - Renew thoughts
E - Experiments new thinking. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Denotes Sayings By Jonathan Sterne: If there is such a thing as media theory, there should also be format theory. If there is such a thing as media theory, there should also be format theory. Writers have too often collapsed discussions of format into their analyses of what is important about a given medium. Format denotes a whole range of decisions that affect the look, feel, experience, and workings of a medium. It — Jonathan Sterne
Denotes Sayings By Thomas Goodwin: Grace is more than mercy and love. It super-adds to them. It denotes, not simply Grace is more than mercy and love. It super-adds to them. It denotes, not simply love, but the love of a sovereign, transcendent Superior. One that may do what He will. That may wholly choose whether He will love or no. Now God, who is an infinite Sovereign, who might have chosen whether ever He would love us or no; for Him to love us, this is Grace. — Thomas Goodwin
Denotes Sayings By Nassau William Senior: Value denotes a relation reciprocally existing between two objects, and the precise relation which it Value denotes a relation reciprocally existing between two objects, and the precise relation which it denotes is the quantity of the one which can be obtained in exchange for a given quantity of the other. — Nassau William Senior