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10 Disconnection From Reality Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Disconnection From Reality Sayings By David Mitchell: Persuasion is not about force; it's about showing a person a door, and making him Persuasion is not about force; it's about showing a person a door, and making him or her desperate to open it. — David Mitchell
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Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Eddie Redmayne: Ladies and babies, and mortgages, for that matter, can all wait. Acting has done a Ladies and babies, and mortgages, for that matter, can all wait. Acting has done a strange thing to me, though. I often sit there, thinking, 'I love this, but I wouldn't put my daughter on the stage.' — Eddie Redmayne
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Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Michael Chabon: Like most policemen, Landsman sails double-hulled against tragedy, stabilized against heave and storm. It's the Like most policemen, Landsman sails double-hulled against tragedy, stabilized against heave and storm. It's the shallows he has to worry about, the hairline fissures, the little freaks of torque. The memory of that summer, for example, or the thought that he had long since exhausted the patience of a kid who once would have waited a thousand years to spend an hour with him shooting cans off a fence with an air rifle. The sight of the Longhouse breaks some small, as yet unbroken facet of Landman's heart. All of the things they made, during their minute in this corner of the map, dissolved in brambles of salmonberry and oblivion. — Michael Chabon
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Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Charles Negre: If art is the poetic interpretation of nature, photography is the exact translation; it is If art is the poetic interpretation of nature, photography is the exact translation; it is exactitude in art or the complement of art. (1854) — Charles Negre
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: He came to put a harlot above a Pharisee, a penitent robber above a High He came to put a harlot above a Pharisee, a penitent robber above a High Priest, and a prodigal son above his exemplary brother. To all the phonies and fakers who would say that they could not join the Church because His Church was not holy enough, He would ask, 'How holy must the Church be before you will enter into it?' If the Church were as holy as they wanted it to be, they would never be allowed into it! In every other religion under the sun, in every Eastern religion from Buddhism to Confucianism, there must always be some purification before one can commune with God. But Our Blessed Lord brought a religion where the admission of sin is the condition of coming to Him. 'Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are ill. — Fulton J. Sheen
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Erin Hunter: Hope is easy, but it catches no prey. Hope is easy, but it catches no prey. — Erin Hunter
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Mary J. Blige: Don't go a full day or night without washing your face. You have to get Don't go a full day or night without washing your face. You have to get all the dirt and makeup out of your pores. — Mary J. Blige
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By John Hull: Our tree is actually a tree of the short-term interest rate. The average direction in Our tree is actually a tree of the short-term interest rate. The average direction in which the short-term interest rate moves depends on the level of the rate. When the rate is very high, that direction is downward; when the rate is very low, it is upward. — John Hull
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Courtney Milan: Defiance was only amusing when the stakes were low. Defiance was only amusing when the stakes were low. — Courtney Milan
Disconnection From Reality Sayings By Raphael Zernoff: Human life is designed as a self-study program.Existence is always one undivided. It is what Human life is designed as a self-study program.
Existence is always one undivided. It is what we often call the Light. It is a pure consciousness of unconditional love. Out of the Light the idea of darkness is created. There is no existence of light and darkness, as separated energies. The separation is illusionary.
Experiencing ourselves as humans is an exploration of the greater Self in a localised condition.
A dense reality is created to facilitate the idea of forgetfulness.
Now we collectively entered a new time of remembering. It is not necessary anymore to create the illusion of self-disconnection from the energy source. — Raphael Zernoff