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25 Intermingling Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Intermingling Sayings By Jay-Z: That's why this generation is the least racist generation ever. You see it all the That's why this generation is the least racist generation ever. You see it all the time. Go to any club. People are intermingling, hanging out, having fun, enjoying the same music. Hip-hop is not just in the Bronx anymore. It's worldwide. Everywhere you go, people are listening to hip-hop and partying together. Hip-hop has done that. — Jay-Z
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Intermingling Sayings By Adalet Agaoglu: What is it we call life anyway? The lights that flash within us from time What is it we call life anyway? The lights that flash within us from time to time. Those lit moments, these tiny dots, one by one, added on from one end to the other, intermingling with each other sometimes, one on top of the other, or slipped underneath; this combination of dots that moves forward, constantly changing places and directions, creates very beautiful music. — Adalet Agaoglu
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Intermingling Sayings By B.E. Scully: This is not written for the young or the light of heart, not for the This is not written for the young or the light of heart, not for the tranquil species of men whose souls are content with the simple pleasures of family, church, or profession. Rather, I write to those beings like myself whose existence is compounded by a lurid intermingling of the dark and the
light; who can judge rationally and think with reason, yet who feel too keenly and churn with too great a passion; who have an incessant longing for happiness and yet are
shadowed by a deep and persistent melancholy - those who grasp gratification where they may, but find no lasting comfort for the soul. — B.E. Scully
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Intermingling Sayings By Thanhha Lai: Our liveswill twist and twist,intermingling the old and the newuntil it doesn't matterwhich is which. Our lives
will twist and twist,
intermingling the old and the new
until it doesn't matter
which is which. — Thanhha Lai
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Intermingling Sayings By James L. Farmer Jr.: Over the years, there has been an intermingling of film and aircraft. This relationship has Over the years, there has been an intermingling of film and aircraft. This relationship has generated all kinds of movies, including those filmed in San Diego. — James L. Farmer Jr.
Intermingling Sayings By Bertrand Russell: From Pythagoras (whether by way of Socrates or not) Plato derived the Orphic elements in From Pythagoras (whether by way of Socrates or not) Plato derived the Orphic elements in his philosophy: the religious trend, the belief in immortality, the other-worldliness, the priestly tone, and all that is involved in the simile of the cave; also his respect for mathematics, and his intimate intermingling of intellect and mysticism. — Bertrand Russell
Intermingling Sayings By Paula Gunn Allen: Breath is life, and the intermingling of breaths is the purpose of good living. This Breath is life, and the intermingling of breaths is the purpose of good living. This is in essence the great principle on which all productive living must rest, for relationships among all the beings of the universe must be fulfilled; in this way each individual life may also be fulfilled. — Paula Gunn Allen
Intermingling Sayings By Orna Ross: He has been preparing his life and his poetry for just such a woman, just He has been preparing his life and his poetry for just such a woman, just such intermingling of beauty and sorrow and mystery. But a woman like her will not settle into the role of helpmeet or muse; she is too adventurous, too vital, too fond of sensation. She will want to be, an ally. An equal. What can he, a poor student of poetry, offer her? Only his words. — Orna Ross
Intermingling Sayings By Robert Ellsberg: Consistently, [Yves] Congar emphasized the distinction between Tradition and traditionalism. The latter was an unyielding Consistently, [Yves] Congar emphasized the distinction between Tradition and traditionalism. The latter was an unyielding commitment to the past. The former was a living principle of commitment to the Beginning, a process that required creativity, inspiration, and a spirit of openness to the present as well as respect for the past.
Two of Congar's works, on reform in the church and on the theology of the laity, proved especially controversial ... Congar believed that reform was a vital and necessary dimension of the church. This was rooted in the distinction between the church and the kingdom of God and in the intermingling in the church of both divine and human elements. In light of the church's constant temptation to revert to institutionalism, it was always necessary to allow room for the prophetic voice, issuing from the margins, even though this might mean attending to uncomfortable truths. — Robert Ellsberg
Intermingling Sayings By Gail Jones: He could smell the lavender scent of the powder she dabbed under her arms, and He could smell the lavender scent of the powder she dabbed under her arms, and his own fluids, and hers pungently intermingling. — Gail Jones
Intermingling Sayings By Tom Robbins: White folks have controlled New Orleans with money and guns, black folks have controlled it White folks have controlled New Orleans with money and guns, black folks have controlled it with magic and music, and although there has been a steady undercurrent of mutual admiration, an intermingling of cultures unheard of in any other American city, South or North; although there has prevailed a most joyous and fascinating interface, black anger and white fear has persisted, providing the ongoing, ostensibly integrated fete champetre with volatile and sometimes violent idiosyncrasies. — Tom Robbins
Intermingling Sayings By Michel Odent: Sarah Buckley is precious, because she is bilingual. She can speak the language of a Sarah Buckley is precious, because she is bilingual. She can speak the language of a mother who gave birth to her four children at home. She can also speak like a medical doctor. By intermingling the language of the heart and the scientific language she is driving the history of childbirth towards a radical and inspiring new direction. — Michel Odent
Intermingling Sayings By Gary Zukav: What we think of as physical reality is an intermingling of appropriate realities, a fluid What we think of as physical reality is an intermingling of appropriate realities, a fluid massive consciousness in which each of us exists independently of each other and yet coexists interdependently with each other. — Gary Zukav
Intermingling Sayings By J.G. Ballard: We live in a world ruled by fictions of every kind - mass-merchandising, advertising, politics We live in a world ruled by fictions of every kind - mass-merchandising, advertising, politics conducted as a branch of advertising, the instant translation of science and technology into popular imagery, the increasing blurring and intermingling of identities within the realm of consumer goods, the pre-empting of any free or original imaginative response to experience by the television screen. — J.G. Ballard
Intermingling Sayings By Samuel Shem: I've been drunk while swimming in the river, at noon the temperature of water, air, I've been drunk while swimming in the river, at noon the temperature of water, air, and body all the same, so that I can't tell where body ends and water begins and it's a melding of the universe, with the river curling round our bodies, cool and warm rushes intermingling in lost patterns, filling all times and all depths. — Samuel Shem
Intermingling Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Waves of thought are stirring. In a twilight corner of her consciousness, one tiny fragment Waves of thought are stirring. In a twilight corner of her consciousness, one tiny fragment and another tiny fragment call out wordlessly to eachother, their spreading ripples intermingling. — Haruki Murakami
Intermingling Sayings By Harvey Cox: The dominant ethos of the twenty-first century consists of an intermingling of the sacred and The dominant ethos of the twenty-first century consists of an intermingling of the sacred and the secular. — Harvey Cox
Intermingling Sayings By Milton Friedman: Given greater freedom about where to send their children, parents of a kind would flock Given greater freedom about where to send their children, parents of a kind would flock together and so prevent a healthy intermingling of children from decidedly different backgrounds. — Milton Friedman
Intermingling Sayings By William H Gass: Furthermore, the sense of passion or of power, of depth and vibrancy, feeling and vision, Furthermore, the sense of passion or of power, of depth and vibrancy, feeling and vision, we take away from any work is the result of the intermingling, balance, play, and antagonism between these: it is the arrangement of blues, not any blue itself, which lets us see the mood it formulates, whether pensive melancholy or thoughtless delight, so that one to whom aesthetic experience comes easily will see, as Schopenhauer suggested, sadness in things as readily as smoky violet or moist verdigris. — William H Gass
Intermingling Sayings By John Dewey: The intermingling in the school of youth of different races, differing religions, and unlike customs The intermingling in the school of youth of different races, differing religions, and unlike customs creates for all a new and broader environment. Common subject matter accustoms all to a unity of outlook upon a broader horizon than is visible to the members of any group while it is isolated. The assimilative force of the American public school is eloquent testimony to the efficacy of the common and balanced appeal. — John Dewey
Intermingling Sayings By Eduardo Galeano: Nothing can be defined or derided on the basis of its origin. The important thing Nothing can be defined or derided on the basis of its origin. The important thing is what is done with it and how far a community identifies with something that symbolizes its favourite way of dreaming, living, dancing, playing or loving. This is the positive side of the world: a constant intermingling that produces new responses to new challenges. But because of forced globalization, there's a clear trend these days towards uniformity. This trend comes largely from the ever-greater concentration of power in the hands of large media groups. — Eduardo Galeano
Intermingling Sayings By Frederick Douglass: It is the mission of the printer to diffuse light and knowledge by a judicious It is the mission of the printer to diffuse light and knowledge by a judicious intermingling of black with white. — Frederick Douglass
Intermingling Sayings By Alexandra Kosteniuk: Life is a mysterious and witty intermingling of fate and events Life is a mysterious and witty intermingling of fate and events — Alexandra Kosteniuk
Intermingling Sayings By Matt Bellamy: And you realize that there's no such thing as an individual, we're just all a And you realize that there's no such thing as an individual, we're just all a collection of each other's influence on each other. Everyone says things to each other, the television, your parents, your friends, that's all we are, is a collection of intermingling ideas as a collective. — Matt Bellamy
Intermingling Sayings By Anonymous: Minneapolis doesn't benefit from a proximity to other rich cities and their intermingling of commerce. Minneapolis doesn't benefit from a proximity to other rich cities and their intermingling of commerce. Instead, it's so far from other major metros that it's a singular magnet for regional talent. "There's basically nothing between us and Seattle, so we've historically had all these smaller cities in Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Montana that are our satellites," Orfield told me. — Anonymous