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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Alexis Karpouzos: All beings and things, visible and invisible are interrelated and inseparable, are the same and All beings and things, visible and invisible are interrelated and inseparable, are the same and different forms of open wholeness. The possibility of survival, passing through a generous and friendly relationship with the other man, with the other beings, the planet as a whole, the stars and the whole universe. — Alexis Karpouzos
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Owen Barfield: Before the scientific revolution, [man] did not feel himself isolated by his skin from the Before the scientific revolution, [man] did not feel himself isolated by his skin from the world outside to quite the same extent that we do. He was integrated, or mortised into it, each different part of him being united to a different part of it by some invisible thread. In his relation to his environment, the man of the middle ages was rather less like an island, rather more like an embryo. — Owen Barfield
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Marshall McLuhan: It is not brains or intelligence that is needed to cope with the problems with It is not brains or intelligence that is needed to cope with the problems with Plato and Aristotle and all of their successors to the present have failed to confront. What is needed is a readiness to undervalue the world altogether. This is only possible for a Christian ... All technologies and all cultures, ancient and modern, are part of our immediate expanse. There is hope in this diversity since it creates vast new possibilities of detachment and amusement at human gullibility and self-deception. There is no harm in reminding ourselves from time to time that the "Prince of this World" is a great P.R. man, a great salesman of new hardware and software, a great electric engineer, and a great master of the media. It is his master stroke to be not only environmental but invisible for the environmental is invincibly persuasive when ignored. — Marshall McLuhan
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire: Happily, and thanks to God, there are orifices through which our inner life constantly escapes, Happily, and thanks to God, there are orifices through which our inner life constantly escapes, and the soul, like the blood, hath its pores. The mouth is the chief and foremost of these channels which lead the soul out of its invisible sanctuary; it is by speech that man communicates the secret converse which is his real life. — Jean-Baptiste Henri Lacordaire
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Look, I don't want to stand here and watch you commune with 'other.' It's been Look, I don't want to stand here and watch you commune with 'other.' It's been a long night, my brain is fried and my emotions shot. You can stay here and do your hocus-pocus cat prowl, looking for your invisible friends all you want. I'm going to head off to my media room and veg. (Danger)
If you need me, call. (Alexion)
Yeah, I'll just do that when I need the great big, hulking he-man to charge in and save my weak, girly butt. (Danger) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Myles Munroe: His Kingdom on this earth was to rule the visible world of man from the His Kingdom on this earth was to rule the visible world of man from the invisible realm of the spirit. — Myles Munroe
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Charles Webster Leadbeater: How shall we define occultism? The word is derived from the Latin occultus, hidden; so How shall we define occultism? The word is derived from the Latin occultus, hidden; so that it is the study of the hidden laws of nature. Since all the great laws of nature are in fact working in the invisible world far more than in the visible, occultism involves the acceptance of a much wider view of nature than that which is ordinarily taken. The occultist, then, is a man who studies all the laws of nature that he can reach or of which he can hear, and as a result of his study he identifies himself with these laws and devotes his life to the service of evolution. — Charles Webster Leadbeater
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ralph Ellison: And I love light. Perhaps you'll think it strange that an invisible man should need And I love light. Perhaps you'll think it strange that an invisible man should need light, desire light, love light. But maybe it is exactly because I am invisible. Light confirms my reality, gives birth to my form. — Ralph Ellison
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Michael S. Kimmel: To be white, or straight, or male, or middle class is to be simultaneously ubiquitious To be white, or straight, or male, or middle class is to be simultaneously ubiquitious and invisible. You're everywhere you look, you're the standard against which everyone else is measured. You're like water, like air. People will tell you they went to see a "woman doctor" or they will say they went to see "the doctor." People will tell you they have a "gay colleague" or they'll tell you about a colleague. A white person will be happy to tell you about a "Black friend," but when that same person simply mentions a "friend," everyone will assume the person is white. Any college course that doesn't have the word "woman" or "gay" or "minority" in its title is a course about men, heterosexuals, and white people. But we call those courses "literature," "history" or "political science."
This invisibility is political. — Michael S. Kimmel
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Aporva Kala: Why can't one live a life of disappearing?An invisible man- the real superman. Why can't one live a life of disappearing?An invisible man- the real superman. — Aporva Kala
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Bertrand Russell: The life of Man is a long march through the night, surrounded by invisible foes, The life of Man is a long march through the night, surrounded by invisible foes, tortured by weariness and pain, towards a goal that few can hope to reach, and where none may tarry long. One by one, as they march, our comrades vanish form our sight, seized by the silent orders of omnipotent Death. Very brief is the time in which we can help them, in which their happiness or misery is decided. Be it ours to shed sunshine on their path, to lighten their sorrows by the balm of sympathy, to give them the pure joy of a never-tiring affection, to strengthen failing courage, to instill faith in times of despair. — Bertrand Russell
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ralph Ellison: All my life I had been looking for something, and everywhere I turned someone tried All my life I had been looking for something, and everywhere I turned someone tried to tell me what it was. — Ralph Ellison
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: There are few things, - whether in the outward world, or to a certain depth, There are few things, - whether in the outward world, or to a certain depth, in the invisible sphere of thought, - few things hidden from the man who devotes himself earnestly and unreservedly to the solution of a mystery. — Nathaniel Hawthorne
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Fannie Flagg: What was this power, this insidious threat, this invisible gun to her head that controlled What was this power, this insidious threat, this invisible gun to her head that controlled her life ... this terror of being called names?
She had stayed a virgin so she wouldn't be called a tramp or a slut; had married so she wouldn't be called an old maid; faked orgasms so she wouldn't be called frigid; had children so she wouldn't be called barren; had not been a feminist because she didn't want to be called queer and a man hater; never nagged or raised her voice so she wouldn't be called a bitch ...
She had done all that and yet, still, this stranger had dragged her into the gutter with the names that men call women when they are angry. — Fannie Flagg
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Ridley: Why don't we hear more about and from Asians when it comes to race in Why don't we hear more about and from Asians when it comes to race in America? Are Asians the new Invisible Man - there but not there? In some ways, yeah. Blacks and whites are always carping about the metrics of racism. And any conversation about immigration reform is immediately flipped into a referendum on Hispanics. — John Ridley
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Hubert Reeves: Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature he's destroying is this God he's worshipping. — Hubert Reeves
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Steinbeck: Adam Trask to Cathy: "You know about the ugliness in people. You showed me the Adam Trask to Cathy: "You know about the ugliness in people. You showed me the pictures. You use all the sad, weak parts of a man, and God knows he has them." ... "But you-yes, that's right- you don't know about the rest. You don't believe I brought you the letter because I don't want your money. You don't believe I love you. And the men who come to you here with their ugliness, the men in the pictures- you don't believe those men could have goodness and beauty in them. You see only one side, and you think-more than that, you're sure- that's all there is.'
" ... I seem to know that there's a part of you missing. Some men can't see the colour green, but they may never know they can't. I think you are only part of a human. I can't do anything about that. ut I wonder whether you ever feel that something invisible is all around you. It would be horrible if you knew it was there and couldn't see or feel it. That would be horrible. — John Steinbeck
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Victor LaValle: The project of Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible Man' is exactly that: to assert the beautiful, bountiful, The project of Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible Man' is exactly that: to assert the beautiful, bountiful, chaotic complexity of one black American male. And, by extension, all black American males. — Victor LaValle
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By M.L. Stedman: But a sliver of un-crossable distance had slipped between them; an invisible, wisp-thin no man's But a sliver of un-crossable distance had slipped between them; an invisible, wisp-thin no man's land. — M.L. Stedman
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Catherine Fisher: If a speculum is polished sufficiently, it becomes invisible. For it doth reflect all about If a speculum is polished sufficiently, it becomes invisible. For it doth reflect all about it, so that the eye sees only that which is shown , not the devyse that showeth it. And if a man becomes hard as diamond, faceted and flawed, he too will show nothing of himself, onlie the fractured images of his world. — Catherine Fisher
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ian Morgan Cron: I carry an invisible box of jerseys with me that say "Team Ian" on the I carry an invisible box of jerseys with me that say "Team Ian" on the front. My goal is to convince everyone I meet to become my fan and prove it by putting on my "Team Ian" jersey. If they do, then for at least ten minutes I feel like I've won their approval and love. If I have a run of people who don't put it on, I can fall into a rut I have visited so often I should have it decorated and furnished. For me, life is like one long job interview in which I'm trying to impress everyone I meet enough to hire me. The routine is exhausting, mostly for everyone else.
I confessed this nutty practice to my spiritual director. He smiled, put his arm around my shoulder, and said, "I never trust a man without a limp. — Ian Morgan Cron
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By William Faulkner: Some looked at him as they passed, at the man sitting quietly behind the wheel Some looked at him as they passed, at the man sitting quietly behind the wheel of a small car, with his invisible life ravelled out about him like a wornout sock. — William Faulkner
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Percy Bysshe Shelley: Poetry is not like reasoning, a power to be exerted according to the determination of Poetry is not like reasoning, a power to be exerted according to the determination of the will. A man cannot say, 'I will compose poetry.' The greatest poet even cannot say it; for the mind in creation is as a fading coal, which some invisible influence, like an inconstant wind, awakens to transitory brightness ... and the conscious portions of our natures are unprophetic either of its approach or its departure. — Percy Bysshe Shelley
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Developing the man within creates invisible changes in a man's character Developing the man within creates invisible changes in a man's character — Sunday Adelaja
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Jon Meacham: The Jefferson of the cabinet, of the vice presidency, and of the presidency can be The Jefferson of the cabinet, of the vice presidency, and of the presidency can be best understood by recalling that his passion for the people and his regard for republicanism belonged to a man who believed that there were forces afoot - forces visible and invisible, domestic and foreign - that sought to undermine the rights of man by reestablishing the rule of priests and nobles and kings. His opposition to John Adams and to Alexander Hamilton, to the British and to financial speculators, grew out of this fundamental concern. Like — Jon Meacham
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Steinbeck: Horace Quinn remembered questioning Adam so very long ago, remembered him as a man in Horace Quinn remembered questioning Adam so very long ago, remembered him as a man in agony. He could still see Adam's haunted and horrified eyes. He had thought then of Adam as a man of such honesty that he couldn't conceive anything else. Adam had been set apart - an invisible wall cut him off from the world. You couldn't get into him - he couldn't get out to you. But in that old agony there had been no wall. — John Steinbeck
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Luke Rhinehart: The minority impulses are the Negroes of the personality. They have not enjoyed freedom since The minority impulses are the Negroes of the personality. They have not enjoyed freedom since the personality was founded: they have become the invisible men. We refuse to recognize that a minority impulse is a potential full man, and until he is granted the same opportunity for development as the major conventional selves, the personality in which he lives will be divided, subject to tensions which lead to periodic explosions and riots. — Luke Rhinehart
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Joseph Conrad: But in a gale, the silent machinery of a sailing-ship would catch not only the But in a gale, the silent machinery of a sailing-ship would catch not only the power, but the wild and exulting voice of the world's soul. Whether she ran with her tall spars swinging, or breasted it with her tall spars lying over, there was always that wild song, deep like a chant, for a bass to the shrill pipe of the wind played on the sea-tops, with a punctuating crash, now and then, of a breaking wave. At times the weird effects of that invisible orchestra would get upon a man's nerves till he wished himself deaf. — Joseph Conrad
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Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Bahauddin: 1:145-146NO SURE SENSESay: No one knows the unseen except God (27:65).With that text I put 1:145-146
NO SURE SENSE

Say: No one knows the unseen except God (27:65).

With that text I put this question: How do you feel about doing work that brings no benefit to you or anyone? Aren't you always aware of a destination when you walk out your door? Do you ever walk out, look around in all directions, then go back into your house and sit there with no purpose, for no reason?

You often plan work without knowing what will come of it. You plant seeds with no guarantee they will sprout. You enter into a business deal with no sure sense it will make profit. Many do not reach the point they move toward, but that doesn't man they stop trying.

Certainty comes only with work we do in the invisible, but we cannot know that. Journeys taken and seeds planted there never disappoint. The saints and hermits and prophets might be able to give us some of their confidence if we could work along with them. — Bahauddin
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Max Martini: When passerby's ignore homeless people, they don't know if that was a man or woman When passerby's ignore homeless people, they don't know if that was a man or woman in uniform previously. They should not be invisible. They cannot be ignored. — Max Martini
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Becky Freeman: Have you ever noticed how a man orders food at a fast-food drive-through window? ... Have you ever noticed how a man orders food at a fast-food drive-through window? ... men have an innate desire to be cute while placing their order through the drive-through microphone. It's as if they believe the invisible mike on the plastic menu screen is actually connected to a standup comedy stage somewhere in the recesses of the restaurant. — Becky Freeman
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: See yonder thin column of smoke curling up through the woods from some invisible farmhouse, See yonder thin column of smoke curling up through the woods from some invisible farmhouse, the standard raised over some rural homestead ... It is a hieroglyphic of man's life, and suggests more intimate and important things than the boiling of a pot. Where its fine column rises above the forest, like an ensign, some human life has planted itself,
and such is the beginning of Rome, the establishment of the arts, and the foundation of empires, whether on the prairies of America or the steppes of Asia. — Henry David Thoreau
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Paul Auster: But for a man to die of no apparent cause, for a man to die But for a man to die of no apparent cause, for a man to die simply because he is a man, brings us so close to the invisible boundary between life and death that we no longer know which side we are on. Life becomes death, and it is as if this death has owned this life all along. — Paul Auster
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Carlos Castaneda: For an instant I think I saw. I saw the loneliness of man as a For an instant I think I saw. I saw the loneliness of man as a gigantic wave which had been frozen in front of me, held back by the invisible wall of a metaphor. — Carlos Castaneda
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Victor LaValle: One of the most widely read novels by a black American is Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible One of the most widely read novels by a black American is Ralph Ellison's 'Invisible Man.' It is his masterwork - it won the National Book Award in 1953 and catapulted my man to the highest levels of literary esteem. — Victor LaValle
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Anthony Marra: This changed when Khassan joined them, once every few months, as the invisible structure built This changed when Khassan joined them, once every few months, as the invisible structure built between them failed to support the weight of another man. p 140 — Anthony Marra
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Sam Harris: Tell a devout Christian that his wife is cheating on him, or that frozen yogurt Tell a devout Christian that his wife is cheating on him, or that frozen yogurt can make a man invisible, and he is likely to require as much evidence as anyone else, and to be persuaded only to the extent that you give it. Tell him that the book he keeps by his bed was written by an invisible deity who will punish him with fire for eternity if he fails to accept its every incredible claim about the universe, and he seems to require no evidence what so ever. — Sam Harris
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Wayne Dyer: St John of the Cross told us that if a man wishes to be sure St John of the Cross told us that if a man wishes to be sure of the road he treads on, he must close his eyes and walk in the dark. I interpret that as a direction for us to trust in the guidance we receive from our invisible self. — Wayne Dyer
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By George Carlin: Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man living in the sky who Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things, he has a special place, full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish, where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever 'til the end of time!
But He loves you. He loves you, and He needs money! He always needs money! He's all-powerful, all-perfect, all-knowing, and all-wise, somehow just can't handle money! — George Carlin
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Anne Hutchinson: But now having seen him which is invisible I fear not what man can do But now having seen him which is invisible I fear not what man can do unto me. — Anne Hutchinson
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Maureen Johnson: Charlotte had been beaten over the head with a lamp by an invisible man. I Charlotte had been beaten over the head with a lamp by an invisible man. I was prepared to give her a pass. — Maureen Johnson
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ralph Ellison: I can hear you say, "What a horrible, irresponsible bastard!" And you're right. I leap I can hear you say, "What a horrible, irresponsible bastard!" And you're right. I leap to agree with you. I am one of the most irresponsible beings that ever lived. Irresponsibility is part of my invisibility; any way you face it, it is a denial. But to whom can I be responsible, and why should I be, when you refuse to see me? And wait until I reveal how truly irresponsible I am. Responsibility rests upon recognition, and recognition is a form of agreement. — Ralph Ellison
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Revolving slowly as if suspended by an invisible rope, and reflected in the mirror and Revolving slowly as if suspended by an invisible rope, and reflected in the mirror and in the bare, polished surface of the table below. None of the people seated underneath this singular sight was looking at it except for a pale young man sitting almost directly — J.K. Rowling
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Michael Bassey Johnson: To all ladies who like offering sex to a man in the first few weeks To all ladies who like offering sex to a man in the first few weeks of dating, this is what happens: Once he penetrates you, he will start seeing invisible spots on your face, which means that the honor and respect is gone! And now he would be targeting another cheap meat, and if he can buy it, then he concludes that all women are whore. If he continues to exploit women, then your name will be among the list of his thousand of whores. — Michael Bassey Johnson
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By H. P. Blavatsky: The world is not prepared yet to understand the philosophy of Occult Sciences - let The world is not prepared yet to understand the philosophy of Occult Sciences - let them assure themselves first of all that there are beings in an invisible world, whether 'Spirits' of the dead or Elementals; and that there are hidden powers in man, which are capable of making a God of him on earth. — H. P. Blavatsky
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Milton: Neither man nor angel can discern hypocrisy, the only evil that walks invisible except to Neither man nor angel can discern hypocrisy, the only evil that walks invisible except to God alone. — John Milton
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ralph Ellison: Then too, you're constantly being bumped against by those of poor vision. Or again, you Then too, you're constantly being bumped against by those of poor vision. Or again, you doubt if you really exist. You wonder whether you aren't simply a phantom in other people's minds. Say, a figure in a nightmare which the sleeper tries with all his strength to destroy. — Ralph Ellison
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: Interest works night and day in fair weather and in foul. It gnaws at a Interest works night and day in fair weather and in foul. It gnaws at a man's substance with invisible teeth. — Henry Ward Beecher
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Saint Basil: To Whom does our God say, 'in our image' (Gen. 1:26), to whom if it To Whom does our God say, 'in our image' (Gen. 1:26), to whom if it is not to Him who is 'the brightness of His glory and the express image of His Person' (Heb. 1:3), 'the image of the invisible God' (Col. 1:15)? It is then to His living image, to Him Who has said 'I and My Father are one' (Jn. 10:30), 'He who has seen Me has seen the Father' (Jn. 14:9), that God says, 'Let us make man in our image'. — Saint Basil
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Sivananda: Man is a bridge between the two worlds - the visible and the invisible. Man is a bridge between the two worlds - the visible and the invisible. — Sivananda
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By James J. Caterino: The James Bond movies and the comic books had it all wrong. You did not The James Bond movies and the comic books had it all wrong. You did not need elaborate contraptions, complicated plans, and futuristic doomsday weapons to wipe out of all of humankind. All you needed was a fully realized vision and an intense focus. All you needed to do is give a little push to what was already happening; what was inevitable.
All you had to do is get one group of people who believe in an invisible man in the sky to get really pissed off at another group of people who believe in a slightly different version of the same invisible man in the sky. — James J. Caterino
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By George Eliot: Man finds his pathways: at first they were foot-tracks, as those of the beast in Man finds his pathways: at first they were foot-tracks, as those of the beast in the wilderness; now they are swift and invisible: his thought dives through the ocean, and his wishes thread the air: has he found all the pathways yet? What reaches him, stays with him, rules him: he must accept it, not knowing its pathway. — George Eliot
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By George Carlin: Religion has convinced people that there's an invisible man ... living in the sky. Who Religion has convinced people that there's an invisible man ... living in the sky. Who watches everything you do every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a list of ten specific things he doesn't want you to do. And if you do any of these things, he will send you to a special place, of burning and fire and smoke and torture and anguish for you to live forever, and suffer, and suffer, and burn, and scream, until the end of time. But he loves you. He loves you. He loves you and he needs money. — George Carlin
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: That state of mind in which a man is impressed with invisible things is faith. That state of mind in which a man is impressed with invisible things is faith. — Henry Ward Beecher
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Frank Pittman: As a guy develops and practices his masculinity, he is accompanied by an invisible male As a guy develops and practices his masculinity, he is accompanied by an invisible male chorus of all the other guys, who hiss orcheer as he attempts to approximate the masculine ideal, who push him to sacrifice more of his humanity for the sake of his masculinity, and who ridicule him when he holds back. The chorus is made up of all the guy's comrades and rivals, his buddies and bosses, his male ancestors and his male cultural heroes
and above all, his father, who may have been a real person in his life, or may have existed only as the myth of the man who got away. — Frank Pittman
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Brad Pitt: Man, when I'm riding with the helmet on, I'm invisible. And people just deal with Man, when I'm riding with the helmet on, I'm invisible. And people just deal with me as the guy on the bike ... it gives you a chance to read 'em. — Brad Pitt
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Edward Bernays: The systematic study of mass psychology revealed to students the potentialities of invisible government of The systematic study of mass psychology revealed to students the potentialities of invisible government of society by manipulation of the motives which actuate man in the group. — Edward Bernays
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Zhuangzi: Heaven does nothing: its non-doing is its serenity. Earth does nothing: its non-doing is its Heaven does nothing: its non-doing is its serenity. Earth does nothing: its non-doing is its rest. From the union of these two non-doings All actions proceed. All things are made. How vast, how invisible This coming-to-be! All things come from nowhere! How vast, how invisible No way to explain it! All beings in their perfection Are born of non-doing. Hence it is said: Heaven and earth do nothing Yet there is nothing they do not do. Where is the man who can attain To this non-doing? — Zhuangzi
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Deborah Mitchell: If you only behave because an invisible man in the sky is watching, then you If you only behave because an invisible man in the sky is watching, then you don't own your own moral structure. Your moral framework is based outside yourself, separate from your reasoning. — Deborah Mitchell
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Lewis Spence: Some discussion of the nature and temperament of the fairies is necessary in view of Some discussion of the nature and temperament of the fairies is necessary in view of its possible bearing on their origin. J. G. Campbell tells us that in the Highlands of Scotland they were regarded as "the counterparts of mankind, but substantial and unreal, outwardly invisible." They differ from mortals in the possession of magical power, but are strangely dependent in many ways on man. They are generally considered by the folk at large as of a nature between spirits and men. "They are," says Wentz, "a distinct race between our own and that of spirits. — Lewis Spence
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By David Bentley Hart: A straw man can be a very convenient property, after all. I can see why A straw man can be a very convenient property, after all. I can see why a plenteously contented, drowsily complacent, temperamentally incurious atheist might find it comforting - even a little luxurious - to imagine that belief in God is no more than belief in some magical invisible friend who lives beyond the clouds, or in some ghostly cosmic mechanic invoked to explain gaps in current scientific knowledge. — David Bentley Hart
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Alexis Lykiard: The name Maldoror, suggesting as it does evil, gold, horror, dawn, sadness etc., seems a The name Maldoror, suggesting as it does evil, gold, horror, dawn, sadness etc., seems a curious hybrid, but on reading the work its full title, Les Chants de Maldoror par Le Comte de Lautreamont, seems to contain & imply the constant switches in narrative emphasis-the self as a game (je-jeu) & the author as observer, participant & invisible man-as well as being an inevitable & accurate condensation of, or hint at, the contents. — Alexis Lykiard
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: The mystery of creativeness is surrounded with awe. A special reverence does envelop the power The mystery of creativeness is surrounded with awe. A special reverence does envelop the power to be co-creators with God in the making of human life. It is this hidden element that in a special way belongs to God, as does the grace of God in the sacraments. Those who speak of sex alone concentrate on the physical or visible element, forgetting the spiritual or invisible mystery of creativeness. Humans in the sacraments supply the act, the bread, the water, and the words; God supplies the grace, the mystery. In the sacred act of creating life, man and woman supply the unity of the flesh; God supplies the soul and the mystery. Such is the mystery of sex. — Fulton J. Sheen
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Owen: The beauty of the person of Christ, as represented in the Scripture, consists in things The beauty of the person of Christ, as represented in the Scripture, consists in things invisible unto the eyes of flesh. They are such as no hand of man can represent or shadow. It is the eye of faith alone that can see this King in his beauty. What else can contemplate on the untreated glories of his divine nature? Can the hand of man represent the union of his natures in the same person, wherein he is peculiarly amiable? What eye can discern the mutual communications of the properties of his different natures in the same person? — John Owen
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By E. Lockhart: Invisible Man. A Passage to India. The Magnificent Ambersons. Invisible Man. A Passage to India. The Magnificent Ambersons. — E. Lockhart
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By C.S. Lewis: We are arguing like a man who should say, if there were an invisible cat We are arguing like a man who should say, if there were an invisible cat in that empty chair, the chair would look empty; but the chair does look empty; therefore there is an invisible cat in it. — C.S. Lewis
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Johanna Sinisalo: It is said, once a wise man from the far North told me; it is It is said, once a wise man from the far North told me; it is said that there are in certain parts of Scandinavia cities within cities like there are circles within circles; existent yet invisible. And those cities are inhabited by creatures more terrible than imagination can create : man-shaped but man-devouring, as black and as silent as the night they prowl in. — Johanna Sinisalo
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Salvador Espriu: TreeI dreamt you invisible majestyhovering above the face of all things.Rooted in the pain of Tree

I dreamt you invisible majesty
hovering above the face of all things.
Rooted in the pain of ash,
mere man, I bore you, sepulchre,
dead father, silently, within,
called out to you the windswept words
of lost millennia, words that kindle rage.
You never answered me. You left me
fearing night, hidden fire, leaping flame,
tree God in the night. — Salvador Espriu
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By William Barclay: True worship is when the spirit, the immortal and invisible part of man, speaks to True worship is when the spirit, the immortal and invisible part of man, speaks to and meets with God, who is immortal and invisible. — William Barclay
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Machado De Assis: A man's eye serves as a photography to the invisible, as well as his ear A man's eye serves as a photography to the invisible, as well as his ear serves as echo to the silence. — Machado De Assis
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Paul Auster: We are left with nothing but death, the irreducible fact of our own mortality. Death We are left with nothing but death, the irreducible fact of our own mortality. Death after a long illness we can accept with resignation. Even accidental death we can ascribe to fate. But for a man to die of no apparent cause, for a man to die simply because he is a man, brings us so close to the invisible boundary between life and death that we no longer know which side we are on. Life becomes death, and it is as if this death has owned this life all along. Death without warning. Which is to say: life stops. And it can stop at any moment. — Paul Auster
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: I should say that there ought to be no war except religious war. If war I should say that there ought to be no war except religious war. If war is irreligious, it is immoral. No man ought ever to fight at all unless he is prepared to put his quarrel before that invisible Court of Arbitration with which all religion is concerned. Unless he thinks he is vitally, eternally, cosmically in the right, he is wrong to fire off a pocket-pistol. — G.K. Chesterton
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Felix D'Herelle: On opening the incubator I experienced one of those rare moments of intense emotion which On opening the incubator I experienced one of those rare moments of intense emotion which reward the research worker for all his pains: at first glance I saw that the broth culture, which the night before had been very turbid was perfectly clear: all the bacteria had vanished ... as for my agar spread it was devoid of all growth and what caused my emotion was that in a flash I understood: what causes my spots was in fact an invisible microbe, a filterable virus, but a virus parasitic on bacteria. Another thought came to me also, If this is true, the same thing will have probably occurred in the sick man. In his intestine, as in my test-tube, the dysentery bacilli will have dissolved away under the action of their parasite. He should now be cured. — Felix D'Herelle
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Katie Kitamura: I returned to the waiting area. For the first time, I was conscious of being I returned to the waiting area. For the first time, I was conscious of being widowed, of lacking the prosecution of a man, it was an entirely atavistic sensation. Here in the lobby of this police station in Greece, I suddenly felt extraneous to the workings of the world, which is to say the world of men, I had grown invisible, standing at the threshold of that door. — Katie Kitamura
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Seraphim Rose: The physical world is morally neutral and may be known relatively well by an objective The physical world is morally neutral and may be known relatively well by an objective observer; but the invisible spiritual realm comprises beings both good and evil, and the "objective" observer has no means of distinguishing one from the other unless he accepts the revelation which the invisible God has made of them to man. — Seraphim Rose
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Nancy Kress: The strings in her mind grew flatter, calmer. The shapes in the hologrid had changed. The strings in her mind grew flatter, calmer. The shapes in the hologrid had changed. She heard the man's words, and yet she didn't; the words were not what was really important. And wasn't that right? Words had never been important, only strings, and the strings had shapes like - but not like -the ones around the man. Only the man had disappeared, too, and that was alright, because she, Miri, Miranda Serena Sharifi, was disappearing, was sliding down a steep long chute and each meter she traveled she became smaller and smaller until she had disappeared and was invisible, a weightless transparent ghost that neither twitched nor stammered, in the corner of a room she had never seen before. — Nancy Kress
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Wesley: [H]is heart is ever lifted up to God at all times and in all places. [H]is heart is ever lifted up to God at all times and in all places. In this he is
never hindered, much less interrupted, by any person or thing. In retirement
or company, in leisure, business, or conversation, his heart is ever with the
Lord. Whether he lie down or rise up, God is in all his thoughts; he walks
with God continually, having the loving eye of his mind still fixed upon Him,
and everywhere "seeing him that is invisible."7 — John Wesley
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Pope Benedict XVI: ...when today as believers in our age we hear it said, a little enviously perhaps, ...when today as believers in our age we hear it said, a little enviously perhaps, that in the Middle Ages everyone without exception in our lands was a believer, it is a good thing to cast a glance behind the scenes, as we can today, thanks to historical research. This will tell us that even in those days there was the great mass of nominal believers and a relatively small number of people who had really entered into the inner movement of belief. It will show us that for many belief was only a ready-made mode of life, by which for them the exciting adventure really signified by the word credo was at least as much concealed as disclosed. This is simply because there is an infinite gulf between God and man; because man is fashioned in such a way that his eyes are only capable of seeing what is not God, and thus for man God is and always will be the essentially invisible, something lying outside his field of vision. ... — Pope Benedict XVI
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Patrick Ness: The Third TaleThere was once an invisible man who had grown tired of being unseen. The Third Tale
There was once an invisible man who had grown tired of being unseen. It was not that he was actually invisible. It was that people had become used to not seeing him. And if no one sees you, are you really there at all? And then one day the invisible man decided, I will make them see me. He called for a monster. — Patrick Ness
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By William Shakespeare: Speed. O jest unseen, inscrutable, invisible,As a nose on a man's face, or a weathercock Speed. O jest unseen, inscrutable, invisible,
As a nose on a man's face, or a weathercock on a steeple!
My master sues to her, and she hath taught her suitor,
He being her pupil, to become her tutor.
O excellent device! was there ever heard a better,
That my master, being scribe, to himself should write the letter?
Valentine. How now, sir? what are you reasoning with yourself?
Speed. Nay, I was rhyming: 'tis you that have the reason. — William Shakespeare
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Frank Herbert: When he wanted, he could radiate charm and sincerity, but I often wonder in these When he wanted, he could radiate charm and sincerity, but I often wonder in these later days if anything about him was as it seemed. I think now he was a man fighting constantly to escape the bars of an invisible cage. — Frank Herbert
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Julie James: Oh God, that hurts," she whimpered."What hurts?" Kye asked, sounding concerned. "The invisible man pounding Oh God, that hurts," she whimpered.
"What hurts?" Kye asked, sounding concerned.
"The invisible man pounding spikes into my head."
"That doesn't sound good. Maybe you should take out an invisible Taser gun and zap the son of a bitch. — Julie James
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: [L]earn how to distinguish the king from royalty; the king is but a man; royalty [L]earn how to distinguish the king from royalty; the king is but a man; royalty is the gift of God. Whenever you hesitate as to whom you ought to serve, abandon the exterior, the material for the invisible principle, for the invisible principle is everything. — Alexandre Dumas
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By George Carlin: Tell people there's an invisible man in the sky who created the universe, and the Tell people there's an invisible man in the sky who created the universe, and the vast majority will believe you. Tell them the paint is wet, and they have to touch it to be sure. — George Carlin
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Thomas Merton: The wise man, then, when he must govern, knows how to do nothing. Letting things The wise man, then, when he must govern, knows how to do nothing. Letting things alone, he rests in his original nature. He who will govern will respect the governed no more than he respects himself. If he loves his own person enough to let it rest in its original truth, he will govern others without hurting them. Let him keep the deep drives in his own guts from going into action. Let him keep still, not looking, not hearing. Let him sit like a corpse, with the dragon power alive all around him. In complete silence, his voice will be like thunder. His movements will be invisible, like those of a spirit, but the powers of heaven will go with them. Unconcerned, doing nothing, he will see all things grow ripe around him. Where will he find time to govern? — Thomas Merton
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Ignatius Bryanchaninov: Prayer by its nature is communion and union of man with God; by its action Prayer by its nature is communion and union of man with God; by its action it is the reconciliation of man with God, the mother and daughter of tears, a bridge for crossing temptations, a wall of protection from afflictions, a crushing of conflicts, boundless activity, the spring of virtues, the source of spiritual gifts, invisible progress, food of the soul, the enlightening of the mind, an axe for despair, a demonstration of hope, release from sorrow, the wealth of monks. — Ignatius Bryanchaninov
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Adam Clarke: And hence he must be invisible; for a spirit cannot be seen by the eye And hence he must be invisible; for a spirit cannot be seen by the eye of man: nor is there any thing in this principle contradictory to reason or experience. — Adam Clarke
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Jill Lepore: At Universal Studios, Marston had a hand in films like Show Boat, in 1929. He At Universal Studios, Marston had a hand in films like Show Boat, in 1929. He also helped get films past the censors, including All Quiet on the Western Front, in 1930. When Carl Laemmle's son, Junior Laemmle, took over Universal, he turned it into a specialty shop for horror films: Marston's theory of emotions lies behind the particular brand of psychological terror in Laemmle's Frankenstein (1931), Dracula (1931), and The Invisible Man (1933). Before Marston left Hollywood, he also worked for Paramount. For Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), he tested audience reaction by strapping viewers to blood pressure cuffs while they watched the rushes.30 — Jill Lepore
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Edmundo Desnoes: Photography has fooled the world. There's no more convincing fraud. Its images are nothing but Photography has fooled the world. There's no more convincing fraud. Its images are nothing but the expression of the invisible man working behind the camera. They are not reality, they form part of the language of culture. — Edmundo Desnoes
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: I heard the man and woman cry a warning as I frantically racked my brain I heard the man and woman cry a warning as I frantically racked my brain for some sort of throat-repairing spell, which I was clearly about to need. Of course the only words that I actually managed to yell at the werewolf as he ran at me were, 'BAD DOG!'
Then, out of the corner of my eye, I caught a flash of blue light on my left. Suddenly, the werewolf seemed to smack into an invisible wall just inches in front of me ...
"You know," someone said off to my left, "I usually find a blocking spell to be a lot more effective than yelling 'Bad dog,' but maybe that's just me. — Rachel Hawkins
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Micalea Smeltzer: Yes!" she said raising her arms in the air. "Finally! I get to meet the Yes!" she said raising her arms in the air. "Finally! I get to meet the invisible man!"
"He's not invisible," I said sitting on the edge of her desk.
"Oh please," she said. "I've never seen him. Except maybe in a magazine advertising crazy people, or maybe it was rich people? I get the two mixed up."

Lyndi and Sloane — Micalea Smeltzer
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: No Daimon gets out of here alive. (They hit the invisible wall and rebounded off No Daimon gets out of here alive. (They hit the invisible wall and rebounded off it.) Man. It really makes you feel for the bug on the windshield, doesn't it? (Acheron) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Thomas Merton: The man who fears to be alone will never be anything but lonely, no matter The man who fears to be alone will never be anything but lonely, no matter how much he may surround himself with people. But the man who learns, in solitude and recollection, to be at peace with his own loneliness, and to prefer its reality to the illusion of merely natural companionship, comes to know the invisible companionship of God. Such a one is alone with God in all places, and he alone truly enjoys the companionship of other men, because he loves them in God in Whom their presence is not tiresome, and because of Whom his own love for them can never know satiety. — Thomas Merton
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: At some signal, floodlights around the lip of the crater were switched on, and the At some signal, floodlights around the lip of the crater were switched on, and the bright earthlight was obliterated by a far more brilliant glare. In the lunar vacuum the beams were, of course, completely invisible; they formed overlapping ellipses of blinding white, centered on the monolith. And where they touched it, its ebon surface seemed to swallow them. Pandora's box, thought Floyd, with a sudden sense of foreboding - waiting to be opened by inquisitive Man. And what will he find inside? — Arthur C. Clarke
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Timothy Keller: C. S. Lewis argues that it takes a community of people to get to know C. S. Lewis argues that it takes a community of people to get to know an individual person. Reflecting on his own friendships, he observed that some aspects of one of his friend's personality were brought out only through interaction with a second friend. That meant if he lost the second friend, he lost the part of his first friend that was otherwise invisible. "By myself I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity; I want other lights than my own to show all his facets."221 If it takes a community to know an ordinary human being, how much more necessary would it be to get to know Jesus alongside others? By praying with friends, you will be able to hear and see facets of Jesus that you have not yet perceived. — Timothy Keller
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By John Dolan: Some of the streets are, however, genuinely narrow. These same streets may not be filled Some of the streets are, however, genuinely narrow. These same streets may not be filled with machine-gun fire and the dramatic screech of violins, but they overflow with the invisible and innumerable longings of the human heart. Love continues to minister here, but betrayal still wears its perfidious face, hatred hollows out the weak man's breast, revenge pursues its self-defeating course; and the unfulfilled dreams of the multitude haunt the island like so many hungry ghosts. — John Dolan
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Johann Kaspar Lavater: Man is forever the same; the same under every form, in all situations and relations Man is forever the same; the same under every form, in all situations and relations that admit of free and unrestrained exertion. The same regard which you have for yourself, you have for others, for nature, for the invisible ... which you call God. — Johann Kaspar Lavater
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Eleanor Catton: Own reputation, by associating himself with a story of cuckoldry, blackmail, murder, and revenge, and Own reputation, by associating himself with a story of cuckoldry, blackmail, murder, and revenge, and nor did he spare a thought for how Balfour might be recompensed. He felt only relief. An invisible order had been restored: the same kind of order that ensured his boiled egg was ready every morning, and the dishes cleared away. He plumped the knot of his necktie with his fingers, and rose from the table as a man refreshed. — Eleanor Catton
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: Legend claimed Berserkers could move with such speed that they seemed invisible to the human Legend claimed Berserkers could move with such speed that they seemed invisible to the human eye until the moment they attacked. They possessed unnatural senses: the olfactory acuity of a wolf, the auditory sensitivity of a bat, the strength of twenty men, the penetrating eyesight of an eagle. The Berserkers had once been the most fearless and feared warriors ever to walk Scotland nearly seven hundred years ago. They had been Odin's elite Viking army. Legend claimed they could assume the shape of a wolf or a bear as easily as the shape of a man. And they were marked by a common feature-unholy blue eyes that glowed like banked coals. — Karen Marie Moning
Invisible Man Invisible Sayings By Lion Feuchtwanger: The word and the image mutually excluded each other. Joseph was a literary man to The word and the image mutually excluded each other. Joseph was a literary man to his very marrow; he put faith in the invisible Word; it was the most miraculous thing in all the world; though without form it had more power than anything endowed with form — Lion Feuchtwanger