Monks Silence Famous Quotes & Sayings

12 Monks Silence Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Hauk laughed unexpectedly. "You know, Ryn, I keep thinking back to what my father used to say to me. There are two kinds of people in this world. Those like my mother who can walk into the most backwater dive hole with the worst riffraff in the universe and in ten minutes, she'll have them baking cookies and singing love songs together. Then you have those like my father. The kind of man who could walk into an antiwar monastery and in ten minutes have the monks at each other's throats." - Dancer HaukSherrilyn Kenyon Monks Silence Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Hauk laughed unexpectedly. "You know, Ryn, I keep thinking back to what my father used
Learning the value of silence is learning to listen to, instead of screaming at, realityMonks Of New Skete Monks Silence Sayings By Monks Of New Skete: Learning the value of silence is learning to listen to, instead of screaming at, reality
People point less often to these monks, and even pass them over in silence, and how surprised they would be if I were to say that from these meek ones, thirsting for solitary prayer, will perhaps come once again the salvation of the Russian land! For truly they are made ready in peace "for the day and the hour, and the month and the year."1Fyodor Dostoyevsky Monks Silence Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: People point less often to these monks, and even pass them over in silence, and
(Speaking of the Cistercian monks) A grim fraternity, passing grim lives in that sweet spot, that God had made so bright! Strange that Nature's voices all around them
the soft singing of the waters, the wisperings of the river grass, the music of the rushing wind
should not have taught them a truer meaning of life than this. They listened there, through the long days, in silence, waiting for a voice from heaven; and all day long and through the solemn night it spoke to them in myriad tones, and they heard it not.
Jerome K. Jerome Monks Silence Sayings By Jerome K. Jerome: (Speaking of the Cistercian monks) A grim fraternity, passing grim lives in that sweet spot,
The ambiance of solitude, the absence of any disturbing noise and of worldly desires and images, the quiet and calm attention of the mind to God, helped by prayer and leisurely reading, flow into that "quies" or "rest" of the soul in God. A simple and joyful rest, full of God, that leads the monk to feel, in some way, the beauty of eternal life.Carthusian Monks Monks Silence Sayings By Carthusian Monks: The ambiance of solitude, the absence of any disturbing noise and of worldly desires and
The au pair was bug-eyed. "What happened back there?"
"It's not our fault!" Dan babbled. "Those guys are crazy! They're like mini-Darth Vaders without the mask!"
"They're Benedictine monks!" Nellie exclaimed. "They're men of peace! Most of them are under vows of silence!"
"Yeah, well, not anymore," Dan told her. "They cursed us out pretty good. I don't know the language, but some things you don't have to translate.
Gordon Korman Monks Silence Sayings By Gordon Korman: The au pair was bug-eyed. "What happened back there?""It's not our fault!" Dan babbled. "Those
Darkness is a kind of visual silence, and monks love it.Matthew Kelty Monks Silence Sayings By Matthew Kelty: Darkness is a kind of visual silence, and monks love it.
You haven't partied until you've partied at dawn in complete silence with Buddhist monks.Cameron Diaz Monks Silence Sayings By Cameron Diaz: You haven't partied until you've partied at dawn in complete silence with Buddhist monks.
With experience as their guiding light, Christian monks and nuns could, for example, come together with Sufis and Yogis to pray and meditate, then discuss their experiences by talking about how silence and inner peace have changed their lives, instead of talking about the content of their prayers or focusing on theology. Hindus, Christians, and Muslims, who tread the path of goodness, could come together and do good works. Doing good side by side would show them that they are not as different as previously thought and that their various beliefs can lead to similar outcomes.Gudjon Bergmann Monks Silence Sayings By Gudjon Bergmann: With experience as their guiding light, Christian monks and nuns could, for example, come together
We can't stand it, to be alone. We cannot bear it, any more than the monks of old could bear it, men who though they had renounced all else for Christ's sake, nevertheless came together in congregations to be with one another, even as they enforced upon themselves the harsh rules of single solitary cells and unbroken silence. They couldn't bear to be alone.
We are too much men and women; we are yet formed in the image of the Creater, and what can we say of Him with any certainty except that He, whoever He may be
Christ, Yahweh, Allah
He made us, did He not, because even He in His Infinite Perfection could not bear to be alone.
Anne Rice Monks Silence Sayings By Anne Rice: We can't stand it, to be alone. We cannot bear it, any more than the
There, I said to myself, are the reasons for the silence and darkness that surround the library: it is the preserve of learning but can maintain this learning unsullied only if it prevents its reaching anyone at all, even the monks themselves. Learning is not like a coin, which remains whole even through the most infamous transactions; it is, rather, like a very handsome dress, which is worn out through use and ostentation. Is not a book like that, in fact?Umberto Eco Monks Silence Sayings By Umberto Eco: There, I said to myself, are the reasons for the silence and darkness that surround
It was monks who first taught the art of reading in silence. During the Dark Ages. Augustine, perhaps, was first. And silence was a tongue Elena understood. Silence was her idiom for support and caring. Silence was permissive and contemplative and nonconfrontational and there was melody to it. It was both earth and ether.Rick Moody Monks Silence Sayings By Rick Moody: It was monks who first taught the art of reading in silence. During the Dark