Mother Nature Power Famous Quotes & Sayings

26 Mother Nature Power Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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So immense are the claims on a mother, physical claims on her bodily and brain vigor, and moral claims on her heart and thoughts, that she cannot ... meet them all and find any large margin beyond for other cares and work. She serves the community in the very best and highest way it is possible to do, by giving birth to healthy children, whose physical strength has not been defrauded, and to whose moral and mental nature she can give the whole of her thoughts.Frances Power Cobbe Mother Nature Power Sayings By Frances Power Cobbe: So immense are the claims on a mother, physical claims on her bodily and brain
I felt compassion for the poor people who were taken in by [supernatural] follies. And now I think that I was at least as much to be pitied myself. Not that experience has since shown me anything surpassing my first beliefs, and that through no fault of my curiosity; but reason has taught me to condemn a thing thus, dogmatically, as false and impossible, is to assume the distinction of knowing the bounds and limits of God's will and of the power of our mother Nature; and that there is no more notable folly in the world than to measure these things by our capacity and competence. If we call prodigies or miracles whatever our reason cannot reach, how many of these appear continually before our eyes! Let us consider through what clouds and how gropingly we are led to the knowledge of most of the things that are right in our hands; assuredly we shall find that it is rather familiarity than knowledge that takes away their strangeness.Michel De Montaigne Mother Nature Power Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: I felt compassion for the poor people who were taken in by [supernatural] follies. And
My mother said the bizarre name Raccoona had surely been inspired, at least on a subliminal level, by the masks raccoons don't wear but simply have - the ones given them by nature ... [S]he pointed out that Le Guin had suspected all along that Raccoona and Tiptree were two authors that came from the same source, but in a letter to Alice she wrote that she preferred Tiptree to Raccoona: 'Raccoona, I think, has less control, thus less wit and power.'
Le Guin, Mother said, had understood something deep. 'When you take on a male persona, something happens.'
When I asked her what that was, she sat back in her chair, waved her arm, and smiled. 'You get to be the father.
Siri Hustvedt Mother Nature Power Sayings By Siri Hustvedt: My mother said the bizarre name Raccoona had surely been inspired, at least on a
Because life is robust,
Because life is bigger than equations, stronger than money, stronger than guns and poison and bad zoning policy, stronger than capitalism,
Because Mother Nature bats last, and Mother Ocean is strong, and we live inside our mothers forever, and Life is tenacious and you can never kill it, you can never buy it,
So Life is going to dive down into your dark pools, Life is going to explode the enclosures and bring back the commons,
O you dark pools of money and law and quantitudinal stupidity, you oversimple algorithms of greed, you desperate simpletons hoping for a story you can understand,
Hoping for safety, hoping for cessation of uncertainty, hoping for ownership of volatility, O you poor fearful jerks,
Life! Life! Life! Life is going to kick your ass.
Kim Stanley Robinson Mother Nature Power Sayings By Kim Stanley Robinson: Because life is robust,Because life is bigger than equations, stronger than money, stronger than guns
I wonder now about Demeter and Persephone. Maybe Persephone was glad to run off with the king of death to his underground realm, maybe it was the only way she could break away from her mother, maybe Demeter was a bad parent the way Lear was a bad parent, denying nature, including the nature of children to leave their parents. Maybe Persephone thought Hades was the infinitely cool older man who held the knowledge she sought, maybe she loved the darkness, the six months of winter, the sharp taste of pomegranates, the freedom from her mother, maybe she knew that to be truly alive death had to be part of the picture just as winter must. It was as the queen of hell that she became an adult and came into power. Hades's realm is called the underworld, and so are the urban realms of everything outside the law. And as in Hopi creation myths, where humans and other beings emerge from underground, so it's from the underground that culture emerges in this civilization.Rebecca Solnit Mother Nature Power Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: I wonder now about Demeter and Persephone. Maybe Persephone was glad to run off with
Gods are boring creatures, Bet. Most are nosthing more than spoiled children with powers they never hesitate to use against those weaker. And while your father can be juvenile at times, there is a danger to him. He understands his power ans he's fierce with it. More than that, he doesn't prey on those weaker, he only attacks those who are stronger/ That was what dreq me to him and why i agreed tp be the mother of his daugher. His strength, and the fact that he never once did he use it against me. Your father is like having a lion for a pet. You know that it's a creature of utter and supreme violence whose mere nature and talent is murder, and yet it lies down at your side and purrs for your touch alone. There is nothing more titillating.
But more than that was hpw you father made me feel. He awoke something inside me that had never lived before. He breathed life into my soul and I was a better person for having known him
Sherrilyn Kenyon Mother Nature Power Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Gods are boring creatures, Bet. Most are nosthing more than spoiled children with powers they
There is a power in nature that man has ignored. And the result has been heartache and pain.Anasazi Foundation Mother Nature Power Sayings By Anasazi Foundation: There is a power in nature that man has ignored. And the result has been
Shakespeare possesses the power of subordinating nature for the purposes of expression, beyond all poets. His imperial muse tosses the creation like a bauble from hand to hand, and uses it to embody any caprice of thought that is uppermost in his mind. The remotest spaces of nature are visited, and the farthest sundered things are brought together, by subtle spiritual connection. We are made aware that magnitude of material things is relative, and all objects shrink and expand to serve the passion of the poet.Ralph Waldo Emerson Mother Nature Power Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Shakespeare possesses the power of subordinating nature for the purposes of expression, beyond all poets.
Society tried to teach me that children are by nature selfish, out-of-control, and demanding, that their goal is power and that they are always trying to see how much they can get away with, that you can't let children manipulate you or become too dependant, and that disobedience equals disrespect. As a mother, I have come to believe strongly that my child's primary goals are having his needs met, feeling connected to others, and feeling self-worth. His misbehavior is an attempt to get a need met or to feel significance and connection, done in an appropriate way ... my job as a parent is to help my child identify and meet those needs in appropriate ways. - Lisa S.Hilary Flower Mother Nature Power Sayings By Hilary Flower: Society tried to teach me that children are by nature selfish, out-of-control, and demanding, that
You are the heirs of infinite love and light. Come out my friend. Come out from the narrow lanes of darkness. Come out into the vivacious light of the day where all the glory resides. Come out, O lions, and shake off the ancient mysticism and prejudices. You are the most fascinating expression of Mother Nature. Your soul is the expression of the whole Universe. All the power in the universe is born with you in your biology. Recognize them, realize them and ultimately utilize them in the pursuit of spreading love, harmony and peace.Abhijit Naskar Mother Nature Power Sayings By Abhijit Naskar: You are the heirs of infinite love and light. Come out my friend. Come out
Speak truth and believe in the power of truth, the more you will believe in yourself, the more you will see the beauty of nature and mother earth.Santosh Kalwar Mother Nature Power Sayings By Santosh Kalwar: Speak truth and believe in the power of truth, the more you will believe in
Don't believe the dark whisperings that invite you to walk backward. At any time in your life, you have the power to turn forward.Anasazi Foundation Mother Nature Power Sayings By Anasazi Foundation: Don't believe the dark whisperings that invite you to walk backward. At any time in
A strange mystery it is that Nature, omnipotent but blind, in the revolutions of her secular hurryings through the abysses of space, has brought forth at last a child subject still to her power but gifted with sight, with knowledge of good and evil, with the capacity of judging all the works of his unthinking mother.Bertrand Russell Mother Nature Power Sayings By Bertrand Russell: A strange mystery it is that Nature, omnipotent but blind, in the revolutions of her
As the mother of six, Karen Santorum knows the power of stories to shape and mold the nature of our children. In Everyday Graces, Karen has complied a treasure chest of tales that helps us raise the next generation of children into adults of kind compassion. Everyday Graces is a must for families that desire their children to become people of character.Janet Parshall Mother Nature Power Sayings By Janet Parshall: As the mother of six, Karen Santorum knows the power of stories to shape and
They believe civilization weakens natural selection. They do nature's work so that we do not become a soft race. The Passage, it seems, is a continuation of that policy. Only we were the tools they used. My ... victim ... was, bless his soul, a fool. He was from a family of no worth, and he had no wits, no intelligence, no ambition," he frowns at the words before sighing, "he had nothing the Board values. There is a reason he was to die."
Was there a reason Julian was to die?
Roque knows what he does because his mother is on the Board. He loathes his mother, and only then do I realize I should like him. Not only that, I take refuge in his words. He disagrees with the rules, but he follows them. It is possible. I can do the same until I have power enough to change them.
Pierce Brown Mother Nature Power Sayings By Pierce Brown: They believe civilization weakens natural selection. They do nature's work so that we do not
Mother nature has the power to please, to comfort, to calm, and to nature one's soul.Anthony Douglas Mother Nature Power Sayings By Anthony Douglas: Mother nature has the power to please, to comfort, to calm, and to nature one's
There is no conception more fallacious than the sense of cosiness implied by "Mother Nature". Each species must strive to survive, and that it will do, by every means in its power, however foul - unless the instinct to survive is weakened by conflict with another instinct.John Wyndham Mother Nature Power Sayings By John Wyndham: There is no conception more fallacious than the sense of cosiness implied by "Mother Nature".
I am Mother Nature. All of creation bows before me. When people leave their cities and learn of me - walk in my woods, bathe in my rivers, eat of my harvest - they will find healing to their souls. But stray from me and return to the supposed wisdom of men, and they will find themselves in chains once more.Seth Adam Smith Mother Nature Power Sayings By Seth Adam Smith: I am Mother Nature. All of creation bows before me. When people leave their cities
How, in such an alien and inhuman world, can so powerless a creature as man preserve his aspirations untarnished? A strange mystery it is that nature, omnipotent but blind, in the revolutions of her secular hurryings through the abysses of space, has brought forth at last a child, subject still to her power, but gifted with sight, with knowledge of good and evil, with the capacity of judging all the works of his unthinking mother. In spite of death, the mark and seal of the parental control, man is yet free, during his brief years, to examine, to criticize, to know, and in imagination to create. To him alone, in the world with which he is aquainted, this freedom belongs; and in this lies his superiority to the resistless forces that control his outward life.Bertrand Russell Mother Nature Power Sayings By Bertrand Russell: How, in such an alien and inhuman world, can so powerless a creature as man
We know great Nature's pow'r, Mother of things, whose vast unbounded sway From the deep centre all around extends Wide to the flaming barriers of the world. We feel her power; we strive not to repress (Vainly repress'd, or to deformity) Her lawful growth: ours be the task alone To check her rude excrescencies, to prune Her wanton overgrowth, and where she strays In uncouth shapes, to lead her gently back, With prudent hand, to form and better use.John Armstrong Mother Nature Power Sayings By John Armstrong: We know great Nature's pow'r, Mother of things, whose vast unbounded sway From the deep
We must believe that there are places where tranquility exists and nature is given back her power to speak...Nanette L. Avery Mother Nature Power Sayings By Nanette L. Avery: We must believe that there are places where tranquility exists and nature is given back
I feel persecuted by the power of mother nature, who dwarfs my farm with her unpredictable character. Yet I cling to a spirit of survival. I observe others, my family and neighbors, as we brace for the storm with a humbling humility.David Mas Masumoto Mother Nature Power Sayings By David Mas Masumoto: I feel persecuted by the power of mother nature, who dwarfs my farm with her
The wife carries the burden of the marriage on her shoulders," his mother said. "Her husband, herself, both of them, their covenant, and everything else that gets added over the years. And all that is very, very heavy. It is in her power to keep the marriage alive and thriving, but also to drive it to the brink of crisis and back again. For whatever reason, men have not taken this role upon themselves. Perhaps they are not capable. Now, as you know, every empty space, every abyss created in nature fills itself, and this one is filled by women out of a sense of responsibility and maybe also the will to control. It's a simple matter, really, but in case you haven't understood, I'll explain it: your wife must be happy, satisfied, fulfilled, and impassioned, and then the burden of marriage will not be heavy for her. She'll be prepared to take it upon herself for better and for worse until the very day that one of you shuts your eyes for good.Anat Talshir Mother Nature Power Sayings By Anat Talshir: The wife carries the burden of the marriage on her shoulders," his mother said. "Her
This faculty is mother wit, the creative power through which man is capable of recognising likenesses and making them himself. We see it in children, in whom nature is more integral and less corrupted by convictions and prejudices, that the first faculty to emerge is that of seeing similarities.John Eliot Gardiner Mother Nature Power Sayings By John Eliot Gardiner: This faculty is mother wit, the creative power through which man is capable of recognising
Such was the hidden power of nature, capable of producing extreme beauty and cruelty at the same time.Kenneth Eade Mother Nature Power Sayings By Kenneth Eade: Such was the hidden power of nature, capable of producing extreme beauty and cruelty at
In reality there are two, and only two, foundations of law; and they are both of them conditions without which nothing can give it any force: I mean equity and utility. With respect to the former, it grows out of the great rule of equality, which is grounded upon our common nature, and which Philo, with propriety and beauty, calls the mother of justice. All human laws are, properly speaking, only declaratory; they may alter the mode and application, but have no power over the substance, of original justice. The other foundation of law, which is utility, must be understood, not of partial or limited, but of general and public, utility, connected in the same manner with, and derived directly from, our rational nature: for any other utility may be the utility of a robber, but cannot be that of a citizen, - the interest of the domestic enemy, and not that of a member of the commonwealth.Edmund Burke Mother Nature Power Sayings By Edmund Burke: In reality there are two, and only two, foundations of law; and they are both