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42 Moulds Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Moulds Sayings By John Stuart Mill: Genius can only breathe freely in an atmosphere of freedom. Persons of genius are, ex Genius can only breathe freely in an atmosphere of freedom. Persons of genius are, ex vi termini,5 more individual than any other people - less capable, consequently, of fitting themselves, without hurtful compression, into any of the small number of moulds which society provides in order to save its members the trouble of forming their own character. — John Stuart Mill
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Moulds Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: The faculty for remembering is not diminished in proportion to what one has learnt, just The faculty for remembering is not diminished in proportion to what one has learnt, just as little as the number of moulds in which you cast sand lessens its capacity for being cast in new moulds. — Arthur Schopenhauer
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Moulds Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: He had been thinking of how landscape moulds a language. It was impossible to imagine He had been thinking of how landscape moulds a language. It was impossible to imagine these hills giving forth anything but the soft syllables of Irish, just as only certain forms of German could be spoken on the high crags of Europe; or Dutch in the muddy, guttural, phlegmish lowlands. — Alexander McCall Smith
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Moulds Sayings By William Shakespeare: And thou, all-shaking thunder,Strike flat the thick rotundity o' the world!Crack nature's moulds, all germens And thou, all-shaking thunder,
Strike flat the thick rotundity o' the world!
Crack nature's moulds, all germens spill at once
That makes ingrateful man! — William Shakespeare
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Moulds Sayings By Emmi Itaranta: Secrets carve us like water carves stone. On the surface nothing will shift, but things Secrets carve us like water carves stone. On the surface nothing will shift, but things we cannot tell anyone chafe and consume us, and slowly our life settles around them, moulds itself into their shape.

Secrets gnaw at the bonds between people. Sometimes we believe they can also build them: if we let another person into the silent space a secret has made within us, we are no longer alone there. — Emmi Itaranta
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Moulds Sayings By Robyn Davidson: To be free one needs constant and unrelenting vigilance over one's weaknesses. A vigilance which To be free one needs constant and unrelenting vigilance over one's weaknesses. A vigilance which requires a moral energy most of us are incapable of manufacturing. We relax back into the moulds of habit. They are secure, they bind us and keep us contained at the expense of freedom. To break the moulds, to be heedless of the seductions of security is an impossible struggle, but one of the few that count. To be free is to learn, to test yourself constantly, to gamble. — Robyn Davidson
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Moulds Sayings By Olympia Brown: Fortuitous circumstances constitute the moulds that shape the majority of human lives, and the hasty Fortuitous circumstances constitute the moulds that shape the majority of human lives, and the hasty impress of an accident is too often regarded as the relentless decree of all ordaining fate. — Olympia Brown
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Moulds Sayings By Thomas Hardy: The social moulds civilization fits us into have no more relation to our actual shapes The social moulds civilization fits us into have no more relation to our actual shapes than the conventional shapes of the constellations have to the real star-patterns. — Thomas Hardy
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Moulds Sayings By William James: Our moral and practical attitude ... impulses, inhibitions ... how it contains and moulds us Our moral and practical attitude ... impulses, inhibitions ... how it contains and moulds us by its restrictive pressure almost as if we were fluids pent with the cavity of a jar ... It becomes our subconscious. [p. 287] — William James
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Moulds Sayings By Tom Evans: Life is just packed full of memories, the more memories you create, the richer your Life is just packed full of memories, the more memories you create, the richer your life becomes !
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Moulds Sayings By John Armstrong: There is, they say, (and I believe there is),A spark within us of th' immortal There is, they say, (and I believe there is),
A spark within us of th' immortal fire,
That animates and moulds the grosser frame;
And when the body sinks, escapes to heaven;
Its native seat, and mixes with the gods. — John Armstrong
Moulds Sayings By Nathan Filer: Billions of years ago exploding stars sent atoms hurtling through space and we've been recycling Billions of years ago exploding stars sent atoms hurtling through space and we've been recycling them on Earth ever since. Except for the occasional comet, meteor, some interstellar dust, we've used exactly the same atoms over and over since the earth was formed. We eat them, we drink them, we breathe them, we are made of them. At this precise moment each of us is exchanging our atoms with everyone else, and not just with each other, but with other animals, trees, fungi, moulds... — Nathan Filer
Moulds Sayings By Jack London: Captain West advanced to meet me, and before our outstretched hands touched, before his face Captain West advanced to meet me, and before our outstretched hands touched, before his face broke from repose to greeting and the lips moved to speech, I got the first astonishing impact of his personality. Long, lean, in his face a touch of race I as yet could only sense, he was as cool as the day was cold, as poised as a king or emperor, as remote as the farthest fixed star, as neutral as a proposition of Euclid. And then, just ere our hands met, a twinkle of
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such distant and controlled geniality quickened the many tiny wrinkles in the corner of the eyes; the clear blue of the eyes was suffused by an almost colourful warmth; the face, too, seemed similarly to suffuse; the thin lips, harsh-set the instant before, were as gracious as Bernhardt's when she moulds sound into speech. — Jack London
Moulds Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: What is the use of writing plays, what is the use of writing anything, if What is the use of writing plays, what is the use of writing anything, if there is not a will which finally moulds chaos itself into a race of gods. — George Bernard Shaw
Moulds Sayings By Robyn Davidson: That to be free one needs constant and unrelenting vigilance over one's weaknesses. A vigilance That to be free one needs constant and unrelenting vigilance over one's weaknesses. A vigilance which requires a moral energy most of us are incapable of manufacturing. We relax back into the moulds of habit. They are secure, they bind us and keep us contained at the expense of freedom. To break the moulds, to be heedless of the seductions of security is an impossible struggle, but one of the few that count. To be free is to learn, to test yourself constantly, to gamble. It is not safe. I had learnt to use my fears as stepping stones rather than stumbling blocks, and best of all I had learnt to laugh. — Robyn Davidson
Moulds Sayings By Paul Wolfowitz: For one thing I tend not to see myself in various moulds that people fit For one thing I tend not to see myself in various moulds that people fit me into. — Paul Wolfowitz
Moulds Sayings By Thomas Carlyle: The true Sovereign of the world, who moulds the world like soft wax, according to The true Sovereign of the world, who moulds the world like soft wax, according to his pleasure, is he who lovingly sees into the world. — Thomas Carlyle
Moulds Sayings By James Russell Lowell: Nature, they say, doth dote,And cannot make a manSave on some worn-out planRepeating us by Nature, they say, doth dote,
And cannot make a man
Save on some worn-out plan
Repeating us by rote:
For him her Old World moulds aside she threw
And, choosing sweet clay from the breast
Of the unexhausted West,
With stuff untainted shaped a hero new. — James Russell Lowell
Moulds Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Hither rolls the storm of heat;I feel its finer billows beatLike a sea which me Hither rolls the storm of heat;
I feel its finer billows beat
Like a sea which me infolds;
Heat with viewless fingers moulds,
Swells, and mellows, and matures,
Paints, and flavors, and allures,
Bird and brier inly warms,
Still enriches and transforms,
Gives the reed and lily length,
Adds to oak and oxen strength,
Transforming what it doth infold,
Life out of death, new out of old. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Moulds Sayings By John Stuart Mill: Person of genus are, ex vi termini, more individual than any other people - less Person of genus are, ex vi termini, more individual than any other people - less capable, consequently, of fitting themselves, without harmful compression, into any of the small number of moulds which society provides in order to save its members the trouble of forming their own character. If from timidity they consent to be forced into one of these moulds, and to let all that part of themselves which cannot expand under the pressure remain unexpanded, society will be little the better for their genius. — John Stuart Mill
Moulds Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Nature wishes that woman should attract man, yet she often cunningly moulds into her face Nature wishes that woman should attract man, yet she often cunningly moulds into her face a little sarcasm, which seems to say, 'Yes, I am willing to attract, but to attract a little better kind of a man than any I yet behold — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Moulds Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: An image needs a living object, and a copy can only be formed from a An image needs a living object, and a copy can only be formed from a model. Either man models himself on the god of his own invention, or the true and living God moulds the human form in his image. There must be a complete transformation, a 'metamorphosis' (Rom. 12:2; 2 Cor. 3:18), if man is to be restored to the image of God. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Moulds Sayings By John Sterling: Superstition moulds nature into an arbitrary semblance of the supernatural, and then bows down to Superstition moulds nature into an arbitrary semblance of the supernatural, and then bows down to the work of its own hands. — John Sterling
Moulds Sayings By Shoghi Effendi: We cannot segregate the human heart from the environment outside us and say that once We cannot segregate the human heart from the environment outside us and say that once one of these is reformed everything will be improved. Man is organic with the world. His inner life moulds the environment and is itself also deeply affected by it. The one acts upon the other and every abiding change in the life of man is the result of these mutual reactions. — Shoghi Effendi
Moulds Sayings By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: There are some souls, bright and precious, which, like gold and silver, may be subdued There are some souls, bright and precious, which, like gold and silver, may be subdued by the fiery trial, and yield to new moulds; but there are others, pure and solid as the diamond, which may be shivered to pieces, yet in every fragment retain their indelible characteristics. — Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Moulds Sayings By Oswald Chambers: It is not the thing we spend the most time on that moulds us most; It is not the thing we spend the most time on that moulds us most; the greatest element is the thing that exerts most power. — Oswald Chambers
Moulds Sayings By Samuel Rogers: That very law which moulds a tear And bids it trickle from its source,- That That very law which moulds a tear And bids it trickle from its source,- That law preserves the earth a sphere, And guides the planets in their course. — Samuel Rogers
Moulds Sayings By John Stuart Mill: Persons of genius are, ex vi termini, more individual than any other people - less Persons of genius are, ex vi termini, more individual than any other people - less capable, consequently, of fitting themselves, without hurtful compression, into any of the small number of moulds which society provides in order to save its members the trouble of forming their character. — John Stuart Mill
Moulds Sayings By Amy Lowell: This is America, This vast, confused beauty, This staring, restless speed of loveliness, Mighty, overwhelming, This is America, This vast, confused beauty, This staring, restless speed of loveliness, Mighty, overwhelming, crude, of all forms, Making grandeur out of profusion, Afraid of no incongruities, Sublime in its audacity, Bizarre breaker of moulds. — Amy Lowell
Moulds Sayings By James Anthony Froude: The soul of man is not a thing which comes and goes, is builded and The soul of man is not a thing which comes and goes, is builded and decays like the elemental frame in which it is set to dwell, but a very living force, a very energy of God's organic will, which rules and moulds this universe. — James Anthony Froude
Moulds Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Literature always anticipates life. It doesn't copy it but moulds it to it's purpose. Literature always anticipates life. It doesn't copy it but moulds it to it's purpose. — Oscar Wilde
Moulds Sayings By Sujit Lalwani: Travel Moulds A Man,People Mould His Wisdom And Experiences Mould His LIFE ... ! Travel Moulds A Man,People Mould His Wisdom And Experiences Mould His LIFE ... ! — Sujit Lalwani
Moulds Sayings By Nat Turner: All my time not devoted to my master's service was spent either in prayer, or All my time not devoted to my master's service was spent either in prayer, or in making experiments in casting different things in moulds made of earth, in attempting to make paper, gunpowder, and many other experiments, that, although I could not perfect, yet convinced me of its practicability if I had the means. — Nat Turner
Moulds Sayings By Oswald Chambers: It is not the thing on which we spend the most time that moulds us, It is not the thing on which we spend the most time that moulds us, but the thing that exerts the greatest power. Five minutes with God and His Word is worth more than all the rest of the day. — Oswald Chambers
Moulds Sayings By Alexander Fleming: In my first publication I might have claimed that I had come to the conclusion, In my first publication I might have claimed that I had come to the conclusion, as a result of serious study of the literature and deep thought, that valuable antibacterial substances were made by moulds and that I set out to investigate the problem. That would have been untrue and I preferred to tell the truth that penicillin started as a chance observation. My only merit is that I did not neglect the observation and that I pursued the subject as a bacteriologist. My publication in 1929 was the starting-point of the work of others who developed penicillin especially in the chemical field. — Alexander Fleming
Moulds Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Understanding moulds the life of a man and governs it. Understanding moulds the life of a man and governs it. — Sunday Adelaja
Moulds Sayings By Benjamin N. Cardozo: The outstanding truths of life, the great and unquestioned phenomena of society, are not to The outstanding truths of life, the great and unquestioned phenomena of society, are not to be argued away as myths and vagaries when they do not fit within our little moulds. If necessary, we must remake the moulds. — Benjamin N. Cardozo
Moulds Sayings By Dan Pearce: Think about the word mould for a moment. A mould is a device into which Think about the word mould for a moment. A mould is a device into which one crams and smashes something until it becomes the shape that they desire. Don't spend your life letting other people destroy you while they try and force you into their moulds. — Dan Pearce
Moulds Sayings By George Santayana: Plasticity loves new moulds because it can fill them, but for a man of sluggish Plasticity loves new moulds because it can fill them, but for a man of sluggish mind and bad manners there is decidedly no place like home. — George Santayana
Moulds Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Comfortable (favorable) circumstance 'polishes' one and uncomfortable (unfavorable) circumstances 'moulds' one. What problem do we Comfortable (favorable) circumstance 'polishes' one and uncomfortable (unfavorable) circumstances 'moulds' one. What problem do we have with either of the two? — Dada Bhagwan
Moulds Sayings By V.S. Naipaul: Man doesn't realize his real purpose on earth so long as he rolls in comforts. Man doesn't realize his real purpose on earth so long as he rolls in comforts. It is absolutely true that adversity teaches a man a bitter lesson, toughens his fiber and moulds his character. In other words, an altogether new man is born out of adversity which helpfully destroys one's ego and makes one humble and selfless. Prolonged suffering opens the eyes to hate the things for which one craved before unduly, leading eventually even to a state of resignation. It then dawns on us that continued yearnings brings us intense agony. But the stoic mind is least perturbed by the vicissitudes of life. It is well within our efforts to conquer grief. It's simple. Develop an attitude of detachment even while remaining in the thick of terrestrial pleasures. — V.S. Naipaul
Moulds Sayings By Plautus: Fortune moulds and circumscribes human affairs as she pleases.[Lat., Fortuna humana fingit artatque ut lubet.] Fortune moulds and circumscribes human affairs as she pleases.
[Lat., Fortuna humana fingit artatque ut lubet.] — Plautus