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Needs And Desires Sayings By Susan Griffin: Each life reverberates in every other life. Whether or not we acknowledge it, we are Each life reverberates in every other life. Whether or not we acknowledge it, we are connected, woven together in our needs and desires, rich and poor, men and women alike. — Susan Griffin
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Dharma Singh Khalsa: Guru Arjun tells us that the truth we seek is within ourselves, and I agree. Guru Arjun tells us that the truth we seek is within ourselves, and I agree. The answers to many of our greatest desires, needs, and longings are inside. We only need to know how to retrieve them. The most powerful vehicle for retrieving our longed for answers is applied intelligence, which is the combination of information and experience. Applied intelligence brings true wisdom because it includes experience, usually on a deep level. — Dharma Singh Khalsa
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Lionel Fisher: Co-dependent tennis is not a good game. When you serve the ball, someone should hit Co-dependent tennis is not a good game. When you serve the ball, someone should hit it back to you. If no one tries, the match should be over as far as you're concerned. Put your racket away, go home, find another game tomorrow. Stop returning your own serves, lobs, and volleys. Stop playing off your own energy, needs, and desires. Quit kidding yourself. — Lionel Fisher
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: The water of such a nation (living godly) will not fail. Talking of harmony between The water of such a nation (living godly) will not fail. Talking of harmony between the people of the land and nature. Natural catastrophes and disasters shall be far from such a people. There shall be rain in its time, sun in its time. Nature will respond adequately to the needs and desires of such a people. — Sunday Adelaja
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Lorii Myers: Needs cause motivation. Deep-rooted desires for esteem, affection, belonging, achievement, self-actualization, power, and control motivate Needs cause motivation. Deep-rooted desires for esteem, affection, belonging, achievement, self-actualization, power, and control motivate us to push for what we want and need in our lives. — Lorii Myers
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Dashama Konah Gordon: Our greatest opportunities are to let go and surrender to that which is greater than Our greatest opportunities are to let go and surrender to that which is greater than our egoistic needs and desires. — Dashama Konah Gordon
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Needs And Desires Sayings By P. M. Forni: When the healthy pursuit of self-interest and self-realizatio n turns into self-absorption , other people When the healthy pursuit of self-interest and self-realizatio n turns into self-absorption , other people can lose their intrinsic value in our eyes and become mere means to the fulfillment of our needs and desires. — P. M. Forni
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Ellen Willis: The project of organizing a democratic political movement entails the hope that one's ideas and The project of organizing a democratic political movement entails the hope that one's ideas and beliefs are not merely idiosyncratic but speak to vital human needs, interests and desires, and therefore will be persuasive to many and ultimately most people. But this is a very different matter from deciding to put forward only those ideas presumed (accurately or not) to be compatible with what most people already believe. — Ellen Willis
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Paul Polman: My fear is a fear of being obsolete. This is a world that changes very My fear is a fear of being obsolete. This is a world that changes very fast, and one of the main human desires is to belong to, to be part of something. It's probably one of our greatest needs next to oxygen. — Paul Polman
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Science" as a prejudice. - It follows from the laws of order of rankle that Science" as a prejudice. - It follows from the laws of order of rankle that scholars, insofar as they belong to the spiritual middle class, can never catch sight of the really great problems and question marks; moreover, their courage and their eyes simply do not reach that far - and above all, their needs which led them to become scholars in the first place, their inmost assumptions and desires that things might be such and such, their fears and hopes all come to rest and are satisfied too soon. Take, for example, that pedantic Englishman, Herbert Spencer. What makes him "enthuse" in his way and then leads him to draw a line of hope, a horizon of desirability - that eventual reconciliation of "egoism and altruism" about which he raves - almost nauseates the likes of us; a human race that adopted such Spencerian perspectives as its ultimate perspectives would seem to us worthy of contempt, of annihilation! — Friedrich Nietzsche
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Jeofrey Bean: avoid the common business pitfall of making business decisions based on the company's skill set avoid the common business pitfall of making business decisions based on the company's skill set rather than on the customers' needs and desires. — Jeofrey Bean
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Life is a piece of art drawn by love on the canvas of hope with Life is a piece of art drawn by love on the canvas of hope with the colors of desires, wants, and needs. — Debasish Mridha
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Nellie McKay: Music can make the cerebral accessible, the subconscious hummable. It communicates our shared needs and Music can make the cerebral accessible, the subconscious hummable. It communicates our shared needs and desires as sentient beings better than any other medium. — Nellie McKay
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Rob Liano: If you don't know what you want, you'll never find it.If you don't know what If you don't know what you want, you'll never find it.
If you don't know what you deserve, you'll always settle for less.
You will wander aimlessly, uncomfortably numb in your comfort zone, wondering how life has ended up here.
Life starts now, live, love, laugh and let your light shine! — Rob Liano
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Gavin Ewart: My life may be much happier to-morrowHunger and love that press against the body,The two My life may be much happier to-morrowHunger and love that press against the body,The two eternal needs we recognise,Desires that so relentlessly pursue one,May get me down or raise me to the skiesAnd make me a Don Bradman or Don Juan. — Gavin Ewart
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Shashi: When the living gets unburdened with needs and desires, the life becomes simple and easy When the living gets unburdened with needs and desires, the life becomes simple and easy to carry. — Shashi
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: I think the cultural task is to separate our impulses and needs and desires from I think the cultural task is to separate our impulses and needs and desires from the supernatural and, above all, from the superstitious. — Christopher Hitchens
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Brene Brown: The opposite of play is not work - the opposite of play is depression." He The opposite of play is not work - the opposite of play is depression." He explains, "Respecting our biologically programmed need for play can transform work. It can bring back excitement and newness to our job. Play helps us deal with difficulties, provides a sense of expansiveness, promotes mastery of our craft, and is an essential part of the creative process. Most important, true play that comes from our own inner needs and desires is the only path to finding lasting joy and satisfaction in our work. In the long run, work does not work without play."2 — Brene Brown
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Henri Nouwen: Your body needs to be held and to hold, to be touched and to touch. Your body needs to be held and to hold, to be touched and to touch. None of these needs is to be despised, denied, or repressed. But you have to keep searching for your body's deeper need, the need for genuine love. Every time you are able to go beyond the body's superficial desires for love, you are bringing your body home and moving toward integration and unity. — Henri Nouwen
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Darrin M. McMahon: Like Rousseau, Hegel appreciated quite early on that in modern commercial societies, individuals' desires and Like Rousseau, Hegel appreciated quite early on that in modern commercial societies, individuals' desires and needs were generated by the desires and needs of others. Implanted by advertising, dictated by fashion, and determined by style, individual desire was always socially determined, shaped by the particular contexts in which we live. [..] Hence the need for greater comfort does not exactly arise within you directly; it is suggested to you by those who hope to make a profit from its creation. — Darrin M. McMahon
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Johnny Depp: It really depends on what the screenplay is asking of you, and what your responsibility It really depends on what the screenplay is asking of you, and what your responsibility is to that character. You have the author's intent to deal with, you have the filmmaker's vision, and then you have your own wants, desires and needs for the character. It's collaborative. But I knew, right off the bat, that there was no way to go into some sort of pink-haired, clown-nosed character with Ronald McDonald shoes. — Johnny Depp
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Darrell Calkins: Love has an enormous spectrum of expression and impact. At the far end, it begins Love has an enormous spectrum of expression and impact. At the far end, it begins to unravel and move away from subjective experience and personal preference. It becomes pure intent, something that no longer tickles our desires, but fulfills the deeper needs of each circumstance we're in. — Darrell Calkins
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: Insofar as there shall always be a desire, there shall always be a want and Insofar as there shall always be a desire, there shall always be a want and there shall always be a need — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Thomas L. Friedman: to make old things work better, to make new things possible, and to do old to make old things work better, to make new things possible, and to do old things in fundamentally new ways. For instance, the invention of the Uber taxi service did all three: it didn't just create a new competitive taxi fleet; it created a fundamentally new and better way to summon a taxi, to gather data on riders' needs and desires, to pay for a taxi, and to rate the behavior of the driver and the passenger. These sorts of transformations are now happening in every business, thanks to the energy release of the supernova. — Thomas L. Friedman
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Needs And Desires Sayings By Maxwell Maltz: Take the trouble to stop and think of the other person's feelings, his viewpoints, his Take the trouble to stop and think of the other person's feelings, his viewpoints, his desires and needs. Think more of what the other fellow wants, and how he must feel. — Maxwell Maltz
Needs And Desires Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Sonnet IIf thee must say that I am not who I am,That I am not Sonnet I
If thee must say that I am not who I am,
That I am not real or true,
Then thou must say you are not as well,
For we either walk in fairytales and dance to our dreams,
Or we die trying to capture a miracle between the ordinary moments,
We rejoice in the gratitude for our needs met,
But we pray for the staircases and open doors to our desires,
We redefine our gratitude with another day,
Another dance of praise to Thee for undoing are mistakes of unneeded wants and needs we want, but not met. — Shannon L. Alder
Needs And Desires Sayings By Frederic Laloux: Social stability comes at the price of wearing a mask, of learning to distance ourselves Social stability comes at the price of wearing a mask, of learning to distance ourselves from our unique nature, from our personal desires, needs, and feelings; instead, we embrace a socially acceptable self. — Frederic Laloux
Needs And Desires Sayings By Antonio Lobo Antunes: Physically it's kind of lassitude, the apathy and tiredness that precedes the flu or some Physically it's kind of lassitude, the apathy and tiredness that precedes the flu or some other illness, or death. My legs ache and feel heavy, my skin has become more sensitive to cold and to heat, to the hardness or rigidity of things. Nothing interests me, I feel uncomfortable being still but would feel even more uncomfortable if I moved. I don't know whether speaking is painful or just boring. I sit here, staring straight ahead, with no desires, no needs, hollow. I'm not even sad. I feel only passivity and indifference. — Antonio Lobo Antunes
Needs And Desires Sayings By Mary Crocker Cook: Avoiding awareness of our own reality is often an attempt to deny thoughts, desires, or Avoiding awareness of our own reality is often an attempt to deny thoughts, desires, or intentions that we feel will threaten or contradict the needs of those with whom we feel strong attachment. We instinctively hide feelings and thoughts we assume would be threatening to other people, and might cause them to leave us. . . People who learned early in life to adapt to parental needs to an extent that we were unable to focus on our own developmental tasks and needs will often continue to play out this working mode" of conditional attachment. "You will attach to me as long as I meet your needs. — Mary Crocker Cook
Needs And Desires Sayings By Ellen Key: When, in any ethical department, unity is attained between outer demands and inner desires, between When, in any ethical department, unity is attained between outer demands and inner desires, between nature and conscience, between the needs of society and the individual, the moral formula is void because inner necessity then makes it psychically and physically impossible to break the outer law. Thus, true morality is attained. — Ellen Key
Needs And Desires Sayings By Ernest Becker: Now, what is unique about the child's perception of the world? For one thing, the Now, what is unique about the child's perception of the world? For one thing, the extreme confusion of cause-and-effect relationships; for another, extreme unreality about the limits of his own powers. The child lives in a situation of utter dependence; and when his needs are met it must seem to him that he has magical powers, real omnipotence. If he experiences pain, hunger, or discomfort, all he has to do is to scream and he is relieved and lulled by gentle, loving sounds. He is a magician and a telepath who has only to mumble and to imagine and the world turns to his desires. — Ernest Becker
Needs And Desires Sayings By Eknath Easwaran: When mystics use the word love, they use it very carefully - in the deeply When mystics use the word love, they use it very carefully - in the deeply spiritual sense, where to love is to know; to love is to act. If you really love, from the depths of your Consciousness, that love gives you a native wisdom. You perceive the needs of others intuitively and clearly, with detachment from any personal desires; and you know how to act creatively to meet those needs, dexterously surmounting any obstacle that comes in the way. Such is the immense, driving power of love. — Eknath Easwaran
Needs And Desires Sayings By Ryszard Kapuscinski: A population weakened and exhausted by battling against so many obstacles - whose needs are A population weakened and exhausted by battling against so many obstacles - whose needs are never satisfied and desires never fulfilled - is vulnerable to manipulation and regimentation. The struggle for survival is, above all, an exercise that is hugely time-consuming, absorbing and debilitating. If you create these 'anti-conditions,' your rule is guaranteed for a hundred years. — Ryszard Kapuscinski
Needs And Desires Sayings By Rajneesh: Buddha says: Life should be simple, not complex. Life should be based on needs, not Buddha says: Life should be simple, not complex. Life should be based on needs, not on desires. Needs are perfectly okay: you need food, you need clothes, you need a shelter, you need love, you need relationship. Perfectly good, nothing wrong in it. Needs can be fulfilled; desires are basically unfulfillable. Desires create complexity. They create complexity because they can never be fulfilled. You go on and on working hard for them, and they remain unfulfilled, and you remain empty. — Rajneesh
Needs And Desires Sayings By Simon Sinek: Good listeners have a huge advantage. For one, when they engage in conversation, they make Good listeners have a huge advantage. For one, when they engage in conversation, they make people 'feel' heard. They 'feel' that someone really understands their wants, needs and desires. And for good reason; a good listener does care to understand. — Simon Sinek
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Why do you consult [women's] words when it is not their mouths that speak? Consult Why do you consult [women's] words when it is not their mouths that speak? Consult their eyes, their colour, their breathing, their timid manner, their slight resistance, that is the language nature gave them for your answer. The lips always say 'No,' and rightly so; but the tone is not always the same, and that cannot lie. Has not a woman the same needs as a man, but without the same right to make them known? Her fate would be too cruel if she had no language in which to express her legitimate desires except the words which she dare not utter. — Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jack Serv: An amorous night is to approach a state of perfection that only two lovers can An amorous night is to approach a state of perfection that only two lovers can reach; you see this requires--no it demands, implores the deepest reverence, trust, insatiable desire, and mad lust for her. To worship her by abolishing the weakness of fear, the fear of betrayal, infidelity, the lack of reciprocation and bequeathing the body and soul to her, to worship her, to yearn and gain her unfettered permission to her body and soul, to accept the primal desires the animal needs that dwell inside, yet to have passion, tender love-making and violent sex all in the same night, as one--approaching this perfection is approaching heaven on earth. — Jack Serv
Needs And Desires Sayings By Seneca The Younger: That moderation which nature prescribes, which limits our desires by resources restricted to our needs, That moderation which nature prescribes, which limits our desires by resources restricted to our needs, has abandoned the field; it has now come to this
that to want only what is enough is a sign both of boorishness and of utter destitution. — Seneca The Younger
Needs And Desires Sayings By Aspen Matis: I made a conscious effort to name my needs and desires. To carefully listen to I made a conscious effort to name my needs and desires. To carefully listen to and accurately identify what I felt. Hunger, exhaustion, cold, lower-back ache, thirst. The ephemeral pangs: wistfulness and loneliness. Rest fixed most things. Sleep was my sweet reward. I treated bedtime as both incentive and sacrament. — Aspen Matis
Needs And Desires Sayings By John R Noe: The key to all motivation is desire, and the master key to creating desire is The key to all motivation is desire, and the master key to creating desire is responsiveness to the needs, desires, and interests of the people you would lead. — John R Noe
Needs And Desires Sayings By Paul E. Miller: If we separate our mundane needs (doing) from God's best gift, his loving presence (being), If we separate our mundane needs (doing) from God's best gift, his loving presence (being), then we are overspiritualizing prayer. If we ask nothing of God, we are left adrift in an evil world. Such a position may feel spiritual because it seems unselfish, but it is unbiblical because it separates the real world of our desires from God's world. The kingdom can't come because it is floating. By discounting the spiritual and physical worlds, Neoplatonism did exactly what the Enlightenment did. The only difference was Neoplatonism valued the spiritual while the Enlightenment valued the physical. So the church is influenced by Neoplatonism (the physical isn't important), and the world is shaped by the Enlightenment (the spiritual isn't important). Both perspectives stifled honest, person-to-person praying in the church. — Paul E. Miller
Needs And Desires Sayings By Patrick Mendis: In Confucian thought, individuals practice moral virtue both by restraining themselves and pursuing their own In Confucian thought, individuals practice moral virtue both by restraining themselves and pursuing their own interests. This is a dual push-and-pull process. In today's China, the latter is taken care of by capitalism and commerce. The former, however, needs to be taken care of by the rule of law. Otherwise, the system of governance is corrupted by unrestrained individual desires and selective enforcement of 'virtue' or law. — Patrick Mendis
Needs And Desires Sayings By Margaret Atwood: After having imposed itself on us like the egomaniac it is, clamouring about its own After having imposed itself on us like the egomaniac it is, clamouring about its own needs, foisting upon us its own sordid and perilous desires, the body's final trick is simply to absent itself. Just when you need it, just when you could use an arm or a leg, suddenly the body has other things to do. It falters, it buckles under you; it melts away as if made of snow, leaving nothing much. Two lumps of coal, an old hat, a grin made of pebbles. The bones dry sticks, easily broken. — Margaret Atwood
Needs And Desires Sayings By Kathleen Norris: To eat in a monastery refectory is an exercise in humility; daily, one is reminded To eat in a monastery refectory is an exercise in humility; daily, one is reminded to put communal necessity before individual preference. While consumer culture speaks only to preferences, treating even whims as needs to be granted (and the sooner the better), monastics sense that this pandering to delusions of self-importance weakens the true self, and diminishes our ability to distinguish desires from needs. It's a price they're not willing to pay. — Kathleen Norris
Needs And Desires Sayings By Michael Pollan: Our society assigns us a tiny number of roles: We're producers of one thing at Our society assigns us a tiny number of roles: We're producers of one thing at work, consumers of a great many things all the rest of the time, and then, once a year or so, we take on the temporary role of citizen and cast a vote. Virtually all our needs and desires we delegate to specialists of one kind or another - our meals to the food industry, our health to the medical profession, entertainment to Hollywood and the media, mental health to the therapist or the drug company, caring for nature to the environmentalist, political action to the politician, and on and on it goes. Before long it becomes hard to imagine doing much of anything for ourselves - anything, that is, except the work we do "to make a living." For everything else, we feel like we've lost the skills, or that there's someone who can do it better ... it seems as though we can no longer imagine anyone but a professional or an institution or a product supplying our daily needs or solving our problems. — Michael Pollan
Needs And Desires Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: But if you love and must needs have desires, let these be your desires:To melt But if you love and must needs have desires, let these be your desires:
To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night.
To know the pain of too much tenderness.
To be wounded by your own understanding of love;
And to bleed willingly and joyfully.
To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving;
To rest at noon hour and meditate love's ecstasy;
To return home at eventide with gratitude;
And then to sleep with a prayer for the beloved in your heart and a song of praise on your lips. — Kahlil Gibran
Needs And Desires Sayings By Chris Moriarty: Arkady looked at the other man. he felt that he was actually seeing him as Arkady looked at the other man. he felt that he was actually seeing him as a physical being for the first time ... He tried to imagine that body with Bella, with any woman, and found the idea ... not repulsive exactly, but incomprehensible. How would it work exactly? And how would either of them, knowing nothing of their lover's body, needs and desires, ever be able to satisfy the other? — Chris Moriarty
Needs And Desires Sayings By H.G.Wells: We may suggest that a nation is in effect any assembly, mixture, or confusion of We may suggest that a nation is in effect any assembly, mixture, or confusion of people which is either afflicted by or wishes to be afflicted by a foreign office of its own, in order that it should behave collectively as if its needs, desires, and vanities were beyond comparison more important than the general welfare of humanity. — H.G.Wells
Needs And Desires Sayings By Vonda Skelton: What a worthwhile pursuit! Jesus tells us in His word to ask...seek...knock. But how often What a worthwhile pursuit! Jesus tells us in His word to ask...seek...knock. But how often do we sincerely follow His command? Through her award-winning book, Transformed by Desire, author Patty Mason challenges us to ask with expectation, seek with abandon, and knock with confidence, knowing that our Bridegroom--our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ--is ready to fulfill the deepest desires of our hearts. It's a love story that needs to be told over and over again! — Vonda Skelton
Needs And Desires Sayings By Julianne MacLean: HERE'S THE THING about motherhood. It exhausts you and thrills you. It kicks you in HERE'S THE THING about motherhood. It exhausts you and thrills you. It kicks you in the butt, and the very next second makes you feel like a superstar. Most of all, it teaches you to be selfless. Let me rephrase that. It doesn't really teach you this. It creates a new selflessness within you, which grabs hold of your heart when you first take your child into your arms. In that profound moment of extraordinary love and discovery, your own needs and desires become secondary. Nothing is as important as the well-being of your beautiful child. You would sacrifice anything for her. Even your own life. You would do it in a heartbeat. God wouldn't need to ask twice. — Julianne MacLean
Needs And Desires Sayings By Carol Tavris: The individualism of American life, to our glory and despair, creates anger and encourages its The individualism of American life, to our glory and despair, creates anger and encourages its release; for when everything is possible, limitations are irksome. When the desires of the self come first, the needs of others are annoying. When we think we deserve it all, reaping only a portion can enrage. — Carol Tavris
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Men and women are made for each other, but their mutual dependence differs in degrees; Men and women are made for each other, but their mutual dependence differs in degrees; man is dependent on woman through his desires; woman is dependent on man through her desires and also through her needs; he could do without her better than she can do without him. She cannot fulfill her purpose in life without his aid, without his goodwill, without his respect ... Nature herself has decreed that woman, both for herself and her children, should be at the mercy of man s judgment. — Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Needs And Desires Sayings By Clarice Lispector: As if ripping from the depths of the earth the knotted roots of a rare As if ripping from the depths of the earth the knotted roots of a rare tree, that's how I write to you, and those roots as if they were powerful tentacles like voluminous naked bodies of strong women entwined by serpents and by carnal desires for fulfillment, and all this is the prayer of a black mass, and a creeping plea for amen: because the bad is unprotected and needs the approval of God: that is creation. — Clarice Lispector
Needs And Desires Sayings By Adam Fletcher: It's really seeing student involvement ... as a variety of opportunities that are appropriate for It's really seeing student involvement ... as a variety of opportunities that are appropriate for each given student and responsive to their individual needs and their desires for their educational experience. — Adam Fletcher
Needs And Desires Sayings By Walter E. Williams: Despite the miracles of capitalism, it doesn't do well in popularity polls. One of the Despite the miracles of capitalism, it doesn't do well in popularity polls. One of the reasons is that capitalism is always evaluated against the non-existent, non-realizable utopias of socialism or communism. Any earthly system, when compared to a Utopia, will pale in comparison. But for the ordinary person, capitalism, with all of its warts, is superior to any system yet devised to deal with our everyday needs and desires. — Walter E. Williams
Needs And Desires Sayings By Bertrand Russell: The discipline in your life should be one determined by your own desires and your The discipline in your life should be one determined by your own desires and your own needs, not put upon you by society or authority. — Bertrand Russell
Needs And Desires Sayings By Beth Moore: We can easily be led into captivity by seeking other answers to needs and desires We can easily be led into captivity by seeking other answers to needs and desires that only God can meet. — Beth Moore
Needs And Desires Sayings By Joel Bakan: The corporation is not an independent "person" with its own rights, needs, and desires that The corporation is not an independent "person" with its own rights, needs, and desires that regulators must respect. It is a state created tool for advancing social and economic policy. — Joel Bakan
Needs And Desires Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: When we confuse the needs with the desires; all the struggles we take lead to When we confuse the needs with the desires; all the struggles we take lead to failure and disappointment. — M.F. Moonzajer
Needs And Desires Sayings By Chris Maxwell Rose: The human erotic imagination is a vast wilderness of sexual possibilities. We are each capable The human erotic imagination is a vast wilderness of sexual possibilities. We are each capable of enjoying a pleasurable, satisfying and potentially ecstatic sex life. Yet our culture encourages us to keep the window of possibility very narrow, limiting our erotic expression to a short list of approved activities and energies. To truly experience sexual freedom, you must reclaim your erotic imagination and allow yourself to make your sex life a work of art, your very own creation designed to fulfill your unique needs and desires. — Chris Maxwell Rose
Needs And Desires Sayings By Ole Hallesby: Notice carefully every word here. It is not our prayer which draws Jesus into our Notice carefully every word here. It is not our prayer which draws Jesus into our hearts. Nor is it our prayer which moves Jesus to come in to us. All He needs is access. He enters in of His own accord, because He desires to come in. To pray is nothing more involved than to let Jesus into our needs, and permitting Him to exercise His own power in dealing with them. And that requires no strength. It is only a question of our wills. Will we give Jesus access to our needs?. — Ole Hallesby
Needs And Desires Sayings By Mathew N. Schmalz: In our busy lives, intimacy often becomes a set piece - we sit down and In our busy lives, intimacy often becomes a set piece - we sit down and make time for discussions, for togetherness, for sharing. But sometimes the most intimate parts of ourselves - our desires, our fears, our needs and sensitivities - are revealed most strongly in the course of our mundane routines. — Mathew N. Schmalz
Needs And Desires Sayings By Adrienne Rich: A poem can't free us from the struggle for existence, but it can uncover desires A poem can't free us from the struggle for existence, but it can uncover desires and appetites buried under the accumulating emergencies of our lives, the fabricated wants and needs we have had urged on us, have accepted as our own. It's not a philosophical or psychological blueprint; it's an instrument for embodied experience. — Adrienne Rich
Needs And Desires Sayings By Mary Church Terrell: And so, lifting as we climb, onward and upward we go, struggling and striving, and And so, lifting as we climb, onward and upward we go, struggling and striving, and hoping that the buds and blossoms of our desires will burst into glorious fruition ere long. With courage, born of success achieved in the past, with a keen sense of the responsibility which we shall continue to assume, we look forward to a future large with promise and hope. Seeking no favors because of our color, nor patronage because of our needs, we knock at the bar of justice, asking an equal chance. — Mary Church Terrell
Needs And Desires Sayings By John Mackey: At a lot of companies founded on principles, the notion of making money is almost At a lot of companies founded on principles, the notion of making money is almost antithetical to the ethos of the place. From the very beginning, our business has existed to meet the needs and desires of multiple constituencies: customers, team members, vendors, shareholders, the community. — John Mackey
Needs And Desires Sayings By Diana Peterfreund: Brandon was a natural at whatever he put his mind to. It was one of Brandon was a natural at whatever he put his mind to. It was one of the things that made him so attractive. That and his complete lack of pretense. He was brilliant, but didn't brag, popular, but not cliquish, comfortable in his skin, and utterly forthright about his needs and desires. — Diana Peterfreund
Needs And Desires Sayings By Betty Friedan: The man who is extremely and dangerously hungry has no other interest but food. Capacities The man who is extremely and dangerously hungry has no other interest but food. Capacities not useful for the satisfying of hunger are pushed into the background. 'But what happens to man's desires when there is plenty of food and his belly in chronically filled? At once, other (and higher) needs emerge and these, rather than the psychological hungers, dominate the organism. — Betty Friedan
Needs And Desires Sayings By Louise Hay: I am one with the Power that created me. I am totally open and receptive I am one with the Power that created me. I am totally open and receptive to the abundant flow of prosperity that the Universe offers. All my needs and desires are met before I even ask. I am Divinely guided and protected, and I make choices that are beneficial for me. I rejoice in other's successes, knowing there is plenty for us all. — Louise Hay
Needs And Desires Sayings By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: People who know how to transform stress into enjoyable challenge spend very little time thinking People who know how to transform stress into enjoyable challenge spend very little time thinking about themselves. They are not expending all their energy trying to satisfy what they believe to be their needs, or worrying about socially conditioned desires. Instead their attention is alert, constantly processing information from their surroundings. The focus is still set by the person's goal, but it is open enough to notice and adapt to external events even if they are not directly relevant to what he wants to accomplish. — Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Needs And Desires Sayings By Nicholas Boothman: Other people can also help you take care of your needs and desires. Whatever Other people can also help you take care of your needs and desires. Whatever — Nicholas Boothman
Needs And Desires Sayings By Brooke Holmes: Having a body, we have seen, does not entail knowing a body. Whereas a cow Having a body, we have seen, does not entail knowing a body. Whereas a cow automatically eats whatever grasses supply needed nutrients, people must determine for themselves what to put into their bodies, with the result that there is room to make mistakes. Mistakes arise, in part, from ignorance. Yet ignorance is not the only problem produced by this arrangement. The fact that we are not compelled by our bodies' precise needs - understood as particular kinds of food and drink, rather than food and drink tout court - allows the formation of desires that have little or nothing to do with the needs on which bodily health depends. — Brooke Holmes
Needs And Desires Sayings By R.C. Sproul: One does not structure the church to meet the felt needs and desires of the One does not structure the church to meet the felt needs and desires of the tares. The purpose of corporate assembly, which has its roots in the Old Testament, is for the people of God to come together corporately to offer their sacrifices of praise and worship to God. So the first rule of worship is that it be designed for believers to worship God in a way that pleases God. — R.C. Sproul
Needs And Desires Sayings By Eowyn Ivey: She'd say the girl needed warmth and affection and someone to look after her, but She'd say the girl needed warmth and affection and someone to look after her, but Jack had to wonder if that didn't have more to do with a woman's own desires than the needs of a child. — Eowyn Ivey
Needs And Desires Sayings By Edward T. Welch: It is possible that our present-day discussion about needs might be framed more by secular It is possible that our present-day discussion about needs might be framed more by secular psychological theories than by Scripture. If this is so, we should be careful about saying, "Jesus meets all our needs." At first, this has a plausible biblical ring to it. Christ _is_a friend; God _is_ a loving Father; Christians _do_ experience a sense of meaningfulness and confidence in knowing God's love. It makes Christ the answer to our problems. Yet if our use of the term "needs" is ambiguous, and its range of meaning extends all the way to selfish desires, then there will be some situations where we should say that Jesus does not intend to meet our needs, but that he intends to change our needs. — Edward T. Welch
Needs And Desires Sayings By Mindy Kaling: I don't need marriage. I don't need anyone to take care of all my needs I don't need marriage. I don't need anyone to take care of all my needs and desires. I can take care of them myself now. — Mindy Kaling
Needs And Desires Sayings By Abhijit Naskar: Our mind has evolved in such a way that new wants keep appearing in it Our mind has evolved in such a way that new wants keep appearing in it relentlessly. But do not confuse them with needs. Needs are necessity, but wants are luxury. — Abhijit Naskar
Needs And Desires Sayings By Walter Brueggemann: We may consider the sabbath as an alternative to the endless demands of economic reality, We may consider the sabbath as an alternative to the endless demands of economic reality, more specifically the demands of market ideology that depend, as Adam Smith had already seen, on the generation of needs and desires that will leave us endlessly "rest-less," inadequate, unfulfilled, and in pursuit of that which may satiate desire. — Walter Brueggemann
Needs And Desires Sayings By Marvin J. Ashton: Some mothers seem to have the capacity and energy to make their children's clothes, bake, Some mothers seem to have the capacity and energy to make their children's clothes, bake, give piano lessons, go to Relief Society, teach Sunday School, attend parent-teacher association meetings, and so on. Other mothers look upon such women as models and feel inadequate, depressed, and think they are failures when they make comparisons ... Sisters, do not allow yourselves to be made to feel inadequate or frustrated because you cannot do everything others seem to be accomplishing. Rather, each should assess her own situation, her own energy, and her own talents, and then choose the best way to mold her family into a team, a unit that works together and supports each other. Only you and your Father in Heaven know your needs, strengths, and desires. Around this knowledge your personal course must be charted and your choices made. — Marvin J. Ashton
Needs And Desires Sayings By Emma McEvoy: It's about needing to feel loved and comforted but feeling unworthy of real love and It's about needing to feel loved and comforted but feeling unworthy of real love and comfort. It's about hating having needs and desires. For some of us, needs make us feel greedy and selfish. For some of us, having needs means we can easily get hurt if those needs are not met. For some of us, we don't believe we deserve to have our needs met. We try to convince ourselves that we don't need anything by avoiding food, one of our greatest primal needs. — Emma McEvoy
Needs And Desires Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Who claims Truth, Truth abandons. History is hir'd, or coerc'd, only in Interests that must Who claims Truth, Truth abandons. History is hir'd, or coerc'd, only in Interests that must ever prove base. She is too innocent, to be left within the reach of anyone in Power,- who need but touch her, and all her Credit is in the instant vanish'd, as if it had never been. She needs rather to be tended lovingly and honorably by fabulists and counterfeiters, Ballad-Mongers and Cranks of ev'ry Radius, Masters of Disguise to provide her the Costume, Toilette, and Bearing, and Speech nimble enough to keep her beyond the Desires, or even the Curiosity, of Government. — Thomas Pynchon
Needs And Desires Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: As utterly irrational as it might seem, the greed within me has the most limited As utterly irrational as it might seem, the greed within me has the most limited vision I can possibly imagine as it has eyes only for the few things it doesn't have, and it is completely blind to all the many remarkable things that it does. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Needs And Desires Sayings By Steve Bivans: It's time to step back and reexamine our hatred and let wrath subside. Are we It's time to step back and reexamine our hatred and let wrath subside. Are we striking out against the real problems: ignorance, fear, want, greed, and political disenfranchisement or just trying to find the most immediate scapegoat on which to lay the blame? Are we so busy blaming our fellow Hobbits that we've forgotten who is really behind the fouling of our Shire? Are we personally guilty of greed? Most of us are, to an extent. We need to reexamine our own desires, and make sure they are really needs instead of just wants. Poverty could be wiped out world wide, if enough modern Hobbits just said, "No! We will not stand for it anymore," or if those at the top of the economic ladder really wanted to do so. — Steve Bivans
Needs And Desires Sayings By Albert J. Nock: There are two methods, or means, and only two, whereby man's needs and desires can There are two methods, or means, and only two, whereby man's needs and desires can be satisfied. One is the production and exchange of wealth; this is the economic means. The other is the uncompensated appropriation of wealth produced by others; this is the political means. — Albert J. Nock
Needs And Desires Sayings By Michael J. Fox: The only way for government to express the needs and desires of Americans is if The only way for government to express the needs and desires of Americans is if Americans speak up and get involved. — Michael J. Fox
Needs And Desires Sayings By Irvin D. Yalom: I'm looking for me in you, that my hollowness makes it impossible to identify my I'm looking for me in you, that my hollowness makes it impossible to identify my needs and my desires, — Irvin D. Yalom
Needs And Desires Sayings By Bernie Sanders: The reality is we that have a corrupt campaign finance system which separates the American The reality is we that have a corrupt campaign finance system which separates the American people's needs and desires from what Congress is doing. So to my mind, what we have got to do is wage a political revolution where millions of people have given up on the political process, stand up and fight back, demand the government that represents us and not just a handful of campaign contribution - contributors. — Bernie Sanders
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jean Baker Miller: Women are taught that their main goal in life is to serve othersfirst men, and Women are taught that their main goal in life is to serve others
first men, and later, children. This prescription leads to enormous problems, for it is supposed to be carried out as if women did not have needs of their own, as if one could serve others without simultaneously attending to one's own interests and desires. Carried to its "perfection," it produces the martyr syndrome or the smothering wife and mother. — Jean Baker Miller
Needs And Desires Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: THE ART OF OFFERING HAPPINESS In a friendship, we try to to offer our friend THE ART OF OFFERING HAPPINESS In a friendship, we try to to offer our friend happiness. Sometimes you think that you're doing something for someone else's happiness, when actually your action is making them suffer. The willingness to make someone happy isn't enough. You have your own idea of happiness. But to make someone else happy, you have to understand that person's needs, suffering, and desires and not assume you know what will make them happy. Ask, What would make you happy? — Thich Nhat Hanh
Needs And Desires Sayings By Pam Godwin: Her needs, desires, and fears run deep. So deep she could easily lose her way Her needs, desires, and fears run deep. So deep she could easily lose her way in the darkness. She needs a rope, not one that tethers her to her horrific past, but a strong, unbreakable line to guide her forward. The bindings might hold her down, but I'm pulling the other end. I'll never let go. With — Pam Godwin
Needs And Desires Sayings By David Heinemeier Hansson: Most software has a tiny essence that justifies its existence, everything after that is wants Most software has a tiny essence that justifies its existence, everything after that is wants and desires mistaken for needs and necessities. — David Heinemeier Hansson
Needs And Desires Sayings By Ellen J. Barrier: Within the nature of every person is a desire to feel appreciated, to feel needed, Within the nature of every person is a desire to feel appreciated, to feel needed, and to be loved. — Ellen J. Barrier
Needs And Desires Sayings By Alice Hoffman: The place where what someone needs and what she desires cross each other to become The place where what someone needs and what she desires cross each other to become one. — Alice Hoffman
Needs And Desires Sayings By Francesca Annis: You can love more than one person in your life, but things will be different. You can love more than one person in your life, but things will be different. There'll be a different dynamic. Needs and desires change. — Francesca Annis
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jasinda Wilder: I was a blank canvas, no thoughts, no emotions, no needs or desires, just a I was a blank canvas, no thoughts, no emotions, no needs or desires, just a square of white floating through a loud, chaotic world, and life would paint me with color and substance, smear and spread and colorize me. — Jasinda Wilder
Needs And Desires Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: Selfish needs, wants, and desires needed to be obliterated. Greed, overindulgence, and gluttony had to Selfish needs, wants, and desires needed to be obliterated. Greed, overindulgence, and gluttony had to be expunged from human behavior. The solution was in self-control, in minimalism, in sparse living conditions; one simple and a brand-new dictionary filled with words everyone would understand. — Tahereh Mafi
Needs And Desires Sayings By Kelly Rosati: If every Christian family in the United States would simply commit to pray and ask If every Christian family in the United States would simply commit to pray and ask God if HE wants to use them to bless a child without a family, well, we'd change the world. If we can get the church to think about adoption not in terms of the desires of adults but in terms of the needs of children, I think we'd see on a much grander scale how God sets the lonely in families. — Kelly Rosati
Needs And Desires Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: By interpreting freedom as the propagation and immediate gratification of needs, people distort their own By interpreting freedom as the propagation and immediate gratification of needs, people distort their own nature, for they engender in themselves a multitude of pointless and foolish desires, habits, and incongruous stratagems. Their lives are motivated only by mutual envy, sensuality, and ostentation. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Needs And Desires Sayings By Sally Clarkson: I often must sacrifice my own needs and desires for the purpose of giving my I often must sacrifice my own needs and desires for the purpose of giving my children what they need and modeling for them the depths of Christ's love.
... make myself available in the routine tasks and myriad interruptions of daily life b/c I believe it is God's will for me to serve my family through them. — Sally Clarkson
Needs And Desires Sayings By Jack Coleman: You want to have a loving, safe relationship with your child, but you can't because You want to have a loving, safe relationship with your child, but you can't because you have to do these things to protect them or protect them from themselves - or try to make sure they don't become a vampire! Your desires and your needs are in opposition, and that's always fun to play. — Jack Coleman
Needs And Desires Sayings By Joni Eareckson Tada: Only God is capable of telling us what our rights and needs are. You have Only God is capable of telling us what our rights and needs are. You have to surrender that right to Him. — Joni Eareckson Tada