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Outside Nature Sayings By Mark Lewis Taylor: The filaments that connect the qualities and dynamics "inside" prisons to those on the "outside" The filaments that connect the qualities and dynamics "inside" prisons to those on the "outside" remind those of us on the outside (or, as one former prisoner said to me, "in the outer prison") that, in spite of real differences, in a profound sense "the prisons are us." Even the most brutal among the imprisoned, as James Gilligan argues in his book Violence (where he draws on years of experience as a prison psychologist in a maximum security facility for violent offenders) are people who are confined there often because of their experience of brutality and terror in home and family, these latter embedded often in the structures of violence that are social, political, and economic in nature. — Mark Lewis Taylor
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Outside Nature Sayings By Alexander Jablokov: His action of joining them, which would have been rude in a restaurant that was His action of joining them, which would have been rude in a restaurant that was not moving at three hundred kilometers an hour, was perfectly acceptable on a train, which mimicked the entirely random joinings of life but revealed their true nature by making them last only hours or days, rather than years and decades. People on a train form an alliance, as if the world that surrounded the parallel rails were hostile and and they refugees from it. The dining car, humming and rocking gently in the night, annihilated past and future and made all associations outside of itself seem vaguely unreal. So they welcomed him at their table, for he was one of them, a traveler, not one of those wraiths through whose night-lit cities they passed. — Alexander Jablokov
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Outside Nature Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Well, my lord," Noorden said. "Imagine that you hear a tapping sound somewhere outside your Well, my lord," Noorden said. "Imagine that you hear a tapping sound somewhere outside your tent. If it repeats occasionally, with no exact set pattern, then it might be the wind blowing a loose flap against a pole. However, if it repeats with exact regularity, you know that it must be a person, beating against a pole. You'd be able to make the distinction immediately, because you've learned that nature can be repetitive in a case like that, but not exact. These numbers are the same, my lord. They're just too organized, too repetitive, to be natural. They had to have been crafted by somebody. — Brandon Sanderson
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Outside Nature Sayings By William James: Who does not see that we are likely to ascertain the distinctive significance of religious Who does not see that we are likely to ascertain the distinctive significance of religious melancholy and happiness, or of religious trances, far better by comparing them as conscientiously as we can with other varieties of melancholy, happiness, and trance, than by refusing to consider their place in any more general series, and treating them as if they were outside of nature's order altogether? — William James
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Outside Nature Sayings By Frank Lloyd Wright: We have no longer an outside and an inside as two separate things. Now the We have no longer an outside and an inside as two separate things. Now the outside may come inside and the inside may and does go outside. They are of each other. Form and function thus become one in design and execution if the nature of materials and method and purpose are all in unison. — Frank Lloyd Wright
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Outside Nature Sayings By Pat Conroy: I meditated on the nature of friendship as I practiced the craft. My friends had I meditated on the nature of friendship as I practiced the craft. My friends had always come from outside the mainstream. I had always been popular with the fifth column of my peers, those individuals who were princely in their solitude, lords of their own unpraised melancholy. Distrusting the approval of the chosen, I would take the applause of exiles anytime. My friends were all foreigners, and they wore their unbelongingness in their eyes. I hunted for that look; I saw it often, disarrayed and fragmentary and furious, and I approached every boy who invited me in. — Pat Conroy
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Outside Nature Sayings By Jaeda DeWalt: From the outside looking in, i think my life would appear very isolated, occupying a From the outside looking in, i think my life would appear very isolated, occupying a huge empty space, with hollow-sounding, emotional echoes. But in reality, this solitary sanctuary i inhabit, allows my artistic nature to sing at the top of its lungs. My feelings have the space they need to breathe. And my art can gain the momentum, it requires, to bubble up to the surface of consciousness. For me, creativity is a chaotic and quiet hybrid, an entity that seeks a safe place to call home. — Jaeda DeWalt
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Outside Nature Sayings By Annia Ciezadlo: Part of the reason you see so little about this in the Western media is Part of the reason you see so little about this in the Western media is that Iraq was closed off from the outside world for so long under Saddam. But I think there's a deeper reason, which is that it messes with our assumptions - not just about Iraq, but about culture and human nature. — Annia Ciezadlo
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Outside Nature Sayings By Rheta Childe Dorr: The theory [before the twentieth century] ... was that all the jobs in the world The theory [before the twentieth century] ... was that all the jobs in the world belonged by right to men, and that only men were by nature entitled to wages. If a woman earned money, outside domestic service, it was because some misfortune had deprived her of masculine protection. — Rheta Childe Dorr
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Outside Nature Sayings By Federico Fellini: Objects and their functions no longer had any significance. All I perceived was perception itself, Objects and their functions no longer had any significance. All I perceived was perception itself, the hell of forms and figures devoid of human emotion and detached from the reality of my unreal environment. I was an instrument in a virtual world that constantly renewed its own meaningless image in a living world that was itself perceived outside of nature. And since the appearance of things was no longer definitive but limitless, this paradisiacal awareness freed me from the reality external to myself. The fire and the rose, as it were, became one. — Federico Fellini
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Outside Nature Sayings By Alan W. Watts: Lao-tzu didn't actually say very much more about the meaning of Tao. The Way of Lao-tzu didn't actually say very much more about the meaning of Tao. The Way of Nature, the Way of happening self-so, or, if you like, the very process of life, was something which he was much too wise to define. For to try to say anything definite about the Tao is like trying to eat your mouth: you can't get outside it to chew it. To put it the other way round: anything you can chew is not your mouth. — Alan W. Watts
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Outside Nature Sayings By Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: Nothing from outside can stop a man from enjoying lasting peace and permanent joy in Nothing from outside can stop a man from enjoying lasting peace and permanent joy in life, for it is the essential nature of his own soul. — Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
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Outside Nature Sayings By Melissa C. Walker: Maybe we can just park and check out the fields," said Ethan. "It doesn't look Maybe we can just park and check out the fields," said Ethan. "It doesn't look like anyone's around."
I was sad to leave the playlist behind
I was worried the car was my snow globe and it would shatter without us being in this small space filled with music and sunlight.
It turned out, though, that the snow globe was bigger than I'd imagined. We high-stepped through grass that hadn't been mowed all spring, where blue and yellow wildflowers were growing. When we found a shady spot near a lone tree in the middle of the field, Ethan smoothed out some grass and said, "Let's sit. — Melissa C. Walker
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Outside Nature Sayings By Tomasz Chrusciel: It wasn't him speaking. It was panic, anger, fear, and confusion. But how could he It wasn't him speaking. It was panic, anger, fear, and confusion. But how could he show it on the outside? Men are supposed to be fearless. — Tomasz Chrusciel
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Outside Nature Sayings By Apolo Ohno: Japan, not only a mega-busy city that thrives on electronics and efficiency, actually has an Japan, not only a mega-busy city that thrives on electronics and efficiency, actually has an almost sacred appreciation of nature. One must travel outside of Tokyo to truly experience the 'old Japan' and more importantly feel these aspects of Japanese culture. — Apolo Ohno
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Outside Nature Sayings By Hugh Jackman: I know I'm not known as method. By nature I'm not a brooder. What I I know I'm not known as method. By nature I'm not a brooder. What I continue to use is a mixture of the English school, which is traditionally outside-in, and the more American way of working from the inside out. — Hugh Jackman
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Outside Nature Sayings By Bernard De Mandeville: They that examine into the Nature of Man, abstract from Art and Education, may observe, They that examine into the Nature of Man, abstract from Art and Education, may observe, that what renders him a Sociable Animal, consists not in his desire of Company, Good-nature, Pity, Affability, and other Graces of a fair Outside; but that his vilest and most hateful Qualities are the most necessary Accomplishments to fit him for the largest, and, according to the World, the happiest and most flourishing Societies. — Bernard De Mandeville
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Outside Nature Sayings By Tom Shadyac: Nature is an incredible cooperative. When things operate outside of that cooperative, they die off. Nature is an incredible cooperative. When things operate outside of that cooperative, they die off. It's a very simple rule that nature operates under. — Tom Shadyac
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Outside Nature Sayings By Kenneth Eade: Some of the most likeable people on the outside are capable of truly heinous things. Some of the most likeable people on the outside are capable of truly heinous things. — Kenneth Eade
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Outside Nature Sayings By Swami Dhyan Giten: During the summer I meditated outside in nature. Listening to the wind with the ears During the summer I meditated outside in nature. Listening to the wind with the ears are like listening to mere noise, but listening to the wind blowing through the trees from the inner silence and being one with the wind is like listening to the celestial music. — Swami Dhyan Giten
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Outside Nature Sayings By Oli Anderson: Remember: knowing originates on the inside, knowledge on the outside. Certain facts and concepts may Remember: knowing originates on the inside, knowledge on the outside. Certain facts and concepts may change, come into being, disappear, or be replaced, but what it is to be a human being will never really be all that different. Every person to ever live, now and the whole of history, has had a rich and elaborate world of inner experience, but it has mainly been flesh upon the same skeleton. We are all
born, come to terms with the world, and then come to terms with coming to terms with the world, as we go through the stages of puberty, old age, death and
making sense of it all in between. We all live the same process in different ways. Some live it longer than others and some cover more ground. But that's it. — Oli Anderson
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Outside Nature Sayings By Chris Sharma: I'm a rock climber. I really specialize in doing first ascents, and finding new routes I'm a rock climber. I really specialize in doing first ascents, and finding new routes outside, as opposed to doing competitions. I focus my energy on going out into nature and finding these new climbs. For me, it's not just this athletic pursuit - it's a really creative, artistic thing of finding these amazing formations out in nature, and mixing that with this high level of athleticism. — Chris Sharma
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Outside Nature Sayings By Deborah Bray Haddock: When a client enters therapy with a prior diagnosis, it might be difficult for the When a client enters therapy with a prior diagnosis, it might be difficult for the therapist to think outside of the box presented. One reason a dissociative individual might have several different diagnoses, however, is that as different parts present, they may also be presenting with diagnostic issues that are different from the host. Such differences especially make sense given the nature of DID. — Deborah Bray Haddock
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Outside Nature Sayings By Seneca.: Whatever is best for a human being lies outside human control: it can be neither Whatever is best for a human being lies outside human control: it can be neither given nor taken away. The world you see, nature's greatest and most glorious creation, and the human mind which gazes and wonders at it, and is the most splendid part of it, these are our own everlasting possessions and will remain with us as long as we ourselves remain. — Seneca.
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Outside Nature Sayings By Friedrich Engels: Thus at every step we are reminded that we by no means rule over nature Thus at every step we are reminded that we by no means rule over nature like a conqueror over a foreign people, like someone standing outside nature - but that we, with flesh, blood and brain, belong to nature, and exist in its midst, and that all our mastery of it consists in the fact that we have the advantage over all other creatures of being able to learn its laws and apply them correctly. — Friedrich Engels
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Outside Nature Sayings By Martine Batchelor: An act of meditation is actually an act of faithof faith in your spirit, in An act of meditation is actually an act of faith
of faith in your spirit, in your own potential. Faith is the basis of meditation. Not of faith in something outside you
a metaphysical buddha, an unattainable ideal, or someone else's words. The faith is in yourself, in your own 'buddha nature.' You too can be a buddha, an awakened being that lives and responds in a wise, creative, and compassionate way. — Martine Batchelor
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Outside Nature Sayings By Michael Shermer: The natural inclination in all humans is to posit a force, a spirit, outside of The natural inclination in all humans is to posit a force, a spirit, outside of us. That tendency toward superstitious magical thinking is just built into our nature. — Michael Shermer
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Outside Nature Sayings By Wendy Kopp: On average, our corps members stay in the classroom for eight years. But again, given On average, our corps members stay in the classroom for eight years. But again, given the systemic nature of educational inequity, we know it is vital that some of our alumni take their experience outside the classroom. — Wendy Kopp
Outside Nature Sayings By Lisa See: All the time, I looked out our lattice window. I watched the birds fly by. All the time, I looked out our lattice window. I watched the birds fly by. I followed the clouds on their travels. I studied the moon as it grew larger, then shrank. So much happened outside my window that I almost forgot what was happening inside that room. — Lisa See
Outside Nature Sayings By Jacob Bronowski: Yet, the principle of uncertainty is a bad name. In science or outside of it, Yet, the principle of uncertainty is a bad name. In science or outside of it, we are not uncertain. Our knowledge is merely confined within a certain tolerance. We should call it the principle of tolerance. First in the engineering sense. Science has progressed, step by step, the most successful enterprise in the ascent of man, because it has understood that the exchange of information between man and nature, and man and man, can only take place with a certain tolerance. But I also use the word, passionately, about the real world. All knowledge, all information, between human beings, can only be exchanged within a play of tolerance, and that's whether it's in science, or in literature, or in religion, or in politics, or in any form of though that aspires to dogma. — Jacob Bronowski
Outside Nature Sayings By Anne Frank: Go outside, to the country, enjoy the sun and all nature has to offer. Go Go outside, to the country, enjoy the sun and all nature has to offer. Go outside and try to recapture the happiness within yourself; think of all the beauty in yourself and in everything around you and be happy. — Anne Frank
Outside Nature Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: Money is a sort of instinct. It's a sort of property of nature in a Money is a sort of instinct. It's a sort of property of nature in a person to make money. It's nothing you do. It's no trick you play. It's a sort of permanent accident of your own nature; once you start, you make money, and you go on ... But you've got to begin ... You've got to get in. You can do nothing if you are kept outside. You've got to beat your way in. Once you've done that, you can't help it! — D.H. Lawrence
Outside Nature Sayings By Erich Fromm: Man is gifted with reason; he is life being aware of itself he has awareness Man is gifted with reason; he is life being aware of itself he has awareness of himself, of his fellow man, of his past, and of the possibilities of his future. This awareness of himself as a separate entity, the awareness of his own short life span, of the fact that without his will he is born and against his will he dies, that he will die before those whom he loves, or they before him, the awareness of his aloneness and separateness, of his helplessness before the forces of nature and of society, all this makes his separate, disunited existence an unbearable prison. He would become insane could he not liberate himself from this prison and reach out, unite himself in some form or other with men, with the world outside. — Erich Fromm
Outside Nature Sayings By John O'Donohue: The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart. The earth is not outside us; it is within: the clay from where the tree of the body grows. — John O'Donohue
Outside Nature Sayings By Karl Marx: The fact that labour is external to the worker, i.e., it does not belong to The fact that labour is external to the worker, i.e., it does not belong to his intrinsic nature; that in his work, therefore he does not affirm himself but denies himself, does not feel content but unhappy, does not develop freely his physical and mental energy but mortifies his body and his mind. The worker therefore only feels himself outside his work, and in his work feels outside himself. — Karl Marx
Outside Nature Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: To learn more about science, turn off your electronic device and go outside and look To learn more about science, turn off your electronic device and go outside and look around a bit. Nature is calling you. Go on. The internet will still be here. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Outside Nature Sayings By Rennie Sparks: I think 'Pretty Polly' is an attempt to speak to these same nature spirits. It I think 'Pretty Polly' is an attempt to speak to these same nature spirits. It is a ritual of bloodletting, an appeal to invisible forces, a cry to the goddess to come embrace us with her thorny arms. Polly's murder works as Joseph Campbell believed all myth worked - as a secret opening, a knife slashed in the veil of experience through which deep knowledge may seep. To those not gifted enough to hear the bean plants talk or to see the fairies dancing, myth may be our only access to places outside our conscious perception of reality. — Rennie Sparks
Outside Nature Sayings By Alberto Caeiro: A stagecoach passed by on the road and went on;And the road didn't become more A stagecoach passed by on the road and went on;
And the road didn't become more beautiful or even more ugly.
That's human action on the outside world.
We take nothing away and we put nothing back, we pass by and we forget;
And the sun is always punctual every day.

(5/7/14) — Alberto Caeiro
Outside Nature Sayings By Hilary Kornblith: When we recognise that reflective processes are no more outside the causal net than unreflective When we recognise that reflective processes are no more outside the causal net than unreflective processes, and that they are bound by similar constraints, we may come to understand the nature of reflection for the first time. — Hilary Kornblith
Outside Nature Sayings By Ayaan Hirsi Ali: People had contested the whole basis of the idea of God's power on earth, and People had contested the whole basis of the idea of God's power on earth, and they had done it with reasoning that was beautiful and compelling. Darwin said creation stories were a fairy tale. Freud said we had power over ourselves. Spinoza said there were no miracles, no angels, no need to pray to anything outside ourselves: God was us, and nature. Emil Durkheim said humans fantasized religion to give themselves a sense of security. — Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Outside Nature Sayings By Drew Gates: Instead of being a gift that separates us from the animals, free will has become Instead of being a gift that separates us from the animals, free will has become my gaoler. Junkies are the ultimate outsider, not only are we outside of society: we are outside of nature. I spit, turn, and wander towards the beach. Heroin gave me wings but took away the sky. — Drew Gates
Outside Nature Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: The Lord works from the inside out. The world works from the outside in. The The Lord works from the inside out. The world works from the outside in. The world would take people out of the slums. Christ would take the slums out of people, and then they would take themselves out of the slums.
The world would mold men by changing their environment. Christ changes men, who then change their environment. The world would shape human behavior, but Christ can change human nature. — Ezra Taft Benson
Outside Nature Sayings By Patty Loveless: I get around nature. I have a vegetable garden, and I enjoy being outside. I I get around nature. I have a vegetable garden, and I enjoy being outside. I do work quite a bit around the house. — Patty Loveless
Outside Nature Sayings By Sadhguru: Now the need for seeking something outside will completely disappear. Once you are blissful by Now the need for seeking something outside will completely disappear. Once you are blissful by your own nature, your life becomes an expression of your blissfulness, not a pursuit of happiness. — Sadhguru
Outside Nature Sayings By Cormac McCarthy: If fate is the law, then is fate also subject to that law? At some If fate is the law, then is fate also subject to that law? At some point we cannot escape naming responsibility. It's in our nature. Sometimes I think we are all like that myopic coiner at his press, taking the blind slugs one by one from the tray, all of us bent so jealously at our work, determined that not even chaos be outside of our own making. — Cormac McCarthy
Outside Nature Sayings By Debra Anastasia: Ready?" he asked. He motioned for her to look to the sky.She'd been on enough Ready?" he asked. He motioned for her to look to the sky.
She'd been on enough long walks with her father to know it was time to open her mind. Their times in nature usually held a secret surprise. It could be anything, really - a rainbow touching the snow or heart-shaped shade cast by a pair of trees. Anything. Today, the gift was being outside the second it started to snow.
"Ooh, Daddy! Look, it's like a salt shaker!" She stuck her tongue out for the newborn snowflakes.
Blake followed her lead. Snow tasted sweeter with Emme around. — Debra Anastasia
Outside Nature Sayings By Raymond Holliwell: If, for example, a drone bee in a hive has decided to lay down on If, for example, a drone bee in a hive has decided to lay down on its brothers and only do a half job, does Mother Nature agree and find a part time work for the special bee? She does not. She impresses the other bees, who are working hard to collect the honey and fill the hive, to send their soldiers after the drone. It is politely marched outside and stung to death. Nature destroys a lazy bee. — Raymond Holliwell
Outside Nature Sayings By Adele Von Rust McCormick: we have all, at some time or another, been guilty of mercilessness. Our own evil we have all, at some time or another, been guilty of mercilessness. Our own evil is a fact we often choose to ignore. Evil is not just "out there" but is the shadow Carl Jung described as lurking within every human. Whether we like it or not, it is our legacy, part and parcel of the human package. To step outside of our comfort zones and admit this takes courage, but without this sobering recognition we're more likely to lose our capacity for compassion, humility and forgiveness. If we lose our awareness of this side of our own nature, we risk becoming slaves to our own dark side. What goes unacknowledged in us has a tendency to grow larger.
Tenderness and compassion are qualities we must cultivate and never take for granted. This alone would make the world a better place by far. We — Adele Von Rust McCormick
Outside Nature Sayings By Anna Hope: Later, Ella looked for the two swallows in the eaves outside the window, watching them Later, Ella looked for the two swallows in the eaves outside the window, watching them even more closely now. The thought of them flying all that way, across mountains and seas and returning here, because this was their home - of them knowing how to find it - changed things. It was a new way of seeing; this was no longer just the place where women and men were kept, but the home of other creatures too, ones that had travelled far and still chosen it because this, above all other places, was the place to bring their families into the world. — Anna Hope
Outside Nature Sayings By Rosemary Radford Ruether: God is not a 'being' removed from creation, ruling it from outside in the manner God is not a 'being' removed from creation, ruling it from outside in the manner of a patriarchal ruler; God is the source of being that underlies creation and grounds its nature and future potential for continual transformative renewal in biophilic mutuality. — Rosemary Radford Ruether
Outside Nature Sayings By Carl Jung: Dreams are impartial, spontaneous products of the unconscious psyche, outside the control of the will. Dreams are impartial, spontaneous products of the unconscious psyche, outside the control of the will. They are pure nature; they show us the unvarnished, natural truth, and are therefore fitted, as nothing else is, to give us back an attitude that accords with our basic human nature when our consciousness has strayed too far from its foundations and run into an impasse. — Carl Jung
Outside Nature Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: Nature has neither core nor skin: she's both at once outside and in. Nature has neither core nor skin: she's both at once outside and in. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Outside Nature Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: Take the destiny upon yourself, and bear it, its burden andits greatness, without ever asking Take the destiny upon yourself, and bear it, its burden and
its greatness, without ever asking what reward might come from outside. For the creator must be a world for himself and must find everything in himself and in Nature, to whom his whole life is devoted. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Outside Nature Sayings By Anton Chekhov: And he thought about the Devil, in whom he did not believe, and he looked And he thought about the Devil, in whom he did not believe, and he looked around at the two windows where the fires were gleaming. It seemed to him that out of those crimson eyes the Devil himself was looking at him--that unknown force that had created the mutual relation of the strong and the weak, that coarse blunder which one could never correct. That strong must hinder the weak from living--such was the law of Nature; but only in a newspaper article or in a schoolbook was that intelligible and easily accepted. In the hotchpotch which was everyday life, in the tangle of trivialities out of which human relations were woven, it was no longer a law, but a logical absurdity, when the strong and the weak were both equally victims of their mutual relations, unwillingly submitting to some directing force, unknown, standing outside life, apart from man. — Anton Chekhov
Outside Nature Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: The artist, to my way of thinking, is a monstrosity, something outside nature. The artist, to my way of thinking, is a monstrosity, something outside nature. — Gustave Flaubert
Outside Nature Sayings By Mark Jenkins: Give your kids responsibility. Once outside, let them lead, who cares if you get lost; Give your kids responsibility. Once outside, let them lead, who cares if you get lost; it might be the best trip you've ever had. — Mark Jenkins
Outside Nature Sayings By Wendell Berry: We could say that the human race is a great coauthorship in which we are We could say that the human race is a great coauthorship in which we are collaborating with God and nature in the making of ourselves and one another. From this there is no escape. We may collaborate either well or poorly or we may refuse to collaborate, but even to refuse to collaborate is to exert an influence and to affect the quality of the product. This is only a way of saying that by ourselves we have no meaning and no dignity; by ourselves we are outside the human definition, outside our identity. — Wendell Berry
Outside Nature Sayings By Lydia Millet: Forget the buildings and the monuments. Let the softness of dark come in, all those Forget the buildings and the monuments. Let the softness of dark come in, all those light-years between stars and planets. Cities were the works of men but the earth before and after those cities, outside and beneath and around them, was the dream of a sleeping leviathan--it was god sleeping there and dreaming, the same god that was time and transfiguration. From whatever dreamed the dream at the source, atom or energy, flowed all the miracles of evolution--tiger, tiger burning bright, the massive whales in the deep, luminescent specters in their mystery. The pearls that were their eyes, their tongues that were wet leaves, their bodies that were the bodies of the fantastic.

Spectacular bestiaries of heaven, the limbs and tails of the gentle and the fearsome, silent or raging at will . . . they could never be known in every detail and they never should be. — Lydia Millet
Outside Nature Sayings By Sadhguru: The mind has no tools to enter the unconscious dimensions. Only if you are outside The mind has no tools to enter the unconscious dimensions. Only if you are outside of the mind you can look at everything the way it is. When you are in it, there is no way to dissect yourself. You can catch hold of somebody else and dissect them, but you cannot dissect yourself. Even if you do, you cannot see everything. If you are using any faculty of the mind you cannot truly be aware of the nature of the mind. — Sadhguru
Outside Nature Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: To anticipate, not the sunrise and the dawn merely, but, if possible, Nature herself! How To anticipate, not the sunrise and the dawn merely, but, if possible, Nature herself! How many mornings, summer and winter, before yet any neighbor was stirring about his business, have I been about mine ... So many autumn, ay, and winter days, spent outside the town, trying to hear what was in the wind, to hear and carry it express! I well-nigh sunk all my capital in it, and lost my own breath into the bargain, running in the face of it. — Henry David Thoreau
Outside Nature Sayings By Lionel Suggs: I live in a world where people are guided by limited imagination; only facts that I live in a world where people are guided by limited imagination; only facts that are favorable to them are truths. They are unable to live anyway else. When a person finds out that a fact is against them, it's usually because it's the truth. No one tries to step outside of the edge of reason. No one tries to step beyond the edge of the world. — Lionel Suggs
Outside Nature Sayings By R.J. Heller: In a tired time, with the light outside drifting away for another day and the In a tired time, with the light outside drifting away for another day and the lights inside flickering as they come to life, I cup my hands together and prepare to give thanks ... to the life of a day given to me. A day shared with past and present, living and dying, of body and not, and a realization that in everything that is, there is something that was. — R.J. Heller
Outside Nature Sayings By Diane Ackerman: The well of nature is full today. Time to go outside and take a drink. The well of nature is full today. Time to go outside and take a drink. — Diane Ackerman
Outside Nature Sayings By George W. Bush: In addition to declaring and destroying all of its weapons of mass destruction, Iraq must In addition to declaring and destroying all of its weapons of mass destruction, Iraq must end its support for terrorism. It must cease the persecution of its civilian population. It must stop all illicit trade outside the oil-for-food program. And it must release or account for all Gulf War personnel, including an American pilot, whose fate is still unknown. By taking these steps, and only by taking these steps, the Iraqi regime has an opportunity to avoid conflict. These steps would also change the nature of the Iraqi regime itself. America hopes the regime will make that choice. — George W. Bush
Outside Nature Sayings By Elmer Rice: If nature had intended our skeletons to be visible it would have put them on If nature had intended our skeletons to be visible it would have put them on the outside of our bodies. — Elmer Rice
Outside Nature Sayings By Bill Rodgers: Training need not be an all-or-nothing battle, involving punishing track practice, grueling calisthenics, and wrenching Training need not be an all-or-nothing battle, involving punishing track practice, grueling calisthenics, and wrenching interval sessions every afternoon. It could be a fun and easy cruise through the gorgeous New England countryside. It could be an act of freedom by which I could step outside myself and my racing mind. A long run in nature could even be a way to connect my physical body with the unseen spirit of the universe. — Bill Rodgers
Outside Nature Sayings By Saint Augustine: Our Lord reserved to Himself certain things which He would do in due time in Our Lord reserved to Himself certain things which He would do in due time in a manner outside the course and order of nature, so that they would wonder and be astonished at seeing not great but unusual things, who are unmoved by things daily seen. For the government of the world is a greater miracle than feeding five thousand men from five loaves; yet at the former no one wonders, the latter astonishes all men: not as a greater wonder, but as a rarer. — Saint Augustine
Outside Nature Sayings By Luther Burbank: Do not feed children on a maudlin sentimentalism or dogmatic religion; give them nature. Let Do not feed children on a maudlin sentimentalism or dogmatic religion; give them nature. Let their souls drink in all that is pure and sweet. Rear them, if possible, amid pleasant surroundings ... Let nature teach them the lessons of good and proper living, combined with an abundance of well-balanced nourishment. Those children will grow to be the best men and women. Put the best in them by contact with the best outside. They will absorb it as a plant absorbs the sunshine and the dew. — Luther Burbank
Outside Nature Sayings By Saint Basil: The love of God is not taught. No one has taught us to enjoy the The love of God is not taught. No one has taught us to enjoy the light or to be attached to life more than anything else. And no one has taught us to love the two people who brought us into the world and educated us. Which is all the more reason to believe that we did not learn to love God as a result of outside instruction. In the very nature of every human being has been sown the seed of the ability to love. You and I ought to welcome this seed, cultivate it carefully, nourish it attentively and foster its growth by going to the school of God's commandments with help of His grace. — Saint Basil
Outside Nature Sayings By Zhuge Liang: Nothing is harder to see into thanpeoples nature. The sage looks at subtle phenomena and Nothing is harder to see into thanpeoples nature. The sage looks at subtle phenomena and listens tosmall voices. This harmonizes the outside with the inside and the inside with the outside. — Zhuge Liang
Outside Nature Sayings By Diane Ackerman: I may enter a zone of transcendence, in which I marvel at all the accidents I may enter a zone of transcendence, in which I marvel at all the accidents of fate, since the beginning of life on earth, that led to my genes being created and my standing in this particular garden in a contemplative and imagining mind. I've been reading recently how reflection evolved. what a fascinating solution to the rigors of survival ... how amazing that a few basic ingredients- the same ones that form the mountains, plants, and rivers- when arranged differently and stressed could result in us.
More and more of late, I find myself standing outside of life, with a sense of the human saga laid out before me. it is a private vision, balanced between youth and old age, a vision in which I understand how caught up in striving we humans get, and a little of why, and how difficult it is even to recognize, since it feels integral to our nature and is. but I find it interesting that, according to many religions, life and begins and ends in a garden. — Diane Ackerman
Outside Nature Sayings By Mikhail Lomonosov: Nature uncovers the inner secrets of nature in two ways: one by the force of Nature uncovers the inner secrets of nature in two ways: one by the force of bodies operating outside it; the other by the very movements of its innards. The external actions are strong winds, rains, river currents, sea waves, ice, forest fires, floods; there is only one internal force-earthquake. — Mikhail Lomonosov
Outside Nature Sayings By Wil S. Hylton: Exactly who does use the safe-haven laws is difficult to discern. Most states make no Exactly who does use the safe-haven laws is difficult to discern. Most states make no effort to study the cases or compile any data, and the anonymous nature of the process makes outside research nearly impossible. — Wil S. Hylton
Outside Nature Sayings By Chelsea Krost: I love feeling in touch with Mother Nature. Spending time outside - whether it's hiking, I love feeling in touch with Mother Nature. Spending time outside - whether it's hiking, biking, walking on the beach, or lying in the sun - brings me clarity and energy. — Chelsea Krost
Outside Nature Sayings By Thomas French: Despite all their flaws, zoos wake us up. They invite us to step outside our Despite all their flaws, zoos wake us up. They invite us to step outside our most basic assumptions. Offered for our contemplation, the animals remind us of nature's impossibly varied schemes for survival, all the strategies that species rely upon for courtship and mating and protecting the young and establishing dominance and hunting for something to eat and avoiding being eaten. On a good day, zoos shake people into recognizing the manifold possibilities of existence, what it's like to walk across the Earth, or swim in its oceans of fly above its forests - even though most animals on display will never have the chance to do any of those things again, at least not in the wild. — Thomas French
Outside Nature Sayings By Wright Morris: There's little to see, but things leave an impression. It's a matter of time and There's little to see, but things leave an impression. It's a matter of time and repetition. As something old wears thin or out, something new wears in. The handle on the pump, the crank on the churn, the dipper floating in the bucket, the latch on the screen, the door on the privy, the fender on the stove, the knees of the pants and the seat of the chair, the handle of the brush and the lid to the pot exist in time but outside taste; they wear in more than they wear out. It can't be helped. It's neither good nor bad. It's the nature of life. — Wright Morris
Outside Nature Sayings By Crispin Tickell: As long as Nature is seen as something outside ourselves; frontiered and foreign, separate, it As long as Nature is seen as something outside ourselves; frontiered and foreign, separate, it is lost both to us and in us. It follows that to achieve a society in harmony with Nature, we must be guided by respect for it. — Crispin Tickell
Outside Nature Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: Outside the wind howled down Baker Street, while the rain beat fiercely against the windows. Outside the wind howled down Baker Street, while the rain beat fiercely against the windows. It was strange there, in the very depths of the town, with ten miles of man's handiwork on every side of us, to feel the iron grip of Nature, and to be conscious that to the huge elemental forces all London was no more than the molehills that dot the fields. — Arthur Conan Doyle
Outside Nature Sayings By Lee Goldberg: So there you have it: Nature is a rotten mess. But that's only the beginning. So there you have it: Nature is a rotten mess. But that's only the beginning. If you take your eyes off it for one second, it will kill you. Thorns, insects, fungus, worms, birds, reptiles, wild animals, raging rivers, bottomless ravines, dry deserts, snow, quicksand, tumbleweeds, sap, and mud. Rot, poison and death. That's Nature."
"It's a wonder you even step outside of your cabin," I said.
"My bravery exceeds my good sense," he said. — Lee Goldberg
Outside Nature Sayings By Kevin J. Anderson: For a feature in next month's issue of Prog magazine, the photographer spent many hours For a feature in next month's issue of Prog magazine, the photographer spent many hours setting up a photo shoot of me with part of my music collection in my writing office. Since I do most of my writing outside in nature, we felt this shot was most representative. — Kevin J. Anderson
Outside Nature Sayings By Bill Watterson: Calvin: Today for show and tell, I've brought a tiny miracle of nature: a single Calvin: Today for show and tell, I've brought a tiny miracle of nature: a single snowflake! I think we might all learn a lesson from how this utterly unique and exquisite crystal turns into an ordinary, boring molecule of water just like every other one when you bring it into the classroom.
And now, while the analogy sinks in, I will be leaving you drips and going outside ... — Bill Watterson
Outside Nature Sayings By Brian W. Porter: You're never lost. You always know exactly where you are. You're right here. It's just You're never lost. You always know exactly where you are. You're right here. It's just that sometimes you've misplaced your destination.
Brian W. Porter 2005
Have you ever wondered how the computer you're using got to the store? How about your medicines, the food you eat, the clothes you wear, the furniture, the plants in the garden center? Do they have a railroad right there? Does merchandise magically appear? Only if you grow your own food, make your own clothes, make your own tools, cut your own wood, and make your own furniture, can you get away from trucking. Everything you see, even the nature outside in some places, has been on at least one truck. — Brian W. Porter
Outside Nature Sayings By Adam Thirlwell: Krzhizhanovsky wanted to perform imaginary experiments with the nature of time and space. Outside, in Krzhizhanovsky wanted to perform imaginary experiments with the nature of time and space. Outside, in the streets, the Communist state was busy performing such experiments for real. In response, Krzhizhanovsky's prose has a recklessly unstable tone in which delighted examination of impossible worlds can slip into ferocious political sarcasm ... It is a method for investigating how much unreality reality can bear. — Adam Thirlwell
Outside Nature Sayings By Cathleen Falsani: Outside, it feels like there is less standing between the Creator and us. There is Outside, it feels like there is less standing between the Creator and us. There is a lingering visceral connection we can hear and see and smell, reminders of the bond between Creator and creation, like the mountain sage crushed up in the pocket of the sweatshirt I was wearing on a short, muddy hike the other day. In — Cathleen Falsani
Outside Nature Sayings By Albert Einstein: Of what significance is one's existence, one is basically unaware. What does a fish know Of what significance is one's existence, one is basically unaware. What does a fish know about the water in which he swims all his life? The bitter and the sweet come from outside. The hard from within, from one's own efforts. For the most part I do what my own nature drives me to do. It is embarrassing to earn such respect and love for it. — Albert Einstein
Outside Nature Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: This is the fundamental idea of culture, insofar as it sets but one task for This is the fundamental idea of culture, insofar as it sets but one task for each of us: to further the production of the philosopher, of the artist, and of the saint within us and outside us, and thereby to work at the consummation of nature. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Outside Nature Sayings By Vine Deloria Jr.: It is this subtle dimension of understanding that marks the southwestern Indian peoples from other It is this subtle dimension of understanding that marks the southwestern Indian peoples from other religions and separates tribal peoples from the world's religions. Somewhere in the planetary history religious expression changed from participation in the sound, color and rhythm of nature to the abstractions of man outside this context pleading for temporary respite and hoping in the next life to return to the Garden. — Vine Deloria Jr.
Outside Nature Sayings By Sadhguru: Without knowing the essential nature of this (referring to the self), we are trying to Without knowing the essential nature of this (referring to the self), we are trying to make a life outside. That is the biggest mistake humanity has made.


The first and foremost thing you must know is this (referring to the selfx). Then you can handle the external like a play, without any effort. — Sadhguru
Outside Nature Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: As yesterday and the historical ages are past, as the work of today is present, As yesterday and the historical ages are past, as the work of today is present, so some flitting perspectives and demi-experiences of the life that is in nature are in time veritably future, or rather outside to time, perennial, young, divine, in the wind and rain which never die. — Henry David Thoreau
Outside Nature Sayings By Robert Holden: Happiness is always possible - the only thing that really holds you back is your Happiness is always possible - the only thing that really holds you back is your mind. You have probably already noticed that the happiest times in your life are when you are not thinking. It's a wonderful thing to stand outside your ego, to surrender to the flow, and to participate fully in a hobby, in nature, in meditation, in prayer, in art, in dance, in sport, and in the moment. — Robert Holden
Outside Nature Sayings By Reinhold Niebuhr: The scientific observer of the realm of nature is in a sense naturally and inevitably The scientific observer of the realm of nature is in a sense naturally and inevitably disinterested. At least, nothing in the natural scene can arouse his bias. Furthermore, he stands completely outside of the natural so that his mind, whatever his limitations, approximates pure mind. The observer of the realm of history cannot be disinterested in the same way, for two reasons: first, he must look at history from some locus in history; secondly, he is to a certain degree engaged in its ideological conflicts. — Reinhold Niebuhr
Outside Nature Sayings By Baruch Spinoza: Most of those who have written about the Affects, and men's way of living, seem Most of those who have written about the Affects, and men's way of living, seem to treat, not of natural things, which follow the common laws of nature, but of things that are outside nature. Indeed they seem to conceive man in nature as a dominion within a dominion. For they believe that man disturbs, rather than follows, the order of nature, that he has absolute power over his actions, and that he is determined only by himself. — Baruch Spinoza
Outside Nature Sayings By Emily Dickinson: I had been hungry all the years- My noon had come, to dine- I, trembling, I had been hungry all the years- My noon had come, to dine- I, trembling, drew the table near And touched the curious wine. 'Twas this on tables I had seen When turning, hungry, lone, I looked in windows, for the wealth I could not hope to own. I did not know the ample bread, 'Twas so unlike the crumb The birds and I had often shared In Nature's diningroom. The plenty hurt me, 'twas so new,
Myself felt ill and odd, As berry of a mountain bush Transplanted to the road. Nor was I hungry; so I found That hunger was a way Of persons outside windows, The entering takes away. — Emily Dickinson
Outside Nature Sayings By Chris Hayes: It's not uncommon for revolutions to stem from a radicalized group just outside the circle It's not uncommon for revolutions to stem from a radicalized group just outside the circle of power. That's what the French Revolution was all about; that's what the American Revolution was. The question is: Will all those groups, because of the nature of partisan polarization and ideological polarization, just fight each other? Or is there capacity to organize? — Chris Hayes
Outside Nature Sayings By Tom Turner: The strengths landscape architecture draws from its garden design heritage include: the Vitruvian design tradition The strengths landscape architecture draws from its garden design heritage include: the Vitruvian design tradition of balancing utility, firmness and beauty; use of the word 'landscape' to mean 'a good place' - as the objective of the design process; a comprehensive approach to open space planning involving city parks, greenways and nature outside towns; a planning theory about the contextualisation of development projects; the principle that development plans should be adapted to their landscape context. — Tom Turner
Outside Nature Sayings By John O'Donohue: The earth is our origin and destination. The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated The earth is our origin and destination. The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart. The earth is not outside us; it is within: the clay from where the tree of the body grows. When we emerge from our offices, rooms and houses, we enter our natural element. We are children of the earth: people to whom the outdoors is home. Nothing can separate us from the vigour and vibrancy of this inheritance. In contrast to our frenetic, saturated lives, the earth offers a calming stillness. Movement and growth in nature takes time. The patience of nature enjoys the ease of trust and hope. There is something in our clay nature that needs to continually experience this ancient, outer ease of the world. It helps us remember who we are and why we are here. — John O'Donohue
Outside Nature Sayings By Thomas Moore: Let me define a garden as the meeting of raw nature and the human imagination Let me define a garden as the meeting of raw nature and the human imagination in which both seek the fulfillment of their beauty. Every sign indicates that nature wants us and wishes for collaboration with us, just as we long for nature to be fulfilled in us. If our original state was to live in a garden, as Adam and Eve did, then a garden signals our absolute origins as well as our condition of eternity, while life outside the garden is time and temporality. — Thomas Moore
Outside Nature Sayings By Rick Horne: Neither parenting, Christian education, heritage, nor fine church involvement can alter anyone's essential sin nature. Neither parenting, Christian education, heritage, nor fine church involvement can alter anyone's essential sin nature. To lie, make self-centered choices, be destructive, or be deeply hurtful to oneself or others may be "out of character," but it is not outside of any human being's nature. — Rick Horne
Outside Nature Sayings By Herbert Turnbull: The usefulness of mathematics in furthering the sciences is commonly acknowledged: but outside the ranks The usefulness of mathematics in furthering the sciences is commonly acknowledged: but outside the ranks of the experts there is little inquiry into its nature and purpose as a deliberate human activity. Doubtless this is due to the inevitable drawback that mathematical study is saturated with technicalities from beginning to end. — Herbert Turnbull
Outside Nature Sayings By Jennifer Connelly: Growing up, being watched from the outside ... it's kind of very taxing and maybe Growing up, being watched from the outside ... it's kind of very taxing and maybe I should just do some kind of manual labor-it might be more relaxing. But I can't, it's not in my nature. — Jennifer Connelly