Rabbi Loew Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Rabbi Loew Sayings By Isaac Asimov: Rabbi Loew of sixteenth-century Prague. He is supposed to have formed an artificial human being Rabbi Loew of sixteenth-century Prague. He is supposed to have formed an artificial human being - a robot - out of clay, just as God had formed Adam out of clay. A clay object, however much it might resemble a human being, is "an unformed substance" (the Hebrew word for it is "golem"), since it lacks the attributes of life. Rabbi Loew, however, gave his golem the attributes of life by making use of the sacred name of God, and set the robot to work protecting the lives of Jews against their persecutors. — Isaac Asimov
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Rabbi Loew Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: Whenever you correct someone's grammar just remember that nobody likes you. Whenever you correct someone's grammar just remember that nobody likes you. — Jim Gaffigan
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Rabbi Loew Sayings By Kage Baker: In 1913, the noted German actor and director Paul Wegener was making a film in In 1913, the noted German actor and director Paul Wegener was making a film in Prague when he heard the legend of Rabbi Loew, who created a golem to protect the inhabitants of the Prague ghetto from persecution. — Kage Baker
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Rabbi Loew Sayings By Hugh Howey: The ice on the next pane was already disturbed, had been wiped away by someone The ice on the next pane was already disturbed, had been wiped away by someone recently. Beads of condensation stood like tiny lenses warping the light. He rubbed the glass and knew what had happened. He saw the woman inside with the auburn hair that she sometimes kept in a bun. This was not his wife. This was someone who wanted that, wanted him like that. 'Hello?' Troy turned toward the voice. — Hugh Howey
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Rabbi Loew Sayings By Marc Guggenheim: You can save the city, but having the city be in jeopardy is one thing You can save the city, but having the city be in jeopardy is one thing and having the people you care about be in jeopardy is another. — Marc Guggenheim
Rabbi Loew Sayings By Saul Bellow: Imagination is a force of nature. Imagination is a force of nature. — Saul Bellow
Rabbi Loew Sayings By Deborah Harkness: One should find wholeness in marriage, Gabriel, but it should not be a prison for One should find wholeness in marriage, Gabriel, but it should not be a prison for either party, said Rabbi Loew. — Deborah Harkness
Rabbi Loew Sayings By Iain Sinclair: I mean that certain fictions, chiefly Conan Doyle, Stevenson, but many others also, laid out I mean that certain fictions, chiefly Conan Doyle, Stevenson, but many others also, laid out a template that was more powerful than any local documentary account - the presences that they created, or "figures" if you prefer it, like Rabbi Loew's Golem, became too much and too fast to be contained within the conventional limits of that fiction. They got out into the stream of time, the ether; they escaped into the labyrinth. They achieved an independent existence.
The writers were mediums; they articulated, they gave a shape to some pattern of energy that was already present. They got in on the curve of time, so that by writing, by holding off the inhibiting reflex of the rational mind, they were able to propose a text that was prophetic. — Iain Sinclair
Rabbi Loew Sayings By Michael Chabon: Every universe, our own included, begins in conversation. Every golem in the history of the Every universe, our own included, begins in conversation. Every golem in the history of the world, from Rabbi Hanina's delectable goat to the river-clay Frankenstein of Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel, was summoned into existence through language, through murmuring, recital, and kabbalistic chitchat
was, literally, talked into life. — Michael Chabon
Rabbi Loew Sayings By Karen Hawkins: Family is the only anchor that will hold in a choppy sea. Family is the only anchor that will hold in a choppy sea. — Karen Hawkins