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Reality'transcending Sayings By Marcel Proust: We fall in love for a smile, a glance, a bare shoulder. That is enough; We fall in love for a smile, a glance, a bare shoulder. That is enough; then, in the long hours of hope or sorrow, we fabricate a person, we compose a character. And when later on we see much of the beloved person, we can no longer, whatever the cruel reality that confronts us, strip off that good character, that nature of a woman who loves us, from the person who bestows that glance, bares that shoulder, than we can when she has grown old eliminate her youthful face from a person whom we have known since her girlhood. — Marcel Proust
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Richard Helms: A zen couch potato is a person who contemplates the nature of televised existence. A zen couch potato is a person who contemplates the nature of televised existence. — Richard Helms
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Reality'transcending Sayings By James Crumley: I try to stay two drinks ahead of reality and three behind a drunk I try to stay two drinks ahead of reality and three behind a drunk — James Crumley
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Uncle Arnie Mamath: Things are more like they are now ... than they have EVER been before! Things are more like they are now ... than they have EVER been before! — Uncle Arnie Mamath
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Nathan Garrison: VOREN'S BRUSHSTROKES BEAT a steady cadence against the canvas, pausing only to dip into globs VOREN'S BRUSHSTROKES BEAT a steady cadence against the canvas, pausing only to dip into globs of vibrant paint to be renewed in color, in life, in power. Power to translate reality into dream, dream into emotion, and emotion - transcending comprehension - into its own newly expressed reality. — Nathan Garrison
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Dick Gregory: America is concerned more with the possibility of moon folks than the reality of hungry America is concerned more with the possibility of moon folks than the reality of hungry poor folks. — Dick Gregory
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Francis Fukuyama: As a piece of travel literature alone, 'The Ends of the Earth' succeeds in providing As a piece of travel literature alone, 'The Ends of the Earth' succeeds in providing a tangible sense of the sweaty, smelly reality of many exotic points on the map, with glimpses of their cruelty but also, occasionally, of beauty and human kindness. As a piece of analysis, it is deeply thought-provoking. — Francis Fukuyama
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Tulip Siddiq: We must confront the reality that his [Donald Trump] comments have provoked, and consider whether We must confront the reality that his [Donald Trump] comments have provoked, and consider whether we want to import such hatred to this country. — Tulip Siddiq
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Henry Miller: Everyone has his own reality in which, if one is not too cautious, timid or Everyone has his own reality in which, if one is not too cautious, timid or frightened, one swims. This is the only reality there is. — Henry Miller
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Jamie Magee: Living is painful. Without pain, reality would escape us and the lessons the world has Living is painful. Without pain, reality would escape us and the lessons the world has for us will go untaught. — Jamie Magee
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Louis William Countryman: In reality, humility means nothing other than complete honesty about yourself. In reality, humility means nothing other than complete honesty about yourself. — Louis William Countryman
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Reality'transcending Sayings By David Richo: Once we understand that what happens beyond our control may be just what we need, Once we understand that what happens beyond our control may be just what we need, we see that acceptance of reality can be our way of participating in our own evolution. — David Richo
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Reality'transcending Sayings By John Ralston Saul: Again and again the schools which form the twentieth century's elites throughout the West refer Again and again the schools which form the twentieth century's elites throughout the West refer to their Socratic heritage. The implication is that doubt is constantly raised in their search for truth. In reality the way they teach is the opposite of a Socratic dialogue. In the Athenian's case every answer raised a question. With the contemporary elites every question produces an answer. Socrates would have thrown the modern elites out of his academy. — John Ralston Saul
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Dori Laub: The traumatic event, although real, took place outside the parameters of "normal" reality, such as The traumatic event, although real, took place outside the parameters of "normal" reality, such as causality, sequence, place, and time. The trauma is thus an event that has no beginning, no ending, no before, no during and no after. This absence of categories that define it lends it to a quality of "otherness", a salience, a timelessness and a ubiquity that puts it outside the range of associatively linked experiences, outside the range of comprehension, of recounting and of mastery. Trauma survivors live not with memories of the past, but with an event that could not and did not proceed through to its completion, has no ending, attained no closure, and therefore, as far as its survivors are concerned, continues into the present and is current in every respect. — Dori Laub
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Ronnie McBrayer: By telling stories, Jesus isn't somehow putting sugar in a spoon to make the medicine By telling stories, Jesus isn't somehow putting sugar in a spoon to make the medicine go down a bit easier. These stories are the medicine. These stories are an extension and explanation of Jesus' revolutionary ministry. These stories show us that things are not as they appear. Our tidy, well-packaged ideas about spirituality, faith, and reality shatter when confronted by Christ and the God he represents. — Ronnie McBrayer
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Stephen Cope: I understood that the attachment to myself and my image ... was actually taking me I understood that the attachment to myself and my image ... was actually taking me away from my self, away from this wonderful opportunity to just sit, just breathe, just feel the warm animal of my body, just feel the soft, sultry heat of June. The density of my attachment was making it impossible for me to have a truly satisfying experience of life in my body just as it was in the moment. When under the sway of this obsession, my mind's attention was always in the fantasized future, or the idealized or devalued past - never present to the reality of the moment. — Stephen Cope
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Many things can be released into our lives in the spirit realm through a ministry Many things can be released into our lives in the spirit realm through a ministry — Sunday Adelaja
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Edward Howard Griggs: Life is always difficult in proportion to its intensity and reality. Life is always difficult in proportion to its intensity and reality. — Edward Howard Griggs
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Neville Goddard: You determine your assumptions in this way: Form a mental image, a picture of the You determine your assumptions in this way: Form a mental image, a picture of the state desired, of the person you want to be. Concentrate your attention upon the feeling that you are already that person. First, visualize the picture in your consciousness. Then feel yourself to be in that state as though it actually formed your surrounding world. By your imagination that which was a mere mental image is changed into a seemingly solid reality. The great secret is a controlled imagination and a well-sustained attention firmly and repeatedly focused on the object to be accomplished. It cannot be emphasized too much that, by creating an ideal within your mental sphere, by assuming that you are already that ideal, you identify yourself with it and — Neville Goddard
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Reality was once a dream that took flight. Reality was once a dream that took flight. — Shannon L. Alder
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Andrew Harvey: We are so addicted, either to materialism or to transcending material reality, that we don't We are so addicted, either to materialism or to transcending material reality, that we don't see God right in front of us, in the beggar, the starving child, the brokenhearted woman; in our friend; in the cat; in the flea. We miss it, and in missing it, we allow the world to be destroyed. — Andrew Harvey
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Laura Riding: Euripides seems to have felt that the dignified perfection of Sophocles could be challenged only Euripides seems to have felt that the dignified perfection of Sophocles could be challenged only by novelty and irresponsibility. The religious conditions of the Dionysian festival kept him within certain bounds ... But within the imposed limits Euripides was as profane as he dared to be, making melodrama of the divine realities which his predecessors accepted religiously, using the stage merely as a convenience for popularizing his own eccentric values. — Laura Riding
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Reality'transcending Sayings By George Eliot: The daylight changes the aspect of misery to us, as of everything else. In the The daylight changes the aspect of misery to us, as of everything else. In the night it presses on our imagination - the forms it takes are false, fitful, exaggerated; in broad day it sickens our sense with the dreary persistence of definite measurable reality. The man who looks with ghastly horror on all his property aflame in the dead of night, has not half the sense of destitution he will have in the morning, when he walks over the ruins lying blackened in the pitiless sunshine. — George Eliot
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: The moment when mortality, ephemerality, uncertainty, suffering, or the possibility of change arrives can split The moment when mortality, ephemerality, uncertainty, suffering, or the possibility of change arrives can split a life in two. Facts and ideas we might have heard a thousand times assume a vivid, urgent, felt reality. We knew them then, but they matter now. They are like guests that suddenly speak up and make demands upon us; sometimes they appear as guides, sometimes they just wreck what came before or shove us out the door. We answer them, when we answer, with how we lead our lives. Sometimes what begins as bad news prompts the true path of a life, a disruptive visitor that might be thanked only later. Most of us don't change until we have to, and crisis is often what obliges us to do so. Crises are often resolved only through anew identity and new purpose, whether it's that of a nation or a single human being. — Rebecca Solnit
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Ron Chernow: We have left behind the rosy agrarian rhetoric and slaveholding reality of Jeffersonian democracy and We have left behind the rosy agrarian rhetoric and slaveholding reality of Jeffersonian democracy and reside in the bustling world of trade, industry, stock markets, and banks that Hamilton envisioned. (Hamilton's staunch abolitionism formed an integral feature of this economic vision.) He has also emerged as the uncontested visionary in anticipating the shape and powers of the federal government. At a time when Jefferson and Madison celebrated legislative power as the purest expression of the popular will, Hamilton argued for a dynamic executive branch and an independent judiciary, along with a professional military, a central bank, and an advanced financial system. Today, we are indisputably the heirs to Hamilton's America, and to repudiate his legacy is, in many ways, to repudiate the modern world. — Ron Chernow
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: Our goal is to go from bright to brighter to brightest, from high to higher Our goal is to go from bright to brighter to brightest, from high to higher to highest. And even in the highest, there is no end to our progress, for God Himself is inside each of us and God at every moment is transcending His own Reality. — Sri Chinmoy
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Terry Goodkind: Reason. The first law of reason is this: what exists, exists; what is, is. From Reason. The first law of reason is this: what exists, exists; what is, is. From this irreducible, bedrock principle, all knowledge is built. This is the foundation from which life is embraced. Reason is a choice. Wishes and whims are not facts, nor are they a means to discovering them. Reason is our only way of grasping reality - it's our basic tool of survival. We are free to evade the effort of thinking, to reject reason, but we are not free to avoid the penalty of the abyss we refuse to see. — Terry Goodkind
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Mary Crocker Cook: At its heart, Codependency is a set of behaviors developed to manage the anxiety that At its heart, Codependency is a set of behaviors developed to manage the anxiety that comes when our primary attachments are formed with people who are inconsistent or unavailable in their response to us. Our anxiety-based responses to life can include over-reactivity, image management, unrealistic beliefs about our limits, and attempts to control the reality of others to the point where we lose our boundaries, self-esteem, and even our own reality. Ultimately, Codependency is a chronic stress disease, which can devastate our immune system and lead to systemic and even life-threatening illness. — Mary Crocker Cook
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Jane Roberts: The private experience that you perceive forms your world, period. But which world do you The private experience that you perceive forms your world, period. But which world do you inhabit? For if you altered your private sensations of reality, then that world, seemingly the only one, would also change. You do go through transformations of beliefs all the time, and your perception of the world is different. You seem to be, no longer, the person you that you were. You are quite correct - you are not the person that you were, and your world has changed, and not just symbolically. — Jane Roberts
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Kesh: Being a digital artist enables me to take my signature pieces and place them in Being a digital artist enables me to take my signature pieces and place them in a dimensional reality that only really exists within my head. Then I can bring it to life. — Kesh
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Reality'transcending Sayings By Theodore Volgoff: Sometimes a dream can appear more real than reality itself. Sometimes a dream can appear more real than reality itself. — Theodore Volgoff
Reality'transcending Sayings By Tahir Shah: Time spent in India has a extraordinary effect on one. It acts as a barrier Time spent in India has a extraordinary effect on one. It acts as a barrier that makes the rest of the world seem unreal. — Tahir Shah
Reality'transcending Sayings By Henry Cloud: Grief is accepting the reality of what is. That is grief's job and purpose-to allow Grief is accepting the reality of what is. That is grief's job and purpose-to allow us to come to terms with the way things really are, so that we can move on. Grief is a gift of God. Without it, we would all be condemned to a life of continually denying reality, arguing or protesting against reality, and never growing from the realities we experience. — Henry Cloud
Reality'transcending Sayings By Joanna Russ: I often wonder why women have careers,' said Shredded Napkin suddenly, showing his teeth. I I often wonder why women have careers,' said Shredded Napkin suddenly, showing his teeth. I don't think he can possibly be saying what I think he's saying. He isn't, of course. Never mind. I'll stand this because Reality is dishing it out and I suppose I ought to learn to adjust to it. Besides, he may be sincere. There is a human being in there. At least he isn't telling me about something he read in the paper on women's liberation and then laughing at it. — Joanna Russ
Reality'transcending Sayings By Ralph Eugene Meatyard: I work in several different groups of pictures which act on and with each other I work in several different groups of pictures which act on and with each other - ranging from several abstracted manners to a form for the surreal. I have been called a preacher - but, in reality, I'm more generally philosophical. I have never made an abstracted photograph without content. An educated background in Zen influences all of my photographs. It has been said that my work resembles, more closely than any photographer, Le Douanier Rousseau - working in a fairly isolated area and feeding mostly on myself - I feel that I am a primitive photographer. — Ralph Eugene Meatyard
Reality'transcending Sayings By Gabourey Sidibe: I've grown up with girls that are like Precious. I've grown up with people that I've grown up with girls that are like Precious. I've grown up with people that are like everyone that I read about in that book. And so years later, when I was given the role, I just felt a huge responsibility to show the reality of that situation and to show that we're not making it up. — Gabourey Sidibe
Reality'transcending Sayings By Eric Metaxas: If God is God, he is the God of reality and facts and science and If God is God, he is the God of reality and facts and science and history. — Eric Metaxas
Reality'transcending Sayings By Bob Colacello: Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, ran it on two screens, where each scene was in a different room at the Chelsea Hotel with these people he called 'Superstars who were basically super-exhibitionists - the guy in one room high on LSD talking about masturbation, Brigid Berlin in another room playing a lesbian and shooting up people with amphetamines right through their jeans, it was all real and they were really doing it (though Brigid is now a proper lady), but you know Andy really did pre-date reality TV. — Bob Colacello
Reality'transcending Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: Intelligence has got the upper hand to such an extent that it transforms the real Intelligence has got the upper hand to such an extent that it transforms the real task into an unreal trick and reality into a play. — Soren Kierkegaard
Reality'transcending Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: We are life. We are the result of life's power, and we are the channels We are life. We are the result of life's power, and we are the channels through which that power courses. We want truth, but we reach for more knowledge instead - and then we must defend what we believe. Knowledge makes a small impression on the world compared to the power of truth - even when it serves life, elevating awareness and creating dreams of impeccability. How can knowledge serve better? How can we stop it from doing harm and creating conflict? First, we can see knowledge for what it is - all the agreements we make about reality - and get some perspective. Then we can listen to ourselves. We can modify both our thinking and our emotional attachment to thought. We can win the war in our heads, one that has gone on long enough. We can nurture a belief in ourselves and drift away from the crowd. — Miguel Ruiz
Reality'transcending Sayings By Cinda Williams Chima: The human mind had a remarkable ability both to discount what it sees and make The human mind had a remarkable ability both to discount what it sees and make reality conform to expectation. — Cinda Williams Chima
Reality'transcending Sayings By Louis Aragon: There are other relations besides reality, which the mind is capable of grasping and which There are other relations besides reality, which the mind is capable of grasping and which also are primary, like chance, illusion, the fantastic, the dream. — Louis Aragon
Reality'transcending Sayings By Steve Sabol: I have loved football as an almost mythic game since I was in the fourth I have loved football as an almost mythic game since I was in the fourth grade. To me, the game wasn't even grounded in reality. The uniform turned you into a warrior. Being on a team, the mythology of physical combat, the struggle against the elements, the narrative of the game. — Steve Sabol
Reality'transcending Sayings By Matthew Quick: Real life often ends badly, like our marriage did, Pat. And literature tries to document Real life often ends badly, like our marriage did, Pat. And literature tries to document this reality, while showing us it is still possible for people to endure nobly. It sounds like you have endured very nobly since you returned to New Jersey, and I want you to know I admire that. I hope you are able to reinvent yourself and live out the rest of your life with a quiet sense of satisfaction, which is what I have been trying to do since we parted. — Matthew Quick
Reality'transcending Sayings By Dan Ariely: We talk about honesty, but the reality is we have lots of human values, and We talk about honesty, but the reality is we have lots of human values, and they are not all compatible. We don't always tell the truth about everything, no matter what the consequences. — Dan Ariely
Reality'transcending Sayings By Robert Adams: Never try to stop the thoughts.If you try to stop the thoughts they will become Never try to stop the thoughts.
If you try to stop the thoughts they will become bigger and greater and they will win. Because the mind appears to be very powerful.
Yet in reality the mind does not exist.
There is no mind.
There is no such thing as a mind.
So when you sit in the silence you observe, you watch, you become the witness. — Robert Adams
Reality'transcending Sayings By Winston Churchill: I do not resent criticism, even when for the sake of emphasis; it parts for I do not resent criticism, even when for the sake of emphasis; it parts for the time with reality. — Winston Churchill
Reality'transcending Sayings By Louise Penny: Better to accept the wretched truth than struggle, twisting to make a wish a reality. Better to accept the wretched truth than struggle, twisting to make a wish a reality. — Louise Penny
Reality'transcending Sayings By Nilantha Ilangamuwa: We once again see the painful reality of the spineless political intelligentsia We once again see the painful reality of the spineless political intelligentsia — Nilantha Ilangamuwa
Reality'transcending Sayings By Edward O. Wilson: We are all free in a democracy to believe whatever we wish, so why call We are all free in a democracy to believe whatever we wish, so why call any opinion such as Creationism a virulent cultural parasite-equivalent? Because it represents a triumph of blind religious faith over carefully tested fact. It is not a conception of reality forged by evidence and logical judgment. Instead, it is part of the price of admission to a religious tribe. Faith is the evidence given of a person's submission to a particular god, and even then not to the deity directly but to other humans who claim to represent the god. — Edward O. Wilson
Reality'transcending Sayings By Megan Fox: What distracts me from my reality is bigfoot. They are my celebrities. What distracts me from my reality is bigfoot. They are my celebrities. — Megan Fox
Reality'transcending Sayings By Katja Millay: I live in the world without magic or miracles. A place where there are no I live in the world without magic or miracles. A place where there are no clairvoyants or shape-shifters, no angels or superhuman boys to save you. A place where people die and music disintegrates and things suck. I am pressed so heard against the earth by the weight of reality that some days i wonder how am i still able to lift my feet to walk. — Katja Millay
Reality'transcending Sayings By Effrosyni Moschoudi: It was all about taking the leap of faith. It said that the fear that It was all about taking the leap of faith. It said that the fear that stops us from doing what we really want, is often not based on reality. We shape our fears in our heads, but things are so much easier than we think. — Effrosyni Moschoudi
Reality'transcending Sayings By Tammara Webber: Testing her sexuality, she thinks she's caught a beautiful fish, when in reality, she's netted Testing her sexuality, she thinks she's caught a beautiful fish, when in reality, she's netted a shark. — Tammara Webber
Reality'transcending Sayings By Susan Howe: Now faith is not what wehereafter have we have aworld resting on nothingRest was never Now faith is not what we
hereafter have we have a
world resting on nothing

Rest was never more than
abstract since it is empty
reality we cannot escape — Susan Howe
Reality'transcending Sayings By Becky Mallery: There is no such thing as reality, only our perception of it. There is no such thing as reality, only our perception of it. — Becky Mallery
Reality'transcending Sayings By Richard Dawkins: Human suffering has been caused because too many of us cannot grasp that words are Human suffering has been caused because too many of us cannot grasp that words are only tools for our use.
The mere presence in the dictionary of a word like 'living' does not mean it necessarily has to refer to something definite in the real world. — Richard Dawkins
Reality'transcending Sayings By Gerard Way: Making a record is a lot like surgery without an anesthetic. You first have to Making a record is a lot like surgery without an anesthetic. You first have to cut yourself up the middle. Then you have to rip out every single organ, every single part and lay them on a table. You then need to examine the parts, and the reality of the situation hits you. You find yourself saying things like "I didn't know that part was so ugly." Or "I better get a professional opinion about that." You go to bed hollow and then back into the operating room the next day ... facing every fear, every disgusting thing you hate about yourself. Then you pop it all back in, sew yourself shut and perform ... you perform like your life depended on it
and in those perfect moments you find beauty you never knew existed. You find yourself and you friends all over again, you find something to fight for, something to love. Something to show the world. — Gerard Way
Reality'transcending Sayings By Ramana Maharshi: Misery does not exist in reality but only in mere imagination. Misery does not exist in reality but only in mere imagination. — Ramana Maharshi
Reality'transcending Sayings By Fee Scott: America is still AmeriKKKa. rather we like it or not America is still AmeriKKKa. rather we like it or not — Fee Scott
Reality'transcending Sayings By Jerry Z. Muller: It is all very well to have some internal sense of oneself as an individual, It is all very well to have some internal sense of oneself as an individual, but that sense must correspond to an external reality. Part of that external reality is property. The fact that something belongs to me and not to everyone increases my sense of myself as someone in particular. For Hegel that sense of individual particularity is intrinsic to the modern moral order. Indeed "the right of the subject's particularity to find satisfaction, or
to put it differently
the right of subjective freedom, is the pivotal and focal point in the difference between antiquity and the modern age." The fact that others do not take my property
that they regard it as mine
is also a way in which they recognize me as an individual. It is precisely this recognition that the slave, the bondsman, and the serf lack. That the right to own private property, to control some corner of the world, is universal in the modern state is for Hegel part of its glory. (p. 155) — Jerry Z. Muller
Reality'transcending Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: Thou are my only reality all other people are but shadows to me: all events Thou are my only reality
all other people are but shadows to me: all events and actions, in which thou dost not mingle, are but dreams. — Nathaniel Hawthorne
Reality'transcending Sayings By Jennifer Brown: At Garvin High we were dealt a hard dose of reality this year. People hate. At Garvin High we were dealt a hard dose of reality this year. People hate. That's our reality. People hate and are hated and carry grudges and want punishments ... I don't know if it's possible to take hate away from people. Not even people like us, who've seen firsthand what hate can do. We're all hurting. We're all going to be hurting for a long time. And we, probably more than anyone else out there, will be searching for a new reality every day. A better one ... But in order to change reality you have to be willing to listen and to learn. And to hear. To actually hear. — Jennifer Brown
Reality'transcending Sayings By Marguerite Yourcenar: The American child, driven to school by bus and stupefied by television, is losing contact The American child, driven to school by bus and stupefied by television, is losing contact with reality. There is an enormous gap between the sheer weight of the textbooks that he carries home from school and his capacity to interpret what is in them. — Marguerite Yourcenar
Reality'transcending Sayings By Stanislaw Lem: Is a mountain only a huge stone? Is a planet an enormous mountain? Is a mountain only a huge stone? Is a planet an enormous mountain? — Stanislaw Lem
Reality'transcending Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: Then he reflected that reality does not usually coincide with our anticipation of it; with Then he reflected that reality does not usually coincide with our anticipation of it; with a logic of his own he inferred that to forsee a circumstantial detail is to prevent its happening. Trusting in this weak magic, he invented, so that they would not happen, the most gruesome details. — Jorge Luis Borges
Reality'transcending Sayings By Bobby Davro: I'm too old to be humiliated on reality shows, and I don't want to look I'm too old to be humiliated on reality shows, and I don't want to look desperate. You won't see me on 'Big Brother' or in the jungle. — Bobby Davro
Reality'transcending Sayings By Richard J. Foster: Freedom from anxiety is characterized by three inner attitudes. If what we have we receive Freedom from anxiety is characterized by three inner attitudes. If what we have we receive as a gift, and if what we have is to be cared for by God, and if what we have is available to others, then we will possess freedom from anxiety. This is the inward reality of simplicity. However, if what we have we believe we have gotten, and if what we have we believe we must hold onto, and if what we have is not available to others, then we will live in anxiety. Such persons will never know simplicity regardless of the outward contortions they may put themselves through in order to live the simple life. — Richard J. Foster
Reality'transcending Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: There are more temptations in business than in any other sphere of the society There are more temptations in business than in any other sphere of the society — Sunday Adelaja
Reality'transcending Sayings By Will Wright: It's rewarding to be able to change people's perceptions of reality, ... They just see It's rewarding to be able to change people's perceptions of reality, ... They just see their environment in a different way. They have a kind of different-colored glasses that they can see their world in. To me, that's really cool - when games can change you. — Will Wright
Reality'transcending Sayings By Soseki Natsume: But once I could look back on it in a calmer frame of mind, it But once I could look back on it in a calmer frame of mind, it struck me that his motive was surely not so simple and straightforward. Had it resulted from a fatal collision between reality and ideals? Perhaps - but this was still not quite it. Eventually, I began to wonder whether it was not the same unbearable loneliness that I now felt that had brought K to his decision. — Soseki Natsume
Reality'transcending Sayings By Barbara R. Duguid: you were to ask Christians around the world what God wants from the people he you were to ask Christians around the world what God wants from the people he has saved, most would probably answer "obedience." There is great truth in that answer, but it is not enough. If the sovereign God's primary goal in sanctifying believers is simply to make us more holy, it is hard to explain why most of us make only "small beginnings" on the road to personal holiness in this life, as the Heidelberg Catechism puts it (see Catechism Q. 113). In reality, God wants something much more precious in our lives than mere outward conformity to his will. After all, obedience is tricky business and can be confusing to us. We can be obedient outwardly while sinning wildly on the inside, as the example of the Pharisees makes clear. In fact, many of my worst sins have been committed in the context of my best obedience. — Barbara R. Duguid
Reality'transcending Sayings By Margaret Weis: My waking and sleeping seem mixed together. I'm walking in a dream half the time, My waking and sleeping seem mixed together. I'm walking in a dream half the time, and sleeping through reality the other half. — Margaret Weis
Reality'transcending Sayings By Amy E. Butcher: I realise now that the pain Kevin felt - that night, and for nearly eighteen I realise now that the pain Kevin felt - that night, and for nearly eighteen months beforehand, since his suicide attempt - was no less real, no less urgent, than a heart attach, a stroke, a seizure. Than the sensation of running too hard or running too fast, keeling over, grasping for air. Wishing for something to fill your lungs - to rush in and then revive you - except nothing ever does, and maybe nothing ever can.

It is unpleasant, of course, to sympathise with suicide. It is unpleasant to believe in a reality in which death is the only option. And it is problematic, certainly, to compare suicide to running, to cardiac arrest, to terminal cancer. But this is precisely the problem: There is no fair parallel that can be drawn between those who felt the dark pull of suicide and those who never have. — Amy E. Butcher
Reality'transcending Sayings By M. Scott Peck: Life is difficult. Life is difficult. — M. Scott Peck
Reality'transcending Sayings By Henry Kissinger: The Westphalian peace reflected a practical accommodation to reality, not a unique moral insight. It The Westphalian peace reflected a practical accommodation to reality, not a unique moral insight. It relied on a system of independent states refraining from interference in each other's domestic affairs and checking each other's ambitions through a general equilibrium of power. — Henry Kissinger
Reality'transcending Sayings By Erich Maria Remarque: To a woman flattery is not flattery.It is a compliment, which unfortunately in these miserable To a woman flattery is not flattery.It is a compliment, which unfortunately in these miserable days has become all to rare. A woman is not a piece of steel furniture; she is a flower - she does not ask for reality; she wants the warm, gay sun of flattery.It is better to say something pretty to her every day, than to slave grimly for her all your life. — Erich Maria Remarque
Reality'transcending Sayings By Steve Maraboli: The wise will admire you. The wishful will envy you. The weak will hate you. The wise will admire you. The wishful will envy you. The weak will hate you. This is the reality for those who dare to be epic. — Steve Maraboli
Reality'transcending Sayings By Billy Bob Thornton: Reality shows are usually created by people doing and saying stupid things. Reality shows are usually created by people doing and saying stupid things. — Billy Bob Thornton
Reality'transcending Sayings By Paul Bloom: Imagination is Reality Lite - a useful substitute when the real pleasure is inaccessible, too Imagination is Reality Lite - a useful substitute when the real pleasure is inaccessible, too risky, or too much work. — Paul Bloom
Reality'transcending Sayings By Bill Drayton: In 1962, when I was 19, I visited India. With introductions from people involved in In 1962, when I was 19, I visited India. With introductions from people involved in the U.S. civil rights movement, I was able to visit with several of the leading Gandhians there. The hundred-to-one difference in average per capita income between America and India at the time was a stark reality for the people who became my friends there. — Bill Drayton
Reality'transcending Sayings By William James: If we take the universe of 'fitting,' countless coats 'fit' backs, and countless boots 'fit' If we take the universe of 'fitting,' countless coats 'fit' backs, and countless boots 'fit' feet, on which they are not practically fitted; countless stones 'fit' gaps in walls into which no one seeks to fit them actually. In the same way countless opinions 'fit' realities, and countless truths are valid, tho no thinker ever thinks them. — William James
Reality'transcending Sayings By Alice Walsh: People who've been hurt like hurting others [..] People who've been hurt like hurting others [..] — Alice Walsh
Reality'transcending Sayings By Pema Chodron: Only in an open, nonjudgmental space can we acknowledge what we are feeling. Only in Only in an open, nonjudgmental space can we acknowledge what we are feeling. Only in an open space where we're not all caught up in our own version of reality can we see and hear and feel who others really are, which allows us to be with them and communicate with them properly. — Pema Chodron
Reality'transcending Sayings By Ashley Bell: It's been said that horror films are experimental forms of art, and I agree. As It's been said that horror films are experimental forms of art, and I agree. As an actress, you're put in positions and have to experience emotions that are way beyond reality, whether fighting in a post-apocalyptic world or being possessed by the Devil. — Ashley Bell
Reality'transcending Sayings By Pope Francis: An example I often use to illustrate the reality of vanity, is this: look at An example I often use to illustrate the reality of vanity, is this: look at the peacock; it's beautiful if you look at it from the front. But if you look at it from behind, you discover the truth ... Whoever gives in to such self-absorbed vanity has huge misery hiding inside them. — Pope Francis
Reality'transcending Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: Only a few of us believe in reality of dreams and actuality of love; but Only a few of us believe in reality of dreams and actuality of love; but we all devote ourselves to that uncertainty and hesitation. — M.F. Moonzajer
Reality'transcending Sayings By Peter Scolari: The reality of getting married, it really changed things into something beautiful. There was transformation. The reality of getting married, it really changed things into something beautiful. There was transformation. — Peter Scolari
Reality'transcending Sayings By Rob Bell: Atoms are a relationship of energy. You are a relationship of energy interacting with another Atoms are a relationship of energy. You are a relationship of energy interacting with another person who is another complex relationship of energy. We all exchange more than words with each other ... We are made of the same substance as rocks and stars.. We are an exotic cocktail living on this planet.. We live in this universe which is a self-transcending reality — Rob Bell
Reality'transcending Sayings By Arthur Stanley Eddington: We have learnt that the exploration of the external world by the methods of physical We have learnt that the exploration of the external world by the methods of physical science leads not to a concrete reality but to a shadow world of symbols, beneath which those methods are unadapted for penetrating. Feeling that there must be more behind, we return to our starting point in human consciousness - the one centre where more might become known. There we find other stirrings, other revelations than those conditioned by the world of symbols ... Physics most strongly insists that its methods do not penetrate behind the symbolism. Surely then that mental and spiritual nature of ourselves, known in our minds by an intimate contact transcending the methods of physics, supplies just that ... which science is admittedly unable to give. — Arthur Stanley Eddington
Reality'transcending Sayings By Pema Chodron: On the journey of the warrior-bodhisattva, the path goes down, not up, as if the On the journey of the warrior-bodhisattva, the path goes down, not up, as if the mountain pointed toward the earth instead of the sky. Instead of transcending the suffering of all creatures, we move toward turbulence and doubt however we can. We explore the reality and unpredictability of insecurity and pain, and we try not to push it away. If it takes years, if it takes lifetimes, we let it be as it is. At our own pace, without speed or aggression, we move down and down and down. With us move millions of others, companions in awakening from fear. — Pema Chodron
Reality'transcending Sayings By James Morgan Pryse: Nothing should be worshipped [sic] that has form or is individuated. The universal Divine Life Nothing should be worshipped [sic] that has form or is individuated. The universal Divine Life is alone to be worshipped. There is no colorless pantheism in this concept; for the God of each man is one with the universal God: the Conqueror obtains the Universe, not by being absorbed and obliterated by it, but by transcending the limitations of his individual consciousness and partaking of the universal Divine Consciousness. As an individual he loses nothing but his imperfections, but he gains the All, the "Origin and the Perfection." And this is Seership, which is not "prophecy," "second sight" or sense-perception on any plane of consciousness, but is Direct Cognition of Reality. — James Morgan Pryse
Reality'transcending Sayings By Shiko Munakata: I want to strip my work of 'effects' until it stands monolithic, based on reality I want to strip my work of 'effects' until it stands monolithic, based on reality and yet transcending it. It must flow naturally from my materials, from the way of the chisel and the way of the block ... It is the ultimate ideal. — Shiko Munakata
Reality'transcending Sayings By Corinne Heline: At a certain stage of our progressive attainment, every Initiate undergoes an "Illumination by Sound" At a certain stage of our progressive attainment, every Initiate undergoes an "Illumination by Sound" in which the Music of the Spheres becomes to us a living reality. When the magical powers of sound are rediscovered and scientifically directed to the specific purpose of healing ... and when man has learned how to release the mantraic powers embodied in such inspired utterances, he will master the energies transcending even those unleashed by the atomic physicist of today. They will be energies of yet another and higher dimension. — Corinne Heline
Reality'transcending Sayings By Herbert Marcuse: At the classical origins of philosophic thought, the transcending concepts remained committed to the prevailing At the classical origins of philosophic thought, the transcending concepts remained committed to the prevailing separation between intellectual and manual labor to the established society of enslavement ... Those who bore the brunt of the untrue reality and who, therefore, seemed to be most in need of attaining its subversion were not the concern of philosophy. It abstracted from them and continued to abstract from them. — Herbert Marcuse
Reality'transcending Sayings By Keith Haring: See, when I paint, it is an experience that, at its best, is transcending reality. See, when I paint, it is an experience that, at its best, is transcending reality. — Keith Haring
Reality'transcending Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: The 'punch' of a truly weird tale is simply some violation or transcending of fixed The 'punch' of a truly weird tale is simply some violation or transcending of fixed cosmic law - an imaginative escape from palling reality - hence, phenomena rather than persons are the logical 'heroes.' — H.P. Lovecraft
Reality'transcending Sayings By A.J. Ayer: We shall maintain that no statement which refers to a 'reality'transcending the limits of all We shall maintain that no statement which refers to a 'reality'transcending the limits of all possible sense- experience can possibly have any literal significance. — A.J. Ayer
Reality'transcending Sayings By Barbara Cutrera: Transcending reality by exploring it one story at a time... Transcending reality by exploring it one story at a time... — Barbara Cutrera
Reality'transcending Sayings By Neal A. Maxwell: These transcending truths restructure our understanding of ourselves and of the universe and bring within These transcending truths restructure our understanding of ourselves and of the universe and bring within our view resplendent reality. To be seen only by those who have eyes to see, these flakes of fire are embedded in the holy scriptures. There these tr. — Neal A. Maxwell