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Stability In Life Sayings By Maurice Blanchot: As reason returned to me, memory came with it, and I saw that even on As reason returned to me, memory came with it, and I saw that even on the worst days, when I thought I was utterly and completely miserable, I was nevertheless, and nearly all the time, extremely happy. That gave me something to think about. The discovery was not a pleasant one. It seemed to me that I was losing a great deal. I asked myself, wasn't I sad, hadn't I felt my life breaking up? Yes, that had been true; but each minute, when I stayed without moving in a corner of the room, the cool of the night and the stability of the ground made me breathe and rest on gladness. — Maurice Blanchot
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Stability In Life Sayings By Sebastian Vettel: Driving at high speed where safe and legal is part of my life. As well Driving at high speed where safe and legal is part of my life. As well as a higher top speed I wanted even better stability in my FX and that meant work on the aerodynamics. — Sebastian Vettel
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Stability In Life Sayings By Nina Lane: I stare at my plate, unable to confess even to Kelsey what I've discovered in I stare at my plate, unable to confess even to Kelsey what I've discovered in the past couple of months - that my dependence on Dean and my lack of career or even job stability is downright frightening. Without Dean or my own financial security, it's just a few short steps to a life of constant transition and uncertainty. — Nina Lane
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Stability In Life Sayings By Marie Kondo: During the selection process, if you come across something that does not spark joy but During the selection process, if you come across something that does not spark joy but that you just can't bring yourself to throw away, stop a moment and ask yourself, "Am I having trouble getting rid of this because of an attachment to the past or because of a fear for the future?" Ask this for every one of these items. As you do so, you'll begin to see a pattern in your ownership of things, a pattern that falls into one of three categories: attachment to the past, desire for stability in the future, or a combination of both. It's important to understand your ownership pattern because it is an expression of the values that guide your life. — Marie Kondo
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Stability In Life Sayings By Barbara Taylor Bradford: Priceless things matter not for their value, but because they offer us an enduring reminder Priceless things matter not for their value, but because they offer us an enduring reminder of stability and permanence. — Barbara Taylor Bradford
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Stability In Life Sayings By A.W. Tozer: In a world of change and decay not even the man of faith can be In a world of change and decay not even the man of faith can be completely happy. Instinctively he seeks the unchanging and is bereaved at the passing of dear familiar things. Yet much as we may deplore the lack of stability in all earthly things, in a fallen world such as this the very ability to change is a golden treasure, a gift from God of such fabulous worth as to call for constant thanksgiving. For human beings the whole possibility of redemption lies in their ability to change. To move across from one sort of person to another is the essence of repentance; the liar becomes truthful, the thief honest, the lewd pure, the proud humble. The whole moral texture of the life is altered. The thoughts, the desires, the affections are transformed, and the man is no longer what he had been before. — A.W. Tozer
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Stability In Life Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: The level of your dedication plays a big role in having stability The level of your dedication plays a big role in having stability — Sunday Adelaja
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Stability In Life Sayings By Aimee Pitta: Okay, here it goes--bread, so you'll never go hungry; a broom, so you can sweep Okay, here it goes--bread, so you'll never go hungry; a broom, so you can sweep away evil; a candle, so you'll always have light; honey, so life will always be sweet; a coin, to bring good fortune for the year; olive oil, for health, life, and believe it or not, to keep your husband, or in this case, your boyfriend faithful; a plant, so you'll always have life; rice, to ensure your fertility, but that's taken care of, eh? Salt represents life's tears. I recommend you place a pinch of salt on the threshold of every door and window for good luck and according to my grandmother Chetta it also mends old wounds. Oh and... ah, yes, wine, sparkling non-alcoholic wine, so you never go thirsty and always have joy and last, but not least wood, so your home will always have harmony, stability, and peace. — Aimee Pitta
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Stability In Life Sayings By Dionne Warwick: My parents gave me stability and a belief in myself and in all the possibilities My parents gave me stability and a belief in myself and in all the possibilities life has to offer. I was told the only limitations I would ever face were those I placed upon myself. — Dionne Warwick
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Stability In Life Sayings By Sylvia Fraser: I was, in reality, bred by my parents as my father's concubine ... What we I was, in reality, bred by my parents as my father's concubine ... What we take for granted as the stability of family life may well depend on the sexual slavery of our children. What's more, this is a cynical arrangement our institutions have colluded to conceal. — Sylvia Fraser
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Stability In Life Sayings By Suzanne Hayes: ...a summer romance that showed her stability and love could walk hand in hand. That ...a summer romance that showed her stability and love could walk hand in hand. That love wasn't really what she'd been taught by her own family. It wasn't supposed to be a Tasmanian devil of insecurity and obsession. "Life gets heavy,"she told us, "like hot summer nights. At first you toss and turn, but slowly you learn that if you keep very, very still your body can capture a random breeze that latches onto you and cools you for a moment. Infinite and blissful, your body soars to greet it and holds onto it, but it leaves. And that's love. That's what love does". — Suzanne Hayes
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Stability In Life Sayings By Elizabeth Wurtzel: But happiness is a difficult thing-it is, as Aristotle posited in The Nicomachean Ethics, an But happiness is a difficult thing-it is, as Aristotle posited in The Nicomachean Ethics, an activity, is is about good social behavior, about being a solid citizen. Happiness is about community, intimacy, relationships, rootedness, closeness, family, stability, a sense of place, a feeling of love. And in this country, where people move from state to state and city to city so much, where rootlessness is almost a virtue ("anywhere I hang my hat ... is someone else's home"), where family units regularly implode and leave behind fragments of divorce, where the long loneliness of life finds its antidote not in a hardy, ancient culture (as it would in Europe), not in some blood-deep tribal rites (as it would in the few still-hale Third World nations), but in our vast repository of pop culture, of consumer goods, of cotton candy for all-in this America, happiness is hard. — Elizabeth Wurtzel
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Stability In Life Sayings By Antonin Artaud: You are outside life, you are above life, you have miseries which the ordinary man You are outside life, you are above life, you have miseries which the ordinary man does not know, you exceed the normal level, and it is for this that men refuse to forgive you, you poison their peace of mind, you undermine their stability. You have irrepressible pains whose essence is to be inadaptable to any known state, indescribable in words. You have repeated and shifting pains, incurable pains, pains beyond imagining, pains which are neither of the body nor of the soul, but which partake of both. And I share your suffering, and I ask you: who dares to ration our relief? ... We are not going to kill ourselves just yet. In the meantime, leave us the hell alone. — Antonin Artaud
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Stability In Life Sayings By Maxim Gorky: We must endure, Alyosha. That was the only thing she could say in response to We must endure, Alyosha. That was the only thing she could say in response to my accounts of the ugliness and dreariness of life, of the suffering of the people - of everything against which I protested so vehemently. I was not made for endurance, and if occasionally I exhibited this virtue of cattle, wood, and stone, I did so only to test myself, to try my strength and my stability. Sometimes young people, in the foolishness of immaturity, or in envy of the strength of their elders, strive, even successfully, to lift weights that overtax their bones and muscles; in their vanity they attempt to cross themselves with two-pood weights, like mature athletes. I too did this, in the literal and figurative sense, physically and spiritually, and only good fortune kept me from injuring myself fatally or crippling myself for life.
For nothing cripples a person so dreadfully as endurance, as a humble submission to the forces of circumstance. — Maxim Gorky
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Stability In Life Sayings By Katharine Haake: In general, we imagine rivers to be subject to a kind of dynamic equilibrium, largely In general, we imagine rivers to be subject to a kind of dynamic equilibrium, largely stable geologic features, with processes like regional incision or subtle shifts in mountain building causing short- and medium-term variation around some slowly changing mean condition, but in fact it is far more common to see dramatic change over short periods, with long periods of stability between in what geologists refer to as 'dynamic metastable equilibrium.'
It is the same with families, memory, the history of a person's life, what we believe to be true. — Katharine Haake
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Stability In Life Sayings By Henri J.M. Nouwen: There are many forms of poverty: economic poverty, physical poverty, emotional poverty, mental poverty, and There are many forms of poverty: economic poverty, physical poverty, emotional poverty, mental poverty, and spiritual poverty. As long as we relate primarily to each other's wealth, health, stability, intelligence, and soul strength, we cannot develop true community. Community is not a talent show in which we dazzle the world with our combined gifts. Community is the place where our poverty is acknowledged and accepted, not as something we have to learn to cope with as best as we can but as a true source of new life.
Living community in whatever form - family, parish, twelve-step program, or intentional community - challenges us to come together at the place of our poverty, believing that there we can reveal our richness. — Henri J.M. Nouwen
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Stability In Life Sayings By Franklin D. Roosevelt: The handling of our forests as a continuous, renewable resource means permanent employment and stability The handling of our forests as a continuous, renewable resource means permanent employment and stability to our country life. The forests are also needed for mitigating extreme climatic fluctuations, holding the soil on the slopes, retaining the moisture in the ground, and controlling the equable flow of water in our streams. — Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Stability In Life Sayings By Sylvia Earle: This is a living planet. Look around. Mars, Venus, Jupiter. Look beyond our solar system. This is a living planet. Look around. Mars, Venus, Jupiter. Look beyond our solar system. Where else is there a place that works, that is just right for the likes of us? It has not happened just instantly. It is vulnerable to our actions. But it's the result of four and a half billion years of evolution, of change over time. And it changes every day, all the time. It would be in our interest to try to maintain a certain level of stability that has enabled us to prosper, to not wreck the very systems that give us life. — Sylvia Earle
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Stability In Life Sayings By Salman Rushdie: She, whose life had blown up, emptying her of history and leaving in its place She, whose life had blown up, emptying her of history and leaving in its place only that dark dream of majesty, that illusion so powerful that it demanded to enter the sphere of what-was-real - she, rootless Bilquis, who now longed for stability, for no-more-explosions, had discerned in Raza a boulder-like quality on which she would build her life. He was a man rooted solidly in an indeflectible sense of himself, and that made him seem invincible. — Salman Rushdie
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Stability In Life Sayings By Abbott Lawrence Lowell: All social life, stability, progress, depend upon each man's confidence in his neighbor, a reliance All social life, stability, progress, depend upon each man's confidence in his neighbor, a reliance upon him to do his duty. — Abbott Lawrence Lowell
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Stability In Life Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: With the myth of the State out of the way, the real mutuality and reciprocity With the myth of the State out of the way, the real mutuality and reciprocity of society and individual became clear. Sacrifice might be demanded of the individual, but never compromise: for though only the society could give security and stability, only the individual, the person, had the power of moral choice - the power of change, the essential function of life. The Odonian society was conceived as a permanent revolution, and revolution begins in the thinking mind. — Ursula K. Le Guin
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Stability In Life Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: if the world will attain its utmost peace and stability;and contentions be limited, then the if the world will attain its utmost peace and stability;and contentions be limited, then the ideology, philosophy and mentality of people in the world should be shifted from the more you acquire the more valuable you are to the more you give the more important you are and with the mentality that giving is a sacred responsibility and not a competition — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
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Stability In Life Sayings By Thomas Boswell: Terrorism drives out all normal human activity before it, defining life in its own sick Terrorism drives out all normal human activity before it, defining life in its own sick terms, if it can. So, a baseball game on a sultry Texas night before a huge crowd, with everyone feeling perfectly safe, is exactly what terrorists hate. Which is why it is so important to resume such athletic rituals - which symbolize stability, confidence and order - as soon as is reasonably possible. — Thomas Boswell
Stability In Life Sayings By Pearl S. Buck: I am comforted by life's stability, by earth's unchangeableness. What has seemed new and frightening I am comforted by life's stability, by earth's unchangeableness. What has seemed new and frightening assumes its place in the unfolding of knowledge. It is good to know our universe. What is new is only new to us. — Pearl S. Buck
Stability In Life Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: Things, relationship, and ideas are so transparently impermanent, we are ever made unhappy by them Things, relationship, and ideas are so transparently impermanent, we are ever made unhappy by them ... Things are impermanent, they wear out and are lost; relationship is constant friction and death awaits; ideas and beliefs have no stability, no permanency. We seek happiness in them and yet do not realize their impermanency. So sorrow becomes our constant companion and overcoming it our problem. — Jiddu Krishnamurti
Stability In Life Sayings By Artie Lange: I am not the easiest guy to live with. It is probably the lack of I am not the easiest guy to live with. It is probably the lack of stability in my life. — Artie Lange
Stability In Life Sayings By Alan W. Watts: When I stand by the stream and watch it, I am relatively still, and the When I stand by the stream and watch it, I am relatively still, and the flowing water makes a path across my memory so that I realize its transience in comparison with my stability. This is, of course, an illusion in the sense that I, too, am in flow and likewise have no final destination - for can anyone imagine finality as a form of life? My death will be the disappearance of a particular pattern in the water. Feeling — Alan W. Watts
Stability In Life Sayings By Carlos Wallace: Success should not be based on lavish lifestyles and inflated bank accounts; flaunting your fancy Success should not be based on lavish lifestyles and inflated bank accounts; flaunting your fancy homes and putting your luxuries on display. You can't build a future on "Bottles" and Benz's. You can' retire on rims and Rolexes. You can't save if you're always shopping for stilettos. Acquisitions are fleeting. Investments are long-term. A sound future is built on stability, not status. — Carlos Wallace
Stability In Life Sayings By Bernard DeVoto: New England is a finished place. Its destiny is that of Florence or Venice, not New England is a finished place. Its destiny is that of Florence or Venice, not Milan while the American empire careens onward toward its unpredicted end ... It is the first American section to be finished to achieve stability in the conditions of its life. It is the first old civilization, the first permanent civilization in America. — Bernard DeVoto
Stability In Life Sayings By Tom Ford: Choose your team carefully. So much of your success is due to the people who Choose your team carefully. So much of your success is due to the people who you surround yourself with. Your friends, your family, and the people that you work with
they all play an important role in inspiring you and supporting you and giving you stability. These are the people in your life who will be honest with you. — Tom Ford
Stability In Life Sayings By Hannah Arendt: No civilization would ever have been possible without a framework of stability, to provide the No civilization would ever have been possible without a framework of stability, to provide the wherein for the flux of change. Foremost among the stabilizing factors, more enduring than customs, manners and traditions, are the legal systems that regulate our life in the world and our daily affairs with each other. — Hannah Arendt
Stability In Life Sayings By Gabriel Orozco: We normally consider stability to be the constant in life and accidents to be the We normally consider stability to be the constant in life and accidents to be the exception, but it's exactly the opposite. In reality, the accident is the rule and stability is the exception. — Gabriel Orozco
Stability In Life Sayings By Joan D. Chittister: There comes a moment when having everything seems to be the only way to squeeze There comes a moment when having everything seems to be the only way to squeeze even a little out of life. There comes a day when this job, this home, this town, this family all seem irritating and deficient beyond the bearable. There comes a period in life when I regret every major decision I've ever made. This is precisely the time when the spirituality of stability offers its greatest gift. Stability enables me to outlast the dark, cold places of life until the thaw comes and I can see new life in this uninhabitable place again. But for that to happen I must learn to wait through the winters of my life. — Joan D. Chittister
Stability In Life Sayings By Da Xia: Ever since I was little ... I have learned the hundred scrolls of thought, from Ever since I was little ... I have learned the hundred scrolls of thought, from my teachers. Of those teachings, I hate the 'Inactivity' path, the most. Fighting against humans, to gain stability, and fighting against the heavens, to open your own destiny. This is what I believed.
But, I finally understand ... If I hadn't fought, those that I called my father and brothers, would still be alive. At the very least, they would not have needed to lose their lives. If I hadn't fought, even if I wouldn't have been able to save my best friend. She would not have been driven to take her own life. If I hadn't fought, my friends would not have bet everything they had on me, and end up in a perilous place themselves ... I don't even know if they're alive. So this is what it means to be on the path of 'Inactivity'. — Da Xia
Stability In Life Sayings By Jeff Sessions: I would like to think that we are on a move that could be like I would like to think that we are on a move that could be like [Ronald] Reagan. Reagan appealed to the average working American: their patriotism, their love of country, the belief in their schools and their communities and their loyalty to the military and police, and the things that create stability and a good life. — Jeff Sessions
Stability In Life Sayings By Ronald Perelman: And so I believe that God plays this enormous role in my life. And I And so I believe that God plays this enormous role in my life. And I believe that it's my obligation to give back and to follow the rules that were set. And it also gives me an enormous sense of my own place and an enormous sense of stability. — Ronald Perelman
Stability In Life Sayings By Carl Schmitt: Hauriou, became a crown witness for us when he confirmed this connection in 1916, in Hauriou, became a crown witness for us when he confirmed this connection in 1916, in the midst of WWI: The revolution of 1789 had no other goal than absolute access to the writing of legal statutes and the systematic destruction of customary institutions. It resulted in a state of permanent revolution because the mobility of the writing of laws did not provide for the stability of certain customary institutions, because the forces of change were stronger than the forces of stability. Social and political life in France was completely emptied of institutions and was only able to provisionally maintain itself by sudden jolts spurred by the heightened morality. — Carl Schmitt
Stability In Life Sayings By Alice Driver: However, just like any line of work, writing is a negotiation, and creative control is However, just like any line of work, writing is a negotiation, and creative control is as elusive as financial stability. I discovered that writing could be like cleaning carpets or working in a factory: just a meaningless production of words. — Alice Driver
Stability In Life Sayings By Tom Cruise: It's well known I'm a Scientologist, and that has helped me to find that inner It's well known I'm a Scientologist, and that has helped me to find that inner peace in my life and it's something that has given me great stability and tools that I use. — Tom Cruise
Stability In Life Sayings By Stephen Richards: I started to turn my life around for the better and try to instil a I started to turn my life around for the better and try to instil a bit of stability and balance back in to it and take a back seat to violence. I wanted to leave that part of my life behind. The leopard wanted to ditch its spots! — Stephen Richards
Stability In Life Sayings By Ronald A. Heifetz: Mental health professionals have said for a long time that individuals cannot adapt well to Mental health professionals have said for a long time that individuals cannot adapt well to too many life changes at once. If you suffer a loss in the family, change jobs, and move all within a short time, the chances are your own internal stability may break down, or show signs of serious strain. — Ronald A. Heifetz
Stability In Life Sayings By Gustave Le Bon: Without consistency and without a future, it has all the transitory characteristics of crowds. Its Without consistency and without a future, it has all the transitory characteristics of crowds. Its civilisation is now without stability, and at the mercy of every chance. The populace is sovereign, and the tide of barbarism mounts. The civilisation may still seem brilliant because it possesses an outward front, the work of a long past, but it is in reality an edifice crumbling to ruin, which nothing supports, and destined to fall in at the first storm. To pass in pursuit of an ideal from the barbarous to the civilised state, and then, when this ideal has lost its virtue, to decline and die, such is the cycle of the life of a people. — Gustave Le Bon
Stability In Life Sayings By Lundy Bancroft: When a man's face contorts in bitterness and hatred, he looks a little insane. When When a man's face contorts in bitterness and hatred, he looks a little insane. When his mood changes from elated to assaultive in the time it takes to turn around, his mental stability seems open to question. When he accuses his partner of plotting to harm him, he seems paranoid. It is no wonder that the partner of an abusive man would come to suspect that he was mentally ill.
Yet the great majority of my clients over the years have been psychologically "normal." Their minds work logically; they understand cause and effect; they don't hallucinate. Their perceptions of most life circumstances are reasonably accurate. They get good reports at work; they do well in school or training programs; and no one other than their partners - and children - thinks that there is anything wrong with them. Their value system is unhealthy, not their psychology. — Lundy Bancroft
Stability In Life Sayings By Vladimir I. Arnold: ... for systems belonging to the singular part of the stability boundary a small change ... for systems belonging to the singular part of the stability boundary a small change of the parameters is more likely to send the system into the unstable region than into the stable region. This is a manifestation of a general principle stating that all good things (e.g. stability) are more fragile than bad things. It seems that in good situations a number of requirements must hold simultaneously, while to call a situation bad even one failure suffices. — Vladimir I. Arnold
Stability In Life Sayings By Angel Cusick: Unfortunately, spiritual development often attracts the emotionally unstable who can become even more damaged when Unfortunately, spiritual development often attracts the emotionally unstable who can become even more damaged when building upon shaky structures. The emotional body is the framework through which the other three bodies spring, so if it's broken the others will eventually collapse - often with fatalistic results. Worth its weight in gold, emotional stability can occur naturally, but is usually cultivated through painstaking inflection, awareness, and release. Through release then forgiveness, the auric field amplifies its inherent magnetic function, enabling intent to manifest, therefore producing a more forward momentum in life. — Angel Cusick
Stability In Life Sayings By Debra Messing: It's a miracle to be an actor and to know that you have a job It's a miracle to be an actor and to know that you have a job to go to a year from now is a rare thing, so I think peace of mind and financial stability come with that. Hopefully I'm a little wiser and have a little more perspective in my life than I did then. — Debra Messing
Stability In Life Sayings By Spencer W. Kimball: They who reach down into the depths of life where, in the stillness, the voice They who reach down into the depths of life where, in the stillness, the voice of God is heard, have the stabilizing power which carries them poised and serene through the hurricane of difficulties. — Spencer W. Kimball
Stability In Life Sayings By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove: We learn to dwell with God by learning the practices of hospitality, listening, forgiveness, and We learn to dwell with God by learning the practices of hospitality, listening, forgiveness, and reconciliation - the daily tasks of life with other people. Stability in Christ is always stability in community — Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
Stability In Life Sayings By Anyen Rinpoche: The fact that each being has its own accordant suffering means that no matter who The fact that each being has its own accordant suffering means that no matter who we are, whether we have a prominent place or the humblest place in society, we all experience suffering. Reflect on all of the ordinary suffering that each and every living being experiences. Many of us face the unbearable suffering of the death of a child. All of us will experience being separated from our parents, either by emotional estrangement or by death. If we are married or in a long-term relationship, that relationship will either break up or end with the death of one of the partners. Many of us have families that do not behave like families due to alcoholism or other kinds of addictions, and we grow up lacking stability and intimacy. Even if we do have a more stable family life, we will still experience the suffering of disagreements, arguing, and fighting. — Anyen Rinpoche
Stability In Life Sayings By Ellen Stofan: What we expect to find, certainly in our own solar system, are probably simple single What we expect to find, certainly in our own solar system, are probably simple single or multiple-cell forms of life. To get to intelligent life takes stability of conditions over huge, long periods of time. — Ellen Stofan
Stability In Life Sayings By Mary Baker Eddy: Chastity is the cement of civilization and progress. Without it there is no stability in Chastity is the cement of civilization and progress. Without it there is no stability in society, and without it one cannot attain the Science of Life. — Mary Baker Eddy
Stability In Life Sayings By Nassim Nicholas Taleb: Never, never, never think - that's one lesson you should have in life. Never think Never, never, never think - that's one lesson you should have in life. Never think that lack of variability is stability. — Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Stability In Life Sayings By Ruth Soukup: Likewise, you can't live a truly productive, contented, and joy-filled life while your finances are Likewise, you can't live a truly productive, contented, and joy-filled life while your finances are in complete disarray. A Good Life and financial stability go hand in hand. — Ruth Soukup
Stability In Life Sayings By Michael Kirby: I am the result of a loving upbringing in a peaceful country, with wonderful parents I am the result of a loving upbringing in a peaceful country, with wonderful parents and siblings, a very long-term relationship, stability, support - but a feeling that life isn't always just and that there is injustice for people and we should do something about it. — Michael Kirby
Stability In Life Sayings By Adyashanti: Essentially, we fall into grace. By that I mean that a certain mysterious quality reveals Essentially, we fall into grace. By that I mean that a certain mysterious quality reveals itself and cradles us within an intimacy with all of existence. This is something that many people are looking for without even knowing it. Almost everybody is looking for intimacy - a closeness, a sense of union with their own existence or with God, or whatever their concept of higher reality is. All this yearning actually comes from our longing for closeness, intimacy, and true union. When we open to life in this way, we begin to find an inner stability simply because we're no longer at odds with our experience. — Adyashanti
Stability In Life Sayings By Chris Patten: Throwing young men out of work, throwing people into poverty and ending business life don't Throwing young men out of work, throwing people into poverty and ending business life don't promote stability in the Palestinian territories,. — Chris Patten
Stability In Life Sayings By N. Lombardi Jr.: I gave you a few laughs and showed you a good time, but there was I gave you a few laughs and showed you a good time, but there was no future with me. So although it was fun while it lasted, you made up your mind to choose the stability and security a rich man can offer."
She shook her head. "No."
"No?"
"If you look in your heart, you know that's not true."
"So, what is it then, he went into a jealous rage and he threatened
you?"
"Yes."
"With your life?"
"No."
"Well then ... "
"With yours. — N. Lombardi Jr.
Stability In Life Sayings By David Spangler: It may seem hard to extend our gratefulness and appreciation to the time in which It may seem hard to extend our gratefulness and appreciation to the time in which we live and the challenges it presents ... It would be much easier to appreciate an era of good feeling, peace and calm stability! But difficult times are also times of growth, of new insights and opportunities, of creativity, and of emergence. — David Spangler
Stability In Life Sayings By Joe Jordan: Like the three points in a triangle, knowing your value, maintaining your value, and getting Like the three points in a triangle, knowing your value, maintaining your value, and getting compensated for your value are essential in building professional stability and longevity. If the compensation or the opportunity sounds too good to be true - it probably is. Sooner or later, reality prevails over rhetoric. — Joe Jordan
Stability In Life Sayings By Rose Wilder Lane: Two deep human desires were at war ... the longing for stability, for form, for Two deep human desires were at war ... the longing for stability, for form, for permanence, which in its essence is the desire for death, and the opposing hunger for movement, change, instability and risk, which are life. Men came from the east and built these American towns because they wished to go no farther, and the towns they built were shaped by the urge to go onward. — Rose Wilder Lane
Stability In Life Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Do not assume that order and stability are always good, in a society or in Do not assume that order and stability are always good, in a society or in a universe. The old, the ossified, must always give way to new life and the birth of new things. Before the new things can be born the old must perish. This is a dangerous realization, because it tells us that we must eventually part with much of what is familiar to us. And that hurts. But that is part of the script of life. Unless we can psychologically accommodate change, we ourselves begin to die, inwardly. What I am saying is that objects, customs, habits, and ways of life must perish so that the authentic human being can live. And it is the authentic human being who matters most, the viable, elastic organism which can bounce back, absorb, and deal with the new. — Philip K. Dick
Stability In Life Sayings By Michael D. O'Brien: You are a fertile God. Many seeds are dropped into the soil. Many do not You are a fertile God. Many seeds are dropped into the soil. Many do not sprout. Yet beneath the appearance of waste nothing is wasted, nothing lost. Giant trees crash to the forest floor, decompose, and become the soil out of which the saplings arise. Similarly, in human affairs, movements are created, rise, do Your work in the world, decline, go back into the soil, and provide the rich humus out of which new life springs. Generations come and go. Sun and rain, winter and summer, seed time and harvest. Always Your Word remains constant. Your people are called over and over, generation after generation, back into this constancy, back to this mysterious fluid stability - the only security worth having. Can You not waste a little more time on us? — Michael D. O'Brien
Stability In Life Sayings By Donny Osmond: A belief in God is vitally important, not just in show business, but stability in A belief in God is vitally important, not just in show business, but stability in life. You know, to recognize deity is the most important thing that you can do. I mean, it comes to the Ten Commandments. They weren't ten suggestions. They were Ten Commandments. — Donny Osmond
Stability In Life Sayings By Totaram Sanadhya: A person who does not have stability of mind is an unstable dinghy. In this A person who does not have stability of mind is an unstable dinghy. In this struggle of life, I will confront all the challenges with truth and strength, and will never waver. Cowardliness is an eveil which I should banish from my life. — Totaram Sanadhya
Stability In Life Sayings By Chloe Sevigny: My parents found tradition and ritual very important, because they were both brought up that My parents found tradition and ritual very important, because they were both brought up that way and found comfort in it. They thought it was important for children to be kept on a schedule. You went home for the holidays, you went to mass on Sunday - no ifs, ands, or buts. That was ingrained in me from a very young age, and I think that's informed who I am in so many aspects of my life. I crave stability and a schedule and the security that comes along with it. — Chloe Sevigny
Stability In Life Sayings By Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove: For the Christian tradition, the heart's true home is a life rooted in the love For the Christian tradition, the heart's true home is a life rooted in the love of God. Like Lao-tzu and Dorothy both, Christian wisdom about stability points us toward the true peace that is possible when our spirits are stilled and our feet are planted in a place we know to be holy ground. — Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
Stability In Life Sayings By Onno Van Der Hart: Attachment is central to the context in which all other action systems mature. If attachment Attachment is central to the context in which all other action systems mature. If attachment is disrupted early in life, it may lead to maladaptive functioning in various areas of life because the most basic action systems do not function well. Attachment relationships assist individuals in regulating their emotions and physiology, providing basic internal and relational stability. — Onno Van Der Hart
Stability In Life Sayings By Jason Versey: All the best and worse things in us are bound up in the legacy of All the best and worse things in us are bound up in the legacy of our family. As children we ardently trust in the stability or, in some cases, the instability we were born into. No matter which...we embraced what was decent while simultaneously suppressing what was deficient yet both traits weaved roots of faithfulness and consternation into the very fabric of who we've become. This now plays significantly into how we nurture our own families and how we relate to others. Our love, our fears, our insecurities, and our loyalties all draw from how we were raised as well as our inherent desire to shift its paradigm to optimistically better the life of not just our children...but our children's children. That's the gift and or the curse of a legacy. Which will you leave behind? — Jason Versey
Stability In Life Sayings By Tom Vanderbilt: The road, more than simply a system of regulations and designs, is a place where The road, more than simply a system of regulations and designs, is a place where many millions of us, with only loose parameters for how to behave, are thrown together daily in a kind of massive petri dish in which all kinds of uncharted, little-understood dynamics are at work. There is no other place where so many people from different walks of life
different ages, races, classes, religions, genders, political preferences, lifestyle choices, levels of psychological stability
mingle so freely. — Tom Vanderbilt
Stability In Life Sayings By Miriam Toews: During that time, The Mouth came by to pray with us, and my dad began During that time, The Mouth came by to pray with us, and my dad began to spend his evenings sitting in the yellow lawn chair and staring at the highway, or down in the basement with his isotope material, finding comfort in the stability that's created from decay. — Miriam Toews
Stability In Life Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Looking deeply at life as it is in this very moment, the meditator dwells in Looking deeply at life as it is in this very moment, the meditator dwells in stability and freedom. — Gautama Buddha
Stability In Life Sayings By Brad Willis: The science of yoga saved my life, and I've seen it save many other lives, The science of yoga saved my life, and I've seen it save many other lives, no matter how dark and hopeless it might feel for someone, there is a pathway forward towards stability and empowerment ... toward creating a new and more meaningful identity and mission in life. — Brad Willis
Stability In Life Sayings By Sogyal Rinpoche: The gift of learning to meditate is the greatest gift you can give yourself in The gift of learning to meditate is the greatest gift you can give yourself in this life. For it is only through meditation that you can undertake the journey to discover your true nature, and so find the stability and confidence you will need to live, and die, well; Meditation is the road to enlightenment. — Sogyal Rinpoche
Stability In Life Sayings By Steve Bruce: It is undoubtedly true that religion is often socially conservative. By binding a people together It is undoubtedly true that religion is often socially conservative. By binding a people together under a shared God, a common cosmology and a common morality, religion creates order and stability and its rituals create social cohesio ... n. By promising to the pious poor rewards in the next life, it reconciles them to their fate in this one and thus discourages them from rebelling against their condition ...
[also] religion [is] an inspiration to radicalism and rebellion. religion is a potential threat to any political or social order because it claims an authority higher than any available in this world. pp. 10-11 — Steve Bruce
Stability In Life Sayings By Virginia Woolf: There was freedom, there was peace, there was, most welcome of all, a summoning together, There was freedom, there was peace, there was, most welcome of all, a summoning together, a resting on a platform of stability. Not as oneself did one find rest ever, in her experience (she accomplished here something dexterous with her needles) but as a wedge of darkness. Losing personality, one lost the fret, the hurry, the stir; and there rose to her lips always some exclamation of triumph over life when things came together in this peace, this rest, this eternity; and pausing there she looked out to meet that stroke of the Lighthouse, the long steady stroke, the last of the three, which was her stroke, for watching them in this mood always at this hour one could not help attaching oneself to one thing especially of the things one saw; and this thing, the long steady stroke, was her stroke. Often she found herself sitting and looking, sitting and looking, with her work in her hands until she became the thing she looked at - that light, for example. — Virginia Woolf
Stability In Life Sayings By Bernie Brillstein: In a world where celebrity equals talent, and where make-believe is called reality, it is In a world where celebrity equals talent, and where make-believe is called reality, it is most important to have real love, truth and stability in your life. — Bernie Brillstein
Stability In Life Sayings By James Taylor: I'm very unstable; there's no stability in a musician's life at all. You live on I'm very unstable; there's no stability in a musician's life at all. You live on a bus or on the road hand to mouth and you don't know where your money's coming from. — James Taylor
Stability In Life Sayings By Anonymouse: In life there are many thing's you may not like or want but is necessary In life there are many thing's you may not like or want but is necessary for stability and sustainability for life and its environment. GOOD - BAD, BAD - GOOD = GOOD = BAD. — Anonymouse
Stability In Life Sayings By Pam W. Vredevelt: When we ... go back in to the past and rake up all the troubles When we ... go back in to the past and rake up all the troubles we've had, we end up reeling and straggering through life. Stability and peace of mind come by living in the moment. — Pam W. Vredevelt
Stability In Life Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Do not pursue the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. The past no Do not pursue the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. The past no longer is. The future has not yet come. Looking deeply at life as it is. In the very here and now, the practitioner dwells in stability and freedom. We must be diligent today. To wait until tomorrow is too late. Death comes unexpectedly. How can we bargain with it? The sage calls a person who knows how to dwell in mindfulness night and day, 'one who knows the better way to live alone.' — Gautama Buddha
Stability In Life Sayings By Gaston Bachelard: Perhaps it is even a good idea to stir up a rivalry between conceptual and Perhaps it is even a good idea to stir up a rivalry between conceptual and imaginative activity. In any case, one will encounter nothing but disappointments if he intends to make them cooperate. The image can not provide matter for a concept. By giving stability to the image, the concept would stifle its life. — Gaston Bachelard
Stability In Life Sayings By Sadhguru: your energies are dominant in muladhara, then food and sleep will be the most dominant your energies are dominant in muladhara, then food and sleep will be the most dominant factors in your life. If your energies are dominant in swadhishthana, pleasure will be most dominant in your life; this means you enjoy your physical reality in many ways. If your energies are dominant in manipuraka, you are a doer; you can accomplish many things in the world. If your energies are dominant in anahata, you are a very creative person. If your energies are dominant in vishuddhi, you will develop a powerful presence. If your energies are dominant in agna, then you are intellectually realized. Intellectual realization can bring you to a certain state of peace and stability within yourself, irrespective of what is happening outside of you. These — Sadhguru
Stability In Life Sayings By Joan D. Chittister: Stability of heart - commitment to the life of the soul, faithfulness to the community, Stability of heart - commitment to the life of the soul, faithfulness to the community, perseverance in the search for God - is the mooring that holds us fast when the night of the soul is at its deepest dark, and the noontime sun sears the spirit. When — Joan D. Chittister
Stability In Life Sayings By Geoffrey Harvey: The 1980s witnessed radical advances in the theorisation of the study of literature in the The 1980s witnessed radical advances in the theorisation of the study of literature in the universities. It had begun in France in the 1960s and it made a large impact on the higher education establishments of Britain and America. New life was breathed into psychoanalytic and Marxist theory, while structuralism gave way to post-structuralism. The stability of the text as a focus of study was challenged by deconstruction, a theory developed by the French philosopher, Jacques Derrida, which represented a complete fracture with the old liberal-formalist mode of reading. Coherence and unity were seen as illusory and readers were liberated to aim at their own meanings. Hardy's texts were at the centre of these theoretical movements, including one that came to prominence in the 1980s, feminism. — Geoffrey Harvey
Stability In Life Sayings By Jack Kerouac: I could hear and indescribable seething roar which wasn't which wasn't in my ear but I could hear and indescribable seething roar which wasn't which wasn't in my ear but everywhere and had nothing to do with sounds. I realised that I had died and reborn numberless times but just didn't remember especially because the transitions from life to death and back to life are so ghostly eas, a magical action for naught, like falling asleep and waking up again a million times, the utter casualness and deep ignorance of it.
I realised it was only because of the stability of the intrinsic Mind that these ripples of birth and death took place, like the action of wind on a sheet of pure, serene, mirror-like water. I felt sweet, swinging bliss, like a big shot of heroin in the mainline vein, like a gulp of wine late in the afternoon and it makes you shudder; my feet tingled.
I thought I was going to die the very next moment. — Jack Kerouac
Stability In Life Sayings By Loren Eiseley: The evolutionists, piercing beneath the show of momentary stability, discovered, hidden in rudimentary organs, the The evolutionists, piercing beneath the show of momentary stability, discovered, hidden in rudimentary organs, the discarded rubbish of the past. They detected the reptile under the lifted feathers of the bird, the lost terrestrial limbs dwindling beneath the blubber of the giant cetaceans. They saw life rushing outward from an unknown center, just as today the astronomer senses the galaxies fleeing into the infinity of darkness. As the spinning galactic clouds hurl stars and worlds across the night, so life, equally impelled by the centrifugal powers lurking in the germ cell, scatters the splintered radiance of consciousness and sends it prowling and contending through the thickets of the world. — Loren Eiseley