Stigmata Famous Quotes & Sayings

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23 Stigmata Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Stigmata Sayings By William Gaddis: Up the coast of the New World, the ship bearing ten million bananas ground out Up the coast of the New World, the ship bearing ten million bananas ground out its course, every minute the waste heaving brokenly around it more brilliant as the moon rose off the starboard bow and moved into the sky with effortless guile , unashamed of the stigmata blemishing the face she showed from the frozen fogs of the Grand Banks to the jungles of Brazil where along the Rio Branco they knew her for a girl who loved her brother the sun; and the sun, suspicious, trapped her in her evil passion by drawing a blackened hand across her face, leaving the marks which betrayed her and betray her still. — William Gaddis
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Stigmata Sayings By William Peter Blatty: Regan had the physical syndrome of possession. That much he knew. Of that he had Regan had the physical syndrome of possession. That much he knew. Of that he had no doubt. For in case after case, irrespective of geography or period of history, the symptoms of possession were substantially constant. Some Regan had not evidenced as yet: stigmata; the desire for repugnant foods; the insensitivity to pain; the frequent loud and irrepressible hiccuping. But the others she had manifest clearly: the involuntary motor excitement; foul breath; furred tongue; the wasting away of the frame; the distended stomach; the irritations of the skin and mucous membrane. And most significantly present were the basic symptoms of the hard core of cases which Oesterreich had characterized as genuine possession: the striking change in the voice and the features, plus the manifestation of a new personality. — William Peter Blatty
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Stigmata Sayings By Steven Blum: 'Toonami' was a tremendous vehicle, delivering the art of Japanese animation to a massive audience 'Toonami' was a tremendous vehicle, delivering the art of Japanese animation to a massive audience that may have otherwise never experienced it. I feel an immense debt of gratitude to everyone involved with the show and to every fan who supported it. — Steven Blum
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Stigmata Sayings By Edna O'Brien: The place was stifling. Suddenly it occurred to her that a trace of him still The place was stifling. Suddenly it occurred to her that a trace of him still lurked in her, minute and spectral, that effluvial stain that would be her stigmata forever. It was then that she resolved to ask for an appointment to see him, as things had to be settled between them. — Edna O'Brien
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Stigmata Sayings By Spike Milligan: I told you I was sick. I told you I was sick. — Spike Milligan
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Stigmata Sayings By Robert Frost: The Moon for all her light and graceHas never learned to know her place. The Moon for all her light and grace
Has never learned to know her place. — Robert Frost
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Stigmata Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: You only need a heart full of grace You only need a heart full of grace — Martin Luther King Jr.
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Stigmata Sayings By Aldous Huxley: The whole story of the universe is implicit in any part of it. The meditative The whole story of the universe is implicit in any part of it. The meditative eye can look through any single object and see, as through a window, the entire cosmos. Make the smell of roast duck in an old kitchen diaphanous and you will have a glimpse of everything, from the spiral nebulae to Mozart's music and the stigmata of St. Francis of Assisi. The artistic problem is to produce diaphanousness in spots, selecting the spots so as to reveal only the most humanly significant of distant vistas behind the near familiar object. — Aldous Huxley
Stigmata Sayings By Harold Bloom: Gertrude Stein maintained that one wrote for oneself and for strangers, a superb recognition that Gertrude Stein maintained that one wrote for oneself and for strangers, a superb recognition that I would extend into a parallel apothegm: one reads for oneself and for strangers. The Western Canon does not exist in order to augment preexisting societal elites. It is there to be read by you and by strangers, so that you and those you will never meet can encounter authentic aesthetic power and the authority of what Baudelaire (and Erich Auerbach after him) called "aesthetic dignity." One of the ineluctable stigmata of the canonical is aesthetic dignity, which is not to be hired. — Harold Bloom
Stigmata Sayings By Rabih Alameddine: Her appearance has changed as well, and I don't mean just the intense reticulation of Her appearance has changed as well, and I don't mean just the intense reticulation of lines and wrinkles, the true stigmata of life. — Rabih Alameddine
Stigmata Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: Stigmata of LoveA light which lives on what the flames devour,a grey landscape surrounding me Stigmata of Love
A light which lives on what the flames devour,
a grey landscape surrounding me with scorch,
a crucifixion by a single wound,
a sky and earth that darken by each hour,
a sob of blood whose red ribbon adorns
a lyre without a pulse, and oils the torch,
a tide which stuns and strands me on the reef,
a scorpion scrambling, stinging in my chest
this is the wreath of love, this bed of thorns
is where I dream of you stealing my rest,
haunting these sunken ribs cargoed with grief.
I sought the peak of prudence, but I found
the hemlock-brimming valley of your heart,
and my own thirst for bitter truth and art. — Federico Garcia Lorca
Stigmata Sayings By Lauren Groff: Stigmata, she said as tonguelessly as possible, and laughed. Stigmata, she said as tonguelessly as possible, and laughed. — Lauren Groff
Stigmata Sayings By Isaac Asimov: Since the forthcoming write-up of my Ph.D. dissertation was much in my mind, it was Since the forthcoming write-up of my Ph.D. dissertation was much in my mind, it was the work of a moment to begin a solemn dissertation containing all the stigmata of academic turgidity about a substance which dissolved in water 1.12 seconds before you added the water. — Isaac Asimov
Stigmata Sayings By Andrew Holleran: They seldom looked happy. They passed one another without a word in the elevator, like They seldom looked happy. They passed one another without a word in the elevator, like silent shades in hell, hell-bent on their next look from a handsome stranger. Their next rush from a popper. The next song that turned their bones to jelly and left them all on the dance floor with heads back, eyes nearly closed, in the ecstasy of saints receiving the stigmata. — Andrew Holleran
Stigmata Sayings By Nikos Kazantzakis: Forgetting himself for a moment, Francis brought his hand out from under his frock in Forgetting himself for a moment, Francis brought his hand out from under his frock in order to bless the multitude. When the people saw his wound they bellowed madly. The women dashed forward with mantles outstretched to catch the drops; the men thrust in their hands and anointed their faces with blood. The villagers' expressions grew savage, and so did their souls. They longed to be able to tear the Saint limb from limb in order for each of them to claim a mouthful of his flesh, for they wanted to make him their own, to have him enter them so that they could become one with a saint - could be sanctified. Blind rage had overpowered them; their eyes were leaden, their lips ringed with froth. — Nikos Kazantzakis
Stigmata Sayings By Soseki Natsume: Thus, as I review the list of my friends and acquaintances, most of them emerge Thus, as I review the list of my friends and acquaintances, most of them emerge as stained with maniac stigmata of one sort or another. I begin to feel considerably reassured. The truth may simply be that human society is no more than a massing of lunatics. — Soseki Natsume
Stigmata Sayings By Federico Garcia Lorca: A light which lives on what the flames devour,a grey landscape surrounding me with scorch,a A light which lives on what the flames devour,
a grey landscape surrounding me with scorch,
a crucifixion by a single wound,
a sky and earth that darken by each hour,
a sob of blood whose red ribbon adorns
a lyre without a pulse, and oils the torch,
a tide which stuns and strands me on the reef,
a scorpion scrambling, stinging in my chest--
this is the wreath of love, this bed of thorns
is where I dream of you stealing my rest,
haunting these sunken ribs cargoed with grief.
I sought the peak of prudence, but I found
the hemlock-brimming valley of your heart,
and my own thirst for bitter truth and art.

- Stigmata of Love — Federico Garcia Lorca
Stigmata Sayings By Chuck Todd: Jeb Bush is the new John Connelly. Jeb Bush is the new John Connelly. — Chuck Todd
Stigmata Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Your environment should be your time marker Your environment should be your time marker — Sunday Adelaja
Stigmata Sayings By Jacques Monod: Every living being is also a fossil. Within it, all the way down to the Every living being is also a fossil. Within it, all the way down to the microscopic structure of its proteins, it bears the traces if not the stigmata of its ancestry. — Jacques Monod
Stigmata Sayings By Jacques Barzun: The professionals resemble and recognize each other by virtue of the stigmata that their trade The professionals resemble and recognize each other by virtue of the stigmata that their trade has left upon them. They are like the dog in the fable, whose collar has made an indelible mark around his neck. The amateur is the shaggy wolf whom no dog had better trust too far. — Jacques Barzun
Stigmata Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Some people can leave their bodies and travel miles away," she said, staring meditatively at Some people can leave their bodies and travel miles away," she said, staring meditatively at the page. "Other people see them out wandering, and recognize them, and ye can bloody prove they were really tucked up safe in bed at the time. I've seen the records, all the eyewitness testimony. Some people have stigmata ye can see and touch - I've seen one. But not everybody. Only certain people." She — Diana Gabaldon
Stigmata Sayings By Beth Morey: I stand in my own power now, the questions of permission that I used to I stand in my own power now, the questions of permission that I used to choke on for my every meal now dead in a fallen heap, and when they tell me that I will fall, I nod. I will fall, I reply, and

my words are a whisper
my words are a howl

I will fall , I say, and the tumbling will be all my own. The skinned palms and oozing knees are holy wounds, stigmata of my She.

I will catch my own spilled blood, and not a drop will be wasted. — Beth Morey