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The New Age Sayings By Cathy O'Neil: these models are constructed not just from data but from the choices we make about these models are constructed not just from data but from the choices we make about which data to pay attention to - and which to leave out. Those choices are not just about logistics, profits, and efficiency. They are fundamentally moral. If we back away from them and treat mathematical models as a neutral and inevitable force, like the weather or the tides, we abdicate our responsibility. And the result, as we've seen, is WMDs that treat us like machine parts in the workplace, that blackball employees and feast on inequities. We must come together to police these WMDs, to tame and disarm them. My hope is that they'll be remembered, like the deadly coal mines of a century ago, as relics of the early days of this new revolution, before we learned how to bring fairness and accountability to the age of data. Math deserves much better than WMDs, and democracy does too. — Cathy O'Neil
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The New Age Sayings By David Spangler: No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation — David Spangler
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The New Age Sayings By Alex Lamb: Forgive me if I am not filled with enthusiasm for the new golden age," he Forgive me if I am not filled with enthusiasm for the new golden age," he said. — Alex Lamb
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The New Age Sayings By Michael Arrington: I've always believed that government tends to screw up whatever it touches, but Obama in I've always believed that government tends to screw up whatever it touches, but Obama in particular seemed different. He understood tech issues that left the other candidates bewildered. Part of it may be his age. But whatever the reason, I had real hope that he could help lead us into a new century of technology leadership and growth. — Michael Arrington
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The New Age Sayings By Horace Bushnell: When has the world seen a phenomenon like this? a lonely uninstructed youth, coming from When has the world seen a phenomenon like this? a lonely uninstructed youth, coming from amid the moral darkness of Galilee, even more distinct from His age, and from every thing around Him, than a Plato would be rising up in some wild tribe in Oregon, assuming thus a position at the head of the world and maintaining it, for eighteen centuries, by the pure self-evidence of His life and doctrine. — Horace Bushnell
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The New Age Sayings By Anna Quindlen: Jason Oliver C. Smith, a big dumb guy who was tan, died March 30 of Jason Oliver C. Smith, a big dumb guy who was tan, died March 30 of lung cancer and old age. He was 13 years old and lived in New Jersey, Pennsylvania. At the time of his death, his license was current and he had had all of his shots. He is survived by two adults, three children, a cat named Daisy who drove him nuts, and his lifelong companion, Pudgy, whose spaying he always regretted, as well as a host of fleas who have gone elsewhere, probably to Pudgy. He will be missed by all, except Daisy. He never bit anyone, which is more than you can say for most of us. — Anna Quindlen
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The New Age Sayings By Jack Johnson: The horizon has been defeated by the pirates of the new age. The horizon has been defeated by the pirates of the new age. — Jack Johnson
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The New Age Sayings By Cristen Rodgers: Maybe the moon just lost herself gazing too long at the brilliance of the sun Maybe the moon just lost herself gazing too long at the brilliance of the sun and that's how she got her glow.

And maybe we're made of the same
mysterious sort of magic that makes us magnify and mirror whatever we look at the most. — Cristen Rodgers
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The New Age Sayings By Lawren Harris: I felt the strange brooding lonely presence of Nature fostering a new race, a new I felt the strange brooding lonely presence of Nature fostering a new race, a new age, and as part of it, a new expression in Art. It was an unfolding of the heart itself through the effect of environment, of people, of place, and time. — Lawren Harris
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The New Age Sayings By Patience Strong: I thought I had finished with romantic adventures, but half-way through life and well past I thought I had finished with romantic adventures, but half-way through life and well past the age for losing one's heart, I was suddenly swept off my feet by a new love, a passionate, tyrannical, all-absorbing emotion: the love of a garden. — Patience Strong
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The New Age Sayings By Joan D. Vinge: These days too many of us seem inclined to cover our ears, close our eyes, These days too many of us seem inclined to cover our ears, close our eyes, and blindly follow the most narrow, conservative tenets of religion; or else seek comfort in the ancient traditions of New Age ritual. — Joan D. Vinge
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The New Age Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: Ego-identification with things creates attachment to things, which in turn creates our consumer society and Ego-identification with things creates attachment to things, which in turn creates our consumer society and economic structures where the only measure of progress is always more. The unchecked striving for more, for endless growth, is a dysfunction and a disease. It is the same dysfunction the cancerous cell manifests, whose only goal is to multiply itself, unaware that it is bringing about its own destruction by destroying the organism of which it is a part. Some economists are so attached to the notion of growth that they can't let go of that word, so they refer to recession as a time of "negative growth". — Eckhart Tolle
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The New Age Sayings By Shawn Johnson: I think it's important for girls at a young age to be involved in as I think it's important for girls at a young age to be involved in as many things as possible. Especially safe communities of people that teach them great life lessons like self-confidence and courage. And getting girls to go to camp especially in the summer where they can meet new friends, learn new things, and not just sit at home and watch TV. — Shawn Johnson
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The New Age Sayings By Noam Chomsky: During the onset of the Industrial Revolution in Eastern Massachusetts, mid-nineteenth century, there happened to During the onset of the Industrial Revolution in Eastern Massachusetts, mid-nineteenth century, there happened to be a very lively press run by working people, young women in the factories, artisans in the mills, and so on. They had their own press that was very interesting, very widely read and had a lot of support. And they bitterly condemned the way the industrial system was taking away their freedom and liberty and imposing on them rigid hierarchical structures that they didn't want. One of their main complaints was what they called "the new spirit of the age: gain wealth forgetting all but self." For 150 years there have been massive efforts to try to impose "the new spirit of the age" on people. But it's so inhuman that there's a lot of resistance, and it continues. — Noam Chomsky
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The New Age Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: Even the great Thomas Paine, a friend to Franklin and Jefferson, repudiated the charge of Even the great Thomas Paine, a friend to Franklin and Jefferson, repudiated the charge of atheism that he was not afraid to invite. Indeed, he set out to expose the crimes and horrors of the Old Testament, as well as the foolish myths of the New, as part of a vindication of god. No grand and noble deity, he asserted, should have such atrocities and stupidities laid to his charge. Paine's Age of Reason marks almost the first time that frank contempt for organized religion was openly expressed. It had a tremendous worldwide effect. His American friends and contemporaries, partly inspired by him to declare independence from the Hanoverian usurpers and their private Anglican Church, meanwhile achieved an extraordinary and unprecedented thing: the writing of a democratic and republican constitution that made no mention of god and that mentioned religion only when guaranteeing that it would always be separated from the state. — Christopher Hitchens
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The New Age Sayings By Nicky Gumbel: I have found on Alpha that those from an essentially enlightened background feel at home I have found on Alpha that those from an essentially enlightened background feel at home with the parts of the course which appeal to the mind, but often have difficulty in experiencing the Holy Spirit. Others coming from the New Age movement find that rational and historical explanations leave them cold, but at the weekend away they are on more familiar territory in experiencing the Holy Spirit — Nicky Gumbel
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The New Age Sayings By Charles Stewart Given: Athenaeum, or Jonathan Edwards at thirteen entering Yale College, and while yet of a tender Athenaeum, or Jonathan Edwards at thirteen entering Yale College, and while yet of a tender age shining in the horizon of American literature; while the same age finds H. W. Longfellow writing for the Portland Gazette. At fourteen John Quincy Adams was private secretary to Francis H. Dana, American Minister to Russia; at fifteen Benjamin Franklin was writing for the New England Courant, and at an early age became a noted journalist. Benjamin West at sixteen had painted "The Death of Socrates," at seventeen George Bancroft had won a degree in history, Washington Irving had gained — Charles Stewart Given
The New Age Sayings By E.B. White: The terror of the atom age is not the violence of the new power but The terror of the atom age is not the violence of the new power but the speed of man's adjustment to it, the speed of his acceptance. — E.B. White
The New Age Sayings By Marina Gorbis: After all, we are all immigrants to the future; none of us is a native After all, we are all immigrants to the future; none of us is a native in that land. Margaret Mead famously wrote about the profound changes wrought by the Second World War, "All of us who grew up before the war are immigrants in time, immigrants from an earlier world, living in an age essentially different from anything we knew before." Today we are again in the early stages of defining a new age. The very underpinnings of our society and institutions
from how we work to how we create value, govern, trade, learn, and innovate
are being profoundly reshaped by amplified individuals. We are indeed all migrating to a new land and should be looking at the new landscape emerging before us like immigrants: ready to learn a new language, a new way of doing things, anticipating new beginnings with a sense of excitement, if also with a bit of understandable trepidation. — Marina Gorbis
The New Age Sayings By George Burns: When I wasn't working, I put the blame directly where it belonged - I blamed When I wasn't working, I put the blame directly where it belonged - I blamed my agent. When I didn't have an agent, I spent time looking for a new agent so I would have somebody to blame. — George Burns
The New Age Sayings By John Michael Talbot: The only other style of music that attempts to go to the deeper place of The only other style of music that attempts to go to the deeper place of the silence that is music is New Age music. — John Michael Talbot
The New Age Sayings By Freya Stark: I do think we should be provided with a new body about the age of I do think we should be provided with a new body about the age of thirty or so when we have learnt to attend to it with consideration. — Freya Stark
The New Age Sayings By Jamaluddin Jamali: From History to ChanceThe river of time was flowing on its way, and I was From History to Chance
The river of time was flowing on its way, and I was swimming over its honey coloured surface with eyes closed. Does time move? It's debatable. But we definitely move, age to age, with time and away from it, from its unmoving faces. To see its new faces. In its widest, longest and strangest art gallery. — Jamaluddin Jamali
The New Age Sayings By Jacqueline Woodson: I was eleven, the idea of two identical digits in my age still new and I was eleven, the idea of two identical digits in my age still new and spectacular and heartbreaking. The girls must have felt this. They must have known. Where had ten, nine, eight, and seven gone? — Jacqueline Woodson
The New Age Sayings By Megan Marshall: What had become of the girl who sought out British Socinian texts all on her What had become of the girl who sought out British Socinian texts all on her own, argued over Swedenborgian theology with adults three times her age, read the New Testament thirty times in one summer, and taught herself Hebrew so that she could make her own translation of the Old Testament? There had been many obstacles. Because of financial hardship, she had been "thrown too early" into the working world, teaching long hours when she might have studied and written more. And there was the fact of her sex. Without the option of college or a profession, Elizabeth had not known how or where to apply herself. She had looked to men of genius to confirm her talents and grown "dependent on the daily consolations of friendship." She could see now that she had "constantly craved . . . assurances" that should have "come from within." Yet — Megan Marshall
The New Age Sayings By R.C. Sproul: The temple that was standing in Jesus' time was destroyed by the Romans in AD The temple that was standing in Jesus' time was destroyed by the Romans in AD 70. Many evangelical Christians are waiting eagerly for the Jews to build a new temple, seeing that as a sign of the end of the age. They fail to understand that the temple already has been rebuilt. Christ is the temple, the locus of the living presence of God in the midst of His people, and the rebuilding of the temple took place on the (lay of His resurrection. — R.C. Sproul
The New Age Sayings By Walter Brueggemann: Hope requires a very careful symbolization. It must not be expressed too fully in the Hope requires a very careful symbolization. It must not be expressed too fully in the present tense because hope one can touch and handle is not likely to retain its promissory call to a new future. Hope expressed only in the present tense will no doubt be coopted by the managers of this age — Walter Brueggemann
The New Age Sayings By Billy Graham: In this age of humanism, man is seduced by society with the lie that he In this age of humanism, man is seduced by society with the lie that he can become his own god ... the New Age movement is polluted with self and it will never bow before God - at least not until Christ returns. — Billy Graham
The New Age Sayings By Milan Kundera: We are born one time only, we can never start a new life equipped with We are born one time only, we can never start a new life equipped with the experience we've gained from the previous one. We leave childhood without knowing what youth is, we marry without knowing what it is to be married, and even when we enter old age, we don't know what it is we're heading for: the old are innocent children innocent of thier old age. In that sense, man's world is the planet of inexperience. — Milan Kundera
The New Age Sayings By Patrick Kelly: I never tell my age because I hope I'll always be the new kid on I never tell my age because I hope I'll always be the new kid on the block. — Patrick Kelly
The New Age Sayings By Philip Yancey: Jesus represents a point of common ground an esteemed rabbi to the Jew, a god Jesus represents a point of common ground an esteemed rabbi to the Jew, a god to the Hindu, an enlightened one to the Buddhist, a great prophet to the Muslim. Even to the New Age guru, Jesus is the pinnacle of God-consciousness. At the same time, Jesus is the divider. None but Christians see Him as a member of the Godhead on an exclusive mission to repair the broken world. — Philip Yancey
The New Age Sayings By Albert-Laszlo Barabasi: Open the "book of life" and you will see a "text" of about 3 billion Open the "book of life" and you will see a "text" of about 3 billion letters, filling about 10,000 copies of the new York Times Sunday edition. Each line looks something like this:
TCTAGAAACA ATTGCCATTG TTTCTTCTCA TTTTCTTTTC ACGGGCAGCC
These letters, abbreviations of the molecules making up the DNA, could easily mean that the anonymous donor whose genome has been sequenced will be bald by the age of fifty. Or they could reveal that he will develop Alzheimer's disease by seventy. We are repeatedly told that everything from our personality to future medical history is encoded in this book. Can you read it? I doubt it. Let me share a secret with you: Neither can biologists or doctors. — Albert-Laszlo Barabasi
The New Age Sayings By Criss Jami: If you assume that the new - and simply because it's new - is always If you assume that the new - and simply because it's new - is always to be better than the old, chances are you've never known anything valuable. — Criss Jami
The New Age Sayings By Marshall McLuhan: I expect to see the coming decades transform the planet into an art form; the I expect to see the coming decades transform the planet into an art form; the new man, linked in a cosmic harmony that transcends time and space, will sensuously caress and mold and pattern every facet of the terrestrial artifact as if it were a work of art, and man himself will become an organic art form. There is a long road ahead, and the stars are only way stations, but we have begun the journey. To be born in this age is a precious gift, and I regret the prospect of my own death only because I will leave so many pages of man's destiny - if you will excuse the Gutenbergian image - tantalizingly unread. But perhaps, as I've tried to demonstrate in my examination of the postliterate culture, the story begins only when the book closes. — Marshall McLuhan
The New Age Sayings By Brad Stone: Bezos ultimately concluded that if Amazon was to continue to thrive as a bookseller in Bezos ultimately concluded that if Amazon was to continue to thrive as a bookseller in a new digital age, it must own the e-book business in the same way that Apple controlled the music business. "It is far better to cannibalize yourself than have someone else do it," said Diego Piacentini — Brad Stone
The New Age Sayings By R.M. Engelhardt: We write because the blank piece of paper and the pen are there. We write We write because the blank piece of paper and the pen are there. We write because this is our addiction and we are proud of it. Our habit, our drug, our crutch. Whatever you wish to call it. We write because since an early age we felt it deep in our souls and in our bones. The poem must be written, the story must be told and the new myths and Gods are waiting for you to bring them forth from out of the darkness and to bring them into the light of being. You are a creator, so create. You are the writer. So write. — R.M. Engelhardt
The New Age Sayings By Nancy McKeon: I started working at the age of 2, doing commercials and modeling in New York. I started working at the age of 2, doing commercials and modeling in New York. — Nancy McKeon
The New Age Sayings By Kenneth Copeland: Words create pictures, and pictures in your mind create words. And then the words come Words create pictures, and pictures in your mind create words. And then the words come back out your mouth ... And when that spiritual force comes out it is going to give substance to the image that's on the inside of you. Aw, that's that visualization stuff! Aw, that's that New Age! No, New Age is trying to do this; and they'd get somewhat results out of it because this is spiritual law, brother. — Kenneth Copeland
The New Age Sayings By Patricia V. Davis: Two things I try to remember:My cultural, social, and financial environments formulate my view of Two things I try to remember:

My cultural, social, and financial environments formulate my view of the world. My age, sex, race, where I was born, who raised me, and who my inner circle is formulate my view of the world. My education, my exposure to new and different things, or lack thereof, formulate my view of the world. My view of the world formulates my opinions. But, if there's a missing piece from my world view, I can't have an informed, intelligent opinion on it. So, for example, if I've never experienced the color purple, my only informed opinions can be on the other colors. Not purple. I can say, "I don't like purple," or "I like purple," but in either case, my opinion has no significance.

The second thing I try to remember is that just because someone has a different opinion than I do, and he tells me so, it doesn't mean I'm being persecuted. In actual fact, it might mean that I'm about to learn something big. — Patricia V. Davis
The New Age Sayings By Michael Ennis: The times change, but the nature of men does not. Such men ... will not The times change, but the nature of men does not. Such men ... will not find our new age more favorable, and they will tell us that their evils are only necessities of the times. But they will linger in the house of the Devil, savor his vintage, and acquire a taste for it. — Michael Ennis
The New Age Sayings By Brene Brown: As a matter of fact, we are wired for connection. It's in our biology. From As a matter of fact, we are wired for connection. It's in our biology. From the time we are born, we need connection to thrive emotionally, physically, spiritually, and intellectually. A decade ago, the idea that we're "wired for connection" might have been perceived as touchy-feely or New Age. Today, we know that the need for connection is more than a feeling or a hunch. It's hard science. Neuroscience, to be exact. — Brene Brown
The New Age Sayings By Mark Virkler: The very best antidote for the New Age teachings is for Christians to enter into The very best antidote for the New Age teachings is for Christians to enter into and live fully in the supernatural. This is certainly no time to draw back from supernatural living and retreat into a mere defense of orthodoxy. Because we have adopted this stance for the last half-century, we have opened the door for the New Age to fill the vacuum. There is a longing in the human heart for communication and a relationship with the Divine. Since the dawn of history, when God's people do not preach, proclaim, and model the genuine article, men and women will wander into whatever appears to offer the fulfillment of their spiritual quest. We need to cast aside our hesitation and proceed strongly forward, the Word and the Spirit as our unfailing guide. — Mark Virkler
The New Age Sayings By Bell Hooks: ... consider New Age logic, which suggests that the poor have chosen to be poor, ... consider New Age logic, which suggests that the poor have chosen to be poor, have chosen their suffering. Such thinking removes from all of us who are privileged the burden of accountability. — Bell Hooks
The New Age Sayings By Stewart Udall: For those who want to understand the issues of the environmental crisis, Encounters with the For those who want to understand the issues of the environmental crisis, Encounters with the Archdruid is a superb book. McPhee reveals more nuances of the value revolution that dominates the new age of ecology than most writers could pack into a volume twice as long. I marvel at his capacity to listen intently and extract the essence of a man and his philosophy in the fewest possible words. — Stewart Udall
The New Age Sayings By Oscar Wilde: Cyril: surely you would acknowledge that art expresses the temper of its age, the spirit Cyril: surely you would acknowledge that art expresses the temper of its age, the spirit of its time, the moral and social conditions that surround it, and under whose influence it is produced.
Vivian: Certainly not! art never expresses anything but itself. This is the principle of my new aesthetics; and it is this, more than that vital connection between form and substance — Oscar Wilde
The New Age Sayings By Richard Feynman: [Doubt] is not a new idea; this is the idea of the age of reason. [Doubt] is not a new idea; this is the idea of the age of reason. This is the philosophy that guided the men who made the democracy that we live under. The idea that no one really knew how to run a government led to the idea that we should arrange a system by which new ideas could be developed, tried out, and tossed out if necessary, with more new ideas bought in - a trial-and-error system. This method was a result of the fact that science was already showing itself to be a successful venture at the end of the eighteenth century. Even then it was clear to socially minded people that the openness of possibilities was an opportunity, and that doubt and discussion were essential to progress into the unknown. If we want to solve a problem that we have never solved before, we must leave the door to the unknown ajar ... doubt is not to be feared, but welcomed and discussed. — Richard Feynman
The New Age Sayings By Stephen J. Wellum: Typology is the study of how OT historical persons, events, institutions, and settings function to Typology is the study of how OT historical persons, events, institutions, and settings function to foreshadow, anticipate, prefigure, and predict the greater realities in the new covenant age. The — Stephen J. Wellum
The New Age Sayings By Neal Stephenson: Kath Two wondered, as she always did, whether the people of the Epic would have Kath Two wondered, as she always did, whether the people of the Epic would have said and done some of what they had, had they known that, five thousand years later, billions of people would be watching them on video screens, citing them as examples, and quoting them from memory. Over the first few decades on Cleft, the cameras had died one by one. Depending on how you felt about ubiquitous surveillance, the result had either been a new Dark Age and an incalculable loss to history, or a liberation from digital tyranny. Either way, it signaled the end of the Epic: the painstakingly recorded account of everything that the people of the Cloud Ark had done from Zero onward. After that it had all been oral history for about a thousand years, since there had been no paper to write on and no ink to write on it with. Memory devices were scarce and jury-rigged. Every single chip had been used for critical functions such as robots and life support. — Neal Stephenson
The New Age Sayings By Jimmy Carter: I think that, regardless of our culture, age, or even personal handicaps, we can still I think that, regardless of our culture, age, or even personal handicaps, we can still strive for something exceptional. Why not expand our sights instead of restricting our lives and accepting the lowest common denominator of a dormant existence? Faith ... will permit us to take a chance on a new path, perhaps different from the one we now follow. It may be surprising where it leads. — Jimmy Carter
The New Age Sayings By Jane Austen: She played a great deal better than either of the Miss Musgroves; but having no She played a great deal better than either of the Miss Musgroves; but having no voice, no knowledge of the harp, and no fond parents to sit by and fancy themselves delighted, her performance was little thought of, only out of civility, or to refresh the others, as she was well aware. She knew that when she played she was giving pleasure only to herself; but this was no new sensation: excepting one short period of her life, she had never, since the age of fourteen, never since the loss of her dear mother, know the happiness of being listened to, or encouraged by any just appreciation or real taste. In music she had been always used to feel alone in the world; and Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove's fond partiality for their own daughters' performance, and total indifference to any other person's, gave her much more pleasure for their sakes, than mortification for her own. — Jane Austen
The New Age Sayings By Craig Ferguson: 114 isn't as old as it used to be they say its the new 104. 114 isn't as old as it used to be they say its the new 104. — Craig Ferguson
The New Age Sayings By Henry Rollins: I can't imagine being sixty years of age and playing music I wrote when I I can't imagine being sixty years of age and playing music I wrote when I was in my twenties. I would rather sail the sea of consequence to new lands. Laps around the shallow end of the pool, not for me. — Henry Rollins
The New Age Sayings By Camille Paglia: Popular culture is the new Babylon, into which so much art and intellect now flow. Popular culture is the new Babylon, into which so much art and intellect now flow. It is our imperial sex theater, supreme temple of the western eye. We live in the age of idols. The pagan past, never dead, flames again in our mystic hierarchies of stardom. — Camille Paglia
The New Age Sayings By Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse: The aim of far too many teachings these days is to make people "feel good," The aim of far too many teachings these days is to make people "feel good," and even some Buddhist masters are beginning to sound like New Age apostles. Their talks are entirely devoted to validating the manifestation of ego and endorsing the "rightness" of our feelings, neither of which have anything to do with the teachings we find in the pith instructions. So, if you are only concerned about feeling good, you are far better off having a full body massage or listening to some uplifting or life-affirming music than receiving dharma teachings, which were definitely not designed to cheer you up. On the contrary, the dharma was devised specifically to expose your failings and make you feel awful. — Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse
The New Age Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Now here comes in the whole collapse and huge blunder of our age. We have Now here comes in the whole collapse and huge blunder of our age. We have mixed up two different things, two opposite things. Progress should mean that we are always changing the world to suit the vision. Progress does mean (just now) that we are always changing the vision. It should mean that we are slow but sure in bringing justice and mercy among men: it does mean that we are very swift in doubting the desirability of justice and mercy: a wild page from any Prussian sophist makes men doubt it. Progress should mean that we are always walking towards the New Jerusalem. It does mean that the New Jerusalem is always walking away from us. We are not altering the real to suit the ideal. We are altering the ideal: it is easier. — G.K. Chesterton
The New Age Sayings By Orson Scott Card: But I'm three times your age or more and my brain is worn out and But I'm three times your age or more and my brain is worn out and full up. I don't have much room to tuck new things square inside; they just cling to the outside for a while and drop off. — Orson Scott Card
The New Age Sayings By Jennifer Ott: If you cannot reach a state of utter oneness with each other, how do you If you cannot reach a state of utter oneness with each other, how do you expect to solve anything? Separate the world will crumble; together the world will thrive. — Jennifer Ott
The New Age Sayings By Samuel Sagan: If there is one ruler that can harmonize and unify the mob of characters [in If there is one ruler that can harmonize and unify the mob of characters [in our astral body], it is the Ego (the Higher Ego, or Self, or Spirit). The more the Ego shines like a sun at the center of gravity of the astral body, the more the different characters start orbiting around it. Instead of working only to satisfy their own selfish desires, the characters start manifesting the purposes of the light and of the Spirit. Instead of plotting for the success of their own ambitions, they start accomplishing the works of the Higher Self ... The unveiling of the Self begins a process of unification
a new astral body slowly develops. In this new, or transformed, astral body, the different parts are penetrated by the light of the Self. Therefore they are not only united around the Self, but are also cemented to it ... [Before this process], one is nothing more than an appearance: it is the illusion of being one person ... — Samuel Sagan
The New Age Sayings By Jonathan Hale: There was a time in our past when one could walk down any street and There was a time in our past when one could walk down any street and be surrounded by harmonious buildings. Such a street wasn't perfect, it wasn't necessarily even pretty, but it was alive. The old buildings smiled, while our new buildings are faceless. The old buildings sang, while the buildings of our age have no music in them. — Jonathan Hale
The New Age Sayings By Carl Sagan: A new consciousness is developing which sees the earth as a single organism and recognizes A new consciousness is developing which sees the earth as a single organism and recognizes that an organism at war with itself is doomed. We are one planet. One of the great revelations of the age of space exploration is the image of the earth finite and lonely, somehow vulnerable, bearing the entire human species through the oceans of space and time. — Carl Sagan
The New Age Sayings By Atul Gawande: Few societies have come to grips with the new demography. We cling to the notion Few societies have come to grips with the new demography. We cling to the notion of retirement at sixty-five - a reasonable notion when those over sixty-five were a tiny percentage of the population but increasingly untenable as they approach 20 percent. People are putting aside less in savings for old age now than they have at any time since the Great Depression. More than half of the very old now live without a spouse and we have fewer children than ever before, yet we give virtually no thought to how we will live out our later years alone. — Atul Gawande
The New Age Sayings By Ovid: Look at the four-spaced yearThat imitates four seasons of our lives;First Spring, that delicate season, Look at the four-spaced year
That imitates four seasons of our lives;
First Spring, that delicate season, bright with flowers,
Quickening, yet shy, and like a milk-fed child,
Its way unsteady while the countryman
Delights in promise of another year.
Green meadows wake to bloom, frail shoots and grasses,
And then Spring turns to Summer's hardiness,
The boy to manhood. There's no time of year
Of greater richness, warmth, and love of living,
New strength untried. And after Summer, Autumn,
First flushes gone, the temperate season here
Midway between quick youth and growing age,
And grey hair glinting when the head turns toward us,
Then senile Winter, bald or with white hair,
Terror in palsy as he walks alone. — Ovid
The New Age Sayings By Mary Catherine Bateson: Active wisdoman entire cohort with something new to offer to the world as years of Active wisdom
an entire cohort with something new to offer to the world as years of experience combined with continuing health. [p. 52] — Mary Catherine Bateson
The New Age Sayings By Eraldo Banovac: All of those who perceive new challenges as climbing a mountain should accept the fact All of those who perceive new challenges as climbing a mountain should accept the fact that they aren't young anymore. — Eraldo Banovac
The New Age Sayings By Gordon Brown: Sometimes it takes a crisis for people to agree that what is obvious and should Sometimes it takes a crisis for people to agree that what is obvious and should have been done years ago, can no longer be postponed ... We must create a new international financial architecture for the global age. — Gordon Brown
The New Age Sayings By Alaric Hutchinson: Accept the past as the past and realize that each new day you are a Accept the past as the past and realize that each new day you are a new person who doesn't need to carry old baggage into the new day with you. It's amazing how many people ruin the beauty of today with the sorrows of yesterday. Yesterday doesn't exist anymore! For example, if ever I feel foolish or guilty about something I've done, I learn from it and attempt to do better the next time. Shame or guilt serves no one. Such feelings actually keep us down, often lowering the vibrations of those around us, as well. Living in the present moment is the recurring baptism of the soul, forever purifying every new day with a new you. — Alaric Hutchinson
The New Age Sayings By Garrett Hardin: In the specific case of abortion, the matter is particularly easy in that no woman In the specific case of abortion, the matter is particularly easy in that no woman wants a late abortion. Once abortion was made legal, the age of the aborted fetus went down. The slope slipped in the other direction. If we legalize RU-486 and other similar new drugs, the age will fall to one week or less and start approaching zero. The slippery slope will slide in the other direction. The only reason we have late abortions is because we make early abortion difficult. — Garrett Hardin
The New Age Sayings By Alan Richardson: Great Inititates are characterized less by their cosmic wisdom than by the deep knowledge that Great Inititates are characterized less by their cosmic wisdom than by the deep knowledge that they are endless beginners at all times, with an infinity of things to learn — Alan Richardson
The New Age Sayings By Seth Godin: The industrial age is ending, and a new one is beginning. It produces art instead The industrial age is ending, and a new one is beginning. It produces art instead of stuff and it rewards gracefulness. — Seth Godin
The New Age Sayings By Vasily Rozanov: Thus, Symbolism and Decadence are not a separate new school which arose in France and Thus, Symbolism and Decadence are not a separate new school which arose in France and spread throughout all of Europe: they represent the end and culmination of a certain other school whose links were very extensive and whose roots go back to the beginning of the modern age. Symbolism, easily deduced from Maupassant, can also be deduced from Zola, Flaubert, and Balzac, from Ultra-realism as the antithesis of the previous Ultra-idealism Romanticism and "renascent" Classicism. It is precisely this element of ultra - the result of ultra manifested in life itself, in its mores, ideas, proclivities, and aspirations - that has wormed into literature and remained there ever since, expressing itself, finally, in such a hideous phenomenon as Decadence and Symbolism. The ultra without its referent, exaggeration without the exaggerated object, preciosity of form conjoined with total disappearance of content, and "poetry" devoid of rhyme, meter, and sense - that is what constitutes Decadence. — Vasily Rozanov
The New Age Sayings By Paul Downs Colaizzo: People in their early 20s are not often considered the target demographic for new plays; People in their early 20s are not often considered the target demographic for new plays; musicals have had much more success in exploring that coming-of-age period of life. — Paul Downs Colaizzo
The New Age Sayings By Karl Urban: It was always something I knew I was capable of and from an early age It was always something I knew I was capable of and from an early age my mother was involved in the film industry. She used to work at a production company. So I was exposed to a renaissance period of films in New Zealand back in the early 80's. — Karl Urban
The New Age Sayings By Neale Donald Walsch: If you want the best the world has to offer, offer the world your best. If you want the best the world has to offer, offer the world your best. — Neale Donald Walsch
The New Age Sayings By Paramahansa Yogananda: The Western day is indeed nearing when the inner science of self-control will be found The Western day is indeed nearing when the inner science of self-control will be found as necessary as the outer conquest of nature. This new Atomic Age will see men's minds sobered and broadened by the now scientifically indisputable truth that matter is in reality a concentrate of energy. — Paramahansa Yogananda
The New Age Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: You don't need to change the world; you need to change yourself. You don't need to change the world; you need to change yourself. — Miguel Ruiz
The New Age Sayings By Sarah Vowell: It's worth pointing out that [Herman Melville] worked in [the New York Custom House] as It's worth pointing out that [Herman Melville] worked in [the New York Custom House] as a deputy customs inspector between 1866 and 1885. Nineteen years, and he never got a raise - four dollars a day, six days a week. He was by then a washed-up writer, forgotten and poor. I used to find this subject heartbreaking, a waste: the greatest living American author was forced to spend his days writing tariff reports instead of novels. But now, knowing what I know about the sleaze of the New York Custom House, and the honorable if bitter decency with which Melville did his job, I have come to regard literature's loss as the republic's gain. Great writers are a dime a dozen in New York. But an honest customs inspector in the Gilded Age? Unheard of. — Sarah Vowell
The New Age Sayings By Naomi Wolf: Today, women have access to the technological capacity to do anything to our bodies in Today, women have access to the technological capacity to do anything to our bodies in the struggle for "beauty", but we have yet to evolve a mentality beyond the old rules, to let them imagine that this combat among women is not inevitable. Surgeons can now do anything. We have not yet reached the age in which we can defend ourselves with an unwillingness to have "anything" done. This is a dangerous time. New possibilities for women quickly become new obligations. — Naomi Wolf
The New Age Sayings By Zack Love: Youth is marked by a breathtaking novelty that diminishes with each year of age - Youth is marked by a breathtaking novelty that diminishes with each year of age - until life becomes a delusive struggle to break routines, escape the ordinary, and rediscover the joy of discovery. — Zack Love
The New Age Sayings By Louis Auchincloss: I used to go to church. I even went through a rather intense religious period I used to go to church. I even went through a rather intense religious period when I was sixteen. But the idea of an everlasting life
a never-ending banquet, as a stupid visiting minister to our church once appallingly described it
filled me with a greater terror than the concept of extinction ... — Louis Auchincloss
The New Age Sayings By Garry Kasparov: We are living in a new ice age, and we need to apply the recipes We are living in a new ice age, and we need to apply the recipes of the Cold War to the Kremlin. That means isolation instead of offers of negotiation. And Ukraine should have been supplied with weapons long ago. — Garry Kasparov
The New Age Sayings By Samuel Johnson: Truth, like beauty, varies its fashions, and is best recommended by different dresses to different Truth, like beauty, varies its fashions, and is best recommended by different dresses to different minds; and he that recalls the attention of mankind to any part of learning which time has left behind it, may be truly said to advance the literatures of his own age. As the manners of nations vary, new topicks of persuasion become necessary, and new combinations of imagery are produced; and he that can accommodate himself to the reigning taste, may always have readers who perhaps would not have looked upon better performances. — Samuel Johnson
The New Age Sayings By John Kennedy Toole: Here at any rate is Ignatius Reilly, without progenitor in any literature I know of Here at any rate is Ignatius Reilly, without progenitor in any literature I know of - slob extraordinary, a mad Oliver Hardy, a fat Don Quixote, a perverse Thomas Aquinas rolled into one - who is in violent revolt against the entire modern age, lying in his flannel nightshirt, in a back bedroom on Constantinople Street in New Orleans, who between gigantic seizures of flatulence and eructations is filling dozens of Big Chief tablets with invective. — John Kennedy Toole
The New Age Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: Some men like shiny new toys. Others like the priceless antique. Some men like shiny new toys. Others like the priceless antique. — Donna Lynn Hope
The New Age Sayings By Adriano Bulla: The journey to the light starts with a candle. Once it's lit, darkness has gone The journey to the light starts with a candle. Once it's lit, darkness has gone forever. — Adriano Bulla
The New Age Sayings By Evan Osnos: At the age of eighty, the Dalai Lama has begun to discuss a range of At the age of eighty, the Dalai Lama has begun to discuss a range of prospects for the future disposition of his soul. Traditionally, after he dies, a search party of senior monks would set out to locate his new incarnation, who is most often a boy toddler, who goes on to be trained as a monk and a leader. — Evan Osnos
The New Age Sayings By Ravi Shastri: Sourav's greatest asset is his ability to communicate. He is a naturally very confident person. Sourav's greatest asset is his ability to communicate. He is a naturally very confident person. He encourages his team, is a great motivator and a born captain. He is not the media's blue eyed boy because he is a very straightforward person, who never minces his words, instead he talks in a no nonsense manner to the press. He shares an extremely healthy rapport with his teammates. His leadership skills are also vouched for by the youngsters in the team. He has phenomenal brand value. He's the new-age Indian, an aggressive go-getter, full of self-belief, determination. — Ravi Shastri
The New Age Sayings By Marianne Williamson: I feel that the term "new age" is used by basically hostile media to diminish I feel that the term "new age" is used by basically hostile media to diminish and marginalize a conversation that is very significant. It's held in place by journalists who are constantly looking for hooks and sound bites to keep them from having to make the effort of a deeper understanding and a more profound level of communication with the public. — Marianne Williamson
The New Age Sayings By John Steinbeck: I can't tell you how to live your life," Samuel said, "although I do be I can't tell you how to live your life," Samuel said, "although I do be telling you how to live it. I know that it might be better for you to come out from under your might-have-beens, into the winds of the world. And while I tell you, I am myself sifting my memories, the way men pan the dirt under a barroom floor for the bits of gold dust that fall between the cracks. It's small mining
small mining. You're too young a man to be panning memories, Adam. You should be getting yourself some new ones, so that the mining will be richer when you come of age. — John Steinbeck
The New Age Sayings By Horace Walpole: The next Augustan age will dawn on the other side of the Atlantic. There will, The next Augustan age will dawn on the other side of the Atlantic. There will, perhaps, be a Thucydides at Boston, a Xenophon at New York, and, in time, a Virgil at Mexico, and a Newton at Peru. At last, some curious traveler from Lima will visit England and give a description of the ruins of St Paul s, like the editions of Balbec and Palmyra. — Horace Walpole
The New Age Sayings By Diego Rivera: In my previous murals, I had tried to achieve a harmony in my painting with In my previous murals, I had tried to achieve a harmony in my painting with the architecture of the building. But to attempt such a harmony in the garden of the Institute would have defeated my purposes. For the walls here were of an intricate Italian baroque style, with little windows, heads of satyrs, doorways, and sculpturesque mouldings. It was within such a frame that I was to represent the life of an age which had nothing to do with baroque refinements
a new life which was characterized by masses, machines, and naked mechanical power. So I set to work consciously to over-power the ornamentation of the room. — Diego Rivera
The New Age Sayings By Alexis Bledel: I was modeling with an agency in New York and a manager with the agency I was modeling with an agency in New York and a manager with the agency introduced himself to me one day and he said he had auditions for someone my age. He asked if I would be interested in doing some. — Alexis Bledel
The New Age Sayings By Costa Georgiadis: National Permaculture Day is a chance to share thoughts, visions and lots of common sense National Permaculture Day is a chance to share thoughts, visions and lots of common sense ways that we can all make a positive difference to the world we live in. Its all about combining age old truths and skills with new and innovative thinking and technologies ... .people, plants and landscapes growing together, designing and nurturing a healthy community along the way. — Costa Georgiadis
The New Age Sayings By Tom Wolfe: By the 1950s The Novel had become a nationwide tournament. There was a magical assumption By the 1950s The Novel had become a nationwide tournament. There was a magical assumption that the end of World War II in 1945 was the dawn of a new golden age of the American Novel, like the Hemingway-Dos Passos-Fitzgerald era after World War I. — Tom Wolfe
The New Age Sayings By William Kent Krueger: All the dying that summer began with the death of a child, a boy with All the dying that summer began with the death of a child, a boy with golden hair and thick glasses, killed on the railroad tracks outside New Bremen, Minnesota, sliced into pieces by a thousand tons of steel speeding across the prairie toward South Dakota. His name was Bobby Cole. He was a sweet-looking kid and by that I mean he had eyes that seemed full of dreaming and he wore a half smile as if he was just about to understand something you'd spent an hour trying to explain. I should have known him better, been a better friend. He lived not far from my house and we were the same age. But he was two years behind me in school and might have been held back even more except for the kindness of certain teachers. He was a small kid, a simple child, no match at all for the diesel-fed drive of a Union Pacific locomotive. It — William Kent Krueger
The New Age Sayings By J.R. Ward: The mountains remained the masters, though. Even in the age of electricity and technology and The mountains remained the masters, though. Even in the age of electricity and technology and automobiles and tourism, the Adirondacks dictated the landscape of this stretch of northern New York. So there are a lot of lonesome stretches in the midst of all those forests. Heading up I-87, a.k.a. the Northway, the exits get farther and farther apart until you can go five miles, ten miles, fifteen miles without having a way off the road. And even if you do put your blinker on and ease onto a ramp that takes you to the right, all you'll find is a couple of stores and a gas station and two or three houses. People can hide in the Adirondacks. Vampires can hide in the Adirondacks. — J.R. Ward
The New Age Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress. Out of its bold struggles, economic and social reform gave birth to unemployment insurance, old age pensions, government relief for the destitute, and, above all, new wage levels that meant not mere survival but a tolerable life. — Martin Luther King Jr.
The New Age Sayings By Thomas B. Macaulay: Those who have read history with discrimination know the fallacy of those panegyrics and invectives Those who have read history with discrimination know the fallacy of those panegyrics and invectives which represent individuals as effecting great moral and intellectual revolutions, subverting established systems, and imprinting a new character on their age. The difference between one man and another is by no means so great as the superstitious crowd suppose. — Thomas B. Macaulay
The New Age Sayings By Gregg Braden: To create reality, focus beyond the outcome, as if it has already happened. To create reality, focus beyond the outcome, as if it has already happened. — Gregg Braden
The New Age Sayings By Philip K. Dick: Barefoot conducts his seminars on his houseboat in Sausalito. It costs a hundred dollars to Barefoot conducts his seminars on his houseboat in Sausalito. It costs a hundred dollars to find out why we are on this Earth. You also get a sandwich, but I wasn't hungry that day. John Lennon had just been killed and I think I know why we are on this Earth; it's to find out that what you love the most will be taken away from you, probably due to an error in high places rather than by design. — Philip K. Dick
The New Age Sayings By Chris Hardwick: Every year on my birthday, I start a new playlist titled after my current age Every year on my birthday, I start a new playlist titled after my current age so I can keep track of my favorite songs of the year as a sort of musical diary because I am a teenage girl. — Chris Hardwick