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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Norman Vincent Peale: For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. MATTHEW 18:20 OCTOBER 14 Prayer can change your life. I strongly recommend that you learn the art or science of prayer and put it to work in your life. Now this may seem to you to be just one more religious idea, without much life or sparkle to it. But that is where you would be wrong. It is the way to life itself. When I say this of prayer I do not speak of the mere mumbling of words. I do not mean formal affirmations either, although formal prayers sometimes help and some formal prayers are touched with the glory of God. What I mean is a deep, fundamental, powerful relationship of the individual to God, whereby his whole mind and heart become changed and he receives power from God within himself. I have seen such prayer change the lives of many. God's peace deeply imbedded in your mind can often have a more tranquilizing and healing effect upon nerves and tension than medicine. God's peace is itself medicinal. — Norman Vincent Peale
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Walter Hooper: Most Christians seem to have two kinds of lives, their so-called real life and their Most Christians seem to have two kinds of lives, their so-called real life and their so-called religious one. Not (C. S.) Lewis. The barrier so many of us find between the visible and the invisible world was just not there for him. It had become natural for Lewis to live ordinary life in a supernatural way. — Walter Hooper
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Hope Jahren: Resurrection plants are usually tiny, no bigger than your fist. They are ugly and small Resurrection plants are usually tiny, no bigger than your fist. They are ugly and small and useless and special. When it rains, their leaves puff up but do not become green for forty-eight hours because it takes time for photosynthesis to start up. During those strange days of its reawakening the plant lives off of pure concentrated sugar, an intense sustained infusion of sweetness, a year's worth of sucrose coursing through its veins in just one day. This little plant has done the impossible: it has transcended the wilted brown of death. The miracle is not sustainable, of course, and within a day or two things will inevitably go back to normal. Such a crazy life takes its toll, and in the long term, even a resurrection plant withers and dies completely. But for a brief, glorious moment it knows something that no other plant has ever known: how to grow without being green. — Hope Jahren
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: It is also good to love: because love is difficult. For one human being to It is also good to love: because love is difficult. For one human being to love another human being: that is perhaps the most difficult task that has been entrusted to us, the ultimate task, the final test and proof, the work for which all other work is merely preparation ... Loving does not at first mean merging, surrendering, and uniting with another person (for what would a union be of two people who are unclarified, unfinished, and still incoherent?), it is a high inducement for the individual to ripen, to become something in himself, to become world, to become world in himself for the sake of another person; it is a great, demanding claim on him, something that chooses him and calls him to vast distances ... Merging and surrendering and every kind of communion is not for them (who must still, for a long, long time, save and gather themselves); it is the ultimate, is perhaps that for which human lives are as yet barely large enough. — Rainer Maria Rilke
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Shimon Peres: The uprising in Egypt was initiated by the young generation. The uprising achieved two things. The uprising in Egypt was initiated by the young generation. The uprising achieved two things. One is it made the lives of dictators impossible. Today, if you are looking for a safe job, don't become a dictator. — Shimon Peres
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: One watches them on the seashore, all the people, and there is something pathetic, almost One watches them on the seashore, all the people, and there is something pathetic, almost wistful in them, as if they wished their lives did not add up to this scaly nullity of possession, but as if they could not escape. It is a dragon that has devoured us all: these obscene, scaly houses, this insatiable struggle and desire to possess, to possess always and in spite of everything, this need to be an owner, lest one be owned. It is too hideous and nauseating. Owners and owned, they are like the two sides of a ghastly disease. One feels a sort of madness come over one, as if the world had become hell. But it is only superimposed: it is only a temporary disease. It can be cleaned away. — D.H. Lawrence
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By James Baldwin: There is an illusion about America, a myth about America to which we are clinging There is an illusion about America, a myth about America to which we are clinging which has nothing to do with the lives we lead and I don't believe that anybody in this country who has really thought about it or really almost anybody who has been brought up against it
and almost all of us have one way or another
this collision between one's image of oneself and what one actually is is always very painful and there are two things you can do about it, you can meet the collision head-on and try and become what you really are or you can retreat and try to remain what you thought you were, which is a fantasy, in which you will certainly perish. — James Baldwin
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Harlan Coben: Guys who always shined their shoes were usually self-involved asswipes who figure superficiality trumps substance. Guys who always shined their shoes were usually self-involved asswipes who figure superficiality trumps substance. — Harlan Coben
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Christopher Titus: Valentines Day is a day we celebrate real love. A love so strong that two Valentines Day is a day we celebrate real love. A love so strong that two hearts become one. Yeah, when you're happy, she's happy. And when you're angry, she's angry. And when you start wallowing in self-pity because your hotrod shop tanks and everybody's against you so you start drinking. And then she moves out and goes and lives with her parents, pfft. Or was that the day after Valentines Day? Doesn't matter. I'll go get another one just like her. — Christopher Titus
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Oliver North: Without any intended hubris, I've lead a pretty exciting life. What I've tried to do Without any intended hubris, I've lead a pretty exciting life. What I've tried to do in Mission Compromised is draw on those experiences to create a sense of excitement and realism within the story. — Oliver North
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: I fear that if the matter is beyond humanity, it is certainly beyond me. I fear that if the matter is beyond humanity, it is certainly beyond me. — Arthur Conan Doyle
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Paul Westerberg: Having a diverse sense of taste - or lack of taste - I loved so Having a diverse sense of taste - or lack of taste - I loved so many different things. I was drawn to the stupidity and excitement of glam, I had a thorough upbringing in rhythm and blues. — Paul Westerberg
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Sometimes the warrior feels as if he were living two lives at once. 'There is Sometimes the warrior feels as if he were living two lives at once. 'There is a bridge that links what I do with what I would like to do,' he thinks. Slowly, his dreams take over his everyday life, and then he realises that he is ready for the thing he always wanted. Then all that is needed is a little daring, and his two lives become one. — Paulo Coelho
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Two Lives Become One Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: Why is one a slave to thought ? Why has thought become so important in Why is one a slave to thought ? Why has thought become so important in all our lives -thought being ideas, being the response to the accumulated memories in the brain cells? Perhaps many of you have not even asked such a question before, or if you have you may have said, "it's of very little importance- what is important is emotion." But I don't see how you can separate the two. If thought does not give continuity to feeling, feeling dies very quickly. So why in our daily lives, in our grinding, boring, frightened lives, has thought taken on such inordinate importance? — Jiddu Krishnamurti
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Shakti Gawain: Spiritual healing occurs as we begin to consciously reconnect with our essential being - the Spiritual healing occurs as we begin to consciously reconnect with our essential being - the wise, loving, powerful, creative entity that we are at our core. — Shakti Gawain
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Gretchen Rubin: Read the news every morning" or "Call one client each day" are easy to monitor, Read the news every morning" or "Call one client each day" are easy to monitor, while vague resolutions such as "Be more informed" or "Cultivate better client relationships" are hard to monitor ... Accurate monitoring helps determine whether a habit is worth the time, money, or energy it consumes. — Gretchen Rubin
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Tetsuya Nomura: If two people share one, their destinies become intertwined. They'll remain a part of each If two people share one, their destinies become intertwined. They'll remain a part of each other's lives no matter what. — Tetsuya Nomura
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Ethan Wethington: If there was only one solitary being on this planet or only a few who If there was only one solitary being on this planet or only a few who would never meet, then freedom would be unquestionably absolute, but in a society where two or more beings must interact, freedom becomes dynamic. We cannot secure our own freedom while we challenge the freedom of another. No one truly has freedom outside of their own existence, their personal beliefs, and decisions made for their own lives. When we raise an intention, a word, a hand, a weapon or any other force against anyone else, we become equally and justifiably vulnerable. Freedom is not just a right, it is a responsibility. — Ethan Wethington
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Jerry Bridges: We must be careful to let the Holy Spirit do this searching. If we try We must be careful to let the Holy Spirit do this searching. If we try to search our own hearts, we are apt to fall into one or both of two traps. The first is the trap of morbid introspection. Introspection can easily become the tool of Satan, who is called the "accuser" (Revelation 12:10). One of his chief weapons is discouragement. He knows that if he can make us discouraged and dispirited, we will not fight the battle for holiness. The second trap is that of missing the real issues in our lives. — Jerry Bridges
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Sylvia Plath: So I am led to one or two choices! Can I write? Will I write So I am led to one or two choices! Can I write? Will I write if I practice enough? How much should I sacrifice to writing anyway, before I find out if I'm any good? Above all, CAN A SELFISH, EGOCENTRIC, JEALOUS, AND UNIMAGINATIVE FEMALE WRITE A DAMN THING WORTHWHILE? Should I sublimate (my how we throw words around!) my selfishness in serving other people- through social or other such work? Would I then become more sensitive to other people and their problems? Would I be able to write honestly? Then of other beings besides a tall, introspective adolescent girl? I must be in contact with a wide variety of lives if I am not to become submerged in the routine of my own economic strata and class. — Sylvia Plath
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Jose Mujica: I've seen some springs that ended up being terrible winters. We human beings are gregarious. I've seen some springs that ended up being terrible winters. We human beings are gregarious. We can't live alone. For our lives to be possible, we depend on society. It's one thing to overturn a government or block the streets. But it's a different matter altogether to create and build a better society, one that needs organization, discipline and long-term work. Let's not confuse the two of them. I want to make it clear: I feel sympathetic with that youthful energy, but I think it's not going anywhere if it doesn't become more mature. — Jose Mujica
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Ron Currie Jr.: You wish they understood, as you do, that there is no escape and never was, You wish they understood, as you do, that there is no escape and never was, that from the moment two cells combined to become one they were doomed. You wish they understood that there is joy in this fact, greater joy and love in just this one last moment than they experienced in the entirety of their lives. Because even in this last moment there is still Everything, whole galaxies and eons, the sum total of every experience across time, shrunk to the head of a pin, theirs for the asking, right here, right now. And so anything, anything, anything is possible. — Ron Currie Jr.
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Inge Hegeler: If we look through a piece of glass, irregularities and impurities may distort and discolor If we look through a piece of glass, irregularities and impurities may distort and discolor the impression of what we see. If we regard something through a convex lens, it appears to be upside down. But if we place a concave lens in front of the convex lens, we correct the distortion in the convex lens and things no longer appear topsy-turvy. Each one of us regards the world through his own lens, his own glasses. The effect of those glasses is that, even though we may be looking at the same thing, not all of us actually see the same thing. The lenses are ground by each individual's upbringing, disposition and other factors. — Inge Hegeler
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Warren W. Wiersbe: In marriage, "two become one," and this miracle must never be forgotten. Marriage means that In marriage, "two become one," and this miracle must never be forgotten. Marriage means that a man and a woman must no longer say "mine" and "yours"; they should say only "ours." If one of them has a ministry, they both have a ministry, whether the other one accepts it or not. Marriage isn't a fifty-fifty partnership; it's a 100 percent stewardship in which each mate lives for the other and both live for the Lord. — Warren W. Wiersbe
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Chrissy Anderson: Alone we are fine; but when we're two, we are eternal. The moons have aligned Alone we are fine; but when we're two, we are eternal. The moons have aligned our separate lives; here become one and you would be the last thing I saw coming. — Chrissy Anderson
Two Lives Become One Sayings By George Eliot: It is a comfortable disposition leading us to expect that the wisdom of providence or It is a comfortable disposition leading us to expect that the wisdom of providence or the folly of our friends, the mysteries of luck or the still greater mystery of our high individual value in the universe, will bring about agreeable issues, such as are consistent with our good taste in costume, and our general preference for the best style of thing. — George Eliot
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Sylvia Townsend Warner: There is a period in one's life - perhaps not longer than six months - There is a period in one's life - perhaps not longer than six months - when one lives in two worlds at once ... It is the time when one has freshly learned to read. The Word, till then a denominating aspect of the Thing, has suddenly become detached from it and is perceived as a glittering entity, transparent and unseizable as a jellyfish, yet able to create an independent world that is both more recondite and more instantaneously convincing than the world one knew before. — Sylvia Townsend Warner
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Jan Hunter: Jill, a comprehensive school teacher in her early thirties, has put her dark past behind Jill, a comprehensive school teacher in her early thirties, has put her dark past behind her to become a lady in control of her own life. Successful in her career, soon to be divorced and with no emotional ties, she is content. Except that one morning, while trying to find work for a recalcitrant Year 9 class, she finds herself in a dark and murky street in Victorian England. The image soon disappears and she is back in the classroom, but the children she was teaching have gone and so has an hour of her life. Soon Jill finds herself living two parallel lives, one as a teacher and the other as a Victorian governess. And this is just the beginning — Jan Hunter
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Vironika Tugaleva: Most people spend their lives doing one of two things to their emotions: numbing or Most people spend their lives doing one of two things to their emotions: numbing or venting. Self-loving people do something very different - they accept each emotion as a piece of communication and they try to decode it. This way, emotions can become important guideposts on the journey of self-discovery, rather than annoying roadblocks. — Vironika Tugaleva
Two Lives Become One Sayings By E.H. Gombrich: It's bad idea to try to prevent people from knowing their own history. If you It's bad idea to try to prevent people from knowing their own history. If you want to do anything new you must first make sure you know what people have tried before. — E.H. Gombrich
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Theophan The Recluse: The object of our serch is the fire of grace which enters into the heart. The object of our serch is the fire of grace which enters into the heart. — Theophan The Recluse
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Sigmund Freud: We will therefore turn to the less ambitious question of what men themselves show by We will therefore turn to the less ambitious question of what men themselves show by their behavior to be the purpose and intention of their lives. What do they demand of life and wish to achieve in it? The answer to this can hardly be in doubt. They strive for happiness; they want to become happy and to remain so. This endeavor has two sides, a positive and a negative aim. It aims, on the one hand, at an absence of pain and unpleasure, and, on the other, at the experiencing of strong feelings of pleasure. In its narrower sense the word 'happiness' only relates to the last. In conformity with this dichotomy in his aims, man's activity develops in two directions, according as it seeks to realize - in the main, or even exclusively - the one or the other of these aims. — Sigmund Freud
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Andrew Sean Greer: Here is a writer possessing the greatest talent: that of fully inhabiting the lives of Here is a writer possessing the greatest talent: that of fully inhabiting the lives of others. Spargo conjures up these two as no one has done before. Scott and Zelda become, in Spargo's remarkable novel, not people of history but of literature, and reminders of what we fight for, what we fail to win, and the beauty that abides between. A marvel of a book. — Andrew Sean Greer
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Vladimir S. Soloviev: The meaning and worth of love, as a feeling, is that it really forces us, The meaning and worth of love, as a feeling, is that it really forces us, with all our being, to acknowledge for ANOTHER the same absolute central significance which, because of the power of our egoism, we are conscious of only in our own selves. Love is important not as one of our feelings, but as the transfer of all our interest in life from ourselves to another, as the shifting of the very centre of our personal life. This is characteristic of every kind of love, but predominantly of sexual love; it is distinguished from other kinds of love by greater intensity, by a more engrossing character, and by the possibility of a more complete overall reciprocity. Only this love can lead to the real and indissoluble union of two lives into one; only of it do the words of Holy Writ say: 'They shall be one flesh,' i.e., shall become one real being. — Vladimir S. Soloviev
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Ellen Fein: Separate vacations have become more popular among married couples. We don't think this is a Separate vacations have become more popular among married couples. We don't think this is a good idea. Over time, doing your own thing will cause you to lead separate lives. We are not talking about a three-day trip to Florida with your sister or best friend - if you want to take small trips like this, feel free to. But if you want to take a major vacation - say, to spend two weeks in Europe - your husband should be your travel companion. But suppose your idea of a fun vacation is going to Europe or lying on the beach in the Caribbean, while your husband loves tours of historic sites and museums. Our advice is to figure out a way to do a little of both. One year, you can go to the beach, the next year you can do a tourist package together, or go on a trip with a beach near some sites of cultural interest. Once you start planning separate vacations, you become like roommates, not lovers. — Ellen Fein
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Bart Hopkins: Kane tuned up Honey for a few minutes, then he reached into his case and Kane tuned up Honey for a few minutes, then he reached into his case and pulled out his ball cap with the American flag on it. He rotated it around in his hands and worked the bill a little bit. Thought about what he'd done for his country, and the friends he lost. He didn't regret any of it, even the parts that hurt. Loving his country wasn't something that required effort on his part - it came naturally. — Bart Hopkins
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Maria Bello: I think a lot of people become actors because they have a great reservoir and I think a lot of people become actors because they have a great reservoir and repertoire of many different emotions they felt over their lives. It's like having a toolbox, and you go down into the toolbox and choose one or two of those that you need for a particular scenario, or something that comes up in a line. — Maria Bello
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Blanche Bachelar: All literature, or most literature, is about sex. (A. Burgess) All literature, or most literature, is about sex. (A. Burgess) — Blanche Bachelar
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Abeba Habtu: Please remember, no matter how hard it seems and no matter how badly you feel Please remember, no matter how hard it seems and no matter how badly you feel you can always become courageous. — Abeba Habtu
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Zig Ziglar: Once you learn to do something consciously, you can move it into the subconscious and Once you learn to do something consciously, you can move it into the subconscious and do it well. Everything you do well will be done subconsciously. — Zig Ziglar
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Italo Calvino: The lives of individuals of the human race form a constant plot, in which every The lives of individuals of the human race form a constant plot, in which every attempt to isolate one piece of living that has a meaning separate from the rest-for example, the meeting of two people, which will become decisive for both-must bear in mind that each of the two brings with himself a texture of events, environments, other people, and that from the meeting, in turn, other stories will be derived which will break off from their common story. — Italo Calvino
Two Lives Become One Sayings By Liu Cixin: The only way to escape this fate was to mate with a member of the The only way to escape this fate was to mate with a member of the opposite sex. When that happened, the organic material making up their bodies would meld into one. Two-thirds of the material would then become fuel to power the biochemical reaction that would completely renew the cells in the remaining one-third and create a new body. Then this body would divide into three to five tiny new lives: their children. They would inherit some of the memories of their parents, continue their lives, and begin the cycle of life anew. — Liu Cixin