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Undergoes Sayings By Ilchi Lee: Everything in existence undergoes constant change. The things that surround us, even our selves are Everything in existence undergoes constant change. The things that surround us, even our selves are temporary manifestations of Ki energy. — Ilchi Lee
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Undergoes Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Karma, memory, and desire are just the software of the soul. It's conditioning that the Karma, memory, and desire are just the software of the soul. It's conditioning that the soul undergoes in order to create experience. And it's a cycle. In most people, the cycle is a conditioned response. They do the same things over and over again. — Deepak Chopra
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Undergoes Sayings By Frank Knight: Knowledge is more a matter of learning than of the exercise of absolute judgment. Learning Knowledge is more a matter of learning than of the exercise of absolute judgment. Learning requires time, and in time the situation dealt with, as well as the learner, undergoes change. — Frank Knight
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Undergoes Sayings By Jack Kerouac: Mankind will someday realize that we are actually in contact with the dead and with Mankind will someday realize that we are actually in contact with the dead and with the other world, whatever it is; right now we could predict, if we only exerted enough mental will, what is going to happen within the next hundred years and be able to take steps to avoid all kinds of catastrophes. When a man dies he undergoes a mutation in his brain that we know nothing about now but which will be very clear someday if scientists get on the ball. The bastards right now are only interested in seeing if they can blow up the world. — Jack Kerouac
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Undergoes Sayings By Robert Louis Stevenson: In marriage, a man becomes slack and selfish, and undergoes a fatty degeneration of his In marriage, a man becomes slack and selfish, and undergoes a fatty degeneration of his moral being. — Robert Louis Stevenson
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Undergoes Sayings By Carl Jung: The Western 'God-image' is a representation of the collective unconscious, an archetype of the psyche The Western 'God-image' is a representation of the collective unconscious, an archetype of the psyche that undergoes a continual process of transformation ... The God image evolves through its relationship to humanity. Whoever knows God has an effect on 'him'. For the individual, knowing God, is the process of recognizing and assimilating the pressured and paradoxical contents of the self, which come to consciousness- seek incarnation- within the ego. — Carl Jung
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Undergoes Sayings By Robert Mayer: The physiological combustion theory takes as its starting point the fundamental principle that the amount The physiological combustion theory takes as its starting point the fundamental principle that the amount of heat that arises from the combustion of a given substance is an invariable quantity-i.e., one independent of the circumstances accompanying the combustion-from which it is more specifically concluded that the chemical effect of the combustible materials undergoes no quantitative change even as a result of the vital process, or that the living organism, with all its mysteries and marvels, is not capable of generating heat out of nothing. — Robert Mayer
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Undergoes Sayings By Ratan Tata: The economic situation, the high cost of undertaking manufacturing, the supply chain - which is, The economic situation, the high cost of undertaking manufacturing, the supply chain - which is, by the way, dying out also as manufacturing undergoes hardship - make the U.K. not the first place you would look at to make a manufacturing investment. — Ratan Tata
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Undergoes Sayings By Anne Frank: Don't believe the war is simply the work of politicians and capitalists. Oh no, the Don't believe the war is simply the work of politicians and capitalists. Oh no, the common man is every bit as guilty; otherwise, people and nations would have re- belled long ago! There's a destructive urge in people, the urge to rage, murder and kill. And until all of humanity, without exception, undergoes a metamorphosis, wars will continue to be waged, and everything that has been carefully built up, cultivated and grown will be cut down and destroyed, only to start allover again! — Anne Frank
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Undergoes Sayings By Greg Grandin: Another visitor described them as "midget hells, where one lies awake and sweats the first Another visitor described them as "midget hells, where one lies awake and sweats the first half of the night, and frequently between midnight and dawn undergoes a fierce siege of heat-provoking nightmares." They seemed to be "designed by Detroit architects who probably couldn't envision a land without snow."19 Ford managers, said the priest, "never really figured out what country they were in. — Greg Grandin
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Undergoes Sayings By Haruki Murakami: What do you mean, 'playing really creatively'? Can you give me an example?""Hmm, let's see What do you mean, 'playing really creatively'? Can you give me an example?"
"Hmm, let's see ... you send the music deep enough into your heart so that it makes your body undergo a kind of a physical shift, and simultaneously the listener's body also undergoes the same kind of physical shift. It's giving birth to that kind of shared state. Probably. — Haruki Murakami
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Undergoes Sayings By Brian Ferneyhough: I frequently compose out the entire metric structure of a piece in modified cyclic form, I frequently compose out the entire metric structure of a piece in modified cyclic form, where each cyclic revolution undergoes some form of 'variation' much as if measure lengths were concrete musical 'material.' — Brian Ferneyhough
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Undergoes Sayings By Gautama Buddha: The Beautiful chariots of kings wear out, This body too undergoes decay. But the Dhamma The Beautiful chariots of kings wear out, This body too undergoes decay. But the Dhamma of the good does not decay: So the good proclaim along with the good. — Gautama Buddha
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Undergoes Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: Just as in the world of plants and animals nothing ceases to exist, but continually Just as in the world of plants and animals nothing ceases to exist, but continually changes its form, the manure into grain, the grain into a food, the tadpole into a frog, the caterpillar into a butterfly, the acorn into an oak, so man also does not perish, but only undergoes a change. He believed in this, and therefore always looked death straight in the face, and bravely bore the sufferings that lead towards it — Leo Tolstoy
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Undergoes Sayings By Carl Sagan: The Hindu religion is the only of the World's great faiths dedicated to the idea The Hindu religion is the only of the World's great faiths dedicated to the idea that the Cosmos itself undergoes an immense, indeed an infinite, number of deaths and rebirths. — Carl Sagan
Undergoes Sayings By Joan Didion: Everybody who undergoes a death and finds themselves grieving is obsessed with the idea that Everybody who undergoes a death and finds themselves grieving is obsessed with the idea that they can't display self-pity, they have to be strong. Actually there are a lot of reasons why you are going to feel sorry for yourself, but that's your first concern. — Joan Didion
Undergoes Sayings By Emanuel Lasker: To refer to the oft mooted question, "Which piece is stronger, the Bishop or the To refer to the oft mooted question, "Which piece is stronger, the Bishop or the Knight?" it is clear that the value of the Bishop undergoes greater changes than that of the Knight. — Emanuel Lasker
Undergoes Sayings By Emmanuel Levinas: The "small goodness" from one person to his fellowman is lost and deformed as soon The "small goodness" from one person to his fellowman is lost and deformed as soon as it seeks organization and universality and system, as soon as it opts for doctrine, a treatise of politics and theology, a party, a state, and even a church. Yet it remains the sole refuge of the good in being. Unbeaten, it undergoes the violence of evil, which, as small goodness, it can neither vanquish nor drive out. A little kindness going only from man to man, not crossing distances to get to the places where events and forces unfold! A remarkable utopia of the good or the secret of its beyond. — Emmanuel Levinas
Undergoes Sayings By Johann Kaspar Lavater: Whenever a man undergoes a considerable change, in consequence of being observed by others, whenever Whenever a man undergoes a considerable change, in consequence of being observed by others, whenever he assumes another gait, another language, than what he had before he thought himself observed, be advised to guard yourself against him. — Johann Kaspar Lavater
Undergoes Sayings By Shulamith Firestone: A mother who undergoes a nine-month pregnancy is likely to feel that the product of A mother who undergoes a nine-month pregnancy is likely to feel that the product of all that pain and discomfort 'belongs' to her. — Shulamith Firestone
Undergoes Sayings By Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Every cell in our body has the capacity to hold infinity. Let us tap the Every cell in our body has the capacity to hold infinity. Let us tap the full potential that nature has bestowed on us, the potential to hold infinity in every cell of the body. For that, we must practice meditation regularly. Then our physiology undergoes a change and every cell in the body is filled with prana - life force. As the level of prana in the body rises, we bubble with joy. — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Undergoes Sayings By Mark McGinty: No life form on this planet undergoes such a slow and graceful death as the No life form on this planet undergoes such a slow and graceful death as the tobacco leaf. — Mark McGinty
Undergoes Sayings By Mark The Evangelist: Unless a man gives himself entirely to the Cross, in a spirit of humility and Unless a man gives himself entirely to the Cross, in a spirit of humility and self-abasement; unless he casts himself down to be trampled underfoot by all and despised, accepting injustice, contempt and mockery; unless he undergoes all these things with joy for the sake of the Lord, not claiming any kind of human reward whatsoever - glory or honor or earthly pleasures - he cannot become a true Christian. — Mark The Evangelist
Undergoes Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Whether or not the person I think of as me undergoes any essential changes, the Whether or not the person I think of as me undergoes any essential changes, the earth never stops circling the sun at it's old speed. — Haruki Murakami
Undergoes Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation. — Jiddu Krishnamurti
Undergoes Sayings By Alexis De Tocqueville: If ever America undergoes great revolutions, they will be brought about by the presence of If ever America undergoes great revolutions, they will be brought about by the presence of the black race on the soil of the United States - that is to say, they will owe their origin not to the equality but to the inequality of conditions. — Alexis De Tocqueville
Undergoes Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Change is part of life. Civilizations rise and fall, the tides wax and wane, the Change is part of life. Civilizations rise and fall, the tides wax and wane, the planet undergoes periods of climatic revolution, the young grow up, and the old die. What will come is that what shall be. Survival as individuals and as a species demands fluidity of human thought and the demonstrated ability, temperament, and perseverance to change. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Undergoes Sayings By Rudolf Steiner: In diabetes mellitus the case is as follows: the ego-organization, as it submerges in the In diabetes mellitus the case is as follows: the ego-organization, as it submerges in the astral and etheric realm, is so weakened that it can no longer effectively accomplish its action upon the sugar-substance. The sugar then undergoes the processes in the astral and etheric realms which should take place in the ego-organization ... From all this we see that a real healing process for diabetes mellitus can only be initiated if we are in a position to strengthen the ego-organization of the patient. — Rudolf Steiner
Undergoes Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Observe and contemplate on the hidden things of life: how a man's seed is but Observe and contemplate on the hidden things of life: how a man's seed is but the beginning, it takes others to bring it to fruition. Think how food undergoes such changes to produce health and strength. See the power of these hidden things which, like the wind cannot been seen, but its effects can be. — Marcus Aurelius
Undergoes Sayings By Baruch Spinoza: No reason compels me to maintain that the body does not die unless it is No reason compels me to maintain that the body does not die unless it is changed into a corpse. And, indeed, experience seems to urge a different conclusion. Sometimes a man undergoes such changes that I should hardly have said he was the same man. — Baruch Spinoza
Undergoes Sayings By Greg Grandin: They were "galvanized iron bake ovens," said Carl LaRue, commenting on Fordlandia's foibles years later. They were "galvanized iron bake ovens," said Carl LaRue, commenting on Fordlandia's foibles years later. "It is incredible that anyone should build a house like that in the tropics." Another visitor described them as "midget hells, where one lies awake and sweats the first half of the night, and frequently between midnight and dawn undergoes a fierce siege of heat-provoking nightmares." They seemed to be "designed by Detroit architects who probably couldn't envision a land without snow."19 Ford managers, said the priest, "never really — Greg Grandin
Undergoes Sayings By Lorna Jackie Wilson: As the caterpillar undergoes transformation within the cocoon before emerging as a butterfly; likewise, life As the caterpillar undergoes transformation within the cocoon before emerging as a butterfly; likewise, life experiences shape character. — Lorna Jackie Wilson
Undergoes Sayings By Marv Levy: Absolutely everything undergoes evolvement - whether it's technology, journalism, the NFL, medicine. Absolutely everything undergoes evolvement - whether it's technology, journalism, the NFL, medicine. — Marv Levy
Undergoes Sayings By Corinne Heline: At a certain stage of our progressive attainment, every Initiate undergoes an "Illumination by Sound" At a certain stage of our progressive attainment, every Initiate undergoes an "Illumination by Sound" in which the Music of the Spheres becomes to us a living reality. When the magical powers of sound are rediscovered and scientifically directed to the specific purpose of healing ... and when man has learned how to release the mantraic powers embodied in such inspired utterances, he will master the energies transcending even those unleashed by the atomic physicist of today. They will be energies of yet another and higher dimension. — Corinne Heline
Undergoes Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: All things are flowing, even those that seem immovable. The adamant is always passing into All things are flowing, even those that seem immovable. The adamant is always passing into smoke. The plants imbibe the materialswhich they want from the air and the ground. They burn, that is, exhale and decompose their own bodies into the air and earth again. The animal burns, or undergoes the like perpetual consumption. The earth burns, the mountains burn and decompose, slower, but incessantly. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Undergoes Sayings By Neil Constantine: Energy Drinks for Power Cyclist Cycling is a high intensity sport where huge amounts of Energy Drinks for Power Cyclist Cycling is a high intensity sport where huge amounts of calories are burned, muscle tissue broken up and a lot of water lost through sweat. To recover and regenerate energy and muscle tissue, your body undergoes a repair mechanism that depends on what you eat and drink. While eating proper foods keeps you healthy and builds your muscle stamina, taking energy drinks cannot be overemphasized as it increases energy and hydration needed for cycling and recovery. Energy drinks are formulated with ample supply of carbs and electrolytes ideal for maintaining high energy levels as well as replacing fluids lost during the rides. — Neil Constantine
Undergoes Sayings By Fredrik Backman: It's important to people in the Land-of-Almost-Awake that it should be this way, because they It's important to people in the Land-of-Almost-Awake that it should be this way, because they believe that nothing really ever completely dies. It just turns into a story, undergoes a little shift in grammar, changes tense from 'now' to 'then'. A — Fredrik Backman
Undergoes Sayings By Katherine Mansfield: Everything in life that we really accept undergoes a change. So suffering must become Love. Everything in life that we really accept undergoes a change. So suffering must become Love. That is the mystery. — Katherine Mansfield
Undergoes Sayings By Richard P. Feynman: 'Conservation' (the conservation law) means this ... that there is a number, which you can 'Conservation' (the conservation law) means this ... that there is a number, which you can calculate, at one moment-and as nature undergoes its multitude of changes, this number doesn't change. That is, if you calculate again, this quantity, it'll be the same as it was before. An example is the conservation of energy: there's a quantity that you can calculate according to a certain rule, and it comes out the same answer after, no matter what happens, happens. — Richard P. Feynman
Undergoes Sayings By Eric Jensen: From birth to the teenage years, the brain undergoes a fourfold increase in volume From birth to the teenage years, the brain undergoes a fourfold increase in volume — Eric Jensen
Undergoes Sayings By Lyudmila Ulitskaya: for some reason this metamorphosis didn't occur in all of his pupils, or even most for some reason this metamorphosis didn't occur in all of his pupils, or even most of them, but rather in the minority. What was the essence of this process? The awakening of a moral sensibility? Yes, of course. But why did it happen in some, and not in others? Is there some kind of mysterious module of transition: a ritual, or rite? Or perhaps Homo sapiens, rational man, also undergoes a phenomenon similar to neoteny, which is observed in worms, insects, and amphibians - when the ability to reproduce appears not in mature specimens, but already in the larval stages? And then the immature organism spawns analogous larvae, which will in their turn never mature. — Lyudmila Ulitskaya
Undergoes Sayings By Thorstein Veblen: The quasi-peaceable gentleman of leisure, then, not only consumes of the staff of life beyond The quasi-peaceable gentleman of leisure, then, not only consumes of the staff of life beyond the minimum required for subsistence and physical efficiency, but his consumption also undergoes a specialisation as regards the quality of the goods consumed. He consumes freely and of the best, in food, drink, narcotics, shelter, services, ornaments, apparel, weapons and accoutrements, amusements, amulets, and idols or divinities. — Thorstein Veblen
Undergoes Sayings By Han Kang: When a person undergoes such a drastic transformation, there's simply nothing anyone else can do When a person undergoes such a drastic transformation, there's simply nothing anyone else can do but sit back and let them get on with it. — Han Kang
Undergoes Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Not everyone is allotted the chance to become a personality; most remain types, and never Not everyone is allotted the chance to become a personality; most remain types, and never experience the rigor of becoming an individual. But those who do so inevitably discover that these struggles bring them into conflict with the normal life of average people and the traditional values and bourgeois conventions that they uphold. A personality is the product of a clash between two opposing forces: the urge to create a life of one's own and the insistence by the world around us that we conform. Nobody can develop a personality unless he undergoes revolutionary experiences. The extent of those experiences differs, of course, from person to person, as does the capacity to lead a life that is truly personal and unique. — Hermann Hesse
Undergoes Sayings By Dorothy L. Sayers: When a job is undertaken from necessity, or from a grim sense of disagreeable duty, When a job is undertaken from necessity, or from a grim sense of disagreeable duty, the worker is self-consciously aware of the toils and pains he undergoes ... But when the job is a labor of love, the sacrifices will present themselves to the worker
strange as it may seem
in the guise of enjoyment. Moralists, looking on at this, will always judge that the former kind of sacrifice is more admirable than the later, because the moralist, whatever he may pretend, has far more respect for pride than for love ... I do not mean that there is no nobility in doing unpleasant things from a sense of duty, but only that there is more nobility in doing them gladly out of sheer love of the job. — Dorothy L. Sayers
Undergoes Sayings By Jaroslav Hasek: This is what opportunity brings with it. It's the self-determination of man. Every man in This is what opportunity brings with it. It's the self-determination of man. Every man in the course of his life eternal life undergoes countless changes and has to appear once in this worlds as a thief in certain periods of his activity. — Jaroslav Hasek
Undergoes Sayings By Confucius: The superior man undergoes three changes. Looked at from a distance, he appears stern; when The superior man undergoes three changes. Looked at from a distance, he appears stern; when approached, he is mild; when he is heard to speak, his language is firm and decided. — Confucius
Undergoes Sayings By E.B. White: The living language is like a cow-path: it is the creation of the cows themselves, The living language is like a cow-path: it is the creation of the cows themselves, who, having created it, follow it or depart from it according to their whims or their needs. From daily use, the path undergoes change. A cow is under no obligation to stay. — E.B. White
Undergoes Sayings By Vicki Covington: I was that kind of tired you feel when you've spent a day in a I was that kind of tired you feel when you've spent a day in a hospital while a loved one undergoes surgery and comes through all right, the loved one, of course, being myself, and Christmas being the surgical procedure. — Vicki Covington
Undergoes Sayings By Carroll Quigley: It is clear that every civilization undergoes a process of historical change. We can see It is clear that every civilization undergoes a process of historical change. We can see that a civilization comes into existence, passes through a long experience, and eventually goes out of existence. — Carroll Quigley
Undergoes Sayings By Nan Shepherd: It is the eye that discovers the mystery of light, not only the moon and It is the eye that discovers the mystery of light, not only the moon and the stars and the vast splendours of the Aurora, but the endless changes the earth undergoes under changing lights. — Nan Shepherd
Undergoes Sayings By H.G.Wells: Language is the nourishment of the thought of man, that serves only as it undergoes Language is the nourishment of the thought of man, that serves only as it undergoes metabolism, and becomes thought and lives, and in its very living passes away. You scientific people, with your fancy of a terrible exactitude in language, of indestructible foundations built, as that Wordsworthian doggerel on the title-page of Nature says, "for aye," are marvellously without imagination! — H.G.Wells
Undergoes Sayings By Katherine Cecil Thurston: Of all the ills that circumstance forces upon man, separation from a beloved object is, Of all the ills that circumstance forces upon man, separation from a beloved object is, perhaps, the most salutary. Separation is the crucible wherein love undergoes the test absolute; in the fire of loss, grief softens to indifference or hardens to enduring need. — Katherine Cecil Thurston
Undergoes Sayings By Michael Snow: To extend the depth of what has been called 'art' into photography requires ... making To extend the depth of what has been called 'art' into photography requires ... making available to the spectator the amazing transformations the subject undergoes to become the photograph. — Michael Snow
Undergoes Sayings By William S. Wilson: The woman who undergoes this operation can sense the morphogenetic field at work in her The woman who undergoes this operation can sense the morphogenetic field at work in her face. She can feel the lines of force as they guide the embryonic cells into the patterns they must form. Why should a woman let her life be determined by tired collagens or by a shortage of zinc which weakens her electromagnetic field, the matrix of life? The goal of life is living. Life is a field of opportunity, guiding the individual forward along paths created by the meshed forces or objective possibilities as they interweave with a person's own potentialities. And this philosophy of life is now bodied forth in the faces of beautiful women. (Motherhood — William S. Wilson
Undergoes Sayings By Ameen Rihani: Like matter itself, an ideal is mutable, but indestructible. It does not die; it only Like matter itself, an ideal is mutable, but indestructible. It does not die; it only undergoes a change. — Ameen Rihani
Undergoes Sayings By Bertrand Meyer: Worse yet is the rejection of upfront requirements. The basic observation is correct: requirements will Worse yet is the rejection of upfront requirements. The basic observation is correct: requirements will change, and are hard anyway to capture at the beginning. In no way, however, does it imply the dramatic conclusion that upfront requirements are useless! What it does imply is that requirements should be subject to change, like all other artifacts on the software process.

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The agile advice here is irresponsible and serious software projects should ignore it.The sound practice is to start collecting requirements at the beginning, produce a provisional version prior to engaging in design, and treat the requirements as a living product that undergoes constant adaptation throughout the project. — Bertrand Meyer
Undergoes Sayings By Herbert Spencer: Evolution is an integration of matter and concomitant dissipation of motion during which the matter Evolution is an integration of matter and concomitant dissipation of motion during which the matter passes from an indefinite incoherent homogeneity to a definite coherent heterogeneity, and during which the retained motion undergoes a parallel transformation. — Herbert Spencer
Undergoes Sayings By Charles Whibley: What, indeed, is a New Yorker? Is he Jew or Irish? Is he English or What, indeed, is a New Yorker? Is he Jew or Irish? Is he English or German? Is he Russian or Polish? He may be something of all these, and yet he is wholly none of them. Something has been added to him which he had not had before. he is endowed with a briskness and an invention often alien to his blood. He is quicker in his movement, less trammeled in his judgement ... The change he undergoes is unmistakeable, New York, indeed, resembles a magic cauldron. Those who are cast into it are born again. — Charles Whibley
Undergoes Sayings By Greta Salpeter: I'd be the outsider gal who undergoes a makeover in the end [in the 'The I'd be the outsider gal who undergoes a makeover in the end [in the 'The Breakfast Club' ]. — Greta Salpeter
Undergoes Sayings By Karen Pryor: When you stop relying on aversive controls such as threats, intimidation, and punishment, and when When you stop relying on aversive controls such as threats, intimidation, and punishment, and when you know how to use reinforcement to get not just the same but better results, your perception of the world undergoes a shift. You don't have to become a wimp. You don't have to give up being in charge. You lose nothing of yourself. You just see things you didn't see before. — Karen Pryor
Undergoes Sayings By Emile M. Cioran: The mind is the result of the torments the flesh undergoes or inflicts upon itself. The mind is the result of the torments the flesh undergoes or inflicts upon itself. — Emile M. Cioran
Undergoes Sayings By Christian Metz: Photography is linked with death in many different ways. The most immediate and explicit is Photography is linked with death in many different ways. The most immediate and explicit is the social practice of keeping photographs in memory of loved beings who are no longer alive. But there is another real death which each of us undergoes every day, as each day we draw nearer to our own death. Even when the person photographed is still living, that moment when she or he was has forever vanished. — Christian Metz
Undergoes Sayings By Jean Baudrillard: The whole gestural system of work was also obscene, in sharp contrast to the miniaturized The whole gestural system of work was also obscene, in sharp contrast to the miniaturized and abstract gestural system of control to which it has now been reduced. The world of the objects of old seems like a theatre of cruelty and instinctual drives in comparison with the formal neutrality and prophylactic 'whiteness' of our perfect functional objects. Thus the handle of the flatiron gradually diminishes as it undergoes 'contouring' - the term is typical in its superficiality and abstractness; increasingly it suggests the very absence of gesture, and carried to its logical extreme this handle will no longer be manual - merely manipulable. At that point, the perfecting of the form will have relegated man to a pure contemplation of his power. — Jean Baudrillard
Undergoes Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: Avarice begets more vices than Priam did children and like Priam survives them all. It Avarice begets more vices than Priam did children and like Priam survives them all. It starves its keeper to surfeit those who wish him dead, and makes him submit to more mortifications to lose heaven than the martyr undergoes to gain it. — Charles Caleb Colton
Undergoes Sayings By Nick Gordon: December finds himself again a childEven as he undergoes his age.Cold and early darkness now December finds himself again a child
Even as he undergoes his age.
Cold and early darkness now descends,
Embracing sanctuaries of delight.
More and more he stares into the night,
Becoming less and less concerned with ends,
Emblem of the innocent as sage
Restored to wonder by what he must yield. — Nick Gordon
Undergoes Sayings By Carl Sagan: The Hindu religion is the only one of the world's great faiths dedicated to the The Hindu religion is the only one of the world's great faiths dedicated to the idea that the Cosmos itself undergoes an immense, indeed an infinite, number of deaths and rebirths.
It is the only religion in which the time scales correspond to those of modern scientific cosmology. Its cycles run from our ordinary day and night to a day and night of Brahma, 8.64 billion years long. Longer than the age of the Earth or the Sun and about half the time since the Big Bang. — Carl Sagan
Undergoes Sayings By Anne Frank: There's in people simply an urge to destroy, an urge to kill, to murder and There's in people simply an urge to destroy, an urge to kill, to murder and rage, and until all mankind, without exception, undergoes a great change, wars will be waged, everything that has been built up, cultivated, and grown will be destroyed and disfigured, after which mankind will have to begin all over again — Anne Frank
Undergoes Sayings By Stanislaw Jerzy Lec: Even the voice of conscience undergoes mutation. Even the voice of conscience undergoes mutation. — Stanislaw Jerzy Lec
Undergoes Sayings By Toba Beta: Higher learning undergoes emotional pressure. Higher learning undergoes emotional pressure. — Toba Beta
Undergoes Sayings By Edward Schillebeeckx: The crucified but risen Jesus appears in the believing, assembled community of the church. That The crucified but risen Jesus appears in the believing, assembled community of the church. That this sense of the risen, living Jesus has faded in many [churches] can be basically blamed on the fact that our churches are insufficiently 'communities' of God. Where the church of Jesus Christ lives, and lives a liberating life in the footsteps of Jesus, the resurrection faith undergoes no crisis. On the other hand, it is better not to believe in God than to believe in a God who minimizes human beings, holds them under and oppresses them, with a view to a better world to come. — Edward Schillebeeckx