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Unsolved Sayings By Matt Haig: It is another unsolved mystery in a world full of unsolved mysteries.Now stand up and It is another unsolved mystery in a world full of unsolved mysteries.Now stand up and walk out the way you came, and the moment that fresh air caresses your face, you will realize that that is what makes the world so beautiful. All those unsolved mysteries. And you won't ever want to interfere with that beauty again. — Matt Haig
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Unsolved Sayings By Victor Hugo: And custom, decrees of damnation pronounced by society, artificially creating hells amid the civilization of And custom, decrees of damnation pronounced by society, artificially creating hells amid the civilization of earth, and adding the element of human fate to divine destiny; so long as the three great problems of the century - the degradation of man through pauperism, the corruption of woman through hunger, the crippling of children through lack of light - are unsolved; so long as social asphyxia is possible in any part of the world; - in other words, — Victor Hugo
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Unsolved Sayings By Lemony Snicket: There are many mysteries I have never solved, and the hair of my chaperone is There are many mysteries I have never solved, and the hair of my chaperone is perhaps my most curious unsolved case. — Lemony Snicket
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Unsolved Sayings By Omar Khayyam: Tis but a day we sojourn here below, And all the gain we get is Tis but a day we sojourn here below,
And all the gain we get is grief and woe,
Then, leaving our life's riddles all unsolved,
And burdened with regrets, we have to go. — Omar Khayyam
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Unsolved Sayings By William James Mayo: Experience hobbles progress and leads to abandonment of difficult problems; it encourages the initiated to Experience hobbles progress and leads to abandonment of difficult problems; it encourages the initiated to walk on the shady side of the street in the direction of experiences that have been pleasant. Youth without experience attacks the unsolved problems which maturer age with experience avoids, and from the labors of youth comes progress. Youth has dreams and visions, and will not be denied. — William James Mayo
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Unsolved Sayings By Meher Baba: This whole universe, with all its vastness, grandeur and beauty, is nothing but sheer imagination. This whole universe, with all its vastness, grandeur and beauty, is nothing but sheer imagination. In spite of so many discoveries, researches and scientific knowledge, the creation remains a great unsolved riddle. — Meher Baba
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Unsolved Sayings By Karl Popper: We know a great deal, but our ignorance is sobering and boundless. With each step We know a great deal, but our ignorance is sobering and boundless. With each step forward, with each problem which we solve, we not only discover new and unsolved problems, but we also discover that where we believed that we were standing on firm and safe ground, all things are, in truth, insecure and in a state of flux. — Karl Popper
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Unsolved Sayings By Gerald Holton: The unsolved problems of the physical world now seem even more formidable than those solved The unsolved problems of the physical world now seem even more formidable than those solved in the twentieth century.

Though in application it works splendidly, we do not even understand the physical meaning of quantum mechanics, much less how it might be united with general relativity.

We don't know why the dimensionless constants (ratios of masses of elementary particles, ratios of strength of gravitational to electric forces, fine structure constant, etc.) have the values they do, unless we appeal to the implausible anthropic principle, which seems like a regression to Aristotelian teleology. — Gerald Holton
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Unsolved Sayings By Graham Clingbine: There is a long-standing trend of documented trend of UFO appearances and these appearances have There is a long-standing trend of documented trend of UFO appearances and these appearances have led to a fascinating worldwide yet still unsolved enigma. 'Disclosure: The Future is Now' takes a close non-fictional look at the history of UFO sightings and related areas such as alien abductions.and alleged government conspiracies. Disclosure is also a science fiction story of how events in the future may return to affect the Earth at the present time. 'Release From Stasis' is a fictional sequel to the first book's story. — Graham Clingbine
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Unsolved Sayings By Alev Lytle Croutier: We cannot look at history and expect our contemporary perceptions to apply. His-story is a We cannot look at history and expect our contemporary perceptions to apply. His-story is a male sport, the story of men, as told by men through the ages. Women figure in it simply to patch the silent phrases. But there is an uncanny resemblance between rituals of forgotten history and the reign of the feminine unconscious. Harem cannot be explained simply through the mirror of history. Harem is a unique archetype of the collective unconscious - matriarchy incubating in the cradle of patriarchy. It is an unsolved enigma, a haunting mystery, and undeniably a source of intuitive intelligence. — Alev Lytle Croutier
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Unsolved Sayings By Charlie Close: Mr. Lawrence drank from his beer. Do you know how I figure out what to Mr. Lawrence drank from his beer. Do you know how I figure out what to do? I look under rocks for slime. I lick the slime with my own tongue. I see the problem for what it is, not what a consultant's methodology says it should be. I find people who are working on something that no one told them to work on, who solve a problem because they can't let it stay unsolved, who don't eat or bathe because it takes too much time. I find the ones selling their ideas to customers without going through the marketing department first. I've gotten good at picking molds off cheeses and turning them into penicillin. People used to wonder where my ideas came from. It was simple: I looked for slimy rocks and moldy cheese, and I watched the bank account like a hawk. It worked well for this company for a long time. — Charlie Close
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Unsolved Sayings By Mikhail Kalashnikov: My spiritual pain is unbearable. I keep having the same unsolved question: if my rifle My spiritual pain is unbearable. I keep having the same unsolved question: if my rifle claimed people's lives, then can it be that I a Christian and an Orthodox believer, was to blame for their deaths? — Mikhail Kalashnikov
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Unsolved Sayings By William James: Marvelous as may be the power of my dog to understand my moods, deathless as Marvelous as may be the power of my dog to understand my moods, deathless as his affection and fidelity, his mental state is as unsolved a mystery to me as it was to my remotest ancestor. — William James
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Unsolved Sayings By Erskine Caldwell: He still could not understand why he had nothing, and would never have anything, and He still could not understand why he had nothing, and would never have anything, and there was no one who knew and who could tell him. It was the unsolved mystery of his life. — Erskine Caldwell
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Unsolved Sayings By Hugh Prather: Life is also a mixture of unsolved problems, ambiguous victories and vague defeats-with very few Life is also a mixture of unsolved problems, ambiguous victories and vague defeats-with very few moments of clear peace. — Hugh Prather
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Unsolved Sayings By Brent Saltzman: You only get one life. And before you know it, it'll be over. You'll go You only get one life. And before you know it, it'll be over. You'll go to sleep one day in your twenties, then wake up in your fifties. The purpose of life isn't to sit around waiting for something to happen on a wing and prayer; you have to make it happen. You can spend your whole life searching for unsolved mysteries or waiting for someone to fall in love with you, but at the end of your life you'll realize you've wasted your time. You've missed all of the beauty in the world in search of a vague dream or an answer to a question that has none. The purpose of life isn't to wait for things to fall into your lap. The purpose of life is to live. — Brent Saltzman
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Unsolved Sayings By Esther Hizsa: Whenever my mind is muddied by fears, longings, and unsolved problems and my body poised Whenever my mind is muddied by fears, longings, and unsolved problems and my body poised to fight or flee, I try to picture that jar of pond water. As I 'quiet myself' my anxieties sink and clarity emerges: there is no place that God is not, no calamity to be faced without Jesus by my side, and nothing in all creation that can separate me from God's love. — Esther Hizsa
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Unsolved Sayings By Johnny Carson: New York is an exciting town where something is happening all the time, most unsolved. New York is an exciting town where something is happening all the time, most unsolved. — Johnny Carson
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Unsolved Sayings By Wolfgang Pauli: The theoretical determination of the fine structure constant is certainly the most important of the The theoretical determination of the fine structure constant is certainly the most important of the unsolved problems of modern physics. — Wolfgang Pauli
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Unsolved Sayings By Robert Winder: Other unsolved murders or untimely deaths were readily blamed on the supposedly sinister Jews: If Other unsolved murders or untimely deaths were readily blamed on the supposedly sinister Jews: If a Jewish doctor failed to save a life, the whole Jewish community might be attacked and fined. — Robert Winder
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Unsolved Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: I would like to beg of you, dear friend, as well as I can, to I would like to beg of you, dear friend, as well as I can, to have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart. Try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books written in a foreign language. Do not now look for the answers. They cannot now be given to you because you could not live them. It is a question of experiencing everything. At present you need to live the question. Perhaps you will gradually, without even noticing it, find yourself experiencing the answer, some distant day. — Rainer Maria Rilke
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Unsolved Sayings By Herman Melville: And this tattooing, had been the work of a departed prophet and seer of his And this tattooing, had been the work of a departed prophet and seer of his island, who, by those hieroglyphic marks, had written out on his body a complete theory of the heavens and the earth, and a mystical treatise on the art of attaining truth; so that Queequeg in his own proper person was a riddle to unfold; a wondrous work in one volume; but whose mysteries not even himself could read, though his own live heart beat against them; and these mysteries were therefore destined in the end to moulder away with the living parchment whereon they were inscribed, and so be unsolved to the last. — Herman Melville
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Unsolved Sayings By Rhys Bowen: At last he said, "I've been fourteen years on the police force. I've learned from At last he said, "I've been fourteen years on the police force. I've learned from seasoned veterans. I've handled all types of criminal cases. But my wife, newly arrived from the backwoods of Ireland, manages to tie up all my unsolved cases for me with apparently no effort at all. I should just quit my job and stay home looking after the babies while you go out to work for us. — Rhys Bowen
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Unsolved Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: A depleted account had caused me to postpone my holiday, and as to my companion, A depleted account had caused me to postpone my holiday, and as to my companion, neither the country nor the sea presented the slightest attraction to him. He loved to lie in the very center of five millions of people, with his filaments stretching out and running through them, responsive to every little rumour or suspicion of unsolved crime. — Arthur Conan Doyle
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Unsolved Sayings By Bill Maher: 40% of homicides go unsolved. You know, it's not a very good record. And, also, 40% of homicides go unsolved. You know, it's not a very good record. And, also, 95% of convictions in America come from plea bargaining, which is often coerced. It's like we have the worst of both worlds. We don't convict the guilty enough, and we coerce the innocent too much. — Bill Maher
Unsolved Sayings By Charlie Pierce: The murder of John Kennedy in broad daylight in the streets of an American city The murder of John Kennedy in broad daylight in the streets of an American city remains, to me, an unsolved crime. — Charlie Pierce
Unsolved Sayings By Andrew Wiles: Pure mathematicians just love to try unsolved problems - they love a challenge. Pure mathematicians just love to try unsolved problems - they love a challenge. — Andrew Wiles
Unsolved Sayings By Gunter Blobel: Although I completed two years of internship in various small hospitals, I decided against continuing Although I completed two years of internship in various small hospitals, I decided against continuing my medical training. I was much more fascinated by the unsolved problems of medicine than by practicing it. — Gunter Blobel
Unsolved Sayings By Victor F. Weisskopf: Through Jung [Pauli] became very interested in various kinds of mysticism, including Jewish mysticism. This Through Jung [Pauli] became very interested in various kinds of mysticism, including Jewish mysticism. This led Pauli to develop a friendship with Gershom Scholem, the world's greatest authority in that field and in the Cabala, .... On one occasion Scholem asked me to tell him about unsolved problems in modern physics. .... When I mentioned this number --137-- to Scholem, .... He told me that in Hebrew .... The number corresponding to the word 'cabala' happens to be 137. — Victor F. Weisskopf
Unsolved Sayings By George Gascon: Given my experience, I believe there are three compelling reasons why the death penalty should Given my experience, I believe there are three compelling reasons why the death penalty should be replaced. (1) The criminal justice system makes mistakes and the possibility of executing innocent people is both inherently wrong and morally reprehensible; (2) My personal experience and crime data show the death penalty does not reduce crime; and (3) The death penalty wastes precious resources that could be best used to fight crime and solve thousands of unsolved homicides languishing in filing cabinets in understaffed police departments across the state. — George Gascon
Unsolved Sayings By Daniel Gilbert: The human brain is the only object in the known universe that can predict its The human brain is the only object in the known universe that can predict its own future and tell its on fortune. The fact that we can make disastrous decisions even as we foresee their consequences is the great, unsolved mystery of human behavior. When you hold your fate in your hands, why would you ever make a fist? — Daniel Gilbert
Unsolved Sayings By Eraldo Banovac: How to advise parents for being successful in raising children stillremains an important unsolved problem. How to advise parents for being successful in raising children still
remains an important unsolved problem. — Eraldo Banovac
Unsolved Sayings By R. Buckminster Fuller: It is one of our most exciting discoveries that local discovery leads to a complex It is one of our most exciting discoveries that local discovery leads to a complex of further discoveries. Corollary to this we find that we no sooner get a problem solved than we are overwhelmed with a multiplicity of additional problems in a most beautiful payoff of heretofore unknown, previously unrecognized, & as-yet unsolved problems. — R. Buckminster Fuller
Unsolved Sayings By Anonymous: If women do not find a male attractive, he is simply not offering them enough If women do not find a male attractive, he is simply not offering them enough genetic value; his behavior is unattractive, and he can only become attractive by improving his behavior to become more masculine and thus in fact more valuable to women.However, women not only want a male they are attracted to, but they also prefer a man who is attracted to them, so the process of seduction boils down to demonstrating that attraction too. What women want is supposed to be some sort of unsolved mystery that has haunted males, and even females, since the dawn of civilization.Well, no more! Women want men who treat them like women, males who are masculine and who make females feel feminine-men with confidence, charm, and responsibility — Anonymous
Unsolved Sayings By Santosh Kalwar: Life is puzzle unsolved. Life is puzzle unsolved. — Santosh Kalwar
Unsolved Sayings By Edwin Land: I believe that each young person is different from any other who has ever lived, I believe that each young person is different from any other who has ever lived, as different as his fingerprints: that he could bring to the world a wonderful and special way of solving unsolved problems, that in his special way, he can be great. — Edwin Land
Unsolved Sayings By Adam Bucko: The goal is not to answer these questions. The goal is to be present to The goal is not to answer these questions. The goal is to be present to them with all that we are. In a way we are following the poet Rilke's advice when he counseled the young artist, be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, live along into the answer. — Adam Bucko
Unsolved Sayings By Rita Mae Brown: Every place has unsolved crimes because people don't want to know. Every place has unsolved crimes because people don't want to know. — Rita Mae Brown
Unsolved Sayings By Hannah: There is hardly an aspect of contemporary history more irritating and mystifying than the fact There is hardly an aspect of contemporary history more irritating and mystifying than the fact that of all the great unsolved political questions of our century, it should have been this seemingly small and unimportant Jewish problem that had the dubious honor of setting the whole infernal machine in motion. — Hannah
Unsolved Sayings By Daniel Keyes: Pushing too hard will only make things freeze up. How many great problems have gone Pushing too hard will only make things freeze up. How many great problems have gone unsolved because men didn't know enough, or have enough faith in the creative process and in themselves, to let go for the whole mind to work at it? — Daniel Keyes
Unsolved Sayings By Marissa Mayer: Search is an unsolved problem. Search is an unsolved problem. — Marissa Mayer
Unsolved Sayings By John O. Donohue: So take a breath and find what is unsolved in your heart.Breathe in patience, breathe So take a breath and find what is unsolved in your heart.
Breathe in patience, breathe in love.
Love yourself bountiful.
And send that love out to others.
When you send love out from the bountifulness of your own love, it reaches other people.
This love is the deepest power of prayer. — John O. Donohue
Unsolved Sayings By Richard P. Feynman: Turbulence is the most important unsolved problem of classical physics. Turbulence is the most important unsolved problem of classical physics. — Richard P. Feynman
Unsolved Sayings By Kathleen Madigan: The bus scares me. Way too many gross people on the bus. Sixty-five people on The bus scares me. Way too many gross people on the bus. Sixty-five people on the bus and I was the last one on. I felt like calling Unsolved Mysteries. 'Yeah, I found everybody. — Kathleen Madigan
Unsolved Sayings By Ralph Borsodi: Modern problems proliferate and remain unsolved because we spend so much time trying to deal Modern problems proliferate and remain unsolved because we spend so much time trying to deal with societal and world problems without first dealing with family and community problems. If we organized for normal families and communities - if these two groups provided the functions they are designed for - world problems would diminish and fade out in two or three generations. — Ralph Borsodi
Unsolved Sayings By Peter Matthiessen: O, how incomprehensible everything was, and actually sad, although it was also beautiful. One knew O, how incomprehensible everything was, and actually sad, although it was also beautiful. One knew nothing. One lived and ran about the earth and rode through forests, and certain things looked so challenging and promising and nostalgic: a star in the evening, a blue harebell, a reed-green pond, the eye of a person or a cow. And sometimes it seemed that something never seen yet long desired was about to happen, that a veil would drop from it all; but then it passed, nothing happened, the riddle remained unsolved, the secret spell unbroken, and in the end one grew old and looked cunning . . . or wise . . . and still one knew nothing perhaps, was still waiting and listening. HERMANN HESSE Narcissus and Goldmund — Peter Matthiessen
Unsolved Sayings By Scott Heim: I've always been fascinated, obsessed even, with books and TV shows about unsolved murders, cold I've always been fascinated, obsessed even, with books and TV shows about unsolved murders, cold cases, forensic science, mysteries, and so on. Many times when I get inspiration for my work, it's from something in one of these books or TV shows, or perhaps some newspaper article about a specific case. — Scott Heim
Unsolved Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: If the lesser mind could measure the greater as a foot-rule can measure a pyramid, If the lesser mind could measure the greater as a foot-rule can measure a pyramid, there would be finality in universal suffrage. As it is, the political problem remains unsolved. — George Bernard Shaw
Unsolved Sayings By Peter Thiel: Unsolved problems are where you'll find opportunity. Energy is one sector with extremely urgent unsolved Unsolved problems are where you'll find opportunity. Energy is one sector with extremely urgent unsolved problems. — Peter Thiel
Unsolved Sayings By Hannah Arendt: The failure to take seriously what the Nazis themselves said is comprehensible enough. There is The failure to take seriously what the Nazis themselves said is comprehensible enough. There is hardly an aspect of contemporary history more irritating and mystifying than the fact that of all the great unsolved political questions of our century, it should have been this seemingly small and unimportant Jewish problem that had the dubious honor of setting the whole infernal machine in motion. Such discrepancies between cause and effect outrage our common sense, to say nothing of the historian's sense of balance and harmony. Compared with the events themselves, all explanations of antisemitism look as if they had been hastily and hazardously contrived, to cover up an issue which so gravely threatens our sense of proportion and our hope for sanity. — Hannah Arendt
Unsolved Sayings By Brian Tracy: Most successful businesses in the country were started on a kitchen table. As long as Most successful businesses in the country were started on a kitchen table. As long as people have needs unmet or problems unsolved, there are business opportunities. — Brian Tracy
Unsolved Sayings By H.G.Wells: The rich had been assured of his wealth and comfort, the toiler assured of his The rich had been assured of his wealth and comfort, the toiler assured of his life and work. No doubt in that perfect world there had been no unemployed problem, no social question left unsolved. And — H.G.Wells
Unsolved Sayings By Bruno Bettelheim: The child knows only that he engages in play because it is enjoyable. He isn't The child knows only that he engages in play because it is enjoyable. He isn't aware of his need to play
a need which has its source in the pressure of unsolved problems. Nor does he know that his pleasure in playing comes from a deep sense of well-being that is the direct result of feeling in control of things, in contrast to the rest of his life, which is managed by his parents or other adults. — Bruno Bettelheim
Unsolved Sayings By Kate Chopin: ... there would be no powerful will binding hers in that blind persistence with which ... there would be no powerful will binding hers in that blind persistence with which men and women believe they have a right to impose a private will upon a fellow creature ... And yet she had loved him- sometimes. Often she had not. What did it matter! What could love, the unsolved mystery, count for in the face of this possession of self-assertion which she suddenly recognized as the strongest impulse of her being. — Kate Chopin
Unsolved Sayings By Vera Brittain: It is, I think, this glamour, this magic, this incomparable keying up of the spirit It is, I think, this glamour, this magic, this incomparable keying up of the spirit in a time of mortal conflict, which constitute the pacifist's real problem--a problem still incompletely imagined and still quite unsolved. The causes of war are always falsely represented; its honour is dishonest and its glory meretricious, but the challenge to spiritual endurance, the intense sharpening of all the senses, the vitalising consciousness of common peril for a common end, remain to allure those boys and girls who have just reached the age when love and friendship and adventure call more persistently than at any later time. The glamour may be the mere delirium of fever, which as soon as war is over dies out and shows itself for the will-o'-the-wisp that it is, but while it lasts, no emotion known to man seems as yet to have quite the compelling power of this enlarged vitality. — Vera Brittain
Unsolved Sayings By Kenneth Koch: I love you as a sheriff searches for a walnut / That will solve a I love you as a sheriff searches for a walnut / That will solve a murder case unsolved for years / Because the murderer left it in the snow beside a window / Through which he saw her head, connecting with / Her shoulders by a neck, and laid a red /Roof in her heart. For this we lived a thousand years; / For this we love, and we live because we love, we are not /Inside a bottle, thank goodness!
from To You — Kenneth Koch
Unsolved Sayings By Sarah Pinborough: The Thames Torso murders almost fell into my lap. After deciding to use a real The Thames Torso murders almost fell into my lap. After deciding to use a real historical crime as the focus for the book, I went to Google and searched for unsolved murders in Victorian London, and they basically popped out at me about halfway down the first results page. — Sarah Pinborough
Unsolved Sayings By Sean Terrence Best: In any story where solutions to mysteries are found, there should always be at least In any story where solutions to mysteries are found, there should always be at least one mystery which remains unsolved. — Sean Terrence Best
Unsolved Sayings By Cary Fukunaga: Have you seen McConaughey in 'Unsolved Mysteries?' Even back then, it's a great performance! And Have you seen McConaughey in 'Unsolved Mysteries?' Even back then, it's a great performance! And he's mowing the lawn. — Cary Fukunaga
Unsolved Sayings By August Derleth: It was probable that the widow knew more than others suspected of insanity in the It was probable that the widow knew more than others suspected of insanity in the Buchenau family, for there was an unsolved mystery lying half a century in the past, when Clara's uncle Hugo, a darkly moody man, had shot himself in an orchard one May morning, scattering his brains among the blossoms, and soon after, Clara's father had sunk into a deep depression and had at last to be taken to Mendota as insane, and there died. — August Derleth
Unsolved Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: God left the world unfinished; the pictures unpainted, the songs unsung, and the problems unsolved, God left the world unfinished; the pictures unpainted, the songs unsung, and the problems unsolved, that man might know the joys of creation. — Thomas S. Monson
Unsolved Sayings By Harold Cruse: The path to the ethnic democratization of American society is through its culture, that is The path to the ethnic democratization of American society is through its culture, that is to say through its cultural apparatus, which comprises the eyes, the ears, and the "mind" of capitalism and is twentieth-century voice to the world. Thus to democratize the cultural apparatus is tantamount to revolutionizing American society itself into the living realization of its professed ideas. Seeing the problem in another way, to revolutionize the cultural apparatus is to deal fundamentally with the unsolved American question of nationality--Which group speaks for America and for the glorification of which ethnic image? Either all group images speak for themselves and for the nation, or American nationality will never be determined. — Harold Cruse
Unsolved Sayings By Rachel Carson: We are accustomed to look for the gross and immediate effects and to ignore all We are accustomed to look for the gross and immediate effects and to ignore all else. Unless this appears promptly and in such obvious form that it cannot be ignored, we deny the existence of hazard. Even research men suffer from the handicap of inadequate methods of detecting the beginnings of injury. The lack of sufficiently delicate methods to detect injury before symptoms appear is one of the great unsolved problems in medicine. — Rachel Carson
Unsolved Sayings By Nora Roberts: How the hell do I know what pisses a woman off? ... Nobody knows because How the hell do I know what pisses a woman off? ... Nobody knows because it can be any damn thing. It's an unsolved mystery. And the next day, that any damn thing is fine, and it's some other damn thing. No man knows. — Nora Roberts
Unsolved Sayings By J. Arthur Thomson: All Nature bristles with the marks of interrogation-among the grass and the petals of flowers, All Nature bristles with the marks of interrogation-among the grass and the petals of flowers, amidst the feathers of birds and the hairs of mammals, on mountain and moorland, in sea and sky-everywhere. It is one of the joys of life to discover those marks of interrogation, these unsolved and half-solved problems and try to answer their questions. — J. Arthur Thomson
Unsolved Sayings By Terence McKenna: The world is not an unsolved problem for scientists or sociologists. The world is a The world is not an unsolved problem for scientists or sociologists. The world is a living mystery. — Terence McKenna
Unsolved Sayings By Arundhati Roy: They had always fitted together like pieces of an unsolved (and perhaps unsolvable) puzzle- the They had always fitted together like pieces of an unsolved (and perhaps unsolvable) puzzle- the smoke of her into the solidness of him, the solitariness of her into the gathering of him, the strangeness of her into the straightforwardness of him, the insouciance of her into the restraint of him. The quietness of her into the quietness of him. — Arundhati Roy
Unsolved Sayings By Stephen Covey: Empathic listening takes time, but it doesn't take anywhere near as much time as it Empathic listening takes time, but it doesn't take anywhere near as much time as it takes to back up and correct misunderstandings when you're already miles down the road; to redo; to live with unexpressed and unsolved problems; to deal with the results of not giving people psychological air. — Stephen Covey
Unsolved Sayings By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: The thinking person has the strange characteristic to like to create a fantasy in the The thinking person has the strange characteristic to like to create a fantasy in the place of the unsolved problem, a fantasy that stays with the person even when the problem has been solved and truth made its appearance. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Unsolved Sayings By Kavipriya Moorthy: Every word she uttered set fire in me, and I was falling for her. I Every word she uttered set fire in me, and I was falling for her. I started wanting her, and I didn't know what kind of sign it was. She was a secret covered with skin, and her eyes were flitting to and from my heart. She was the enigma whose beauty lay in the mystery, the one you would rather leave unsolved. — Kavipriya Moorthy
Unsolved Sayings By Brian Tracy: Success is the ability to solve problems as well. A goal or an objective unachieved, Success is the ability to solve problems as well. A goal or an objective unachieved, in any area, is merely a problem unsolved. This is why a systematic approach to problem solving, one that works at a higher level and more consistently, is absolutely vital for you to achieve the maximum success that is possible for you. Think — Brian Tracy
Unsolved Sayings By Priyavrat Thareja: Involving into an iterative process of simplifying the 'complexity', and then transforming this 'simplicity into Involving into an iterative process of simplifying the 'complexity', and then transforming this 'simplicity into newer complexity' while integrating the unsolved domain for an unprecedented success. — Priyavrat Thareja
Unsolved Sayings By Stieg Larsson: Being a homicide detective ca be the loneliest job in the world. The friends of Being a homicide detective ca be the loneliest job in the world. The friends of the victim are upset and in despair, but sooner or later - after weeks or months - they go back to their everyday lives. For the closest family it takes longer, but for the most part, to some degree, they too get over the grieving and despair. Life has to go on; it does go on. But the unsolved murders keep gnawing away and in the end there's only one person left who thinks night and day about the victim: it's the office who is left with the investigation. — Stieg Larsson
Unsolved Sayings By Chauncey Guy Suits: Although the cooking of food presents some unsolved problems, the quick warming of cooked food Although the cooking of food presents some unsolved problems, the quick warming of cooked food and the thawing of frozen food both open up some attractive uses ... There is no important reason why the the housewife of the future should not purchase completely frozen meals at the grocery store just as she buys quick frozen vegetables. With a quick heating, high-frequency unit in her kitchen, food preparation from a pre-cooked, frozen meal becomes a simple matter. — Chauncey Guy Suits
Unsolved Sayings By Theodor Storm: Between the shadows of the earth and the dark depths of the sky, human life Between the shadows of the earth and the dark depths of the sky, human life lay slumbering, with all its unsolved puzzles. — Theodor Storm
Unsolved Sayings By Archibald E. Garrod: All the more recent work on alkaptonuria has ... strengthened the belief that the homogentisic All the more recent work on alkaptonuria has ... strengthened the belief that the homogentisic acid excreted is derived from tyrosine, but why alkaptonuric individuals pass the benzene ring of their tyrosine unbroken and how and where the peculiar chemical change from tyrosine to homogentisic acid is brought about, remain unsolved problems. — Archibald E. Garrod
Unsolved Sayings By Nathan Myhrvold: Suppose that 'Unsolved Mysteries' called you with news of a long-lost identical twin. Would that Suppose that 'Unsolved Mysteries' called you with news of a long-lost identical twin. Would that suddenly make you less of a person, less of an individual? It is hard to see how. So, why would a clone be different? Your clone would be raised in a different era by different people - like the lost identical twin, only younger than you. — Nathan Myhrvold
Unsolved Sayings By Jacqueline Winspear: Maurice Blanche maintained that amid the tales, the smokescreens, and the deceptive mirrors of life's Maurice Blanche maintained that amid the tales, the smokescreens, and the deceptive mirrors of life's unsolved mysteries, truth resides, waiting for someone to enter its sanctum, then leave, without quite closing the door behind them. That is when truth may make its escape. — Jacqueline Winspear
Unsolved Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: You are so young, you have not even begun, and I would like to beg You are so young, you have not even begun, and I would like to beg you, dear Sir, as well as I can, to have patience with everything that is unsolved in your heart and to try to cherish the questions themselves, like closed rooms and like books written in a very strange tongue. Do not search now for the answers which cannot be given you because you could not live them. It is a matter of living everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps you will then gradually, without noticing it, one distant day live right into the answer. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Unsolved Sayings By Orrin Woodward: Unsolved problems on the inside of a person stop success more often than problems on Unsolved problems on the inside of a person stop success more often than problems on the outside of a person. — Orrin Woodward
Unsolved Sayings By Anonymous: Last summer, her research uncovered articles in the Paynesville Press in 1986 and 1987. They Last summer, her research uncovered articles in the Paynesville Press in 1986 and 1987. They detailed six unsolved sexual assaults on boys just two years before Wetterling's abduction. — Anonymous
Unsolved Sayings By Alan Lightman: For me, consciousness is the most interesting unsolved problem of science, and, in fact, we For me, consciousness is the most interesting unsolved problem of science, and, in fact, we may never know what it is about a particular arrangement of neurons that gives rise to consciousness. Our consciousness, like the air we breathe or like the passage of time, is central to our existence as intelligent beings. — Alan Lightman
Unsolved Sayings By M.J. Rose: Paris is an unsolved puzzle. She inspires me in a way that other places don't. Paris is an unsolved puzzle. She inspires me in a way that other places don't. And she demands more of me. Just try to write about her without bumping into cliche after cliche. — M.J. Rose
Unsolved Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: God left us the world unfinished for man to work his skill upon. He left God left us the world unfinished for man to work his skill upon. He left the electricity in the cloud, the oil in the earth. He left the rivers unbridged and the forests unfelled and the cities unbuilt. God gives to man the challenge of raw materials, not the ease of unfinished things. He leaves the pictures unpainted and the music unsung and the problems unsolved, that man might know the joys and glories of creation. — Thomas S. Monson
Unsolved Sayings By Wesley Hill: Rainer Maria Rilke: Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart. Rainer Maria Rilke: Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart. — Wesley Hill
Unsolved Sayings By Charles De Lint: He had too much cat in his blood - a deep-rooted feline twitch that would He had too much cat in his blood - a deep-rooted feline twitch that would travel the length of his nerves to tickle his mind at the faintest sign of a mystery, no matter how small. He could no more let a riddle go unsolved than he could pass by the perfect length of colourful wire without picking it up. — Charles De Lint
Unsolved Sayings By Bruno Bettelheim: Play permits the child to resolve in symbolic form unsolved problems of the past and Play permits the child to resolve in symbolic form unsolved problems of the past and to cope directly or symbolically with present concerns. It is also his most significant tool for preparing himself for the future and its tasks. — Bruno Bettelheim
Unsolved Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: In spite of death, he felt the need of life and love. He felt that In spite of death, he felt the need of life and love. He felt that love saved him from despair, and that this love, under the menace of despair, had become still stronger and purer. The one mystery of death, still unsolved, had scarcely passed before his eyes, when another mystery had arisen, as insoluble, urging him to love and to life. — Leo Tolstoy
Unsolved Sayings By Ben H. Winters: I can't solve the crime unless I know everything and the world can't end with I can't solve the crime unless I know everything and the world can't end with the crime unsolved, that's all there is to it, so I tighten my grip on her shoulders and demand that she remember. — Ben H. Winters
Unsolved Sayings By Paul Bartsch: There are still many unsolved problems about bird life, among which are the age that There are still many unsolved problems about bird life, among which are the age that birds attain, the exact time at which some birds acquire their adult dress, and the changes which occur in this with years. Little, too, is known about the laws and routes of bird migration, and much less about the final disposition of the untold thousands which are annually produced. — Paul Bartsch
Unsolved Sayings By Scott F. Gilbert: Genetics might be adequate for explaining microevolution, but microevolutionary changes in gene frequency were not Genetics might be adequate for explaining microevolution, but microevolutionary changes in gene frequency were not seen as able to turn a reptile into a mammal or to convert a fish into an amphibian. Microevolution looks at adaptations that concern the survival of the fittest, not the arrival of the fittest ... The origin of species - Darwin's problem - remains unsolved. — Scott F. Gilbert
Unsolved Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: Everything we do, every thought we've ever had, is produced by the human brain. But Everything we do, every thought we've ever had, is produced by the human brain. But exactly how it operates remains one of the biggest unsolved mysteries, and it seems the more we probe its secrets, the more surprises we find. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Unsolved Sayings By Carrie Snyder: Hockey is a violent sport that rewards angry men and boys. Ringette is an unsolved Hockey is a violent sport that rewards angry men and boys. Ringette is an unsolved feminine mystery. — Carrie Snyder
Unsolved Sayings By Agatha Christie: Life itself is an unsolved mystery, said the clergyman gravely. Life itself is an unsolved mystery, said the clergyman gravely. — Agatha Christie
Unsolved Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: We are to find God in what we know, not in what we don't know. We are to find God in what we know, not in what we don't know. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Unsolved Sayings By Jaimal Yogis: As on many mornings in Marin, there is this sly strip of fog - water As on many mornings in Marin, there is this sly strip of fog - water in it's most mystical incarnation - slithering over, around, and through the hills, making everything look ancient and unsolved. — Jaimal Yogis
Unsolved Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: Have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart. ... live in the question. Have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart.
... live in the question. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Unsolved Sayings By Edna Buchanan: The past is an unsolved mystery and the truth a moving target. The past is an unsolved mystery and the truth a moving target. — Edna Buchanan
Unsolved Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: Be patient with all that is unsolved in your life. Learn to love the questions Be patient with all that is unsolved in your life. Learn to love the questions themselves, until some distant day, without your knowing, you will have lived into the answers. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Unsolved Sayings By Aaron Ciechanover: The problem of different sensitivities of distinct protein groups to lysosomal inhibitors has remained unsolved The problem of different sensitivities of distinct protein groups to lysosomal inhibitors has remained unsolved and may have served as an important trigger in the future quest for a non-lysosomal proteolytic system that may be involved in at least certain aspects of intracellular protein degradation. — Aaron Ciechanover