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Children are the closest we have to wisdom, and they become adults the moment that final drop of everything mysterious is strained from them. ~ Simon Van Booy
Children Mystery quotes by Simon Van Booy
Throughout his life, Albert Einstein would retain the intuition and the awe of a child. He never lost his sense of wonder at the magic of nature's phenomena-magnetic fields, gravity, inertia, acceleration, light beams-which grown-ups find so commonplace. He retained the ability to hold two thoughts in his mind simultaneously, to be puzzled when they conflicted, and to marvel when he could smell an underlying unity. "People like you and me never grow old," he wrote a friend later in life. "We never cease to stand like curious children before the great mystery into which we were born. ~ Walter Isaacson
Children Mystery quotes by Walter Isaacson
The address given to me by Greta was written in such a way that the words looked like numbers, and the numbers looked like the aftermath of a startled octopus meeting a deep-sea diver in a corner café. It was the worst writing I had ever seen. ~ Shoeburn Ruffet
Children Mystery quotes by Shoeburn Ruffet
As far as Death was aware, the sole reason for any human association with pigs and lambs was as a prelude to chops and sausages. Quite why they should dress up for children's wallpaper as well was a mystery. Hello, little folk, this is what you're going to eat ... He felt that if only he could find the key to it, he'd know a lot more about human beings. ~ Terry Pratchett
Children Mystery quotes by Terry Pratchett
Our children... have a passionate need for the dimension of transcendence, mysticism, way-outness. We're not offering it to them legitimately. The tendency of the churches to be relevant and more-secular-than-thou does not answer our need for the transcendent. As George Tyrrell wrote about a hundred years ago, "If a [man's] craving for the mysterious, the wonderful, the supernatural, be not fed on true religion, it will feed itself on the garbage of any superstition that is offered to it. ~ Madeleine L'Engle
Children Mystery quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
I kept praying that I might be able to prevent a repetition of this stupidity called war. I have tried to keep the promise I made to myself, but the progress that the world is making toward peace seems like the crawling of a little child, very halting and slow. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
Children Mystery quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt
What I'm after, above all, is a sense of divine inspiration
that touches the very core of my being.

That lives throughout every aspect of my existence,

so all I do and all I see is beauty in the simplicity,
and mystery in the unknown.

To let nothing drag me into the monotony of living,

but to always move to the unique rhythm of each passing day.
To give nothing but all of me- my soul, my heart, my fire. ~ Sarah Loven
Children Mystery quotes by Sarah  Loven
Children in school are not students, they are pupils. It is typical of certain kinds of politicians that they should regard children as adults, the better subsequently, and consequently, to regard adults as children. ~ Anthony Daniels
Children Mystery quotes by Anthony Daniels
Historians have shown that "parents in the Middle Ages worried about their kids no less than we worry about ours today," and by the nineteenth century there is evidence of bars being placed on windows to protect toddlers from falling out as well as "leading strings
so that young children wouldn't wander off during walks. ~ Alfie Kohn
Children Mystery quotes by Alfie Kohn
When we recognize that, just like the glass, our body is already broken, that indeed we are already dead, then life becomes precious, and we open to it just as it is, in the moment it is occurring. When we understand that all our loved ones are already dead - our children, our mates, our friends - how precious they become. How little fear can interpose; how little doubt can estrange us. When you live your life as though you're already dead, life takes on new meaning. Each moment becomes a whole lifetime, a universe unto itself.

When we realize we are already dead, our priorities change, our heart opens, and our mind begins to clear of the fog of old holdings and pretendings. We watch all life in transit, and what matters becomes instantly apparent: the transmission of love; the letting go of obstacles to understanding; the relinquishment of our grasping, of our hiding from ourselves. Seeing the mercilessness of our self-strangulation, we begin to come gently into the light we share with all beings. If we take each teaching, each loss, each gain, each fear, each joy as it arises and experience it fully, life becomes workable. We are no longer a "victim of life." And then every experience, even the loss of our dearest one, becomes another opportunity for awakening.

If our only spiritual practice were to live as though we were already dead, relating to all we meet, to all we do, as though it were our final moments in the world, what time would there be ~ Stephen Levine
Children Mystery quotes by Stephen Levine
If my children think I'm genuine, no one else's opinion matters to me. ~ Beth Moore
Children Mystery quotes by Beth Moore
Aelfa assures me you eat small children every morn to break your fast. Do you? (Callie)
Nay, I find them to be too harsh on the belly. All that moving around once they're swallowed. Not worth the effort, really. (Sin) ~ Kinley MacGregor
Children Mystery quotes by Kinley MacGregor
The Democratic Party's problem is that voters don't believe the president's claims that the economy is thriving. Even people with jobs feel apprehensive. Paychecks are flat, growth anemic, and people are worried about their children's prospects. Mr. Obama had a 38% approval on handling the economy in the Sept. 9 Fox News poll. In the Sept. 7 NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 67% believe America is on the wrong track. ~ Karl Rove
Children Mystery quotes by Karl Rove
Though Brian was only in his late thirties, his life had been scarred by death: not only had he lost his father and brother, but his first wife had died of diabetes when she was seven months pregnant. He had since remarried, yet there were no children, and he suffered spells of what he called "wild, despairing sorrows. ~ David Grann
Children Mystery quotes by David Grann
Marriage is treated by all civilized societies as a peculiar and favored contract. It is in its origin a contract of natural law ... It is the parent, and not the child of society; the source of civility and a sort of seminary of the republic. ~ Joseph Story
Children Mystery quotes by Joseph Story
A puzzle is not a dead-end. ~ Lewis N. Roe
Children Mystery quotes by Lewis N. Roe
Gracious and beloved Lord, at the beginning of this time of prayer, I lift up to you my heart overflowing with gratitude for the many gifts and blessings that you have given me. I dedicate this time of worship and prayer, and the graceful energy that shall flow outward from the altar of my heart as an offering for the welfare of all your children. May your Holy Spirit take me by the hand and lead me deep into the center of my heart, into your Holy of Holies. Amen. ~ Richard J. Beyer
Children Mystery quotes by Richard J. Beyer
There's a lot of talk these days about giving children self-esteem. It's not something you can give; it's something they have to build. ~ Randy Pausch
Children Mystery quotes by Randy Pausch
For example, lead paint in old houses can be a greater threat to children's health than lead that may be under some industrial site where there are no children. ~ Fred Thompson
Children Mystery quotes by Fred Thompson
There was a sweetness in my voice I found nauseating. I made a note to myself never to have children. Or at least not helpless children. ~ Tod Goldberg
Children Mystery quotes by Tod Goldberg
Find a way to delight in all students. Look for the best, expect the best, and find something in each child [you] can treasure. ~ Steven Levy
Children Mystery quotes by Steven Levy
She could not have gazed at him with a more rapturous intensity if she had been a small child and he a saucer of ice cream. ~ P.G. Wodehouse
Children Mystery quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
EMOTIONAL ABANDONMENT AND NARCISSISTIC DEPRIVATION Children need mirroring and echoing. These come from their primary caregiver's eyes. Mirroring means that someone is there for them and reflects who they really are at any given moment of time. In the first three years of our life each of us needed to be admired and taken seriously. We needed to be accepted for the very one we are. Having these mirroring needs met results in what Alice Miller calls our basic narcissistic supplies. These supplies result from good mirroring by a parent with good boundaries. When this is the case, as Miller states in The Drama of the Gifted Child, the following dynamics take place: 1. The child's aggressive impulses can be neutralized because they do not threaten the parent. 2. The child's striving for autonomy is not experienced as a threat to the parent. ~ John Bradshaw
Children Mystery quotes by John Bradshaw
I think one of the things when you're casting children is you're also casting their parents. ~ Morgan Freeman
Children Mystery quotes by Morgan Freeman
Toddlers ask many questions, and so do school children - until about grade three. By that time, many of them have learned an unfortunate fact, that in school, it can be more important for self-protection to hide one's ignorance about a subject than to learn more about it, regardless of one's curiosity. ~ Jan Hunt
Children Mystery quotes by Jan Hunt
Sleeping Atlantis

Silent cool waters
dancing upon her skin ~
silent cool water
ushering dreams within... ~ Muse
Children Mystery quotes by Muse
The incoming of God as expressed in the incarnation represents a beautiful expression of this simultaneous revealing and withdrawal, for in the Incarnation the mystery of God is not dissipated but rather deepened. The mystery is not unmasked, but rather dwells with us, in our midst. The mystery is thus not overcome in the Incarnation but rather encountered there. ~ Peter Rollins
Children Mystery quotes by Peter Rollins
The difference between the child and the man lies chiefly in the unlimited confidence and buoyancy of youth. ~ Clarence Darrow
Children Mystery quotes by Clarence Darrow
History always has a way of repeating itself and like in Nazi Germany 1930's ... those who have been given the divine privilege to protect humanity can never afford to turn blind to the evil in our world that destroys its children (Young or old). ~ Timothy Pina
Children Mystery quotes by Timothy Pina
I still hear you humming, Mama. The colour of your song calls me home. The colour of your words saying, Let her be. She got a right to be different. She gonna stumble on herself one of these days. Just let the child be. And I be, Mama. ~ Sonia Sanchez
Children Mystery quotes by Sonia Sanchez
At length, when I considered it, I realized that the best of my actions were small things. Picking flowers and cooking food for my mother when she had been unwell, spending an afternoon with the children, sending money to my sister or kissing Henry's tiny head as he slept in the nursery before I left. I thought of every detail and afterwards I felt better. Hellfire and brimstone have never appealed to me and I admit I become easily confused thinking of right and wrong. But I do understand kindness. ~ Sara Sheridan
Children Mystery quotes by Sara Sheridan
Children are taught a great deal about their rights, but very little about their duties. ~ Lee Harris
Children Mystery quotes by Lee Harris
And I saw you - I saw you saying that sometimes compassion is understood like being awake, and being unable to react. So every morning, I find myself a different person. I'm always a mystery to myself. If I knew in the first hours of the morning, what I'm going to do, what is going to happen, what attitude or decision should I take? I think my life would be deadly boring because, well, what makes life interesting is the unknown. It is the risks that we take every single moment of our day - of a single day. So, I think that this contradiction should be accepted. Having said that, I mean that learning how to live with our contradictions does not keep us away from the ethic and respecting our neighbor, and learning about tolerance, and learning about compassion. These are two very important words today that were totally forgotten. If you have tolerance and compassion, you can go to the battle, in the metaphoric sense of course, fighting for your dreams without harming anyone. ~ Paulo Coelho
Children Mystery quotes by Paulo Coelho
In the embers shining bright
A garden grows for thy delight,
With roses yellow, red, and white.
But, O my child, beware, beware!
Touch not the roses growing there,
For every rose a thorn doth bear. ~ Richard Watson Gilder
Children Mystery quotes by Richard Watson Gilder
One day I would love to have a couple children. ~ Jenna Bush
Children Mystery quotes by Jenna Bush
I like good ideas. I don't want just do something for it's own sake to bother people, but if I can bother them with a logical argument about something they have agreed to in society simplistically - like children are sacred, the cult of the child, this cult of professional parenthood, and of course religion, and respect for policemen and the law, and all of these untouchable areas. I like attacking those beliefs, but in with good sound thinking, and an unusual approach. ~ George Carlin
Children Mystery quotes by George Carlin
There's no reason anyone should ever feel lonely when there's love everywhere. There's no excuse for talented people to trudge through life. And if we weigh down our children, the very source that makes the stars blaze in the sky, then we may wake to realize we've lost something irretrievable. ~ Sarah Noffke
Children Mystery quotes by Sarah Noffke
Life's too short for cheap beer--or cheap men. ~ Daryl Anderson
Children Mystery quotes by Daryl Anderson
I have learned that delivering the best possible palliative care to children is vital, providing children and their families with a place of support, care and enhancement at a time of great need is simply life-changing. ~ Kate Middleton
Children Mystery quotes by Kate Middleton
I was born an only child in Vienna, Austria. My father found hours to sit by me by the library fire and tell fairy stories. ~ Hedy Lamarr
Children Mystery quotes by Hedy Lamarr
Today's biggest headlines are stories about people who thought they were doing something that was secret: Jesse Jackson's secret girlfriend and child, Monica Lewinski's private meetings with the president and confidential girl talk with Linda Tripp. Just think of the news stories we've watched on television ... ~ Ted Haggard
Children Mystery quotes by Ted Haggard
Once I have children, the kids come first. One thing at a time for me. ~ Fergie
Children Mystery quotes by Fergie
Words and laws in this world made place for signs and symbols. ~ Ben Midland
Children Mystery quotes by Ben Midland
Evil being the root of mystery, pain is the root of knowledge. ~ Simone Weil
Children Mystery quotes by Simone Weil
Every child has a right to its own bent ... It has a right to find its own way and go its own way, whether that way seems wise or foolish to others, exactly as an adult has. It has a right to privacy as to its own doings and its own affairs as much as if it were its own father. ~ George Bernard Shaw
Children Mystery quotes by George Bernard Shaw
The things about Shakespeare is, he's so eloquent...he speaks the unspeakable. He turns grief and triumph and rapture and rage into words, into something we can understand. He renders the whole mystery of humanity comprehensible. ~ M.L. Rio
Children Mystery quotes by M.L. Rio
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