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#1. Mountains are earth's undecaying monuments. - Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne
Nature Mountains quotes by Nathaniel Hawthorne
#2. There is something of the freshness of mind, of the lightness of spirit in Linne which for centuries has been linked in people's minds with the mountains of Sweden and Swedish joy in nature. - Author: Johannes Vilhelm Jensen
Nature Mountains quotes by Johannes Vilhelm Jensen
#3. Mountains represent the power of nature; plains, the love of nature! - Author: Mehmet Murat Ildan
Nature Mountains quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#4. It is worth ascending unexiting heights if for nothing else than to see the big ones from nearer their own level. - Author: Nan Shepherd
Nature Mountains quotes by Nan Shepherd
#5. Energy, like the biblical grain of the mustard-seed, will remove mountains. - Author: Hosea Ballou
Nature Mountains quotes by Hosea Ballou
#6. The lake and the mountains have become my landscape, my real world. - Author: Georges Simenon
Nature Mountains quotes by Georges Simenon
#7. The unexplainable thing in nature that makes me feel the world is big fat beyond my understanding – to understand maybe by trying to put it into form. To find the feeling of infinity on the horizon line or just over the next hill. - Author: Georgia O'Keeffe
Nature Mountains quotes by Georgia O'Keeffe
#8. In the Celtic mind, humanity and the animal kingdom were intimately connected. This interconnection with nature was reflected in their gods, who took the forms of the animals they revered, blurring the distinction between the animal and human realms. - Author: Stephanie Woodfield
Nature Mountains quotes by Stephanie Woodfield
#9. We can't just surrender to our every desire. Man must have his principles and live by them regardless. Our nature must be controlled or it can ruin our lives. - Author: Patti Callahan
Nature Mountains quotes by Patti Callahan
#10. Indeed, a symptom of post-Holocaust trauma is that normative assumptions about the human species are questioned more than ever. Can human nature still be trusted? The breach of civilized values was too great - and in a nation that had produced so many significant philosophers, scientists, scholars, and artists. The intellectual shock - a secondary trauma, as it were - is not only that it happened but also that it happened with only scattered pockets of resistance and even a degree of cooperation among the cultured classes. - Author: Jeffrey C. Alexander
Nature Mountains quotes by Jeffrey C. Alexander
#11. I wondered how it could be that two people who had loved could yet have such a misconception of each other and, with a common grief, grow far apart. There must be something in the nature of love between a man and a woman that drove them to torment and suspicion. - Author: Daphne Du Maurier
Nature Mountains quotes by Daphne Du Maurier
#12. Self-denial does not belong to religion as characteristic of it; it belongs to human life; the lower nature must always be denied when you are trying to rise to a higher sphere. - Author: Henry Ward Beecher
Nature Mountains quotes by Henry Ward Beecher
#13. The longer I live here, the better satisfied I am in having pitched my earthly camp-fire, gypsylike, on the edge of a town, keeping it on one side, and the green fields, lanes, and woods on the other. Each, in turn, is to me as a magnet to the needle. At times the needle of my nature points towards the country. On that side everything is poetry. I wander over field and forest, and through me runs a glad current of feeling that is like a clear brook across the meadows of May. At others the needle veers round, and I go to town
to the massed haunts of the highest animal and cannibal. - Author: James Lane Allen
Nature Mountains quotes by James Lane Allen
#14. Water and petrol both come from the earth, and though they seem to be alike and even the same, they are in nature and purpose exact opposites, for the one extinguishes fire and the other adds fuel to it. So also the world and its treasures, the heart and its thirst for God are alike His creation. Now the result of the attempt to satisfy the heart with the wealth and pride and honours of this world is the same as if one tried to put out a fire with petrol, for the heart can only find ease and satisfaction in Him who created both it and the longing desire of which it is conscious. - Author: Sadhu Sundar Singh
Nature Mountains quotes by Sadhu Sundar Singh
#15. The maxim of Cleobulus, "Mediocrity is best," has been long considered a universal principle, extending through the whole compass of life and nature. The experience of every age seems to have given it new confirmation, and to show that nothing, however specious or alluring, is pursued with propriety or enjoyed with safety beyond certain limits. - Author: Samuel Johnson
Nature Mountains quotes by Samuel Johnson
#16. The nature of fashion is family. - Author: Alber Elbaz
Nature Mountains quotes by Alber Elbaz
#17. The first theological insight I learned from Gregory of Nyssa - and I suspect the last to which I shall cling when all others fall away - is that the Christian doctrine of creatio ex nihilo is not merely a cosmological or metaphysical claim, but also an eschatological claim about the world's relation to God, and hence a moral claim about the nature of God in himself. In the end of all things is their beginning, and only from the perspective of the end can one know what they are, why they have been made, and who the God is who has called them forth from nothingness.

(from Radical Orthodoxy 3.1 (2015): 1-17) - Author: David Bentley Hart
Nature Mountains quotes by David Bentley Hart
#18. In a society where the degradation of man was (and is still) being proclaimed, humans defined in lowly terms, and Deity described as an abstract, impersonal concept, the heavens were opened and God and his Son Jesus Christ appeared to Joseph Smith and taught him the real nature of man. 14. - Author: Gilbert W. Scharffs
Nature Mountains quotes by Gilbert W. Scharffs
#19. Nature is telling us: "Change! - Author: Paulo Coelho
Nature Mountains quotes by Paulo Coelho
#20. How deaf and stupid I have been, he thought, walking on quickly. When anyone reads anything which he wishes to study, he does not despise the letters and punctuation marks, and call them illusion, chance and worthless shells, but he reads them, he studies and loves them, letter by letter. But I, who wished to read the book of the world and of my own nature, did presume to despise the letters and signs. I called the world of appearances, illusion. I called my eyes and tongue, chance. Now it is over; I have awakened. - Author: Hermann Hesse
Nature Mountains quotes by Hermann Hesse
#21. Little white lies are part of everyday life. If you're in court being charged with a felony, you're probably going to be tempted to lie. Or if your girlfriend asks you if the sweater she is wearing makes her look fat; you're going to lie because you love that person. There are different reasons and justifications to lie; it's human nature. - Author: Monica Raymund
Nature Mountains quotes by Monica Raymund
#22. Observe the nature of today's alleged peace movements. Professing love and concern for the survival of mankind, they keep screaming that the nuclear-weapons race should be stopped, that armed force should be abolished as a means of settling disputes among nations, and that war should be outlawed in the name of humanity. Yet these same peace movements do not oppose dictatorships; the political views of their members range through all shades of the statist spectrum, from welfare statism to socialism to fascism tocommunism. This means that they are opposed to the use of coercion by one nation against another, but not by the government of a nation against its own citizens; it means that they are opposed to the use of force against armed adversaries, but not against the disarmed. Consider the plunder, the destruction, the starvation, the brutality, the slave-labor camps, the torture chambers, the wholesale slaughter perpetrated by dictatorships. Yet this is what today's alleged peace-lovers are willing to advocate or tolerate - in the name of love for humanity. - Author: Ayn Rand
Nature Mountains quotes by Ayn Rand
#23. God's favor in its fullness is that which allows strength to overcome with weakness, love to overcome hatred, God's goodness to defeat Satan's evil nature. - Author: Sunday Adelaja
Nature Mountains quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#24. Now that we're essentially an indoor species, walled off from the world of other life forms, we're divorced from the very domain that supports and sustains our lives. - Author: Charlie Cook
Nature Mountains quotes by Charlie Cook
#25. Within a month of intense life in the mountains is going through so much, what used to be a period of several years; This is a occupancy for people greedy for life - human life is not enough. - Author: Jerzy Kukuczka
Nature Mountains quotes by Jerzy Kukuczka
#26. With same day loans, you can easily acquire immediate funds, so as to deal with any short term financial crisis. These loans are unsecured in nature and can be applied for even by those with serious credit disputes. - Author: Markus Skupeika
Nature Mountains quotes by Markus Skupeika
#27. Human nature will not easily find a better helper than eros - Author: Socrates
Nature Mountains quotes by Socrates
#28. Most people aren't cut out for value investing, because human nature shrinks from pain, - Author: Jean-Marie Eveillard
Nature Mountains quotes by Jean-Marie Eveillard
#29. That was the nature of history, of course: notional, partial, unknowable, a record made by the victors. - Author: Kate Morton
Nature Mountains quotes by Kate Morton
#30. In the theatre the stage keeps the audience aware of the fictional nature of the action. The reader poring over a magazine, on the other hand, identifies what he sees in the photographs as real. - Author: Gisele Freund
Nature Mountains quotes by Gisele Freund
#31. WE HAVE COME here to learn about spirituality. I trust the genuine quality of this search but we must question its nature. The problem is that ego can convert anything to its own use, even spirituality. Ego is constantly attempting to acquire and apply the teachings of spirituality for its own benefit. The teachings are treated as an external thing, external to "me," a philosophy which we try to imitate. We do not actually want to identify with or become the teachings. So if our teacher speaks of renunciation of ego, we attempt to mimic renunciation of ego. We go through the motions, make the appropriate gestures, but we really do not want to sacrifice any part of our way of life. We become skillful actors, and while playing deaf and dumb to the real meaning of the teachings, we find some comfort in pretending to follow the path. - Author: Chogyam Trungpa
Nature Mountains quotes by Chogyam Trungpa
#32. Then it is dark; it is a night where kings in golden suits ride elephants over the mountains. - Author: John Cheever
Nature Mountains quotes by John Cheever
#33. The real reason for Father Braganza's laughter was the history of Amrapur. It was a quaint town, nestled amidst barren mountains. The Hindus and Muslims living there were perpetually warring with each other, reacting violently at the slightest provocation. It had started a long time ago, this squabble, and had escalated into a terrible war. Some people say it started centuries ago, but many believe it started when the country gave one final, fierce shrug to rid itself of British rule. The shrug quickly became a relentless shuddering, and countless people were uprooted and flung into the air. Many didn't survive. Perhaps the mountains of Amrapur absorbed the deracinating wave. People weren't cruelly plucked from the town. They remained there, festering, becoming irate and harbouring murderous desires. And while the country was desperately trying to heal its near-mortal wounds and move on, Amrapur's dormant volcano erupted. Momentary and overlooked, but devastating. Leaders emerged on both sides and, driven by greed, they fed off the town's ignored bloodshed. They created ravines out of cracks, fostered hatred and grew richer. The Bhoite family, the erstwhile rulers of the ancient town, adopted the legacy of their British rulers---divide and conquer. - Author: Rohit Gore
Nature Mountains quotes by Rohit Gore
#34. For by nature human beings are afraid of death and of the dissolution of the body. But this is most amazing, that one who has put on the faith of the cross scorns even things according to nature, and is not afraid of death because of Christ. - Author: Athanasius Of Alexandria
Nature Mountains quotes by Athanasius Of Alexandria
#35. Early humans, bursting with questions about Nature but with limited understanding of its dynamics, explained things in terms of supernatural persons and person-animals who delivered the droughts and floods and plagues ... - Author: Ursula Goodenough
Nature Mountains quotes by Ursula Goodenough
#36. It struck me recently, that one should really consider the sequence of a protein molecule about to fold into a precise geometric form as a line of melody written in a canon form & so designed by Nature to fold back into itself, creating harmonic chords of interaction consistent with biological function - Author: Christian B. Anfinsen
Nature Mountains quotes by Christian B. Anfinsen
#37. Were the stories we told each other true? Who knows? At the best of times, a story is a slippery thing.
Perhaps that was why it changed with each telling. Or is that the nature of all stories, the reason for their power? - Author: Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Nature Mountains quotes by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
#38. All secrets become deep. All secrets become dark. That's in the nature of secrets. - Author: Cory Doctorow
Nature Mountains quotes by Cory Doctorow
#39. For things remain possible, even if God does not choose them. Indeed, even if God does not will something to exist, it is possible for it to exist, since, by its nature, it could exist if God were to will it to exist. - Author: Gottfried Leibniz
Nature Mountains quotes by Gottfried Leibniz
#40. Relations are errors that Nature makes. / Your spouse you can put on the shelf. / But your friends, dear friends, are the quaint mistakes / You always commit yourself. - Author: Phyllis McGinley
Nature Mountains quotes by Phyllis McGinley
#41. It was then that she saw the curl. A lovely, shiny curl of hair the color of coral tea roses that wrapped itself around twigs and weeds, and then disappeared beneath an overgrown forsythia. So very Pre-Raphaelite!
Beatrice reached to touch the curl, brushing the weeds aside.
Nothing could have prepared her for the image of the peacock. Suddenly, there it was: tail-feathers fully unfurled, luminous blues and greens shimmering between blades of grass. - Author: Cynthia Robinson
Nature Mountains quotes by Cynthia Robinson

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