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#1. I can kill with a single word. I can hurl a ball of fire into the midst of my enemies. I rule a squadron of skeletal warriors, who can destroy by touch alone. I can raise a wall of ice to protect those I serve. The invisible is discernible to my eyes. Ordinary magic spells crumble in my presence ... But I bow in the presence of a master.
Lord Soth to Raistlin Majere - Author: Margaret Weis
Ordinary Magic quotes by Margaret Weis
#2. There was an outburst of noise and protests, and Jeremy announced I wasn't being logical, of course they wouldn't sell me, because it was illegal, for heaven's sake. Alexa gave him a look that said you're not helping, and Gil smacked him on the back of the head, and Olivia said, yes, that was the only reason they weren't going to sell me. - Author: Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
Ordinary Magic quotes by Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
#3. I would like to make fun plans with you, but then just do ordinary things; or plan ordinary things but find we have stepped through a wardrobe into a world of ordinary magic. - Author: Waylon H. Lewis
Ordinary Magic quotes by Waylon H. Lewis
#4. Extraordinary magic first gets gasp and then applause, ordinary magic only gets applause. - Author: Amit Kalantri
Ordinary Magic quotes by Amit Kalantri
#5. The geologist, six years ago now, hadn't defied anything to climb the hill. He'd had his own powerful magic
the ordinary magic that extraordinarily interested people always have. - Author: Elizabeth Knox
Ordinary Magic quotes by Elizabeth Knox
#6. Which is an interactive sport for our family, since Gil likes to groan over the writing and point out the plot twists ahead of time, and Jeremy tears his hair out over the historical inaccuracies, and Dad makes corny jokes, till Mom reminds us, loudly, that some people are trying to watch the movie. Then we'll all quiet down for about five minutes, until Olivia remarks that the costume designer should have dressed the star in kitten heels instead, because it's a lot harder to run in stilettos. - Author: Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
Ordinary Magic quotes by Caitlen Rubino-Bradway
#7. Museums should no longer concern themselves with history on a grand scale, the sagas of kings and heroes, or the forging of national identities; they should focus instead on the lives and belongings of ordinary people, just as modern novels do. - Author: Orhan Pamuk
Ordinary Magic quotes by Orhan Pamuk
#8. …art owes its continuous evolution to the Apollonian-Dionysian duality…. The two creative tendencies developed alongside one another, usually in fierce opposition, each by its taunts forcing the other to more energetic production, both perpetuating in a discordant concord the agony which the term art but feebly denominates: until at last, by the thaumaturgy (magic or miracle) of a Hellenic act of will, the pair accepted the yoke of marriage and, in this condition, begot Attic tragedy, which exhibits the salient feature of both parents. - Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
Ordinary Magic quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#9. Needless to say, genders cheer up the everyday life of ordinary mortals too. - Author: Guy Deutscher
Ordinary Magic quotes by Guy Deutscher
#10. People want you to be ordinary. They don't like it when people are different. They don't like it when a man soars over their heads while they stand in the dirt. People hate you when you're special; it reminds them of everything that they aren't - Author: Robert Crais
Ordinary Magic quotes by Robert Crais
#11. It is the contention of Mr Norrell of Hanover-square that everything belonging to John Uskglass must be shaken out of modern magic, as one would shake moths and dust out of an old coat. What does he imagine he will have left? If you get rid of John Uskglass you will be left holding the empty air. - Author: Susanna Clarke
Ordinary Magic quotes by Susanna Clarke
#12. To my mind, to kill in war is not a whit better than to commit ordinary murder. - Author: Albert Einstein
Ordinary Magic quotes by Albert Einstein
#13. But some time ago I rejected magic in all its forms. This rejection was a gift from your grandparents, who never tried to console me with ideas of an afterlife and were skeptical of preordained American glory. In accepting both the chaos of history and the fact of my total end, I was freed to truly consider how I wished to live
specifically, how do I live free in this black body? - Author: Ta-Nehisi Coates
Ordinary Magic quotes by Ta-Nehisi Coates
#14. By bringing the voices of the ordinary people faced with extraordinary challenges to television screens around the world, I hope to affect change in one community at a time. - Author: Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Ordinary Magic quotes by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
#15. The magic of achievement is persistent endurance. - Author: Lailah Gifty Akita
Ordinary Magic quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
#16. There's nothing magic about working with franchisees. What you have to do is help them improve their business. - Author: Greg Brenneman
Ordinary Magic quotes by Greg Brenneman
#17. I will willingly abandon this miserable body to hunger and suffering, provided that my soul may have its ordinary nourishment. - Author: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
Ordinary Magic quotes by Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
#18. Everybody has magic, it's just that most people either don't know it, or don't believe it. - Author: Rebecca McNutt
Ordinary Magic quotes by Rebecca McNutt
#19. All our behaviours are a result of neurophysiological activity in the brain. There is no reason to believe there is any magic going on. - Author: Steven Pinker
Ordinary Magic quotes by Steven Pinker
#20. You struggle because you're locating all of the magic in your life outside of yourself. When you are loved, then you are lovable. When you are left behind, you are unlovable. When you "arrive" at some point of success and fame as a writer, you will be worthy. Until then, you are worthless.

As long as you imagine that the outside world will one day deliver to you the external rewards you need to feel happy, you will always perceive your survival as exhausting and perceive your life as a long slog to nowhere. Instead, you have to savor the tiny struggles of the day: The cold glass of water after a long run. The hot bath after hours of digging through the dirt. The satisfaction of writing a good sentence, a good paragraph. You MUST feel these things, because these aren't small rewards on the path to some big reward; these tiny things are everything. Savoring these things requires tuning in to your feelings, and it requires loving yourself instead of shoving your nose into your own question marks hour after hour, day after day.

You are not lost. You are here. Stop abandoning yourself. Stop repeating this myth about love and success that will land in your lap or evade you forever. Build a humble, flawed life from the rubble, and cherish that. There is nothing more glorious on the face of the earth than someone who refuses to give up, who refuses to give in to their most self-hating, discouraged, disillusioned self, and instead learns, slowly and painfully, ho - Author: Heather Havrilesky
Ordinary Magic quotes by Heather Havrilesky
#21. Saints and ordinary folks are the same from the start. Inquiring about a difference is like asking to borrow string when you've got a good strong rope. Every Dharma is known in the heart. - Author: Hsu Yun
Ordinary Magic quotes by Hsu Yun
#22. Bitterness filled his heart, and he learned to love the feel of its magic.(Darius) - Author: Madison Thorne Grey
Ordinary Magic quotes by Madison Thorne Grey
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The New World Order is the outward goal and we are the secret behind the power government in the world. Many pseudo-entertainers are aware of Illuminati legends and work those symbols and myths into their acts to fuel further speculation. Supporters of this idea say organizations like the United Nations, European Union, the World Health Organization, the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, G-20 Economic Group, the World Court, NATO, Council on Foreign Relations, World Council of Churches and various multinational corporations are pawns of the New World Order, driving the world closer and closer to this socialist,one-economy, one-future religion.you can visit on our members page,lodge,Temple. join today and enjoy - Author: Harry Potter
Ordinary Magic quotes by Harry Potter
#24. I used to be scared of it, but now I think love is another type of magic. It makes everything brighter, it makes people who have it stronger, it breaks rules that aren't supposed to exist, it's infinitely valuable. - Author: Stephanie Garber
Ordinary Magic quotes by Stephanie Garber
#25. You don't need magic to be invisible in a town like this. Being poor works just the same. - Author: C.M. Hayden
Ordinary Magic quotes by C.M. Hayden
#26. Magic and faith have one thing in common: they both deal with the supernatural. But everything else is different, for magic is an impersonal manipulation and control, a way of getting, while faith is a personal response to God, inviting him to do what he will in us, an offering of obedience to walk where he leads. We come to God not to get our way but to get his; not to acquire a means of impressing our friends with our access to power but to let him make an eternal impression on us with his salvation. - Author: Eugene H. Peterson
Ordinary Magic quotes by Eugene H. Peterson
#27. When Daddy's garden is ready
it is filled with words that make me laugh
when I say them-
pole beans and tomatoes, okra and corn
sweet peas and sugar snaps,
lettuce and squash.

Who could have imagined

so much color that the ground disappears
and we are left
walking through an autumn's worth
or crazy words
that beneath the magic
of my grandmother's hands


side dishes. - Author: Jacqueline Woodson
Ordinary Magic quotes by Jacqueline Woodson
#28. If we smoke, there's no magic number of cigarettes, or number of years, that we can smoke before we know we'll get lung cancer. - Author: Katharine Hayhoe
Ordinary Magic quotes by Katharine Hayhoe
#29. Domestic pain can be searing, and it is usually what does us in. It's almost indigestible: death, divorce, old age, drugs; brain-damaged children, violence, senility, unfaithfulness. Good luck with figuring it out. It unfolds, and you experience it, and it is so horrible and endless that you could almost give up a dozen times. But grace can be the experience of a second wind, when even though what you want is clarity and resolution, what you get is stamina and poignancy and the strength to hang on. Through the most ordinary things, books, for instance, or a postcard, or eyes or hands, life is transformed. Hands that for decades reached out to hurt us, to drag us down, to control us, or to wave us away in dismissal now reach for us differently. They become instruments of tenderness, buoyancy, exploration, hope. - Author: Anne Lamott
Ordinary Magic quotes by Anne Lamott
#30. Sometimes we're born into situations, he'd said. We have to decide if we're gonna be a part of it or if we're gonna put an end to it. - Author: Suzanne Johnson
Ordinary Magic quotes by Suzanne  Johnson
#31. Sissy: You really don't believe in political solutions do you?

The Chink: I believe in political solutions to political problems. But man's primary problems aren't political; they're philosophical. Until humans can solve their philosophical problems, they're condemned to solve their political problems over and over and over again. It's a cruel, repetitious bore.

Sissy: Well, then, what are the philosophical solutions?

The Chink: Ha ha ho ho and hee hee. That's for you to find out. I'll say this much and no more: there's got to be poetry. And magic. At every level. If civilization is ever going to be anything but a grandiose pratfall, anything more than a can of deodorizer in the shithouse of existence, then statesmen are going to have to concern themselves with magic and poetry. Bankers are going to have to concern themselves with magic and poetry. Time magazine is going to have to write about magic and poetry. Factory workers and housewives are going to have to get their lives entangled in magic and poetry.

Sissy: Do you think such a thing can ever happen?

The Chink: If you understood poetry and magic, you'd know that it doesn't matter. - Author: Tom Robbins
Ordinary Magic quotes by Tom Robbins
#32. Eliot's understanding of poetic epistemology is a version of Bradley's theory, outlined in our second chapter, that knowing involves immediate, relational, and transcendent stages or levels. The poetic mind, like the ordinary mind, has at least two types of experience: The first consists largely of feeling (falling in love, smelling the cooking, hearing the noise of the typewriter), the second largely of thought (reading Spinoza). The first type of experience is sensuous, and it is also to a great extent monistic or immediate, for it does not require mediation through the mind; it exists before intellectual analysis, before the falling apart of experience into experiencer and experienced. The second type of experience, in contrast, is intellectual (to be known at all, it must be mediated through the mind) and sharply dualistic, in that it involves a breaking down of experience into subject and object. In the mind of the ordinary person, these two types of experience are and remain disparate. In the mind of the poet, these disparate experiences are somehow transcended and amalgamated into a new whole, a whole beyond and yet including subject and object, mind and matter. Eliot illustrates his explanation of poetic epistemology by saying that John Donne did not simply feel his feelings and think his thoughts; he felt his thoughts and thought his feelings. He was able to "feel his thought as immediately as the odour of a rose." Immediately" in this famous simile is a technical te - Author: Jewel Spears Brooker
Ordinary Magic quotes by Jewel Spears Brooker
#33. Magic is the most interesting art because people not necessarily want to learn to paint after they see a great painting, but they want to learn magic after they see a great magic effect. - Author: Amit Kalantri
Ordinary Magic quotes by Amit Kalantri
#34. It's hard: you get older, you have a career, the normal frustrations that come with what you do when you wear your heart on your sleeve and you try really heard. I was exhausted, and I couldn't quite see the magic of creating at that time. That's all. I couldn't get into it, and Andy [Kim] slowly resuscitated me, and that's how I made Darlings. - Author: Kevin Drew
Ordinary Magic quotes by Kevin Drew
#35. The doctrine of sola Scriptura, in a nutshell, asserts that Scripture is our sole source of normative, infallible apostolic revelation, and that "all things necessary for salvation and concerning faith and life are taught in the Bible with enough clarity that the ordinary believer can find them there and understand."6 Truths that are not found in the Bible (e.g. the date of your birth, the structure of protein molecules) are not necessary for salvation. - Author: Keith A. Mathison
Ordinary Magic quotes by Keith A. Mathison
#36. Paracelsus's grand project, which arguably is still going on today,* represents one of the many ways the Judeo-Christian tradition has deployed its genius to absorb, or co-opt, the power of the pagan faith it set out to uproot. In much the same way that the new monotheism folded into its rituals the people's traditional pagan holidays and spectacles, it desperately needed to do something about their ancient devotion to magic plants. Indeed, the story of the forbidden fruit in Genesis suggests that nothing was more important. - Author: Michael Pollan
Ordinary Magic quotes by Michael Pollan
#37. Ordinary people don't know how much books can mean to someone who's cooped up. - Author: Anne Frank
Ordinary Magic quotes by Anne Frank
#38. Those who look for the beauties in the extraordinary things will miss the beauties in the ordinary things! - Author: Mehmet Murat Ildan
Ordinary Magic quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#39. Magic is a heartless bitch, and she's had me by the throat for years. - Author: Devon Monk
Ordinary Magic quotes by Devon Monk
#40. To practice magic is to be a quack; to know magic is to be a sage. - Author: Eliphas Levi
Ordinary Magic quotes by Eliphas Levi
#41. Because every portion of the body, mind, and spirit yearns for the integration of yin and yang, angelic intercourse is led by the spirit rather than the sexual organs ... Where ordinary intercourse unites sex organs with sex organs, angelic cultivation unites spirit with spirit, mind with mind, and every cell of one body with every cell of the other body. - Author: Laozi
Ordinary Magic quotes by Laozi

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