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Lisa See
“Sisters, as you know, also have a unique relationship. This is the person who has known you your entire life, who should love you and stand by you no matter what, and yet it's your sister who knows exactly where to drive the knife to hurt you the most.”
Lisa See

Brom
“Men who fear demons see demons everywhere.”
Brom, The Child Thief

Margaret Atwood
“This is how the girl who couldn't speak and the man who couldn't see fell in love.”
Margaret Atwood, The Blind Assassin

Jenny Valentine
“I smiled back and I thought
how incredible that was, that they would find the time to smile. There was goodness in the world still, even if you couldn’t always see it.”
Jenny Valentine, Broken Soup

Wendy Mass
“The trick is that as long as you know who you are and what makes you happy, it doesn't matter how others see you.”
Wendy Mass, Every Soul A Star

Henry David Thoreau
“The question is not what you look at, but what you see. a”
Henry David Thoreau

Toba Beta
“Eyes can only capture objects that already seen in mind.
And mind can only see things that already written in heart.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Shannon L. Alder
“A competitive and insecure woman will tell you that “true love” is never giving up on someone you're in love with. A confident and spiritual woman knows that “moving on” doesn’t mean you never loved someone. She realizes that letting go is what God needs her to do because both your happiness and hers requires taking different journeys for spiritual growth. Letting go is sometimes the hardest thing, but it is the most “real love” you will ever experience.”
Shannon L. Alder

J.D. Salinger
“John Keats / John Keats / John / Please put your scarf on.”
J.D. Salinger, Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters & Seymour: An Introduction

Jodi Picoult
“...when they look at me, I so badly want to be who they see.”
Jodi Picoult, Vanishing Acts
tags: see, want

Toba Beta
“Wherever love is blind, hatred can't see.”
Toba Beta, Master of Stupidity

Jarod Kintz
“Sometimes we can’t see what’s right in front of us, because it’s behind us, and we’re looking in a mirror. 
”
Jarod Kintz, At even one penny, this book would be overpriced. In fact, free is too expensive, because you'd still waste time by reading it.

Toba Beta
“Eye can only see something if
idea about it has been in mind.”
Toba Beta, My Ancestor Was an Ancient Astronaut

Amy Carmichael
“One day we took the children to see a goldsmith refine gold after the ancient manner of the East. He was sitting beside his little charcoal fire. ("He shall sit as a refiner"; the gold- or silversmith never leaves his crucible once it is on the fire.) In the red glow lay a common curved roof tile; another tile covered it like a lid. This was the crucible. In it was the medicine made of salt, tamarind fruit and burnt brick dust, and imbedded in it was the gold. The medicine does its appointed work on the gold, "then the fire eats it," and the goldsmith lifts the gold out with a pair of tongs, lets it cool, rubs it between his fingers, and if not satisfied puts it back again in fresh medicine. This time he blows the fire hotter than it was before, and each time he puts the gold into the crucible, the heat of the fire is increased; "it could not bear it so hot at first, but it can bear it now; what would have destroyed it then helps it now." "How do you know when the gold is purified?" we asked him, and he answered, "When I can see my face in it [the liquid gold in the crucible] then it is pure.”
Amy Carmichael, Gold Cord

Jay Woodman
“The world is a wide place where we stumble like children learning to walk. The world is a bright mosaic where we learn like children to see, where our little blurry eyes strive greedily to take in as much light and love and colour and detail as they can.

The world is a coaxing whisper when the wind lips the trees, when the sea licks the shore, when animals burrow into earth and people look up at the sympathetic stars. The world is an admonishing roar when gales chase rainclouds over the plains and whip up ocean waves, when people crowd into cities or intrude into dazzling jungles.

What right have we to carry our desperate mouths up mountains or into deserts? Do we want to taste rock and sand or do we expect to make impossible poems from space and silence? The vastness at least reminds us how tiny we are, and how much we don't yet understand. We are mere babes in the universe, all brothers and sisters in the nursery together. We had better learn to play nicely before we're allowed out..... And we want to go out, don't we? ..... Into the distant humming welcoming darkness.”
Jay Woodman, SPAN

Shannon L. Alder
“Forget what hurt you in the past, but never forget what it taught you. However, if it taught you to hold onto grudges, seek revenge, not forgive or show compassion, to categorize people as good or bad, to distrust and be guarded with your feelings then you didn’t learn a thing. God doesn’t bring you lessons to close your heart. He brings you lessons to open it, by developing compassion, learning to listen, seeking to understand instead of speculating, practicing empathy and developing conflict resolution through communication. If he brought you perfect people, how would you ever learn to spiritually evolve?”
Shannon L. Alder

Shannon L. Alder
“Nothing changes until people decide to do the things they must, in order to bring about peace.”
Shannon L. Alder

Jonathan Price
“To write better you must develop your taste for truth. You have to pay more attention to what you really think, feel, see and want.”
Jonathan Price, Put That in Writing

“Ask and you're gonna get, wait and you'll see”
― Samael

L. Frank Baum
“Nobody gets in to see the wizard. Not nobody.”
L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Dean Koontz
“Hell of a thing to have to experience, hell of a thing to have to see, to be reminded you're a human being and all it meant to be one.”
Dean Koontz, Winter Moon

Dejan Stojanovic
“Total knowledge is annihilation
Of the desire to see, to touch, to feel
The world sensed only through senses
And immune to the knowledge without feeling.”
Dejan Stojanovic

Stephen Mitchell
“He doesn't hear but sees the Voice.”
Stephen Mitchell, The Book of Job
tags: hear, see, voice

“We always protect our heads, our faces,' he commented as he followed a half-step behind and to her left. It's pure instinct; to shield the eyes. The irony is that the blind have no eyes to protect, and suffer most of their injuries on their legs. But instinct can be blind, too.”
Melinda Cross

“I look through the cage...an absolute beauty of yours...”
Ankur Kumar Shah

Shannon L. Alder
“The Formula for Compassion:

If you want to be "kind" you need to show kindness to people you dislike.

If you want to be "gracious" you don’t ignore people as a solution.

If you want to be "gentle" then you respect a person, by always offering help when asked.

If you want to be "respectful" you give people the time and answers they need, as often as they need it, so they can understand and move on.

If you want to be "happy" you bring other people peace and by doing so you bring yourself peace.”
Shannon L. Alder

“You are perceptual beings with different vantage points and - it does not matter how much information is given - you cannot see beyond the vibrational limits of where you are standing. You cannot live or see or experience outside of your own individual beliefs.”
Abraham Hicks

Ashok  Kallarakkal
“Those who cannot perceive are no better than those who cannot see...Those who cannot empathize are no better than those who cannot perceive...”
Ashok Kallarakkal

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