Celestial Quotes

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Amit Ray
“When you touch the celestial in your heart, you will realize that the beauty of your soul is so pure, so vast and so devastating that you have no option but to merge with it. You have no option but to feel the rhythm of the universe in the rhythm of your heart.”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Brigham Young
“The men and women, who desire to obtain seats in the celestial kingdom, will find that they must battle everyday.”
Brigham Young

Dejan Stojanovic
“A hidden spark of the dream sleeps
In the forest and waits
In the celestial spheres of the brain.”
Dejan Stojanovic, Circling: 1978-1987

Richelle E. Goodrich
“The sun, moon, and stars God gave to the world, but He embedded their glories in your countenance just for me. Woven in your hair are the sun's shimmering golden rays. From your face glows the pale luminescence of the moon. And in your eyes God sprinkled a million stars to twinkle against a backdrop of endless night. You are my celestial light.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year

Brownell Landrum
“Your soul is your connection to the Divine. Sacred sex is an activity of joining souls in holy, celestial creation, expressing your appreciation for the gift of life, of sharing your body’s vitality with another.”
Brownell Landrum, A Chorus of Voices: DUET stories Volume III - Adult Version

Nicola An
“If we all die and become stars then I must believe that our souls live in the stars. Now I know why people look up to the sky when they think of someone they wish to see”
Nicola An, The Universe at Heartbeat

Munia Khan
“Dark night knows what full moon requires
When all your love my heart acquires
Celestial bodies no more faded
Life makes sound; silence invaded”
Munia Khan

Leigh Bardugo
“I was a living star. I was combustion. I was a new sun born to shatter air and eat the earth.”
Leigh Bardugo, Ruin and Rising

Tanya Tagaq
“There are secrets hidden in our flesh. Our cells being born and dying with the same force that makes galaxies form and deconstruct.”
Tanya Tagaq, Split Tooth

Mehmet Murat ildan
“An ordinary place turns into an extraordinary place when visited by a good music! Earthly place becomes celestial!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Ambika Devi
“Your path is illuminated by a road-map of stars. I am here to guide you!”
Ambika Devi

Lailah Gifty Akita
“We are heavenly beings.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Solange nicole
“When you have the power to love, that strength, that courage is infinite; that love is infinite. There is nothing finite about it's presence, for love. never. dies.”
Solange nicole

Michael Shermer
“Scientific prayer makes God a celestial lab rat, leading to bad science and worse religion.”
Michael Shermer

Neil deGrasse Tyson
“We use the effect of centrifugal forces on matter to offer insight into the rotation rate of extreme cosmic objects. Consider pulsars. With some rotating at upward of a thousand revolutions per second, we know that they cannot be made of household ingredients, or they would spin themselves apart. In fact, if a pulsar rotated any faster, say 4,500 revolutions per second, its equator would be moving at the speed of light, which tells you that this material is unlike any other. To picture a pulsar, imagine the mass of the Sun packed into a ball the size of Manhattan. If that’s hard to do, then maybe it’s easier if you imagine stuffing about a hundred million elephants into a Chapstick casing. To reach this density, you must compress all the empty space that atoms enjoy around their nucleus and among their orbiting electrons. Doing so will crush nearly all (negatively charged) electrons into (positively charged) protons, creating a ball of (neutrally charged) neutrons with a crazy-high surface gravity. Under such conditions, a neutron star’s mountain range needn’t be any taller than the thickness of a sheet of paper for you to exert more energy climbing it than a rock climber on Earth would exert ascending a three-thousand-mile-high cliff. In short, where gravity is high, the high places tend to fall, filling in the low places—a phenomenon that sounds almost biblical, in preparing the way for the Lord: “Every valley shall be raised up, every mountain and hill made low; the rough ground shall become level, the rugged places a plain” (Isaiah 40:4). That’s a recipe for a sphere if there ever was one. For all these reasons, we expect pulsars to be the most perfectly shaped spheres in the universe.”
Neil deGrasse Tyson, Astrophysics for People in a Hurry

Maureen Johnson
“Dawn broke over Ellingham Academy in a swirl of rose pink going into a bloodless blue. Stevie watched the newly risen sun come up over the Great House like a celestial game of peekaboo.”
Maureen Johnson, Truly Devious

Dean Koontz
“She sat watching the street and its businesses melt away in the thick tides of mist, partially re-form, and melt away again, over and over, as if some celestial power had ordered the end of the world but kept having second thoughts.”
Dean Koontz, Ashley Bell

Jose R. Coronado
“It's your thoughts, words, and deeds; a farmer sowing his seeds, it's a mind thing described in those creeds. As within, so without. As above, so below. Think, say and act love and it's love that will flow. Let hate harbor in your mind and hate is what you'll regretfully find.”
Jose R. Coronado, The Land Flowing With Milk And Honey

Kate Morton
“This sketch was more elaborate than the others, more complete. A river scene, with a tree in the foreground and a distant wood visible across a broad field. Behind a copse on the right-hand side, the twin-gabled roofline of a house could be seen, with eight chimneys and an ornate weather vane featuring the sun and moon and other celestial emblems.
It was an accomplished drawing, but that's not why Elodie stared. She felt a pang of déjà vu so strong it exerted a physical pressure around her chest.
She knew this place. The memory was as vivid as if she'd been there, and yet somehow Elodie knew that it was a location she'd visited only in her mind.
The words came to her then as clear as birdsong at dawn: "Down the winding lane and across the meadow broad, to the river they went with their secrets and their sword."
And she remembered. It was a story that her mother used to tell her. A child's bedtime story, romantic and tangled, replete with heroes, villains, and a Fairy Queen, set in a house within dark woods encircled by a long, snaking river.”
Kate Morton, The Clockmaker's Daughter

Aspen Matis
“Day vivified the city, and we found a rogue path through the dunes down to the beach, the foam edge of teal sea. The whole sky celestial sapphire.”
Aspen Matis, Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir

Neena Verma
“Twilight …
Not just a metaphor
The metaphor of the ‘spirit’
The confluence of life and death
The celestial dance of existential and essential
(Page 75)”
Neena Verma, A Mother's Cry... A Mother's Celebration

Vladimir Nabokov
“I not only debar too definite a planet from any role in my story – from the role every dot and full stop should play in my story (which I see as a kind of celestial chart).”
Vladimir Nabokov, Lance

Jose R. Coronado
“There is great power & authority in words. The kind of power depends on the kinds of words. We can curse ourselves by speaking negativity & evil or we can bless ourselves by speaking positively. We reap what we sow. We sow words & reap according to what we have sown.”
Jose R. Coronado, The Land Flowing With Milk And Honey

Jose R. Coronado
“Could it be a metaphysical something, all too natural? Philosophical knowledge could lead to the spiritual? Scientifically proven of its limitless.
Ether and celestial comes first then the physical but could it all lead to religion though? Regardless of it all, it's birthed from the psychological.”
Jose R. Coronado, The Land Flowing With Milk And Honey

Jose R. Coronado
“It's treachery when one becomes God-body, spiritually inclined to the mind of a God-mentality. The ability of divinity is at the peak of a snowy mountain. Give ear to my words as this liquid flows through a golden fountain.”
Jose R. Coronado, The Land Flowing With Milk And Honey

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Every child comes from the celestial heaven.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Hannah Richell
“It is quiet in the clearing, though gradually Lillian's ears attune to the soft rustling of insects and birds moving through the undergrowth, the faraway tapping of a woodpecker high in a tree. Down on the ground, a bronze-colored beetle tries to scale the side of her shoe. It slips on the smooth leather and tumbles back into the dry leaves, waggling its legs in the air.
She shifts slightly on the tree trunk then watches as Jack pulls a strand of grass from a clump growing nearby and sucks on one end, looking about at the canopy overhead. "Wonderful light," he murmurs. "I wish I hadn't left my sketchbook at the house."
She knows she must say something. But the moment stretches and she can't find the words so instead she looks about, trying to see the clearing as he might, trying to view the world through an artist's eyes. What details would he pull from this scene, what elements would he commit to memory to reproduce on paper?
A cathedral, he'd said; and she supposes there is something rather celestial and awe-inspiring about the tall, arched trees and the light streaming in golden shafts through the soft green branches, filtered as though through stained glass.”
Hannah Richell, The Peacock Summer

C.S. Lewis
“Descubrimos así por experiencia que no es bueno apelar al Cielo para tener un consuelo terreno. El Cielo puede dar consuelo celestial, no de otra clase. Y la tierra tampoco puede dar consuelo terreno, porque, a la larga, no hay ningún consuelo terreno.”
C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves

Laurence Galian
“In the domain of the spiritual life, the same term S'akti signifies the celestial energy that allows one to enter into contact with the Divinity.”
Laurence Galian, Jesus, Muhammad and the Goddess

Criss Jami
“Amid the holy and celestial, humility's what's 'cool' under pressure. Humility stops being humble when it realizes itself humble, and cool stops being cool when others realize it trying to be cool.”
Criss Jami

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