Fertility Quotes

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Andrea Gibson
“Remind me that the most fertile lands were built by the fires of volcanoes.”
Andrea Gibson, The Madness Vase

“From her thighs, she gives you life
And how you treat she who gives you life
Shows how much you value the life given to you by the Creator.
And from seed to dust
There is ONE soul above all others --
That you must always show patience, respect, and trust
And this woman is your mother.
And when your soul departs your body
And your deeds are weighed against the feather
There is only one soul who can save yours
And this woman is your mother.
And when the heart of the universe
Asks her hair and mind,
Whether you were gentle and kind to her
Her heart will be forced to remain silent
And her hair will speak freely as a separate entity,
Very much like the seaweed in the sea --
It will reveal all that it has heard and seen.

This woman whose heart has seen yours,
First before anybody else in the world,
And whose womb had opened the door
For your eyes to experience light and more --
Is your very own MOTHER.
So, no matter whether your mother has been cruel,
Manipulative, abusive, mentally sick, or simply childish
How you treat her is the ultimate test.
If she misguides you, forgive her and show her the right way
With simple wisdom, gentleness, and kindness.
And always remember,
That the queen in the Creator's kingdom,
Who sits on the throne of all existence,
Is exactly the same as in yours.
And her name is,
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Tom Robbins
“Now and again, one could detect in a childless woman of a certain age the various characteristics of all the children she had never issued. Her body was haunted by the ghost of souls who hadn't lived yet. Premature ghosts. Half-ghosts. X's without Y's. Y's without X's. They applied at her womb and were denied, but, meant for her and no one else, they wouldn't go away. Like tiny ectoplasmic gophers, they hunkered in her tear ducts. They shone through her sighs. Often to her chagrin, they would soften the voice she used in the marketplace. When she spilled wine, it was their playful antics that jostled the glass. They called out her name in the bath or when she passed real children in the street. The spirit babies were everywhere her companions, and everywhere they left her lonesome - yet they no more bore her resentment than a seed resents uneaten fruit. Like pet gnats, like phosphorescence, like sighs on a string, they would follow her into eternity.”
Tom Robbins, Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

Jody Cantrell Dyer
“Adoption is grief in reverse.”
Jody Cantrell Dyer, The Eye of Adoption: The True Story of My Turbulent Wait for a Baby

Lailah Gifty Akita
“Spring is the sacred soul of fertility.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Jody Cantrell Dyer
“No one 'just adopts'.”
Jody Cantrell Dyer, The Eye of Adoption: The True Story of My Turbulent Wait for a Baby

Oliver Markus
“The red lipstick? It's supposed to signal fertility and readiness to mate. Just like the swollen red butt of a baboon. That tight-fitting little dress that shows off your curves? From the standpoint of evolutionary biology, big breasts represent a healthy mate who can feed a lot of offspring. That's why men are programmed to like big tits. When you show off your curves, what you're really doing is advertising to the whole world: "Look at me! I'm a healthy female! I'd be a perfect mate! Come mount me!”
Oliver Markus, Why Men And Women Can't Be Friends

Inna Swinton
“What kind of woman tells all her secrets?” my mother continued, flabbergasted and disappointed in me. “Especially anything that has to do with your body making babies! I know a woman who had no ovaries when she got married. Her husband found out only years later that they couldn’t have children. The two of them are happy together still; they live in a big house, and have a cute dog.”
Inna Swinton

“Whose interest does egg freezing serve? The woman's or that of an ambitious, still pretty unforgiving culture that doesn't really ever see childbearing for female employees as convenient?”
Randi Hutter Epstein, Get Me Out: A History of Childbirth from the Garden of Eden to the Sperm Bank

Rainer Maria Rilke
“If only mankind could hold its own fertility in awe, which is one and the same whether it manifests itself in the spirit or in the flesh. For creativity in the spirit has its origins in the physical kind, is of one nature with it and only a more delicate, more rapt and less fleeting version of the carnal sort of sex.”
Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet

Israelmore Ayivor
“Check your environment and be sure that it is supportive. Some environments do not support progress. Hiroshima and Nagasaki are not fertile lands for a farmer’s dream seeds. Change location.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

“Reproductive freedom is not just the ability not to have a child through birth control. It's the ability to have one if and when you want.”
Pamela Madsen

Glenway Wescott
“For Alwyn's grandfather, who was known as "the greatest talker in the country," used words which no one else understood, words which he did not understand, and words which do not exist, to swell a passionate theme, to confound his neighbors in an argument, and for their own sake. He would say, for example, "My farm was the very apocalypse of fertility, but the renter has rested on his oars till it is good for nothing," or "Manifest the bounty to pass the salt shaker in my direction." Something of the Bible, something of an Irish inheritance, something of a liar's anxiety, made of his most ordinary remark a strange and wearisome oratory.”
Glenway Wescott, The Grandmothers: A Family Portrait

Kathy Acker
“She wore red lipstick the next time that I saw her, though her hair was more voluminous with dirt than before. Owing, like everything else about these girls, to the fertility of rats.”
Kathy Acker, Pussy, King of the Pirates

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“It goes without saying that even those of us who are going to hell will get eternal life—if that territory really exists outside religious books and the minds of believers, that is. Having said that, given the choice, instead of being grilled until hell freezes over, the average sane human being would, needless to say, rather spend forever idling in an extremely fertile garden, next to a lamb or a chicken or a parrot, which they do not secretly want to eat, and a lion or a tiger or a crocodile, which does not secretly want to eat them.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana, The Use and Misuse of Children

Walt Whitman
“I visit the orchards of God and look at the spheric product
And look at quintillions ripened, and look at quintillions green.”
Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass

“Fertility comes from the soil, from the heart.”
Marty Rubin

Edward Hoagland
“She--the unnamed lady--simply drew his hands to the Paleolithic places men always have grown tumid from feeling, like the outward cradle of the hips within which a fetus will reside and her breasts that will nourish it, once born.”
Edward Hoagland, In the Country of the Blind: A Novel

Belle Boggs
“It is undignified to inject yourself with hormones designed to slow or enhance ovarian production. It is undignified to have your ovaries monitored by transvaginal ultrasound; to be sedated so that your eggs can be aspirated into a needle; to have your husband emerge sheepishly from a locked room with the “sample” that will be combined with your eggs under supervision of an embryologist. The grainy photo they hand you on transfer day, of your eight-celled embryo (which does not look remotely like a baby), is undignified, and so is all the waiting and despairing that follows.”
Belle Boggs, The Art of Waiting: On Fertility, Medicine, and Motherhood

“Someday men will learn to irrigate and spread fertilizer instead of praying for fertility.”
Warren Eyster, The Goblins of Eros

Clarice Lispector
“she had stared through the window at a little old lady in the sun, grubby, light and quick – a branch quivering in the breeze. A dry branch where there was so much femininity, Joana had thought, that the poor dear could have a child if life hadn’t dried up in her body”
Clarice Lispector, Near to the Wild Heart

Duane Alexander Miller
“The future belongs to those who procreate.”
Duane Alexander Miller

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Charlotte Fairchild
“If your prayers are not fertile, what are they? How do you make the Buddy System feminine? Pink is feminine.”
Charlotte Fairchild, Fertile Prayers: Daily Fertile Prayers

“Patriarchy doesn't get yet that 'hope' is a powerful force that drives creativity. Otherwise words like 'false' and 'hope' would never be forced into this unconscious coupling....Hope is not false. And never has been... Rather, hope is part of the often forgotten feminine contribution to the creative process.”

“Milann is ranked as the best fertility center in Bangalore which was founded by Dr. Kamini A. Rao. A Fertility center is mainly used to assist couples and diagnose patients relating fertility problems. Milann with the help of latest technology has achieved rapid growth in the field of assisted reproduction.”
Milann Fertility Center

“Fertility Care- The Latest & the Best Place to deal with Infertility Issues

Infertility can be very depressing. The fact that a woman cannot get pregnant is hard to deal with. But unfortunately, about ten percent of the women across the world are dealing with this issue every year. Infertility can also be because of the man too. In men, it can be due to excessive use of alcohol or drug, smoking, age, toxins, health problems, chemotherapy, radiation and medicines. In women, the problem of infertility can arise due to ovulation problems, poor diet, uterine problems, ages, stress, fibroids, etc. If you sense that something is wrong then you should immediately rush to a fertility clinic to make sure that everything is going good. But, when selecting a fertility clinic, make it a point to do a little research and choose a best fertility clinic.

The best fertility clinic will naturally provide you with the best fertility treatment to the husband or the wife to increase their chance of getting baby in a natural manner. The fertility treatment is individual based. It is not necessary that the two individuals will be benefitted by the same treatment. The right fertility treatment for any individual will depend on the type of fertility problem, the age and the medical history.

After fertility centers, the health care has got another exciting stream in reproductive segment and that is fertility care. The fertility care allows the women and men to take good and healthy decisions regarding their fertility. Fertility care looks well after the gynecological abnormalities other problems that are a cause of infertility, so that the couple can easily plan their family. Since, fertility care is a very new system the information about it is yet to reach to the masses. But, people who know about it definitely opt to approach the fertility care to sort out their issues.

Fertility is a blessing but it can be a problem for the unmarried women who are physically active. Usually in the late teens and early twenties, women can easily get pregnant due to their high level of fertility. Be it women or men, people should only follow the path of ethical beliefs. They should only indulge in things that their religion, culture and family allow so as to safeguard own self from the hardships that might be required to face as a result of certain misbehavior.”

Petra Hermans
“Fertility is all about giving birth, over and over again!”
Petra Hermans

Steve Jones
“Few chemicals confer maleness, but many take it away. Which, if any, are responsible for our own troubles is hard to say.

The Pill changed men's lives in more ways than one. It caused reproductive hormones to leak into tap water and has been blamed both for the sex changes in freshwater fish and for the drop in our own sperm count. The jury is still out on the issue, but other hormones have had a disastrous effect. A drug called diethylstilbestrol was once thought - in error - to prevent miscarriage. Five million mothers took it and for a time it was even used as a chicken food supplement. A third of the boys exposed to the drug in the womb suffer from small testes or a reduced penis. In rats, the chemical causes prostate and testicular cancer (although there is as yet no sign of those problems in ourselves).
To give a powerful steroid to pregnant women was at best unwise, but the effects of other chemicals were harder to foresee. The 1950s saw a wonderful new chemical treatment for banana pests. Soon the substance was much used. Twenty years later the workers noticed something odd: they had almost no children. Their sperm count had dropped by five hundred times.”
Steve Jones, Y: The Descent of Men

Margaret George
“Snakes. How fitting. Not only are they sacred to Egypt, but associated with the power of the underworld and with fertility. Perhaps I did you a favor by refusing more conventional poisons.”
Margaret George, The Memoirs of Cleopatra

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