Formulas Quotes

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Friedrich Nietzsche
“My formula for happiness: a Yes, a No, a straight line, a goal.”
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Adi Alsaid
“Human beings are more or less formulas. Pun intended. We are not any one thing that is mathematically provable. We are more or less than we are anything. We are more or less kind, or more or less not. More or less selfish, happy, wise, lonely.”
Adi Alsaid, Never Always Sometimes

Friedrich Nietzsche
“تاب آوردن زندگي دشوار است: اما خود را چنين نازپرورده منماي! ما همه نرينه و مادينه خران خوش خط و خال باركشيم”
Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Christa Parrish
“I keep notations, like my mother. She had notebook after notebook of trials and errors, all written in her perfect penmanship on quad-ruled pages, a square for each letter to nest in. My journal is a thick black hardcover with unlined pages. Like her, I'm a technician, a statistician, copiously documenting slight variations in texture, color, taste. I'm a chemist. A quarter cup of rye flour added to the white wheat gives a sweeter flavor. A half teaspoon more salt and 78 percent hydration of the dough result in those coveted large, irregular rooms in the crumb. Mastering formulas, not recipes, in the quest for the perfect loaf. Xavier tells me not to bother. He doesn't believe in perfection. "Forget the ingredients. Forget the environment. 'You' are different each day. You can't replicate yourself. Your hands are stronger, or weaker. Your mind thinks different thoughts while kneading. Life is all over you, changing you. All that goes into the making comes out in the bread. It won't be the same from one batch to the next. Not ever."
"It'll be close, though."
"Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades."
He's the artist. He makes me brave enough to try. With his encouragement, I've focused on the creativity of bread, writing my own recipes, exploring nontraditional flavors and shapes. Not all of them turn out well, but he tastes my failures with me, with layers of warm butter.”
Christa Parrish, Stones for Bread

Graham Greene
“Beware of formulas. If there's a God, he's not a God of formulas.”
Graham Greene

“Theories are like mathematical formulas. As the formulas help us to solve the sums, similarly, the theories help us to establish our point[s] in research!”
Md. Ziaul Haque