Hidden Things Quotes

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Oscar Wilde
“Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.”
Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

C. JoyBell C.
“I think people believe empathy to be compassion, that compassion is an inner sense (a sense of the soul). But empathy is a sense, while compassion isn't a sense. Empathy is an affinity, a communion, a comprehension. They say that empathy is compassion, but I think that the two are independent of each other. You see, through empathy you will feel what another is feeling, including all those plans for manipulation and persuasion. You will feel everything, not just the parts that make you take compassion for the person, but also all the red flags! You see, empathy is a sense that works with the other senses such as foresight and intuition. So, we can feel compassion but we have to move with empathy.”
C. JoyBell C.

“Nejdůležitější věci se odehrají v skrytu, protože tím, jak zůstávají utajeny naší mysli, nad námi získávají moc.”
Vilma Kadlečková, Jantarové oči

“in so far as we cherish the tangibles, we must value the intangibles. The intangibles, though as latent as they may seem to be, they are solemnly tangible.”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

Rafy Rohaan
“Love said to me, don’t try to define me,
If you think you can put me into words,
alas, my friend, you are at loss.

I am hidden from hidden things,
secrete of secretes.

I am different in each heart,
a hundred million faces,
a hundred million languages—
without a single word.

If you think you can define me,
alas, my friend, you are at loss.”
Rafy Rohaan

Rafy Rohaan
“Love said to me, don’t try to define me,
If you think you can put me into words,
alas, my friend, you are at loss.

I am hidden from hidden things,
secrete of secretes.

I am different in each heart,
a hundred million faces,
a hundred million languages—
without a single word.

If you think you can define me,
alas, my friend, you are at loss.”
Rafy Rohaan, The Soul House: Poetry

“It is a strange fact indeed that the things we love most are often hidden from us.”
Marty Rubin