Insights Quotes

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Amit Ray
“You are never alone. You are eternally connected with everyone.”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Caroline Myss
“What drains your spirit drains your body. What fuels your spirit fuels your body.”
Carolyn Myss, Anatomy of the Spirit

Erik Pevernagie
“When rain and tears are making a trip together, emotions can be coming under pressure. But the fluid bond between the power of nature and the frailty of the soul may also smash the weight of the burden and create a liberating mental flow opening new insights. (“Rainman”)”
Erik Pevernagie

Slavoj Žižek
“Come on. I don't have any problem violating my own insights in practice.”
Slavoj Žižek

Paul David Tripp
“We must not offer people a system of redemption, a set of insights and principles. We offer people a Redeemer.”
Paul David Tripp, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change

L.M. Montgomery
“Marilla felt more embarrassed than ever. She had intended to teach Anne the childish classic, "Now I lay me down to sleep." But she had, as I have told you, the glimmerings of a sense of humor--which is simply another name for a sense of the fitness of things; and it suddenly occurred to her that simple little prayer, sacred to the white-robed childhood lisping at motherly knees, was entirely unsuited to this freckled witch of a girl who knew and cared nothing about God's love, since she had never had it translated to her through the medium of human love.”
Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables

Caleb Warta
“Crazy by definition is
Knowing that true sanity is
A figment of the educated mind”
Caleb Warta/Ritter, My Sanity: The Ramblings of a Mad Man

Amit Ray
“Effective decision-making can be seen as an optimal link between memory of the past, ground-realities of the present and insights of the future.”
Amit Ray, Mindfulness Meditation for Corporate Leadership and Management

George Eliot
“There was a peculiar fascination for Dorothea in this division of property intended for herself, and always regarded by her as excessive. She was blind, you see, to many things obvious to others - likely to tread in the wrong places, as Celia had warned her; yet her blindness to whatever did not lie in her own pure purpose carried her safely by the side of precipices where vision would have been perilous with fear.”
George Eliot

“Divinely Fabulous Inside & Out!”
Naryza

Shunya
“Thoughts are like live bacteria. They keep multiplying inside you so much that fresh thoughts from outside don’t get space to enter. Dead thoughts come out of you along with other bodily impurities. That’s when fresh thoughts manage to enter inside. Don’t feed yourself information while body is cleaning itself.”
Shunya

Pam Malow-Isham
“The greatest insights are extracted from failure.”
Pam Malow-Isham, Brilliant Words to Grow By: A Devotional Celebrating the Duality of Life

“Be The Leader, Author, & Star of Your Own Life Story!”
Naryza

Philip Wyeth
“Take that old sales pitch from Apple computers. 'Think different.' It's a nice sentiment for children, but what happens in real life? You come back proudly holding up what you found, but then people cover their eyes and scream, 'No, no! We didn't really mean for you to think different!' The truth is, if you just want to be weird on the surface, that's fine. They'll pay you handsomely as long as you go with the flow. But don't call the plan into question, otherwise they have to rewrite everything.”
Philip Wyeth, Reparations Core

“Charlie Chaplin told the same joke 3 times
I/laughter
2/giggle
3/silence
Then he told these beautiful lines;
”when you cannot laugh at the same joke again and again…then why do you cry again and again on the same worry”
Enjoy each moment, as time passes in the blink of an eye!”
Michael Levy, That's Rich: Connect The Dots

“Japan is the most developed Asian country and a major player in global business.”
Peter Hanami, 101 insights to Japanese Culture

“In the Asian century, long term business relationships will begin with a good cultural understanding”
Peter Hanami, 101 insights to Japanese Culture

“For those wanting a better understanding of Japan and Japanese culture, this is a good visual reference”
Peter Hanami, 101 insights to Japanese Culture

David Yong
“As fathers, expressing our affection to our children is a must, regardless of their ages. Some may think we only do this for our young children, but the fact is everyone, no matter the age, longs for his or her father's sense of assurance. As grown-ups, we too, desire our fathers to put their arms around us sometimes and say, "It's okay, son" or "You are doing good, daughter." Many fathers have neglected this fundamental act of love.”
David Yong, Secretly Brilliant: Wisdom-From-Above: The Best and Richest Inheritance for You and Your Children

“Dibs was coming to terms with himself. In his symbolic playhe had pired out his hurt, bruised feelings, and had emerged with feelings of strength and security. He had gone in search of a self that he could claim with proud identity. Now he was beginning to build a concept of self that was more in harmony with the capacities within him. He was achieving personal integration.”
Virginia M. Axline

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“We all have some belief that drives our decisions. But have we really ever been driven to understand what that belief is so that we understand what our decisions are?”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Saroj Aryal
“Everything you do with thoughts in mind is masturbation, the real thing is somewhere else.”
Saroj Aryal

Myla Goldberg
“[O]nce you can read, you can no longer open a book and see a jumble of letters; after you get to know someone's face, you can't see her as a stranger.”
Myla Goldberg, Feast Your Eyes

David Yong
“Wisdom from above is first of all pure (undefiled); then it is peace loving, courteous (considerate, gentle). (It is willing to) yield to reason, full of compassion and good fruits; it is wholehearted and straightforward, impartial and unfeigned (free from doubts, wavering, and insincerity). James 3:17 (AMPC), Secretly Brilliant, page xv.”
David Yong, Secretly Brilliant: Wisdom-From-Above: The Best and Richest Inheritance for You and Your Children

“It is unfortunate that some of us worry about losing data but not our thoughts about the data. If we believed in the premises of sociology—that interaction is patterned, that people share meanings, beliefs, and behaviors—then we would trust that the patterns we missed while we were writing will still be there when we return to the field. We are more likely to forget our insights into what we observed.”
Sherryl Kleinman, Emotions and Fieldwork

Philip Wyeth
“Greg knew he was just one little speck in this gauntlet that every person both ran and worked to maintain. The system that, while striving to let no part of a human life which could feed it go to waste, in turn left the potential for greatness to lie fallow. Better that a hundred thousand mundane tasks were done reliably, than to wait for the brilliant breakthrough that would turn the world on its axis.”
Philip Wyeth, Chasing the Best Days

Abhishek Ratna
“There are invaluable insights and lessons to be learnt when you open up to different perspectives.”
Abhishek Ratna, small wins BIG SUCCESS: A handbook for exemplary success in post Covid19 Outbreak Era

“Time is our greatest asset, learn to spend it wisely.”
Michael Levy, That's Rich: Connect The Dots

“When one no longer feels the need to survive, anything that one does is without attachment and without expectation. When a person is in that state, he is truly in completion with Existence. If such a person destroys, it is similar to the destruction caused by Nature, which happens at a different frequency and understanding level”
Nithyananda

Michelle Dominguez Zorzano
“Yo PUEDO pero no TENGO que hacerlo todo.”
Michelle Dominguez Zorzano, X Una Razón: Si no me crees, sigue leyendo;)

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