Stones Quotes

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Tom Robbins
“Bones are patient. Bones never tire nor do they run away. When you come upon a man who has been dead many years, his bones will still be lying there, in place, content, patiently waiting, but his flesh will have gotten up and left him. Water is like flesh. Water will not stand still. It is always off to somewhere else; restless, talkative, and curious. Even water in a covered jar will disappear in time. Flesh is water. Stones are like bones. Satisfied. Patient. Dependable. Tell me, then, Alobar, in order to achieve immortality, should you emulate water or stone? Should you trust your flesh or your bones?”
Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume

“She hated the way roses smelled, their sweetness too fragile. She wanted a garden of evergreens. A garden of stones. A garden of swords.”
Keirsten White

Ray Bradbury
“There were only the great diamonds and sapphires and emerald mists and velvet inks of space, with God's voice mingling among the crystal fires.”
Ray Bradbury, The Illustrated Man

Hilari Bell
“As if she had summoned them, a flurry of stones flew out of the darkness, striking his mail, pinging off his helm. One hit his unprotected leg and he yelped and clutched it. That was a mistake. The second barrage was entirely directed at his legs.”
Hilari Bell, The Goblin Wood

Ana Claudia Antunes
“Life keeps throwing me stones.
And I keep finding the diamonds...”
Ana Claudia Antunes, A-Z of Happiness: Tips for Living and Breaking Through the Chain that Separates You from Getting That Dream Job

Kamand Kojouri
“Put down your stones.
Why are you breaking the window
when God has left the door wide open?
If you are afraid, lover,
follow me.
I will guide the way.”
Kamand Kojouri

“Clouds are just nature's stepping stones to the heavens.”
Anthony T. Hincks

“If an evil spirit had to hide from God, it would hide in a diamond. If an angel had to hide from the Devil, it would hide in rose quartz.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Israelmore Ayivor
“Leaders create influence with the clays of criticism others throw at them. They don't take offence; they take corrections.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Leaders' Ladder

Kristen Henderson
“Oblong stones sink
slow and sideways. Shaped
by the weight of waves,
dutifully vibrating nature’s
lunar-bound graces,
they wash ashore only for
closed palms to forsake them.
The cheerful will
cherish them, place them
on windowsills, or on graves.”
Kristen Henderson, Of My Maiden Smoking

Israelmore Ayivor
“Our confidence is not in what we have, but He who freely gave us what we have. If God's will is in your little stones, they will surely bring down giant Goliaths... but you have to make the throw!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Daily Drive 365

Joe Hill
“But it turned out life was more like the kind of song the Stones wrote: you didn't get any satisfaction, you took one hit to the body after another, if you were a woman you were a bitch who belonged under someone's thumb, and if you wanted mother's little helper from your dear doctor you better have the silver, take it or leave it, and don't come crying for sympathy, that was just for the devil.”
Joe Hill

Swami Dhyan Giten

The other is a mirror of our own face; the other is a mirror of our inner being.

The entire universe is a manifestation of our own inner being.

Man is the microcosm and the universe is the macrocosm.

In our inner being, we are one with all.

True relationships is to see ourselves in all beings and to see all beings in ourselves.

The inner being is not only present in human beings, but it is also present in flowers, trees, animals, stones and the stars.

The divine exists everywhere in nature.

Once we realize this we will never feel alone.

We find the communion of the heart everywhere.”
Swami Dhyan Giten

Russell Hoban
“Stoans want to be lissent to. Them big brown stoans in the formers feal they want to stan up and talk like men. Some times youwl see them lying on the groun with ther humps and hollers theywl say to you, Sit a wyl and res easy why dont you. Then when youre sitting on them theywl talk and theywl tel if you lissen. Theywl tel whats in them but you wont hear nothing what theyre saying without you go as fas as the stoan. You myt think a stoan is slow thats becaws you wont see it moving. Wont see it walking a roun. That dont mean its slow tho. There are the many cools of Addom which they are the party cools of stoan. Moving in ther millyings which is the girt dants of the every thing its the fastes thing there is it keaps the stilness going. Reason you wont see it move its so far a way in to the stoan. If you cud fly way way up like a saddelite bird over the sea and you lookit down you wunt see the waves moving youwd see them change 1 way to a nother only you wunt see them moving youwd be too far a way. You wunt see nothing only a changing stilness. Its the same with a stoan.”
Russell Hoban, Riddley Walker

M.F. Moonzajer
“We do remember once we were wrong sacrificing everything for idols and stones likewise today for ghost and phantoms.”
M.F. Moonzajer

Nico J. Genes
“Yes, if the stones that we walked on could talk, they would surely tell our story.”
Nico J. Genes, Magnetic Reverie

Israelmore Ayivor
“Take the stones that failure throws at you and build legacies the world will always remember you for.”
Israelmore Ayivor, Become a Better You

“Trust is like a glass vase, beautiful except there is no way of putting it back together when it breaks.”
Willi Way

Keith Richards
“Classic of '43. Don't knock it. A Vintage year.”
Keith Richards

“Come with me to the mountains. Every stone there tells a story.”
Avijeet Das

Bette Bao Lord
“The Hanlin named his granddaughter Lustrous Jade, for jade was the fairest of stones and possessed five virtues: charity, for its lustre; rectitude, for its translucence; wisdom, for its purity of sound when struck; equity, for its sharp edges that injure none; courage, for it can be broken but not bent.”
Bette Bao Lord, Spring Moon: A Novel of China

“Serce ludzkie bywa czasem tak zgłodniałe, że rzuca się nawet na kamienie, nie czując ich martwoty i chłodu.”
Feliks Chwalibóg

“That old man over there
Is selling trinkets made of stones
That old woman the entire world
In a map without any hole!”
Avijeet Das

Israelmore Ayivor
“The great mountains of wars and conflicts in the world can only be removed by picking up tiny stones of hatred and anger bit by bit. We must all be involved!”
Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

Susan Griffin
“I am beginning to believe that we know everything, that all history, including the history of each family, is part of us, such that, when we hear any secret revealed, a secret about a grandfather, or an uncle, or a secret about the battle of Dresden in 1945, our lives are made suddenly clearer to us, as the unnatural heaviness of unspoken truth is dispersed. For perhaps we are like stones; our own history and the history of the world embedded in us, we hold a sorrow deep within and cannot weep until that history is sung.”
Susan Griffin, A Chorus of Stones: The Private Life of War

Enock Maregesi
“Watu wa zamani katika Agano la Kale walikuwa wakiabudu miungu iliyotengenezwa kwa mawe na vinyago. Miungu hiyo haikuwa na chochote ndani mbali na kutengenezwa kwa akili na fikira za kibinadamu. Hii ilikuwa ni kinyume cha ukweli wa Kibiblia kwamba Mungu alimuumba mtu kwa mfano wake, lakini si mtu aliyejaa dhambi kumtengeneza Mungu kwa mfano wake. Kuabudu miungu mingine ni dhambi kubwa. Tii Amri Kumi za Mungu; hasa ya kwanza, ya pili na ya tatu.”
Enock Maregesi

“Keith Richards on change—"It's gotta go up and down. Otherwise, you won't know the difference. It would be just a bland, straight line, like lookin' at a heart machine. And when that straight line happens, baby, you're dead.”
Jessica Pallington West, What Would Keith Richards Do?: Daily Affirmations from a Rock and Roll Survivor

“The priviledges we didn't get, let us make sure that those coming after us get it.
Let us clear the way, remove the stones, level the ground and decorate the side walks so that the coming generation of young Christians can run without having to struggle so much because of the road.”
Paul Bamikole

Cormac McCarthy
“Polished round and smooth as marbles or lozenges of stone veined and
striped. Black disclets and bits of polished quartz all bright from the mist off the
Cormac McCarthy, The Road

“When wind blows in the morning
I think about the same thing
I feel I have a big stone at soul
do not know from who
but still know one
I love
I just try to keep it and smile around
The stones are dead
they were mine”
Lucy Hunady

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