Though Quotes

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Robert M. Pirsig
“When analytic thought, the knife, is applied to experience, something is always killed in the process.”
Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

Munia Khan
“Love is like dried flowers sometimes. Even though you watch the petals shrink and change colour, you cannot help treasuring them”
Munia Khan

George Orwell
“The whole experience of being hit by a bullet is very interesting and I think worth describing in detail.”
George Orwell, Homage to Catalonia

K.Hari Kumar
“Flowers that bloom in the winter may not survive till spring.”
K Hari Kumar

“nevermind the snow that falls close to the tree howevere praise the sweet sampling that lays beneath.”
kei

“Even though this generation still believes in the miracle working power of God, they must no longer wait for God to bring water from the rocks, but rather construct dams, water systems, subdue the power of the ocean thereby give glory to God almighty”
Sunday Adelaja

“Tragically though, it is that same life that is often least treasured or valued by men who possess it.”
Sunday Adelaja

“There are benefits in confrontation. Even though we don’t like it most of the time, but people who obey this demand of life, live in peace better than the others. They avoid conflict and fights, better than others. They are able to identify their friends and enemies faster than others.”
Sunday Adelaja

“Dear my little children I work hard so as to make your lives better. so don't rest until you do thesame to your own children.”
Hamzatribah

“single universe, many planets,many continents, and many countries, my country Nigeria will never be like others.”
Hamzatribah

“I hate our current leaders becouse they don't know the value of there people, but like there ideas because it will soon turn against them and any of there kind.”
Hamzatribah

“Many use the word “Kingdom” flippantly. Even though we sing about it in our praise songs, we talk about it in our sermons, yet we seem to still not understand its reality in our daily lives”
Sunday Adelaja

“My concern is not the fact that other people don’t understand where I am coming from, even though Christians are supposed to be doing what I am doing”
Sunday Adelaja

“DIGNITY OF LABOR indicates that all types of jobs are respected equally, and no occupation is considered superior. Though one’s occupation for his or her livelihood involves physical work or menial labour, it is held that the job carries dignity, compared to the jobs that involve more intellect than body.”
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“Though one’s occupation for his or her livelihood involves physical work or menial labor, it is held that the job carries dignity, compared to the jobs that involve more intellect than body.”
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Jonathan Renshaw
“Without imagination, things were only as they appeared - and that was blindness. Things were more than they appeared, so much more. When he considered an oak tree, it was not just a tree. To someone small, like an ant, it was a whole landscape of rugged barky cliffs and big green leaf-plains that quaked when the sky was restless, a place of many strange creatures where fearsome winged beasts could pluck and devour someone in a blink.”
Jonathan Renshaw, Dawn of Wonder

Deyth Banger
“Let's every though sink in.”
Deyth Banger

Christina Engela
“The TSA liked having fresh agents on the job. Fresh agents with a clear mind and steady hand. Time travel wasn’t for the faint of heart. The pay was good though, but as Scrooby had decided long ago, that even if he didn’t get paid for it, the thrill alone was payment enough. Then again, the TSA realized they couldn’t afford to have disgruntled employees with too much time on their hands and the power of the gods at their fingertips, so the pay was very, very good. Debriefing was routine. And how he hated routine! His supervisor was a senior agent called Guy Krummeck, a rather drab character who liked his shiny silver suits almost as much as he liked to go over every little detail at least three times. Minimum. This time everything went right, so it went quick. Twenty minutes later, tired, he clocked out and went home to his small apartment. Tomorrow, after all, was another day again.”
Christina Engela, The Time Saving Agency

“Though one praises all the gods,
Birds will not come down to deserts.”
Miriam Lichtheim, Ancient Egyptian Literature, Volume I: The Old and Middle Kingdoms