Universal Truths Quotes

Quotes tagged as "universal-truths" Showing 1-30 of 66
George Bernard Shaw
“The man who writes about himself and his own time is the only man who writes about all people and all time.”
George Bernard Shaw

Anna Godbersen
“It is a truth universally acknowledge that there will always be a gentleman to dance with, except at just the moment when you require one most.”
Anna Godbersen, Envy

Jeanette Winterson
“Life has never been All or Nothing- it's All and Nothing. Forget the binaries.”
Jeanette Winterson, The Stone Gods

“It was truly an abomination of nature that one always found the most comfortable spot in the bed five minutes before one had to leave it.”
Mia Ryan, The Further Observations of Lady Whistledown

Lionel Suggs
“The secrets of the universe aren't really secrets. It's just that humanity is too subjugated by their blissful ignorance to ask the right questions. When you have all of the answers, but are unable to ask any questions to them, then all you have are secrets.”
Lionel Suggs

“There exists a universal order that we each play a distinct role in carrying out. Light always struggles to emerge from darkness. Each of us is the bearer of our own lantern. We find ourselves when we realize our place in an interconnected world. The struggle to pierce the darkness that shrouds us from realizing a state of perceptive awareness is the biggest part of both our individual story and our communal storyline.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“There are two missions we are obligated to carry out during our life journey. The first, is to seek Truth throughout our lifetime. The second, is simply to be good. Engrave it in your mind that life is just one big board game where you have to make it from start to finish by being good. That is all you have to do. The hardest part, is dealing with all the obstacles that prevent smooth sailing. The trick is, to always strive to be the right person in all situations – regardless of personal cost to you. Your aim is to make sure the right book on your shoulder weighs more that the bad book on the left. The scales are real. Regardless of your chosen faith, there is a measurement system to be found in all of the world's religions. After all, does it make sense for all souls, good or bad, to end up in the same place? Of course not. To really secure the very best setting in the afterlife, the vibrations of your good deeds must surpass your death.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Erich Segal
“He would not question Barretto's love, since to know Jenny is to love Jenny; it's a universal truth”
Erich Segal

“O Heavenly Children, the stories you have concocted in God's name have angered Him; for he would never instigate war between brothers, or encourage tribes to harbor resentment towards one another. He prefers the man who loves over the one who hates. And the man who spreads kindness, peace and knowledge, over the one who spreads lies, fear and terror — and misuses His name.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“O Heavenly Children, God's messengers are as limitless as the fish in the sea. They come in all colors, regions, languages and creeds. But their message is one and the same, don't you see? He only wishes to unite all His children under one family tree.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“The radically phenomenal thing about the truth is once you find it, you can dig and dig and you’re just going to reveal more and more. There is no end when one starts digging in the direction of the truth. It’s the ultimate life adventure.”
Renee Chae, This Thing Called Life: Living Your Ultimate Truth

Sahara Sanders
“When I deal with smart IT programmers, I have a strong impression that their job has much in common with the phenomenon of how the Lord arranged the Universe and created genetics (cells, DNA, molecules, etc.). Both genetics and computer programming create their magic by performing highly intelligent coding work.”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Mehmet Murat ildan
“Look at the universe! What do you see? An order? Tranquillity? A divine peace? You fool! You ignorant! Over there, galaxies are colliding, suns are exploding, black holes swallowing stars! Now look at the universe again! What do you see? A disorder? Chaos? Anything savage? You see a hell? Now, you see the truth!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Sahara Sanders
“I’ve always had very strong feeling that computer programming is a godlike kind of job.
Similar to the Lord creating our material world and whole the Universe, based on molecular techniques such as DNA coding ― developers create the digital world based on IT technologies coding.”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

“Prayer doesn’t belong to a dogma, a religion or a sect; it is the universal call for betterment”
debbie lynn - 360 degrees full circle

Sahara Sanders
“Next morning, Emma had more of unusual impressions, from the nightdream she saw before the moment she woke up:

The girl flew inside some darkness, feeling really tired; soon, she decided to have a nap laying onto… some Galaxy! She was herself as big as the Universe… Or was it she the part of that macrocosm?”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Sahara Sanders
“Have you ever had a weird and strong feeling that programming is a godlike kind of work? Just as the Lord created our world and the entire Universe based on molecular techniques such as DNA coding, software developers create a digital world based on IT coding.”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Sahara Sanders
“Who are we people, in all that global greatness of the space? …Considering things in the ecumenical measure, we are the microbes of the Universe.”
Sahara Sanders, The ADVENTURES of Emily Smith & Billy Fifer

Gregory B. Sadler
“I not only believe in universal morality, but in more than one of them”
Gregory B. Sadler

Sahara Sanders
“Next morning, Emma had more of unusual impressions, from the nightdream she saw before the moment she woke up:

The girl flew inside some darkness, feeling really tired; soon, she decided to have a nap laying onto… some Galaxy! She was herself as big as the Universe… Or was it she the part of that macrocosm?

Then, Emma jumped down from the space, landing in… her bedroom where she used to fall asleep… and there she noticed her cousin Billy who was entering the room, accidentally touching Clifford’s brown scarf that hung on the moose antlers (which really were there, nailed to the wall and serving as hangers)… The scarves fall down… and she wakes up.

Emily closed her eyes again, scrolling her memories about how it felt—to rest on the top of the Galaxy.
“Who are we people, in all that global greatness of the space? …Considering things in the ecumenical measure, we are the microbes of the Universe,” the girl discoursed her thoughts.”
Sahara Sanders, Gods’ Food

Sahara Sanders
“Who of us, humans, at least once a lifetime, didn’t deeply fall into contemplation, standing in the darkness of such eventides beneath the constellations that are hiding different wyes and planets still hardly visible or reachable for our eyes and minds?

How many chances are there that in one or few of those unknown worlds, some mighty civilizations had contrived the ways to see through the past time and billions of light-years?

If this is the case, they’d also be able to descry the stories happening on the Earth… like the one narrated in this novel.”
Sahara Sanders, Gods’ Food

Sahara Sanders
“Who of us, humans, at least once a lifetime, didn’t deeply fall into contemplation, standing in the darkness of such eventides beneath the constellations that are hiding different wyes and planets still hardly visible or reachable for our eyes and minds?”
Sahara Sanders, The ADVENTURES of Emily Smith & Billy Fifer

Sahara Sanders
“How many chances are there that in one or few of those unknown worlds, some mighty civilizations had contrived the ways to see through the past time and billions of light-years?”
Sahara Sanders, INDIGO DIARIES: A Series of Novels

Sahara Sanders
“The girl flew inside some darkness, feeling really tired; soon, she decided to have a nap laying onto… some Galaxy! She was herself as big as the Universe… Or was it she the part of that macrocosm?”
Sahara Sanders, The ADVENTURES of Emily Smith & Billy Fifer

“While English is an international language, the Art language is the universal one.”
Sabina Hassan

Leland Lewis
“The beauty of all nature is pure language of the One...

So we can ask, what is the butterfly saying?

Or we can ask; what says the Universe through this butterfly?”
Leland Lewis, Angel Stories. Angelic Tales of the Universe. Tales 1 through 6.

“Homo sum, humani nihil a me alienum puto.”
terrence

Giharu Si Perempuan Gunung
“The infinite horizon forces you to understand this world is secular”
Giharu Si Perempuan Gunung

“The goal of all principled people is to recognize truth. Simple or complex thoughts and feelings standing alone rarely express any universal truths. Thoughts and feelings combine to create profound truths and compose extravagant falsities. Truth making exposes certain falsehoods, and lies shed light upon irrefutable truths. Art reveals the pageantry of nature along with the unmitigated grotesqueness that accompanies an earthly life. The search for truth begins with an intellectual journey into darkness whereas the search for beauty requires an imaginative act trussed with the classical beauty of Apollonian lightness. Aesthetic appreciation represents the perfect reconciliation of the sensual and rational parts of humankind’s animalistic nature. Similar to aesthetic experience – contemplation of beauty without imposition of a worldly agenda – love depends upon human sensory-emotional values, a judgement of values and sentiments.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“The human mind is a product of nature. Resembling other forms of nature, does it follow an ancient code by adhering to universal rules of structure, time, and rhythm? Does the human mind establish through training and education its own pulse, tempo, pace, and lilt? Does reading allow us to witness the rhythm, beat, and intonation of other people’s minds? Does writing allow us to develop, monitor, and train the pulsating pulse of our own surfing mental cadence? Does reading enable us to see the groundswell of our own life refracted through a prism of other people’s storm of words? Does reading depict the upsurge of images and thoughts of a working mind, which casement frames humankind? Does writing spur us to scrutinize the indistinct pictures taken by the viewfinder submerged in our own minds? Does inspired writing draw out of us what composed material binders the structures of our multi-dimensional mind?”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

« previous 1 3