Some Quotes to Share and Communicate...

My favorite quotes to share with as many people as I can, for many reasons.

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Wicked by Gregory Maguire - "People who claim that they're evil are usually no worse than the rest of us... It's people who claim that they're good, or anyway better than the rest of us, that you have to be wary of."
Wicked by Gregory Maguire - "There is no difference... The strands are the same, the skeins are the same; the rock remembers; the water has memory; the air has a past for which it can be held accountable; the flame renews itself like a pfenix. What is an animal, but made of rock and water and fire and ether!"
Wicked by Gregory Maguire - "There was too much to hate in this world, and too much to love."
Wicked by Gregory Maguire - "Or is it just that the world unwraps itself to you, again and again, as soon as you are ready to see it anew?"
Wicked by Gregory Maguire - "Science, my dears, is the systematic dissection of nature, to reduce it to working parts that more or less obey universal laws. Sorcery moves in the opposite direction. It doesn't rend, it repairs. It is synthesis rather than analysis. It builds anew rather than revealing the old. In the hands of someone truly skilled... it is Art. One might in fact call it the Superior, or the Finest, Art. It bypasses the Fine Arts of painting and drama and recitation. It doesn't pose or represent the world. It becomes."

Thursday, September 02, 2004

Tales of Power by Carlos Castenada - "Whenever the [internal] dialogue stops, the world collapses and extraordinary facets of ourselves surface, as though they had been kept heavily guarded by our words. You are like you are, because you tell yourself that you are that way."
Tales of Power by Carlos Castenada - "To turn that magnificence out there into reasonableness doesn't do anything for you. Here, surrounding us, is eternity itself. To engage in reducing it to a manageable nonsense is petty and outright disastrous."
Tales of Power by Carlos Castaneda - "I've told you that the internal dialogue is what grounds us... the world is such and such or so and so, only because we talk to ourselves about its being such and such or so and so."