But there is also always some reason in madness. Author of 'Thus Spake Zarathustra'. Made the comment "God is Dead' ushering in the scientific era. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. THAT'S relativity. And now here is my secret, a very simple secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.
For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult of our tasks; the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work is but preparation. Most famous for his novella 'The Little Prince'. Through Love all dregs will turn to purest wine Through Love all pain will turn to medicine. Through Love the dead will all become alive.
Through Love the king will turn into a slave!
Passion makes the old medicine new: Passion lops off the bough of weariness. Passion is the elixir that renews: how can there be weariness when passion is present? Oh, don't sigh heavily from fatigue: seek passion, seek passion, seek passion! The intellectual is always showing off, the lover is always getting lost. The intellectual runs away. Intellectuals plan their repose; lovers are ashamed to rest. The lover is always alone. The man who goes to the trouble of giving advice to a lover get nothing.
He's mocked by passion.
Love is like musk. It attracts attention. Love is a tree, and the lovers are its shade. Rumi created the Whirling Dervish tradition. Then shall I turn my face, and hear one bird sing terribly afar in the lost lands. Glistening moonlight caresses the dewed silk petals of a lusciousblood red rose, yearning to be experienced, her sweet lusty fragrance uninhibited and irresistible. Explosive fiery passion bursts from the belly of our powerful undulating sun gripping our fertile mother with a gentle intimate embrace, seeding, warming, feeding, breathing.
From floral ecstasy to planetary intercourse, atomic sodomy to parallel universal foreplay, life is sex It seemed like years before I picked a bouquet of kisses off her mouth and put them into a dawn-colored vase in my heart. But the wait was worth it. Because I was in love. Best known for his novel Trout Fishing in America It is the color of love. Sweet dreams till sunbeams find you Sweet dreams that leave all worries behind you But in your dreams whatever they be Dream a little dream of me.
Love is good sense.
Counter-cultural figure, link between the Beats s and the hippies s. One word frees us of all the weight and pain in life.
That word is love. Any time not spent on love is wasted. Take away love and our earth is a tomb. It is easier to be a lover than a husband for the simple reason that it is more difficult to be witty every day than to say pretty things from time to time. The risk it takes to remain tight inside the bud is more painful than the risk it takes to blossom. We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. The only thing we never get enough of is love; and the only thing we never give enough of is love. But love, to some extent, protects you from age. Where love rules, there is no will to power and where power predominates, there love is lacking.
The one is the shadow of the other. You are the most beautiful girl that has ever lived, and it is worth dying to have kissed you. If you don't have it, it doesn't matter much what else you have. Best known for Peter Pan. When one is in love, one always begins by deceiving oneself, and one always ends by deceiving others.
That is what the world calls a romance.
A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead. The consciousness of loving and being loved brings a warmth and a richness to life that nothing else can bring. Famous for his wit. Co-founder of the Cubist movement.
What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined together to strengthen each other in all labour, to minister to each other in all sorrow, to share with each other in all gladness, to be one with each other in the silent unspoken memories? And now the fancy passes by, And nothing will remain, And miles around they'll say that I Am quite myself again.
He felt now that he was not simply close to her, but that he did not know where he ended and she began.
What a strange illusion it is to suppose that beauty is goodness! It will survive long after your gold and good health have vanished. Love has features which pierce all hearts, he wears a bandage which conceals the faults of those beloved. He has wings, he comes quickly and flies away the same.
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Vigorous camaigner for social justice. Nobel Prize in Literature.
Scott Fitzgerald. Icon of the s —dubbed by her husband "the first American Flapper". Wild Nights! Futile the winds to a heart in port, Gone with the compass Gone with the chart--Rowing in Eden. His conclusions--clearly and even humorously reported--provide the definitive word on the twenty-first-century vampire.
Here are three idioms to talk about when a child is the same as the parents. Syed haseeb bukhari. Mother — that was the bank where we deposited all our hurts and worries. Sometimes the result is a flop For more Grandma Birthday Poems please click link below:-Grandma Birthday Poems Verses Quotes These family birthday poems, verses, quotes, sayings, wishes, messages, verse, poem, poetry, odes, limericks, rhymes page, many of which are funny for greetings cards, speeches, scrolls, framed gifts, scrapbooking and covering members of the family viz Christian Friendship Poems. This is the translation of the word "mother" to over 80 other languages.
Finalist for the New Mexico Book Award. Twenty enchanting stories take the reader to an extraordinary world of magic harps, angry giants, mysterious spells and gallant knights. Tales of valiant Scottish men and women through history, along with stories of enchantment -- fairies, giants, kings and queens -- bring life to the legendary Scottish mythology of ages past.
For ages 9 and up. Good condition. Represents a selection of 71 tales from the Israeli Folktale Archives founded by the author at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. It is is unique in sampling the international body of popular tales told around the world by Jewish people. Both religious and secular tales are represented, and some can be traced back to biblical times.
In this volume will be found not only many of the familiar ingredients of folklore, but many surprising Slavic twists as well. Greed and gullibility are justly punished; quick wits and ingenuity triumph over brutish strength every time; but these are animals, the fox and the wild boar, the bear, the faithful dog -- even a surprising cat who announces, "I am Pan Kotsky! I am the most frightful animal in the woods. I tear to pieces whomever I please! Originating as a mysterious alphabet, runes were designed to preserve sacred teachings by keeping them hidden.
Used for divination and other magical purposes, the first runes can be traced to the Goddess -- the mother of all gods and humanity, and the source of all magic, wisdom, and inspiration. In this evocative volume, you will discover the language of the Goddess by delving into the history of the earliest form of runes, exploring the original meanings of the runes, and learning to read the multiple meanings hidden in these ancient symbols. Derrydale Books, New York: Oregon State University Press, Corvallis. Story story. Melville Jacobs spent a lifetime recording traditional stories and studying the life ways of those who told them.
An anthropologist and folklorist, Jacobs made it his life's work to preserve and interpret the fast-disappearing languages and traditions of the Indian peoples of Oregon and Washington.
This volume presents an introduction to Jacobs's seminal research and provides an engaging selection of the myths and tales that he painstakingly collected. In their introduction, the editors provide an overview of Jacobs's remarkable life and career. A professor at the University of Washington, Jacobs, like his mentor Franz Boas, spent months in the field, seeking out and interviewing Native people. A selection of Jacobs's articles and essays on Northwest Indian oral traditions introduce his theory and method of folklore research.
In addition to his own original writings, this volume gathers eighteen stories collected and translated by Jacobs. Eight of the stories include his extensive interpretations, several of which are published here for the first time. The stories represent the range of genres that Jacobs collected and are drawn from many of the Native groups with which he worked, including Chinook, Kalapuya, Sahaptin, and Coos.
All the stories were originally collected in the Native languages and translated into English with help from Jacobs's Indian consultants.