Best 327 of Cosmos quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jamal Nazrul Islam

It is perhaps worth noticing that we have arrived 'on the scene' at a fairly early date. By this I mean that the time scale that it has taken nature to create us is of the same order of magnitude as the age of the universe. The universe is about 10-15 billion years old, and the Earth about 4.5 billion years old. Life is supposed to have begun on Earth about 3 billion years ago. It would not have been possible to evolve life, because of the hostile conditions, in the first few billion years after the big bang. Thus we have been created almost as soon as the universe was in a position to create us. It is an interesting question how long the universe will continue to create entirely new forms of life, assuming that it is open.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

God gave birth to the universe. The universe gave birth to the cosmos. The cosmos gave birth to the world. The world gave birth to nature. Nature gave birth to life. Life gave birth to mankind. Mankind gave birth to humanity.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tom Althouse

We are the reflections for the stars to gaze upon, upon a sea of glass.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Sunday Adelaja

Spirituality is a vague realization of relating to a supernatural cosmos

By Anonym 15 Sep

Paramahansa Yogananda

The Spirit could not create matter as anything different from Itself, for it had only Itself as the tissue or material with which to build the cosmos.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Carl Sagan

we make our world significant by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers

By Anonym 18 Sep

Jasleen Kaur Gumber

So it became, the law of universe, to have the, profoundest, of the words, cloaked in the, darkest of the masks.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Leonard Nimoy

Other times, you're doing some piece of work and suddenly you get feedback that tells you that you have touched something that is very alive in the cosmos.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Philip Zimbardo

Time is the backdrop of our lives and the very fabric of the cosmos.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Deepak Chopra

Our biological rhythms are the symphony of the cosmos.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michel Reitsma

Majority of people find that nature is anything that walks and grows on planet Earth, astronomers have found that this nature stretches way beyond our atmosphere as far as we can see in to the Universe.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Gautama Buddha

With good will for the entire cosmos, cultivate a limitless heart: above, below, and all around, unobstructed, without hostility or hate.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Shermer

Finally, from what we now know about the cosmos, to think that all this was created for just one species among the tens of millions of species who live on one planet circling one of a couple of hundred billion stars that are located in one galaxy among hundreds of billions of galaxies, all of which are in one universe among perhaps an infinite number of universes all nestled within a grand cosmic multiverse, is provincially insular and anthropocentrically blinkered. Which is more likely? That the universe was designed just for us, or that we see the universe as having been designed just for us?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

The world is young, the sky is old, the cosmos are ancient, but the universe timeless.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Wald Wassermann

All are special. Now it is discovered. Angels are among us. Love is uncovered.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Baker Brownell

Art matures. It is the formal elaboration of activity, complete in its own pattern. It is a cosmos of its own.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael Pollan

So perhaps spiritual experience is simply what happens in the space that opens up in the mind when “all mean egotism vanishes.” Wonders (and terrors) we’re ordinarily defended against flow into our awareness; the far ends of the sensory spectrum, which are normally invisible to us, our senses can suddenly admit. While the ego sleeps, the mind plays, proposing unexpected patterns of thought and new rays of relation. The gulf between self and world, that no-man’s-land which in ordinary hours the ego so vigilantly patrols, closes down, allowing us to feel less separate and more connected, “part and particle” of some larger entity. Whether we call that entity Nature, the Mind at Large, or God hardly matters. But it seems to be in the crucible of that merging that death loses some of its sting.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Sam Harris

Despite a full century of scientific insights attesting to the antiquity of the earth, more than half of our neighbors believe that the entire cosmos was created six thousand years ago. This is, incidentally, about a thousand years after the Sumerians invented glue.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Carl Sagan

The cosmos is full beyond measure of elegant truths; of exquisite interrelationships; of the awesome machinery of nature.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Norman Mailer

When a novel comes, it's a grace. Something in the cosmos has forgiven you long enough so that you can start.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Wald Wassermann

We are Love experiencing itself, in myriad ways.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Deepak Chopra

The cosmos is structured to bring about growth, and growth is always in the direction of greater love and happiness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Brian Greene

We are living through a remarkably privileged era when certain deep truths about the cosmos are still within reach of the human spirit of exploration.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bangambiki Habyarimana

I don't know the beginnings and the end of all things? But apparently most people do.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Carl Sagan

The Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Nikolai Berdyaev

In every artistic activity a new world is created, the cosmos, a world enlightened and free.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Alberto Caeiro

The man stopped talking and was looking at the sunset. But what does someone who hates and loves want with a sunset?

By Anonym 20 Sep

N. T. Wright

When God “saves” people in this life, by working through His Spirit to bring them to faith, and by leading them to follow Jesus in discipleship, prayer, holiness, hope and love, such people are designed – it isn’t too strong a word – to be a sign and foretaste of what God wants to do for the entire cosmos. What’s more, such people are not just to be a sign and foretaste of that ultimate “salvation”; they are to be part of the means by which God makes this happen in both the present and the future.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Wald Wassermann

Love guides the way. Love lights the way. Love is the way.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Angie Karan

We are the essence of what we DO! The part we each play in the cosmos. Doing good deeds for others is leaving our signature on the world.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Carlos Castaneda

We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives. Human beings are its prisoners. The Predator is our lord and master. It has rendered us docile, helpless. If we want to protest, it suppresses our protest. If we want to act independently, it demands that we don't do so... I have been beating around the bush all this time, insinuating to you that something is holding us prisoner. Indeed we are held prisoner! "This was an energetic fact for the sorcerers of ancient Mexico ... They took us over because we are food for them, and they squeeze us mercilessly because we are their sustenance. just as we rear chickens in chicken coops, the predators rear us in human coops, humaneros. Therefore, their food is always available to them." "No, no, no, no," [Carlos replies] "This is absurd don Juan. What you're saying is something monstrous. It simply can't be true, for sorcerers or for average men, or for anyone." "Why not?" don Juan asked calmly. "Why not? Because it infuriates you? ... You haven't heard all the claims yet. I want to appeal to your analytical mind. Think for a moment, and tell me how you would explain the contradictions between the intelligence of man the engineer and the stupidity of his systems of beliefs, or the stupidity of his contradictory behaviour. Sorcerers believe that the predators have given us our systems of belief, our ideas of good and evil, our social mores. They are the ones who set up our hopes and expectations and dreams of success or failure. They have given us covetousness, greed, and cowardice. It is the predators who make us complacent, routinary, and egomaniacal." "'But how can they do this, don Juan? [Carlos] asked, somehow angered further by what [don Juan] was saying. "'Do they whisper all that in our ears while we are asleep?" "'No, they don't do it that way. That's idiotic!" don Juan said, smiling. "They are infinitely more efficient and organized than that. In order to keep us obedient and meek and weak, the predators engaged themselves in a stupendous manoeuvre stupendous, of course, from the point of view of a fighting strategist. A horrendous manoeuvre from the point of view of those who suffer it. They gave us their mind! Do you hear me? The predators give us their mind, which becomes our mind. The predators' mind is baroque, contradictory, morose, filled with the fear of being discovered any minute now." "I know that even though you have never suffered hunger... you have food anxiety, which is none other than the anxiety of the predator who fears that any moment now its manoeuvre is going to be uncovered and food is going to be denied. Through the mind, which, after all, is their mind, the predators inject into the lives of human beings whatever is convenient for them. And they ensure, in this manner, a degree of security to act as a buffer against their fear." "The sorcerers of ancient Mexico were quite ill at ease with the idea of when [the predator] made its appearance on Earth. They reasoned that man must have been a complete being at one point, with stupendous insights, feats of awareness that are mythological legends nowadays. And then, everything seems to disappear, and we have now a sedated man. What I'm saying is that what we have against us is not a simple predator. It is very smart, and organized. It follows a methodical system to render us useless. Man, the magical being that he is destined to be, is no longer magical. He's an average piece of meat." "There are no more dreams for man but the dreams of an animal who is being raised to become a piece of meat: trite, conventional, imbecilic.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Thomas Nagel

I am drawn to a fourth alternative, natural teleology, or teleological bias, as an account of the existence of the biological possibilities on which natural selection can operate. I believe that teleology is a naturalistic alternative that is distinct from all three of the other candidate explanations: chance, creationism, and directionless physical law. To avoid the mistake that White finds in the hypothesis of nonintentional bias, teleology would have to be restrictive in what it makes likely, but without depending on intentions or motives. This would probably have to involve some conception of an increase in value through the expanded possibilities provided by the higher forms of organization toward which nature tends: not just any outcome could qualify as a telos. That would make value an explanatory end, but not one that is realized through the purposes or intentions of an agent. Teleology means that in addition to physical law of the familiar kind, there are other laws of nature that are "biased toward the marvelous".

By Anonym 14 Sep

Carl Sagan

The cosmos is within us. We are made of star stuff

By Anonym 19 Sep

Carl Sagan

Things had been falling down since the beginning of time.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Amit Ray

Yoga is establishing connection with the every cell of the body and with every soul of the cosmos.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Alberto Caeiro

I pass and I stay, like the Universe.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Wald Wassermann

Our nature caresses us with unconditional love. It bestows all of us with gentle loving care. All we need to do is listen to its heavenly song. Lovely is this song that embraces all life on Earth.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Vasily Grossman

When a person dies, they cross over from the realm of freedom to the realm of slavery. Life is freedom, and dying is a gradual denial of freedom. Consciousness first weakens and then disappears. The life-processes – respiration, the metabolism, the circulation – continue for some time, but an irrevocable move has been made towards slavery; consciousness, the flame of freedom, has died out. The stars have disappeared from the night sky; the Milky Way has vanished; the sun has gone out; Venus, Mars and Jupiter have been extinguished; millions of leaves have died; the wind and the oceans have faded away; flowers have lost their colour and fragrance; bread has vanished; water has vanished; even the air itself, the sometimes cool, sometimes sultry air, has vanished. The universe inside a person has ceased to exist. This universe is astonishingly similar to the universe that exists outside people. It is astonishingly similar to the universes still reflected within the skulls of millions of living people. But still more astonishing is the fact that this universe had something in it that distinguished the sound of its ocean, the smell of its flowers, the rustle of its leaves, the hues of its granite and the sadness of its autumn fields both from those of every other universe that exists and ever has existed within people, and from those of the universe that exists eternally outside people. What constitutes the freedom, the soul of an individual life, is its uniqueness. The reflection of the universe in someone's consciousness is the foundation of his or her power, but life only becomes happiness, is only endowed with freedom and meaning when someone exists as a whole world that has never been repeated in all eternity. Only then can they experience the joy of freedom and kindness, finding in others what they have already found in themselves.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Danielle Laporte

The cosmos deals in the currency of emotion. When we feel good, goodness flows.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Wald Wassermann

I love you unconditionally which is why you are. You are therefore loved without condition. You are perfect as you are. So thank you for being exactly as you are. Thank you. I love you.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Wald Wassermann

When in doubt have no fear. Trust in love it's always near. All is good as meant to be. Trust in love so all can see.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Roseanne Barr

Patriarchy is impotent and qualitatively unable to solve even the most simple problems in the cosmos such as picking up their own socks or placing a carton of milk back in the refrigerator after drinking from it.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Danielle Laporte

Give it your all. Give it away. Your desires are being held in the hand of the cosmos with incredibly sturdy care. Life is not testing you. She is rooting for you.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Walker Percy

Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book or How you can survive in the Cosmos about which you know more and more while knowing less and less about yourself, this despite 10,000 self-help books, 100,000 psychotherapists, and 100 million fundamentalist Christians or Why is it that of all the billions and billions of strange objects in the Cosmos - novas, quasars, pulsars, black holes - you are beyond doubt the strangest or Why is it possible to learn more in ten minutes about the Crab Nebula in Taurus, which is 6,000 light-years away, than you presently know about yourself, even though you've been stuck with yourself all your life

By Anonym 18 Sep

Wald Wassermann

Pi, Phi, Mistiphy. Where does One go when One Loves All? One goes inward. It is only by going inward that one can radiate all-encompassing love to all species. Inwardly loving → Radiating Love Outwardly = The Harmony of the World. God is closer than we think. Rewind and you will find the answers to all our questions in the harmony of our very own nature which happens to be the very same nature that underwrites all life on this planet. This is why we are predestined to come together as one as we already are and always will be (in reality) one. Not loving one another is an illusion. Earth's song happens to be the universal mother tongue; Love!

By Anonym 14 Sep

Leonard Sweet

The church must provide postmoderns with an alternity of rituals by which they can turn and tune to one another and feel connected to the cosmos.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Frederick Lenz

How could being the entire cosmos and all of its wonder and all of its stages and cycles, and yet being that which is beyond them all, the invisible, be extinction? Extinction? The extinction of what, of whom? How can that which has never been be extinguished?

By Anonym 20 Sep

Abdullah Ali

When I was little, my mother used to tell me that the universe was made in sparks. Would that mean that at the beginning, someone had clacked two cosmic stones together?.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Deepak Chopra

In my stillness I am the eternal possibility. In my movement I am the cosmos.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Jean-dominique Bauby

Does the cosmos contain keys for opening my diving bell? A subway line with no terminus? A currency strong enough to buy my freedom back? We must keep looking.