Best 193 of Rebirth quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Neil Gaiman

Rebirth always follows death.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Mateo Sol

While the Dark Night of the Soul is a process of death, the Spiritual Awakening Process is the rebirth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christmas Humphreys

For the only slavery is desire, and he who learns to let go, to climb the wind-swept hills of self-becoming, naked of all possessions and desire, will drink the mountain air of freedom, and find the peace that lies not in the satisfaction but in the controlling of desire.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Cristen Rodgers

Sometimes what’s dead must be burned away to make room for new life. Sometimes you just have to step back and let the brittle bits ignite - but once those flames begin to dance their caustic dance, don’t you dare look the other way. Don’t close your eyes. Watch closely and let that image seer itself forever on your mind. Remember what it looked like in the midst of the soot, the smoke, and the haze. Remember, so you don’t repeat the same conditions that required such a blaze.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amie Kaufman

The glow flares bright—bright as the billion-year-old light around us. Bright as a sun. Almost every particle in the universe was once part of a star. First, hydrogen condensing and collapsing, bringing radiance to the void. Furnaces burning bright, then fading, giving all they had left back into the cosmos. Carbon and oxygen. Iron and gold. Vast clouds swirling with their own gravity. Coalescing and disintegrating. Generation to generation. The remnants of stellar alchemy, stirring into life, then consciousness. Crawling from the oceans. Taking to the skies. And from there, back to the stars that birthed them. A perfect circle.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Rossana Condoleo

Divorce = Rebirth: forget the past, replan your life, improve your appearance & REJUVENATE!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Seja Majeed

We search for happiness across every landscape, if only we knew that the seed in which it first grows, is planted within ourselves...

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ursula K. Le Guin

He is the earth and sunlight, the leaves of trees, the eagle's flight. He is alive. And all who ever died, live; they are reborn and have no end, nor will there ever be an end.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Maria Koszler

With each new day comes an opportunity for rebirth, for change. Don't wait for another New Year.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Cher

I've had so many rebirths, I should come with my own midwife by now.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

We all have that divine moment, when our lives are transformed by the knowledge of the truth.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Jim Gerlach

Seeing the rebirth of the Delaware Estuary as a valuable natural resource is certainly encouraging, and I am encouraged not just by the progress made in the Delaware Estuary but in estuaries throughout the country.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Coco Mingolelli

I doubt you would understand what it is like, to watch yourself die more and more each day, while birthing a whole new woman at the same time.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Roxanna Aliba Kazibwe

Her eyes stung from crying for so long and having some tears dry on them. Her body was weak from the exercise but she did not feel better. While she was crying she had wanted someone, anyone to come and hold her. She had crawled into her closet, hoisted herself up onto the shelf that had duvets and bedsheets and curled herself among those. Now she knew that no hug could erase her pain, no sort of embrace could bind up her heart. She needed a new heart it seemed, her old heart was beyond repair.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Seja Majeed

Live for what you love, and die for what you're unwilling to live without...

By Anonym 15 Sep

Dawn Akemi

Death is many things, including the beginning of something new.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Gautama Buddha

Suppose a man threw into the sea a yoke with one hole in it, and the east wind carried it to the west, and the west wind carried it to the east, and the north wind carried it to the south, and the south wind carried it to the north. Suppose there were a blind turtle that came up once at the end of each century. What do you think, bhikkhus? Would that blind turtle put his neck into that yoke with one hole in it?" "He might, venerable sir, sometime or other at the end of a long period." "Bhikkhus, the blind turtle would sooner put his neck into that yoke with a single hole in it than a fool, once gone to perdition, would take to regain the human state, I say. Why is that? Because there is no practising of the Dhamma there, no practising of what is righteous, no doing of what is wholesome, no performance of merit. There mutual devouring prevails, and the slaughter of the weak.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Tanith Lee

Almost asphyxiated, I kneeled in the broken grave, retching and coughing and choking for air: all the horrors of birth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Laini Taylor

From the ashes [...] we are arisen.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Kat Kaelin

Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been." _Mark Twain (Author)

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ocean Vuong

If you must know anything, know that the hardest task is to live only once.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Seth Adam Smith

For each of us, there comes a time when we must awaken and become what we were born to become.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Steven Erikson

Yet there was value in searing that transition into adulthood, rebirth that began with facing oneself, one's own demonic haunts that came clambering into view in grisly succession, immune to every denial. With the scars born of that transition, a warrior would come to understand the truth of imagination: that it was a weapon the mind drew at every turn, yet as deadly to its wielder as to its conjured foes. Wisdom arrived as one's skill with that weapon grew – we fight every battle with our imaginations: the battles within, the battles in the world beyond. This is the truth of command, and a warrior must learn command, of oneself and of others.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Joseph Chilton Pearce

In learning to learn again, we can learn of this wisdom and allow our children (and so ourselves) to become the free, whole individuals this good earth has prepared us to be.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dylan Randall Wong En Lai

If you take my right hand, you can start over. You will be reborn as a different character; your personality will develop along a different path. Your story will be irretrievably altered. And this time, there will be no mistakes. You will live, love, and die, blissfully unaware.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Stewart Stafford

In the ashes of bitter tragedy, lie the seeds of astonishing rebirth.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Rebirth is neither born of blood nor flesh or human origin. But born of God.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Galatea Georgiou

Anger leads to hate so i choose to isolate. I don't believe in violence, i am suffering in silence.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Kathryn Lasky

I was not born for death and yet I have died a thousand times, he thought. And now I am born again for these hard times.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sri Jibankrishna Or Diamond

What is the duty of a man? To see God and then to be transformed into God, - ‘Swena rupena abhinispadyate’ (To become transformed into Him or God ). Then what remains after that? Nothing. Whatever happens you will get within this life. You have got such rare human life, so you have to utilize it. Don’t listen to them that there are 82 millions rebirth – it is nothing but a hoax.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Suzy Kassem

I am nothing but oxygen and hydrogen, A luminous sphere of plasma Held together by helium and gravity, And like a balloon I float on earth, Waiting to be released back into the sky, Waiting to go back in the reverse Direction from which I came, Traveling through a warm tunnel of light, And out into a cold, dark abyss Where I will explode into a thousand pieces. I shall leave behind my body, Just like air abandons the skin of a shattered balloon, And the magnetic dust that carries my Heart and spirit will lift us back To congregate and shine With the stars. Home again, In the fluorescent Kingdom of the constellations, I will once again be called by My soul’s true name. And my heart, It will flicker again, With every memory from its many Lifetimes, And with every wish Made by a child. SONG OF THE STAR by Suzy Kassem Copyright 1993

By Anonym 16 Sep

Sol Luckman

I wondered about my inner child. In fact, I was troubled. Did I even have an inner child, I asked myself, given that, in essence, I’d just been born?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Vasily Grossman

The snow here hadn't thawed. Its large, rough crystals were filled with the blue of the lake-water. But on the sunny side of the hill the snow was just beginning to melt. The ditch beside the path was full of gurgling water. The glitter of the snow, the water and the ice on the puddles was quite blinding. There was so much light, it was so intense, that they seemed almost to have to force their way through it. It disturbed them and got in their way; when they stepped on the thin film of ice over the puddles, it seemed to be light that was crunching under their feet, breaking up into thin, splinter-like rays. And it was light that was flowing down the ditch beside the path; where the path was blocked by stones, the light swelled up, foaming and gurgling. The spring sun seemed to be closer to the earth than ever. The air was cool and warm at the same time.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Emanuel Swedenborg

Man, when he is re-born, passes through the ages as he who is born; and the preceding state is always as an egg in respect to the subsequent one, thus he is continually conceived and born: and this not only when he lives in the world, but also when he comes into another life to eternity: and still when he cannot be further perfected, then to be as an egg to those things which remain to be manifested, which are indefinite.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lalah Delia

She remembered who she was and the game changed.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mohsin Hamid

My father liked to wonder aloud whether the phoenix was re-created by the fire of its funeral pyre or transformed so that what emerged was a soulless shadow of its former being, identical in appearance but without the joy in life its predecessor had had. He wondered alternatively whether the fire might be purificatory, a redemptive, rejuvenating blaze that destroyed the withered shell of the old phoenix and allowed the creature’s essence to emerge stronger than it was before in a young, new body. Or, he would ask, was the fire a manifestation of entropy, slowly sapping the life-energy of the phoenix over the eons, a little death in a life that could know no beginning and no end but which could nonetheless be subject to an ever-decreasing magnitude? He asked me once if I thought the fires in our lives, the traumas, increased our fulfillment by setting up contrasts that illuminated more clearly our everyday joys; or perhaps I viewed them instead as tests that made us stronger by teaching us to endure; or did I believe, rather, that they simply amplified what we already were, in the end making the strong stronger, the weak weaker, and the dangerous deadly?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nenia Campbell

He was a phoenix of blood, rising from the ashes of those who had fallen and suffered before him.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Richard Louv

There is another possibility: not the end of nature, but the rebirth of wonder and even joy.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Thank God forgiven me of my many sins.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Hwang Sun-won

Také letos stromy, které zůstaly naživu, opět rozkvetou a obalí se listím, přemítal. Na větvích bude viset zase o pár plodů méně než vloni a ty pak spadnou a shnijí. Tak budou stromy odcházet jeden za druhým. A na jejich místě vyraší nová tráva a nové stromy.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zubair Ahsan

Old friend, I am writing to you again The infamous tale of squandered love To have my denial broken by myself To have accepted past for my behove To have grown into a man of honor To have embraced the code of chivalry To have been reborn as a bird of myth To have caught lies in nightly reverie Lost myself in this chronic transition I regret the love wasted, in-between Who knew life can just be happy or full If only the great men ere had foreseen As humbled as I have become due this I’m failing to see the point of these rhymes So old friend, do tell me what is better Death, endured once or a zillion times?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Julie Canzio

Be open to the evolution of you, as every day we are presented with the privilege to celebrate a re-birth.

By Anonym 19 Sep

David Grossman

What do people see in me on the first impression? ... Is there any imprint left from the love I knew? A rebirth mark?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Neil Gaiman

And the game begins anew.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rabindranath Tagore

The night kisses the fading day whispering to his ear, “I am death, your mother. I am to give you fresh birth.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Christine Evangelou

(Excerpt from) Everlasting: You can't touch hope But you can feel her Through the breath of angels And in the faces of those with hope etched in their eyes The ones that give you something to believe in once more Remember to cherish hope’s rays and her warmth As she rises through the fire As a phoenix reborn For hope springs eternal Like the shape of the rising sun And the pools of cascading gold From heavens-high As a new dawn wakes to come

By Anonym 16 Sep

Clyde Desouza

Every time you think of your dad, you’re resurrecting him. Why shouldn’t he continue to live in this world while resting in the other?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Salman Rushdie

He had been reborn into the knowledge of death; and the inescapability of change, of things-never-the-same, of no-way-back, made him afraid. When you lose the past you're naked in front of contemptuous Azraeel, the death-angel. Hold on if you can, he told himself. Cling to yesterdays. Leave your nail-marks in the grey slope as you slide.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Marty Rubin

Trust opens the door that pain had sealed shut.