Best 1 218 of Meaning quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 17 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

Not only do we become what we think about most, but the world also becomes what we most think about. Those who think that the world is a dark hellish place are blind to the Light that could illuminate their lives. Those who walk the world in Spiritual Light view the darkest of shadows merely as places where the Light has not been fully realized YET.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Mary Kate

Without Scripture, our words would be without meaning!

By Anonym 18 Sep

Deyth Banger

That I talk about that doesn't mean anything, that my name is like this doesn't mean anything... that I watch this and listen to this doesn't mean anything - Meaning of All By DeYth Banger

By Anonym 16 Sep

Van Gogh On

I have tried to express the idea that the café is a place where one can ruin oneself, go mad, or commit a crime.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Debasish Mridha

A philosopher is a lover and searcher of truth, beauty, meaning, and wisdom.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steven Redhead

The true meaning and purpose of life is to give some meaning and purpose to your life.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Most social media users sometimes like statements they do not understand.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

Consistent kindness is the most powerful form of strength.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jared Brock

There is a season for everything under the sun—even when we can’t see the sun.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Will Durant

If you do not want to commit suicide always have something to do." -Voltaire

By Anonym 18 Sep

Evan Thompson

Something acquires meaning for an organism to the extent that it relates (either positively or negatively) to the norm of the maintenance of the organism's integrity.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Donna Tartt

You could study the connections for years and never work it out-it was all about things coming together,things falling apart,time warp, my mother standing out in front of the museum when time flickered and the light went funny, uncertainties hovering on the edge of a vast brightness. the stray chance that might, or might not, change everything.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Elizabeth Bowen

She was in that flagging mood when to go on living seems only to load more unmeaning moments on to your memory.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Pfister

Meaning beginns in the words, in the action, continues in your head and ends nowhere. There is no end to meaning. Meaning which is resolved, parcelled, labelled and ready for export is dead, impartient — and meaningless.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zach Weihrauch

Before the beginning of the world, the triune God existed as Father, Son, and Spirit -- existing as three persons, yet one essence. Before there was an earth, before there was a cosmos, before there was anything, there was the triune God existing in this circular relationship between each person of the Godhead. He is perfectly happy, perfectly content, and perfectly together. When God creates, what is the purpose of creation? What is the purpose of making people? Why is God speaking with them and walking in the garden with them? He is increasing the circle. This is how God made the world; he enlarged the circle. Adam and Eve were in paradise because they were in the circle of God's love.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Raymond Radiguet

What distresses us is not loosing life, but losing what gives it meaning.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Oscar Wilde

I like hearing myself talk. It is one of my greatest pleasures. I often have long conversations all by myself, and I am so clever that sometimes I don't understand a single word of what I am saying.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tim Winton

It's the pointless things that give your life meaning. Friendship, Compassion, Art, Love. All of them are pointless. But, they're what keeps life from being meaningless.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Criss Jami

No man voluntarily expresses his opinion without some intent to make a difference, and even if he does, he shouldn't.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Patrick Rothfuss

Mit Worten über Worte sprechen zu wollen, das ist, als würde man versuchen, mit einem Bleistift eben diesen Bleistift zu zeichnen, und zwar auf dem Bleistift sebst. Unmöglich. Verwirrend. Frustrierend.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Roger Ebert

To my knowledge, no one in or out of the field has ever been able to cite a game worthy of comparison with the great dramatists, poets, filmmakers, novelists and composers. That a game can aspire to artistic importance as a visual experience, I accept. But for most gamers, video games represent a loss of those precious hours we have available to make ourselves more cultured, civilized and empathetic.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Derek Raymond

...perhaps, when it got utterly dark, the peace of the darkness would become the same as light so that my last experience would become as mysterious and musical as my first, so that in my last darkness there might not be the same need of understanding anything so far away as the world anymore.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Jane Hirshfield

The work of existence devours its own unfolding. What dissolves will dissolve-- you, reader, and I, and all our quick angers and longings.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Oli Anderson

I decided to give up meaningless sex, but then I remembered that everything is meaningless.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Rebecca Rosen

The key to living a purposeful life lies in identifying how best you can be a vehicle for God's divine love and light.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Yuval Noah Harari

If we cannot leave something tangible behind – such as a gene or a poem – perhaps it is enough if we just make the world a little better? You can help somebody, and that somebody will subsequently help somebody else, and you thereby contribute to the overall improvement of the world, and constitute a small link in the great chain of kindness. Maybe you serve as a mentor for a difficult but brilliant child, who goes on to be a doctor who saves the lives of hundreds? Maybe you help an old lady cross the street, and brighten up an hour of her life? Though it has its merits, the great chain of kindness is a bit like the great chain of turtles – it is far from clear where its meaning comes from. A wise old man was asked what he learned about the meaning of life. ‘Well,’ he answered, ‘I have learned that I am here on earth in order to help other people. What I still haven’t figured out is why the other people are here.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steven Redhead

Finding meaning in the moment is what gives those meanings a value worth remembering.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Iris Murdoch

Art and psychoanalysis give shape and meaning to life and that is why we adore them, but life as it is lived has no shape and meaning, and that is what I am experiencing just now.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Morris R. Gates

I have spent so many nights out under the stars Euphoria running through my veins and alcohol coursing through my blood My mind would race along with my heart My vision drawn to the stars and all the possibilities of what is out there Suddenly the world and all its problems seems so infinitesimal My mind leaves this plane And a smile is drawn across my face I know this isn’t reality, but I absorb it with all my being I find it better to be lost out here then found in my real life Amongst the stars now I can live And it’s beautiful For the moments it lasts, it’s beautiful Its heaven on earth

By Anonym 18 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

People who study psychology are invariably the ones who need the most work. I teach best that which I'm most in need of mastering.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Hanya Yanagihara

I know my life's meaningful because" - and here he stopped, and looked shy, and was silent for a moment before he continued - " because I'm a good friend. I love my friends, and I care about them, and I think I make them happy.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Diego Rivera

I spent the two and one-half months between my meeting with the Art Commission and the beginning of my actual mural work in soaking up impressions of the productive activities of the city. I studied industrial scenes by night as well as by day, making literally thousands of sketches of towering blast furnaces, serpentine conveyor belts, impressive scientific laboratories, busy assembling rooms; also of precision instruments, some of them massive yet delicate; and of the men who worked them all. I walked for miles through the immense workshops of the Ford, Chrysler, Edison, Michigan Alkali, and Parke-Davis plants. I was afire with enthusiasm. My childhood passion for mechanical toys had been transmuted to a delight in machinery for its own sake and for its meaning to man -- his self-fulfillment and liberation from drudgery and poverty. That is why now I placed the collective hero, man-and-machine, higher than the old traditional heroes of art and legend. I felt that in the society of the future as already, to some extent, that of the present, man-and-machine would be as important as air, water, and the light of the sun. This was the "philosophy," the state of mind in which I undertook my Detroit frescoes.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Julian Huxley

But if God and immortality be repudiated, what is left? That is the question usually thrown at the atheist's head. The orthodox believer likes to think that nothing is left. That, however, is because he has only been accustomed to think in terms of his orthodoxy. In point of fact, a great deal is left. That is immediately obvious from the fact that many men and women have led active, or self-sacrificing, or noble, or devoted lives without any belief in God or immortality. Buddhism in its uncorrupted form has no such belief; nor did the great nineteenth-century agnostics; nor do the orthodox Russian Communists; nor did the Stoics. Of course, the unbelievers have often been guilty of selfish or wicked actions; but so have the believers. And in any case that is not the fundamental point. The point: is that without these beliefs men and women may yet possess the mainspring of full and purposive living, and just as strong a sense that existence can be worth while as is possible to the most devout believers.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

In the darkest of places, even the slightest glimmer of Light shines as the Sun.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Marty Rubin

Age means nothing. There are the living and the dead, that's all.

By Anonym 19 Sep

James Castleton

Thoroughly selfish individuals can be entirely happy. They will be unlikely to find life very meaningful. To such individuals, meaning often seems accidental, coincidental, or tangential … The reason this is so is that selfish people will find life meaningful only when they are not themselves; when they forget their selfish desires and act in a manner more consistent with agape (selfless love). Meaning seems accidental, coincidental or tangential to their lives because, by and large, selflessness is accidental, coincidental and tangential to their lives. There is nothing unpredictable about meaning, only the presence of selflessness in the life of a selfish person.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Tom Mcneal

Well, it is true. Sometimes avoiding something can give it more and more meaning rather than less and less.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael W. Smith

I think we can safely say that you'll never find joy in making yourself into something God didn't intend. You will find joy only in being all he wants you to be. The apostle Paul gives us the key in Romans 8:28: "And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God *and are called according to his purpose for them*" (NLT; emphasis added). God has a purpose for you, and he calls you to it. If you don't hear that call, the way to receive the blessing it promises is to clear from your mind the clutter of your own desires. Then pray, counsel, and listen until God's will becomes clear.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

My greatest Spiritual growth has NEVER occurred while I was comfortable and safe. It is the difficult that builds my Soul.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Oliver Sacks

To live on a day-to-day basis is insufficient for human beings; we need to transcend, transport, escape; we need meaning, understanding, and explanation; we need to see over-all patterns in our lives. We need hope, the sense of a future. And we need freedom (or, at least, the illusion of freedom) to get beyond ourselves, whether with telescopes and microscopes and our ever-burgeoning technology, or in states of mind that allow us to travel to other worlds, to rise above our immediate surroundings. We may seek, too, a relaxing of inhibitions that makes it easier to bond with each other, or transports that make our consciousness of time and mortality easier to bear. We seek a holiday from our inner and outer restrictions, a more intense sense of the here and now, the beauty and value of the world we live in.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Julian Barnes

Arthur was frequently baffled by the complacency with which people went on with what they insouciantly called their lives, as if both the word and the thing made perfect sense to them.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Suzy Kassem

We cannot control the way people interpret our ideas or thoughts, but we can control the words and tones we choose to convey them. Peace is built on understanding, and wars are built on misunderstandings. Never underestimate the power of a single word, and never recklessly throw around words. One wrong word, or misinterpreted word, can change the meaning of an entire sentence and start a war. And one right word, or one kind word, can grant you the heavens and open doors.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Gwendolyn Brooks

When you read a poem, you may not get out of it all that the poet put into it, but you are different from the poet. You’re different from everybody else who is going to read the poem, so you should take from it what you need. Use it personally.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Gerard Hughes

A mark of true Christianity will be its intellectual vigour and its search for meaning in every aspect of life. True Christianity will always be critical, questioning and continually developing in its understanding of God and of human life. The subject matter for religion is every human experience. In Christian understanding, God is immanent, that is, God is present in all things, and creation itself is a sign, and an effective sign, of God’s presence - a sacrament. That is why there has been such an emphasis on scholarship and learning in the Christian tradition. Faith, as St Anselm wrote, ‘seeks understanding’, for it is the nature of true faith to trust that God is at work in everything and that there is no question which falls outside the scope of religious inquiry. When faith in God weakens, the critical element will also weaken, and there will be more warning against false doctrines than encouragement to develop our understanding. If the critical element is not fostered, Christians will remain infantile in their religious belief and practice, which will have little or no relation to everyday life and behaviour.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ryan Rider

To have a meaning to life, You must create your own, Otherwise, There is none.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Madeleine Thien

In English, consciousness and unconsciousness are part of a vertical plane, so that we wake up ↑ and we fall ↓ asleep and we sink ↓ into a coma. Chinese uses the horizontal line, so that to wake is to cross a border towards consciousness → and to faint is to go back ← . Meanwhile, time itself is vertical so that last year is “the year above” ↑ and next year is “the year below” ↓. The day before yesterday is the day “in front” ↑ and the day after tomorrow is the day “behind” ↓. This means that future generations are not the generations ahead, but the ones behind. Therefore, to look into the future one must turn around...

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. S. Eliot

A poesia de um povo deriva sua vida da fala do povo e, por sua vez, dá-lhe uma vida; e representa o seu ponto mais elevado de consciência, o seu maior poder e a sua mais delicada sensibilidade.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Raymond D. Longoria Jr.

The mere act of wanting is to say: God... What you have given me is not enough, I know better than you what I need, God... I do not trust you. That is why the following formula is the only way to Peace and Joy: “Expecting nothing + Appreciating everything = unshakable Peace and Joy” Want is the source of ALL suffering.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Morris R. Gates

How many infinite lives have been lived since man first had consciousness or awareness of his soul? And how many of those souls have stared up at the stars in wonder; pondered the meaning of their existence, the meaning of life, the thoughts of their ancestors, dreamed of the futures of his offspring and the purpose of all that is man? How long will we wander before the truth is found?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Susan Waterfield

Really good writing has purpose and that purpose should be to shape other minds to desire truth and a more noble purpose in life and to become more thoughtful and knowledgable about important things like being kind and loving towards all living beings on our planet and not just humans but all animals.