Best 22 of Idol quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 20 Sep

Harper Lee

You confused your father with God. You never saw him as a man with a man’s heart, and a man’s failings – I’ll grant you it may have been hard to see, he makes so few mistakes, but he makes ’em like all of us. You were an emotional cripple, leaning on him, getting answers from him, assuming that your answers would always be his answers.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Flaubert Gustave

A los ídolos es mejor no tocarlos porque algo de la pintura dorada que los recubría se nos queda siempre entre las manos

By Anonym 20 Sep

Brandon Sanderson

You don't really get to choose. We worship you, and that makes you our God.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Henry De Vere Stacpoole

The moon rose up that evening and shot her silver arrows at the house under the artu tree. The house was empty. Then the moon came across the sea and across the reef. She lit the lagoon to it's dark, dim heart. She lit the coral brains and sand spaces, and the fish casting their shadows on the sand and the coral. The keeper of the lagoon rose to greet her, and the fin of him broke her reflection on the mirror-like surface into a thousand glittering ripples. She saw the white staring ribs of the form on the reef. Then, peeping over the trees, she looked down into the valley, where the great stone idol had kept it's solitary vigil for five thousand years, perhaps, and more. At this base, in his shadow, looking as if under his protection, lay two human beings, naked, clasped in each other's arms and fast asleep. One could scarcely pity his vigil, had it been marked sometimes through the years by such an incident as this. The thing had been conducted just as the birds conduct their love affairs. An affair absolutely natural, absolutely blameless and without sin. A marriage according to Nature, without feasts or guests, consummated with accidental cynicism under the shadow of a religion a thousand years dead.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

When people believe that what you believe is what they believe, they turn you into a belief.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Anthony Liccione

Money makes a monster of a man, that makes money his master.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Laura Gentile

By the time he painted Estefania's features, her appearance had already been hag-ridden and struck by sheer madness and delusion. But he still did what so many other male painters did before him; he created an idol.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nicole Williams

Everyone was going crazy, like they’d just witnessed the birth of Jesus and the invention of electricity at the same time. Jude was a rock star, their savior, and they were paying him homage.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sri Jibankrishna Or Diamond

Upanishads have said against idol worship. Even Koran was against idol worship. What is the flaw of idol worshiping? Those, who worship idols do not have this knowledge that God is within this body. If you say anything to them, they will be agitated.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Kara Park Gyuri

Number 1. If I say we're number 5, people will just feel sorry for us. I'd rather say we're number 1, even if fans criticize us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jim George

If you make anything a higher priority than God, you are worshiping it and not God.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ljupka Cvetanova

I give away examples!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Muhammad Imran Hasan

One Crack On A Mirror Can Ruin The Beauty of It But Most Importantly, It Ruins The Reflection of The Individual, By Making It Twisted, Zigzag And Ugly. Character Is Like A Mirror. So Build Your Character In Such A Way That It Reflects All The Good In Others Who Follows You Or Treat You As An Idol....

By Anonym 20 Sep

Dada Bhagwan

Whose vow can you abide by? You can take a vow of an idol, because an idol has no ownership. You can abide by a vow of a living being, provided he is not the owner of his body, however if he is the owner of his body, you cannot take his vow, because one day he will make you stumble.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Trevor D. Richardson

Their Bibles had become an idol before God. That the cross, as a symbol, was an idol, even their own self-image was an idol before God.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Eden Phillpotts

To make the State your god is to worship an idol, for the State is a man-made creation arising naturally out of tribal communion; but the soul, if such there be, is a god-made miracle and above all national or patriotic standards – the supreme and eternal reality.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Awdhesh Singh

Ideals are good to give direction to our lives. However, when ideals become an end in themselves, they become a problem rather than the solution. The ideal worship has caused as much destruction to the world as the idol worship.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jewel

Being idolized and being torn down felt oddly similar. They both made me feel alone. Friendship and trust should be earned, and when you're famous, people seem to want to give them to you whether you've earned them or not, and it felt dishonest to me. Fame was not real. It was all a projection—fame made me a blank canvas that people projected their love, lust, troubles, self-worth, and desire upon. Fame and power do not change us, they amplify us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ljupka Cvetanova

I don't have an idol. I don't like imitations.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Trevor D. Richardson

When did a free country start to mean free enterprise? Who sold Democracy out for a golden calf we got to idolize?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Michael Bassey Johnson

Every great man is an idol, an oracle of inquiry. Don't aspire to know the former, but aspire to know the diety in his soul.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Shravasti Dhammika

Question: But I have heard people say that Buddhists worship idols. Answer: Such statements only reflect the misunderstanding of the persons who make them. The dictionary defines an idol as ‘an image or statue worshiped as a god.’ As we have seen, Buddhists do not believe that the Buddha was a god, so how could they possibly believe that a piece of wood or metal is a god? All religions use symbols to represent their various beliefs. In Taoism, the ying-yang diagram is used to sym-bolize the harmony between opposites. In Sikhism, the sword is used to symbolize spiritual struggle. In Christianity, the fish is used to symbolize Christ’s presence and a cross to represent his sacrifice. In Buddhism, the statue of the Buddha reminds us of the human dimension in Buddhist teaching, the fact that Buddhism is human-centered rather than god-centered, that we must look within, not without to find perfection and understanding.