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    The seed we bury in soil, Flourish, even after we die.

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    The soil, it appears, is suited to the seed, for it has sent its radicle downward, and it may now send its shoot upward also with confidence. Why has man rooted himself thus firmly in the earth, but that he may rise in the same proportion into the heavens above?

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    To see the light of the world is to be the baobab trees, to watch our own leaves seasoned in quarters of a million years only to become gold to the unknown soil, a threat to the sky

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    This plant represents what's happening inside of you. The world, like the soil, is cold and dark—layered with a history of destruction and death. You were planted in this world to rise above it. Do you not see? The very existence of this darkness gives you the opportunity to become a light to the world.

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    Two things I ask of my God today. That my faith be hoisted high like a kite up in the sky and my fear be buried deeply like a carcass into the soil.

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    Whatever happens when the seed meets the soil, the same thing happens when you meet the wisdom!

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    What was real, he knew now, was the soil beneath a man's feet. The earth, the natural world, from which could be derived every necessity. and on which were preserved the imprints of every man, woman, and child that had ever lived.

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    When the productive lands lose their essence, our productive lives shall least have essence!

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    You can always be better than your master but you can never change the fact that you were his student and he was your master! The seed must always respect for his soil!

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    The soul knows full well (even though it pretends to forget many times) that it must render account to the paternal soil. I do not say "fatherland", I say "paternal soil". The paternal soil is something deeper, more modest, more reserved, and is composed of age-old pulverized bones.

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    V jediné hrsti lesní půdy je víc živých bytostí než lidí na naší planetě. Jedna plná čajová lžička pojme víc než kilometr houbových vláken.

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    What dreams lie dormant hidden in the womb of your soul, quietly waiting, incubating seeking opportunity to come forth? Like the female cycle that comes every 28 days, over and over again, dreams come to rest in the soil of your mind. They compel you. They disturb you. They haunt you with visions of possibility. They prompt you to walk restlessly through life knowing that you may someday stop, listen and decide to nourish them with faith and action. Yield to the silent urging. Listen. Hear. Receive. Let the dream speak. For it will burst forth from the womb of your spirit. It frees into existence something that lives, brooding in the corner your mind. Hold the seed. Grow the seed. Birth the seed. And life will begin anew.

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    Wind and breeze are separated today Crimson twilight denies to fade away Grass blades turn brown to match the soil We pretend to smile at every turmoil

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    Aborigines, n.: Persons of little worth found cumbering the soil of a newly discovered country. They soon cease to cumber; they fertilize.

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    A limited state with free economic systems is the soil where the liberty tree blossoms.

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    All economic activity is dependent upon that environment and its underlying resource base of forests, water, air, soil, and minerals. When the environment is finally forced to file for bankruptcy because its resource base has been polluted, degraded, dissipated, and irretrievably compromised, the economy goes into bankruptcy with it.

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    As soils are depleted, human health, vitality and intelligence go with them.

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    And where was happiness if it sprung not from the soil? Where contentment if it dwelt not near to Nature?

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    As the quality of water changes with the nature of the soil;So will a man's reason vary with the quality of his friends.

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    At either end of any food chain you find a biological system-a patch of soil, a human body-and the health of one is connected-literally-to the health of the other.

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    Bacteria and parasites cannot cause disease processes unless they find their own peculiar morbid soil in which to grow and multiply.

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    But the truth of the matter is, we're an open society, we want to remain an open society, and there will continue to be vulnerability. That's why we have to meet the threats when they are not yet taking place on our territory and on our soil.

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    A new culture can only grow up in the soil of a purged humanity.

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    As soon as I put my foot on Indian soil, my painting underwent a change not only in subject and spirit but in technique.

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    A woman's love, like lichens upon a rock, will still grow where even charity can find no soil to nurture itself.

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    Books are like seeds. They can lie dormant for centuries and then flower in the most unpromising soil.

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    But the nomads were the terror of all those whom the soil or the advantages of the market had induced to build towns. Agriculture therefore was a religious injunction, because of the perils of the state from nomadism.

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    By avarice and selfishness, and a groveling habit, from which none of us is free, of regarding the soil as property, or the means of acquiring property chiefly, the landscape is deformed, husbandry is degraded with us, and the farmer leads the meanest of lives. He knows Nature but as a robber.

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    Capitalist production, therefore, develops technology, and the combining together of various processes into a social whole, only by sapping the original sources of all wealth - the soil and the labourer.

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    Democracy, material wealth, and universal education are the soil upon which modernism exists.

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    Consequently the student who is devoid of talent will derive no more profit from this work than barren soil from a treatise on agriculture.

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    Dogmatism spreads its roots in the fertile soil of uncertainty.

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    Each of us, even the lowliest and most insignificant among us, was uprooted from his innermost existence by the almost constant volcanic upheavals visited upon our European soil and, as one of countless human beings, I can't claim any special place for myself except that, as an Austrian, a Jew, writer, humanist and pacifist, I have always been precisely in those places where the effects of the thrusts were most violent.

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    Ere long the most valuable of all arts will be the art of deriving a comfortable subsistence from the smallest area of soil. No community where every member possesses the art can ever be the victim of oppression in any of its forms.

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    Each soil has had its own history. Like a river, a mountain, a forest, or any natural thing, its present condition is due to the influences of many things and events of the past.

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    Essentially, all life depends upon the soil

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    Europeans are familiar with terrorism and violence. We have not experienced a true conflict on our soil in a hundred years, and especially not one that involved 3,000 dead.

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    Every good thing in the Christian life grows in the soil of humility. Without humility, every virtue and every grace withers. That’s why Calvin said humility is first, second, and third in the Christian faith.

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    Even the richest soil, if left uncultivated will produce the rankest weeds.

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    Error tills its own barren soil and buries itself in the ground, since ground and dust stand for nothingness.

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    For just experience tells, in every soil, That those that think must govern those that toil.

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    Every poet knows the pun is Pierian, that it springs from the same soil as the Muse?a matching and shifting of vowels and consonants, an adroit assonance sometimes derided as jackassonance.

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    For mine is the old belief... There is a soil in every leaf.

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    Everywhere the fatal spirit of imitation, of reference to European standards, penetrates and threatens to blight whatever of original growth might adorn the soil.

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    Gratitude is a soil on which joy thrives.

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    Here and there are worms, evidence of the fertility of the soil, caught by the sun, half dead; flexible and pink, like lips.

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    God will never plant the seed of his life upon the soil of a hard, unbroken spirit. He will only plant that seed where the conviction of his spirit has brought brokenness, where the soil has been watered with the tears of repentance as well as the tears of joy.

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    How can I stand on the ground every day and not feel its power? How can I live my life stepping on this stuff and not wonder at it?

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    History seldom destroys that which does not deserve to die; and the burning of the tares makes for the next sowing a richer soil.

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    Human nature exists and operates in an environment. And it is not 'in' that environment as coins are in a box, but as a plant is in the sunlight and soil.

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