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Ecofeminism Books Quotes By David Dinkins

In 1975 I was among a group of blacks who formed the Black Americans in Support of Israel Committee. — David Dinkins

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Gian Kumar

Knowing the self is the biggest truth. If we find the truth within, we have found God. — Gian Kumar

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Yukako Kabei

I'll try just putting one foot in front of the other, and walk a step at a time without rushing. So I can burn the path into my memory while I can still see it. So that when all this is over, I can find my way back. Because I intend to come back. Hopefully with all of us together. — Yukako Kabei

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Peter S. Beagle

You don't have to believe in Hell. All you need is to hear someone who really does, who believes in it this minute, today, the way people believe in 1685 - all you have to do is see his face, his voice when he says the word ... and than you know that anyone who can imagine Hell has the power to make it real for other people. — Peter S. Beagle

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Ryan Holiday

we cannot be humble except by enduring humiliations." How — Ryan Holiday

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By N.N. Porchezhiyan

Being yourself is the ticket to a successful life. — N.N. Porchezhiyan

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Donald Trump

It's a great thing when you can show that you've been successful and that you've made a lot of money and that you've employed a lot of people. — Donald Trump

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By L.M. Montgomery

I know that in everybody's life must come days of depression and discouragement when all things in life seem to lose savour. The sunniest day has its clouds;but one must not forget the sun is there all the time. — L.M. Montgomery

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Ken Follett

We have never made a gain, in civil rights, without pressure, — Ken Follett

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Michael Pollan

What is most troubling, and sad, about industrial eating is how thoroughly it obscures all these relationships and connections. To go from the chicken (Gallus gallus) to the Chicken McNugget is to leave this world in a journey of forgetting that could hardly be more costly, not only in terms of the animal's pain but in our pleasure, too. But forgetting, or not knowing in the first place, is what the industrial food chain is all about, the principal reason it is so opaque, for if we could see what lies on the far side of the increasingly high walls of our industrial agriculture, we would surely change the way we eat. — Michael Pollan

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By C.S. Lewis

They were walking beside the stream and the Lion went before them: and he became so beautiful, and the music so despairing, that Jill did not know which of them it was that filled her eyes with tears.
Then Aslan stopped, and the children looked into the stream. And there, on the golden gravel of the bed of the stream, lay King Caspian, dead, with the water flowing over him like liquid glass. His long white beard swayed in it like water-weed. And all three stood and wept. Even the Lion wept: great lion-tears, each tear more precious than the Earth would be if it was a single solid diamond. — C.S. Lewis

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Will Self

We're like coke heads or chronic masturbators, aren't we? Attempting to crank the last iota of abandonment out of an instrinsically empty and mechanical experience. We push the plunger home, we abrade the clitoris, we yank the penis and we feel nothing. Not exactly nothing, worse than nothing, we feel a flicker or a prickle, the sensual equivalent of a retinal after-image. That's our fun now, not fun itself, only a tired allusion to it. Nevertheless, we feel certain that if we can allude to fun one more time, make a firm statement about it, it will return like the birds after winter. — Will Self

Ecofeminism Books Quotes By Sunday Adelaja

If the churches, mosques and other religious centres could come together to embrace a nation's value system, and then set out to disciple the nation in these values and virtues, then the greatness of such a nation is inevitable. — Sunday Adelaja