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Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The weather-cock on the church spire, though made of iron, would soon be broken by the storm-wind if it did not understand the noble art of turning to every wind. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Only for you, children of doctrine and learning, have we written this work. Examine this book, ponder the meaning we have dispersed in various places and gathered again; what we have concealed in one place we have disclosed in another, that it may be understood by your wisdom. — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Laughter is wholesome. God is not so dull as some people make out. Did not He make the kitten to chase its tail. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Boll

For me, at least, much of the German I see and hear sounds stranger than Swedish, a language of which I unfortunately understand very little. — Heinrich Boll

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Wherever people burn books, there, finally, they will also burn people. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Robert Zimmer

Via Joseph Campbell: My friend Heinrich Zimmer of years ago used to say, "The best things can't be told," because they transcend thought. "The second best are misunderstood," because those are the thoughts that are supposed to refer to that which can't be thought about, and one gets stuck in the thoughts."The third best are what we talk about. — Heinrich Robert Zimmer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Hertz

In my work I now have the comfortable feeling that I am so to speak on my own ground and territory and almost certainly not competing in an anxious race and that I shall not suddenly read in the literature that someone else had done it all long ago. It is really at this point that the pleasure of research begins, when one is, so to speak, alone with nature and no longer worries about human opinions, views and demands. To put it in a way that is more learned than clear: the philological aspect drops out and only the philosophical remains. — Heinrich Hertz

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Himmler

Perfectly clear, it's part of our plans, we're eliminating the Jews, exterminating them. Ha! A small matter. — Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Rohrer

The coming nanometer age can, therefore, also be called the age of interdisciplinarity. — Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Wild, dark times are rumbling toward us, and the prophet who wishes to write a new apocalypse will have to invent entirely new beasts, and beasts so terrible that the ancient animal symbols of St. John will seem like cooing doves and cupids in comparison. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Joseph Smith Jr.

Painting by Heinrich Hofmann The Prophet Joseph Smith — Joseph Smith Jr.

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

In vain would I seek to discover Why sad and mournful am I, My thoughts without ceasing brood over A tale of the time gone by. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Christ rode on an ass, but now asses ride on Christ. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Himmler

Gun Control: The theory that a woman found dead in an alley, raped and strangled with her panty hose, is somehow morally superior to a woman explaining to police how her attacker got that fatal bullet wound. God may have made men and women, but Colt made them equal. Anon totalitarian regimes and genocides can't happen without gun control Ordinary citizens don't need guns, as their having guns doesn't serve the State. — Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Rohrer

Scientific fraud, plagiarism, and ghost writing are increasingly being reported in the news media, creating the impression that misconduct has become a widespread and omnipresent evil in scientific research. — Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Harrer

Wherever I live, I shall feel homesick for Tibet. I often think I can still hear the cries of wild geese and cranes and the beating of their wings as they fly over Lhasa in the clear, cold moonlight. My heartfelt wish is that my story may create some understanding for a people whose will to live in peace and freedom has won so little sympathy from an indifferent world. — Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Magic is a faculty of wonderful virtue, full of most high mysteries, containing the most profound contemplation of most secret things, together with the nature, power, quality, substance and virtues thereof, as also the knowledge of whole Nature, and it doth instruct us concerning the differing and agreement of things amongst themselves, whence it produceth its wonderful effects, by uniting the virtues of things through the application of them one to the other. — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

We should forgive our enemies, but not before they are hanged — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Boll

The Nazi period could have happened only in Germany because the German education of obedience to any law and order was the main problem. — Heinrich Boll

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Don't send a poet to London. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The Bible is the great family chronicle of the Jews. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The more i get to know people, the more i like dogs. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Harrer

Yes, we had made and excursion into another world and we had come back, but we had brought the joy of life and of humanity back with us. In the rush and whirl of everyday things, we so often live alongside one another without making any mutual contact. We had learned on the North Fae of the Eiger that men are good, and the earth on which we were born is good."(p.126) — Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Quotes By Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi

To lay aside all prejudices, is to lay aside all principles. He who is destitute of principles is governed by whims. — Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Where books are burned in the end people will be burned too. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

And yonder sits a maiden, The fairest of the fair, With gold in her garment glittering, And she combs her golden hair. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Literary history is the great morgue where all seek the dead ones whom they love, or to whom they are related. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Harrer

Fear ... the right and necessary counterweights to that courage which urges men skyward, and protects them from self-destruction — Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The stones here speak to me, and I know their mute language. Also, they seem deeply to feel what I think. So a broken column of the old Roman times, an old tower of Lombardy, a weather-beaten Gothic piece of a pillar understands me well. But I am a ruin myself, wandering among ruins. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

With his nightcaps and the tatters of his dressing-gown he patches up the gaps in the structure of the universe. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Himmler

The only thing that matters is that we stand firm. — Heinrich Himmler

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Photography is a witness against the mistaken opinion that art is an imitation of nature. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Bullinger

Lastly, they must be men of honest report, whose life and sound conversation are by their deeds perfectly tried and sufficiently witnessed of unto the people: and finally, they must be such as bear authority, and not be despised as rascal and vile knaves. — Heinrich Bullinger

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Nothing is concealed from the wise and sensible, while the unbelieving and unworthy cannot learn the secrets. — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Harrer

All our dreams begin in youth. — Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Out of my own great woe I make my little songs. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Robert Zimmer

With the compelling convincingness of dreams, which are vague yet exact, the ghost voice draws us (to ourselves and all of our component selves), lifts them casually out of the well of the past
the well wherein nothing is lost, the deep well of forgetfulness, and remembrance
and tosses them mockingly on the glassy table surface of our consciousness. There we are forced to consider them. There we are forced to regard, analyze, and re-understand. — Heinrich Robert Zimmer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

At first I was almost about to despair, I thought I never could bear it - but I did I bear it. The question remains: how? — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Zschokke

The laws of nature are ... thoughts of God — Heinrich Zschokke

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Von Kleist

In M
, an important town in northern Italy, the widowed Marquise of O
, a lady of unblemished reputation and the mother of several well-brought-up children, inserted the following announcement in the newspapers: that she had, without knowledge of the cause, come to find herself in a certain situation; that she would like the father of the child she was expecting to disclose his identity to her; that she was resolved, out of consideration to her family, to marry him. — Heinrich Von Kleist

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Harrer

We have a saying in Tibet: If a problem can be solved there is no use worrying about it. If it can't be solved, worrying will do no good. — Heinrich Harrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

But oh! the Latin!-Madame, you can really have no idea of what a mess it is. The Romans would never have found time to conquer the world if they had been obliged first to learn Latin. Lucky dogs! they already knew in their cradles the nouns ending in im. I on the contrary had to learn it by heart, in the sweat of my brow ... — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Rohrer

The new generation of researchers must be given the skills and values - not just scientific ideals, but also awareness of human weaknesses - that will enable it to correct its forebears' mistakes. — Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Quotes By Friedrich Heinrich Karl De La Motte Fouque

Her name was Hildegardis, and she was acknowledged far and wide as the fairest of maidens. — Friedrich Heinrich Karl De La Motte Fouque

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The music at a wedding procession always reminds me of the music of soldiers going into battle. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Muller

You are a very interesting case, General. Do you know what fat file of evidence we have against you here? — Heinrich Muller

Heinrich Quotes By Martin Heinrich

I am, by nature, an optimist. — Martin Heinrich

Heinrich Quotes By Terry Pratchett

Heinrich had a reputation locally for cunning, but Ankh-Morpork had overtaken cunning a thousand years ago, had sped past devious, had left artful far behind, and had now, by a roundabout route, arrived at straightforward. — Terry Pratchett

Heinrich Quotes By Niall Ferguson

As masters of the bond market, the Rothschilds were already more feared than loved. Reactionaries on the Right lamented the rise of a new form of wealth, higher-yielding and more liquid than the landed estates of Europe's aristocratic elites. As Heinrich Heine discerned, there was something profoundly revolutionary about the financial system the Rothschilds were creating: — Niall Ferguson

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Where they burn books they will in the end burn people too — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Our souls must become expanded by the contemplation of Nature's grandeur, before we can fully comprehend the greatness of man. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Kramer

But devils are subservient to certain influences of the stars, because magicians observe the course of certain stars in order to evoke the devils. — Heinrich Kramer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Von Kleist

The kiss and the bite are such close cousins that in the heat of love they are too readily confounded — Heinrich Von Kleist

Heinrich Quotes By Bernd Heinrich

Barry L. Jacobs and colleagues from the neuroscience program at Princeton University showed that when mice ran every day on an exercise wheel, they developed more brain cells and they learned faster than sedentary controls. I believe in mice. — Bernd Heinrich

Heinrich Quotes By Richard Groller

Heinrich shrugged as he usually did, with only his mouth. — Richard Groller

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Every age thinks its battle the most important of all. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Richard J. Evans

Heinrich Himmler declared: 'Whether 10,000 Russian women collapse with exhaustion in the construction of an anti-tank ditch for Germany only interests me insofar as the ditch gets dug for Germany. — Richard J. Evans

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Twelve Dancings are dancing, and taking no rest, And closely their hands together are press'd; And soon as a dance has come to a close, Another begins, and each merrily goes. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Johann Heinrich Lambert

Proofs of the Euclidean [parallel] postulate can be developed to such an extent that apparently a mere trifle remains. But a careful analysis shows that in this seeming trifle lies the crux of the matter; usually it contains either the proposition that is being proved or a postulate equivalent to it. — Johann Heinrich Lambert

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Perfumes are the feelings of flowers. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

If thou lookest on the lime-leaf, Thou a heart's form will discover; Therefore are the lindens ever Chosen seats of each fond lover. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Every Alchymist is a Physician or a Sope-boyler. — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

While we are indifferent to our good qualities, we keep on deceiving ourselves in regard to our faults, until we come to look on them as virtues. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Boll

Literature has its own life, even in a dictatorship like the Soviet Union. — Heinrich Boll

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Schliemann

Talent means energy and persistence and nothing more! — Heinrich Schliemann

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Sweet May lies fresh before us, To life the young flowers leap, And through the Heaven's blue o'er us The rosy cloudlets sweep. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Das war ein vorspeil nur; That was only a prelude; dort wo man Buecher verbrennt, Where one burns books, vebrennt man auch am Ende One will also burn people Menchen. Eventually. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

A lonely fir-tree is standing On a northern barren height; It sleeps, and the ice and snow-drift Cast round it a garment of white. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Robert A. Heinlein

Harshaw held that certain feet were made for stepping on, in order to improve the breed, promote the general welfare, and minimize the ancient insolence of office; he had seen at once that Heinrich had such feet. — Robert A. Heinlein

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

In dark ages people are best guided by religion, as in a pitch-black night a blind man is the best guide; he knows the roads and paths better than a man who can see. When daylight comes, however, it is foolish to use blind, old men as guides. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Mann

There is no better way of elevating the novel than by making it into a construct which contains ideas. — Heinrich Mann

Heinrich Quotes By Alan Elsner

And if the little flowers knew how deeply wounded my heart is They would weep with me to heal my pain. - "AND IF THE LITTLE FLOWERS KNEW" BY HEINRICH HEINE, MUSIC BY ROBERT SCHUMANN — Alan Elsner

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Where words cease, there music begins. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The beauteous eyes of the spring's fair night With comfort are downward gazing. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Where words leave off, music begins. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Mann

And my father, after all, was a nationalist. — Heinrich Mann

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

It is requisite that we should here say something of Magick, which is so linked to Astrology, as being her near Kinswoman, that whoever professes Magick without Astrology, does nothing, but is altogether out of the way. — Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The men of action are, after all, only the unconscious instruments of the men of thought. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Rohrer

I lost all respect for angstroms. — Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Sweet May hath come to love us,
Flowers, trees, their blossoms don;
And through the blue heavens above us
The very clouds move on. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

He who fears to venture as far as his heart urges and his reason permits, is a coward; he who ventures further than he intended to go, is a slave. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Marilynne Robinson

I am speaking, as I know it is rude to do, of the Social Darwinists, the eugenicists, the Imperialists, the Scientific Socialists who showed such firmness in reshaping civilization in Eastern Europe, China, Cambodia, and elsewhere, and, yes, of the Nazis. Darwin influenced the nationalist writer Heinrich von Treitschke and the biologist Ernst Haeckel, who influenced Hitler and also the milieu in which he flourished. — Marilynne Robinson

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Fraenkel

Though the idea was Hitler's, originating in a scribbled note — Heinrich Fraenkel

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Boll

Because the completion of labour service was a precondition for permission to study at the university, I was able to begin my studies of Germanistics and Classical Philology during the summer term of 1939. — Heinrich Boll

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

All I really want is enough to live on, a little house in the country ... and a tree in the garden with seven of my enemies hanging in it. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Hertz

Maxwell's theory is Maxwell's system of equations. — Heinrich Hertz

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

It is only kindred griefs that draw forth our tears, and each weeps really for himself. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

The men of the past had convictions, while we moderns have only opinions. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi

There is no happiness for him who oppresses and persecutes; no, there can be no repose for him. For the sighs of the unfortunate cry for vengeance to heaven. — Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Muller

One should herd the entire intelligentsia into a mine and then blow it sky-high. — Heinrich Muller

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

No compass has ever been invented for the high seas of matrimony. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

At noon I feel as though I could devour all the elephants of Hindostan, and then pick my teeth with the spire of Strasburg cathedral; in the evening I become so sentimental that I would fain drink up the Milky Way without reflecting how indigestible I should find the little fixed stars, and by night there is the Devil himself broke loose in my head and no mistake. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Rohrer

In 1974/75, I spent a sabbatical year with Professor Vince Jaccarino and Dr. Alan King at the University of California in Santa Barbara to get a taste of nuclear magnetic resonance. We solved a specific problem on the bicritical point of MnF2, their home-base material. We traded experience, NMR, and critical phenomena. — Heinrich Rohrer

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

All special charters of freedom must be abrogated where the universal law of freedom is to flourish. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

Oh, they loved dearly: their souls kissed, they kissed with their eyes, they were both but one single kiss. — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Bernd Heinrich

By providing safe nesting sites, woodpeckers are thus keystone organisms for a vast assemblage of birds the world over, including many owls, parrots, parids, flycatchers. — Bernd Heinrich

Heinrich Quotes By Michael Heinrich

The notion that one must know history in order to understand the present has a certain justification when applied to the history of events, but not for the structural history of society. Rather, the opposite is the case: to examine the *constitution* of a particular social and economic structure, one has to be already familiar with the *completed* structure. Only then will one know what to look for in history. — Michael Heinrich

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Heine

So we keep asking, over and over
Until a handful of earth
Stops our mouths-
But is that an answer? — Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Quotes By Bernd Heinrich

I do not yet want to form a hypothesis to test, because as soon as you make a hypothesis, you become prejudiced. Your mind slides into a groove, and once it is in that groove, has difficulty noticing anything outside of it. During this time, my sense must be sharp; that is the main thing - to be sharp, yet open. — Bernd Heinrich

Heinrich Quotes By Heinrich Von Treitschke

War is elevating, because the individual disappears before the great conception of the state ... What a perversion of morality to wish to abolish heroism among men! — Heinrich Von Treitschke