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King Fisher Quotes By John Bradshaw

Family secrets can go back for generations. They can be about suicides, homicides, incest, abortions, addictions, public loss of face, financial disaster, etc. All the secrets get acted out. This is the power of toxic shame. The pain and suffering of shame generate automatic and unconscious defenses. Freud called these defenses by various names: denial, idealization of parents, repression of emotions and dissociation from emotions. What is important to note is that we can't know what we don't know. Denial, idealization, repression and dissociation are unconscious survival mechanisms. Because they are unconscious, we lose touch with the shame, hurt and pain they cover up. We cannot heal what we cannot feel. So without recovery, our toxic shame gets carried for generations. — John Bradshaw

King Fisher Quotes By Rachel Higginson

Why are you so nice to me? You barely know me."
A soft smile played on his lips, "But I like what I know so far. And I am excited for what else there is to find out. — Rachel Higginson

King Fisher Quotes By Catherine Fisher

Freedom is a small price to pay for survival. — Catherine Fisher

King Fisher Quotes By Tarryn Fisher

I shake my shoulders to get rid of all my feels. I hate these people. They're so annoying. Except I king of like Silas. Kind of. — Tarryn Fisher

King Fisher Quotes By Torrey DeVitto

Before anyone learns my last name, they always assume I have some type of Latin background in me somewhere. I love it! I think the Latin culture is sexy. It's one of my goals to learn to speak Spanish one day; then I will really be able to fool people! — Torrey DeVitto

King Fisher Quotes By David Platt

Every disciple of Jesus has been called, loved, created, and saved to make disciples of Jesus who make disciples of Jesus who make disciples of Jesus until the grace of God is enjoyed and the glory of God is exalted among every people group on the planet. And on that day, every disciple of Jesus - every follower of Christ and fisher of men - will see the Savior's face and behold the Father's splendor in a scene of indescribable beauty and everlasting bliss that will never, ever fade away. This is a call worth dying for. This is a King worth living for. — David Platt

King Fisher Quotes By Jewel Spears Brooker

The Stetson passage is an allusion to Frazer theory in The Golden Bough that religion originated as agricultural engineering. Through a grotesque process of literalization, all of the dying gods and heroes in The Golden Bough, along with Christ and the Fisher King, are transferred from mythic to modern consciousness ( Frazer himself was an unabashed positivist) to be made explicable in scientific terms as fertilizer. — Jewel Spears Brooker

King Fisher Quotes By Wumen Huikai

All beings are encompassed within one all-encompassing great energy: So I understood from the coolness of this morning's passing breeze. — Wumen Huikai

King Fisher Quotes By Jack H. Lucas

It's important to think. It's what separates us from lentils. (The Fisher King) — Jack H. Lucas

King Fisher Quotes By Paul Auster

But even the facts do not always tell the truth — Paul Auster

King Fisher Quotes By Robert A. Johnson

Our story begins with the Grail castle, which is in serious trouble. The Fisher King, the king of the castle, has been wounded. His wounds are so severe that he cannot live, yet he is incapable of dying. He groans; he cries out; he suffers constantly. The whole land is in desolation, for a land mirrors the condition of its king, inwardly in a mythological dimension, as well as outwardly in the physical world. The cattle do not reproduce; the crops won't grow; knights are killed; children are orphaned; maidens weep; there is mourning everywhere - all because the Fisher King is wounded. — Robert A. Johnson

King Fisher Quotes By Brian Doyle

He can climb anything lightning fast and is the king of the forest insofar as using the canopy as a highway. While his favorite food is voles, caught on the floors of forest and meadow, he much enjoys squirrels of all kinds and is the only hunter of squirrels who can follow them to the highest, thinnest branches; not even the fisher, eing heavier, can achieve that dangerous elevation. He eats everything else he can find, of course, but given his druthers, like today's late-summer bounty, he would have a vole for breakfast and then some thimbleberries and a cricket as a midmorning snack and then another vole for late lunch, followed by huckleberries in the afternoon, most of a dead White-crowned sparrow, some early white-oak acorns...and then, delightfully a young flying squirrel... — Brian Doyle

King Fisher Quotes By David O. Russell

It's not easy to follow Jesus' example, and if you go to church it doesn't mean you're automatically doing it. — David O. Russell

King Fisher Quotes By Robert A. Johnson

A man must consent to look to a foolish, innocent, adolescent part of himself for his cure. The inner fool is the only one who can touch his Fisher King wound. — Robert A. Johnson

King Fisher Quotes By Richard J. Foster

However brightly the light may shine, it can be seen only by those who are spiritually prepared to receive it. 'Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.'" - A.W. Tozer, The Knowledge of the Holy 8 — Richard J. Foster

King Fisher Quotes By R.A. Salvatore

I am dying. Every day, with every breath I draw, I am closer to the end of my life. For we are born with a finite number of breaths, and each one I take edges the sunlight that is my life toward the inevitable dusk. — R.A. Salvatore

King Fisher Quotes By Anonymous

Capitalism's surplus was enough to sate any rational autocrat. — Anonymous

King Fisher Quotes By Herbert Croly

The years between 1800 and 1825 were distinguished, so far as our domestic development was concerned, by the growth of the Western pioneer Democracy in power and self-consciousness. — Herbert Croly