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Non Corporeal Form Quotes By George Berkeley

A man needs no arguments to make him discern and approve what is beautiful: it strikes at first sight, and attracts without a reason. And as this beauty is found in the shape and form of corporeal things, so also is there analogous to it a beauty of another kind, an order, a symmetry, and comeliness in the moral world. And as the eye perceiveth the one, so the mind doth by a certain interior sense perceive the other, which sense, talent, or faculty, is ever quickest and purest in the noblest minds. — George Berkeley

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Bryant McGill

Nothing can torment you more than yearning for freedom in a world of civic enslavement. No more trees to climb; no more careless adventures; no more dreams - just living a scripted life where you barely even remember who you are, only who you were told to be. Our routine and responsibility becomes a form of amnesia where we forget who we are while we slowly die inside. Many more die by routine than by corporeal death. — Bryant McGill

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Hannah Kent

Is love constant for you? Have you ever loved a woman? A person you love as much as you hate the hold they have on you? — Hannah Kent

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Ross King

You can see a zoomable sixteen-billion-pixel version on your home computer, an online visualization that its creators, Haltadefinizione, claim to be "the highest definition photograph ever in the world. — Ross King

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Cambria Hebert

You won't bully or threaten me into the life you want me to live." Drew went on. "I wish you could see how happy I am, how excited. I wish when you looked at Trent, you saw the man I did. A man who is passionate about business, who is loyal to his friends, and who feels more deeply in his little finger than you do in your entire body. You might be disgusted that I love him, but I'm proud. I'm proud to love someone who loves me enough to walk into this house and take the abuse you've so casually thrown at him. You want to make me choose? I choose him. I choose my life over the life you want me to have. — Cambria Hebert

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By J.M. Darhower

My mom always wanted a bunch of kids, but they stopped after me. I never understood why."
His voice was wistful. Haven closed the distance between them and wrapped her arms around his neck. "Maybe they realized they created perfection when they made you and didnt need anymore. — J.M. Darhower

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Haruki Murakami

I was reduced to pure concept. My flesh had dissolved; my form had dissipated. I floated in space. Liberated of my corporeal being, but without dispensation to go anywhere else.I was adrift in the void. Somewhere across the fine line separating nightmare from reality. — Haruki Murakami

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Toni Sorenson

The wedding day is perfect for the bride only if she is marrying the best man! — Toni Sorenson

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Sherrilyn Kenyon

Dev cursed in anger. "I'm going to kill Thorn."
"I would say it's okay, but right about now, I'm with you one hundred percent." She rolled over onto her back and stared at the ceiling. "It's so unfair."
Dev ached to kiss her. But he had to get her back into corporeal form first. "Let me take the girdle to Fang and then to Thorn. I'll see you shortly." He ran his hungry gaze over her body. "And I want you just in this position ten minutes after we get back."
She laughed. "Yes, sir. — Sherrilyn Kenyon

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Umberto Eco

Oh, what a harmony of abandonment and impulse, of unnatural and yet graceful postures, in that mystical language of limbs miraculously freed from the weight of corporeal matter, marked quantity infused with new substantial form, as if the holy band were struck by an impetuous wind, breath of life, frenzy of delight, rejoicing song of praise miraculously transformed, from the sound that it was, into image. — Umberto Eco

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By T. S. Eliot

Old men ought to be explorers. — T. S. Eliot

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Colin Trevorrow

I've said before, if you're going to earnestly sing a song around a campfire, you'd better be a Muppet! — Colin Trevorrow

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Sinclair B. Ferguson

We [should not] make the mistake of thinking that marriage will provide the ultimate satisfaction for which we all hunger. To assume so would be to be guilty of blasphemy. Only God satisfies the hungry heart. Marriage is but one of the channels He uses to enable us to taste how deeply satisfying His thirst-quenching grace can be. — Sinclair B. Ferguson

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By R.M. Gilmore

You know I hate banks, that's my purse stash kid. (Tatum) — R.M. Gilmore

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Brittany Maynard

I believe this choice is ethical, and what makes it ethical is it is a choice. — Brittany Maynard

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Brandy Golden

In the pages of a good book, you can be anyone, travel anywhere, even transcend time and space. Leave the mundane behind and join me between the pages. — Brandy Golden

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Boris Sidis

Psychology is the science of psychic states both as to content and form, regarded from an objective standpoint, and brought in relation to the living corporeal individual. — Boris Sidis

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Charles Dickens

There is a drowsy state, between sleeping and waking, when you dream more in five minutes with your eyes half open, and yourself half conscious of everything that is passing around you, than you would in five nights with your eyes fast closed, and your senses wrapt in perfect unconsciousness. At such time, a mortal knows just enough of what his mind is doing, to form some glimmering conception of its mighty powers, its bounding from earth and spurning time and space, when freed from the restraint of its corporeal associate. — Charles Dickens

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Hannah More

Just at that moment, Lucilla happened to cross the lawn at a distance. At sight of her, I could not, as I pointed to her, forbear exclaiming in the words of Sir John's favorite poet,
There doth beauty dwell,
There most conspicuous, e'en in outward shape,
Where dawns the high expression of a mind.
"This is very fine," said Sir John, sarcastically. "I admire all you young enthusiastic philosophers, with your intellectual refinement. You pretend to be captivated only with _mind_. I observe, however, that previous to your raptures, you always take care to get this mind lodged in a fair and youthful form. This mental beauty is always prudently enshrined in some elegant corporeal frame, before it is worshiped. I should be glad to see some of these intellectual adorers in love with the mind of an old or ugly woman. I never heard any of you fall into ecstasies in descanting on the mind of your grandmother. — Hannah More

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Gary Ross

You have to listen to the movie while you're making it. I think that's important. — Gary Ross

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By T. Scott Daniels

One can't separate the soul from the body in the way Thyatira's Jezebel would like because humankind is so uniquely linked to embodiment that our lives will always have some form of corporeal existence. Thus Paul in particular implores believers to "glorify God in your body" (1 Cor. 6:20) and prays that our "spirit and soul and body be kept sound and blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ" (1 Thess. 5:23). Biblical hope never completely separates the soul from the body, and so there can be no dichotomy between the sacred and the secular for the believer. The — T. Scott Daniels

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Stacey Kade

Yeah. Having a corporeal form was way less of a party when you had to think of other people's feelings. Ha. Welcome to my world. — Stacey Kade

Non Corporeal Form Quotes By Shirley Jackson

It is only with the eyes open that a corporeal form returns, and assembles itself firmly around the hard core of sight. — Shirley Jackson