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|Life is at its best when it's shaken and stirred. - Facult, F. Paul Life is a series of |
little deaths out of which life always returns. - Feidelson, Charles I used to trouble
about what life was for -- now being alive seems sufficient reason. - Field, Joanna
|“You shall not kill” must become “You shall enable life” before it's too late for the |
entire globe. Life is the only thing of value ... “Life is a series of little deaths,”
Charles Feidelson Jr. wrote, “out of which life always returns.” It's about allowing
life to ...
|It seems to me you can be awfully happy in this life if you stand aside and watch |
and mind your own business and let other people do as they like about
damaging ... Anna Herbert Life is a series of little deaths out of which life always
|Life is just a series of changes. All the little deaths that occur within life are |
teaching us to let go. ... Lao-tzu Death consists chiefly in getting rid of a worn-out
husk which is left behind, much in the same way as the chrysalis sheath of a ...
The self-centered nature goes with you to learn and grow on the disembodied
side of life, and then returns here into a suitable clay ... I always knew I was going
|('\J heroic. You sacrifice your life for other lives, but in an instant, with no time to |
think; only time to act or not act. ... Sixteen men, probably Merchant Marine or
they would have been mustered out already, get through the blood— iest war
ever and then die in some sort of “disastor”. ... >l< >l< >l< Dinners came and went
and the days they marked until his break was over and it was time to return to
|In our lives, we have many little deaths'. these deaths are necessary for our |
continued growth and evolution. ... As we don't always know what little deaths are
part of our destiny, we must put our trust and faith in our spirit and the power of
the universe to help us ... Our only role during this time is to be like the tree who
remembers its true nature and gracefully lets go of its leaves to return to the earth.
|... not as an expression of ignorance, but as a denial, of the humanity of that other|
, a capacity I will eventually come to call “dealing the little deaths of everyday life.
... I would turn seventeen on returning to Sacramento, neither an adult nor not an
adult. ... me to take over that role since he had found an experienced pianist to
take over in turn from me (someone who turned out to be a soldier on furlough).
|While we would be tools to seek out sorrow, the unavoidable suffering that is an |
integral part of life's fabric is not something to view as a cross that we bear alone.
... We have experienced a series of little deaths as our expectations crumbled.
|It [life] would not have the same meaning. Death is there to be embraced.” From |
here, he and I return to the broader idea of impermanence. Chris points out that
to experience impermanence is to experience “little deaths.” A relationship ends
|There he was told he could either stop using or die before he reached age 24. This is Frey's acclaimed account of his six weeks in rehab. From the Trade Paperback edition.|