Thus Related Quotes

Movies are always made by committees, and the writer is not at the head of the committee. Thus, mush.

Jane Espenson

Science and religion both teach that we are all interconnected, and thus interdependent. And at the very core, we are all One. But how do we live as if we know this?

Ram Dass

One can thus state, without fear of being wrong, that every truly artistic production has been conceived and executed according to the principle of irregularity.

Pierre-auguste Renoir

Thus nature has no love for solitude, and always leans, as it were, on some support; and the sweetest support is found in the most intimate friendship.

Marcus Tullius Cicero

One of the only coherent philosophical positions is thus revolt. It is a constant confrontation between man and his own obscurity.

Albert Camus

Thus also every keen pleasure is an error and an illusion, for no attained wish can give lasting satisfaction.

Arthur Schopenhauer

Any fool can see the limits of seeing, but not even the wisest know the limits of knowing. Thus is ignorance rendered invisible, and are all Men made fools.

R. Scott Bakker

The body is thus not simply an 'entity', but is experienced as a practical mode of coping with external situations and events.

Anthony Giddens

If an unexpected temptation comes, don't blame the one through whom it came, but seek out the reason. Thus you will find correction for your soul.

Maximus The Confessor

One of the things that makes a Negro unpleasant to white folk is the fact that he suffers from their injustice. He is thus a standing rebuke to them.

H. L. Mencken