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    Immortal beings have been compared to stars, these are existences that linger on long after the death of the thing itself.
    — Zeena Schreck
    I imagine the film ["300"] as if I was a Spartan and I had never seen an immortal or a Persian, or an elephant or a rhino for that matter.
    — Zack Snyder
    tags: immortal  film  imagine 
    The passion to condense from book to bookUnbroken wisdom in a single look,Though we know well that when this fix the head,The mind's immortal, but the man is dead.
    — Yvor Winters
    tags: men  immortal  wisdom  mind  book  passion 
    The knife is the most permanent, the most immortal, the most ingenious of man's creations. The knife was a guillotine; the knife is a universal means of resolving all knots.
    — Yevgeny Zamyatin
    tags: creation  immortal 
    The myth about the angel who rebelled against his Lord is the most beautiful of all myths, the proudest, the most revolutionary, the most immortal of them all.
    — Yevgeny Zamyatin
    The knife is the most durable, immortal, the most genius thing that man created. The knife was the guillotine; the knife is the universal means of solving all knots; and along the blade of a knife lies the path of paradox - the single most worthy path of the fearless mind.
    — Yevgeny Zamyatin
    tags: men  lies  fearless  immortal  mind  genius  path 
    Maria Edgeworth grumbled against vandals who ruined immortal works by quoting the life out of them. "How far our literature may in future suffer from these blighting swarms, will best be conceived by a glance at what they have already withered and blasted of the favourite productions of our most popular poets." Shakespeare, Milton, and Dryden, scissored, patched, and frayed.
    — Willis Regier
    A man really and practically looking onwards to an immortal life, on whatever grounds, exhibits to us the human soul in an enobled attitude.
    — William Whewell
    tags: men  attitude  human  soul  immortal 
    The Egyptians, by the concurrent testimony of antiquity, were among the first who taught that the soul was immortal.
    — William Warburton
    tags: soul  immortal 
    Imprint deep upon your minds the principles of piety towards God, and a reverence and fear of His holy name. The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and its consummation is everlasting felicity. Possess yourselves of just and elevated notions of the Divine character, attributes, and administration, and of the end and dignity of your own immortal nature as it stands related to Him.
    — William Samuel Johnson
    It is easy enough to say that man is immortal simply because he will endure: that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, that even then there will still be one more sound: that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking.
    — William Faulkner
    tags: men  dying  immortal 
    Many of the finest and most interesting emotions perish forever, because too complex and fugitive for expression. Of all things relating to man, his feelings are perhaps the most evanescent, the greater part dying in the moment of their birth. But while emotions perish, thought blended in diction is immortal.
    — William Benton Clulow
    The true, the genuine worship is when man, through his spirit, attains to friendship and intimacy with God. True and genuine worship is not to come to a certain place; it is not to go through a certain ritual or liturgy; it is not even to bring certain gifts. True worship is when the spirit, the immortal and invisible part of man, speaks to and meets with God, who is immortal and invisible.
    — William Barclay
    True worship is when the spirit, the immortal and invisible part of man, speaks to and meets with God, who is immortal and invisible.
    — William Barclay
    tags: men  true  immortal  god  worship  spirit 
    The Bible talks about your spirit being immortal, that you were created for existence beyond your physical body. Well, that's no different from Scientology! I don't think that because the word someone uses for spirit is thetan that the definition becomes any different.
    — Will Smith
    I believe in an immortal soul. Science has proved that nothing disintegrates into nothingness. Life and soul, therefore, cannot disintegrate into nothingness, and so are immortal.
    — Wernher von Braun
    tags: believe  soul  immortal 
    Harmonious words render ordinary ideas acceptable; less ordinary, pleasant; novel and ingenious ones, delightful. As pictures and statues, and living beauty, too, show better by music-light, so is poetry irradiated, vivified, glorified', and raised into immortal life by harmony.
    — Walter Savage Landor
    Our immortal souls, while righteous, are by God himself beautified with the title of his own image and similitude.
    — Walter Raleigh
    tags: soul  immortal  god 
    Give my scallop-shell of quiet, My staff of faith to walk upon, My scrip of joy, immortal diet, My bottle of salvation, My gown of glory, hope's true gage; And thus I'll take my pilgrimage.
    — Walter Raleigh
    tags: joy  true  immortal  faith  salvation  hope 
    The thinker dies, but his thoughts are beyond the reach of destruction. Men are mortal; but ideas are immortal.
    — Walter Lippmann
    Men are mortal, but ideas are immortal.
    — Walter Lippmann
    tags: men  immortal  ideas 
    It was in the recognition that there is in each man a final essence, that is to say an immortal soul which only God can judge, that a limit was set upon the dominion of men over men.
    — Walter Lippmann
    tags: men  soul  immortal  god 
    There seems to be an unalterable contradiction between the human mind and its employments. How can a soul be a merchant? What relation to an immortal being have the price of linseed, the brokerage on hemp? Can an undying creature debit petty expenses and charge for carriage paid? The soul ties its shoes; the mind washes its hands in a basin. All is incongruous.
    — Walter Bagehot
    tags: human  soul  immortal  mind 
    Beauty is momentary in the mind - The fitful tracing of a portal; But in the flesh it is immortal. The body dies; the body's beauty lives. So evenings die, in their green going, A wave, interminably flowing.
    — Wallace Stevens
    tags: beauty  live  body  immortal  die  mind 
    Composing mortals with immortal fire.
    — W. H. Auden
    tags: fire  immortal 
    Here is my creed: I believe in one God, the Creator of the universe. That he governs it by his providence. That he ought to be worshipped. That the most acceptable service we render to him is in doing good to his other children. That the soul of man is immortal, and will be treated with justice in another life respecting its conduct in this. These I take to be the fundamental points in all sound religion. -Benjamin Franklin
    — W. Cleon Skousen
    Yoga philosophy teaches that real man is not his body, but that the immortal I, of which each human being is conscious to some degree according to his mental evolution, is not the body but merely occupies and uses the body as an instrument.
    — Vishnudevananda Saraswati
    Photographers encode their concepts as photographic images so as to give others information, so as to produce models for them and thereby to become immortal in the memory of others.
    — Vilem Flusser
    The divine impeccability of the immortal [Soviet] State turned out not only to have suppressed individual human beings but also to have defended them, to have comforted them in their weakness, to have justified their insignificance. The State had taken on its own shoulders the entire weight of responsibility; it had liberated people from the chimera of conscience.
    — Vasily Grossman
    The best definition of an immortal is someone who hasn't died yet.
    — Tom Holt
    Descartes' immortal conclusion cogito ergo sum was recently subjected to destruction testing by a group of graduate researchers at Princeton led by Professors Montjuic and Lauterbrunnen, and now reads, in the Shorter Harvard Orthodoxy:(a) I think, therefore I am; or(b) Perhaps I thought, therefore I was; but(c) These days, I tend to leave that side of things to my wife.
    — Tom Holt
    If you're immortal, you can imagine being sad or grieving if a lover leaves you. But if everyone were immortal, then that leaving isn't necessarily forever. There's always a chance that you get them back somewhere down the road - you know, in 5, 10, 20,000 years. So I think that the urgency of the moment gets sapped.
    — Todd May
    When I live lucidly I see that I am both mortal and immortal. The person I appear to be in time had a beginning and will come to an end. But the deep self isn't in time, just like a dreamer isn't in a dream.
    — Timothy Freke
    tags: time  people  live  self  immortal  dreams 
    I'm very much drawn to these stories. This is a huge, great story [in Doctor Strange] about the possibility of living beyond everything, living beyond mortality, living beyond all the immortal confines, living beyond the planet as we know it. It's mind-blowingly no limits, and I think this is going to be something else.
    — Tilda Swinton
    Nothing can hide from me the conviction that an immortal soul needs for its sustenance something more than visiting, and gardening, and novel-reading, and crochet-needle, and the occasional manufacture of sponge cake.
    — Thomas Wentworth Higginson
    tags: soul  immortal 
    The corn was orient and immortal wheat, which never should be reaped, nor was ever sown. I thought it had stood from everlasting to everlasting.
    — Thomas Traherne
    tags: thoughts  immortal 
    When we ponder that vast throng who have died honorably defending home and hearth, we contemplate those immortal words, 'Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.' The feelings of heartfelt gratitude for the supreme sacrifice made by so many cannot be confined to a Memorial Day, a military parade, or a decorated grave.
    — Thomas S. Monson
    Immortal Spenser, no frailty hath thy fame but the imputation of this idiot's friendship!
    — Thomas Nashe
    tags: fame  immortal  idiot 
    If God bestowed immortality on every man then when he made him, and he made many to whom he never purposed to give his saving grace, what did his Lordship think that God gave any man immortality with purpose only to make him capable of immortal torments? It is a hard saying, and I think cannot piously be believed. I am sure it can never be proved by the canonical Scripture.
    — Thomas Hobbes
    Whosoever enjoys not this life, I count him but an apparition, though he wear about him the sensible affections of flesh. In these moral acceptions, the way to be immortal is to die daily.
    — Thomas Browne
    tags: immortal  die  morals 
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