28 Phenomenon Quotes And Sayings

Sometimes, life can seem so unfair. “Why me?” is a question that crosses our minds in times of difficulty, but it’s often the best thing for us to keep in mind. “Why not me?” is a much more appropriate response to the events in our lives. It’s easy to focus on what we don’t have or what has happened to us, but when we try to look at life in this way, we only make the things that are out of our control seem more important Read more

Instead, when we learn to focus on all the good things about our situation and how everything happens for a reason, suddenly the world makes a lot more sense. These quotes can help you find your perspective and keep a positive outlook on life.

Sometimes loneliness makes the loudest noise.
Sometimes loneliness makes the loudest noise. Aaron BenZeev
In the frame of a known phenomenon of life, a...
In the frame of a known phenomenon of life, a human could be defined as the only proven thinking creature. Eraldo Banovac
Glory of the world makes life meaningless. Glory of God...
Glory of the world makes life meaningless. Glory of God fulfills it. Indonesia123
Beware ! Heart is too small to feel happy but...
Beware ! Heart is too small to feel happy but soul is too big to take glory Indonesia123
I would like to be a one-man multinational fashion phenomenon.
I would like to be a one-man multinational fashion phenomenon. Karl Lagerfeld
Beware ! Discipline goes to two different directions : success...
Beware ! Discipline goes to two different directions : success and self glory. Self glory is the biggest failure of life. Indonesia123
Yesterday i was clever so i took the glory for...
Yesterday i was clever so i took the glory for me. Today HE makes me wise so i give the glory to HIM. Indonesia123
Big things in the glory of the world mean nothing....
Big things in the glory of the world mean nothing. Small things in glory of God mean everything. Truly..., size doesn't matter in this world or in the world to come. Indonesia123
Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is
Sweet wine makes drunk, sour wine (insult) is "tetelestai". Life is not about what we have done and become, but how God to be fully glorified. Indonesia123
Whatever we have in the glory of man is
Whatever we have in the glory of man is "away". Those are just not enough before we go "home" to the glory of God. Indonesia123
Yesterday I was clever, so I took the glory for...
Yesterday I was clever, so I took the glory for me. Today He makes me wise, so I give the glory to Thee Indonesia123
If we glorify God (not self) in everything we do...
If we glorify God (not self) in everything we do then everything on earth will glorify God. Indonesia123
Come into my world. I will show you the phenomenon that Stendhal experienced. I will help you feel the cascading arpeggios of Wagner's overture. I will dance to Doga’s waltzes with you. A day spent without appreciating the beauty surrounding us is a waste. Let me appreciate you Kamand Kojouri
Magic isn’t a far-off phenomenon. T.K. Kiser
The phenomenon of praying is beyond description. Lailah Gifty Akita
..it would be a very naive sort of dogmatism to assume that there exists an absolute reality of things which is the same for all living beings. Reality is not a unique and homogeneous thing; it is immensely diversified, having as many different schemes and patterns as there are different organisms. Every organism is, so to speak, a monadic being. It has a world of its own because it has an experience of its own. The phenomena that we find in the life of a certain biological species are not transferable to any other species. The experiences - and therefore the realities - of two different organisms are incommensurable with one another. In the world of a fly, says Uexkull, we find only "fly things"; in the world of a sea urchin we find only "sea urchin things. . Ernst Cassirer
So I was just thinking about how something happened today and it was quite insightful, humbling and puts things into perspective. If you look at anything, everything has it's 'story' so to speak. For instance, for me to even write this status requires an obscene amount of processes (essentially limitless). Just the biological processes that have to take place are in the trillions. Then you add the technological component, the psychology behind it(self-awareness/consciousness). Then you start looking at the macro factors behind it which include how I came into existence, how life came to be for that to occur, how earth came to be, the sun, the solar system, the galaxy, universe..etc. So the odds for all those things to occur for me to write a simple (or not so simply) status like this..is pretty fucking incredible to say the least. . Michael R. Kitay
If you were destined to be a poet, then you won't brainstorm for lines that rhymes. If you were destined to be a celebrity, then you shouldn't start searching for fans. If you are truly a god, then let others worship you! Michael Bassey Johnson
Any thing or behavior too complex to understand becomes a phenomenon that could be termed spiritual or magical. Bryant McGill
The problem with the 11:11 Phenomenon is getting anybody interested in it that hasn't experienced it themselves. Other phenomena, such as U.F.Os or crop circles, are able to be seen. We can debate them. But seeing and being guided by 11:11 is hard to convey to those uninitiated in its ways. Harry Whitewolf
Meeting new people is just remembering faces of God we've forgotten. Harry Whitewolf
Failure is only but a temporary phenomenon. Sunday Adelaja
We have come to understand the phenomena of life only as an assemblage of the lifeless. We take the mechanistic abstractions of our technical calculation to be ultimately concrete and "fundamentally real, " while our most intimate experiences are labelled "mere appearance" and something having reality only within the closet of the isolated mind. Suppose however we were to invert this whole scheme, reverse the order in which it assigns abstract and concrete. What is central to our experience, then, need not be peripheral to nature. This sunset now, for example, caught within the network of bare winter branches, seems like a moment of benediction in which the whole of nature collaborates. Why should not these colours and these charging banners of light be as much a part of the universe as the atoms and molecules that make them up? If they were only "in my mind, " then I and my mind would no longer be a part of nature. Why should the pulse of life toward beauty and value not be a part of things? Following this path, we do not vainly seek to assemble the living out of configurations of dead stuff, but we descend downwards from more complex to simpler grades of the organic. From humans to trees to rocks; from "higher grade" to "lower grade" organisms. In the universe of energy, any individual thing is a pattern of activity within the flux, and thereby an organism at some level. William Barrett
Look at your hand. Its structure does not match the structure of assertions, the structure of facts. Your hand is continuous. Assertions and facts are discontinuous.... You lift your index finger half an inch; it passes through a million facts. Look at the way your hand goes on and on, while the clock ticks, and the sun moves a little further across the sky. Michael Frayn
The logic of the symbol does not express the experiment; it is the experiment. Language is the phenomenon, and the observation of the phenomenon changes its nature. Carlos Fuentes
Leadership obeys the principle of Hooke's law to the very bone. It explains: When an elastic material is stretched, it returns to its original position. But when it's over stretched beyond its limit point, it loses its elasticity and becomes plastic, and later cuts or breaks. As a leader, in your leadership disposition, it behoves of you to acquaint yourself with this very leadership principle that edges forward. It's however, a human nature to adopt to an environment, so, leaders are humans, they tend to have this rapore with their followers which is somewhat a must needed. But the ability for such one to return and recollect to knowing his boundary makes a good leader. A phenomenon whereby he becomes drunk of platitudes, then it comes to a time where they (followers) dictate for him. And even sought and suggest plans without his consent or knowing, it has gotten to the point of plastic and break respectively. Richmond Akhigbe
The uneducated person perceives only the individual phenomenon, the partly educated person the rule, and the educated person the exception. Franz Grillparzer