When harmony, mutual consideration, and trust pass out of the home, hell enters in.
Whenever you wash dishes, cook, or clean, if you make no sound, this is smartness itself. A person who enters a house and makes a lot of noise is revealing a lack of spirituality; even cats and dogs do not make unnecessary sounds, and man as he naturally is does not make any either.michio kushi
Fathers, I do not practice. I’m not religious in life, but when I perform "The Creation of the World" and when my soul is touched by the confrontation of "Good and Evil", then God enters in me.Marcel Marceau
The bravest man feels an anxiety 'circa praecordia' as he enters the battle; but he dreads disgrace yet more.horatio nelson
Each man is contained and constrained, on entering social life, to fit his own life in, just as he fits his words and thoughts into a language that was formed without and before him and which is impervious to his power. Entering the game, as it were, whether of belonging to a nation or of using a language, a man enters arrangements which it does not fall to him to determine, but only to learn and respect the rules.alain finkielkraut
The consideration of human suffering is not one which enters into the calculations of primitive man.james frazer
Monk enters the studio and starts playing, the rest of the musicians join him. After few minutes of play the technician from his room shouts and stops the band.] Monk: "Why did we stop?" Technician: "I thought you were rehearsing." Monk: "Aren't we always?"thelonious monk
What matter that the man stands for much I cannot love the moment he touches the realms of truth he enters my world and is my friend.john lancaster spalding
As soon as I begin to want to make my thinking teleological in relation to something else, interest enters the game. As soon as it is there, the ethical is present...
Nothing escapes God 's knowledge . This is proved by the witness of the Scriptures and the analogy of the sun , which, although created, yet by its light or heat enters into all things.
My work should be judged as it enters the ears and heads of listeners, not as it is described to the eyes of readers.arnold schoenberg
The great cry that rises from our manufacturing cities, louder than their furnace blast, is all in very deed for this, that we manufacture everything there except men; we blanch cotton, and strengthen steel, and refine sugar, and shape pottery; but to brighten, to strengthen, to refine, or to form a single living spirit, never enters into our estimate of advantages.