It has been said that Poland is dead, exhausted, enslaved, but here is the proof of her life and triumph This homage has been rendered not to me - for the Polish soil is fertile and does not lack better writers than me - but to the Polish achievement, the Polish genius.
In 1939 I wrote my first article ("Intime banaliteter" [Intimate banalities] in the journal Helhesten ) in which I expressed my love for sofa painting, and for the last twenty years I have been preoccupied with the idea of rendering Homage to it. Thus I act with full responsibility and after extensive reflection. Only my current situation has enabled me to accomplish the expensive task of demonstrating that the preferred sustenance of painting is painting.asger jorn
Yes, sing the song of the orange-tree, With its leaves of velvet green: With its luscious fruit of sunset hue, The fairest that ever were seen; The grape may have its bacchanal verse, To praise the fig we are free; But Homage I pay to the queen of all, The glorious orange-tree.J. K. Hoyt
None are so desolate but something dear, Dearer than self, possesses or possessed A thought, and claims the Homage of a tear.Rochdale
Let us award a just, a brilliant Homage to those rare men whom nature has endowed with the precious privilege of arranging a thousand isolated facts, of making seductive theories spring from them; but let us not forget to state, that the scythe of the reaper had cut the stalks before one had thought of uniting them into sheaves!françois arago
There is no friend like an old friend who has shared our mourning days, no greeting like his welcome, no Homage like his praise.Oliver Wendell Holmes
Whilst I study to find how I am a microcosm of little world,I find myself something more than the great. There is surelya piece of divinity in us; something that was before the elements, and owes no Homage unto the sun.
Every intelligent painter carries the whole culture of modern painting in his head?everything he paints is both an Homage and a critique.Robert Motherwell
I will not say with Lord Hale, that "the law will admit of no rival, and nothing to go even with it;" but I will say, that it is a jealous mistress, and requires a long and constant courtship. It is not to be won by trifling favours, but by a lavish Homage.joseph story
But a meek humble Man of modest Sense, Who, Preaching Peace, does practice Continence; Whose pious life’s a proof he does believe, Mysterious Truths, which no Man can conceive. If upon Earth there dwell such God-like Men, I'll here Recant my Paradox to them; Adore those Shrines of Virtue, Homage pay, And, with the rabble world, their Laws obey. If such there are, yet grant me This at least, Man differs more from Man, than Man from Beast.wilmot, john, 2nd earl of rochester
"God save King Robert! then, say I," vociferated Alan, eagerly grasping the knight's hand. "Sit, sit, Sir Knight; and for the love of heaven, speak more of this most wondrous tale. Erewhile, we hear of this goodly Earl of Carrick at Edward's court, doing him Homage, serving him as his own English knight, and now in Scotland--aye, and Scotland's king. How may we reconcile these contradictions?"grace aguilar
People are given a false alternative: the choice between an unenlightened belief and an enlightened unbelief. Most intellectuals seem to pay Homage to the second variant.eugen drewermann
When I am dead, no pageant train Shall waste their sorrows at my bier, Nor worthless pomp of Homage vain Stain it with hypocritic tear.edward everett
The ancients adorned their sarcophagi with the emblems of life and procreation, and even with obscene symbols; in the religions of antiquity the sacred and the obscene often lay very close together. These men knew how to pay Homage to death. For death is worthy of Homage as the cradle of life, as the womb of palingenesis .thomas mann
Hypocrisy is the Homage that vice and wrong pay to virtue and justice .albert pike
If a marker were to be erected today, it might read, in Homage to his scientific courage: “He preferred the hard truth to his dearest illusions.”carl sagan
Nothing, it is true, is more common than for both Science and Art to pay Homage to the spirit of the age, and for creative taste to accept the law of critical taste.friedrich von schiller
Adoration, which is known as latria , in classical theology , is the worship and Homage that is rightly offered to God alone. It is the manifestation of submission and acknowledgement of dependence appropriately shown towards the excellence of an uncreated divine person and to his absolue Lordship. It is the worship of the Creator that God alone deserves.
What drink'st thou oft, instead of Homage sweet, But poison'd flattery?william shakespeare
All people, however fanatical they may be in their zeal to disparage and to fight capitalism, implicitly pay Homage to it by passionately clamoring for the products it turns out.ludwig von mises
When I am dead, no pageant train shall waste their sorrows at my bier. Nor worthless pomp of Homage vain stain it with hypocritic tear.edward everett
If there be no nobility of descent, all the more indispensable is it that there should be nobility of ascent, a character in them that bear rule so fine and high and pure that as men come within the circle of its influence they involuntarily pay Homage to that which is the one pre-eminent distinction, the royalty of virtue.
With zealous step he climbs the upland lawn, And bows in Homage to the rising dawn; Imbibes with eagle eye the golden ray, And watches, as it moves, the orb of day.erasmus darwin
O, Columbia, the gem of the ocean, The home of the brave and the free, The shrine of each patriot's devotion, A world offers Homage to thee.
Aristotle, who foresaw so many things, never dreamed of the social truth. Cuvier , whose sagacity is so highly lauded, was constrained to yield Homage to the genius of Aristotle in Natural History; for myself, who am at this date in full possession of social truth, in politics Aristotle only inspires me with profound pity.
Question with boldness even the existence of a god, because if there be one, he must more approve of the Homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear .
The Bhagavata Purana teaches nine primary forms of bhakti, as explained by [[w:Prahlada|Prahlada as:(1) ?rava?a ("listening" to the scriptural stories of K???a and his companions), (2) k?rtana ("praising," usually refers to ecstatic group singing), (3) smara?a ("remembering" or fixing the mind on Vi??u), (4) p?da-sevana (rendering service), (5) arcana (worshiping an image), (6) vandana (paying Homage ), (7) d?sya ( servitude ), (8) s?khya ( friendship ), and (9) ?tma-nivedana (complete surrender of the self ).