A Quote by Hanzee Hizaq on communication, complicated, love, and enemy

Communication such a complicated sometimes, you can fall in love with its or you can be enemy  of its

Hanzee Hizaq

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A Quote by Eckhart Tolle on love, communication, communion, oneness, and realization

True communication is communion―the realization of oneness, which is love.

Eckhart Tolle

Source: The Power of Now : A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

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A Quote by Thomas Berry on humanity, attraction, existing, communication, connection, and purpose

We might well believe that the law of universal gravitation whereby each physical reality attracts and is attracted to every other physical reality has its correspondence in the hidden or overt attraction of all human beings and all human societies to each other. This attraction takes place within a functional balance of tensions whereby each is sustained in its existence by all the others even as each sustains the others in existence. This seems to be demonstrated in the extensive and continuing efforts of humans to encounter each other and to establish a universal network of communication throughout the human order.

Thomas Berry

Source: Evening Thoughts: Reflecting on Earth as Sacred Community

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A Quote by Rollo May on community, communication, intimacy, understanding, and relationship

Communication leads to community, that is, understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.

Rollo May (1909 -)

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A Quote by Robert Anton Wilson on monopoly, communication, and power

A monopoly on the means of communication may define a ruling elite more precisely than the celebrated Marxian formula of monopoly in the means of production.

Robert Anton Wilson

Source: Illuminatus Trilogy: from Hagbard Celine's Manifesto ``Never Whistle While You're Pissing''

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A Quote by Mr. on marraige, humor, muscles, relationships, couples, love, communication, and mr prophet


                                            Muscle Man

     A husband and wife had been married for many years. The husband had long since passed his prime and rarely exercised. He still liked to think of himself as a handsome, well built man. One day, his wife touched his belly, which had expanded several inches, and said "Flabby".

     The man took this statement to heart and resolved to do something about it. He detested exercise. The next time he saw her hand move towards him he tensed his muscles. She didn't say he was flabby. Over time, the man developed the habit of tensing up whenever his wife's hand moved towards his body.

     One day the wife decided to test her husband.  She moved her hand towards his shoulder, he tensed up. it was rock hard. She moved her hand towards his arm. He tensed up there too, she giggled. She moved her hand to his buttocks, he tensed up there too. She giggled again. Her hand gently roamed toward the back of his thigh. He tensed up there too. She laughed.

Then, with a twinkle in his eye, he said "How do you like your muscle man?"

"I wish the man I was feeling was the man I was married to." She replied with a smirk.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Book: Slices of Life, By Mr. Prophet

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A Quote by David R. Hawkins on communication, mentalization, perception, subjective, and objective

"Each person perceives, experiences, and interprets the world and its events in accord withg their own prdominant level of consciousness. this is further reinforced by the mind's proclivity to explanation via mentalization and rationalized interpretation of perceived data"...."Because the mind, by virtue of its innate structure, is unable to differentiate perception from essence or res cogitans (interna) from res externa (extensa), as noted by René Descartes, it makes the naïve assumption that it experiences and thereby 'knows reality' and that other viewpoints therefore must be 'wrong'.........". David R. Hawkins, "The Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man", 2008, p. 59-60

David Hawkins

Source: "Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man"

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A Quote by unknown on communication

We were talking to explore the self, not to explain our ideas to each other


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A Quote by Thich Naht Hanh on communication and dialog

In true dialogue, both sides are willing to change.

Thich Naht Hanh

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A Quote by Mr. on univers, communication, and listening

The universe talks to all of us. We just need to know how to listen.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Mr. Prophet

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