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A Quote by David Berlinski on computer, dream, transformation, material, and life

For all the great dreams profitlessly invested in the digital computer, it is nonetheless true that not since the framers of the American Constitution took seriously the idea that all men are created equal has an idea so transformed the material conditions of life, the expectations of the race.

David Berlinski

Source: The Advent of the Algorithm: The 300-Year Journey from an Idea to the Computer, Pages: xiv

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Ken Wilber on dream and emptiness

When you realise it's a dream you can afford to play. The same thing happens when you realise that ordinary life is a dream, just a movie, just a play. You don't become more cautious, more timid, more reserved. You start jumping up and down and doing flips, precisely because it's all a dream, it's all pure Emptiness. You don't feel less, you feel more - because you can afford to. You are no longer afraid of dying, and therefore you are not afraid of living. You become radical and wild, intense and vivid, shocking and silly. You let it all come pouring through, because it's all your dream.
Life then assumes its true intensity, its vivid luminosity, its radical effervescence."

Ken Wilber

Contributed by: Antara

A Quote by Neil Angelo on dream and passion

"Live the life you want (dream), by doing the things you love (passion)..."

Neil Angelo

Source: Neil Angelo

Contributed by: Neilskie

A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on communication, solitude, dream, child, reverie, tranquility, and childhood

How is it possible not to feel that there is communication between our solitude as a dreamer and the solitudes of childhood? And it is no accident that, in a tranquil reverie, we often follow the slope which returns us to our childhood solitudes.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 99

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A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on idela, reverie, memory, dream, and love

Nothing is forgotten in the processes of idealization. Reveries of idealization develop, not by letting oneself be taken in by memories, but by constantly dreaming the values of a being whom one would love. And that is the way a great dreamer dreams his double. His magnified double sustains him.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 88

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on reverie, dream, and anima

Here we are at the very core of the thesis we wish to defend in the present essay: reverie is under the sign of the anima. When the reverie is truly profound, the being who comes to dream within us is our anima. For a philosopher who takes his inspiration from phenomenology, a reverie on reverie is very exactly a phenomenology of the anima, and it is by coordinating reveries on reverie that he hopes to constitute a "Poetics of reverie". In other words, the poetics of reverie is a poetics of the anima.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 62

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Susan Goodwin-Knol on growth, seek, and dream

Only as high as I can reach can I grow, only as far as I can seek can I go, only as deep as I can look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be

Susan Goodwin-Knol

Contributed by: Rachel Dawn

A Quote by Paulo Coelho on dream, fear, and failure

There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.

Paulo Coelho

Source: The Alchemist: A Fable About Following Your Dream, Pages: 149

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A Quote by unknown on risk, care, dream, expect, and excellence

Risk more than others think is safe, care more than others think is wise, dream more than others think is practical, expect more than others think is possible.

unknown

Source: Cadet Maxim

Contributed by: ESK

A Quote by Harriet Tubman on vision, dream, patience, tenacity, visionary, freedom, and passion

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.

Harriet Tubman (1820? - 1913)

Contributed by: Laurie

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