Nature Quotes

To be a well-flavored man is the gift of fortune, but to write or read comes by nature.

William Shakespeare

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.

Henry Ward Beecher

Nature makes only dumb animals. We owe the fools to society.

Honore de Balzac

Many people are blind to trust, not so much to its benefits as to its nature and the practices that make it possible.

Robert C. Solomon

Every generation thinks it has the answers, and every generation is humbled by nature.

Phillip Lubin

Marriage, like death, is a debt we owe to nature.

Julia Ward Howe

When we understand that man is the only animal who must create meaning, who must open a wedge into neutral nature, we already understand the essence of love. Love is the problem of an animal who must find life, create a dialogue with nature in order to experience his own being.

Ernest Becker

Agricultural practice served Darwin as the material basis for the elaboration of his theory of Evolution, which explained the natural causation of the adaptation we see in the structure of the organic world. That was a great advance in the knowledge of living nature.

Trofim Lysenko

A misery is not to be measured from the nature of the evil, but from the temper of the sufferer.

Adam Deadmarsh

There was a Republican majority of the Senate, and it tempered the nature of the nominations being made.

Spencer Abraham

The scupltor does not work for the anatomist, but for the common observer of life and nature.

Bayard Ruskin

Only nature knows how to justly proportion to the fault the punishment it deserves.

Percy Bysshe Shelley

Wherever a man may happen to turn, whatever a man may undertake, he will always end up by returning to the path which nature has marked out for him.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

To pass from estrangement from God to be a son of God is the basic fact of conversion. That altered relationship with God gives you an altered relationship with yourself, with your brother man, with nature, with the universe.

E. Stanley Jones

The relative property of the Son is to be begotten, that is, so to proceed from the Father as to be a participant of the same essence and perfectly carry on the Father's nature.

William Ames
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