quote by Zoroaster

Your good thoughts, good words and good deeds alone will be your intercessors. Nothing more will be wanted. They alone will serve you as a safe pilot to the harbour of Heaven, as a safe guide to the gates of paradise.

— Zoroaster

Restlessness Harbour quotations

Hatred, revenge, bitterness - these are negative emotions.

The person harbouring those emotions suffers more.

Harbour quote A ship in harbour is safe but thats not what ships are for.
A ship in harbour is safe but thats not what ships are for.

In a recent interview, General Norman Schwartzkof was asked if he thought there was room for forgiveness toward the people who have harboured and abetted the terrorists who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks on America. His answer..."I believe that forgiving them is God's function. Our job is simply to arrange the meeting.

When this war is over, the Japanese language will be spoken only in hell!

People often say that I'm curious about too many things at once.

.. But can you really forbid a man from harbouring a desire to know and embrace everything that surrounds him?

Any government that supports, protects or harbours terrorists is complicit in the murder of the innocent and equally guilty of terrorist crimes.

Crossing at a ford occurs often in a man's lifetime.

It means setting sail even though your friends stay in harbour, knowing the route, knowing the soundness of your ship and the favour of the day.

The Lady with the Lamp, the Statue of Liberty, stands in New York Harbour.

Her back is squarely turned on the USA. It’s no wonder, considering what she would have to look upon. She would weep, if she had to face this way.

I grew up in the suburbs of Sydney, an arid kind of place, but every day I took the ferry across the harbour to get to school. I'd watch the ships coming in and going out.

We will make no distinction between the terrorists who committed these acts and those who harbour them.

As for the imperialist countries, we should unite with their peoples and strive to coexist peacefully with those countries, do business with them and prevent any possible war, but under no circumstances should we harbour any unrealistic notions about them.

If we have reason to believe someone is preparing an attack against the U.

S., has developed that capability, harbours those aspirations, then I think the U.S. is justified in dealing with that, if necessary, by military force.

A ship in harbour is safe, but it's not fulfilling its potential

In the deserted harbour there is yet water that laps against the quays.

In the dark and silent forest, there is a leaf that falls. Behind the polished panelling the white ant eats away the wood. Nothing is ever quiet, except for fools

Most of us harbour a significant amount of subconscious fear about death, and act out of this fear in our daily lives.

Anyhow, a philosophical turn of thought now was not amiss, else one's patience would have given out almost at the harbour entrance. The term of her probation was eight days.

Some people harbour an awkward clash of feelings - homosexual attraction on the one hand and shame or embarrassment about that attraction on the other. It is well known that the mind struggles to sustain conflicting views.

The feeling of being an underdog, not belonging, is very much me.

You harbour a little feeling of resentment towards the 'upper dog'.

In political activity, then, men sail a boundless and bottomless sea;

there is neither harbour for shelter nor floor for anchorage, neither starting-place nor appointed destination. The enterprise is to keep afloat on an even keel.

Our ex-wifes always harbour secrets about us that make them irresistable.

Until, of course, we remember who we are and what we did and why we are not married anymore.

[Professor Pauling] confesses that he had harboured the feeling that sooner or later he would be the one to get the DNA structure; and although he was pleased with the double-helix, he 'rather wished the idea had been his'.

Harbour Island in the Bahamas is a wonderful little island with beautiful beaches, a great restaurant culture and friendly, welcoming atmosphere.

December 7, 1941. A date which will live in infamy.

No matter how dear you are to God, if pride is harboured in your spirit, He will whip it out of you. They that go up in their own estimation must come down again by His discipline

The child is small, and he includes the man;

the brain is narrow, and it harbours thought; the eye is but a point, and it covers leagues

Instead of decaying in a safe harbour, sail to the unsafe oceans!

Jealousy is one of the wickedest of all the passions.

It is that which has been the most fruitful mother of tragedies, murders, and wars. But reprehensible though it is, jealousy is almost rather to be pitied than blamed--its first victims are those who harbour the feeling.

There is no human failure greater than to launch a profoundly important endeavour and then leave it half done. This is what the West has done with its colonial system. It shook all the societies in the world loose from their old moorings. But it seems indifferent whether or not they reach safe harbour in the end.

My great love is my home county of Cornwall, I love to sit and watch people enjoying themselves on the beaches and in the harbour towns of Cornwall.

I had my first museum showing of my slide show in Rotterdam, in 1983.

I love Rotterdam. I love harbour cities in general.

I just crushed Stranger Things. It's got one of my favorite actors, David Harbour. And obviously Breaking Bad and stuff like that.

I would rather drown myself in the waters of the Sabarmati than harbour hate or animosity in my heart.

Many Canadian nationalists harbour the bizarre fear that should we ever reject royalty, we would instantly mutate into Americans, as though the Canadian sense of self is so frail and delicate a bud, that the only thing stopping it from being swallowed whole by the US is an English lady in a funny hat.

One flesh. Or if you prefer, one ship. The starboard engine has gone. I, the port engine, must chug along somehow till we make harbour. Or rather, till the journey ends.

It is that dream we carry that something miraculous will happen that it must happen - that time will open that the heart will open that doors will open and that the rock face will open that springs will gush forth - that the dream will open and that one morning we'll glide in to a harbour we didn't know was there.