„There is a love of wild Nature in everybody, an ancient mother-love ever showing itself whether recognized or no, and however covered by cares and duties.“

—  John Muir

July 1890, page 315
John of the Mountains, 1938

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John Muir fénykép
John Muir2
1838 - 1914

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Stanisław Leszczyński fénykép
Louise Erdrich fénykép
Julian of Norwich fénykép

„This fair lovely word Mother, it is so sweet and so close in Nature of itself that it may not verily be said of none but of Him; and to her that is very Mother of Him and of all.“

—  Julian of Norwich English theologian and anchoress 1342 - 1416

Summations, Chapter 60
Kontextus: This fair lovely word Mother, it is so sweet and so close in Nature of itself that it may not verily be said of none but of Him; and to her that is very Mother of Him and of all. To the property of Motherhood belongeth natural love, wisdom, and knowing; and it is good: for though it be so that our bodily forthbringing be but little, low, and simple in regard of our spiritual forthbringing, yet it is He that doeth it in the creatures by whom that it is done. The Kindly, loving Mother that witteth and knoweth the need of her child, she keepeth it full tenderly, as the nature and condition of Motherhood will. And as it waxeth in age, she changeth her working, but not her love. And when it is waxen of more age, she suffereth that it be beaten in breaking down of vices, to make the child receive virtues and graces. This working, with all that be fair and good, our Lord doeth it in them by whom it is done: thus He is our Mother in Nature by the working of Grace in the lower part for love of the higher part. And He willeth that we know this: for He will have all our love fastened to Him. And in this I saw that all our duty that we owe, by God’s bidding, to Fatherhood and Motherhood, for God’s Fatherhood and Motherhood is fulfilled in true loving of God; which blessed love Christ worketh in us. And this was shewed in all and especially in the high plenteous words where He saith: It is I that thou lovest.

„Whether or not you love television, you've got to admit that it certainly loves itself.“

—  Mignon McLaughlin American journalist 1913 - 1983

The Complete Neurotic's Notebook (1981), Unclassified

Rick Riordan fénykép
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Melanie Klein fénykép

„Feelings of love and gratitude arise directly and spontaneously in the baby in response to the love and care of his mother.“

—  Melanie Klein British psychoanalyst 1882 - 1960

Klein (1937, p. 311) as cited in: David Mann (2013) Love and Hate: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. p. 79

David Levithan fénykép
Kurt Cobain fénykép

„She loves him more than he will ever know
He loves her more than he will ever show“

—  Kurt Cobain American musician and artist 1967 - 1994

Swap Meet.
Song lyrics, Bleach (1989)

Zooey Deschanel fénykép

„I don't wanna' wonder whether you love me
I don't wanna' wonder whether you care“

—  Zooey Deschanel American actress, musician, and singer-songwriter 1980

"Take It Back".
She & Him : Volume One (2008)

Ayn Rand fénykép
L. Ron Hubbard fénykép

„The subject of philosophy is very ancient. The word means: "The love, study or pursuit of wisdom, or of knowledge of things and their causes, whether theoretical or practical."“

—  L. Ron Hubbard American science fiction author, philosopher, cult leader, and the founder of the Church of Scientology 1911 - 1986

All we know of science or of religion comes from philosophy. It lies behind and above all other knowledge we have or use.
My Philosophy (1965) http://www.foundingchurchdc.org/dc/ref/philo/index.htm.

Molière fénykép

„The more we love our friends, the less we flatter them;
It is by excusing nothing that pure love shows itself.“

—  Molière, The Misanthrope

Plus on aime quelqu'un, moins il faut qu'on le flatte:
À rien pardonner le pur amour éclate.
Act II, sc. iv
Le Misanthrope (1666)

George Eliot fénykép
Maria Montessori fénykép

„To stimulate life, leaving it free, however, to unfold itself, that is the first duty of the educator.“

—  Maria Montessori Italian pedagogue, philosopher and physician 1870 - 1952

Forrás: The Discovery of the Child (1948), Ch. 8 : The Exercises, p. 141
Variant translation:
This then is the first duty of an educator: to stir up life but leave it free to develop.
Kontextus: This is our mission: to cast a ray of light and pass on. I compare the effects of these first lessons the impressions of a solitary wanderer who is walking serene and happy in a shady grove, meditating; that is leaving his inner thought free to wander. Suddenly a church bell pealing out nearby recalls to himself; then he feels more keenly that peaceful bliss which had already been born, though dormant, within him.
To stimulate life, leaving it free, however, to unfold itself, that is the first duty of the educator.
For such a delicate mission great art is required to suggest the right moment and to limit intervention, last one should disturb or lead astray rather than help the soul which is coming to life and which will live by virtue of it's own efforts.
This art must accompany the scientific method, because the simplicity of our lessons bears a great resemblance to experiments in experimental psychology.

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