„Thought creates frontiers everywhere.“

Quelle: No Way Out (2002), Ch. 7: What Kind Of Human Being Do You Want?
Kontext: Thought creates frontiers everywhere. That's all it can do.... it is thought that has created the world; and you draw lines on this planet, "This is my country, that is your country". So how can there be unity between two countries? The very thing that is creating the frontiers and differences cannot be the means to bridge the different viewpoints. It is an exercise in futility.

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„The very thing that is creating the frontiers and differences cannot be the means to bridge the different viewpoints. It is an exercise in futility.“

—  U.G. Krishnamurti Indian philosopher 1918 - 2007

Quelle: No Way Out (2002), Ch. 7: What Kind Of Human Being Do You Want?
Kontext: Thought creates frontiers everywhere. That's all it can do.... it is thought that has created the world; and you draw lines on this planet, "This is my country, that is your country". So how can there be unity between two countries? The very thing that is creating the frontiers and differences cannot be the means to bridge the different viewpoints. It is an exercise in futility.

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„It is everywhere present, in habits, tastes, dress, thoughts and ideas.“

—  Emma Goldman anarchist known for her political activism, writing, and speeches 1868 - 1940

"The Individual, Society and the State" (1940) http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/goldman/works/1940/individual.htm
Kontext: The strongest bulwark of authority is uniformity; the least divergence from it is the greatest crime. The wholesale mechanisation of modern life has increased uniformity a thousandfold. It is everywhere present, in habits, tastes, dress, thoughts and ideas. Its most concentrated dullness is "public opinion." Few have the courage to stand out against it. He who refuses to submit is at once labelled "queer," "different," and decried as a disturbing element in the comfortable stagnancy of modern life.

„The classics of the ancient world are everywhere in the literature of the Revolution, but thet are everywhere illustrative, not determinative, of thought“

—  Bernard Bailyn, buch The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution

Quelle: The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution (1967), Chapter II, SOURCES AND TRADITIONS, p. 26.

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„The frontier that remains is is the interior one, the most forbidding and mysterious frontier.“

—  William Pfaff American journalist 1928 - 2015

Quelle: Barbarian Sentiments - How The American Century Ends (1989), Chapter 7, The Possibility of Extravagant Waste, p. 189.

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„Feeling creates thought, men willingly agree; but they will not so willingly agree that thought creates feeling, though this is scarcely less true.“

—  Nicolas Chamfort French writer 1741 - 1794

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„Liberty has restraints but no frontiers.“

—  David Lloyd George Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1863 - 1945

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„The Frontiers of England are the Coasts of the Enemy.“

—  John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher Royal Navy admiral of the fleet 1841 - 1920

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„My thoughts create my world -Marcus Flutie“

—  Megan McCafferty American novelist 1973

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„Life is wide, limitless. There is no border, no frontier.“

—  Bruce Lee Hong Kong-American actor, martial artist, philosopher and filmmaker 1940 - 1973

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„Where the frontier of science once was is now the centre.“

—  Georg Christoph Lichtenberg German scientist, satirist 1742 - 1799

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„Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God, though God does not owe it to any creature to give it this special orientation.“

—  Karl Rahner German Catholic theologian 1904 - 1984

Meditations on the Sacraments (1977), Introduction, p. xi.
Kontext: Grace is everywhere as an active orientation of all created reality toward God, though God does not owe it to any creature to give it this special orientation. Grace does not happen in isolated instances here and there in an otherwise profane and graceless world. It is legitimate, of course, to speak of grace-events which occur at discrete points in space and time. But then what we are really talking about is the existential and historical acceptance of this grace by human freedom. … Grace itself … is everywhere and always, even though a human being's freedom can sinfully say no to it, just as a human being's freedoms can protest against humankind itself. This immanence of grace in the conscious world always and everywhere does not take away the gratuity of grace, because God's immediacy out of self-giving love is not something anyone can claim as his or her due. The immanence of grace always and everywhere does not make salvation history cease to be history, because history is the acceptance of grace by the historical freedom of human beings and the history of spirit coming ever more to itself in grace.

„We are not trapped by our thoughts. What we generally do, however, is create thoughts that trap us.” (p.162)“

—  Joshua David Stone American writer 1953 - 2005

Quelle: A Beginner's Guide to the Path of Ascension (The Ascension Series)

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„The characteristic role of language with respect to thought is not to create a material phonic means for expressing ideas but to serve as a link between thought and sound,“

—  Ferdinand de Saussure, buch Cours de linguistique générale

Quelle: Cours de linguistique générale (1916), p. 112
Kontext: The characteristic role of language with respect to thought is not to create a material phonic means for expressing ideas but to serve as a link between thought and sound, under conditions that of necessity bring about the reciprocal delimitations of units. Thought, chaotic by nature, has to become ordered in the process of its decomposition. Neither are thoughts given material form nor are sounds transformed into mental entities; the somewhat mysterious fact is rather that "thought-sound" implies division, and that language works out its units while taking shape between two shapeless masses. Visualize the air in contact with a sheet of water; if the atmospheric pressure changes, the surface of the water will be broken up into a series of divisions, waves; the waves resemble the union or coupling of thought with phonic substance.

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