What does the quote whoever has walked with truth generates life mean?
It means that if you yell the truth your awesomme(: jusst kidding.
it means that if your hoanast you could live longer in Mesatopia! (:
it means that if your hoanast you could live longer in Mesatopia! (:
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Death is not the end. You will live forever after you pass on from this mortal existence. God created us in His own image, which means we are spiritual beings with a body and a soul. The soul, being simple, lives forever, in other words, it survives death and exists for eternity (i.e. a VERY LONG ti…me: forever). This life on earth is a VERY SHORT "testing" period in which we get to choose where we are going to live eternally: either in everlasting happiness with God in heaven, or in everlasting torment in @#!*% with emptiness and nothing. ( Full Answer )
A quote by Petrarch A good death does honor to a whole life. Petrarch - "To Laura in Life" From the Christian perspective: how we die is all that counts! The state our soul is in when we die is how we will be judged. You may lead a good life, but fall at the last minute making your entire lif…e worthless as you will end up in hell, the devil saves his best temptations for our deathbed, and the only way that we get through that is to become good Christians totally dependent on God so that we turn to Him in all our needs. ( Full Answer )
The truth of life is to do well and have a wonderful life in the furture
What is the meaning of the quote Man will occasionally stumble over the truth but most of the time he will pick himself up and continue on?
It means that people often ignore inconvenient facts or truths , which force them to think about something they take for granted as correct or are sure of something being unquestionably right ,or shake their beliefs or sense of right/wrong . Hence they continue on their old beliefs or moral values a…s if they never discovered the uncomfortable truth rather than deal with the trouble of re-aligning one's stand or change earlier beliefs. ( Full Answer )
The real meaning of life is that you were created by God to have a relationship with Him and with other humans, and He made a way for you to come to Him through Jesus Christ. That is the real truth.
A general truth is a statement of fact regarding something that is measurable, demonstrable, and real. The term 'truth' in this context is defined as the 'general agreement' or consensus of those making the determination of validity, however, it does not require unanimous agreement to be consider…ed a statement of truth. In comparison, we have 'absolute truth'. Absolute truth would be the knowledge of all things, their origins, and the purposes of all things. Currently, it is impossible to know 'absolute truth', but only general truths. Those making claims of absolute truth, such as those claiming to know the origins of matter and life, gods, the supernatural, the universal purpose of life and matter, are not being intellectually honest until they can provide proof of their claims. ( Full Answer )
What does this quote mean- Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people?
I'll try to answer it as best I can. First, realize that nature abhors a vacuum, and if one person chooses not to think for them self, then naturally, someone else is going to think for them. The real power and freedom is found when one is not subject to another, but rather, is a steward unto ones s…elf. This is where "Knowledge is Power" comes into play. It doesn't only mean that with knowledge comes opportunities, but with knowledge comes the ability to be truly free instead of being subject to another. ( Full Answer )
GET FIRED FROM A JOB He got his walking papers - he got fired. A slang, first used in 1835 refering to the written note that is given to someone during the dismissal
Here's an interesting one: Life is like writing with a pen. You can cross out your past but you cannot erase it. - Anonymous Here are some funny qutes about life Life's more amusing than we thought. ~ Andrew Lang A man should control his life. Mine is controlling me. ~ Rudolph Valentino … In the game of life, it's a good idea to have a few early losses, which relieves you of the pressure of trying to maintain an undefeated season. ~ Bill Vaughan To solve the human equation, we need to add love, subtract hate, multiply good, and divide between truth and error. ~Janet Coleman Life... is like a grapefruit. It's orange and squishy, and has a few pips in it, and some folks have half a one for breakfast. ~ Douglas Adams I look at life as a gift of God. Now that he wants it back I have no right to complain. ~Joyce Cary What if life really is just a bowl of cherries? ~Unknown Here Are Some Best Quotes to live by Worrying is like a rocking chair: it gives you something to do, but doesn't get you anywhere. ~ Van Wilder At one point in your life you either have the thing you want or the reasons why you don't. ~ Andy Roddick Every day, it's important to ask and answer these questions: "What's good in my life?" and "What needs to be done?" ~ Nathaniel Branden A life without cause is a life without effect. ~ Barbarella There is only one success, to be able to spend your life in your own way. ~ Christopher Morley The ultimate measure of man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ( Full Answer )
well... A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM. the whole quote reads: "And yet, to say the truth, reason and love keep little company together nowadays." act III scene i
It means that life itself is made up of challenges; that to live is to experience problems.
Never judge a man until you have walked two moons in his moccasins. . Everyone has their own agenda. . In the course of a life time, what does it matter. . You can't keep the birds of sadness from flying over your head, but you can keep them from nesting in your hair. . We never know the wor…th of the water until the well is dry. ( Full Answer )
What is the meaning of the quote if truth is beauty how come no one has their hair done in a library?
Well, it's rather obscure! It sounds like some profound 'words of wisdom' with an attempt at humor added. A philosophical puzzle that someone has just made up on the spot. However, let's unravel it! First of all, is truth beauty? That's a thought! Truth is an interesting and sometimes rare comm…odity. Sometimes one has to search hard to find it! When found, it is like a thing of beauty! It has an appeal, with truth we know where we stand, but untruth and lies lead to uncertainty and confusion. On the basis of truth we can make sound decisions, so truth enables progress. So truth is truly a thing of beauty, to be treasured, protected, appreciated. OK. Let's move to the library. A library is a store of information, often in 'book' form. The three main functions of books are to educate, entertain and to inform. To be of any practical benefit, it would be reasonable to assume that books that inform and educate are 'truthful'. So, in one way, a library is a store of truth. And, if truth is beauty, then a library is a treasure-house of beauty! The next element of the saying is the matter of hairdressing. Head hair is an interesting feature of humans, male or female On most healthy humans it continually grows, falls out and regrows. In many cultures hair is attended to with great care. For some, the matter of hair is of no importance, but the fact that 'hair' is a 'moving target' as it were, it lends itself to being continually shaped, colored and styled, partly for functional reasons but also for aesthetic ( concern for beauty ) reasons! So! At this stage in our analysis we see that 'hair' is very closely associated with 'beauty', as are books! Then the 'philosopher' makes what appears to be a logical deduction, which goes along these lines... . If truth is beauty, and books are truth, then books are beauty. . If truth is beauty, then beauty is truth. . And, as hair is beauty, then hair is also truth, having much in common with books! . This being so, 'Why don't people go to libraries to have their hair done?' However, this question alone, without any preceding 'trick of logic' i.e. in its form: 'Why don't people go to libraries to have their hair done?' can be answered very easily. The answer is obviously not dependent on the conditional 'If' statement which has been added to form the conundrum posed. The composer of the 'puzzle' is making use of metaphor ('truth is beauty') and false 'logic' to propound this 'quasi-intellectual' and perplexing and amusing riddle. ( Full Answer )
I am not going to die, I'm going home like a shooting star. . there u go lolz
I think this means like you will never understand yourself until you know the truth in life. Answer: I think it means " the truth will set you free." Most of us always run away when it comes to the truth, so instead of facing the truth, we do hide from it and that's when you become not finding …yourself. Answer: While both contributions above have an element of the right answers, they are goth a bit linear. Very few people ever discover the "truth in life." Primarily because the truth in life is different for everyone. There are currently 7.5 billion different truths in life in the world, and the number is growing. I'm reminded of the movie City Slickers , staring Billy Crystal and Jack Palance. Palance plays a crusty old cowboy named CurlyWashburn. Crystal's character, Mitch Robbins, and Curly have endless verbal fencing matches but one comes to mind where Mitch asks curly what is important in life. Curly holds up a twisted, leather gloved hand and extends his index finger. Mitch looks confused and asks, "What's that?" Curly tells him, "There's only one thing in life that is important." Mitch still confused continues to question Curly. "What's the one thing?" curly turns to him and gargles, "You have to find that our for yourself." It's a movie I know, but wisdom can come from anywhere. While the "truth will set you free," that in itself is the result of the original quote, "You never find yourself until you face the truth." In essence you have to know where you came from and face the reality of that before you can know who you truly are. None of is defined by our origins. None of is defined by what others have done to us, or the experiences of our lives, or what we know, or what we have done, or the places we have visited, or the jobs we have done. We are, however defined by it all. We are not the sum of all these parts, but they can be a reflection of the true person especially when looked at in light of how we reacted or responded to every single element. ( Full Answer )
What does this quote mean every individual is capable of discovering this higher truth on his or her own through intuition.?
it means anyone can find the truth about life. They have to do it on their on though.
It literally means what it says...Repeating a lie does not make it turn into a truth. A lie is still a lie.
What is the meaning of the quote All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered the point is to discover them by Galileo?
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them. -Galileo Galilei . Means the move twards scientific thought during the Renaissance . (Guess what)* . This is the right answer, and i feel smart now (: . CNV- 8th Grade. . --> Woohooo
because he who walks with a hurry "needs" to do something if you dont its more dignified cuz you are being...... i guess you could say modest.
Tome Pires made this comment in his book Suma Oriental (1512-15), during his voyage to Southeast Asia after the Portuguese conquest of Malacca. In it he inferred that the narrow Straits of Malacca controlled so much of the trade passing from East to West, that anyone who dominates the passage contro…ls the flow of lucrative goods into Europe as well. This was at a time when Venice profited most from the Asia-Europe trade. But the saying rings true today, although for 'Malacca' we would more rightly say 'Singapore', while 'Venice' could be seen to represent the West more generally. ( Full Answer )
These were words spoken by Jesus, who was explaining that those who believe in Him are spiritually satisfied and have satiated the inner soul cravings.
The quote claims that it is impossible to find truth through our perceptions; however that is an oxymoron since the statement itself implies itself to be a truth while denying the possibility of truth.
People will lie and if you speak the truth which is hard for most people to do you are shaming the devil who is the father of lies.Satan knows that if you can lie rather than speak the truth human nature is to lie. Where as we get the saying tell the truth and same the devil.
It's easier to attack a truth with fiction than with reality because the writer avoids scrutiny and persecution. Ex- Miller attacking Communism with The Crucible.
you have not lived your life to the fullest potential because fear has been the obstacle holding you back, and so a life half lived.
This is a great quote referring to the fact that your life may be long, but that doesn't matter. What matters is that you lived a life that was meaningful and fulfilled your purpose. After you die, nothing you have on this earth will matter. All that will matter is what your life did to prepare you …for eternity. ( Full Answer )
Well like you probably know the whole poem is talking about how people get caught up or they don't know what they're doing or something. It could mean that we always recognize the ones we love before we even realize it. True love only happens when someone is vulnerable, and love excludes wanting pow…er over someone, or wanting to feel good about yourself. Or thinking much at all, according to the whole poem. So this last line wraps it up. Real affection isn't logical, it's emotional. ( Full Answer )
Whether you wake up thinking your an orange or whether you think every day is another city with ugly buildings.
Pandarus says this in Act III Scene 1 of Troilus and Cressida. Pandarus (who has been acting as the sexual go-between between Troilus and Cressida and who is basically a pimp) has just finished singing an incredibly obscene and filthy song to Paris, who is dallying with Helen of Troy in the Trojan p…alace while the Trojan warriors are out on the battlefield fighting the Greeks. Paris says "He eats nothing but doves, love, and that breeds hot blood, and hot blood begets hot thoughts, and hot thoughts beget hot deeds, and hot deeds is love." Doves, it would seem, are an aphrodisiac. Pandarus replies "Is this the generation of love? hot blood, hot thoughts, and hot deeds? Why, they are vipers: is love a generation of vipers?" He means "Is this what generates love?" He then refers to a phrase used in the King James Bible, (three times in St. Matthew's Gospel and once in St. Luke's) a "generation of vipers". This means in the Bible, either a generation as we would understand it or the offspring of vipers. But here he has just talked about the process of generation (hot blood, hot thoughts, and hot deeds) of love and then asks if the next step is from love to vipers. This doesn't make much sense unless you remember that vipers are snakes and think about what someone with an incurably dirty mind thinks of when you start talking about snakes. Hot blood makes hot thoughts which makes hot deeds which makes love and that makes . . . you know what. It's a filthy play. Don't even try to get started on the song he sung just before. ( Full Answer )
I don't think there really is a "point" or "meaning" to life. Because for animals the only thing that seems important is the need to reproduce and carry on the population. But I also think that you should live your life as well, fun, crazy, full, as possible. Because you have this one life, that you… were somehow given. I am a Christian, but I don't think there is a single meaning. I think you are just supposed to live your life, and make what you can of it. And as a Christian, I would love to say that the meaning of life should revolve around God, but I don't think it should work that way, and if it was, God would have made us that way, but we were given the ability to love, learn, create, and imagine. So just be yourself, no matter who you are, or who may not accept you. ( Full Answer )
To actually listen is to taken knowledge of something and then use it or respond to it, so basically what the person meant was if a person takes in and uses what they hear about the Bible, then they too will want to spread the knowledge they have received. They in turn would too become a witness in …order to help in the preaching work. ( Full Answer )
It means that to the writer music makes life meaningful and he could not live without it.
I think that has something to do with those jelly sex bracelets where a boy snaps the bracelet. Each color has their own meaning and if you are wearing that color you're willing to do it....
It means a that only a life spent helping others is a life worth living, or a life helping others in need is a good life. . Catholic Answer Christianity boils down to living a life for others. Jesus told us that we have to see Him in every single person in front of us, and treat them as Himsel…f. A priest told a friend of mine, in confession: Humility is not thinking less of oneself but it is thinking of oneself less. We can not be saved if we are not humble. ( Full Answer )
Faith to truth is a broad term that can have many meanings, the best answer would come from the person who ask the question. For me it is about the transition, the space between the superficial world of superstition or mystery to the reality of someones personal and perceived truth. For example I be…lieve in a "higher power" aka God. My belief is centered around my up-bringing as well as my own personal investigation of truth. This belief is call "faith". Other faith look like heaven and hell, angles and demons, pearly gates and the gates of hell. It's all anchored in Faith. Truth is seeing and being there. Truth comes not from your up-bringing or personal investigation, nor does it jump off the pages of a holy book or off the lips of another human being. Truth is the reality of life and after-life. In that you added the word "from" in your question indicates that you are asking about the process and/or transition of getting from one place to another. That journey is called life and the lessons learned. The journey is not merely a physical action but, in my humble faith-filled perspective, a spirit journey as well. Faith is the practice, coaches, books and visualization associated with making a basketball go in to the hoop, truth is the ball going in and through the hoop. Enjoy the Journey! ( Full Answer )
Value of any item depends on it's need . Greater the need more value one is willing to pay . Like a glass of water for someone without it and lost on a desert .
A modern translation of the ancient Greek words makes itunderstandable: Life without analytical thought in unfit for a humanbeing.
It basically means you have to leave each day as it comes and don't second guess yourself. You have to take everything for granted and live life to the fullest. If you live it in fear you will never fully live your life and it'll be a life half wasted.
"Truth fears no questions" because no matter how the truth is questioned it wont chance the fact that it still is the truth. If something happened and person asked you if you're sure, then it would still have happened no matter if that person believes it or not
You make a living ( income) by what you get ( a good job, steady employment) but you make a life by what you give. ( giving/helping others brings a purpose and/or meaning to most people's lives.)
What are the examples of proverbs that expresses general truths and observations about life and nature?
A good thing is never too late. The quiet person is slow to anger but terrible when aroused. A good woman is worth more than rubies.
I think it means don't judge someone unless you have bean in his position for at least 2 months
It meant that "Whoever is not teaching against what Messiah was teaching, is for us, even if they were not walking with them". It was in reference to others teaching in the name of Yeshua (jesus) and teaching his teachings, but were not physically walking with Yeshua and his group.
prejudice is where someone assumes something about someone and it may not be true. Therefore, "Prejudice obscures the truth," means that thinking someone always fits a stereotype is probably not true.
You create the story of your life as you decide or do or do not do various things throughout your life.
What does Jackie Robinson quote means a life is not important except the impact it has on other life?
it means it's not about what you did, but what did u do for other people
In Luke 14:26 Jesus told those who followed Him that in order to be true disciples, they must love Him supremely. . Luke 14 v.26 [KJ] If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my discip…le. . He did not suggest that people should have bitter hatred in their hearts toward father, mother, wife, children, brothers and sisters. That is forbidden by the 5th Commandment:- . Exodus 20 12 [KJ] Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee. . The word "hate" is used figuratively to stress that God is to be loved more than family or self. He was emphasizing that love for Christ must be greater than all other loves. Even family ties must ever be allowed to deflect a disciple from a pathway of full obedience to the Lord. Other versions make this clearer: . Luke 14: 26 [GW] "If people come to me and are not ready to abandon their fathers, mothers, wives, children, brothers, and sisters, as well as their own lives, they cannot be my disciples. . Luk 14:26 [CEV] You cannot be my disciple, unless you love me more than you love your father and mother, your wife and children, and your brothers and sisters. You cannot come with me unless you love me more than you love your own life. . Luk 14:26 [GN]"Those who come to me cannot be my disciples unless they love me more than they love father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, and themselves as well. . Compare Luke 14:26 in the King James with a similar verse in Matthew . Mat 10:37 He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. . .... ( Full Answer )
A better translation of his words is 'do your best, and the day maycome when you will understand'.
To stake ones life means to put it at risk. Truth is harder to define. Roughly it means not false, but some see truth in aesthetics, in beauty, in some ideal, in perfection, in doing what is "right".
Jesus said in John 14:6, "I am the way, the truth, and the life.No one come to the Father except by Me". . Jesus is the way to eternal life. He is the One who came fromGod and died on the cross of Calvary to pay for your sin. No otherperson could or can do this. . Jesus is all truth. He is sinless… and cannot lie. He is the Sonof God. The Bible tells us of a coming Messiah to rule and reign.Jesus Christ is that Messiah. . Jesus is the life, He is the one who gives life, eternallife. ( Full Answer )