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human body Quotes

22 of the best book quotes about human body
  1. #1
    “We human beings don’t realize how great God is. He has given us an extraordinary brain and a sensitive loving heart. He has blessed us with two lips to talk and express our feelings, two eyes which see a world of colors and beauty, two feet which walk on the road of life, two hands to work for us, a nose which smells the beauty of fragrance, and two ears to hear the words of love.”
  2. #2
    “It’s a rule of ecology,” Kynes said, “that the young Master appears to understand quite well. The struggle between life elements is the struggle for the free energy of a system. Blood’s an efficient energy source.”
  3. #3
    “Emotion arises at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body’s reaction to your mind — or you might say, a reflection of your mind in the body.”
  4. #4
    “Body and soul ... fit so well together
    yet they are eternally in contention.”
  5. #5
    “[L]et no one rule your mind or body.”
  6. #6
    “Think little of thy flesh: blood, bones, and a skin; a pretty piece of knit and twisted work, consisting of nerves, veins and arteries; think no more of it, than so.”
  7. #7
    “Man is preoccupied with freedom yet laden with handicaps. The breadth of his activity and experience is narrowed by the limitations of his relatively weak, sluggish body.”
  1. #8
    My body is but the lees of my better being.
  2. #9
    The body—the cage—is everything of the most respectable—but through the bars, the wild animal looks out.
  3. #10
    “There was a clock, high up in the sun, and I thought about how, when you dont want to do a thing, your body will try to trick you into doing it, sort of unawares.”
  4. #11
    “He who knows that this body is like froth, and has learnt that it is as unsubstantial as a mirage, will break the flower-pointed arrow of Mara, and never see the king of death.”
  5. #12
    “The human heart . . . tells us that we are more alike than we are unalike.”
  6. #13
    “I used to think of my body as an instrument, of pleasure, or a means of transportation, or an implement for the accomplishment of my will . . . Now the flesh arranges itself differently. I’m a cloud, congealed around a central object, the shape of a pear, which is hard and more real than I am and glows red within its translucent wrapping.”
  7. #14
    “I saw him open his mouth wide. . . as though he had wanted to swallow all the air, all the earth, all the men before him.”

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  1. #15
    “The devil’s agents may be of flesh and blood, may they not?”
  2. #16
    “In anatomy lab, we objectified the dead, literally reducing them to organs, tissues, nerves, muscles. On that first day, you simply could not deny the humanity of the corpse . . . Anatomy lab, in the end, becomes less a violation of the sacred and more something that interferes with happy hour, and that realization discomfits. In our rare reflective moments, we were all silently apologizing to our cadavers, not because we sensed the transgression but because we did not.”
  3. #17
    “That’s my point. Body and soul. Two different things, in my case.”
  4. #18
    “Every member serves the whole body, either to its health or to its detriment.”
  5. #19
    “We are members of a body, not only when we choose to be, but in our whole existence.”
  6. #20
    “Case fell into the prison of his own flesh.”
  7. #21
    “Life is a very wonderful thing,” said Dr. Branom in a like very holy goloss. “The processes of life, the make-up of the human organism, who can fully understand these miracles…”
  8. #22
    “People get stuck, thinking they are one kind of person, but they aren’t . . . The human body essentially recreates itself every six months. Nearly every cell of hair and skin and bone dies and another is directed to its former place. You are not who you were in February.”
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