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seeing Quotes

28 of the best book quotes about seeing
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“All the events of your past have formed a lens, or paradigm, through which you see the world. And since no one’s past is exactly like anyone else’s, no two people see alike.”
Sean Covey
author
Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens
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teenagers
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“The whole point of seeing through something is to see something through it.”
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“A wholly transparent world is an invisible world. To ‘see through’ all things is the same as not to see.”
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“for you to see beauty here does not mean there is beauty in me it means there is beauty rooted so deep within you you can’t help but see it everywhere”
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“You see, some things I can teach you. Some you learn from books. But there are things that, well, you have to see and feel.”
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“As for me: I loyally remained right where I was, remembering the first time I had ever seen the boy and then just now, the very last time—and all the times in between.”
The Dog
Ethan Montgomery
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See first, think later, then test. But always see first. Otherwise you will only see what you were expecting.
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“Bruno was sure that he had never seen a skinnier or sadder boy in his life but decided that he had better talk to him.”
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“I have to see a thing a thousand times before I see it once.”
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“I stood in that room for a long time, watching the sunlight and listening to the sounds on the street outside. I stood there, tasting the room and the sunlight and the sounds, and thinking of the long hospital ward. . . Somehow everything had changed. I had spent five days in a hospital and the world around seemed sharpened now and pulsing with life.”
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“You have become a small giant since the day Danny’s ball struck your eye. You do not see it. But I see it. And it is a beautiful thing to see.”
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“She waved at all the people on the train & later, when she saw they didn’t wave back, she started singing songs to herself & it went that way the whole day & she couldn’t remember having a better time in her life.”
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“You know, my eyes ain’t too good at all. I can’t see nothing but the general shape of things, so I got to rely on my heart. Why don’t you go on and tell me everything about yourself, so as I can see you with my heart.”
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“Seek and see all the marvels around you. You will get tired of looking at yourself alone, and that fatigue will make you deaf and blind to everything else. - Don Juan”
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“It means, my love, that I did not mean to show myself. Curdie is not yet able to believe some things. Seeing is not believing—it is only seeing.”
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“What you see reflects your thinking, and your thinking but reflects the choice of what you want to see.”
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“The Holy Spirit sees the world as a teaching device for bringing you home.”
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“All I see is sky for forever.”
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“The eye patch is a constant reminder that others don’t see the world the same way we do. Not yet, at least.”
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“It was the first time I had heard the truth of what happened that afternoon said in a voice that was not my own. Hearing what happened from Ann was like the difference between seeing your face in a mirror and seeing it in a photograph.”
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“When our emotions are engaged, we often have trouble seeing things as they are.”
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“I’ve never fallen in love right off the bat. I get scared to say I love you too soon because it means so much. It means you’re not seeing an end to things.”
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“But she’d seen it. There was no unseeing it.”
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“God sees us from the perspective of who He created us to be, but we too often see ourselves from our limitations instead of our possibilities.”
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“Red Bird, Red Bird, What do you see? I see a yellow duck looking at me.”
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She was strong from endless hard work, and not old: She’d given birth to me before she was seventeen, and when she held me I could see we had the same skin, although in other ways we were not much alike she having broad, placid features, while mine, I’d been told (for we had no mirrors in the remote mountain village of Mino), were finer, like a hawk’s.
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“It is red and pointy and I HAVE SEEN MY HAT.”
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“Excuse me, have you seen a rabbit wearing a hat?”

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