“Ye sacred nine”

— Alexander Pope, Selected Works, Share via Whatsapp

“If anything is sacred, the human body is sacred.”

— Walt Whitman, Share via Whatsapp

“Life is a sacred dream.”

— Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind, Share via Whatsapp

“Sacred life.”

— Lailah Gifty Akita, Pearls of Wisdom: Great mind, Share via Whatsapp

“The true poet is of the hero type, soaring above sensual gratification and rational formulas. The language of poetry has the potential for generating cosmic visions and the optimism of a regenerative belief system.”

— Fred Kaplan, Share via Whatsapp

“Life is a search of completeness. Only the supreme power is complete and whole. Directly or indirectly we search for Him whole life and perish. There is nothing more sacred than perishing in search of Him. So every life is sacred.”

— Shunya, Share via Whatsapp

“I guess I haven’t mentioned it before but I was, I am and I think I might always remain in love with you,” he said with such passion that I froze in surprise. He went on. “And just so you know, I am prepared to fight for you, regardless of whether or not you share my sentiments.”

— Farrah Naseem, Share via Whatsapp

“There is no less holiness at this time- as you are reading this- than there was on the day the Red Sea parted, or that day in the 30th year, in the 4th month, on the 5th day of the month as Ezekiel was a captive by the river Cheban, when the heavens opened and he saw visions of god. There is no whit less enlightenment under the tree at the end of your street than there was under Buddha’s bo tree…. In any instant the sacred may wipe you with its finger. In any instant the bush may flare, your feet may rise, or you may see a bunch of souls in trees.”

— Annie Dillard, For the Time Being, Share via Whatsapp

“To theology, ... only what it holds sacred is true, whereas to philosophy, only what holds true is sacred.”

— Ludwig Feuerbach, Lectures on the Essence of Religion, Share via Whatsapp

“In this moment, everything is sacred.”

— Ariel, Share via Whatsapp

“Every organized religion holds that certain behaviors, rituals, personalities, places, and/or books are sacred. These organized teachings are proper in their own place, but they are mere options for the one infused with devotion. To such a one, God is direct and spontaneous, providing him with an immediate source of guidance and direction. His relationship with God is not mediated through anyone or anything. (104)”

— Prem Prakash, The Yoga of Spiritual Devotion A Modern Translation of the Narada Bhakti Sutras, Share via Whatsapp

“Not matter what your sacred or religious book is, it s not how well you know the book, it s how well you re in alignment with the author.”

— Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience, Share via Whatsapp

“I have fallen in love with you Sasha Ava Stryker. I am afraid it is eternal and binding. I wanted to stake my claim on you tonight. To make you mine – for now and infinity to come.”

— Farrah Naseem, Share via Whatsapp

“I don t believe for a minute that the proof of God s existence is achieved. My faith prohibits me from believing that the proof of God s existence can ever be adduced. My God is not an object for verification, He is a subject for love. My faith is not knowledge, it is acceptance. It is a matter not of calculation but of trust.”

— Laurence Cossé, A Corner of the Veil, Share via Whatsapp

“Self-defense was an accepted motive for murder.”

— Farrah Naseem, Share via Whatsapp

“I felt somewhat like a fire hydrant – with everyone marking their territory around me.”

— Farrah Naseem, Share via Whatsapp

“Signý knew she would die a thousand deaths upon seeing another woman with him, bearing his children, raising them with him. All the while, Signý, caged in his dungeons, hearing all the painful details of his life with someone else, drowning in her own despair, her love for him turning to hatred. A more tragic life, she could not imagine.”

— Farrah Naseem, Share via Whatsapp