Aaron T. Beck Quotes
There is more on the surface than what our eyes can see.
Aaron T. Beck
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It is natural for us, as human beings, to look forward. Our eyes naturally look ahead. In this sense, we are made for moving toward a goal.
I see girls who are so skinny on the catwalks, and I know so many of them destroy their lives and their family's lives.
You see that it is not at all like Rodin... I share these only with you, don't show them.
Instead of looking outside of ourselves and counting potential enemies, fasting summons us to turn our glance inward, and to take the measure of our greatest challenge: the self, the ego, in our own eyes and as others see us.
When I first started, it was really an innocent response to the needs of women in rural areas. When we started planting trees to meet their needs, there was nothing beyond that. I did not see all the issues that I have to come to deal with.
You see a lot of us lingering around. We'll just stand there on the edge of the pool and kinda psych ourselves up into getting in.
Because I see my own boys growing, and I see other children growing and I just have such a connection.
Traveling is my form of self-education. Every stream I fish now is not as good as it used to be. Traveling is my form of self-education. Every stream I fish now is not as good as it used to be. If you keep your eyes open as you travel around, you realize we are destroying this planet.
I loved you, so I drew these tides of men into my handsand wrote my will across the sky in stars To gain you Freedom, the seven-pillared worthy house, that your eyes might be shining for meWhen I came.
T. E. Lawrence
Age, with his eyes in the back of his head, thinks it wisdom to see the bogs through which he has floundered.
And we recall, with a gleaming stab of sadness,Vaguely and incoherently, some dreamOf a world we came from, a world of sun-blue hills . . .A black wood whispers around us, green eyes gleam;Someone cries in the forest, and someone kills.
Public sector employees are the eyes and ears on the ground for the communities they serve.
James P. Hoffa