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Disease may be defined as 'A change produced in living things in consequence of which they are no longer in harmony with their environment.
Disease, then, is one of those bad experiences that turns information into knowledge and knowledge into wisdom. The bad experiences that make you love yourself and your body and the world. And make you know that you are in a game that has to have a happy ending.
We are the carriers of health and disease - either the divine health of courage and nobility or the demonic diseases of hate and anxiety
Healthy" and "diseased," as Susan Sontag points out ... are often subjective judgments that society makes for its own purposes. Women have long been defined as sick as a means of subjecting them to social control.
The disease which had thus entombed the lady in the maturity of youth, had left, as usual in all maladies of a strictly cataleptical character, the mockery of a faint blush upon the bosom and the face, and that suspiciously lingering smile upon the lip which is so terrible in death
One has the idea of a stupid man as perfectly healthy and ordinary, and of illness as making one refined and clever and unusual.
The diseases of the mind are more and more destructive than those of the body.
[Lat., Morbi perniciores pluresque animi quam corporis.]
Diabetes is a lousy, lousy disease.
Physical sickness we usually defy. Soul sickness we often resign ourselves to.
When [disease] can't be stopped, that's where we become lost.
Hunger (for things) is the supreme disease.
There's a sickness in my soul,
and I don't know,
but I've been told it's incurable
sickness of hope deferred,
Love is a diseased affection
Sickness is not just in the body, it could be in the mind, it could be in your intellect; it could be in the inhibitions of your intellect
Polite diseases make some idiots vain, Which, if unfortunately well, they feign.
He was raised without a proper diagnosis.
The sick in mind, and, perhaps, in body, are rendered more darkly and hopelessly so by the manifold reflection of their disease, mirrored back from all quarters in the deportment of those about them; they are compelled to inhale the poison of their own breath, in infinite repetition.
Sickness is poor-spirited, and cannot serve anyone; it must husband its resources to live. But health or fullness answers its own ends, and has to spare, runs over, and inundates the neighborhoods and creeks of other men's necessities.
The patient is the one with the disease
I'm sick with life, I'm rotten with health.
True, nervous, very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am, but why will say that I am mad?! The disease had sharpened my senses, not destroyed, not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute.
Feeble, I'd become afflicted
And my agony had no closure,
To love I'd become immune
Despite my abundant exposure
Disease is a manifestation of human thought because it is ideas, worldviews, and beliefs that create the conditions in which a society can be riddled with disease, strife, and poverty, or can continue in health and harmony.
Physical diseases, engendered in the vices and neglects of men, will seize on victims of all degrees; and the frightful moral disorder, born of unspeakable suffering, intolerable oppression, and heartless indifference, smote equally without distinction.
The present age is demented. It is possessed by a sense of dislocation, a loss of personal identity, an alternating sentimentality and rage which, in an individual patient, could be characterized as dementia.
Health is the natural condition. When sickness occurs, it is a sign that Nature has gone off course because of a physical or mental imbalance. The road to health for everyone is through moderation, harmony, and a 'sound mind in a sound body'.
Sickness occurs when we desire what we need and what's desirable with equal intensity, suffering our lack of perfection as if we were suffering for lack of bread.
For each of the four hundred and four bodily ailments celebrated physicians have produced infallible remedies, but the malady which brings the greatest distress to mankind - to even the wisest and cleverest of us - is the plague of poverty.
All sorts of bodily diseases are produced by half-used minds.
The healthy can't understand the emptied, the broken.
Every ill man hath his ill day.
What does it mean to be healthy? Heal Thy.
I have a sickness doctors can't cure,
Inexorably pulling me to the well of my destruction,
Consented to be a sacrifice, killed for her love,
Eager, like the drunk gulping wine mixed with poison,
Shameless were those my nights,
Yet my soul loved them beyond all passion.
The sickness of the individual is ultimately caused by and sustained by the sickness of his civilization
The body of the human world is sick. Its remedy and healing will be the oneness of the kingdom of humanity. Its life is the Most Great Peace. Its illumination and quickening is love. Its happiness is the attainment of spiritual perfections.
Disease is the tax which the soul pays for the body, as the tenant pays house-rent for the use of the house.
You are not subject to the systems or structures of this world, you belong to the kingdom of God, the kingdom of Glory, Prosperity, Beauty and Honor- where sickness is foreign.
Hmmm, very severe... Poor condition, heavy infection... Disarticulation... Oh no, no... Clearly broken... Mm-hmmm... All right, then, all's well, perfect health, clear to go.
Every physician almost hath his favourite disease.
Whatever pains disease may bring Are but the tangy seasoning To Loves delicious fare.
They are sick that surfeit with too much, as they that starve with nothing.
If man thinks about his physical or moral state he usually discovers that he is ill.
Disease of the home and of the life comes about in the same way as that of the body.
Ask not what disease the person has, but rather what person the disease has
The absence of disease is not health.
Often ill comes from the good, as good from ill.
Disease is nature's revenge for our destructiveness.
The sicknesses of the soul have their ups and downs like those of the body; what we take to be a cure is most often merely a respite or change of disease.
You have to be ill if you want to get better.
Diseases are the tax on pleasures.
The problem for a Paracelsian physician like me is that I see diseases as disguises in which people present me with their wretchedness.
Better to be blinde, then to see ill.
Sickness is the vengeance of nature for the violation of her laws.
I was sick with desire; that sickness better than health.
Disease is nothing else but an attempt on the part of the body to rid itself of morbific matter.
Man is ill because he is never still.
Sleep and watchfulness, both of them, when immoderate, constitute disease.
Objection, evasion, joyous distrust, and love of irony are signs of health; everything absolute belongs to pathology.
Aloft, he looked frail, diseased, and temperamental, as we expected a European to look.
Want and sickness are too common in many stations of life to deserve more notice than is usually bestowed on the most ordinary vicissitudes of human nature.
An affected health has come in contact with worry
Healthy people are invalids who don't know it.
The disease of philosophy. - Philosophy is itself the disease for which it pretends to be the cure: the wise man does not pursue wisdom but lives his life, and therein precisely does his wisdom lie.
Illness can make us behave in the most surprising ways.
Art is a kind of illness.
Ourselves are to ourselves the cause of ill.
This disease of curiosity.
Diseases of the mind impair the bodily powers.
condition of the woman
Check disease in its approach.
It is not your fault; you are ill. And the name of your illness is: FANCY.
I felt physically weak and broken down, but my worse ailment was an unutterable wretchedness of mind; a wretchedness which kept drawing from me silent tears.
What's wrong with you? Are you ill? I forbid you to be ill, wife.
The physician must have at his command a certain ready wit, as dourness is repulsive both to the healthy and the sick.
You said that you are ill... but from from what?
Sick in the world's regard, wretched and low.
The NIH syndrome (Not Invented Here) is a disease.
I've always enjoyed poor health.
An illness is like a journey into a far country; it sifts all one's experience and removes it to a point so remote that it appears like a vision.
Sometimes it takes a wake-up call, doesn't it, to alert us to the fact that we're hurrying through our lives instead of actually living them; that we're living the fast life instead of the good life. And I think, for many people, that wake-up call takes the form of an illness.
I was ill before I fell ill.
Disease [is] as one of our languages. Doctors understand what disease has to say about itself. It's up to the person with the disease to understand what the disease has to say to her.
To think too much is a disease.
The author would like to acknowledge: That disease and its treatment are
Being an only child is a disease in itself.
Sickness is a problem for the body, not the mind - unless the mind decides that it is a problem. Lameness, too, is the body's problem, not the mind's. Say this to yourself whatever the circumstance and you will find without fail that the problem pertains to something else, not to you.
The body is a cell state in which every cell is a citizen. Disease is merely the conflict of the citizens of the state brought about by the action of external forces.
What wild desires, what restless torments seize
The hapless man, who feels the book-disease..."
It is difficult to escape from the prevailing disease of one's generation.
Oh, wearisome condition of humanity,
Born under one law, to another bound;
Vainly begot, and yet forbidden vanity,
Created sick, commanded to be sound.
Man becomes weak or ill by accident as a consequence of the lack of resources. Even the most severally ill patients must be treated with the aim of restoring their health.
Modern man is sick because he is not whole.
How clearly I have seen my condition, yet how childishly I have acted. How clearly I still see it, and yet show no sign of improvement.
A bodily disease which we look upon as whole and entire within itself, may after all, be but a symptom of some ailment in the spiritual part.
Sick unto death, I think they call it
You aren't ill: it is just that you are made of second-rate materials.
When a man is ill his very goodness is sickly.
There is no sickness problem. There is simply a problem of the believer's coming to know his inheritance in Christ.
By and by, the cause of my disease
Gives me a pang that inwardly doth sting,
When that I think what grief it is again
To live and lack the thing should rid my pain.