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Mystery is truth's dancing partner.
SECRET is not a mystery, it is analization.
Mystery is not profoundness.
Some mysteries are meant to stay that way.
Life is a great mystery.
A Mystery in short is an invitation to the mind. For it means that there is an inexhaustible well of Truth from which the mind may drink and drink again in the certainty that the well will never run dry, that there will always be water for the mind's thirst.
That's the thing about mysteries, they shake your entire world.
The truth is in the mystery.
It is Mystery - the mystery any one man or woman can feel but not understand as the meaning of any event - or accident - in any life on earth ...
As Dennis Covington has written, "Mystery is not the absence of meaning, but the presence of more meaning than we can comprehend." 7-20
We are born in mystery, we live in mystery, and we die in mystery.
I'm no mystery; I'm just a simple woman with complex fantasies and fetishes.
We all contain mysteries, especially when seen from the inside.
If it wasn't a mystery, it would be easy. If it were easy, it wouldn't be worth much.
Mystery - a word we use to deceive others, to convince them we are "deeper" than they are.
You are a mystery I promise I will never try to solve.
Sometimes when you see something every day you forget its mystery.
Would you make a right just up ahead?" he asked.
"I'll show you something."
"There's nothing mysterious about it."
"You're the mystery."
He smiled. "Me?
Life is a mystery that'll never be solved
Give me a mystery - just a plain and simple one - a mystery which is diffidence and silence, a slim little bare-foot mystery: give me a mystery - just one!
What we have here is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.
Mysteries are due to secrecy.
Mysteries are facts that haven't been formalized.
The final mystery is oneself.
Savor the mystery, Stephen, we don't get enough of them.
What is life without some mystery in it and what is mystery without some life in it
I needed a new mystery.
All things unrevealed belong to the kingdom of mystery.
Our whole lives are a struggle with mysteries. Mysteries endanger us, support us, destroy us. Our great scientists have cleared away these mysteries in some directions by deepening them in others.
The ultimate, unqualified mystery is beyond Human experience
There are some mysteries of the universe that ought to remain mysteries.
The world is a fabric woven of mysteries, and a mystery is a provocation to our humanity that cannot be dissolved by googling a few more bits of information.
Existence is not a mystery unless you think it has a meaning.
Mystery made thing gigantic. Knowledge made small.
Those who fail to understand mystery are doomed to crack it
[T]he experience of mystery comes not from expecting it but through yielding all your programs, because your programs are based on fear and desire. Drop them and the radiance comes. (16)
The difference between a "problem" and a "mystery" is that we may be able to "solve" a problem, but a mystery is something we have to live with.
Mystery, like faith, defies human logic.
The enduring appeal of mystery stories for all of us is that the world is a pretty confusing place. There's a lot of really unanswered things, and perhaps the scariest notion would be that there might not always be answers out there for us.
I'm just looking for a little mystery in life ... like things you can't explain. Like, you go to Mexico, they tell you don't drink the water. You go to any diner here, who brings you the water? It's a mystery.
There were mysterious questions, but a mysterious answer was a contradiction in terms.
Mystery is part of each life, and maybe it is healthier to uphold it than to spend a lifetime in search of half-made answers.
Mystery magnifies danger as the fog the sun.
It is my purpose to disclose the mystery at once, and to ask you to look for your interest,
should you choose to go on with my chronicle,
simply in the conduct of my persons, during this disclosure to others.
The only mystery that realy needs to be discovered is the one within us
A mystery is the most stimulating force in unleashing the imagination.
I know nothing about mysteries. I don't take to them.
I am a mystery wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a pita. Why the pita? That counts as another mystery.
I've always had an air of mystery.
There is nothing in the world that is not mysterious, but the mystery is more evident in certain things than in others: in the sea, in the eyes of the elders, in the color yellow, and in music.
Mystery is not founded in ignorance, mystery is founded in imagination
Mystery of mysteries, water and air are right there before us in the sea. Every time I view the sea, I feel a calming sense of security, as if visiting my ancestral home; I embark on a voyage of seeing.
It is the mystery of the unknown
That fascinates us; we are children still
Wayward and wistful; with one hand we cling
To the familiar things we call our own,
And with the other, resolute of will,
Grope in the dark for what the day will bring
The mystery of God hugs you in its all-encompassing arms.
You're a mystery the way a sacrament is a mystery.
The light is no mystery, the mystery is that there is something to keep the light from passing through.
At the heart of nature's mystery lies another mystery.
When you make the obvious mysterious, then the mysterious becomes unavailable.
I and this mystery here we stand.
That's the beauty of the universe. There's always a new mystery.
A mystery, in Christian theology, is what God knows and man cannot, and must instead believe.
There is no mystery
that's the beauty of it. We are entirely explicable to each other, and yet we stay. What a miracle that is.
Mystery is the wisdom of blockheads.
There's no such thing as an aura of mystery anymore. It doesn't exist. That's a thing of the past.
Mystery is delightful, but unscientific, since it depends upon ignorance.
Mystery is in the morning, and mystery in the night, and the beauty of mystery is everywhere; but still the plain truth remains, that mouth and purse must be filled.
My life was a mystery even as I lived it.
The greatest mystery of existence is existence itself.
Mysteries make one dream of unendurable bewitchments, they have the fragrance of something quite, quite unspeakably beautiful.
Mystery" means, in the language of the New Testament, something that had long remained hidden but then came to be known for the first time. The
We spend our lives talking about this mystery. Our life.
When I think of mystery, I don't think about myself. I think of the universe, like why does the moon rise when the sun falls? Caterpillars turn into butterflies? I really haven't remained a recluse.
In mysteries what we know, and our realization of what we do not know, proceed together; the larger the island of knowledge, the longer the shoreline of wonder. It is like the quantum world, where the more we understand its formalism, the stranger that world becomes.
People love a good mystery; I understand that.
People are not mysterious because they never shut up!
Life exists to be a mystery.
When the unknown becomes known, we lose something very big: The beauty of mystery!
If you have enough unanswered questions, you have a certifiable mystery, and those are impossible to resist.
I think mystery ... allows us time to dream.
The more unknowable the mystery, the more beautiful it is.
It's strange to be here, the mystery never leaves you alone.
Everything that is sacred and that wishes to remain so must envelop itself in mystery.
The final mystery is one mystery. But the manifestations are many.
But now we live in a time and in a culture when mystery tends to mean something more answerable, it means a crime novel, a thriller, a drama on TV, usually one where we'll find out - and where the whole point of reading it or watching it will be that we will find out - what happened.
Mystery is not always about travelling to new places, it is about looking with new eyes.
How this can happen is a mystery to us.
The easiest way to solve a mystery is to decide that there is no mystery to solve.
A mystery is solved with a story.
Within that awful volume lies The mystery of mysteries!
Mystery is the number one conjurer of ideas.
The terrain of the mysteries is the ordinary. To seek out mystery, we don't have to go anywhere. We must simply change our preception, our description, our consciousness of where we are.
It is a mystery that is hidden from me by reason that the emergency requiring the fathoming of it hath not in my life-days occurred, and so, not having no need to know this thing, I abide barren of the knowledge.
Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand.
The mystery was gone but the amazement was just starting.
Death is the only mystery we all solve.
Every man is a mystery to himself. And then we die, unsolved.
Mystery is more important than knowledge.
People are mysterious, even to themselves.
Those who try to grasp on to the mystery will never succeed. Only those who let it slip their fingers will come to know it, and hear its secrets
For what are we left with if there remains no mystery? What hope might we find if we know all of the answers?