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Inconsistency itself breeds vitality.
I learnt too late that what is most important to us is always most precious at the moment it occurs, and it is precious in its absolute immediacy and not as some vague confirmation of future directions; since the only certain fact, aside from death, is the flimsiness of everything.
The things that save you are as frequently trivial as monumental.
The essential doesn't change.
Perhaps the most indispensable thing we can do as
human beings, every day of our lives, is remind ourselves and others
of our complexity, fragility, finiteness, and uniqueness.
Seek the insignificant small but essential qualities, essential to life
It is important that we remember.
It is vital we do more than just remember.
Sacred soul has indomitable strength.
It's our insides that make us who we are, that allow us to dream and wonder and feel for others. That's what's essential. That's what will always make the biggest difference in our world.
The superfluous, a very necessary thing.
A persistent soul, a divine fulfilment
Everything we are is at every moment alive in us.
Our lives are unique stones in the mosaic of human existence
priceless and irreplaceable.
Without being aware, I think I was being indoctrinated into what was called Vitalism, the idea that what makes life worth living, the good life, consists of accepting challenges, solving problems, discovery, personal growth, personal change.
Mighty to inspire new hopes, and able to drown the bitterness of cares.
important and vision is critical, but
living soul for ever.
The spiritual soul is sacred.
What can be more precious than life? Nothing!
Only useless things are indispensable.
What people consider precious is different for everybody.
To be always relevant, you have to say things which are eternal.
But because truly being here is so much; because everything here apparently needs us, this fleeting world, which in some strange way keeps calling to us. Us, the most fleeting of all.
The fact that we are eternal spiritual beings doesn't detract from the importance of our temporary physical existence. On the contrary, it makes that existence all the more precious and remarkable.
Life is large. We cannot possibly grasp the whole of it in the few years that we have to live. What is vital? What is essential? What may we profitably let go?
The necessary has never been man's top priority. The passionate pursuit of the nonessential and the extravagant is one of the chief traits of human uniqueness. Unlike other forms of life, man's greatest exertions are made in the pursuit not of necessities but of superfluities.
Hopeful soul, indomitable spirit.
Our essential nature is one of pure potentiality.
The superfluous is very necessary.
Live is meaningful only if you gave it a meaning.
Being real is what is important.
Ensuring possibility is kept alive is imperative.
Every second is eternal
The human contribution is the essential ingredient. It is only in the giving of oneself to others that we truly live.
You know being born is important to you. You know nothing else was ever so important to you.
Our lives mean so much more than the frail bodies that carry them.
There are times when one's vitality is too high to be clouded, too elastic to stay down.
You don't need the fame to be vital.
We're so used to thinking that vitality lies in displays of power, but in truth our tenderness and basic sensitivity possess a much greater strength.
The individual is identified with the perishable; what can become eternal in the individual pertains exclusively to the separate and unique active Intelligence.
Though I have no productive worth, I have a certain value as an indestructible quantity.
Your soul is boundlessly impassioned and always prepared to impart to you whatever you need to thrive.
When an essential one comes along, you'll know,
There are so many minutes and hours and days we spend taking life for granted, not feeling it so much as going along with it. But then there are moments like this, when the aliveness of life is crystalline, palpable, undeniable. It is the ultimate buoy against drowning. It is the ever-saving grace.
Mortality is very brief but immeasurably important.
Still constant is a wondrous excellence.
Extreme busyness, whether at school or college, kirk or market, is a symptom of deficient vitality.
Every instant of our lives is essentially irreplaceable: you must know this in order to concentrate on life.
Vital lives are about action. You can't feel warmth unless you create it, can't feel delight until you play, can't know serendipity unless you risk.
You are an irreplaceable, one-of-a-kind, amazing being. There will never be another you and this fact alone makes you infinitely and absolutely valuable. Having absolute value means you cannot be diminished by anything or anyone. You are bulletproof and nothing can change your value.
What is really momentous and all-important with us is the present, by which the future is shaped and colored.
To be in the here and the now - solid and fully alive - is a very positive contribution to our collective situation.
Say's the dust speck.
Lifetime is a sacred existence.
It is the creative and enterprising spirit of people that is indispensable. Everything else is supplemental.
If pure, eternal, unconditional Love is the foundation on which you stand, even if all else falls away, you are still valuable because you are loved.
Nothing in life is quite as important as you think it is while you're thinking about it.
We are all important, but we are not indispensable.
That which is essential for life, can never be bought.
The life of an Essentialist is a life lived without regret. If you have correctly identified what really matters, if you invest your time and energy in it, then it is difficult to regret the choices you make. You become proud of the life you have chosen to live.
The most precious gift of life is to be alive.
When we connect with our personal authenticity and truth, the vitality that is triggered becomes an eternal spring of regenerative passion that continues to expand our experience.
Human beings appear to be the eternal natural bridge between the tangible and the intangible.
The presence of the present has become insistent, undeniable, and I dare not look away.
We work so hard to get somewhere, to realize a dream, to arrive at some destination, that we often forget that though some satisfaction may be waiting at the end of our endurance and effort, there is great and irreplaceable aliveness in the steps along the way.
Chance is as relentless as necessity.
Important describes what I have to do by April 14. Important describes my license renewed, my bills paid, payroll... Abby. You're not important. You're everything.
Restlessness is the hallmark of existence.
The vitality that can stand the abyss of meaninglessness is aware of a hidden meaning within the destruction of meaning.
Life is undoubtedly the most valuable and the most precious of all our earthly possessions.
Weightless and endless. Timeless and restless. Hopelessly breathless
Life is spiritual breath.
Every day in every life is of the most profound importance.
Indomitable soul encompasses a beautiful heart and a beautiful smile.
Life is sacred breath.
Make the important interesting.
A human action becomes genuinely important when it springs from the soil of a clear-sighted awareness of the temporality and the ephemerally of everything human. It is only this awareness that can breathe any greatness into an action.
Every breath is a sacred life.
In life, the only thing of importance is a radical, total, and definitive change. The rest, frankly, is of no importance at all.
I think we are in a non-essentialist bubble - everything seems important - so of course nothing is.
in so far as we cherish the tangibles, we must value the intangibles. The intangibles, though as latent as they may seem to be, they are solemnly tangible.
Every life is precious. Please treasure each and every day, the present, the moment, and yourself.
The supreme good of life is vitality. And vitality is always seeping away.
The Energy of the mind is the essence of life
Life is a spiritual breath.
Let us not overlook vital things, because of the bulk of trifles confronting us.
Spiritual: Spirit uplifted, soul ennobled, mind peaceful, body healthful, these are gems of benevolent being. Fill your all, with them all.
Our concerns sink into insignificance when compared with the eternal value of human personality - a potential child of God which is destined to triumph over lie, pain, and death. No one can take this sublime meaning of life away from us, and this is the one thing that matters.
It's important for us to become aware of the fact that we are needful, for with that awareness also comes the sensing that we couldn't be needful if there weren't something to fulfill the need.
In all the universe there is nothing more precious than mind.
Nothing Is Important, Yet Everything Is Important
You can find something truly important in an ordinary minute.
There is nothing as dead and as damned as an important thing. The things that really matter are casual, insignificant little things.
Only the ephemeral is of lasting value.
To discern what is truly essential we need space to think, time to look and listen, permission to play, wisdom to sleep, and the discipline to apply highly selective criteria to the choices we make. Ironically,
The essential quality of life is living' the essential quality of living is change; change is evolution; and we are part of it.
Life is meaningful when it is dedicated for the wellbeing of others.
Fidelity is a living, breathing entity. On wobbly footing, it can wander, becoming something different entirely.