Ethos Quotes

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1. “Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can't practice any other virtue consistently.”

Tags : Character Consistency Courage Determination Essence Ethos Fortitude Goodness Inspiration Life Lessons Persistence Resolve Self Reliance Strength Virtue Virtues
Author : Maya Angelou

2. “Am eager to make more mistakes in order to succeed.”

Tags : Belief Believe Carry Character Consistency Courage Critic Critics Determination Detractors Discouragements Enemies Essence Failure Fall Food For Thought Fortitude Goodness Hard Heavy Inspiration Insults Life Lessons Mistakes Negative People Push Push Hard Resolve Self Reliance Success Weight You Can Do It

3. “A worldview is a commitment, a fundamental orientation of the heart, that can be expressed as a story or in a set of presuppositions (assumptions which may be true, partially true or entirely false) which we hold (consciously or subconsciously, consistently or inconsistently) about the basic constitution of reality, and that provides the foundations on which we live and more and have our being.”

Tags : Ethos Ideology Narrative Philosophy Presupposition Reality Religion Worldview
Author : James W. Sire

4. “None of us commences life utterly alone. We each carry within our granular mass the protoplasm residue of past generations’ ideas, customs, values, infatuations, prejudices, ethics, and mores. The lees wrought from our seedlings contribute to the social order that oversees a newborn’s future. How we conduct ourselves in the here and now emulates our heritage, delineates the parameters of the present culture, and sets the embryonic stage for the emergent ethos of our future and for the generations of people whom we will never meet.”

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Source : Dead Toad Scrolls

5. “Regarding the need to pray, the anarch is again no different from anyone else. But he does not like to attach himself. He does not squander his best energies. He accepts no substitute for his gold. He knows his freedom, and also what it is worth its weight in. The equation balances when he is offered something credible. The result is ONE.There can be no doubt that gods have appeared, not only in ancient times but even late in history; they feasted with us and fought at our sides. But what good is the splendor of bygone banquets to a starving man? What good is the clinking of gold that a poor man hears through the wall of time? The gods must be called.The anarch lets all this be; he can bide his time. He has his ethos, but not morals. He recognizes lawfulness, but not the law; he despises rules. Whenever ethos goes into shalts and shalt-nots, it is already corrupted. Still, it can harmonize with them, depending on location and circumstances, briefly or at length, just as I harmonize here with the tyrant for as long as I like.One error of the anarchists is their belief that human nature is intrinsically good. They thereby castrate society, just as the theologians ("God is goodness") castrate the Good Lord.”

Tags : Anarch Anarchism Ethos Freedom Gold Human Nature Morality Prayer
Author : Ernst Jünger
Source : Eumeswil

6. “No to laugh, not to lament, not to detest, but to understand.”

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Source : Theological-Political Treatise

7. “It's actually quite a good ethos for life: go into the unknown with truth, commitment, and openness and mostly you'll be okay.”

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Author : Alan Cumming
Source : Not My Father's Son

8. “The identity you're craving for is an illusion; your true nature has no identity, you're the universe -you contain all things!”

Tags : Anchoring Attachment Consistency Courage Determination Empowerment Freedom Home Independence Individuality Inspiration Life Lessons Nationality Persistence Resolve Roots Self Assurance Self Containment Self Esteem Self Reliance Self Respect Self Sufficiency Self Trust Character Strength Virtue Virtues

9. “Mistake is an event not a person.”

Tags : Character Counselling Courage Essence Ethos Events Failure Fortitude Goodness Hate Help Inspirational Inspirational Attitude Inspirational Life Inspirational Quotes Life Life And Living Living Marriage Relations Resolve Self Reliance
Source : Psychology of Friendship for Leadership

10. “Your thinking depends on your perception, just asyour perception depends on the way you think.”

Tags : Change Character Counselling Essence Fortitude Hate Help Inspiration Letting Go Life And Living Life Lessons Living Loyalty Marriage Myself Personality Representative Thinking
Source : Psychology of Friendship for Leadership

11. “Hang out with successful people and you'll acquiresuccess characters”

Tags : Character Consistency Courage Determination Dreams Events Failure Forgetting Fortitude Goodness Hate Inspirational Attitude Letting Go Life Life And Living Marriage Motivation People Relations Resolve Self Reliance Success Quotes Virtue Virtues
Source : Psychology of Friendship for Leadership

12. “...the Pope vigorously upholds the real power of redemption to liberate the human heart from the domination of lust, calling men and women to a new "ethos.”

Tags : Ethos Freedom Life P40
Source : Heaven's Song

13. “Unimaginative thinking has never produced a genuis”

Tags : Character Courage Essence Events Failure Forgetting Genius Inspirational Inspirational Life Leadership Life Life And Living Life Lessons Living Marriage People Persistence Production Relations Self Reliance Strength Success Thinking Virtue
Source : Psychology of Friendship for Leadership

14. “Antes de la tragedia, cada hombre se consideraba unido inescindiblemente a los demás, en pensamiento, palabra y obra, no existiendo separación alguna entre él y su comunidad: él era su comunidad y su comunidad era él. A esto los griegos del siglo V a. C., lo denominaban «Ethos», que quiere decir «Eticidad» o «Civilidad».Cuando los griegos perdieron aquella unidad orgánica entre ellos mismos, cuando comenzó a aparecer entre ellos la idea de que cada uno era socialmente distinto de los otros porque tenían entre sí diferentes intereses, en ese preciso momento, apareció la reflexión filosófica. Y, entonces, la epopeya se transformó en tragedia.”

Tags : Civilidad Comunidad Epopeya Ethos Eticidad Filosofía Tragedia
Source : Principios de filosofía de la praxis

15. “İnsanoğlu Tanrı'nın muhitinde ikâmet eder.”

Tags : Ethos Metaphysics Ontology Philosophy

16. “in America we have people from all kinds of backgrounds, all in a cluster, together, and consequently law has become very important in this country. Lawyers and law are what hold us together. There is no ethos.”

Tags : Culture Ethos Law Mythology

17. “It's less about technology for me, and more about religion. [on hacking]”

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Author : Adrian Lamo