Thoughts

Some articles on thoughts:

Little Thoughts/Tulips - Track Listing - Limited Edition Blue 7" Vinyl: WEBB067S
... Little Thoughts" "Storm and Stress" Bloc Party Russell Lissack Gordon Moakes Kele Okereke Matt Tong Studio albums Silent Alarm A Weekend in the City Intimacy Four Remix albums Silent Alarm Remixed ...
Cynegeticus - Chapter 13
... to the discussion of the sophists who teach merely words but not thoughts or deed ... subtlety what I do aim at is to express rightly-conceived thoughts such as may serve the need of those who have been nobly disciplined in virtue for it is not words and names ...
Second Thoughts - Other Uses
... Second Thoughts, a Massachusetts-based organization of people with disabilities opposing the legalization of assisted suicide Second Thoughts (album), a 1976 album by Split Enz Second Thoughts (Sho ...
The Thinking Process of Shri Madhavnath Maharaj
... This has happened with almost saints in India that their extra ordinary thoughts were pushed backward in the backdrop of the miracles performed by them ... People love to read only about miracles and not about the thoughts ... We should see that our acts do not harm anyone nor do our thoughts ...

Famous quotes containing the word thoughts:

    A man at work, making something which he feels will exist because he is working at it and wills it, is exercising the energies of his mind and soul as well as of his body. Memory and imagination help him as he works. Not only his own thoughts, but the thoughts of the men of past ages guide his hands; and, as part of the human race, he creates. If we work thus we shall be men, and our days will be happy and eventful.
    William Morris (1834–1896)

    For what are the classics but the noblest thoughts of man? They are the only oracles which are not decayed, and there are such answers to the most modern inquiry in them as Delphi and Dodona never gave. We might as well omit to study Nature because she is old.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    If we will admit time into our thoughts at all, the mythologies, those vestiges of ancient poems, wrecks of poems, so to speak, the world’s inheritance,... these are the materials and hints for a history of the rise and progress of the race; how, from the condition of ants, it arrived at the condition of men, and arts were gradually invented. Let a thousand surmises shed some light on this story.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)