Vital or Vitals may refer to:
- VITAL for Children, a charitable organisation
- Vitalism, the doctrine that life cannot be explained solely by mechanism
- Vitalism (Jainism), the Jain teacher Mahāvīra's philosophy
- Vital Forsikring, a Norwegian insurance company
- Hayyim ben Joseph Vital, the 16th century Rabbi and Mystic
- Vital currents, the concept of currents within the body found in Yoga
- Vital (film) (2004), a Japanese movie directed by Shinya Tsukamoto
- Vital (album) (1978), a live album from the British progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator
- Vital (grape), a Portuguese wine grape grown in the Alcobaça wine region
- Vitals (novel) (2002), a science fiction/techno-thriller novel by Greg Bear
- Vitals (website), a medical website
- Vital (Anberlin album), a 2012 studio album by Anberlin
- "Vital", a 2009 studio album by Norman Bedard
Other articles related to "vital":
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... Saint Vital is the French translation of Saint Vitalis ... It can also refer to Saint-Vital, a town and commune in Savoie, France St ... Vital, Winnipeg, a former independent city in Manitoba, Canada which is now part of the city of Winnipeg St ...
... Vital Network is a group of women, usually connected through an existing Stonecroft outreach group, who desire to leave an impact on future generations ... Vital Network functions as a Stonecroft Ministries group, through women connecting in community, prayer, and giving ...
... Vital Park is a park in southern Winnipeg, Manitoba, located on a bend of the Red River ... Vital Park is also a popular area chosen to have events such as weddings and picnics ...
... Lionel Vital (born July 15, 1963 in Loreauville, Louisiana) is a former American football running back in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins ... Vital also played in the Canadian Football League for two seasons ...
Famous quotes containing the word vital:
“All vital truth contains the memory of all that for which it is not true.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“The old parties are husks, with no real soul within either, divided on artificial lines, boss-ridden and privilege-controlled, each a jumble of incongruous elements, and neither daring to speak out wisely and fearlessly on what should be said on the vital issues of the day.”
—Theodore Roosevelt (18581919)
“Analysis as an instrument of enlightenment and civilization is good, in so far as it shatters absurd convictions, acts as a solvent upon natural prejudices, and undermines authority; good, in other words, in that it sets free, refines, humanizes, makes slaves ripe for freedom. But it is bad, very bad, in so far as it stands in the way of action, cannot shape the vital forces, maims life at its roots. Analysis can be a very unappetizing affair, as much so as death.”
—Thomas Mann (18751955)