Quotations About / On: LIGHTING
The Insistent Instant of light- -something more real than light which is merely found.
(- Nathan Coppedge, to be published in the Spiritual Writings and Dimensional Phenomenologist's Toolkit Appendix I, Part 2.)
Let your light shine brightly even when nobody is watching, someone will see your light.
The moon light's the nocturnal path
for beloveds' to dance
vampires to hunt
moths to caress the crowns
of blooming moon flowers
and for restful beauty sleeps
Never wait for a light but be a source of light to make all enlighten.
(It's my own feelings.)
He brings light, as only the great dare to bring light, to the issueless predicament of existence.
(Samuel Beckett (1906-1989), Irish dramatist, novelist. "Macgreevy on Yeats," p. 2, Irish Times, August 4, 1945.
Beckett is referring to the Irish painter and author Jack B. Yeats.)
Let the truth be the light of peace.
Life is always between light and darkness.
'We held on to the dark for so long, because the light seemed too far'
Light does not enter to coves, abysses, labyrinths and curtained rooms.
(Reason does not enter to locked brains.)
Enticing hope is like lighting candle in the dark room
(We must create hope on others)