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Dan Brown Quote: “Venus and her pentacle became symbols of perfection, beauty, and the cyclic qualities of sexual love. As a tribute to the magic of Venus, the Greeks used her four-year cycle to organize their Olympiads.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Each of us is a God. Each of us knows all. We need only open our minds to hear our own wisdom. – Buddha.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Uncertainty is always a precursor to sweeping change; transformation is always preceded by upheaval and fear. I urge you to place your faith in the human capacity for creativity and love, because these two forces, when combined, possess the power to illuminate any darkness.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The Bridge of Sighs, he thought, recalling one of his favorite boyhood movies, A Little Romance, which was based on the legend that if two young lovers kissed beneath this bridge at sunset while the bells of St. Mark’s were ringing, they would love each other forever. The.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Kohler shrugged. “Sometimes to find truth, one must move mountains.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Spiritual inquiry has always been the realm of religion, which encourages us to have a blind faith in its teachings, even when they make little logical sense. – Edmond Kirsch.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Entropy is just a fancy way of saying: things fall apart.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sin-cere. Since the days of Michelangelo, sculptors had been hiding the flaws in their work by smearing hot wax into the cracks and then dabbing the wax with stone dust. The method was considered cheating, and therefore, any sculpture “without wax” – literally sine cera – was considered a “sincere” piece of art. The phrase stuck. To this day we still sign our letters “sincerely” as a promise that we have written “without wax” and that our words are true.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Most tourists mistranslated Jardins des Tuileries as relating to the thousands of tulips that bloomed here, but Tuileries was actually a literal reference to something far less romantic. This park had once been an enormous, polluted excavation pit from which Parisian contractors mined clay to manufacture the city’s famous red roofing tiles – or tuiles.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Silas knew the stakes were incalculable, and yet what the Teacher was now commanding seemed impossible.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The goal of tattooing was never beauty. The goal was change.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Speaking of glimpsing a hidden truth,” Langdon said, looking suddenly amused. “You’re in luck. There’s a secret symbol hiding right over there.” He pointed. “On the side of that truck.” Ambra glanced up and saw a FedEx truck idling at a red light on Avenue of Pedralbes. Secret symbol? All Ambra could see was the company’s ubiquitous logo. “Their name is coded,” Langdon told her. “It contains a second level of meaning – a hidden symbol that reflects the company’s forward motion.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I learned early on not to listen to either critique – the people who love you or the people who don’t like you.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I’m a fan of the truth... even if it’s painfully hard to accept.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Remember death. Even for those who wield great power, life is brief. There is only one way to triumph over death, and that is by making our lives masterpieces. We must seize every opportunity to show kindness and to love fully.”
Dan Brown Quote: “But faith,” Edmond declared, “by its very definition, requires placing your trust in something that is unseeable and indefinable, accepting as fact something for which there exists no empirical evidence.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Inferno is the underworld as described in Dante Alighieri’s epic poem The Divine Comedy, which portrays hell as an elaborately structured realm populated by entities known as “shades” – bodiless souls trapped between life and death.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Atheism is simply an admission of the obvious.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Nuclear had proliferated before it was safe, and there were accidents. Solar had proliferated before it was efficient, and people lost money. Both technologies got bad reputations and withered on the vine.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Robert Langdon stood frozen in the doorway of the National Statuary Hall and studied the startling scene before him.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I remember devouring the entire Hardy Boys series over one summer, enthralled by their bravery and cleverness.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Coincidence was a concept he did not entirely trust. As someone who had spent his life exploring the hidden interconnectivity of disparate emblems and ideologies, Langdon viewed the world as a web of profoundly intertwined histories and events. The connections may be invisible, he often preached to his symbology classes at Harvard, but they are always there, buried just beneath the surface.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The mind of had the ability to alter the state of matter itself, and, more important, the mind had the power to encourage the physical world to move in a specific direction.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Mr. Langdon, I did not ask if you believe what man says about God. I asked if you believed in God. There is a difference. Holy scripture is stories... legends and history of man’s quest to understand his own need for meaning. I am not asking you to pass judgment on literature. I am asking if you believe in God. When you lie out under the stars, do you sense the divine? Do you feel in your gut that you are staring up at the work of God’s hands?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Sometimes the only choice is the lesser of two evils.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Robert,” Ambra whispered, “just remember the wise words of Disney’s Princess Elsa.” Langdon turned. “I’m sorry?” Ambra smiled softly. “Let it go.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You should not have run.”
Dan Brown Quote: “When it comes to passion, I’m not sure you have any choice but to follow.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I hope Ludwig van Beethoven gets his cut, Langdon thought, fairly certain that the original inventor of bone conduction technology was the eighteenth-century composer who, upon going deaf, discovered he could affix a metal rod to his piano and bite down on it while he played, enabling him to hear perfectly through vibrations in his jawbone.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Absolution is the only escape. You must find a way to forgive the people who did this, or your rage will consume you whole.”
Dan Brown Quote: “In ancient mythology,” Langdon offered, “a hero in denial is the ultimate manifestation of hubris and pride. No man is more prideful than he who believes himself immune to the dangers of the world.”
Dan Brown Quote: “What is our origin? What is our destiny?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Genius accepts genius unconditionally. -Anonymous.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Newton’s third life childrearing colin for every lunacy, there is an equal and opposite lunacy. – Edmond Kirsch.”
Dan Brown Quote: “We’ve been reading the Bible too literally. We learn that God created us in his image, but it’s not our physical bodies that resemble God, it’s our minds.”
Dan Brown Quote: “This life is what I always wanted. I had a vision of our happiness.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Nature – in an effort to promote disorder – creates little pockets of order.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I have witnessed people transform cancer cells into healthy cells simply by thinking about them. I have witnessed human minds affecting the physical world in myriad ways. And once you see that happen... once this becomes a part of your reality, then some of the miracles you read about become simply a matter of degree.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Where do we come from? What are we doing here? What is the meaning of life and the universe?”
Dan Brown Quote: “Penjelasan paling sederhana biasanya adalah penjelasan yang paling sulit dipahami.”
Dan Brown Quote: “At night, this is a heavier world.”
Dan Brown Quote: “The truth will be twisted, Langdon knew. As it always is with the Masons.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Edmond found it deeply distressing,” Winston continued, “that the human mind has the ability to elevate an obvious fiction to the status of a divine fact, and then feel emboldened to kill in its name. He believed that the universal truths of science could unite people – serving as a rallying point for future generations.”
Dan Brown Quote: “I think one reason my books have found mainstream success is that they’re written from a skeptical point of view.”
Dan Brown Quote: “An unbreakable code is a mathematical impossibility! He knows that!”
Dan Brown Quote: “Madness is an ostrich who sticks her head in the sand while a pack of hyenas closes in around her.”
Dan Brown Quote: “No good deed goes unpunished.’ Langdon.”
Dan Brown Quote: “You have won, but you haven’t won fairly.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Religion has always persecuted science.”
Dan Brown Quote: “Langdon always ended this lecture with a reminder that Arab culture had also given mankind the word al-kuhl – the favorite beverage of Harvard freshmen – known as alcohol.”
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