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100 Inspirational Quotes About Black Nazarene (2023)

1. “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” ― Lao Tzu


2. “Machinic desire can seem a little inhuman, as it rips up political cultures, deletes traditions, dissolves subjectivities, and hacks through security apparatuses, tracking a soulless tropism to zero control. This is because what appears to humanity as the history of capitalism is an invasion from the future by an artificial intelligent space that must assemble itself entirely from its enemy's resources.”


3. Jesus said love one another. He didn’t say love the whole world


4. “I urge you to retain an appreciation for popular piety, which is different in every culture yet always remains very similar, for the human heart is ultimately one and the same. Certainly, popular piety tends towards the irrational, and can at times be somewhat superficial. Yet it would be quite wrong to dismiss it. Through that piety, the faith has entered human hearts and become part of the common patrimony of sentiments and customs, shaping the life and emotions of the community. Popular piety is thus one of the Church’s great treasures. The faith that has taken flesh and blood. Certain popular piety always needs to be purified and refocused yet it is worthy of our love and it truly makes us into the ‘People of God” (From the Vatican, 18 October 2010, Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist.)


5. “The arc of history is long, but it bends towards zombie apocalypse.”


6. The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread


7. ‘You know what they say about his old man? Ruthless bastard they say. Cruel…’


8. ‘So you snuffed him?’


9. “Matter signals to its lost voyagers, telling them that their quest is vain, and that their homeland already lies in ashes behind them.”


10. “A Nazarene in the Nude: Questions of Representation in Devotional Images of New Spain,” thematic issue on “Living Images”, Horti Hesperidum, studi di storia del collezionismo e della storiografia artistic, V, I 1, 2015, pp. 201-237.


11. “Ever since it became theoretically evident that our precious personal identities were just brand-tags for trading crumbs of labour-power on the libidino-economic junk circuit, the vestiges of authorial theatricality have been wearing thinner.”


12. ‘Maybe it’s a big crime,’ I mused vaguely ‘but maybe it’s nothing at all…’ ‘…and we


13. “The great educational value of the war against Christendom lies in the absolute truthlessness of the priest. Such purity is rare enough. The 'man of God' is entirely incapable of honesty, and only arises at the point where truth is defaced beyond all legibility. Lies are his entire metabolism, the air he breathes, his bread and his wine. He cannot comment upon the weather without a secret agenda of deceit. No word, gesture, or perception is slight enough to escape his extravagant reflex of falsification, and of the lies in circulation he will instinctively seize on the grossest, the most obscene and oppressive travesty. Any proposition passing the lips of a priest is necessarily totally false, excepting only insidiouses whose message is momentarily misunderstood. It is impossible to deny him without discovering some buried fragment or reality.”


14. I want you to be concerned about your next door neighbor. Do you know your next door neighbor?


15. Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough, money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go


16. There is more hunger in the world for love and appreciation in this world than for bread


17. “Organs crawl like aphids upon the immobile motor of becoming”


18. “[[ ]] The story goes like this: Earth is captured by a technocapital singularity as renaissance rationalization and oceanic navigation lock into commoditization take-off. Logistically accelerating techno-economic interactivity crumbles social order in auto sophisticating machine runaway. As markets learn to manufacture intelligence, politics modernizes, upgrades paranoia, and tries to get a grip.


19. “Whenever its name has been anything but a jest, philosophy has been haunted by a subterranean question: What if knowledge were a means to deepen unknowing?”


20. Intense love does not measure, it just gives


21. “In a world divided between theistic enthusiasts and secularist depressives there is little patience for the atheist who nurtures a passionate hatred for God. The mixture of naturalism and blasphemy that characterizes the Sadean text occupies the space of our blindness, to which Bataille’s writings are not unreasonably assimilated. If there is contradiction here it is one that is coextensive with the unconscious; the consequence of a revolt incommensurate with the ontological weight of its object. That God has wrought such loathesomeness without even having existed only exacerbates the hatred pitched against him. An atheism that does not hunger for God’s blood is an inanity, and the anaemic feebleness of secular rationalism has so little appeal that it approximates to an argument for his existence. What is suggested by the Sadean furore is that anyone who does not exult at the thought of driving nails through the limbs of the Nazarene is something less than an atheist; merely a disappointed slave.”


22. Prayers For Black Nazarene – Powerful & Uplifting Words For …


23. ‘So God’s dead?’


24. PRAYER TO OUR LORD JESUS THE NAZARENE…


25. Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls


26. “Space echoes like an immense tomb, yet the stars still burn. Why does the sun take so long to die ?”


27. Prayer To Jesus , The Black Nazarene – Catholic Prayers


28. Jesus Christ the Black Nazarene – Prayers God Answers


29. Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand


30. “ This writer never make an mistake for me always deliver long before due date. Am telling you man this writer is absolutely the best. ”


31. “One ascends into profundity, but profundity is nothing but a complication of the shallows, and 'one' is nowhere.”


32. ‘It was kind of sick, he didn’t fight back or anything, just kept trying to touch me and


33. “A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”


34. To Sherman, a large, complicated national government was contrary to "the true spirit and genius of republican government," which should be small and simple: - Author: Mark David Hall


35. One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody


36. What people forget is a journey to nowhere starts with a single step, too. - Author: Chuck Palahniuk


37. Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty


38. Love begins by taking care of the closest ones — the ones at home


39. From the moment one encounters bad company (kusang), there is nothing but unhappiness, thus run away from the bad company. When you feel unhappy inside, know that this is bad company so run from there. Run away from that which arouses unhappiness at its mere sight. - Author: Dada Bhagwan


40. Savor what you are and not what everyone else wants you to be. - Author: Sandra Bullock


41. “ The Feast of the Black Nazarene in the Philippines ”


42. Peace begins with a smile


43. “Level-1 or world space is an anthropomorphically scaled, predominantly vision-configured, massively multi-slotted reality system that is obsolescing very rapidly.


44. All men that date me have to know that their name may end up in a pop song. - Author: Kesha


45. Jesus the Black Nazarene – Holy Family Catholic Church


46. Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless


47. I found that if you have a goal, that you might not reach it. But if you don't have one, then you are never disappointed. And I gotta tell ya it feels phenomenal. - Author: Vince Vaughn


48. A mutual fund can do for you what you would do for yourself if you had sufficient time, training, and money to diversify, plus the temperament to stand back from your money and make rational decisions. - Author: Venita VanCaspel


49. “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.” ~ Psalms 3:5-6


50. Black Nazarene Novena Day 1 – Prayers God Answers


51. We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop


52. ‘God?’


53. “If there is a conclusion it is zero.”


54. There are no great things, only small things with great love. Happy are those


55. ‘If that’s who he was. That fucking kid lied all the time. I just hope it’s true this time.’


56. Prayer To JESUS, The BLACK NAZARENE


57. Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier


58. If you judge people, you have no time to love them


59. Our circumstances are not an accurate reflection of God's goodness. Whether life is good or bad, God's goodness, rooted in His character, is the same. - Author: Helen Grace Lescheid


60. We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty


61. “I wiped the blade against my jeans and walked into the bar. It was mid-afternoon, very


62. There must be a reason why some people can afford to live well. They must have worked for it. I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things that we could use


63. If we pray, we will believe; If we believe, we will love; If we love, we will serve


64. “One 'is' a genius only in the sense that one 'is' a syphilitic, in the sense that 'one' is violently problematized by a ferocious exteriority. One returns to the subject of which genius has been predicated to find it charred and devastated beyond recognition.”


65. “Do we really lack the delicacy to let God die quietly, on his own, like a dog?”


66. ‘Yeah, I’ve killed him, knifed the life out of him, once I started I got frenzied, it was


67. ‘S’pose it’s time someone finished that hypocritical little punk, always bragging about


68. Our primary objective must be to prevent wars, and when we fail in this, we must protect and assist the innocent victims. - Author: King Felipe VI


69. Power might feel tasty and good in the moment, but it will never be satisfying, never fill you up. Yep, no matter how much power you get, you will always feel empty. You just keep wanting more and more power. - Author: Karen Salmansohn


70. The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted


71. Bräunlein


72. “After all, the ideal of bourgeois politics is the absence of politics, since capital is nothing other than the consistent displacement of social decision-making into the marketplace”


73. “Civilization, as a process, is indistinguishable from diminishing time-preference (or declining concern for the present in comparison to the future). Democracy, which both in theory and evident historical fact accentuates time-preference to the point of convulsive feeding-frenzy, is thus as close to a precise negation of civilization as anything could be, short of instantaneous social collapse into murderous barbarism or zombie apocalypse (which it eventually leads to). As the democratic virus burns through society, painstakingly accumulated habits and attitudes of forward-thinking, prudential, human and industrial investment, are replaced by a sterile, orgiastic consumerism, financial incontinence, and a ‘reality television’ political circus. Tomorrow might belong to the other team, so it’s best to eat it all now.”


74. Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat


75. ‘I don’t give a shit, the threats are all used up, I just don’t give a shit.’


76. If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other


77. “To call the belief in substantial human equality a superstition is to insult superstition. It might be unwarranted to believe in leprechauns, but at least the person who holds to such a belief isn’t watching them not exist, for every waking hour of the day. Human inequality, in contrast, and in all of its abundant multiplicity, is constantly on display, as people exhibit their variations in gender, ethnicity, physical attractiveness, size and shape, strength, health, agility, charm, humor, wit, industriousness, and sociability, among countless other features, traits, abilities, and aspects of their personality, some immediately and conspicuously, some only slowly, over time. To absorb even the slightest fraction of all this and to conclude, in the only way possible, that it is either nothing at all, or a ‘social construct’ and index of oppression, is sheer Gnostic delirium: a commitment beyond all evidence to the existence of a true and good world veiled by appearances. People are not equal, they do not develop equally, their goals and achievements are not equal, and nothing can make them equal. Substantial equality has no relation to reality, except as its systematic negation. Violence on a genocidal scale is required to even approximate to a practical egalitarian program, and if anything less ambitious is attempted, people get around it (some more competently than others).”


78. Words which do not give the light of Christ increase the darkness


79. “...the principal role of conservatism in modern politics is to be humiliated. That is what a perpetual loyal opposition, or court jester, is for.”


80. “As soon as politicians have learnt to buy political support from the ‘public purse’, and conditioned electorates to embrace looting and bribery, the democratic process reduces itself to the formation of (Mancur Olson’s) ‘distributional coalitions’ – electoral majorities mortared together by common interest in a collectively advantageous pattern of theft.”


81. ‘Woulden wanna cross him merself,’ he muttered.


82. “Philosophy, in its longing to rationalize, formalize, define, delimit, to terminate enigma and uncertainty, to co-operate wholeheartedly with the police, is nihilistic in the ultimate sense that it strives for the immobile perfection of death. But creativity cannot be brought to an end that is compatible with power, for unless life is extinguished, control must inevitably break down. We possess art lest we perish of the truth.”


83. Black Nazarene Novena – Novena Prayers & Catholic Devotion


84. “Nothing human makes it out of the near-future.”


85. “Let’s deepen our understanding of spirituality,” Pabillo was quoted by DZMM radio station as saying.


86. “Suffering must be obviously futile if it is to be 'educational'. It is for this reason that our history is so unintelligible, and indeed, nothing that was true has ever made sense. 'Why was so much pain necessary?' we foolishly ask. But it is precisely because history has made no sense that we have learnt from it, and the lesson remains a brutal one.”


87. Kahambing


88. Let us more and more insist on raising funds of love, of kindness, of understanding, of peace. Money will come if we seek first the Kingdom of God — the rest will be given


89. A grateful heart is not one that is very selective and choosy about what to be grateful for. - Author: Radhanath Swami


90. Herod was convert,after all. His mother was Arab. His people, the Idumeans, had come to Judaism only a generation or two earlier. - Author: Reza Aslan


91. ‘Yeah.’


92. “Nature or Nature’s God” is not a statement, but a name, internally divided by tolerated uncertainty. It has the singularity of a proper name, whilst parenthesizing a suspended decision (Pyrrhonian epoche, of which much more in a future post). It designates rigidly, but obscurely, because it points into epistemological darkness — naming a Reality that not only ‘has’, but epitomizes identity, whilst nevertheless, for ‘the sake of argument’, eluding categorical identification. Patient in the face (or facelessness) of who or what it is, ‘we’ emerge from a pact, with one basic term: a preliminary decision is not to be demanded. It thus synthesizes a select language community, fused by the unknown.”


93. The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it


94. “Was Trakl a Christian? Yes, of course, at times he becomes a Christian, among a general confusion of becomings—becoming an animal, becoming a virus, becoming inorganic—just as he was also an antichrist, a poet, a pharmacist, an alcoholic, a drug addict, a psychotic, a leper, a suicide, an incestuous cannibal, a necrophiliac, a rodent, a vampire, and a werewolf. Just as he became his sister, and also a hermaphrodite. Trakl's texts are scrawled over by redemptionist monotheism, just as they are stained by narcotic fluidities, gnawed by rats, cratered by Russian artillery, charred and pitted by astronomical debris. Trakl was a Christian and an atheist and also a Satanist, when he wasn't simply undead, or in some other way inhuman. It is perhaps more precise to say that Trakl never existed, except as a battlefield, a reservoir of disease, the graveyard of a deconsecrated church, as something expiring from a massive cocaine overdose on the floor of a military hospital, cheated by lucidity by the searing onslaught of base difference.”


95. Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies


96. I'm not religious. I was as a child, and like lots of people, I suppose, rapidly became very disillusioned with the whole thing. I also feel that organised religion has caused far more problems than it has solved. - Author: Natascha McElhone


97. ‘I just hope I’ve hurt him, if he even exists.’


98. ‘It’s kindova big crime though, isn’t it? You know how it is, when one of the cops


99. Let us always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love


100. “Far from being the acme of religion — let alone its telic blossoming — God is the principle of its suppression. The unity of theos is the tombstone of sacred zero, the crumbling granitic foundation of secular destitution.”


101. ‘Mediatrix’ Meets ‘Mother-Goddess’: ‘Our Lady of Fatima’ and Recent Apparitions at Batim, Goa—(Asserting the Uniqueness of the Blessed Virgin Mary Amongst Religio-Cultural and Socio-Political Pluralism in India)


102. We are all pencils in the hand of God


103. We, the unwilling, led by the unknowing, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful. We have done so much, for so long, with so little, we are now qualified to do anything with nothing


104. “The infrastructure of power is human neurosoft compatible ROM. Authority instantiates itself as linear instruction pathways, genetic baboonery, scriptures, traditions, rituals, and gerontocratic hierarchies, resonant with the dominator ur-myth that the nature of reality has already been decided. If you want to find ICE, try thinking about what is blocking you out of the past. It certainly isn’t a law of nature. Temporalization decompresses intensity, installing constraint.”


105. “It is a mere consolation to the timid to imagine that philosophy has died. The fact of the matter is quite to the contrary. Philosophy will be the last of human things; perhaps the efficient impulse of the end.”


106. “All health, beauty, intelligence, and social grace has been teased from a vast butcher’s yard of unbounded carnage, requiring incalculable eons of massacre to draw forth even the subtlest of advantages. This is not only a matter of the bloody grinding mills of selection, either, but also of the innumerable mutational abominations thrown up by the madness of chance, as it pursues its directionless path to some negligible preservable trait, and then — still further — of the unavowable horrors that ‘fitness’ (or sheer survival) itself predominantly entails. We are a minuscule sample of agonized matter, comprising genetic survival monsters, fished from a cosmic ocean of vile mutants, by a pitiless killing machine of infinite appetite. (This is still, perhaps, to put an irresponsibly positive spin on the story, but it should suffice for our purposes here.)”

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