Dorothee Solle Quotes

Top 16 wise famous quotes and sayings by Dorothee Solle

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Dorothee Solle quotes: Our whole life consists of despairing of an answer and seeking an answer. Our whole life consists of despairing of an answer and seeking an answer.
Dorothee Solle quotes: One of the oldest longings of all people of mystical sensibility is to be rid of disguises to the point of becoming naked. One of the oldest longings of all people of mystical sensibility is to be rid of disguises to the point of becoming naked.
Dorothee Solle quotes: Religion does not confirm that there are hungry people in the world; it interprets the hungry to be our brethren whom we allow to starve. Religion does not confirm that there are hungry people in the world; it interprets the hungry to be our brethren whom we allow to starve.
Dorothee Solle quotes: A competitive society is a society of envy. A competitive society is a society of envy.
Dorothee Solle quotes: If my hands are fully occupied in holding on to something, I can neither give nor receive. If my hands are fully occupied in holding on to something, I can neither give nor receive.
Dorothee Solle quotes: With the disappearance of God the Ego moves forward to become the sole divinity. With the disappearance of God the Ego moves forward to become the sole divinity.
Dorothee Solle quotes: If we had possessions, Francis would say, we would also need weapons. He held on to the inescapable link of poverty and peace. If we had possessions, Francis would say, we would also need weapons. He held on to the inescapable link of poverty and peace.
Dorothee Solle quotes: To be content with the world as it is is to be dead. To be content with the world as it is is to be dead.
Dorothee Solle quotes: God has no other hands than ours. God has no other hands than ours.
Dorothee Solle quotes: Religion is made up of unrestrained wishes. Religion is made up of unrestrained wishes.