The Doors Of Perception Quotes

Collection of top 25 famous quotes about The Doors Of Perception

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The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Fall Out Boy: Third time is the charm Third time is the charm Fall Out Boy
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Bryant McGill: Life wants you to know yourself, be yourself Life wants you to know yourself, be yourself and love yourself. — Bryant McGill
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By William Blake: When the doors of perception are cleansed, men When the doors of perception are cleansed, men will see things as they truly are, infinite. — William Blake
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Kate Atkinson: ... the doors of perception are hanging crazily ... the doors of perception are hanging crazily off their hinges these days. — Kate Atkinson
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By I-Ching: Chaos is another name for opportunity Chaos is another name for opportunity — I-Ching
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Michael F. Bruyn: It is easier to define whether or not It is easier to define whether or not you can afford something than whether you need it in the first place. — Michael F. Bruyn
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By George Carlin: Hallucinogens are a value changer ... like it Hallucinogens are a value changer ... like it or not, it changes your values, it opens up windows (doors of perception.) — George Carlin
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Jeff Lindsay: The faster it ran away from me. And The faster it ran away from me. And I found myself reasoning that perhaps one more beer would unlock the doors of perception, — Jeff Lindsay
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By James Boswell: If a man is prodigal, he cannot be If a man is prodigal, he cannot be truly generous. — James Boswell
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Ursula K. Le Guin: Fiction - and poetry and drama - cleanse Fiction - and poetry and drama - cleanse the doors of perception. — Ursula K. Le Guin
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Dean Cavanagh: You Won't Be Thanked For Kicking Down The You Won't Be Thanked For Kicking Down The Doors of Perception And Revealing Infinity To Others. — Dean Cavanagh
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Theodor W. Adorno: The forms of art reflect the history of The forms of art reflect the history of man more truthfully than do documents themselves. — Theodor W. Adorno
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Ogden Nash: Marriage is the only known example of the Marriage is the only known example of the happy meeting of the immovable object and the irresistible force. — Ogden Nash
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Jim Morrison: Look where we worship. Look where we worship. — Jim Morrison
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Henry Rollins: If the truth is told how I want If the truth is told how I want to be remembered ... as someone who cared. Someone who worked really hard and someone who didn't sit around. — Henry Rollins
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Thomas Hardy: What are my books but one plea against What are my books but one plea against "man's inhumanity to man" --to woman-- and to the lower animals? — Thomas Hardy
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Aldous Huxley: There are things known and there are things There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception. — Aldous Huxley
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Mitch Kynock: Knowledge and perception are the two main doors Knowledge and perception are the two main doors of the mind. — Mitch Kynock
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Marianne Faithfull: The really explicit phrase is doors of perception. The really explicit phrase is doors of perception. — Marianne Faithfull
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Catherynne M Valente: War must always be done out of sight, War must always be done out of sight, it shocks people and they stop immediately. — Catherynne M Valente
The Doors Of Perception Quotes By Charles Bukowski: I am a dolt of a man, easily I am a dolt of a man, easily made happy or even stupidly happy almost without cause and left alone I am mostly content. — Charles Bukowski