Ruth St. Denis Quotes

Top 16 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ruth St. Denis

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Ruth St. Denis quotes: But in reality we are accompanied by the whole dancing universe. But in reality we are accompanied by the whole dancing universe.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: We can scale the heights of mountains and see the world rayed out before us, but we fail to recognize that which is before us. We can scale the heights of mountains and see the world rayed out before us, but we fail to recognize that which is before us.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: I see the dance being used as a means of express what is too deep, too fine for words. I see the dance being used as a means of express what is too deep, too fine for words.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: I believe that my whole creative life stemmed from this magic hour under the stars on that hilltop. I believe that my whole creative life stemmed from this magic hour under the stars on that hilltop.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: You and I are but specks of that rhythmic urge which is Brahma, which is Allah, which is God. You and I are but specks of that rhythmic urge which is Brahma, which is Allah, which is God.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: I have lived so long because in those moments when I am dancing, I am beyond time and space. I have lived so long because in those moments when I am dancing, I am beyond time and space.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: We should realize in a vivid and revolutionary sense that we are not in our bodies but our bodies are in us. We should realize in a vivid and revolutionary sense that we are not in our bodies but our bodies are in us.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: As we rise higher in the understanding of ourselves, the national and racial dissonances will be forgotten in the universal rhythms of Truth and Love. As we rise higher in the understanding of ourselves, the national and racial dissonances will be forgotten in the universal rhythms of Truth and Love.
Ruth St. Denis quotes: How in the end can one possibly hold anyone responsible for our own underdeveloped visions, or undeveloped strength of character? How in the end can one possibly hold anyone responsible for our own underdeveloped visions, or undeveloped strength of character?
Ruth St. Denis quotes: We can hear the silent voice of the spiritual universe within our own hearts. We can hear the silent voice of the spiritual universe within our own hearts.