Inspirational Volcano Quotes

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If you remember nothing else, remember this: Inspiration from outside one's self is like the heat in an oven. It makes passable Bath buns. But inspiration from within is like a volcano: It changes the face of the world.
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Alan Bradley (The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag (Flavia de Luce, #2))
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I know that many men and even women are afraid and angry when women do speak, because in this barbaric society, when women speak truly they speak subversively - they can't help it: if you're underneath, if you're kept down, you break out, you subvert. We are volcanoes. When we women offer our experience as our truth, as human truth, all the maps change. There are new mountains. That's what I want - to hear you erupting. You young Mount St. Helenses who don't know the power in you - I want to hear you.
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Ursula K. Le Guin
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Volcanic ash will be experienced in all parts of your world, as the volcanoes around your earth are simultaneously activated. Face masks and goggles will be of great value
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Esther Hicks (A New Beginning I: Handbook for Joyous Survival)
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The world's natural calamities and disasters-its tornados and hurricanes, volcanoes and floods-its physical turmoil-are not created by us specifically. What is created by us is the degree to which these events touch our life
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Neale Donald Walsch (Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1)
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Take the pain and grow beauty...You know I've always loved volcanoes. I love how they spew searing, deadly lava that goes on to nurture the most beautiful landscapes on earth. It's from searing pain that the deepest beauty can sprout
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Carrie Firestone (The Loose Ends List)
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If You Love me.. -- Your love drove me towards the live volcano where i will be burnt and destroyed On your fake promises I made castles on air Oh! ! ! I was throwing some pearls in desert where oasis has value Pearls have no value just remember I am an ocean you are only a boat for a boat to explore ocean love need to be daring, desperate If You love me Plant a seed of truth make me part of your missing Just If you Love me.........
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Seema Gupta
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Don't Ignore Silence Cause It Has A Sound. When It Starts Speaking, Its Louder Than Thousand Volcanoes....
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Muhammad Imran Hasan
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She wasn't a black hole, she decided. She was a volcano. And like a volcano she couldn't run away from herself. She'd have to stay there and tend to that wasteland.
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Matt Haig (The Midnight Library)
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What is man but a little soul holding up a corpse?
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Malcolm Lowry (Under the Volcano)
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Poetry happens when there is nothing to say but you have a volcano hidden inside you waiting to erupt.
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Debasish Mridha
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If your heart is a volcano,how shall you expect flower to bloom?
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Kahlil Gibran
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Words are not merely the ashes fall down after volcano erupts, in fact they are the entire volcano in themselves.
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Yash Thakur
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No one used the phrase "force of nature" in a positive way. It's meant for floods, and volcanoes, and hurricanes. I'm a woman, not a geographical phenomenon.
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Charlotte Vassell (The Other Half (DI Caius Beauchamp, #1))
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She is a Volcano of Talents!
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Avijeet Das
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You should be happy because I was certain (predictable) with u, rest of the world named me VOLCANO. -baba bali
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Balkrishn Sanmotra
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I thought how artists, writers, and thinkers who are genuinely and strongly connected to their time, place, and peoples always sense disasters before they befall. They are not magicians with crystal balls. They simply use their other well-trained senses, beyond the five senses, to feel the upcoming earthquake, to sense the eruption of the upcoming volcanos, the approaching hurricanes. They signal what they sense in their works, while many people don’t take their warnings seriously.
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Louis Yako (Bullets in Envelopes: Iraqi Academics in Exile)
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Sixteenth-century Danish nobleman and astronomer Tycho Brahe was the greatest naked-eye astronomer and an interesting character. His colorful past included being kidnapped by his uncle, being given an island, constructing a state-of-the-art and gorgeous observatory, being evicted from his island only to have his observatory destroyed by the islanders after his departure, and wearing a metal prosthetic nose after having the tip of his own nose cut off during a mathematics-inspired duel. Brahe died in 1601 as a result of a burst bladder after he held his pee too long.
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Dean Regas (Facts from Space!: From Super-Secret Spacecraft to Volcanoes in Outer Space, Extraterrestrial Facts to Blow Your Mind!)
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They chose a mantra inspired by Jaggar’s guiding motivationβ€”to understand volcanoes so that future disasters, like the apocalypse at Mount PelΓ©e, could be avoided: Ne plus haustae aut obrutae urbesβ€”β€œNo more shall the cities be destroyed.
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Robin George Andrews (Super Volcanoes: What They Reveal about Earth and the Worlds Beyond)
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If you remember nothing else, remember this: Inspiration from outside one’s self is like the heat in an oven. It makes passable Bath buns. But inspiration from within is like a volcano: It changes the face of the world.” I
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Alan Bradley (The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag (Flavia de Luce, #2))
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The paradox of volcanoes was that they were symbols of destruction but also life. Once the lava slows and cools, it solidifies and then breaks down over time to become soil - rich, fertile soil. She wasn't a black hole, she decided. She was a volcano. And like a volcano she couldn't run away from herself. She'd have to stay there and tend to that wasteland. She could plant a forest inside herself.
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Matt Haig (The Midnight Library)
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In Hilo, we are the `āina. Its mist is our breath, its rain our tears, its waters our blood. Our veins run deep, our song louder than their noise. Roots too deep to extract. That’s the thing about hula. Burn your books, rewrite your history, build walls, plant flags. Hula is written within the swirls of our feet. It’s our umbilical cord, our pulse. Our battle cry, our death rattle, our moment of conception. The chants are archived in the stars. Hula is the heat rising from within our volcanoes. It is the pull of the tides, the beat of the surf against our cliffs. It is our hair, our teeth, our bones. Our DNA. You can steal a kingdom, but the kingdom will never belong to you
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Jasmin Iolani Hakes (Hula)