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favorite ::: n. --> A person or thing regarded with peculiar favor; one treated with partiality; one preferred above others; especially, one unduly loved, trusted, and enriched with favors by a person of high rank or authority.
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favorite ::: n. --> A person or thing regarded with peculiar favor; one treated with partiality; one preferred above others; especially, one unduly loved, trusted, and enriched with favors by a person of high rank or authority.
Short curls dangling over the temples; -- fashionable in the reign of Charles II.
The competitor (as a horse in a race) that is judged most likely to win; the competitor standing highest in the betting.

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1:You should not have a favorite weapon. To become over-familiar with one weapon is as much a fault as not knowing it sufficiently well. ~ Miyamoto Musashi,
2:There is nothing which is beyond the reach of the God-lover or denied to him; for he is the favorite of the Divine Lover and the self of the Beloved. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Synthesis Of Yoga ,
3:andai on Oct 28, 2017 | parent | favorite | on: Alan Kay on Lisp\nI wonder if LISP and LSD encourage similar ways of thinking.\n\ntempodox on Oct 28, 2017 [-]\nBased on my own experiences with both, I'd say: Yes. Although I'm sure you couldn't prove it mathematically (yet). ~ website, ,
4:Solitude, the safeguard of mediocrity, is to genius the stern friend, the cold, obscure shelter where moult the wings which will bear it farther than suns and stars. He who should inspire and lead his race must be defended from travelling with the souls of other men, from living, breathing, reading, and writing in the daily, time-worn yoke of their opinions. "In the morning, - solitude;" said Pythagoras; that Nature may speak to the imagination, as she does never in company, and that her favorite may make acquaintance with those divine strengths which disclose themselves to serious and abstracted thought. 'Tis very certain that Plato, Plotinus, Archimedes, Hermes, Newton, Milton, Wordsworth, did not live in a crowd, but descended into it from time to time as benefactors: and the wise instructor will press this point of securing to the young soul in the disposition of time and the arrangements of living, periods and habits of solitude. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
5:Part 2 - Initiation6. The Road of Trials:Once having traversed the threshold, the hero moves in a dream landscape of curiously fluid, ambiguous forms, where he must survive a succession of trials. This is a favorite phase of the myth-adventure. It has produced a world literature of miraculous tests and ordeals. The hero is covertly aided by the advice, amulets, and secret agents of the supernatural helper whom he met before his entrance into this region. Or it may be that he here discovers for the first time that there is a benign power everywhere supporting him in his superhuman passage. The original departure into the land of trials represented only the beginning of the long and really perilous path of initiatory conquests and moments of illumination. Dragons have now to be slain and surprising barriers passed-again, again, and again. Meanwhile there will be a multitude of preliminary victories, unsustainable ecstasies and momentary glimpses of the wonderful land. ~ Joseph Campbell,

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1:I'm my favorite rapper. ~ Kanye West,
2:You’re my favorite color ~ Ashley Jade,
3:BSB are my personal favorites. ~ Dr Dre,
4:Favorite animal: steak. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
5:Us is my favorite people. ~ Rick Riordan,
6:You're my favorite mistake ~ Sheryl Crow,
7:God does not play favorites. ~ Max Lucado,
8:Hockey's my favorite sport. ~ Denis Leary,
9:My favorite color is green. ~ Larry Clark,
10:Death’s favorites don’t die. ~ Holly Black,
11:Sunday is my favorite day. ~ Emma Caulfield,
12:Bad ideas are my favorite kind. ~ V E Schwab,
13:Free’s my favorite price. ~ Juliet Blackwell,
14:My favorite animal is steak. ~ Fran Lebowitz,
15:My favorite animals are dogs. ~ Jane Goodall,
16:[My favorite word?] "Yes." ~ Pamela Anderson,
17:Blue wasn’t my favorite color, ~ Rick Riordan,
18:Gucci Mane is my favorite artist. ~ Fetty Wap,
19:Mmm. O positive, my favorite. ~ Richelle Mead,
20:My favorite color is you. ~ Suzanne Brockmann,
21:Grumpy is her favorite dwarf. ~ Christina Dodd,
22:Heaven Has No Favorites ~ Erich Maria Remarque,
23:My favorite toast is rye toast. ~ Paris Hilton,
24:You're my favorite complication. ~ Scott Lynch,
25:My favorite fur is wild acrylic. ~ Linda Palmer,
26:She became my favorite scar. ~ Jonathan Carroll,
27:Tobacco is my favorite vegetable. ~ Frank Zappa,
28:Favorite food? Brunch and tacos. ~ Samantha Irby,
29:It's my favorite role - being a mom. ~ Teri Polo,
30:Lucky men are favorites of Heaven. ~ John Dryden,
31:My favorite ginger is Prince Harry! ~ Andy Cohen,
32:My favorite umpire is a dead one. ~ Johnny Evers,
33:Purple's my favorite color. ~ Danielle Panabaker,
34:All my book are my favorites. ~ Miguel Angel Ruiz,
35:My favorite movies are love stories. ~ Tom Savini,
36:My favorite pastime is to write. ~ Danny Bonaduce,
37:My favorite wines are Zinfandels. ~ Thomas Keller,
38:New York is my favorite city. ~ Walter Dean Myers,
39:the gods play no
favorites. ~ Charles Bukowski,
40:Aries in his many fits knows no favorites. ~ Homer,
41:Fargo is one of my favorite movies. ~ Tate Donovan,
42:Favorite People, Favorite Places, ~ Henry Van Dyke,
43:Grey is the devil's favorite color. ~ Peter Kreeft,
44:He was my first favorite mistake. ~ Lauren Blakely,
45:I don't have a favorite place to play. ~ Keren Ann,
46:I love fall. It’s my favorite season. ~ J J McAvoy,
47:My favorite dancer is Sylvie Guillem. ~ Jerry Hall,
48:Reruns are my favorite things on TV. ~ Andy Warhol,
49:sporting my favorite blue baseball ~ Austen Hartke,
50:And you, Percy, are my favorite son. ~ Rick Riordan,
51:My favorite body part of Kim's: heart. ~ Kanye West,
52:My favorite color is rainbow. ~ Katherine Applegate,
53:My favorite ethnic group is smart. ~ Dagoberto Gilb,
54:She laughed. My favorite music. ~ Christopher Moore,
55:Swing is my favorite kind of music. ~ George Strait,
56:Betrayal... is my favorite subject. ~ Norman Jewison,
57:Dogs are my favorite people. ~ Richard Dean Anderson,
58:Ed Kowalczyk is my favorite singer. ~ Chris Daughtry,
59:I really don't have a favorite team. ~ Bill Goldberg,
60:I've got a lot of favorite golfers. ~ Deron Williams,
61:My favorite fighter is Anderson Silva. ~ Ryan Guzman,
62:Blackberry Smoke is my favorite band! ~ Jamey Johnson,
63:Dakota Fanning is my favorite actress. ~ Elle Fanning,
64:Firemen are my favorite color.’ Jesus! ~ Pamela Clare,
65:'I don't know' is my favorite position. ~ Byron Katie,
66:My favorite dish is tandoori chicken. ~ Shahrukh Khan,
67:my favorite nephew?” Ike asked as Theo ~ John Grisham,
68:Porkchops and bacon, my two favorite animals. ~ Homer,
69:The Rosary is my favorite prayer. ~ Pope John Paul II,
70:Blade Runner' is one of my favorite films. ~ J H Wyman,
71:Jet-skiing is my favorite water sport. ~ Sharni Vinson,
72:Math is one of my favorite subjects. ~ Macaulay Culkin,
73:My brain? It's my second favorite organ! ~ Woody Allen,
74:Sex is my favorite three letter word. ~ Tassa Desalada,
75:Suspect all your favorite sentences. ~ Kenneth Atchity,
76:You’re my favorite kind of sound. ~ Brittainy C Cherry,
77:Dior jeans are one of my favorites. ~ Theophilus London,
78:Genealogy was her favorite insanity. ~ Anthony Trollope,
79:I think you’re my new favorite person. ~ Helena Hunting,
80:My favorite movie of all time is 'Rocky.' ~ Kevin James,
81:One of my favorite films is 'Pretty Woman. ~ Taye Diggs,
82:'What's your favorite position?' 'CEO.' ~ Lauren Conrad,
83:You’re my favorite fucking wild thing. ~ Krista Ritchie,
84:Can you believe I have a favorite cave? ~ Veronica Rossi,
85:God's favorite type of prayer is action. ~ Bryant McGill,
86:Merce is my favorite artist in any field. ~ Jasper Johns,
87:My brain? That's my second favorite organ. ~ Woody Allen,
88:My favorite thing to do is eat and eat well. ~ Lena Olin,
89:My favorite vegetable is the marshmallow. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
90:My favorite web site is probably YouTube. ~ David Henrie,
91:Our favorite holding period is forever. ~ Warren Buffett,
92:Alone with our madness and favorite flower ~ John Ashbery,
93:Death isn’t picky, doesn’t play favorites. ~ Jeremy Bates,
94:I can sleep. I love sleep; it's my favorite. ~ Kanye West,
95:I don't know if I have a favorite color. ~ Kate Middleton,
96:I’ll always love you like a new favorite song. ~ A R Wise,
97:I love songs. Songs are my favorite things. ~ Terry Gross,
98:I love the rain. It's my favorite weather. ~ Kristen Wiig,
99:In boxing, everybody has their favorites. ~ Thomas Hearns,
100:Les Miserables is one of my favorite stories ~ Larry King,
101:My favorite rappers are Lil Wayne. I like Wayne. ~ Future,
102:My favorite unknown movie is 'The Comic.' ~ Dick Van Dyke,
103:New Hampshire's one of my favorite places. ~ Donald Trump,
104:Summer is my favorite time to read mysteries. ~ Meg Cabot,
105:Suspect all of your favorite sentences. ~ Kenneth Atchity,
106:The hard way is my favorite way to learn. ~ Sarah McCarry,
107:Calling for delivery is my favorite recipe. ~ Sarah Dessen,
108:Laughing is, like, my favorite thing to do. ~ Agyness Deyn,
109:My favorite activity is to be with my family. ~ Jeff Koons,
110:You fit me better than my favorite sweater. ~ Lana Del Rey,
111:Acting is everybody's favorite second job. ~ Jack Nicholson,
112:Ah! A lady of mystery! My very favorite kind. ~ Holly Black,
113:Delaying death is one of my favorite hobbies ~ Rick Riordan,
114:I don't have a favorite book, I have hundreds ~ J K Rowling,
115:I don't have a favorite book. I have hundreds. ~ John Green,
116:I just want to write someone’s favorite book ~ Markus Zusak,
117:I love Japan, and Tokyo is my favorite city. ~ Barry Eisler,
118:Mark Ryden is my favorite visual artist. ~ Melanie Martinez,
119:New York is my favorite city in the world. ~ Liam Gallagher,
120:The second side of Abbey Road is my favorite. ~ Ringo Starr,
121:Twin Peaks' is my favorite American TV show. ~ Rebecca Hall,
122:Valentine's Day is my favorite holiday. ~ Lindsay Ellingson,
123:And right now, you look like my favorite sin. ~ Marisa Adams,
124:Fishing seems to be the favorite form of loafing. ~ E W Howe,
125:I just want to write someone’s favorite book. ~ Markus Zusak,
126:I love action films. It's my favorite genre. ~ Til Schweiger,
127:I love 'Game of Thrones.' That's my favorite. ~ Robin Thicke,
128:My favorite journey is anywhere I haven't been ~ Donna Karan,
129:My favorite movie is Closer and Love Story. ~ Shelley Hennig,
130:My favorite project is always the next one. ~ Michael Graves,
131:My sisters are my favorite people on earth. ~ Ryan Phillippe,
132:One of my favorite artists on Deviantart. ~ Patrick Rothfuss,
133:Richard Pryor is my favorite stand-up ever. ~ Norm MacDonald,
134:Right now, my favorite game is Resident Evil 2. ~ Shane West,
135:You will always be your child's favorite toy. ~ Vicki Lansky,
136:Embed quoteadd to favoritesshare this quote. ~ Marcel Marceau,
137:I love potatoes - they're my favorite food. ~ Trisha Yearwood,
138:Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion. ~ Dolly Parton,
139:My favorite journey is looking out the window. ~ Edward Gorey,
140:Pray tell us, what's your favorite number? ~ Abraham Verghese,
141:These are a few of my favorite things. ~ Oscar Hammerstein II,
142:Your favorite son and brother, Shade. Like ~ Victoria Aveyard,
143:'Angel Heart' was one of my favorite films. ~ Darren Aronofsky,
144:Fried chicken is my husband's favorite food. ~ Chelsea Clinton,
145:He smells so damn good. Like my favorite song. ~ Diana T Scott,
146:My favorite movie ever is Bicycle Thieves. ~ Jennifer Morrison,
147:My favorite music is the music I haven't yet heard ~ John Cage,
148:[My favorite word is] and. It is so hopeful. ~ Margaret Atwood,
149:Ooh, the staring at threads class. My favorite. ~ Frank Beddor,
150:Theology, it turns out, is Satan's favorite game. ~ Mike Mason,
151:Collaborative is my favorite word in moviemaking. ~ J K Simmons,
152:Complaining is the favorite pastime of millions. ~ Mason Cooley,
153:favorite Norwegian novel, Giants in the Earth. ~ Nuruddin Farah,
154:Growing up, my favorite TV show was Star Trek ~ Casper Van Dien,
155:Her least favorite thing: VOLUNTARY IGNORANCE ~ Whoopi Goldberg,
156:I always related my favorite music to the movies. ~ Petra Haden,
157:I love acting, truly my favorite people are actors. ~ Sean Penn,
158:My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. ~ Diane Arbus,
159:my favorite urban flower, the baseball box score ~ Roger Angell,
160:Normal is absolutely my least favorite word. ~ Carolyn Heilbrun,
161:One of my all-time favorite workouts is boxing. ~ Cassie Scerbo,
162:purple is my favorite color that isn’t black, and ~ Jim Butcher,
163:These are a few of his least favorite things. ~ Neal Shusterman,
164:You are always someones favorite unfolding story ~ Ann Patchett,
165:AH, MY THREE FAVORITE WORDS: Carter, shut up. Zia ~ Rick Riordan,
166:America's Least Favorite Major Fast Food Chain Is... ~ Anonymous,
167:Each of his sons had been his favorite child. ~ Elizabeth Strout,
168:Experience is a teacher that knows no favorites. ~ Napoleon Hill,
169:Favorite color to paint my nails is black, always. ~ Troye Sivan,
170:It's my favorite thing to do: luxurious nothing. ~ Haley Bennett,
171:I Want to be Your Favorite Hello and Hardest Goodbye ~ Anonymous,
172:My favorite place to shop is: any Duane Reade. ~ Michael Bastian,
173:Next to coffee, chocolate was her favorite aroma. ~ Joanne Fluke,
174:Sex is my favorite sport. I'm always in the mood. ~ Cameron Diaz,
175:Shadow Market nights were Kit’s favorite. They ~ Cassandra Clare,
176:Childhood - that was not my favorite time in my life. ~ Roz Chast,
177:Each of his son's had been his favorite child. ~ Elizabeth Strout,
178:Eating is one of my favorite parts of the day ~ Jennifer Lawrence,
179:I do what I do because my favorite thing is to learn. ~ Daphne Oz,
180:My favorite business book of all time is experience. ~ Noah Kagan,
181:My favorite moments are when everyone is laughing. ~ Laurie David,
182:My favorite movie of all time is 'Home Alone 3.' ~ Jacob Latimore,
183:My favorite quote in the world is this one. ~ Richelle E Goodrich,
184:My first love. He was my first favorite mistake. ~ Lauren Blakely,
185:People who text a lot are not my favorite thing. ~ Penny Marshall,
186:quarter-final win over Belgium. Favorite this article ~ Anonymous,
187:Sesame oil is probably my favorite condiment, period. ~ Ted Allen,
188:The sunflower is a favorite emblem of constancy ~ Thomas Bulfinch,
189:Your favorite stories will be in your heart forever ~ J K Rowling,
190:Forever Young, by Dylan, is one of my favorite songs. ~ Levon Helm,
191:Human nature is a scoundrel's favorite explanation. ~ Mason Cooley,
192:I do like adrenaline. Zip-lining is my favorite. ~ Shanola Hampton,
193:I don’t make my kids say I’m their favorite star. ~ Shahrukh Khan,
194:My favorite holiday is my birthday-it's very Leo. ~ Jennifer Lopez,
195:My favorite one to see is the metal bikini on men. ~ Carrie Fisher,
196:My favorite saying is, 'If it's too loud, turn it up.' ~ Tori Amos,
197:My favorite thing to do is not act - it's that simple. ~ Sean Penn,
198:One of my favorite movies of all time is Fargo. ~ Cameron Monaghan,
199:What kind of human person has a favorite eraser? ~ William Golding,
200:What kind of human person has a favorite eraser? ~ William Goldman,
201:What's your favorite book? "The last one I read. ~ Stephen Chbosky,
202:You're already my favorite thing to fight for Haley. ~ Ellie Messe,
203:A lot of my favorite artists are fashion icons. ~ Theophilus London,
204:Chatty, defensive, observant. My new favorite witness. ~ Rob Thomas,
205:Every love story is beautiful, but ours is my favorite. ~ Anonymous,
206:favorite person. Whatever. I didn’t care. Blake ~ Ilsa Madden Mills,
207:I don't know if I like being the sentimental favorite. ~ John Elway,
208:I like records. My favorite is Simon and Garfunkel. ~ Morgan Saylor,
209:I love hitting-that's my favorite part of the game. ~ Adrian Beltre,
210:Music...This is the favorite passion of my soul. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
211:My favorite place in the world is next to you. ~ Charlotte Eriksson,
212:My favorite pudding is good old English apple pie. ~ Jeremy Bulloch,
213:My favorite: Spirituality is a domain of awareness. ~ Deepak Chopra,
214:People will kill to protect their favorite fables. ~ Joseph Brassey,
215:She is my musician, and me, I’m her favorite song. ~ Rudy Francisco,
216:That is the Roman way: to give favors to the favorites. ~ Hans Kung,
217:The graveyard shift was his favorite time of night. ~ Christa Faust,
218:The place where I am is always my favorite place. ~ Ari Marcopoulos,
219:Well, my favorite color I guess I would say yellow. ~ Fran Drescher,
220:Why are my least favorite people always the most durable? ~ Rebecca,
221:You’re like the broken chapter of my favorite story. ~ Leylah Attar,
222:After all, everyone's favorite subject is themselves. ~ Neil Strauss,
223:I love New York. It's one of my favorite cities. ~ Victoria Azarenka,
224:In many, many ways... Hufflepuff is my favorite house. ~ J K Rowling,
225:Is Elizabeth Taylor fat? Her favorite food is seconds. ~ Joan Rivers,
226:Magic Johnson was my favorite player growing up. ~ Russell Westbrook,
227:My favorite birthday game is Pin the Cleanup on the guests. ~ Maxine,
228:Top Gun was one of my favorite movies growing up. ~ Stephen Colletti,
229:Well, my favorite roles so far are Lucas and Lost Boys. ~ Corey Haim,
230:1:52 a.m. His favorite nightcap—coffee and Benzedrine. ~ James Ellroy,
231:He looks at you like... like you’re his favorite food. ~ Karina Halle,
232:I've got my old favorites like The Eagles and Bon Jovi. ~ Niall Horan,
233:My favorite photograph, is the one I will take tomorrow. ~ Pete Souza,
234:My favorite sport is female and my favorite food is beer. ~ Glen Cook,
235:Poetry has never been a favorite American pastime. ~ Natalie Goldberg,
236:read many over the years because they’re my favorite, and ~ Anonymous,
237:"The Notebook" is one of my favorite love stories. ~ Taylor Schilling,
238:The older I get, the more I look like my favorite shoes. ~ Dana Gould,
239:We forget that IMPOSSIBLE is one of God's favorite words ~ Max Lucado,
240:You are your own favorite hobby. You’re an expert on you. ~ Anonymous,
241:You’re my favorite four-letter word.” -Daisy to Ryke ~ Krista Ritchie,
242:Chicken pot pie--those are my three favorite things. ~ Pablo Francisco,
243:Chimps are far too much human to be my favorite animal. ~ Jane Goodall,
244:Coffee - the favorite drink of the civilized world. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
245:Each of his sons had been his favorite child. Daisy ~ Elizabeth Strout,
246:I go to bed early; my favorite dream comes on at nine. ~ George Carlin,
247:I have a ranch, which is my favorite place in the world. ~ Salma Hayek,
248:I like to play with architecture! It's my favorite game. ~ Jean Nouvel,
249:I love doing voice-over. It's one of my favorite things. ~ Mae Whitman,
250:I love performing live: it's my very favorite thing to do. ~ Lil Romeo,
251:Know your enemy - and learn about his favorite sport. ~ Nelson Mandela,
252:Mothers aren't allowed to have favorite children! ~ Bonnie Jo Campbell,
253:My favorite place to vacation is anyplace by the ocean. ~ Nina Arianda,
254:Peyton was the best, my favorite quarterback growing up. ~ Andrew Luck,
255:Physical comedy is my favorite thing in the world to do. ~ Jason Biggs,
256:That's my favorite food group: donut. I love the donut. ~ Laura Linney,
257:Touring is one of my favorite things about what I get to do. ~ T Mills,
258:Truth is often the favorite tool of those who deceive. ~ Bryant McGill,
259:We love reproducing. Its one of our favorite things. ~ Cassandra Clare,
260:What a dog I got, his favorite bone is in my arm. ~ Rodney Dangerfield,
261:What's your favorite book?
"The last one I read. ~ Stephen Chbosky,
262:Because making her happy was his favorite activity ~ Brittainy C Cherry,
263:Black hair and blue eyes are my favorite combination. ~ Cassandra Clare,
264:I love dogs. Like, A LOT. They’re my favorite animal. Ever. ~ Tom Hardy,
265:I think my favorite for music and spirit is Ray Gomez. ~ Stanley Clarke,
266:Jeremih has been my favorite artist to collab with. ~ Chance the Rapper,
267:My favorite movie is 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.' ~ Jason Momoa,
268:My favorite time frame for holding a stock is forever. ~ Warren Buffett,
269:Pears are my favorite fruit! Reminds me of childhood. ~ Michelle Forbes,
270:Rugrats was my favorite cartoon growing up as a kid. ~ Michael Angarano,
271:She laughs and it's my favorite song in the world. ~ A Meredith Walters,
272:You can tell a lot about a person from their favorite song. ~ Anonymous,
273:Your favorite virtue? An appreciation for irony. ~ Christopher Hitchens,
274:Could you get O positive this time? That's my favorite. ~ Heather Brewer,
275:Everything that has calories in my kitchen is my favorite ~ G A McKevett,
276:I love 'Breaking Bad.' I think that's my favorite show. ~ Lyndsy Fonseca,
277:John Lennon was definitely my favorite Beatle, hands down. ~ Kurt Cobain,
278:My favorite cast member of 'Scandal' is Josh Malina. ~ Darby Stanchfield,
279:My favorite part of theatre is that I get paid for it! ~ Ruthie Henshall,
280:Truth is often the favorite tool of those who deceive. ~ Bryant H McGill,
281:Vietnam is the Liberals' favorite was because America lost ~ Ann Coulter,
282:You will always be my favorite person in the world. ~ Sarah Rees Brennan,
283:Always have a collection of your favorite CDs with you. ~ Dimebag Darrell,
284:But the guitar is my favorite, first and foremost instrument. ~ Midge Ure,
285:English muffins with avocado is one of my favorite breakfasts. ~ Mia Hamm,
286:Fleetwood Mac is just one of my all-time favorite bands. ~ Chris Hardwick,
287:It is maybe not the best choice to have a favorite anything. ~ Dalai Lama,
288:Me, I’m cool with all the races. My favorite color is green. ~ M K Asante,
289:My favorite cookie is the cookie I'm eating at the moment. ~ Joanne Fluke,
290:My favorite movie villain? Oh, that's easy. Hannibal Lecter. ~ Troy Duffy,
291:My favorite stories are human, so I'm always looking for... ~ Ethan Hawke,
292:That old sick joy, her first and favorite drug. Control. ~ Seth Dickinson,
293:Where are we going?” “I don’t know.” “My favorite destination. ~ L J Shen,
294:Batman is easily my most favorite character beside Spawn. ~ Todd McFarlane,
295:Chef's choice is my favorite. I'm super adventurous. ~ Neil Patrick Harris,
296:Come on, Barbie. Please. Do it for your favorite cupcake. ~ Gena Showalter,
297:Farmers Market, one of his favorite places in the city. ~ Michael Connelly,
298:God is no respector of persons, but He does play favorites. ~ Tommy Tenney,
299:I think sometimes that God's favorite word is surprise! ~ Kathryn Springer,
300:I've never really had a favorite player, past or present. ~ Magnus Carlsen,
301:Math and science were my favorite subjects besides theater. ~ Jason Earles,
302:My favorite color: "A pale blue dot suspended in a sunbeam... ~ Carl Sagan,
303:My favorite jewelry, it's just what I'm feeling at the time. ~ Erykah Badu,
304:My favorite prayer is, ‘Dear God. I’ll pedal if You’ll steer. ~ Robyn Carr,
305:One's favorite book is as elusive as one's favorite pudding. ~ E M Forster,
306:Space Jam is my favorite movie. Don't ask me why, it just is. ~ Thom Yorke,
307:The bad things are some of my favorites," Peter said. ~ Jodi Lynn Anderson,
308:They're my favorite two words these days: Oscar reject. ~ Linda Fiorentino,
309:Christopher Guest movies are my top of the line favorites. ~ Nina Blackwood,
310:Every generation has their favorite Spider-Man television show. ~ Jeph Loeb,
311:exclusive information on your favorite HarperCollins author. ~ Jack Higgins,
312:I love Modern Family but it's among a handful of favorite shows. ~ Tim Gunn,
313:Interacting with fans has become one of my favorite things. ~ Jade Hassoune,
314:I think the Beatles are a lot of people's favorite band. ~ Miranda Cosgrove,
315:Lucky for me, good guys disguised as assholes are my favorite, ~ Kim Holden,
316:My favorite designers are Levi Strauss and Fruit of the Loom ~ Robin Wright,
317:My favorite place in the world is my dad's house in Montauk. ~ Dylan Lauren,
318:My favorite sound in the whole world is your giggle, Anastasia. ~ E L James,
319:My favorite symbols were those which I didn't understand. ~ Adolph Gottlieb,
320:She was born in Baton Rouge, her favorite song was In My Life. ~ Ty Herndon,
321:The moment before he started was my favorite moment. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
322:The Way to Heaven has no favorites. It is always with the good man. ~ Laozi,
323:Too bad the things that make you mad are my favorite things. ~ Brandon Boyd,
324:Wall Street's favorite scam is pretending that luck is skill. ~ Ronald Ross,
325:who but a career academic has a favorite philosopher?— ~ Guillermo del Toro,
326:With very good reason, my favorite animal is the turtle. ~ Kathy Carmichael,
327:Yeah, me too
are now my three favorite words in English. ~ Jasmine Warga,
328:You are your own favorite hobby. You're an expert on you. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
329:Can I be your favorite girl?”
“You already are, Duchess. ~ Tarryn Fisher,
330:"Centurion" is probably one of my favorites [of RZA Day ]. ~ Earl Sweatshirt,
331:I am stoked for this. This is my favorite part of the entire show. ~ CM Punk,
332:I love documentaries. It's actually my favorite medium of film. ~ Jamie Bell,
333:I was a total sci-fi geek. Star Wars was my ultimate favorite. ~ Ming Na Wen,
334:My buildings are like my children, so I cannot have favorites. ~ Cesar Pelli,
335:My favorite color is blue, and my secret favorite color is pink. ~ Paul Dano,
336:My favorite conversations are the ones with no real answers ~ Colleen Hoover,
337:My favorite health club is the International House of Pancakes ~ Lewis Black,
338:My favorite movie of all time is probably Apocalypse Now. ~ Dominic Monaghan,
339:Oh, Hell's gates!" Annia cried, borrowing Vix's favorite curse. ~ Kate Quinn,
340:Right now I'd say my favorite fashion designer is Zac Posen. ~ Allyson Felix,
341:'The Young and the Restless' is my favorite television show. ~ Jesse Ventura,
342:Through is a favorite word of Gods... [follow with] (Isa. 43.2) ~ Max Lucado,
343:From my favorite t-shirt - If I can't wear my boots, I'm not going. ~ Unknown,
344:Going to the gym wouldn't be on my list of favorite things to do. ~ Kate Moss,
345:Ive done a lot of movies, but my favorite was Blind Faith. ~ Courtney B Vance,
346:I would have to say my favorite place on Earth is Bora Bora. ~ Robert Ballard,
347:Johnny Depp is one of my favorite actors because he takes chances. ~ Bai Ling,
348:My favorite athlete of all time would have to be Jim Thorpe. ~ Randy Castillo,
349:My favorite conversations are the ones with no real answers. ~ Colleen Hoover,
350:My favorite driver is always either the bad guy or the underdog. ~ Bo Jackson,
351:My favorite part about going to the gym used to be leaving. ~ Michael Cudlitz,
352:my two least-favorite words appeared on the screen: GAME OVER. ~ Ernest Cline,
353:NAMING YOUR STORIES Identify your mind’s favorite stories, then ~ Russ Harris,
354:The stuff was tremendous, like drinking your favorite book. ~ Neal Stephenson,
355:Fantasizing about the future is one of my favorite pastimes. ~ Richard Branson,
356:I like to cook Shrimp Alfredo. It's also my favorite dish to eat! ~ Coco Jones,
357:Jeff Bridges is one of my favorite actors in the history of ever. ~ Ben Barnes,
358:My favorite kitchen was the Japanese and the Italian kitchen. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
359:My favorite part of dreams. Clothing is optional. (V'Aiden) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
360:My favorite place in the whole world is Jackson Hole, Wyoming. ~ Miguel Ferrer,
361:My favorite teams are the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Jets. ~ Bridget Hall,
362:The movie 'Black Cat,' from 1934, is one of my favorite movies. ~ Kirk Hammett,
363:Topography displays no favorites; North's as near as West. ~ Elizabeth Bishop,
364:You know my father's favorite game? Come here and pull my finger. ~ Bill Cosby,
365:All my favorite movies are somebody else's least favorite movie. ~ Rian Johnson,
366:conscious that time was shortening the list of her favorite people. ~ J D Vance,
367:I feel like the last tattoo you got is usually your favorite. ~ Nico Tortorella,
368:If I had to have a favorite chef, I'd probably say I like Guy Fieri. ~ G Garvin,
369:I hate learning lines, so the fight stuff's always my favorite. ~ Travis Fimmel,
370:I thought maybe I would be everyone's favorite dude-food friend. ~ Adam Richman,
371:My favorite actor is Steve McQueen, and he did his own stunts. ~ Christian Kane,
372:My favorite Aggie joke? I'm sorry I don't understand the question ~ Lyle Lovett,
373:My favorite album would have to be something from The Beatles. ~ Liam Gallagher,
374:My favorite books all involved people dealing with hardships. ~ Jeannette Walls,
375:My favorite part of dreams. Clothing is optionable." V'Aidan ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
376:My favorite tennis player, who I'm amazed by, is Roger Federer. ~ Doug Davidson,
377:Oooooo...pity. My favorite snack next to dog shit." Lucian Roman ~ Laura Wright,
378:Personally, I react to Marlon Brando. He's a favorite of mine. ~ Marilyn Monroe,
379:Real estate was the world’s favorite money-laundering currency, ~ Michael Wolff,
380:The Princess Bride is one of my favorite movies, of all time. ~ Ivana Milicevic,
381:They've youth; they'll walk it out like a favorite pair trainers. ~ Alan Warner,
382:And as far as actors go, Peter Sellers is my all-time favorite. ~ Demetri Martin,
383:Baths are my favorite thing. I can have two, three a day. ~ Kristin Scott Thomas,
384:Because sometimes, our favorite things are the ones that make us cry. ~ L J Shen,
385:I'd have to say Bali's my favorite place that I've visited. ~ Christopher Meloni,
386:I don't have no favorite rock bands. I'm a fan of rock music though. ~ DJ Khaled,
387:Jay-Z's my favorite rapper, but why can't I aspire to be better than him? ~ Wale,
388:Manson is a great talker and his favorite subject is himself. ~ Robert K Ressler,
389:My least favorite phrase in the English language is 'I don't care.' ~ James Caan,
390:Sexual reproduction and food -- humans' two favorite subjects. ~ Melissa Landers,
391:She was wearing her favorite UK T-shirt that read, “I Bleed Blue. ~ Molly Harper,
392:Steak and sex, my favorite pair. I get them both very rare. ~ Rodney Dangerfield,
393:There are a million ways to bleed. But you are by far my favorite. ~ Iain Thomas,
394:Who sends for their favorite whore when they have a tummy ache? ~ Pepper Winters,
395:But probably my favorite music, believe it or not, is sad music. ~ Walton Goggins,
396:If God's got a favorite songwriter, I think it's John Prine. ~ Kris Kristofferson,
397:Margaritas are my favorite. And my fiance makes them just perfect. ~ Garance Dore,
398:Most people know that Ray Bradbury is one of my favorite authors. ~ Alice Hoffman,
399:My favorite book of all time is Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons. ~ Meg Cabot,
400:My favorite part of going to a wedding is ruining the wedding. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
401:Pity the man who has a favorite restaurant, but not a favorite author. ~ Jim Rohn,
402:You’re like a favorite pillow. I have to pack you wherever I go. ~ Liane Moriarty,
403:I love being a mom. Being a mother is my favorite thing ever. ~ June Diane Raphael,
404:I love editing. It's one of my favorite parts about filmmaking. ~ Steven Spielberg,
405:I want to leave nothing, my favorite key is the one that deletes. ~ Elena Ferrante,
406:[Jodie Foster] is one of my favorite actors and people in the business. ~ Rob Lowe,
407:My favorite color is fuschia. That's a fancy way of saying purple. ~ Jane O Connor,
408:My favorite film is always the one that I most recently worked on. ~ Lloyd Kaufman,
409:My favorite jellybean is the pink one with the flavor inside. ~ Chester Bennington,
410:My favorite sort of read is the kind that opens my mind to new ideas. ~ Hugh Howey,
411:My favorite sounds are the high, spacey ones that are very ambient. ~ Andy Summers,
412:My favorite thing in the whole is getting to work with the actors. ~ Rob Letterman,
413:One of my favorite books [The Stand] of all time. I grew up reading it. ~ Rob Lowe,
414:One of my favorite things: good conversation with good friends. ~ Karen Salmansohn,
415:They've youth; they'll walk it out like a favorite pair pf trainers. ~ Alan Warner,
416:Truth be told, the willful idiocy is my favorite part of adventurers. ~ Drew Hayes,
417:Books make great gifts because they're everybody's favorite things. ~ Julie Andrews,
418:Dave Herman as Michael Bolton is one of my favorite performances ever. ~ Adam McKay,
419:I adore Quentin Tarantino. The Kill Bill series is my favorite. ~ Madison Davenport,
420:I don't think there's anything better than hearing your favorite band live. ~ Slash,
421:I have done all of the genres, and the dramatic role is my favorite. ~ Jeff Daniels,
422:I like being employed, you know. That's my favorite kind of acting. ~ John C Reilly,
423:In one sense we are a favorite because we won a gold medal in 2002. ~ Wayne Gretzky,
424:My favorite book is always the one I'm working on at the moment ~ Caroline B Cooney,
425:My favorite Dominican dish to indulge in is anything with crab. ~ Pharrell Williams,
426:Nothing was out of place. Perfection was my favorite form of control. ~ Celia Aaron,
427:One of my favorite horror films of the Nineties was 'Event Horizon.' ~ Kirk Hammett,
428:One of the ego's favorite paths of resistance is to fill you with doubt. ~ Ram Dass,
429:The sound of your heartbeat…is my favorite sound in the whole world. ~ Shelly Crane,
430:Connor wears a billion-dollar grin. “Words are my favorite sex toy, ~ Krista Ritchie,
431:Humans, as a concept, were not among my ten favorite things in the world. ~ L J Shen,
432:I want everyone to meet you. You're my favorite person of all time. ~ Rainbow Rowell,
433:Motown's policy was to build one act at a time or their favorites. ~ Brenda Holloway,
434:No soldier likes the thought of losing his best friend and favorite toy. ~ Glen Cook,
435:No" was most definitely Faolan's favorite word. "No" and "More milk. ~ Kathryn Lasky,
436:Snoop [Dog] is my favorite artist of all time. He's someone I look up to. ~ Kid Cudi,
437:Spending time with my staff reminded me why humans were my least favorite ~ L J Shen,
438:Sunday's my favorite day - that one matinee in the middle of the day! ~ Kelli O Hara,
439:The most favorite boy’s name is James; the least favorite is Gzxkls. ~ Jasper Fforde,
440:You're my favorite person, you're my favorite person, too. ~ Jenn Bennett,
441:Your favorite story, whatever it might be, was written for one reader ~ Victor Levin,
442:Aerosmith's 'Rocks' is on the list of my top favorite albums of all time. ~ Tommy Lee,
443:Double Indemnity is one of my all time favorites. Thats my favorite. ~ Alaina Huffman,
444:God at his best (and he always is)does not have favorite children ~ Eugene H Peterson,
445:I like dark humor. My favorite movie of all time is 'Harold and Maude.' ~ Leslie Mann,
446:I’m getting Loren Hale tonight. My most favorite thing in the world. ~ Krista Ritchie,
447:I think my funny books are my favorites because I like to laugh so much. ~ Dav Pilkey,
448:Memnoch the Devil happen to be my favorite of all The Vampire Chronicles. ~ Anne Rice,
449:My favorite fighter is Phil Baroni, and I’m pretty sure it’s yours too. ~ Phil Baroni,
450:My vintage Levi's are my favorite on the show, 'cause they really fit. ~ Laura Prepon,
451:One of my favorite ideas is, never to keep an unnecessary soldier. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
452:An egg white omelet with vegetables is one of my favorite breakfasts. ~ Gabriela Isler,
453:Mom: Callie, just tell me. Please. I’ll bake you your favorite pie. ~ Jessica Sorensen,
454:My favorite food is deep-fried ravioli. I always get that every year. ~ Kate DiCamillo,
455:My favorite Muppet? Uh... Kermi -- no, Animal. Animal is my favorite now. ~ Ross Lynch,
456:Nakata nodded “That’s right. Pancakes are one of Nakata’s favorites. ~ Haruki Murakami,
457:One of my favorite things to do is be in front of the camera and act. ~ Angie Everhart,
458:Pizza and a movie (Escape to Witch Mountain, my all-time Disney favorite) ~ Wendy Mass,
459:The world's favorite verb is 'get'. The verb of the Christian is 'give' ~ Billy Graham,
460:Three things tell a man: his eyes, his friends and his favorite quotes ~ Immanuel Kant,
461:You are my favorite song; a rhythm of beauty that captures my spirit. ~ Steve Maraboli,
462:Your ego is gushing all over me and getting my favorite shoes dirty. ~ Nicole Williams,
463:an all time favorite: "The large print giveth, the small print taketh away. ~ Tom Waits,
464:Any day spent with you is my favorite day. So today is my new favorite day. ~ A A Milne,
465:He will always be my Simon. My unintended. My favorite, most hated mistake. ~ B L Berry,
466:How come I’m only her favorite when my older siblings want something? ~ Melissa F Olson,
467:I don't have a favorite. I need different genres at different times. ~ Julianna Baggott,
468:Jason's favorite person in the entire universe was Jason Stackhouse. ~ Charlaine Harris,
469:My favorite type of music to sing would be between R and B and opera. ~ Stefano Langone,
470:Probably my favorite body part. No one ever complained about a fat brain. ~ Lissa Price,
471:What day is it?" It's today," squeaked Piglet. My favorite day," said Pooh. ~ A A Milne,
472:When it comes to civilian deaths, violent hostilities play no favorites. ~ John Conyers,
473:Alphaville is the title of one of my favorite movies. Jean-Luc Godard. ~ Haruki Murakami,
474:A MAN’S ALTER EGO is nothing more than his favorite image of himself. ~ Frank W Abagnale,
475:A man's alter ego is nothing more than his favorite image of himself. ~ Frank W Abagnale,
476:And of course coming from Massachusetts, Rocky Marciano was my favorite. ~ Robert Goulet,
477:Bad girls are my favorites. They make confession more interesting and fun. ~ Nancee Cain,
478:Documentaries are my favorite thing, and the more depressing, the better. ~ Maria Thayer,
479:Early Bluegrass is my favorite kind of music, not to many people know that. ~ John Fahey,
480:got grass stains on my left butt cheek—and that’s my favorite butt cheek! ~ Max Brallier,
481:I don't have one movie that is my favorite, I have about 25-30 favorites. ~ Jeff Bridges,
482:I really don't have favorites; I'm just a fan of movies, period. ~ Michael Clarke Duncan,
483:I would say time is definitely one of my top three favorite dimensions. ~ Randall Munroe,
484:Media bias has been a favorite theme of the Right for decades, of course. ~ Thomas Frank,
485:My favorite definition of fear is: False Expectations Appearing Real ~ Jill Bolte Taylor,
486:Not everyone likes all our flavors, but each flavor is someone's favorite. ~ Irv Robbins,
487:Procrastination is, hands down, our favorite form of self-sabotage. ~ Alyce Cornyn Selby,
488:Sure,” he said. “We love reproducing. It’s one of our favorite things. ~ Cassandra Clare,
489:The relationship of a girl and her favorite novel can be complex indeed. ~ Andrea Cremer,
490:Two of my favorite things are my steering wheel and my Remington rifle. ~ Dale Earnhardt,
491:WHAT is your name? WHAT is your quest? and WHAT is your favorite color? ~ Graham Chapman,
492:I’m often asked which of the Jack Daniels books is my personal favorite. It ~ J A Konrath,
493:I rooted around in the bowl for a half-popped kernel—my favorite. ~ Jennifer L Armentrout,
494:I seem to have a knack for picking movies that go on to be cult favorites. ~ Kurt Russell,
495:I wear a lot of different things, personally. I don't have favorites. ~ Russell Westbrook,
496:My favorite actresses are Cameron Diaz, Julia Roberts and Julie Andrews. ~ Dakota Fanning,
497:My favorite charity is the Womens Refugee Commission and the Nomi network. ~ Mamie Gummer,
498:My favorite comedians were Jimmy Durante, George Burns, senior citizens. ~ Joseph Bologna,
499:My favorite pastime involved soft places, furred friends, and good books. ~ Chelsea Field,
500:My favorite type of music to sing is a crossover between country and pop. ~ Lauren Alaina,

--- IN CHAPTERS (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


   3 Occultism
   2 Integral Yoga
   1 Integral Theory

   2 The Mother
   2 Satprem
   2 Aleister Crowley

   5 The Hero with a Thousand Faces
   2 The Mothers Agenda
   2 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
   2 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness

1.01_-_An_Accomplished_Westerner, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  but also with an English governess, Miss Pagett, and then sent off at the age of five to an Irish convent school in Darjeeling among the sons of British administrators. Two years later, the three Ghose boys would leave for England. Sri Aurobindo was seven. Not until the age of twenty would he learn his mother tongue, Bengali. He would never see his father again, who died just before his return to India, and barely his mother, who was ill and did not recognize him on his return. Hence, this is a child who grew up outside every influence of family, country, and tradition a free spirit. The first lesson Sri Aurobindo gives us is perhaps, precisely, a lesson of freedom.
  Sri Aurobindo and his two brothers were entrusted to an Anglican clergyman of Manchester, with strict instruction that they should not be allowed the acquaintance of any Indian or undergo any Indian influence.4 Dr. Ghose was indeed a peculiar man. He also ordered Pastor Drewett not to give his sons any religious instruction, so they could choose a religion themselves, if they so wished, when they came of age. He then left them to their fate for thirteen years. He believed his children should become men of character. Dr. Ghose may appear to have been a hardhearted man, but he was nothing of the kind; not only did he donate his services as a doctor but also gave his money to poor Bengali villagers (while his sons had hardly anything to eat or wear in London), and he died of shock when he was mistakenlyinformed that his favorite son, Aurobindo, had died in a shipwreck.
  The first few years in Manchester were of some importance to Sri Aurobindo because this is where he learned French (English was his "mother tongue") and discovered a spontaneous affinity for France:
  When he began his life in London, at the age of twelve, Sri Aurobindo knew Latin and French thoroughly. The headmaster of St.
  Paul's School, where he had enrolled, was so surprised at the aptitude of his young student that he personally coached him in Greek. Three years later, Sri Aurobindo could skip half his classes and spend most of his time engrossed in his favorite occupation:reading. Nothing seemed to escape this voracious adolescent (except cricket, which held as little interest for him as Sunday school.) Shelley and "Prometheus Unbound," the French poets, Homer, Aristophanes, and soon all of European thought for he quickly came to master enough German and Italian to read Dante and Goethe in the original peopled a solitude of which he has said nothing. He never sought to form relationships, while Manmohan, the second brother, roamed through London in the company of his friend Oscar Wilde and would make a name for himself in English poetry. Each of the three brothers led his separate life. However, there was nothing austere about Sri Aurobindo, and certainly nothing of the puritan (the prurient,8 as he called it); it was just that he was "elsewhere," and his world was 6

1.01_-_the_Call_to_Adventure, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  take a golden ball, toss it up and catch it; and this was her
  favorite plaything.
  "Now it so happened one day that the golden ball of the

1.02_-_The_Refusal_of_the_Call, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  This is indeed a dull and unrewarding finish. Apollo, the sun, the lord of time and ripeness, no longer pressed his frightening suit, but instead, simply named the laurel his favorite tree and ironically recommended its leaves to the fashioners of victory wreaths. The girl had retreated to the image of her parent and there found protectionlike the unsuccessful husband whose dream of mother love preserved him from the state of cleaving to a wife.
  The literature of psychoanalysis abounds in examples of such desperate fixations. What they represent is an impotence to put off the infantile ego, with its sphere of emotional relationships and ideals. One is bound in by the walls of childhood; the father and mother stand as threshold guardians, and the timorous soul, fearful of some punishment, fails to make the passage through the door and come to birth in the world without.

1.03_-_Supernatural_Aid, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  lived in prosperity ever after.
  Among the American Indians of the Southwest the favorite
  personage in this benignant role is Spider Womana grand

1.03_-_To_Layman_Ishii, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
   replied Tao-wu. On their way back to the temple, Chien-yuan said, "If you don't say it right this minute, I'm going to hit you." "Hit me if you like," said Tao-wu. "I won't say living, I won't say dead." Chien-yuan hit him. When they were back at the temple, Tao-wu told Chien-yuan that the temple supervisor would give him a beating if he found out what he had done, and suggested that he go away for a while. Chien-yuan left and studied under Master Shih-shuang, attaining a realization upon hearing him repeat the words, "I won't say, I won't say" (Records of the Lamp, ch. 15. Also
  Blue Cliff Record, Case 55). q These are some of the eighteen types of questions Zen students are said to ask their teachers. This is a formulation by Fen-yang (947-1024) in The Eye of Men and Gods. r Free up the cicada's wings . Although a similar expression is used in the Book of Latter Han to describe a lord showing great partiality to a favorite, here it refers to the statement made earlier about a teacher ruining a student's chances by stepping in to help the student prematurely. s Two of eight difficult places or situations (hachinan) in which it is difficult for people to encounter a Buddha, hear him preach the Dharma, and attain liberation: Uttarakuru, the continent to the north of
  Mount Sumeru, because inhabitants enjoy lives of interminable pleasure; and being enthralled in the worldly wisdom and skillful words (sechibens) of secular life. Dried buds and dead seeds (shge haishu) is a term of reproach directed at followers of the Two Vehicles, who are said to have no possibility for attaining complete enlightenment. t In the system of koan study that developed in later Hakuin Zen, hosshin or Dharmakaya koans are used in the beginning stages of practice (see Zen Dust, 46-50). The lines Hakuin quotes here are not found in the Poems of Han-shan (Han-shan shih). They are attributed to Han-shan in Compendium of the Five Lamps (ch. 15, chapter on Tung-shan Mu-ts'ung): "The master ascended the teaching seat and said, 'Han-shan said that "Red dust dances at the bottom of the well. / White waves rise on the mountain peaks. / The stone woman gives birth to a stone child. / Fur on the tortoise grows longer by the day." If you want to know the Bodhi-mind, all you have to do is to behold these sights.'" The lines are included in a Japanese edition of the work published during Hakuin's lifetime. u The Ten Ox-herding Pictures are a series of illustrations, accompanied by verses, showing the Zen student's progress to final enlightenment. The Five Ranks, comprising five modes of the particular and universal, are a teaching device formulated by Tung-shan of the Sto tradition. v Records of the Lamp, ch. 10. w Liu Hsiu (first century) was a descendant of Western Han royalty who defeated the usurper Wang

1.05_-_The_Belly_of_the_Whale, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  The little German girl, Red Ridinghood, was swallowed by
  a wolf. The Polynesian favorite, Maui, was swallowed by his
  great-great-grandmother, Hine-nui-te-po. And the whole Greek

1.06_-_Quieting_the_Vital, #Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  left devoid of meaning, disintegrated. These are what Sri Aurobindo and Mother call the adverse forces. They are highly conscious forces whose sole aim, apparently, is to discourage the seeker and divert him from the path he has chosen. The first sign of their presence is easily perceptible: joy is clouded, consciousness is clouded, everything becomes shrouded in an atmosphere of melodrama and gloom.
  Personal distress is a sure sign of the enemy's presence. Melodrama is a favorite haunt of these forces; that is how they are able to create the greatest havoc, because they play with a very old teammate within us,
  who cannot help loving melodrama even as he cries out for relief.

1.07_-_A_Song_of_Longing_for_Tara,_the_Infallible, #How to Free Your Mind - Tara the Liberator, #Thubten Chodron, #unset
  pride and arrogance that interfere with our practice.
  A Song of Longing is one of my favorite recitations. Lama Lobsang
  Tenpey Gyaltsen put into words very profound feelings that resonate within

1.07_-_The_Farther_Reaches_of_Human_Nature, #Sex Ecology Spirituality, #Ken Wilber, #Philosophy
  But paradigms are first and foremost injunctions, actual practices (all of which have nondiscursive components that never are entered in the theories they support)-they are methods for disclosing new data in an addressed domain, and the paradigms work because they are true in any meaningful sense of the word. Science makes real progress, as Kuhn said, because successive paradigms cumulatively disclose more and more interesting data. Even Foucault acknowledged that the natural sciences, even if they had started as structures of power, had separated from power (it was the pseudosciences of biopower that remained shot through with power masquerading as knowledge).
  Neither the New Agers nor the "new paradigmers" had anything resembling a new paradigm, because all they offered was more talk-talk. They had no new techniques, no new methodologies, no new exemplars, no new injunctions-and therefore no new data. All they possessed, through a misreading of Kuhn, was a pseudo-attempt to trump normal science and replace it with their ideologically favorite reading of the Kosmos.
  The contemplative traditions, on the other hand, have always come first and foremost with a set of injunctions in hand. They are, above all else, a set of practices, practices that require years to master (much longer than the training of the average scientist). These injunctions (zazen, shikan-taza, vipassana, contemplative introspection, satsang, darshan-all of which we will discuss)-these are not things to think, they are things to do.

1.42_-_This_Self_Introversion, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  There is only one point of theory which matters to our practice. We may readily concur that the Augoeides, the "Genius" of Socrates, and the "Holy Guardian Angel" of Abramelin the Mage, are identical. But we cannot include this "Higher Self"; for the Angel is an actual Individual with his own Universe, exactly as man is; or, for the matter of that, a bluebottle. He is not a mere abstraction, a selection from, and exaltation of, one's own favorite qualities, as the "Higher Self" seems to be. The trouble is (I think) that the Hindu passion for analysis makes them philosophize any limited being out of existence.

2.01_-_Habit_1_Be_Proactive, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  One of my favorite stories is one in the Old Testament, part of the fundamental fabric of the
  Judeo-Christian tradition. It's the story of Joseph, who was sold into slavery in Egypt by his brothers at the age of 17. Can you imagine how easy it would have been for him to languish in self-pity as a servant of Potiphar, to focus on the weaknesses of his brothers and his captors and on all he didn't have?

2.01_-_The_Road_of_Trials, #The Hero with a Thousand Faces, #Joseph Campbell, #Mythology
  landscape of curiously fluid, ambiguous forms, where he must
  survive a succession of trials. This is a favorite phase of the mythadventure. It has produced a world literature of miraculous tests
  and ordeals. The hero is covertly aided by the advice, amulets,

2.05_-_Habit_3_Put_First_Things_First, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  One of my favorite essays is "The Common Denominator of Success," written by E. M. Gray. He spent his life searching for the one denominator that all successful people share. He found it wasn't hard work, good luck, or astute human relations, though those were all important. The one factor that seemed to transcend all the rest embodies the essence of Habit 3: Putting First Things First.

4.0_-_The_Path_of_Knowledge, #Theosophy, #Rudolf Steiner, #Occultism
  The seeker of the Path must constantly keep watch over himself in this respect and have himself in hand. With him one thought must not link itself arbitrarily with another but only in the way that corresponds with the severely exact contents of the thought world. The transition from one idea to another must correspond with the strict laws of thought. He must as thinker be to a certain extent constantly a copy of these thought laws. He must shut out from his train of thought all that does not flow out of these laws. Should a favorite thought present itself to him, he must put it aside if the correct sequence will be disturbed by it. If a personal feeling tries to force upon his thoughts a direction not inherent in them, he must suppress it. Plato required of those who wished to be in his school that they should first go through a course of mathematical training. And mathematics with their strict laws, which do not yield to the course of ordinary sensible phenomena, form a good preparation for the seeker of the Path. If he
   p. 212

Aeneid, #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
  and, when it came to waging war, most fierce.
  This land was Juno's favoriteit is said
  more dear than her own Samos; here she kept
  "Why, Mother, have you called upon the Fates?
  What are you asking for your favorites?
  That hulls made by the hands of mortals should
  across the ranks; how, puffed with pride, he charges,
  the favorite of Mars. Even their barred
  ramparts are not enough to shield the Trojans;
  2. a soldier of Aeneas, x, 577.
  Thrace a region in northwestern Greece, favorite home of Mars, i,

Agenda_Vol_3, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  would take this sentence as an encouragement to get into mischief, to misbehave, to entertain wrong feelings, and then
  proclaim, 'We are the Lord's favorites!' ... There was something like it in one of Sri Aurobindo's letters, you remember - a
  letter to people who wanted to bring all the impurities in themselves out to the surface; he told them that was definitely not

Agenda_Vol_9, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  "Mother, it is without the least reservation that I give you this name of Mother, to you
  who have given life back to my favorite son.... His stay at the Ashram has marked an
  essential stage. There has been in his inmost being a radical upheaval.... May I add that

APPENDIX_I_-_Curriculum_of_A._A., #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
      The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage. ::: The best exoteric account of the Great Work, with careful instructions in procedure. This Book influenced and helped the Master Therion more than any other.
   The Goetia. ::: The most intelligible of the mediaeval rituals of Evocation. Contains also the favorite Invocation of the Master Therion.
      Erdmann's "History of Philosophy". ::: A compendious account of philosophy from the earliest times.

Big_Mind_(ten_perfections), #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
  If enough of us can get to that level of consciousness, I believe the whole planet, would be transformed. I don't know what that percentage is - Ken Wilber says about ten percent. I do believe there is a point, a turning point, and when we reach it worldwide the whole planet will shift its consciousness. That's what we're here to do, and I think we're all in this together. Nobody escapes, we're all in the same boat, we're all on the same planet. It's a global affair. We either make it, or we break it.
  There's an old Zen saying, it's a koan, a beautiful koan, one of my favorites. It's about a buffalo that passes through a window, and the koan goes like this: 'A buffalo with its head, horns and four legs all pass through a lattice window. Why is it that its tail gets stuck?'
  I think it's one of the most fantastic koans, because it communicates the essence of the whole teaching. In this koan, the head, our conceptual mind, passes through this barrier. The horns, our dualistic mind, also pass through. In other words we reach the non-dual. Now, if the head, four legs and all our ideas and notions are dropped off, why does the tail get stuck, when the tail is so thin and the buffalo so huge? The answer has to do with two things, it always has to do with these two sides of the one reality, the non-dual and the dual, the absolute and the relative.
  FACILITATOR: May I please speak to that part of you which enjoys quiet?
  ENJOYING QUIET: I enjoy quiet. I really appreciate both being quiet and being in quiet surroundings and environments. I love to sit in meditation and to be around water, on the ocean, near lakes, and rivers. I also love to spend time in the desert and in the mountains. One of my favorite places to hang out is Hawaii, especially Maui.
  I don't mind activity either because wherever I am I bring an internal quietness that comes from years of sitting. My mind is silent and still and that allows me to enjoy quietness wherever I am, even in the middle of a busy city like New York, Paris or

Blazing_P1_-_Preconventional_consciousness, #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
  associated forever with Freud: The younger child is more often intensely involved with both
  the opposite-sexed parent (as a favorite) and the same-sexed parent (as a rival for the
  attentions of the favorite), while the older child is much les intensely involved with the
  parents in this way and has turned all her energies toward her own interests, pursuits, and

Blazing_P3_-_Explore_the_Stages_of_Postconventional_Consciousness, #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
  The psychologic that coordinates the new objects of experience, the institutions, brings about
  a revolution in Freuds favorite domains, love and work. If one no longer is ones institutions,
  neither is one any longer the duties, performances, work roles, or careers to which

class, #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
     4 gateway
     4 favorite
     4 exclamation

LUX.01_-_GNOSIS, #Liber Null, #Peter J Carroll, #Occultism
  Emotional arousal: is the obverse form of this method. Emotive arousal of any sort can theoretically be used, even love or grief in extreme circumstances, but in practice only anger, fear, and horror can easily be generated in sufficient strengths to achieve the requisite effect. The well-known ability of fear and anger to paralyze the mind indicates their effectiveness, yet the magician must never lose sight of the objectives of his working. Nothing is to be gained and much may be lost by reducing oneself to jibbering idiocy or catatonia.
  Sleeplessness, fasting, and exhaustion: are old monastic favorites. There should be a constant turning of the mind toward the object of the exercise during these practices. Pain, torture, and flagellation have been used by witches, monks, and fakirs to achieve results. Surrender to pain brings eventual ecstasy and the necessary one-pointedness. However, if the organism's resistance to pain is high, needless damage to the body may result before the threshold is crossed.
  Dancing, drumming, and chanting: require careful arranging and preparation to bring the participants to a climax. Lyrical exaltation through emotive poetry, incantation, song, prayer, or supplication can also be added. The whole is best controlled by some form of ritual. Over-breathing is sometimes used to supplement the effects of dancing or leaping.

Maps_of_Meaning_text, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  phenomenon, however, from the perspective of affect (and implication for behavioral output), if she makes
  an unexpected appearance at his favorite motel room, in the midst of a tryst. What will the husband do, in
  his wifes presence, when she surprises him? First, he will be taken aback, in all likelihood then he will
  area). When necessary means depending on the status of our current operations. For example: you are in
  the kitchen; you want to read a book in your study. An image of you reading a book in your favorite chair
   thus occupies the ends or desired future pole of your currently operational story (contrasted with the

Sayings_of_Sri_Ramakrishna_(text), #Sayings of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  reveled in Nature's beauties, and caught the subtle shades of difference in sounds and images as well as
  in the formation of the faces and muscles of men. The favorite pastimes of his boyhood therefore
  consisted in mimicry, portraiture, clay-modeling, dramatic performances, devotional music and
  requested the king to increase his pay, saying his income was not sufficient to maintain himself on. Now
  the barber was a favorite of the king, and as soon as the request was made the king doubled his pay. All
  this pay he saved and put into the jar, but the greedy jar showed no signs of filling. At last he began to
  the garden and browsed on a mango sapling of which the Brahmin used to take special care. When he
  saw the cow destroying his favorite plant, the Brahmin became wild with rage, and gave such a severe
  beating to the animal that it died of the injuries received. The news soon spread like wildfire that the

The_Gold_Bug, #unset, #H. P. Lovecraft, #unset
  Driving a peg, with great nicety, into the ground, at the precise spot where the beetle fell, my friend now produced from his pocket a tape-measure. Fastening one end of this at that point of the trunk of the tree which was nearest the peg, he unrolled it till it reached the peg, and thence farther unrolled it, in the direction already established by the two points of the tree and the peg, for the distance of fifty feet --Jupiter clearing away the brambles with the scythe. At the spot thus attained a second peg was driven, and about this, as a centre, a rude circle, about four feet in diameter, described. Taking now a spade himself, and giving one to Jupiter and one to me, Legrand begged us to set about one to digging as quickly as possible.
  To speak the truth, I had no especial relish for such amusement at any time, and, at that particular moment, would most willingly have declined it; for the night was coming on, and I felt much fatigued with the exercise already taken; but I saw no mode of escape, and was fearful of disturbing my poor friend's equanimity by a refusal. Could I have depended, indeed, upon Jupiter's aid, I would have had no hesitation in attempting to get the lunatic home by force; but I was too well assured of the old negro's disposition, to hope that he would assist me, under any circumstances, in a personal contest with his master. I made no doubt that the latter had been infected with some of the innumerable Southern superstitions about money buried, and that his phantasy had received confirmation by the finding of the scarabaeus, or, perhaps, by Jupiter's obstinacy in maintaining it to be "a bug of real gold." A mind disposed to lunacy would readily be led away by such suggestions --especially if chiming in with favorite preconceived ideas --and then I called to mind the poor fellow's speech about the beetle's being "the index of his fortune." Upon the whole, I was sadly vexed and puzzled, but, at length, I concluded to make a virtue of necessity --to dig with a good will, and thus the sooner to convince the visionary, by ocular demonstration, of the fallacy of the opinions he entertained.
  The lanterns having been lit, we all fell to work with a zeal worthy a more rational cause; and, as the glare fell upon our persons and implements, I could not help thinking how picturesque a group we composed, and how strange and suspicious our labors must have appeared to any interloper who, by chance, might have stumbled upon our whereabouts.

The_Gospel_According_to_John, #The Bible, #Anonymous, #Various
  The sharp contrast between good and evil is portrayed in John's favorite imagery of light and darkness. In addition to light/darkness, opposites common to John to elicit theological themes are present throughout his writings, such as truth/lies, love/hate, life/death, and righteousness/sin. He refers to the son of perdition in John 17:12, calling him the antichrist in First John 2:18, 2:22, and 4:3 and Second John 1:7, and explicitly names him in Revelation 12:9.

Thus_Spoke_Zarathustra_text, #Thus Spoke Zarathustra, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  meine Braiderl Ein Beispiell In section 25 the key word is
  Versuch, one of Nietzsche's favorite words, which means
  experiment, attempt, trial. Sometimes he associates it with
  winter prank I have learned well.
  It is my favorite malice and art that my silence has
  learned not to betray itself through silence. Rattling
  was harsh and vengeful and he built himself a hell to
  amuse his favorites. Eventually, however, he became
  old and soft and mellow and pitying, more like a grandfather than a father, but most like a shaky old grandmother. Then he sat in his nook by the hearth, wilted,

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