65 Dissolution Quotes On Success In Life

These dissolution quotes will inspire you. Dissolution is the closing down or dismissal of an assembly, partnership, or official body.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging dissolution quotes, dissolution sayings, and dissolution proverbs.

Best Dissolution Quotes

  1. “Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.” ~ Voltaire
  2. “To paraphrase Winston Churchill, I did not take the oath I have just taken with the intention of presiding over the dissolution of the world’s strongest economy.” ~ Ronald Reagan
  3. “The dissolution of the nation destroys the national religion, and dethrones the national deity.” ~ William Robertson Smith
  4. “You can forgive people who do not follow you through a philosophical disquisition, but to find your wife laughing when you had tears in your eyes, or staring when you were in a fit of laughter, would go some way towards a dissolution of the marriage.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
  5. “Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in eternal awareness or pure consciousness.” ~ Sivananda

  6. “These are strange times. Reason, which once combatted faith and seemed to have conquered it, now has to look to faith to save it from dissolution.” ~ Johan Huizinga
  7. “Crime, family dissolution, welfare, and low levels of social organization are fundamentally a consequence of the disappearance of work.” ~ William Julius Wilson
  8. “The three most ancient opinions concerning God are Anarchia, Polyarchia, and Monarchia. The first two are the sport of the children of Hellas, and may they continue to be so. For Anarchy is a thing without order; and the Rule of Many is factious, and thus anarchical, and thus disorderly. For both these tend to the same thing, namely disorder; and this to dissolution, for disorder is the first step to dissolution. But Monarchy is what we hold in honor.” ~ Gregory of Nyssa
  9. “Old as I am in age, I have no feeling that I have ceased to grow inwardly or that my growth will stop at the dissolution of the flesh. What I am concerned with is my readiness to obey the call of Truth, my God, from moment to moment, no matter how inconsistent it may appear. My commitment is to Truth, not to consistency.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
  10. “Events need their invitation, dissolutions their start.” ~ James Salter

  11. “Our possibilities of happiness are already restricted by our constitution. Unhappiness is much less difficult to experience. We are threatened with suffering from three directions: from our own body, which is doomed to decay and dissolution and which cannot even do without pain and anxiety as warning signals; from the external world, which may rage against us with overwhelming and merciless forces of destruction; and finally from our relations to other men. The suffering which comes from this last source is perhaps more painful to us than any other.” ~ Sigmund Freud
  12. “All birth means separation from the All, the confinement within limitation, the separation from God, the pangs of being born ever anew. The return into the All, the dissolution of painful individuation, the reunion with God means the expansion of the soul until it is able once more to embrace the All.” ~ Hermann Hesse
  13. “We have in fact entered upon the final phase…, the darkest period of this dark age, the state of dissolution from which there is to be no emerging except through a cataclysm, since it is no longer a mere revival which is required, but a complete renovation.” ~ Rene Guenon
  14. “In alchemical treatises, the formula L’Oeuvre au Noir … designates what is said to be the most difficult phase of the alchemist’s process, the separation and dissolution of substance. It is still not clear whether the term applied to daring experiments on matter itself, or whether it was understood to symbolize trials of the mind in discarding all forms of routine and prejudice. Doubtless it signified one or the other meaning alternately, or perhaps both at the same time.” ~ Marguerite Yourcenar
  15. “The mind is afraid of its own dissolution. Life always seeks life.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  16. “Happiness comes from the dissolution of the mind, not from external objects. Through meditation, we can achieve everything including bliss, health, strength, intelligence and vitality. But it should be practiced properly in solitude and with care.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  17. “Dissolution means envelopment in Eternity.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  18. “This is the fourth age, the Kali Yuga, and it’s a time of great darkness. At the end of this age, there’s supposed to be a cosmic dissolution and then life begins anew. It’s a wonderful cycle of rebirth.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  19. “Homo religious invents religious symbols, which he venerates and worships to save him from facing the finality of his death and dissolution. He devises paradise fictions to provide succor and support… In acts of supreme self-deception, at various times and in various places he has been willing to profess belief in the most incredible myths because of what they have promised him.” ~ Paul Kurtz
  20. “Self-discovery is a process of dissolution and creation. Dissolution means envelopment in eternity. Creation is bringing into focus new awareness” ~ Frederick Lenz

  21. “Bodies are slow of growth, but are rapid in their dissolution.
    [Lat., Corpora lente augescent, cito extinguuntur.]” ~ Tacitus
  22. “With respect to duels, indeed, I have my own ideas. Few things in this so surprising world strike me with more surprise. Two little visual spectra of men, hovering with insecure enough cohesion in the midst of the unfathomable, and to dissolve therein, at any rate, very soon, make pause at the distance of twelve paces asunder; whirl around, and simultaneously by the cunningest mechanism, explode one another into dissolution; and, offhand, become air, and non-extant–the little spitfires!” ~ Thomas Carlyle
  23. “The golden line is drawn between winter and summer. Behind all is blackness and darkness and dissolution. Before is hope, and soft airs, and the flowers, and the sweet season of hay; and people will cross the fields, reading or walking with one another; and instead of the rain that soaks death into the heart of green things, will be the rain which they drink with delight; and there will be sleep on the grass at midday, and early rising in the morning, and long moonlight evenings.” ~ Leigh Hunt
  24. “Among the poor, the approach of dissolution is usually regarded with a quiet and natural composure, which it is consolatory to contemplate, and which is as far removed from the dead palsy of unbelief as it is from the delirious raptures of fanaticism. Theirs is a true, unhesitating faith, and they are willing to lay down the burden of e weary life, in the sure and certain hope of a blessed immortality.” ~ Robert Southey
  25. “In the dissolution of sentimental partnerships it is seldom that both associates are able to withdraw their funds at the same time.” ~ Edith Wharton

  26. “Of the eternal incorporeal substance nothing is changed, is formed or deformed, but there always remains only that thing which cannot be a subject of dissolution, since it is not possible that it be a subject of composition, and therefore, either of itself or by accident, it cannot be said to die.” ~ Giordano Bruno
  27. “The impressionistic method leads into a complete splitting and dissolution of all areas involved in the composition, and color is used to create an overall effect of light. The color is, through such a shading down from the highest light in the deepest shadows, sacrified an degraded to a (black-and-white) function. This leads to the destructions of the color as color.” ~ Hans Hofmann
  28. “The normal present connects the past and the future through limitation. Contiguity results, crystallization by means of solidification. There also exists, however, a spiritual present that identifies past and future through dissolution, and this mixture is the element, the atmosphere of the poet.” ~ Novalis
  29. “We are transmuting the reality of our perceptual field. There are endless, beautiful and perfect universes – or you can go beyond universes to the dissolution, where there’s no beginning.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  30. “It is the teaching of the Bible and of sound Political ethics that the education of children belongs to the sphere of the family and is the duty of the parents. The theory that the children of the Commonwealth are the charge of the Commonwealth is a pagan one, derived from heathen Sparta and Platoís heathen republic, and connected by regular, logical sequence with legalized prostitution and the dissolution of the conjugal tie.” ~ Robert Dabney
  31. “Nature doth thus kindly heal every wound. By the mediation of a thousand little mosses and fungi, the most unsightly objects become radiant of beauty. There seem to be two sides of this world, presented us at different times, as we see things in growth or dissolution, in life or death. And seen with the eye of the poet, as God sees them, all things are alive and beautiful.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  32. “Some cultural phenomena bear a striking resemblance to the cells of cell biology, actively preserving themselves in their social environments, finding the nutrients they need and fending off the causes of their dissolution.” ~ Daniel Dennett
  33. “Reincarnation is the dissolution of the self. It’s like going swimming in the ocean, no one ever comes out, because one has become the ocean.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  34. “When you die you pass into inner worlds and continue to perceive. Death is not the dissolution of the self. Death is rather just a change in perception.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  35. “That every will must consider every other will its equal would be a principle hostile to life, an agent of the dissolution and destruction of man, an attempt to assassinate the future of man, a sign of weariness, a secret path to nothingness.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
  36. “That which had grown from the earth, to the earth, But that which has sprung from heavenly seed, Back to the heavenly realms returns. This is either a dissolution of the mutual involution of the atoms, or a similar dispersion of the unsentient elements.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
  37. “Slavery is the great and foul stain upon the North American Union. A dissolution, at least temporary, of the Union, as now constituted, would now be certainly necessary. The Union might then be reorganized on the fundamental principle of emancipation.” ~ John Quincy Adams
  38. “When people speak of ideas that revolutionize society, they do but express the fact that within the old society, the elements of a new one have been created, and that the dissolution of the old ideas keeps even pace with the dissolution of the old conditions of existence.” ~ Karl Marx
  39. “I think then, 1st, that the only safety of the South from abolition universal is to be found in an early dissolution of the Union.” ~ Henry L. Benning

  40. “The world was arrogant and self-satisfied, but behind all this confidence there was an uneasy sense of impending disaster. The old creeds, both religious and political, were largely in the process of dissolution, but we did not realise the fact, and therefore did not look for new foundations.” ~ John Buchan
  41. “I think that there’s something extremely beautiful about the Olympic ideal and its motto – ‘Swifter, higher, stronger’ – it’s such a beautiful motto, and it celebrates everything which is the antithesis of death and dissolution and entropy.” ~ Chris Cleave
  42. “Memory revises me.
    Even now a letter
    comes from a place
    I don’t know, from someone
    with my name
    and postmarked years ago,
    while I await
    injunctions from the light
    or the dark;
    I wait for shapeliness
    limned, or dissolution.
    Is paradise due or narrowly missed
    until another thousand years?
    I wait
    in a blue hour
    and faraway noise of hammering,
    and on a page a poem begun, something
    about to be dispersed,
    something about to come into being.” ~ Li-Young Lee
  43. “O! I burn with impatience for the moment of the dissolution of intolerance; it has injured me.” ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley
  44. “The death tax is one of the leading causes of the dissolution of small businesses.” ~ Christopher Bond

  45. “The cure-alls of the present day are infinitely various and infinitely obliging. Applied psychology, autosuggestion, and royal roads to learning or to wealth are urged upon us by kindly, if not altogether disinterested, reformers. Simple and easy systems for the dissolution of discord and strife; simple and easy systems for the development of personality and power. Booklets of counsel on ‘How to Get What We Want,’ which is impossible; booklets on ‘Visualization,’ warranted to make us want what we get, which is ignoble.” ~ Agnes Repplier
  46. “My friends, do we realize for what purpose we are convened? Do we fully understand that we aim at nothing less than an entire subversion of the present order of society, a dissolution of the whole existing social compact?” ~ Elizabeth Oakes Smith
  47. “In the face of death, especially violent death, things don’t make sense anymore. So death is the dissolution of either physical form or psychological form. And when a form dissolves, always something shines through that had been obscured by the form. This is the formless One Life, the formless One Consciousness.” ~ Eckhart Tolle
  48. “To suppose arms in the hands of citizens, to be used at individual discretion, except in private self-defense, or by partial orders of towns, counties or districts of a state, is to demolish every constitution, and lay the laws prostrate, so that liberty can be enjoyed by no man; it is a dissolution of the government. The fundamental law of the militia is, that it be created, directed and commanded by the laws, and ever for the support of the laws.” ~ John Adams
  49. “Death means that a form of life dissolves or that the imminent possibility of dissolution exists, whether through our own death or through illness or old age.” ~ Eckhart Tolle

  50. “When this crisis began, crucial decisions about what would happen to some of the world’s biggest companies – companies employing tens of thousands of people and holding trillions of dollars in assets – took place in hurried discussions in the middle of the night. We should not be forced to choose between allowing a company to fall into a rapid and chaotic dissolution or forcing taxpayers to foot the bill.” ~ Barack Obama
  51. “Any man knows when he is justified, and all the wits in the world cannot enlighten him on that point. The murderer always knows that he is justly punished; but when a government takes the life of a man without the consent of his conscience, it is an audacious government, and is taking a step towards its own dissolution.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  52. “Why should a man have any apprehension about the change and dissolution of all the elements? For it is according to nature, and nothing is evil which is according to nature.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
  53. “Look at everything that exists, and observe that it is already in dissolution and in change, and as it were putrefaction or dispersion, or that everything is so constituted by nature as to die.” ~ Marcus Aurelius

  54. “A property is that which not at all
    Can be disjoined and severed from a thing
    Without a fatal dissolution: such,
    Weight to the rocks, heat to the fire, and flow
    To the wide waters, touch to corporal things,
    Intangibility to the viewless void.” ~ Lucretius
  55. “Many spiritual seekers who say their wish is to awaken don’t actually want what they believe they do. This becomes clear sometimes at the approach to the brink of what feels like a void, where the obliteration of the egoic self seems imminent. With a shocked recognition of what is being asked, the person will recoil. The scale of the loss-the dissolution of the familiar self-is beyond what was bargained for.” ~ Jan Frazier
  56. “Passion, interest, or caprice, suggested daily motives for the dissolution of marriage; a word, a sign, a message, a letter, the mandate of a freedman, declared the separation; the most tender of human connections was degraded to a transient society of profit or pleasure.” ~ Edward Gibbon
  57. “And what shall we know of this life on earth after death? The dissolution of our time-bound form in eternity brings no loss of meaning. Rather, does the little finger know itself a member of the hand.” ~ Carl Jung

  58. “[T]he regime of diversions, surrogates, and tranquilizers that pass for today’s ‘distractions’ and ‘amusements’ does not yet allow the modern woman to foresee the crisis that awaits her when she recognizes how meaningless are those male occupations for which she has fought, when the illusions and the euphoria of her conquests vanish, and when she realizes that, given the climate of dissolution, family and children can no longer give her a sense of satisfaction in life.” ~ Julius Evola
  59. “There are five things which no one is able to accomplish in this world: first, to cease growing old when he is growing old; second, to cease being sick; third, to cease dying; fourth, to deny dissolution when there is dissolution; fifth, to deny non-being.” ~ Gautama Buddha
  60. “I don’t think art is in danger of dissolution or disappearance, and we don’t trust enough in its ability and power to create critical consciousness as much as we think we do.” ~ Fady Joudah
  61. “Here are two dichotomies here. In the West it is a very physical practice, and even meditation is a practice to become productive and more at peace. In the East, you think of the deep spiritual practices as a journey of complete dissolution of the self, the ego.” ~ Karan Bajaj
  62. “Hillary Clinton was personally presiding over the dissolution of moral authority – particularly applied to presidents – because she looked the other way, because she tolerated it.” ~ Rush Limbaugh

  63. “My advice for aspiring writers is threefold. First, read as much as possible, both within and outside the genre you are working in. By reading you hone your internal ear for style. Second, write. Everything comes down to it; unless you write, you are not a writer. Third, submit your work. But – stop chasing every seductive new market out there, and stop trying to write for the tastes of specific established professional markets and editors. That way lies mediocrity and eventual
    dissolution of your true voice, no matter how embryonic or pronounced it may be now.” ~ Vera Nazarian
  64. “He is never born, never dies, without beginning or end, eternal and infinite. Through all times, past, present and future, He remains the same. The origin and dissolution of the Universe is all within him. Nothing exists without his existence. He is everything.” ~ Rama Swami
  65. “It was manly and dignified to rely upon God for the dissolution of all troubles. He was the only infallible help, guide and friend.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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