Welcome to our collection of Transformation quotes! This page is dedicated to exploring the power and beauty of transformation. Whether it be a personal journey of self-improvement, the evolution of society, or the remarkable changes that occur in nature, transformation is an undeniable force that shapes our lives.
Transformation often involves leaving behind the familiar and embracing the unknown. It requires us to step out of our comfort zones and embrace growth and change. Through these quotes, we hope to inspire and motivate you to embark on your own transformative journey, to embrace the opportunities that change presents, and to discover the incredible strength and resilience within you.
Our collection of Transformation quotes features the wisdom of poets, philosophers, and thinkers who have contemplated the profound nature of change. They remind us that transformation is not just about altering our external circumstances, but also about shifting our mindset, beliefs, and perspectives. These quotes serve as reminders that transformation is not a one-time event, but an ongoing process that requires patience, courage, and self-reflection.
Whether you are seeking inspiration to overcome personal obstacles, find the courage to pursue your dreams, or navigate the complexities of life, the Transformation quotes on this page offer insights and reflections that can guide and support you along the way. So, dive in, explore, and allow these quotes to ignite the spark of transformation within you.
You people who have survived childhood don't remeber any longer what it was like. You think children are whole, uncomplicated creatures, and if you split them in two with a handy axe there would be all one substance inside, hard candy. But it isn't hard candy so much as a hopeless seething lava of all kinds of things, a turmoil, a mess. And once the child starts thinking about this mess he begins to disintegrate as a child and turns into something else--an adult, an animal.
The task of art is to transform what is continuously happening to us, to transform all of these things into symbols, into music, into something which can last in man’s memory. That is our duty. If we don’t fulfill it, we feel unhappy.
The song that I will sing is an old song, so old that none knows who made it. It has been handed down through generations and was taught to me when I was but a little lad. It is now my own song. It belongs to me. This is a holy song (medicine-song), and great is its power. The song tells how, as I sing, I go through the air to a holy place where Yusun (The Supreme Being) will give me power to do wonderful things. I am surrounded by little clouds, and as I go through the air I change, becoming spirit only.
Death can be understood as the passage from one form to another, from a limited degree of life to another higher, freer one. It is wrong to assume that everything ends with death; what ends is only the temporary conditions in which people have lived on earth.
Blood transforms the warm bath water and, in it, I see weakly that this was a mistake. The razor's cut is not deep, nevertheless the blood rushes out happily in the warm water as if kin to it, the same tender substance. Rising a new person transformed with an icy sense of error I go to the sink and turn on cold water which is not friendly to blood. The cut is deeper than imagined.