The Mythical (philosopher's) Stone Which Is Said To Convert Iron Into Gold By Mere Touch Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. पारस (p. pArasa )

The Mythical (philosopher's) Stone Which Is Said To Convert Iron Into Gold By Mere Touch Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "They who search after the Philosopher's Stone [are] by their own rules obliged to a strict and religious life."
- Quote by Isaac Newton

2. "Money is a social contrivance, worth something only because others will accept it in payment for real things. A dollar retains its value if prices remain stable, which is precisely what the gold standard accomplished by allowing people to convert paper dollars into gold. It prevented inflation by controlling the printing press, holding the creation of paper dollars in check, for better or worse."
- William L. Silber, Volcker: The Triumph of Persistence

3. "My dreams were therefore undisturbed by reality; and I entered with the greatest diligence into the search of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life."
- Mary Shelley, Frankenstein - Original 1818 Uncensored Version

4. ": comprehension of the bewitching nuances of sex and bewildering assaults of culture. Undoubtedly, it is to his lyrical mastery that his prestigious colleagues now pay tribute. Yet, there may be something else. As various, as distinct, as rewarding as each of their expressions are, there can still be heard in their individual interpretations the distant echo of Cohen's own voice, for it is his singing voice as well as his writing pen that has spawned these songs. It is a voice raked by the claws of Cupid, a voice rubbed raw by the philosopher's stone. A voice marinated in kirschwasser, sulfur, deer musk and snow; bandaged with sackcloth from a ruined monastery; warmed by the embers left down near the river after the gypsies have gone. It is a penitent's voice, a rabbinical voice, a crust of unleavened vocal toasts -- spread with smoke and subversive wit. He has a voice like a carpet in an old hotel, like a bad itch on the hunchback of love. It is a voice meant for pronouncing the names of women"
- Quote by Tom Robbins

5. "Someone once said of Joseph that when he was in the dungeon, iron entered his soul. And the strength of iron is exactly what he needed, for earlier he had only experienced the glitter of gold. He had been rejoicing in youthful dreams, and dreaming actually hardens the heart. Someone who sheds great tears over a simple romance will not be of much help in a real crisis, for true sorrow will be too deep for him. We all need the iron in life to enlarge our character. The gold is simply a passing vision, whereas the iron is the true experience of life. The chain that is the common bond uniting us to others must be one of iron. The common touch of humanity that gives the world true kinship is not joy but sorrow—gold is partial to only a few, but iron is universal."
- Lettie B. Cowman, Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings

6. "My dreams were therefore undisturbed by reality; and I entered with the greatest diligence into the search of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life. But the latter obtained my undivided attention: wealth was"
- Mary Shelley, Frankenstein - Original 1818 Uncensored Version

7. "Only a philosopher's mind grows wings, since its memory always keeps it as close as possible to those realities by being close to which the gods are divine."
- Plato, Phaedrus

8. "Three causes especially have excited the discontent of mankind; and, by impelling us to seek for remedies for the irremediable, have bewildered us in a maze of madness and error. These are death, toil, and ignorance of the future—the doom of man upon this sphere, and for which he shews his antipathy by his love of life, his longing for abundance, and his craving curiosity to pierce the secrets of the days to come. The first has led many to imagine that they might find means to avoid death, or, failing in this, that they might, nevertheless, so prolong existence as to reckon it by centuries instead of units. From this sprang the search, so long continued and still pursued, for the elixir vitæ, or water of life, which has led thousands to pretend to it and millions to believe in it. From the second sprang the absurd search for the philosopher's stone, which was to create plenty by changing all metals into gold; and from the third, the false sciences of astrology, divination, and their"
- Charles Mackay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

9. "It is more productive to convert an opportunity into results than to solve a problem - which only restores the equilibrium of yesterday."
- Peter F. Drucker, The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done

10. "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself--nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance."
- Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
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