“Tonight this fool’s halfway to heaven and just a mile outta hellAnd I feel like I’m comin’ home.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Your legs were heaven, your breasts were the alter, your body was the holy land.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. Make a hairbreadth difference and heaven and earth are set apart.”

 

Bruce Lee

“Taoist philosophy is essentially monistic. Matter and energy, Yang and Yin, heaven and earth, are conceived of as essentially one or as two coexistent poles of one indivisible whole.”

 

Bruce Lee

“Equal partnerships are not made in heaven-they are made on earth, one choice at a time, one conversation at a time, one threshold crossing at a time.”

 

Bruce C. Hafen

“Candor toward a brother must not be mistaken for confession. The latter is made to the Lord of heaven and earth in the presence of a man is authorized to hear it.”

Brother Roger

“One day of praying and six days of fun, the odds against going to heaven are six to one.”

Brook Benton

“You can see the cruelest part of the world, the cruelest part. But then on the other side, you see the most beautiful part. Do you know? It’s like you go from one extreme to the next. And they’re both worth it because you wouldn’t see the one without the other one. But that cruel part is damn cruel and you’ll never forget it. But that heaven is heaven.”

 

Britney Spears

“Some imagine the difference between heaven and hell to be a matter of geography. Not so. The difference is much more evident in the individuals who dwell there.”

Brandon Mull

“All of us are heaven-sent, and there was never meant to be only one.”

Brandon Boyd

“Mais enfin, bande de critiques, les livres que vous ne comprenez pas ne vaudraient-ils pas au moins que vous les signaliez? For heaven’s sake, gang of critics, don’t the books which you do not understand at least deserve recognition?”

 

Boris Vian

“At times, Zen does get into some Buddhist Cosmology. Nishijima Roshi, my main teacher would talk about that and almost every time immediately say that it was only one way of looking at it. Whenever addressing realms of Heaven or Hell, he’d also address that it was just a psychological state.”

 

Brad Warner

“I come from the belief that all good films find their time whether it’s on opening week or sometime later. That’s certainly true with some of my favourite films that might relate to this [The Assassination of Jesse James] film in terms of cadence like Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, or McCabe & Mrs Miller or Days of Heaven. I found them 10 to 20 years after they were made.”

 

Brad Pitt

“I was very curious about the world even at a young age, and I don’t know at what point I became aware that other cultures believed in different religions, and my question was, ‘Well, why don’t they get to go to Heaven then?'”

 

Brad Pitt

“I was very curious about the world even at a young age, and I don’t know at what point I became aware that other cultures believed in different religions, and my question was, ‘Well, why don’t they get to go to heaven then?’ And the answer was always, ‘Well, everyone gets a chance – meaning at the word of God as it was described to me then. And that didn’t sit well with me then. But in times of trouble or discord, it’s a great comfort. And it wasn’t till I left home that I really came to the conclusion that it didn’t make sense to me for many other reasons.”

 

Brad Pitt

“Mais enfin, bande de critiques, les livres que vous ne comprenez pas ne vaudraient-ils pas au moins que vous les signaliez? For heaven’s sake, gang of critics, don’t the books which you do not understand at least deserve recognition?”

 

Boris Vian

“Mais enfin, bande de critiques, les livres que vous ne comprenez pas ne vaudraient-ils pas au moins que vous les signaliez? For heaven’s sake, gang of critics, don’t the books which you do not understand at least deserve recognition?”

 

Boris Vian

“No doubt it is true that there is more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner repented than over all the saints who consistently remain holy, and the rare, sudden gentlenesses of arrogant people have infinitely more effect than the continual gentleness of gentle people. Arrogance turned gentle melts the heart.”

 

Booth Tarkington

“And who knew?That an unlettered man from the middle of the desert,Would change the whole world from darkness into heavenYou may have every title, every big shot degree,But you still can’t explain: Alif-Laam-Meem”

 

Boonaa Mohammed

“I don’t need any drug to show me Heaven And I sure know how to spend plenty of time cleaning Hell But I’m missin’ that feeling of falling.”

 

Bonnie Raitt