Mishaps are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle.
On a grassroots level we say that man can touch more than he can grasp.
But by reading them again and again finally I was able to grasp the essential part. What emotion, enthusiasm, enlightenment and confidence they communicated to me! I wept for joy.
They who grasp the world, The Kingdom, and the power, and the glory, Must pay with deepest misery of spirit, Atoning unto God for a brief brightness.
I am conscious of my inability to grasp, in all its details and positive developments, any very large portion of human knowledge.
I’ve decided to tell my kids things like: ‘I love the way each of you tilted back your heads when you laughed.’ I will give them specific stuff they can grasp.
It is the children between five and seven who are the word-lovers. It is they who show a predisposition toward such study. Their undeveloped minds can not yet grasp a complete idea with distinctness. They do, however, understand words. And they may be entirely carried away by their ecstatic, their tireless interest in the parts of speech.
While one man can discover a certain thing by himself, another is never able to understand it, even if taught by means of all possible expressions and metaphors, and during a long period; his mind can in no way grasp it, his capacity is insufficient for it.
Conservatives sense a link between television and drugs, but they do not grasp the nature of this connection.
The Hindu religions gave me the impression of a vast well into which one plunges in order to grasp the reflection of the sun.