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1. "Chemistry can be a good and bad thing. Chemistry is good when you make love with it. Chemistry is bad when you make crack with it."
Author: Adam Sandler
2. "What are you, in love with her?" Travis says. "You're staring like an idiot."The weird thing is, I think I am."
Author: Alex Flinn
3. "We all experience power struggles in our lives - at the workplace, with our friends, in our love lives. In a way, we're all politicians."
Author: Beau Willimon
4. "Don't have an opinion about a person until you know them. And then when you do know the person, know him or her in such a way that you won't even think of having any opinions about them! Because you know them enough to believe that your opinions wouldn't matter, anyway. Because the importance of your opinions dim in the light of their meaningful souls. This is how to love humanity."
Author: C. JoyBell C.
5. "You want to be popular? It's easy to do. Just be a total weirdo and love yourself for it."
Author: Dan Pearce
6. "In this movie, you have all the things you love from Tim. All the magic and the whimsy and the surreal, but he also has a fantastic story of a father and son that really gets under your skin."
Author: Danny DeVito
7. "I dream of working with iconic directors such as Tim Burton, Baz Luhrmann, Terry Gilliam and Wes Anderson - so I'm setting my sights pretty high! My perfect role would be in a fairy-tale period piece, and I'm quite upset all the Harry Potter movies have been made as I'd love to have been in those."
Author: Dree Hemingway
8. "I love that song 'I Could Have Danced All Night' from 'My Fair Lady' so much. I love that song because watching it as a kid, it was such an unbridled expression of joy."
Author: Elizabeth Meriwether
9. "Love is the easy part; it's the living without the love you need is hard."
Author: Jaycee Dugard
10. "I love cooking. It's one of my favorite things to do. To share my parents' recipes that I grew up with is just something very special to me."
Author: Lance Bass
11. "I love the hip-hop nation."
Author: Pam Grier
12. "I do love video games. But after a while, you feel like you really need to get up and do something."
Author: Patrick Chan
13. "I love to personalize things. I love to make things my own. I like to name everything - from cars to iPhones to the socks I just lost."
Author: Rachel Nichols
14. "My life wasn't horrible, but I didn't see any passionate reason to love it."
Author: Shannon A. Thompson
15. "You love that, don't you?" I growled. "Being hammered by my cock... you must think you're in... fucking... heaven."Punctuation by cock thrust - the very best kind."
Author: Shay Savage
16. "In the end, therefore, money will be the one thing people will desire, which is moreover only representative, an abstraction. Nowadays a young man hardly envies anyone his gifts, his art, the love of a beautiful girl, or his fame; he only envies him his money. Give me money, he will say, and I am saved...He would die with nothing to reproach himself with, and under the impression that if only he had had the money he might really have lived and might even have achieved something great."
Author: Søren Kierkegaard
17. "I gave my cat a bath the other day...they love it. He sat there, he enjoyed it, it was fun for me. The fur would stick to my tongue, but other than that..."
Author: Steve Martin
18. "The desire to lift, the willingness to help, and the graciousness to give come from a heart filled with love. The poet wrote, ‘Love is the most noble attribute of the human soul.' And William Shakespeare cautioned, ‘They do not love who do not show their love' (Two Gentlemen of Verona, act 1, sc. 2, line 31)."
Author: Thomas S. Monson

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. . . for us there still exists a serene, unfathomable abyss in which God and the spirits dwell. The soul, in moments of ecstasy, often soars across it; poetry unveils it at times with childlike naivete; but science with its hammer and yardstick is often perched at the rim and may, in many cases, contribute nothing at all."
Author: Adalbert Stifter

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