Famous Quotes About Medi
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1. "I tend to not discriminate when it comes to people I can learn from. Basically, if someone has built a meaningful business in software, technology or media, faced disruption and adversity, and overcame underdog status, I want to know how they did it."
Author: Aaron Levie
2. "'Rubberneck' has nothing to do with comedy, nor does it follow comedic people."
Author: Alex Karpovsky
3. "A tutti i mali vi sono due rimedi: il tempo e il silenzio"
Author: Alexandre Dumas
4. "El artista no tiene ningún derecho moral para dejarse llevar a un abstracto nivel medio, para hacer que su obra sea más comprensible, más accesible. Esto no acarrearía otra cosa que la decadencia del arte, cuando en realidad esperamos su florecimiento, creemos en las posibilidades potenciales y aún no desarrolladas del artista y también en una elevación de las exigencias del público. O al menos queremos creer en todo ello."
Author: Andrei Tarkovsky
5. "Iyilik seçilemeyen bir seydir. Insan seçemediginde insanliktan çikar. (syf. 73 – 74)"
Author: Anthony Burgess
6. "The creation continues incessantly through the media of man."
Author: Antonio Gaudi
7. "There's not many good comedies to watch - you know, comedies that make you glad you watched them."
Author: B. J. Novak
8. "El soberbio hace su gran concesión y dice "Yo soy yo y mis circunstancias", pero Edmundo vigilaba sus circunstancias, yo soy mi padre, mi rencor, mi universidad, mi máster imaginario, mis mentiras; soy mi madre, la venganza, la frente pronunciada, el mentón abrupto: soy Raimundo, Julio, Gregorio, mi contrato, mi jefe de personal; soy bailar y no creer y Cristina y soy criado por otros, siempre criado por otros. En cuanto a ser yo, qué predicado aceptaría puede el preso decir: yo soy quien se levanta a las siete y media de la mañana o ése es el reglamento de la prisión; en cuanto a ser, el yo exigía libertad, mas no la inútil libertad de escoger entre un jersey azul y un jersey amarillo sino la libertad de que sus circunstancias no le impusieran el participio de criado, el predicado de señor."
Author: Belén Gopegui
9. "Darkness falls upon Humanityand faces become terriblethingsthat wanted more than therewas.all our days are marked withunexpectedaffronts - somedisastrous, othersless sobut the process iswearing andcontinuous.attrition rules.most givewayleavingempty spaceswhere people shouldbe.and nowas we ready to self-destructthere is very little left tokillwhich makes the tragedyless and moremuch muchmore."
Author: Charles Bukowski
10. "By and large, talent is in such short supply that mediocrity can be taken for brilliance rather more than genius can go undiscovered."
Author: Charles Saatchi
11. "There is, I assure you, a medical art for the soul. It is philosophy, whose aid need not be sought, as in bodily diseases, from outside ourselves. We must endeavor with all our resources and all our strength to become capable of doctoring ourselves."
12. "They jostled one another, competed for space below as they did above, in a minuet of ruin and triumph. In the subway, down in the dark, no citizen was more significant or more decrepit than another. All were smeared into a common average of existence, the A's and the C's tumbling or rising to settle into a ruthless mediocrity. No escape."
Author: Colson Whitehead
13. "Toda vida es una novela. La escribimos a medida que la vivimos."
Author: Dean Koontz
14. "We don't think about pilgrimage in this country. We don't think about meditation. The idea of taking a six-week walk is totally foreign to most Americans. But it's probably exactly what we need."
Author: Emilio Estevez
15. "This is a valley of ashes--a fantastic farm where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hills and grotesque gardens; where ashes take the forms of houses and chimneys and rising smoke and, finally, with a transcendent effort, of men who move dimly and already crumbling through the powdery air. Occasionally a line of gray cars crawls along an invisible track, gives out a ghastly creak, and comes to rest, and immediately the ash-gray men swarm up with leaden spades and stir up an impenetrable cloud, which screens their obscure operations from your sight."
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald
16. "$13 to $20 billion a year could be saved in health care costs by demedicalizing childbirth, developing midwifery, and encouraging breastfeeding."
Author: Frank A. Oski
17. "La necesidad de sentirse triste se le iba convirtiendo en un vicio a medida que le devastaban los años."
Author: Gabriel García Márquez
18. "We must not try to force him to take civilization immediately in its complete form, but under just laws, guaranteeing to Indians equal civil laws, the Indian question, a source of such dishonor to our country and of shame to true patriots, will soon be a thing of the past."
Author: George Crook
19. "Reading is a form of prayer, a guided meditation that briefly makes us believe we're someone else, disrupting the delusion that we're permanent and at the center of the universe. Suddenly (we're saved!) other people are real again, and we're fond of them."
Author: George Saunders
20. "Where radio is different than fiction is that even mediocre fiction needs purpose, a driving question."
Author: Ira Glass
21. "If you wanted to go on from the end of The Hobbit I think the ring would be your inevitable choice as the link. If then you wanted a large tale, the Ring would at once acquire a capital letter; and the Dark Lord would immediately appear. As he did, unasked, on the hearth at Bag End as soon as I came to that point. So the essential Quest started at once. But I met a lot of things along the way that astonished me. Tom Bombadil I knew already; but I had never been to Bree. Strider sitting in the corner of the inn was a shock, and I had no more idea who he was than Frodo did. The Mines of Moria had been a mere name; and of Lothlorien no word had reached my mortal ears till I came there.-- (J.R.R. Tolkien to W.H. Auden, June 7, 1955.)"
Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
22. "As they prepared themselves to go ashore no one doubted in theory that at least a certain percentage of them would remain on the island dead, once they set foot on it. But no one expected to be one of these. Still it was an awesome thought and as the first contingents came struggling up on deck in full gear to form up, all eyes instinctively sought out immediately this island where they were to be put, and left, and which might possibly turn out to be a friend's grave."
Author: James Jones
23. "—No quiero saber sobre el amor.—Pero deberías, hija mía. Tienes que saber sobre el amor. Las cosas que la genteharía por amor. Todas las verdades se acaban reduciendo al amor ¿verdad? De unaforma u otra lo hacen. Sabes, hay una diferencia entre amor y necesidad. A veces, loque sientes es inmediato y sin ton ni son —se sentó un poco más recta—. Dos personasse miran desde el otro lado de una habitación o se rozan la piel. Sus almas reconocen aesa persona como suya. No hace falta tiempo para adivinarlo. El alma siempre sabe…si está bien o mal."
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
24. "The President's budget pays for only six months of the war in Iraq and completely overlooks the transition costs of Social Security reform. The Administration always lied about the cost of the Medicare drug bill."
Author: Jim Cooper
25. "In visual perception a color is almost never seen as it really is - as it physically is. This fact makes color the most relative medium in art."
Author: Josef Albers
26. "...food was at least three million per cent more delicious when you ate it immediately after thinking you were going to die."
Author: Joshua Donellan
27. "So all that fame had lasted less than a hundred years! Les Orientales, Les Meditations, La Comedie Humaine - forgotten, lost, unknown! Yet here were huge crates of books which giant steam cranes were unloading in the courtyards, and buyers were crowding around the purchase desk. But one of them was asking for 'Stress Theory' in twenty volumes, another for an 'Abstract of Electric Problems', this one for 'A Practical Treatise for the Lubrication of Driveshafts', and that one for the latest 'Monograph on Cancer of the Brain'. 'How strange!' mused Michel. 'All of science and industry here, just as at school, nothing for art!' I must sound like a madman asking for literary works here - am I insane?"
Author: Jules Verne
28. "With technology and social media and citizen journalism, every rock that used to go unturned is now being flipped, lit and put on TV."
Author: LZ Granderson
29. "Hard work may pay off in the long run, but the benefits of laziness are immediate (p. 170)."
Author: Marc Acito
30. "The space industry is developing and delivering benefits that tie into our immediate needs and priorities here on Earth-for example, medical and materials research, and satellite communications."
Author: Marc Garneau
31. "Zombies let us explore notions of the apocalypse - no water, food, medical care, the government imploding - while letting us sleep at night."
Author: Max Brooks
32. "Your mind is your spirit; do not seek any other hidden soul inside you! All is in the brain! The depiction of a spirit rising to the sky is no more real than a medieval Scandinavian fairytales!"
Author: Mehmet Murat Ildan
33. "Early college high schools in North Carolina and across the country show us that challenge - not remediation - is an approach to education that works."
Author: Michael F. Easley
34. "Nunca seremos capaces de establecer con seguridad en qué medida nuestras relaciones con los demás son producto de nuestros sentimientos, de nuestro amor, de nuestro desamor, bondad o maldad, y hasta qué punto son el resultado de la relación de fuerzas existente entre ellos y nosotros."
Author: Milan Kundera
35. "For years, Suzanne Somers has been a pioneer when it comes to alternative medical treatments."
Author: Monica Crowley
36. "Protesters should make their own media and not rely on mainstream media to cover them."
Author: Naomi Wolf
37. "I do hope to be an adult actor. But if it doesn't work out, I've been thinking about doing something in the medical therapy field, chiropractics or something like that. I've always been into the idea of helping people medically, but I can't stand blood or surgery. That freaks me out. So this would be a bloodless way to help people."
Author: Nathan Kress
38. "At that instant a dazzling claw of lightning streaked down the length of the sky. The hedge and the distant trees seemed to leap forward in the brilliance of the flash. Immediately upon it came the thunder: a high, tearing noise, as though some huge thing were being ripped to pieces close above, which deepened and turned to enormous blows of dissolution. Then the rain fell like a waterfall. In a few seconds the ground was covered with water and over it, to a height of inches, rose a haze formed of a myriad minute splashes. Stupefied with the shock, unable even to move, the sodden rabbits crouched inert, almost pinned to the earth by the rain."
Author: Richard Adams
39. "You may not have money, you may not have medicine, you may not have miracles, but you do have words, and they can produce life, or death depending on how you use them."
Author: Rick Cochran
40. "Aku tidak pernah keberatan menunggu siapa pun berapa lama pun selama aku mencintainya" (dalam cerpen Linguae, Linguae, Gramedia, 2007)"
Author: Seno Gumira Ajidarma
41. "Remarkable visions and genuine insights are always met with resistance. And when you start to make progress, your efforts are met with even more resistance. Products, services, career paths - whatever it is, the forces for mediocrity will align to stop you, forgiving no errors and never backing down until it's over. If it were any other way, it would be easy. And if it were any other way, everyone would do it and your work would ultimately be devalued. The yin and yang are clear: without people pushing against your quest to do something worth talking about, it's unlikely to be worth the journey. Persist."
Author: Seth Godin
42. "The meditation traditions I started and have continued practicing have all emphasized inclusivity: anyone can do this who is interested."
Author: Sharon Salzberg
43. "But on the upside, your seraph form will never age. And the only way to die is by a demon blade. As long you survive fighting them, you're immortal to the things that would kill a normal human. Think of the money you'll save on medical bills. (Jack)"
Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon
44. "Todos cayeron del árbol y se rompieron el brazo alguna vez, todos recuerdan lo travieso que fueron cuando eran niños, lo que no recuerdan, es a sus madres levantándose en medio de la noche para darles una aspirina"
Author: Stephen King
45. "In summer, waiting for night, we'd pose against the afterglow on corners, watching traffic cruise through the neighborhood. Sometimes, a car would go by without its headlights on and we'd all yell, "Lights!""Lights!" we'd keep on yelling until the beams flashed on. It was usually immediate - the driver honking back thanks, or flinching embarrassed behind the steering wheel, or gunning past, and we'd see his red taillights blink on. But there were times - who knows why? - when drunk or high, stubborn, or simply lost in that glide to somewhere else, the driver just kept driving in the dark, and all down the block we'd hear yelling from doorways and storefronts, front steps, and other corners, voices winking on like fireflies: "Lights! Your lights! Hey, lights!"
Author: Stuart Dybek
46. "Discovering While Doing Is Natural...But,Doing Immediately After Discovering Is The Attitude of Winners!"
Author: Sujit Lalwani
47. "Juliette Ferrars." A voice detonates my name. There's a heavy boot pressed on my back and I can't lift my head to distingush who's speaking to me. "Weston, dim the lights and release her. I Want to see her face." The command is cool and strong like steel, dangerously calm, effortlessly powerful. The brightness is reduced to a level I'm able to tolerate. The imprint of a boot is carved into my back but no longer settled on my skin. I lift my head and look up. I'm immediately struck by his youth. He can't be much older than me.It's obvious he's in charge of something, though I have no idea what. His skin is flawless, unblemished, his jawline sharp and strong. His eyes are the palest shade of emerald I've ever seen. He's beautiful. His crooked smile is calculated evil."
Author: Tahereh Mafi
48. "Had the girl had any common sense, she would have dropped the line at once. But she had no sense. She made no sense. She was a pale English rose of a governess, adrift in a watery wilderness, on her way to a grueling post on a godforsaken island, when any fool could have told her-a woman so lovely need never work for her keep.Had the men around her any sense, they would have cut the rope immediately. But they were idiots, bloody shite-for-brains idiots, too entranced by the pretty girl in peril to reach for their knives.Had Gray his own knife, he would have drawn it. But he wasn't wearing his knife, because he wasn't the captain on this ship, was he? Nor an officer, nor even part of the crew. He was just a stupid, overdressed passenger who hadn't strapped on a goddamned knife that morning because it might ruin the lines of his goddamned brand-new coat."
Author: Tessa Dare
49. "If you've ever tried meditation and didn't stay with it, I recommend you try it again. Some time has passed. In the interim, you may have developed the discipline of mind or the patience you were short on before. Let these qualities aid your practice. (173)"
Author: Victoria Moran
50. "In an area where nothing was known, medicine had to draw on social lore."
Author: Virginia Johnson
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