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1. "Change your thoughts and change your life."
Author: A.D.Mohla
2. "You reach out your hand, but you're all alone, in those time passages."
Author: Al Stewart
3. "People can read books and watch children at the same time . . . Of course, both the reading of the books and the watching of the children will be performed in a way best described as half-assed. If you want to read your book in a non-half-assed way, you have to wait until your child is in kindergarten, or you must pay someone to watch your child while you read your book. Even then, however, you must not read the book in your home because the child will find you and jump on you and make reading impossible. You must leave your home, leave your yard, leave your street. You must drive to a cafe in town to read your book. You must run and hide from your child as if your child is serving you a subpoena. This is not insane. It does not make you bad if you do this."
Author: Amy Fusselman
4. "Playing sports to get love is the only time you can score without antiperspirant. But to intimidate your rivals, don't sweat."
Author: Bauvard
5. "It's time you go back to your cell. Your phone call is over. If anyone wishes to speak to you now, we have to arrange it." She said gesturing the guard to come escort me. Only reason you're getting the guard is because if I'm not restrained in three seconds I'm gonna kick your ass from here to Timbuktu…"
Author: Bella Shadow
6. "Mother, I am young. Mother, I am just eighteen. I am strong. I will work hard, Mother. But I do not want this child to grow up just to work hard. What must I do, mother, what must I do to make a different world for her? How do I start?""The secret lies in the reading and the writing. You are able to read. Every day you must read one page from some good book to your child. Every day this must be until the child learns to read. Then she must read every day, I know this is the secret"
Author: Betty Smith
7. "Holiday leaned her elbows on her desk. "You can't find one thing that points to his guilt.""He slept with your sister!" Burnett roared."Guilty of murder, not of being a piece of shit."
Author: C.C. Hunter
8. "The truly wide taste in reading is that which enables a man to find something for his needs on the sixpenny tray outside any secondhand bookshop. The truly wide taste in humanity will similarly find something to appreciate in the cross-section of humanity whom one has to meet every day. In my experience it is Affection that creates this taste, teaching us first to notice, then to endure, then to smile at, then to enjoy, and finally to appreciate, the people who "happen to be there." Made for us? Thank God, no. They are themselves, odder than you could have believed and worth far more than we guessed."
Author: C.S. Lewis
9. "Nobody's fucked me that good in ages." I laughed. "I didn't even get you off." "You will. Unless you broke your hip or something."
Author: Cara McKenna
10. "Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it"
Author: Gautama Buddha
11. "Because you are defined not by life's imperfect moments, but by your reaction to them. And because there is joy in embracing - rather than running from - the utter absurdity of life."
Author: Jenny Lawson
12. "You can boil your life down to a single suitcase, if you desperately have to. Ask yourself what you really need, and it won't be what you imagine - you will easily toss aside unfinished work, and bills, and your daily calendar to make room for the pair of flannel pajamas you wear when it rains; and the stone your child gave you that is shaped like a heart; and the battered paperback you revisit every April because it was what you were reading the first time you fell in love. It turns out that what's important is not everything that you've accumulated all these years, but those few things you can carry with you."
Author: Jodi Picoult
13. "You're only limited by your passion and your imagination. Be open to the possibilities, take chances."
Author: Kathleen Flinn
14. "Not All The Doors Of Your Life Are Blocked Until Your Last Minute, Rather Than Crying By Looking At The Closed Doors Make Your Way From The Door That Is Open ! !"
Author: Nithin Kumar
15. "You need to play to your strengths as a couple. Sharing is really awesome when you're messing around with Play-Doh in kindergarten. It's less awesome when you're adults and one of you is good at something and the other person sucks at it. So just let the more skilled person take the reins."
Author: Peter Scott
16. "You cannot charge largeIf your brand is just like a tyre in a garageBuild your brand, enlarge and take charge If your brand is always dead as a smart phone battery, start now…. recharge"
Author: Rhymesonny
17. "Pain is never ennobling, only degrading. And do not be afraid, sir, that there will ever be too little of it in the world to spare mankind its "purification". There will always be human groans enough to fill the sails of that argument. But I am a practical Christian. Unlike you, sir, I relieve suffering, wherever I see it. Your ladies would not object to warm baths, to mitigate labour pains? To opium? It is the same prinicple."
Author: Richard Gordon
18. "You forgot another lesson: Never turn your back until you know your enemyis dead. Looks like we'll have to go over the lesson again the next timeI see you—which will be soon.Love, D."
Author: Richelle Mead
19. "Mad! Quite mad!' said Stalky to the visitors, as one exhibiting strange beasts. 'Beetle reads an ass called Brownin', and M'Turk reads an ass called Ruskin; and-' 'Ruskin isn't an ass,' said M'Turk. 'He's almost as good as the Opium-Eater. He says we're "children of noble races, trained by surrounding art." That means me, and the way I decorated the study when you two badgers would have stuck up brackets and Christmas cards. Child of a noble race, trained by surrounding art, stop reading or I'll shove a pilchard down your neck!"
Author: Rudyard Kipling
20. "It is time we realize that belief is not a private matter. As a man believes, so he will act. Believe that you are a member of a chosen people, awash in the salacious exports of an evil culture that is turning your children away from God, believe that you will be rewarded with an eternity of unimaginable delights by dealing death to these infidels—and flying a plane into a building is only a matter of being asked to do it."
Author: Sam Harris
21. "Bend down, bend down. Excess is the only ease, so bend. The sun is in the tree.Put your mouth on mine. Bend down beam & slash, for Dread is dreamed-up-scenes of what comes after death. Is being fled from what bends down in pain. The elbow bends in the brain, lifts the cup.The worst is yet to dream you up,so bend down the intrigueyou dreamed. Flee the hayneedle in the brain's tree.Excess allures by leaps. Stars burn clean. Oriole bitches and gleams. Dread is the fear of beinglessforever. So bend. Bend down and kiss what you see."
Author: Stan Rice

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