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"The library in summer is the most wonderful thing because there you get books on any subject and read them each for only as long as they hold your interest, abandoning any that dont, halfway or a quarter of the way through if you like, and store up all that knowledge in the happy corners of your mind for your own self and not to show off how much you know or spit it back at your teacher on a test paper."

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Robin Jarvis Quotes

"Pedestrianism, [William Bingley] claims, is the most useful mode of travel, if health and strength are not wanting.To a naturalist, it is evidently so; since, by this means, he is enabled to examine the country as he goes along; and when he sees occasion, he can also strike out of the road, amongst the mountains or morasses, in a manner completely independent of all those obstacles that inevitably attend the bringing of carriages or horses.Bingley has a specific reason here for valuing the combination of freedom and intimacy with ones surroundings enjoyed by the pedestrian, but his rationale is generalisable to other travellers."

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"I think team sports probably teach you more about giving - about being unselfish and being flexible." - Author: Chris Evert

Quotes About Kissing The Sun

"Youre right. The fact that the entire party of fifty guests caught you and Jill Moench kissing in the closet was a complete misunderstanding." Theo snorted, turning to Penny, "His girlfriend certainly got a surprise at her party. And it wasnt the kind where everyone jumps out from behind the couch to yell, ‘Surprise!" - Author: Katlyn Charlesworth

Quotes About Feuding Families

"A love story can never be about full possession. The happy marriage, the requited love, the desire that never dims--these are lucky eventualites but they arent love stories. Love stories depend on disappointment, on unequal births and feuding families, on matrimonial boredom and at least one cold heart. Love stories, nearly without exception, give love a bad name.We value love not because its stronger than death but because its weaker. Say what you want about love: death will finish it. You will not go on loving in the grave, not in any physical way that will at all resemble love as we know it on earth. The perishable nature of love is what gives love its importance in our lives. If it were endless, if it were on tap, love wouldnt hit us the way it does.And we certainly wouldnt write about it." - Author: Jeffrey Eugenides

Quotes About Friday Night Lights

"In the past Id always felt like the girl in the show or the movie. On Friday Night Lights there were a bunch of girls, and I was the woman. Initially there was a little struggle with my identity around that. But now theres a sense of ease." - Author: Connie Britton

Quotes About Revelation Of Love

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Quotes About Racism And Slavery

"We inherited these principles and these freedoms and we here highly resolve that we shall pass them on, as we will pass on an undivided Republic purged of racism and slavery, to our descendants. The popgun discharges of a few pathetic sectarians and crackpot revisionists are negligible, and will be drowned by the mounting chorus that demands: Mr Jefferson! BUILD UP THAT WALL." - Author: Christopher Hitchens

Quotes About Least Expecting Something

"Keep on going and the chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you are least expecting it. I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sitting down." - Author: Charles Kettering

Quotes About Monique

"Monique, I realize that its a short list of men in this town you havent tied up, held down or sent to the free clinic, but why dont you just leave Leo alone. At least until he can update his vaccinations." - Author: Barbra Annino

Quotes About Pebble

"Treading the soil of the moon, palpating its pebbles, tasting the panic and splendor of the event, feeling in the pit of ones stomach the separation from terra... these form the most romantic sensation an explorer has ever known..." - Author: Vladimir Nabokov