[America And Its Allies Are Engaged In A War Against A Terrorist Movement That Spans All Corners Of The Globe. It Is Sparked By Radical Ideologues That Breed Hatred, Oppression, And Violence Against All Of Their Declared Enemies.]

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"Ne želim da posjedujem, ne želim da upravljam. Želim samo neko blago lice, malo povjerenja, koju utješnu riječ, toplu ruku, ispruženu da me prihvati kad posrnem. Da ne dozvoli da padnem."

Kabir Bedi Quotes

"Everything has a place and time."

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"For too long the world has failed to recognise that the Olympic Games and the Olympic Movement are about fine athletics and fine art."

John Chaffee Quotes

"When we expand our thinking, we expand who we are as human beings: the perspective from which we view the world, and the concepts and values we use to guide our choices."

Lucy Connors Quotes

"Who are you?" I whispered, leaning forward and reaching across the table to touch his sternly gorgeous face, almost afraid hed disappear beneath my fingertips. "The face of an angel, the soul of a poet, and the fists of a fighter. I dont know how to understand you, Mickey."Mickey caught my hand with his and then turned his head and pressed a soft kiss in my palm. "Im not the only poet at this table."

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"Tomemos um exemplo: o eleitor que não quer votar com o Governo. Ei-lo, aí, junto da urna da oposição, com o seu voto hostil na mão, inchado do seu direito. Se, para o obrigar a votar com o Governo o empurrarem às coronhadas e às cacetadas, o homem volta-se, puxa de uma pistola – e aí temos a guerra civil. Para que esta brutalidade obsoleta? Não o espanquem, mas, pelo contrário, acompanhem-no ao café ou à taberna, conforme estejamos no campo ou na cidade, paguem-lhe bebidas generosamente, perguntem-lhe pelos pequerruchos, metamlhe uma placa de cinco tos-tões na mão e levem-no pelo braço, de cigarro na boca, trauteando o Hino, até junto da urna do Governo, vaso do Poder, taça da Felicidade! Tal é a tradição humana, doce, civilizada, hábil, que faz com que se possa tiranizar um País, com o aplauso do cidadão e em nome da Liberdade." - Author: Eça de Queirós

Quotes About Aboriginal Australia

"Eraritjaritjaka albutjikaNkinjaba iturala albutjika ...His heart is filled with longing to turn for homeIn the heat of the sun to return home ...Ulamba chant, Aboriginal Central Australia" - Author: Stuart Rintoul

Quotes About A Rodeo

"I wanted to be like my father, who was a cattle man and a rodeo roper. And that was - he was my hero, and I wanted to be more like him." - Author: Dave Brubeck

Quotes About Montag In Fahrenheit 451

"The things you are looking for, Montag, are in the world but the only way the average chap will ever see ninety-nine per cent of them is in a book. Dont ask for guarantees. And dont look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library. Do your own bit of saving, and if you drown, at least die knowing you were headed for shore."Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury" - Author: Ray Bradbury

Quotes About Subaru

"you mean machines are like humans?"I shook my head. "No, not like humans. With machines the feeling is, well, more finite. It doesnt go any further. With humans its different. The feeling is always changing. Like if you love somebody, the love is always shifting or wavering. Its always questioning or inflating or disappearing or denying or hurting. And the thing is, you cant do anything about it, you cant control it. With my Subaru, its not so complicated." - Author: Haruki Murakami

Quotes About Ganhar

"Um verdadeiro homem de fé deve acreditar que está aqui para um propósito e que é um objeto de real interesse para um Ser Supremo; deve também fingir ter pelo menos uma noção do que aquele Ser Supremo deseja. Eu próprio fui chamado de arrogante na juventude, e espero ganhar o título novamente; mas pretender conhecer os segredos do universo e seu criador - isso está além de minha presunção." - Author: Christopher Hitchens

Quotes About Funny Oranges

"Its funny, in a way the actor is a writer. Its not like the two things are so separate as to be like apples and oranges. The writer and the actor are one." - Author: Sam Shepard

Quotes About Discussing Religion

"{Wells discussing his experiences with Christianity}I realised as if for the first time, the menace of these queer shaven men in lace and petticoats who had been intoning, responding, and going through ritual gestures at me. I realised something dreadful about them. They were thrusting an incredible and ugly lie upon the world and the world was making no such resistance as I was disposed to make to this enthronement of cruelty. Either I had to come into this immense luminous coop and submit, or I had to declare the Catholic Church, the core and substance of Christendom with all its divines, sages, saints, and martyrs, with successive thousands of believers, age after age, wrong....I found my doubt of his essential integrity, and the shadow of contempt it cast, spreading out from him to the whole Church and religion of which he with his wild spoutings about the agonies of Hell, had become the symbol. I felt ashamed to be sitting there in such a bath of credulity." - Author: H.G. Wells

Quotes About Defining Character

"Travel became distinguishable from pain and began to be regarded as an intellectual pleasur...These factors--the voluntariness of departure, the freedom implicit in the indeterminancies of mobility, the pleasure of travel free from necessity, the notion that travel signifies autonomy and is a means for demonstrating what one really is independent of one context or set of defining associations--remain the characteristics of the modern conception of travel.Eric Leed" - Author: Robin Jarvis

Quotes About Punjabis

"For Punjabis like me, we have to work a little harder on our body." - Author: Mona Singh