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"Have you lost your mind? What have I told you Charlie about whales? You cant MANHANDLE THEM!"

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"look for the good"

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"As a mother, the things that I wanted for my own four children, I want for all the children of France."

Daniel Guerin Quotes

"If crimes are committed they must be seen as a disease, and punishment as treatment rather than as social vengeance."

Brion Gysin Quotes

"The poets are supposed to liberate the words – not chain them in phrases. Who told the poets they were supposed to think? Poets are meant to sing and to make words sing. Writers dont own their words. Since when do words belong to anybody? Your very own words, indeed! And who are you?"

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"For chocolates sake!"

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"Dychwelyd i wlad eich hynafiaid; gwaed yn galw i waed.Return to the land of your fathers; blood calls to blood."

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"Try to write poems at least one person in the room will hate."

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"To be defeated is only a fable in which one may tell of oneself. I will try and I will try again, though never shall I call it failure. I am simply one step closer to thy truth."

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Quotes About Davos

"The Father protects his children, the septons taught, but Davos had led his boys into the fire. Dale would never give his wife the child they had prayed for, and Allard, with his girl in Oldtown and his girl in Kings Landing, and his girl in Braavos, they would all be weeping soon. Matthos would never captain his own ship, as he dreamed. Maric would never have his knighthood.How can I live when they are dead? So many brave knights and mighty lords have died, better men than me, and highborn. Crawl inside your cave, Davos. Crawl inside and shrink up small and the ship will go away, and no one will trouble you ever again. Sleep on your stone pillow and let the gulls peck out your eyes while the crabs feast on your flesh. Youve feasted on enough of them, you owe them. Hide, smuggler. Hide, and be quiet, and die." - Author: George R.R. Martin

Quotes About Ada Lovelace

"Jangan sia-siakan waktu anda untuk ragu-ragu dan takut.Laksanakanlah pekerjaan yang ada di depan mata, sebab tugas asaat ini yang dilaksanakan dengan sebaik-baiknya akan menjadi persiapan terbaik untuk masa-masa yang akan datang." - Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson

Quotes About Cringe

"Ive often cringed when I heard myself described as a jazz singer. Ive always thought of myself as a jazz vocalist." - Author: Cassandra Wilson

Quotes About Someone Killing Themselves

"I, too, am a drum major for justice. I will continue to speak out-LOUD and PROUD- as long as gay youth are killing themselves because someone instilled in them they are not enough. Well, baby, youre more than enough. You were molded with the same care and precision as your heterosexual counterparts. You are unique. God has a special plan for you that only you can fulfill. Live your life!" - Author: Json M. Lee

Quotes About Brief Encounters

"Once innocence--an all too-brief state of being, if such a one exists--encounters experience, it is transformed. If that transformation is understood, it becomes knowledge. And if that knowledge is employed, then it becomes wisdom." - Author: Ana Castillo

Quotes About Francis Scott Key

"The traditions of a nation are very important and the anthem written by Francis Scott Key in the early days of our nation should always be revered." - Author: Lee Greenwood

Quotes About The Souls In Purgatory

"The priests will sell indulgence letters for fornication, for the breaking of vows, for shunning confession, for ignoring fasts, and, of course, for rescuing souls from purgatory. Purgatory," he repeated with a sneer. "This dread place exists, the Church teaches, for the cleansing of sinful mans soul after death, but the Church will gladly give you remission of years of your souls agony there—for a price. Now, tell me this. If the Pope has the power to deliver a soul out of purgatory, why then can he not deliver it without money? And if he can deliver one soul, then why does he not deliver a thousand? Why not all? Let loose all the poor, tortured souls, and thus destroy purgatory." His fist punched the air. "I say the Pope is a tyrant if he keeps souls within purgatorys prison until men give him money!" - Author: Barbara Kyle

Quotes About Lightning Bolts

"Believe me, I know all about bottle acoustics. I spent much of the sixth century in an old sesame oil jar, corked with wax, bobbing about in the Red Sea. No one heard my hollers. In the end an old fisherman set me free, by which time I was desperate enough to grant him several wishes. I erupted in the form of a smoking giant, did a few lightning bolts, and bent to ask him his desire. Poor old boy had dropped dead of a heart attack. There should be a moral there, but for the life of me I cant see one." - Author: Jonathan Stroud

Quotes About Meeting The Love Of Your Life

"Dont you see? You and he might never cross paths again. Of course, a chance meeting could occur, and I hope it happens. I really do, for your sake. But realistically speaking, you have to see theres a huge possibility youll never be able to meet him again. And even if you do meet, he might already be married to somebody else. He might have two kids. Isnt that so? And in that case, you may have to live the rest of your life alone, never being joined with the one person you love in all the world. Dont you find that scary?" - Author: Haruki Murakami

Quotes About Lonely Souls

"What did it mean, the first time, a thinking creature looked deeply into anothers eyes? Did it take a hundred thousand years before this happened or it was the first thing they did, transcendingly, the thing that made them higher, made them modern, the gaze that demonstrates we are lonely in our souls?" - Author: Don DeLillo