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"In fact, when I finally shuffle off this mortalcoil, you will have to pry a book out of my cold, dead hands."

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"If we get a few solid festival shows then I will have no problem booking the lads for as many quality club shows around them to make a nice tour come together."

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"We are mosaics - pieces of light, love, history, stars -- glued together with magic and music and words."

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"But still it was a lovely thingThrough the grey months to wait for Spring"

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"I am disposed to be thus particular from the interest you take in our welfare and from the entire confidence I have in your knowing, that you will be sympathetic with us in our misfortunes."

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"Traveling together into what the poet Adrienne Rich has called ‘the cratered night of female memory, they undertook a shared process of self-discovery, working together to probe the possibility of womans creative power. Through their exploration of hermetic and magical paths, they developed a common pictorial language, derived from the realms of domestic life, the fairy tale and the dream."

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"Offspring were a joy or a shame, but still the crown of their elders, natures unpredictable creatures."

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"On talk shows I ask myself, What am I doing here?"

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"The great secret in salam is it brings love, tranquility and peace to the person receiving the greeting."

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"Experience burned into me the conviction that access to education ought to be based on how much you are willing to learn and how hard you are willing to work, not on how many dollars your family has in their bank account."

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Quotes About Predjudice

"Id begun to realize that there was an unspoken predjudice among book-learned people, a secret conviction they all seemed to share, that life as we know it is an imperfect vision of reality, and that only art, like a pair of reading glasses can correct it." - Author: Ian Caldwell

Quotes About Eire

"TEIRESIAS:You have your eyes but see not where you arein sin, nor where you live, nor whom you live with.Do you know who your parents are? Unknowingyou are enemy to kith and kinin death, beneath the earth, and in this life." - Author: Sophocles

Quotes About Volunteering Gandhi

"Go to the tea shop anywhere along the Ganga, sir, and look at the men working in that tea shop - men, I say, but better to call them human spiders that go crawling in between and under the tables with rags in their hands, crushed humans in crushed uniforms, sluggish, unshaven, in their thirties or forties or fifties but still "boys." But that is your fate if you do your job well - with honesty, dedication, and sincerity, the way Gandhi would have done it, no doubt." - Author: Aravind Adiga

Quotes About Political Commercials

"Political commercials encourage the deceptive, the destructive and the degrading." - Author: John OToole

Quotes About Being Deeply Rooted

"If we were taught to cook as we are taught to walk, encouraged first to feel for pebbles with our toes, then to wobble forward and fall, then had our hands firmly tugged on so we would try again, we would learn that being good at it relies on something deeply rooted, akin to walking, to get good at which we need only guidance, senses, and a little faith. We arent often taught to cook like that, so when we watch people cook naturally, in what looks like an agreement between cook and cooked, we think that they were born with an ability to simply know that an egg is done, that the fish needs flipping, and that the soup needs salt. Instinct, whether on the ground or in the kitchen, is not a destination but a path." - Author: Tamar Adler

Quotes About God Our Savior

"Preferring Jesus to money is a gift of God. We cant produce it on our own. It must be given to us. When Jesus is presented to us as the most desirable Person, Lord, Savior, and Friend in the universe, we will not come to him on our own. Jesus said, "No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws him. . . . No one can come to me unless it is granted him by the Father" (John 6:44, 65). Coming to Jesus as the Treasure and Pleasure of our lives is "granted . . . by the Father" or it ­doesnt happen. We are too hard and rebellious in ourselves even to see Jesus as attractive, let alone leave all and come to him as our all-satisfying Joy." - Author: John Piper

Quotes About Centomila

"«Luomo crea eufemismi e cortine di fumo per negare le leggi naturali. E anche per negare linfame condizione che gli è propria. E ogni risveglio gli costa i duecento morti di un aereo che si schianta, i duecentomila di uno tsunami o il milione di una guerra civile…»" - Author: Arturo Pérez Reverte

Quotes About Being The Best Person Possible

"Im the most communal person that exists and a very solitary person. So I think writing is a form of getting to the community and being alone, and its the best of both possible worlds." - Author: Ariel Dorfman

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"Why would you turn right on a red light when we can all just sit here behind you waiting to die... #AHOLE" - Author: A.O. Storm

Quotes About Elvish

"Now it befell on summer night,upon a lawn where lingering lightyet lay and faded faint and grey,that Luthien danced while he did play…and this the moon now looked upon,uprisen slow, and round, and white,above the branches of the night.Then clearly thrilled her voice and rang;with sudden ecstasy she sanga song of nightingales she learnedand with her elvish magic turnedto such bewildering delightthe moon hung moveless in the night.And this it was that Beren heard,and this he saw, without a word,enchanted dumb, yet filled with fireof such wonder and desirethat all his mortal mind was dim;her magic bound and fettered him,and faint he leaned against a tree.Forwandered, wayworn, gaunt was he,his body sick and heart grown cold,grey in his hair, his youth turned old;for those that tread that lonely waya price of woe and anguish pay.And now his heart was healed and slainwith a new life and with new pain." - Author: J.R.R. Tolkien