[Humanity May Endure The Loss Of Everything; All Its Possessions May Be Turned Away Without Infringing Its True Dignity - All But The Possibility Of Improvement.]

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Ellen Greene Quotes

"Sometimes the adversities you go through help you become a person you are proud of, and instead of hating what youre going through, maybe bless it because for some reason; it is going to build you into that person that you are proud of being."

Tim Cahill Quotes

"I write early in the morning. I just wake up whenever I feel awake and I have to be sitting and writing pretty soon after that. If I take too long to think about the impossibility of what Im trying to, Ill be defeated by it."

Robert Haas Quotes

"Its such an ugly time, beauty is the real protest."

Sumner Redstone Quotes

"We need to listen to consumers needs."

Steven Adler Quotes

"People fight, they get angry, they do drugs, and they do crazy things."

Todd D Boddy Quotes

"I dont share your luxury. I believe in karma. I make karma happen. I rain down karma on my enemies.""We are the progeny of ancient myths, so we attempt to write our own.""I see the killing fields of the innocents crying out for justice while we hold our ranks.""You have ventured into deep waters, leaving your wading pool of shallow pragmatism.""Divine intervention is not without its own pain.""When all seems lost, dont confuse this with the end, rather this is the beginning.""Your redemption is at the gate of your conscience. You have been granted the power of a choice.""What say you, image bearer? Have you come to save us?"

Sean Carroll Quotes

"The world is not magic — and thats the most magical thing about it."

Nobel Quotes

"It can even be thought that radium could become very dangerous in criminal hands, and here the question can be raised whether mankind benefits from knowing the secrets of Nature, whether it is ready to profit from it or whether this knowledge will not be harmful for it. The example of the discoveries of Nobel is characteristic, as powerful explosives have enabled man to do wonderful work. They are also a terrible means of destruction in the hands of great criminals who lead the peoples towards war. I am one of those who believe with Nobel that mankind will derive more good than harm from the new discoveries."

Eva Hoffman Quotes

"Anger can be borne - it can even be satisfying - if it can gather into words and explode in a storm, or a rapier-sharp attack. But without these means of ventilation, it only turns back inward, building and swirling like a head of stream - building to an impotent, murderous rage."

Christopher Hopper Quotes

"Well, writing novels is incredibly simple: an author sits down…and writes.Granted, most writers I know are a bit strange.Some, downright weird.But then again, youd have to be.To spend hundreds and hundreds of hours sitting in front of a computer screen staring at lines of information is pretty tedious. More like a computer programmer. And no matter how cool the Matrix made looking at code seem, computer programmers are even weirder than authors."

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Quotes About Definition

"Definition is the death of discovery." - Author: Tom Shadyac

Quotes About Nirvana

"Theres no glamour in Nirvana, no glamour at all, in fact." - Author: Michael Azerrad

Quotes About Smiling While Hurting

"I never met your likeness. Jane: you please me, and you master me - you seem to submit, and I like the sense of pliancy you impart; and while I am twining the soft, silken skein round my finger, it sends a thrill up my arm to my heart. I am influenced - conquered; and the influence is sweeter than I can express; and the conquest I undergo has a witchery beyond any triumph _I_ can win." - Author: Charlotte Brontë

Quotes About Night Time Dreams

"… because I sometimes have moments of such despair, such despair … Because in those moments I start to think that I will never be capable of beginning to live a real life; because I have already begun to think that I have lost all sense of proportion, all sense of the real and the actual; because, what is more, I have cursed myself; because my nights of fantasy are followed by hideous moments of sobering! And all the time one hears the human crowd swirling and thundering around one in the whirlwind of life, one hears, one sees how people live—that they live in reality, that for them life is not something forbidden, that their lives are not scattered for the winds like dreams or visions but are forever in the process of renewal, forever young, and that no two moments in them are ever the same; while how dreary and monotonous to the point of being vulgar is timorous fantasy, the slave of shadow, of the idea, the slave of the first cloud that covers the sun..." - Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Quotes About Hypocrites Family

"There were thieves and hypocrites among us, to be sure, and true saints sprinkled here and there, but most were simply good, honest people who worshiped their Creator the best they knew how. We were a family." - Author: Donna Chapman Gilbert

Quotes About Phonies

"If you sat around there long enough and heard all the phonies applauding and all, you got to hate everybody in the world, I swear you did." - Author: J.D. Salinger

Quotes About Grow Up

"As long as I can remember, growing up we had a guitar around our house, and I was always plucking on it." - Author: Adam Jones

Quotes About The Wiggles

"If youre really uncomfortable with this, you dont have to do it."I hold my breath as I lean back to get her answer, hoping the brave one will win out.And she does.Slowly, Olivia shakes her head and wiggles a little closer to me on the bar. Her eyes are sparkling with determination. And challenge. And it makes me jerk in my jeans.I grin at her. "All right. You asked for it," - Author: M. Leighton

Quotes About Prologo

"Ma come stabilire il momento esatto in cui comincia una storia? Tutto è sempre cominciato già da prima, la prima riga della prima pagina dogni romanzo rimanda a qualcosa che è già successo fuori dal libro. Oppure la vera storia è quella che comincia dieci o cento pagine più avanti e tutto ciò che precede è solo un prologo. Le vite degli individui della specie umana formano un intreccio continuo, in cui ogni tentativo di separare un pezzo di vissuto che abbia un senso separatamente dal resto - per esempio, lincontro di due persone che diventerà decisivo per entrambi - deve tener conto che ciascuno dei due porta con sé un tessuto di ambienti fatti altre persone, e che dallincontro deriveranno a loro volta altre storie che si separeranno dalla loro storia comune." - Author: Italo Calvino

Quotes About Potboilers

"There are portions of the sovereign people who spend most of their spare time and spare money on motoring and comparing motor cars, on bridge-whist and post-mortems, on moving pictures and potboilers, talking always to the same people with minute variations on the same old themes. They cannot really be said to suffer from censorship, or secrecy, the high cost or the difficulty of communication. They suffer from anemia, from lack of appetite and curiosity for the human scene. Theirs is no problem of access to the world outside. Worlds of interest are waiting for them to explore, and they do not enter." - Author: Walter Lippmann