[I Get The Greatest Feeling When I'm Singing. It's Other-worldly. Your Feet Are Anchored Into The Earth And Into This Energy Force That Comes Up Through Your Feet And Goes Up The Top Of Your Head And Maybe You're Holding Hands With The Angels Or The Stars, I Have No Idea.]

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Quotes About Reaching Climax

"The term - Fairy-Tales is so ironical in itself, when I sometimes sit to write love stories with a happy ending, it usually drags me into a dilemma whether, I should even begin with a love story at first place or not? Because honestly, I havent seen many of them reaching climax, most of them just die out in the mid. Then comes the concept of fairy tales or what we say fiction, where nothing is impossible!But over time, if Ive realized something, it is that theres no such term called fiction when it comes to reality! Its harsh, in-your-face-sarcastic, ironical and highly irrational. You cant expect whats coming up next, and how its going to blow you. In the real life, the entire meaning of fiction ceases to exist. Conclusively, we writers, deal with harsh reality and write lively fictions, this job in itself is so ironical but, thats life..." - Author: Mehek Bassi

Quotes About Being Socially Responsible

"It would be a great mistake to suppose that it is sufficient not to become personal yourself. For by showing a man quite quietly that he is wrong, and that what he says and thinks is incorrect — a process which occurs in every dialectical victory — you embitter him more than if you used some rude or insulting expression. Why is this? Because, as Hobbes observes, all mental pleasure consists in being able to compare oneself with others to ones own advantage. — Nothing is of greater moment to a man than the gratification of his vanity, and no wound is more painful than that which is inflicted on it. Hence such phrases as "Death before dishonour," and so on." - Author: Arthur Schopenhauer

Quotes About Lecturing Others

"Martin Luther called the church building the "Mundhaus" (lit. "mouth house" or "speech house") because he believed that the Graeco-Roman "pagan lecture" of the sophist entertainers who took over the Catholic church should be the focus of "the service". Sermons might have been helpful in the later Middle Ages when even many Catholic priests couldnt read. However, modern research has repeatedly proven that lecturing is the worst possible way to educate others because its so boring. Might traditional, so-called-inspired preaching still be the best way to communicate Gods Word?" ~ © gfp 42™" - Author: Gary Patton

Quotes About Joy After Sorrow

"Today I awoke from a sound sleep with curses of joy on my lips, with gibberish on my tongue, repeating to myself like a litany – "Fay ce que vouldras!… fay ce que vouldras!"; Do anything, but let it produce joy. Do anything, but let it yield ecstasy. So much crowds into my head when I say this to myself: images, gay ones, terrible ones, maddening ones, the wolf and the goat, the spider, the crab, syphilis with her wings outstretched and the door of the womb always on the latch, always open, ready like the tomb. Lust, crime, holiness: the lives of my adored ones, the failures of my adored ones, the words they left behind them, the words they left unfinished; the good they dragged after them and the evil, the sorrow, the discord, the rancor, the strife they created. But above all, the ecstasy!" - Author: Henry Miller

Quotes About Maria Magdalena

"When I hear girls I know longing to be what they call liberated, and when I hear others rejoicing in what they think of as liberation, I feel a fool, because I simply do not know where I stand. (Maria Magdalena Theotoky)" - Author: Robertson Davies

Quotes About Jack Salmon

"It is true that almost everyone in the foothills farmed and hunted, so there were no breadlines, no men holding signs that begged for work and food, no children going door to door, as they did in Atlanta, asking for table scraps. Here, deep in the woods, was a different agony. Babies, the most tenuous, died from poor diet and simple things, like fevers and dehydration. In Georgia, one in seven babies died before their first birthday, and in Alabama it was worse.You could feed your family catfish and jack salmon, poke salad and possum, but medicine took cash money, and the poorest of the poor, blacks and whites, did not have it. Women, black and white, really did smother their babies to save them from slow death, to give a stronger, sounder child a little more, and stories of it swirled round and round until it became myth, because who can live with that much truth." - Author: Rick Bragg

Quotes About Being Needy

"I had a lot of ambition for love, but I decided it was time to stop being needy. Now that Im lazy Ive never been more successful." - Author: Bauvard

Quotes About Celebrity Culture

"The cartoon is a metaphor really for the fact that its almost impossible in our celebrity obsessed culture to move around genres and sort of change you ideas, change your face, you know?" - Author: Damon Albarn

Quotes About There Being No God

"I dont accept the currently fashionable assertion that any view is automatically as worthy of respect as any equal and opposite view. My view is that the moon is made of rock. If someone says to me "Well, you havent been there, have you? You havent seen it for yourself, so my view that it is made of Norwegian Beaver Cheese is equally valid" - then I cant even be bothered to argue. There is such a thing as the burden of proof, and in the case of god, as in the case of the composition of the moon, this has shifted radically. God used to be the best explanation wed got, and weve now got vastly better ones. God is no longer an explanation of anything, but has instead become something that would itself need an insurmountable amount of explaining. So I dont think that being convinced that there is no god is as irrational or arrogant a point of view as belief that there is. I dont think the matter calls for even-handedness at all." - Author: Douglas Adams

Quotes About Having A Crush

"If watching your child die is a parents worst nightmare, imagine having to tell your other child that his sister is dead... Although I am certain that he cried, that we all cried, what I remember more is how we collapsed into each other, as if the weight of our loss literally crushed us." - Author: Ann Hood