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"We are stronger when we listen, and smarter when we share."

Elissa Wall Quotes

"In the end, Hes the only reason that I made it. Sometimes thats the only thing we have. Whether you call it God, or hope, or faith -whatever word you use- the fact is, I couldnt have survived if I hadnt believed in something. It was the one part of me that neither Warren nor Allen could touch, and no matter what happens, as long as I have that, Ive won."

Jaiti Quotes

"No longer do I sing, dance or draw pictures; but God has granted me the gift to do them all in my stories."

Laura Story Quotes

"Be my God, so I can just be me."

Katie Jennings Quotes

"In the end, family is all we have, my dear. Youll do well to remember that."

Hazel Osmond Quotes

"Theyve read too many of those romances with alpha males striding their way through them. They think that beneath all that granite theyre going to find a tender, injured soul crying out for their healing touch. Whereas I see someone whose mother didnt tell him to "make nice" enough when he was little. If he ever was little."

Angeline Kace Quotes

"Will you mess up my bed with me?"

Neil Carter Quotes

"Believing isnt a choice... belief is an involuntary response to something youve learned or experienced."

Rachel Ticotin Quotes

"My mothers Puerto Rican and my fathers Russian-Jewish, so we consider ourselves to be Jewricans or Puertojews. I think Puertojew sounds like a kosher bathroom, so I prefer Jewrican."

Jessica Zafra Quotes

"We often reward mediocrity because it is comforting. If they can do it, anyone can do it."

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Quotes About Rimba

"El silencio de la muerte es el peor de los silencios, porque el silencio rulfiano es un silencio aceptado y el rimbaudiano es un silencio buscado, pero el silencio de la muerte es el que corta de tajo lo que pudo ser y nunca más va a poder ser, lo que no sabremos jamás." - Author: Roberto Bolaño

Quotes About Literary Elements

"This philistinism of interpretation is more rife in literature than in any other art. For decades now, literary critics have understood it to be their task to translate the elements of the poem or play or novel or story into something else. Sometimes a writer will be so uneasy before the naked power of his art that he will install within the work itself - albeit with a little shyness, a touch of the good taste of irony - the clear and explicit interpretation of it. Thomas Mann is an example of such an overcooperative author. In the case of more stubborn authors, the critic is only too happy to perform the job." - Author: Susan Sontag

Quotes About Anlamak

"Biriyle yüz yirmi yıl bir arada yaşasak,bize ne düşündüğümüzü sorsalar,onun karmaşık kişiliğinin hakkını vermemiz ve "Onu henüz tanımaya başladım" diye yanıtlamamız gerekir.Ancak bunun yerine,biriyle tanıştıktan iki dakika sonra bir izlenim oluşur zihnimizde: "Ondan hoşlandım/ Ondan hoşlanmadım".Biyolojik bir ihtiyacın ilkel kalıntısıdır bu tepki;mağara adamı,birisiyle karşı karşıya geldiğinde onun dost mu düşman mı olduğunu bir bakışta anlamak zorundadır." - Author: Alain de Botton

Quotes About Sisters Death

"A final stand, then. One last battle. At least he could say that he had fought. When he met his brothers and sisters on the far side of death, he would tell them that he had not yielded. He might have betrayed everything that they had been bred for, but he had never yielded." - Author: Paolo Bacigalupi

Quotes About Narrations

"one who, though he never digress to read a Lecture, Moral or Political, upon his own Text, nor enter into mens hearts, further than the Actions themselves evidently guide him…filleth his Narrations with that choice of matter, and ordereth them with that Judgement, and with such perspicuity and efficacy expresseth himself that (as Plutarch saith) he maketh his Auditor a Spectator. For he setteth his Reader in the Assemblies of the People, and in their Senates, at their debating; in the Streets, at their Seditions; and in the Field, at their Battels.Quoted by Shelby Foote in his The Civil War: A Narrative – Volume 2: Fredericksburg to Meridian, Bibliographical Note, from Thomas Hobbes Forward to Hobbes translation of The Peloponnesian War by Thucydides" - Author: Thomas Hobbes

Quotes About Admiration And Respect

"The grandiose person is never really free; first because he is excessively dependent on admiration from others, and second, because his self-respect is dependent on qualities, functions, and achievements that can suddenly fail." - Author: Alice Miller

Quotes About Musical Chairs

"In the vast game of Darwinian musical chairs, whenever the music stopped there were large numbers of people without a seat—and some smartass had sold them guns." - Author: Daniel Suarez

Quotes About Target Market

"Understand why you are different and how you help, recognise your target market, and give them something they might not even realise they are missing." - Author: Chris Murray

Quotes About Eminent Personalities

"Never trust the occultist who tells you that he is the head of a tradition, because if he were, in the first place, he would not tell the fact to the uninitiated, and in the second place he would in all probability be living in great seclusion and inaccessible to all but his immediate subordinates. If a man is a great artist he does not need to inform us of the fact; we shall know him by his pictures that are hung in the galleries of the nation, and we shall, moreover, find that he guards himself from casual acquaintances because of the inroads on his time to which his fame renders him liable. The more eminent a person, the harder he is to approach, not out of any spirit of pride and exclusiveness, but because so many people want to see him that discrimination has to be used in admitting them." - Author: Dion Fortune

Quotes About Mature And Immature

"One of the surest tests of the superiority or inferiority of a poet is the way in which a poet borrows. Immature poets imitate mature poets steal bad poets deface what they take and good poets make it into something better or at least something different. The good poet welds his theft into a whole of feeling which is unique utterly different than that from which it is torn the bad poet throws it into something which has no cohesion. A good poet will usually borrow from authors remote in time or alien in language or diverse in interest." - Author: T.S. Eliot