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Alejandro Jodorowsky Quotes

"I believe in mysticism, with an interior goal, and you are your own temple and your own priest. I dont believe anymore in religions, because you see today there are religious wars, prejudice, false morals, and the woman is despised. Religion is too old now; its from another century, its not for today."

Carson McCullers Quotes

"But no value has been put on human life; it is given to us free and taken without being paid for. What is it worth? If you look around, at times the value may seem to be little or nothing at all. Often after you have sweated and tried and things are not better for you, there comes a feeling deep down in the soul that you are not worth much."

Ann Haywood Leal Quotes

"If folks dont like the way you look, they almost never take the time to find anything out about you. They just make up their own stories"

Mark Johnson Quotes

"A metaphor is not merely a linguistic expression (a form of words) used for artistic or rhetorical purposes; instead, it is a process of human understanding by which we achieve meaningful experience that we can make sense of. A metaphor, in this "experiential" sense, is a process by which we understand and structure one domain of experience in terms of another domain of a different kind."

PC Wren Quotes

"The ocean, the desert, and the jungle are the last strongholds and resorts of peace. ("Fear")"

Ali Babacan Quotes

"We have been talking with leaders: Change is coming; you can no longer have a closed regime with an open society - satellites, social media, the Internet - you have this kind, this kind of society moving forward, and you are running this closed regime; this is not sustainable. This cannot continue."

Hugh Bonneville Quotes

"Everyone at some point in their lives feels excluded and misunderstood."

Bill Price Quotes

"The most radical and far-reaching solutions often need rethinking of processes and deep questioning of the status quo-and these are hard."

Saika Kunieda Quotes

"Youre the only person Im interested in! Grandma and grandpa can parade all the pretty women they like in front of me and it wouldnt make an ounce of difference! Cause youre the only one I want!"

K L Jordaan Quotes

"People can learn a lot from one another if their need to be right falls away."

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Quotes About Weak And Strong

"All attempts at law, all religion, all ethical norms might be nothing more than attempts by the weak to restrain the strong. Then, within the law, arise the new strong, who subvert the law for their own ends of power and family interest, leaving the old strong outside their circle to pursue the waiting possibilities which they call crime. The weak, the cowardly, the decent ones, live between these groups." - Author: George Zebrowski

Quotes About Tutte

"Tutte le famiglie felici si assomigliano fra loro, ogni famiglia infelice è infelice a suo modo." - Author: Leo Tolstoy

Quotes About Brooklyn Ny

"God, you mean I lost my virginity to the apocalypse?"Morgan sighed again. "The whole thing was really embarrassing; my parents sent me to Brooklyn when they found out." She shrugged. "I thought Id be safe in a gay bar, okay? What were you doing in there anyway?"Lace looked at me sidelong. "You were where?"I took a sip of beer, swallowed it. "I, uh, hadnt been in the city...very long. I didnt know." - Author: Scott Westerfeld

Quotes About Weight On Your Shoulders

"Suddenly in the end when its over, you feel a big weight on your shoulders. Thats the role of the captain. Unfortunately, its sometimes like that in sport." - Author: Guy Forget

Quotes About Colbert

"I get up around 8 oclock, which gives me enough time to walk dogs and feed chickens and horses. Then I get to work in my home office upstairs, and basically, I dont stop until Ive written 2,000 words and/or the Stephen Colbert show is over." - Author: Lisa Scottoline

Quotes About Discovering Nature

"Hey! look at usWere digging and diggingInto stubborn, ancient earth;Were discoveringWhere we came from,and how we came."but where are you going?"Hey! look at usWere learning and learningInto stubborn lawsOf nature and spaceAnd non-nature and non-space;Were discoveringAll there is to know."but where are you going?"Hey! look at usWere planning and planningInto stubborn yearsOf education and trainingAnd hopes and dreams;Were discoveringHow not to waste any time."but where are you going?"Hey! look at usWere shiny and brightAnd clever and sophisticatedAnd witty and well-read;Were discoveringHow to really fill upThis old life."but where are you going?"where?"Yes; where?" - Author: Lois A. Cheney

Quotes About Edward Gibbon

"Given that life is so short, do I really want to spend one-ninetieth of my remaining days on earth reading Edward Gibbon?" - Author: Elizabeth Gilbert

Quotes About Sayers

"Prove the nay-sayers wrong... Leave being average to others... You could be the one who changes the way the world spins" - Author: Frank Giampaolo

Quotes About Little Brothers

"...youth is only being in a way like it might be an animal. No, it is not just like being an animal so much as being like one of these malenky toys you viddy being sold in the streets, like little chellovecks made out of tin and with a spring inside and then a winding handle on the outside and you wind it up grrr grrr grrr and off it itties, like walking, O my brothers. But it itties in a straight line and bangs straight into things bang bang and it cannot help what it is doing. Being young is like being like one of these malenky machines." - Author: Anthony Burgess

Quotes About Free Items

"Like casinos, large corporate entities have studied the numbers and the ways in which people respond to them. These are not con tricks - theyre not even necessarily against our direct interests, although sometimes they can be - but they are hacks for the human mind, ways of manipulating us into particular decisions we otherwise might not make. They are also, in a way, deliberate underminings of the core principle of the free market, which derives its legitimacy from the idea that informed self-interest on aggregate sets appropriate prices for items. The key word is informed; the point of behavioural economics - or rather, of its somewhat buccaneering corporate applications - is to skew our perception of the purchase to the advantage of the company. The overall consequence of that is to tilt the construction of our society away from what it should be if we were making the rational decisions classical economics imagines we would, and towards something else." - Author: Nick Harkaway