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"This sense of place -- that there was nothing to be wanted from material things, nothing to be saved."

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"The sensitive artist knows that a bitter wind is blowing."

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"we always say that nature cannot be change, but we forget that change is the name of nature"

Hermann Von Helmholtz Quotes

"A moving body whose motion was not retarded by any resisting force would continue to move to all eternity."

Joe Nichols Quotes

"You know, Id like to sit here and blame everybody else for my trouble. I just cant do that. I cant find it in myself to do it."

Hanne Blank Quotes

"[Masters and Johnson found] the so-called vaginal orgasm was actually not vaginal. When it happened at all, it was the result of friction between clitoral hood and clitoris that some women experienced when the thrusts of the penis tugged at connected flesh."

Tiberius Quotes

"Power has no limits."

Kim Fielding Quotes

"Sleep. We can adore one another in the morning"

Mark Glamack Quotes

"If you surround yourself with the good and righteous, they can only raise you up. If you surround yourself with the others, they will drag you down into the doldrums of mediocrity, and they will keep you there, but only as long as you permit it."

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"Oh, come on, Ash, that smells like a unicorn fart."

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Quotes About Rumpus

"How will you deal with him?" Belses asked.Jock lifted a brawny fist and regarded it lovingly. "Knock him out-- truss him up-- whatever the Almighty permits us."Supposing hes not alone?"Oh, then, if his trusties are with him, therell be a bonny rumpus." - Author: John Buchan

Quotes About Dental Pain

"But there was a discipline, it was just that we didnt understand. We thought he was formless, but I think now he was tormented by order, what was outside it. He tore apart the plot - see his music was immediately on top of his own life. Echoing. As if, when he was playing he was lost and hunting for the right accidental notes. Listening to him was like talking to Coleman. You were both changing direction with every sentence, sometimes in the middle, using each other as a springboard through the dark. You were moving so fast it was unimportant to finish and clear everything. He would be describing something in 27 ways. There was pain and gentleness everything jammed into each number." - Author: Michael Ondaatje

Quotes About Worship Leading

"...the Master and the boy followed each other as if drawn along the wires of some mechanism, until soon it could no longer be discerned which was coming and which going, which following and which leading, the old or the young man. Now it seemed to be the young man who showed honour and obedience to the old man, to authority and dignity; now again it was apparently the old man who was required to follow, serve, worship the figure of youth, of beginning, of mirth. And as he watched this at once senseless and significant dream circle, the dreamer felt alternately identical with the old man and the boy, now revering and now revered, now leading, now obeying; and in the course of these pendulum shifts there came a moment in which he was both, was simultaneously Master and small pupil; or rather he stood above both, was the instigator, conceiver, operator, and onlooker of the cycle, this futile spinning race between age and youth." - Author: Hermann Hesse

Quotes About Southwell

"Logically, this kind of atheism did not prove that there was no God.... On the contrary, Southwell was typical in placing the onus probandi on those who affirmed the existence of God and Holyoake regarded himself as an atheist only in his inability to believe what the churches would have him believe. They were content to show that the Christian concept of the supernatural was meaningless, that the arguments in its favor were illogical, and that the mysteries of the universe, insofar as they were explicable, could be accounted for in material terms." - Author: Edward Royle

Quotes About Nature Aristotle

"We have then, in the first part of The Faerie Queene, four of the seven deadly sins depicted in the more important passages of the four several books; those sins being much more elaborately and powerfully represented than the virtues, which are opposed to them, and which are personified in the titular heroes of the respective books. The alteration which made these personified virtues the centre each of a book was probably part of the reconstruction on the basis of Aristotle Ethics.The nature of the debt to Aristotle suggests that Spenser did not borrow directly from the Greek, but by way of modern translations." - Author: Janet Spens

Quotes About Surprises Pinterest

"One mind can think only of its own questions; it rarely surprises itself." - Author: Orson Scott Card

Quotes About Mirrors And Friendship

"But love, honest love, requires empathy. It is a sharing—of joy, of pain, of laughter, and of tears. Honest love makes ones soul a reflection of the partners moods. And as a room seems larger when it is lined with mirrors, so do the joys become amplified. And as the individual items within the mirrored room seem less acute, so does pain diminish and fade, stretched thin by the sharing. That is the beauty of love, whether in passion or friendship. A sharing that multiplies the joys and thins the pains." - Author: R.A. Salvatore

Quotes About Child Labor In The Jungle

"When they told him this, Ransom at last understood why mythology was what it was -- gleams of celestial strength and beauty falling on a jungle of filth and imbecility." - Author: C.S. Lewis

Quotes About Light Over Darkness

"It means she chose light over darkness. I want people to know that so theyll always remember.I always will.Bonnie McCullough" - Author: L.J. Smith

Quotes About Turkeys

"Think of the beginning of the story of the beginning of everything: Adam (without Eve and without divine guidance) names the animals. Continuing his work, we call stupid people bird-brained, cowardly people chickens, fools turkeys. Are these the best names we have to offer? If we can revise the notion of women coming from a rib, cant we revise our categorizations of the animals that, draped with barbecue sauce, end up as the ribs on our dinner plates — or for that matter, the KFC in our hands?" - Author: Jonathan Safran Foer