[I Started Classical And Operatic Lessons When I Was 8 And Become An Operatic Singer And Went To Competition. I Write My Own Music. A Lot Of The Songs, Growing Up, I Was Into Writing Dark Stories And Poems, And One Day I Started Putting Melodies To Them.]

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Michael Buffalo Smith Quotes

"Maybe thats why the good Lord gave us these vivid memory capabilities. When stress hits, we can just close our eyes, lean back and relax, and enjoy a game of Tidly-Winks, the sound of a Pete Rose baseball card in the spokes of our bike, or maybe a nice slice of watermelon - with a sprinkle of salt."

Patrick DiJusto Quotes

"I dont want to be human. I want to see gamma rays, I want to hear X-rays, and I want to smell dark matter. Do you see the absurdity of what I am? I cant even express these things properly, because I have to—I have to conceptualize complex ideas in this stupid, limiting spoken language, but I know I want to reach out with something other than these prehensile paws, and feel the solar wind of a supernova flowing over me. Im a machine, and I can know much more.—John Cavil, Cylon Model Number One, "No Exit"

Lawrence Durrell Quotes

"Frost in January minus 20 for a week. Dead birds frozen on the branch—they fall with the first thaw like ripe fruit—death-ripened. We shall all end like them—just a stain in the snow."

Pete Conrad Quotes

"Roger. Clear the tower. I got a pitch and a roll program, and this babys really going."

Mother Theresa Quotes

"When you judge someone you have no time to love them."

Marjorie Weinman Sharmat Quotes

"Annie has brown hair and brown eyes. And she smiles a lot. I would like Annie if I liked girls."

Dennis Muren Quotes

"Its harder for me to work on a Forrest Gump kind of movie, where everything is invisible."

Lew Wallace Quotes

"They took him last night, and tried him," the man continued. "At dawn they led him before Pilate. Twice the Roman denied his guilt; twice he refused to give him over. At last he washed his hands, and said, Be it upon you then; and they answered--" "Who answered?" "They--the priests and people--His blood be upon us and our children." "Holy father Abraham!" cried Ben-Hur; "a Roman kinder to an Israelite than his own kin! And if--ah, if he should indeed be the son of God, what shall ever wash his blood from their children? It must not be--tis time to fight!"

Elizabeth Kenny Quotes

"He who angers you conquers you."

Ben Jonson Quotes

"Language most shows a man, speak that I may see thee."

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Quotes About Playa

"Sentía ganas de meterle una bala entre los ojos a cualquier panda que se negara a follar para salvar su especie. Quería abrir las válvulas de descarga rápida de todos los petroleros y cubrir de crudo todas esas magnificas playas que yo jamás conocería. Quería respirar humo." - Author: Chuck Palahniuk

Quotes About Test Of Love

"You know," she said, stirring her tea, "the fastest way to get him off your back is to sleep with him. And tell him you love him. Preferably while in bed."I smirked and the tea almost came out of my nose. "Hed run like he was on fire." - Author: Ilona Andrews

Quotes About Bart

"I was a bartender at a Pizzeria Unos for nine years. The people I worked with were amazing, but it was quite possibly the most miserable time of my life." - Author: Bobby Moynihan

Quotes About Being Pressed

"Holding his daughter close with one arm, he pointed toward the distant horizon. "As far as you can see—it all belongs to you, Faith. Someday, Ill take you to the top of a windmill and teach you to dream. When you reach for some of those dreams, you might fall…but your mother and I will be there to catch you because thats what love means: always being there. I love you, little girl." He pressed a kiss to his daughters cheek. "So much…it hurts. But I reckon thats part of love, too."-Dallas" - Author: Lorraine Heath

Quotes About Fetishism

"If a man can realize his divine nature with the help of an image, would it be right to call that a sin? Nor, even when he has passed that stage, should he call it an error. [...] man is not traveling from error to truth, but from truth to truth, from lower to higher truth. To him all the religions from the lowest fetishism to the highest absolutism, mean so many attempts of the human soul to grasp and realize the Infinite, each determined by the conditions of its birth and association, and each of these marks a stage of progress; and every soul is a young eagle soaring higher and higher, gathering more and more strength till it reaches the Glorious Sun." - Author: Swami Vivekananda

Quotes About Machinery

"My grandfathers short employ at the Ford Motor Company marked the only time any Stephanides has ever worked in the automotive industry. Instead of cars, we could become manufacturers of hamburger platters and Greek salads, industrialists of spanakopita and grilled cheese sandwiches, technocrats of rice pudding and banana cream pie. Our assembly line was the grill; our heavy machinery, the soda fountain." - Author: Jeffrey Eugenides

Quotes About Querying

"The rhythm of researching and querying holds all the fascination, endorphins, and residual scarring of picking a scab. Its a habit I easily fall into but without more than surface level ambition driving it can turn into a haphazard, oozing mess." - Author: S. Kelley Harrell

Quotes About Betray

"Betrayal was a stone beneath a mattress of thr bed you shared, something you felt digging into you no matter how you shifted position. What was the point of being able to forgive, when deep down, you both had to admit youd never forget?" - Author: Jodi Picoult

Quotes About Grief And Loss Of A Child

"You see a child play, and it is so close to seeing an artist paint, for in play a child says things without uttering a word. You can see how he solves his problems. You can also see whats wrong. Young children, especially, have enormous creativity, and whatevers in them rises to the surface in free play." - Author: Erik Erikson

Quotes About Horses Healing

"This is it, I thought. This is the part of us that makes our brief, improbable little lives worth living: the ability to reach through our own isolation and find strength, and comfort, and warmth for and in each other. This is what human beings do. This is what we live for, the way horses live to run." - Author: Martha Beck