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Corinne Demas Quotes

"If you didnt want to know things, you didnt have to know them. Things didnt become facts until someone actually spoke them. Until then, you could just go on acting just the way you had been acting and even if you suspected there was something that would change everything, you didnt have to acknowledge it; you didnt have to let it in."

Larry Harvey Quotes

"We take people to the threshold of religion. Our aim is to induce immediate experience that is beyond the odd, beyond the strange, and beyond the weird. It verges on the wholly other."

Emmuska Orczy Quotes

"Idyllic follies never last, my little Chauvelin....They come upon us like the measles...and are as easily cured."

Philip Carr Gomm Quotes

"The songs of our ancestors are also the songs of our children"

Rose Bird Quotes

"Its always the minorities who arent a part of the mainstream who define what the limits... of the majority are going to be."

Gerald M Weinberg Quotes

"Fishers Fundamental Theorem states—in terms appropriate to the present context—that the better adapted a system is to a particular environment, the less adaptable it is to new environments."

Karen Hancock Quotes

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Rodica Ojog Brasoveanu Quotes

"Vîrsta ne schimbă atît de mult, uneori uiţi că ai fost copil, ai impresia că te-ai născut aşa, bătrîn, şi totuşi sînt unele fleacuri care-ţi rămîn adînc înrădăcinate. Clişee unde adultul dă mîna cu puştiul care trăgea la fit şi tocea peste vară la teorema lui Pitagora. De cînd mă ştiu, prima ninsoare m-a scos din minţi... Îmi venea să urlu de bucurie... Ca şi mirosul ăla special din martie. Un miros de verde, de pămînt..."

Elizabeth Cadell Quotes

"Youll be happy if youll remember that men dont change much. Women do. Women adapt themselves, and if you think that means they lose their individuality, youre wrong. Show me a happy marriage and Ill show you a clever woman."

Brian A McBride Quotes

"Everybody is born with a little bit of writer in them. We all come with the desire to work hard to see our creations come to life on the page. But it is those who choose to do something about this passion that has been ignited inside of them that are true writers."

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Quotes About Surviving Physical Pain

"Does the open wound in anothers breast soften the pain of the gaping wound in our own? Or does the blood which is welling from another mans side staunch that which is pouring from our own? Does the general anguish of our fellow creatures lessen our own private and particular anguish? No, no, each suffers on his own account, each struggles with his own grief, each sheds his own tears." - Author: Alexandre Dumas

Quotes About Funny Caution

"Its a funny thing because you look at the careers of other filmmakers, and you see them sort of slow down, and you realize, maybe this becomes harder to do as you get older. Thats sort of a cautionary thing. I hope it doesnt happen to me." - Author: Joel Coen

Quotes About Familia

"A long time ago someone became disillusioned with theism, so he tacked a definite article onto it and created a new religion. People have been referring to it a lot since then, but it hasnt become any more familiar." - Author: Benson Bruno

Quotes About Whistling

"You can find something funny in anything! Im sick as a dog and falling to bits, but Ill give up joking only after I give up the ghost! my last gasp! The proof, here, with only an eighth of a glimmer of light, things oozing out of my asshole, my armpits, and the elbows, too, blood coming out of the eyes, from the soupy mess of my grave, me whistling a tune, thats what youll hear! A regular blackbird!" - Author: Louis Ferdinand Céline

Quotes About Gore And Blood

"I have a very high tolerance for gore and blood. I am, like, the perfect horror movie viewer because I do not get scared very easily. I can really stomach anything so, as a result, I have watched a lot of really disgusting stuff that I should probably never have seen." - Author: Tania Raymonde

Quotes About Regaining Lost Love

"…there was no more safety to be found in love than there was to be found in a virus." - Author: John Irving

Quotes About Nursing Theories

"In the Carolinas they say "hill people" are different from "flatlands people," and as a native Kentuckian with more mountain than flatlands blood, Im inclined to agree. This was one of the theories Id been nursing all the way from San Francisco. Unlike Porterville or Hollister, Bass Lake was a mountain community ... and if the old Appalachian pattern held, the people would be much slower to anger or panic, but absolutely without reason or mercy once the fat was in the fire. Like the Angels, they would tend to fall back in an emergency on their own native sense of justice -- which bears only a primitive resemblance to anything written in law books. I thought the mountain types would be far more tolerant of the Angels noisy showboating, but -- compared to their flatlands cousins -- much quicker to retaliate in kind at the first evidence of physical insult or abuse." - Author: Hunter S. Thompson

Quotes About Pengetahuan

"Oleh sebab itu maka bertambah tinggi perjalanan akal, bertambah banyak alat pengetahuan yang dipakai, pada akhirnya bertambah tinggi pulalah martabat Iman dan Islam seseorang" - Author: Hamka

Quotes About Spartacus Romans

"How nice of Acheron to send us a playmate. (Daimon)Play is for children and dogs. Now that you have identified which category you fall into, Ill show you what Romans do to rabid dogs. (Valerius)" - Author: Sherrilyn Kenyon

Quotes About Nature From Macbeth

"The Form of Government, which you admire, when its Principles are pure is admirable, indeed, it is productive of every Thing, which is great and excellent among Men. But its Principles are as easily destroyed, as human Nature is corrupted. Such a Government is only to be supported by pure Religion or Austere Morals. Public Virtue cannot exist in a Nation without private virtue....Without religion this world would be something not fit to be mentioned in polite company:...I mean Hell." - Author: John Adams