[If I Have An Hour In A City, I Go To Vintage Stores First Because It's So Much Cooler To Find A Piece That Is Unique. I Love The Thought Of Some Girl Having Worn It Before And Living Her Life In It.]

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Quotes About Total Equality

"... next time you say, «I have nothing in common with this person,» remember that you have a great deal in common: A few years from now - two years or seventy years, it doesnt make much difference - both of you will have become rotting corpses, then piles of dust, then nothing at all. This is a sobering and humbling realization that leaves little room for pride. [... ] In that sense , there is total equality between you and every other creature." - Author: Eckhart Tolle

Quotes About Refusal

"Pain can be endured and defeated only if it is embraced. Denied or feared, it grows in perception if not in reality. The best response to terror is righteous anger, confidence in ultimate justice, a refusal to be intimidated." - Author: Dean Koontz

Quotes About Alcoholism Abuse

"I want everyone that has been abused by someone in their childhood to know that you can get past it. Having DID is not the end of the world; its the beginning of your new life. DID allows the victim of exceptional abuse the ability to "forget" the abuse and continue living. Without it, I may have gone crazy as a teen and spent my life in a as a teen and spent my life in a psychiatric hospital." - Author: Dauna Cole

Quotes About Deplore

"Its a shame for womens history to be all about men--first boys, then other boys, then men men men. It reminds me of the way our school history textbooks were all about wars and elections, one war after another, with the dull periods of peace skimmed over whenever they occurred. (Our teachers deplored this and added extra units about social history and protest movements, but that was still the message of the books.)" - Author: Elizabeth Kostova

Quotes About Angel In Heaven

"When I am an old man and I can remember nothing else, I will remember this moment. The first time my eyes beheld an angel in the flesh. "I will remember your body and your eyes, your beautiful face and breasts, your curves and this." He traced his hand around her navel before dragging it lightly to the top of her lower curls. "I will remember your scent and your touch and how it felt to love you. But most of all, I will remember how it felt to gaze at true beauty, both inside and out. For you are fair, my beloved, in soul and in body, generous of spirit and generous of heart. And I will never see anything this side of heaven more beautiful tham you" - Author: Sylvain Reynard

Quotes About Sensations

"Religion grants its adherents malign, intoxicating and morally corrosive sensations. Destroying intellectual freedom is always evil, but only religion makes doing evil feel quite so good." - Author: Philip Pullman

Quotes About Class And Elegance

"She was simple, not being able to adorn herself, but she was unhappy, as one out of her class; for women belong to no caste, no race, their grace, their beauty and their charm serving them in place of birth and family. Their inborn finesse, their instinctive elegance, their suppleness of wit, are their only aristocracy, making some daughters of the people the equal of great ladies." - Author: Guy de Maupassant

Quotes About Spirituality And Life

"My interest in Sufism began when I was a college student. At the time, I was a rebellious young woman who liked to wrap several shawls of ‘-isms around her shoulders: I was a leftist, feminist, nihilist, environmentalist, anarcho-pacifist…I wasnt interested in any religion and the difference between ‘religiosity and ‘spirituality was lost to me. Having spent some time of my childhood with a loving grandmother with many superstitions and beliefs, I had a sense the world was not composed of solely material things and there was more to life than I could see. But the truth is, I wasnt interested in understanding the world. I only wanted to change it." - Author: Elif Shafak

Quotes About Dream Becoming Reality

"The survivors ran through the fields, escapingFrom themselves, knowing they wouldnt returnFor a hundred years. Before them were spreadThose quicksands where a tree changes into nothing,Into an anti-tree, where no borderlineSeparates a shape from a shape, and where,Amid thunder, the golden house of isCollapses, and the word becoming ascends." - Author: Czesław Miłosz

Quotes About London Underground

"When he had first arrived, he had found London huge, odd, fundamentally incomprehensible, with only the Tube map, that elegant multicolored topographical display of underground railway lines and stations, giving it any semblance of order. Gradually he realized that the Tube map was a handy fiction that made life easier but bore no resemblance to the reality of the shape of the city above. It was like belonging to a political party, he thought once, proudly, and then, having tried to explain the resemblance between the Tube map and politics, at a party, to a cluster of bewildered strangers, he had decided in the future to leave political comment to others." - Author: Neil Gaiman