[I'm [Paul O'Neill] An Old Guy, And I'm Rich. And There's Nothing They Can Do To Hurt Me.]

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"The return is one of the hardest shots to make when you come back from injury."

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"Cure the symptoms, cure the disease."

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"A husband is whats left of a sweetheart after the nerve has been killed."

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"We know thats the bottom line: if money is made, the powers that be pay attention."

Mickey Hart Quotes

"I hated science in high school. Technology? Engineering? Math? Why would I ever need this? Little did I realize that music was also about science, technology, engineering and mathematics, all rolled into one."

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"Keep showing up. You never know when youll be the miracle in anothers life."

Ray Russell Quotes

"Was this humanity? Was this nobility? Was this the Christian glory that presumed to hold itself above the heathen Turk? To suffer innocents be sacrificed on an altar of corruption, merely that a lofty family be spared discomfiture? Oh, this was tenfold more abominable than the crime itself, that high authority should wink at it!"

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Quotes About Balloons And Death

"After us theyll fly in hot air balloons, coat styles will change, perhaps theyll discover a sixth sense and cultivate it, but life will remain the same, a hard life full of secrets, but happy. And a thousand years from now man will still be sighing, "Oh! Life is so hard!" and will still, like now, be afraid of death and not want to die." - Author: Anton Chekhov

Quotes About Nadja

"Elle me dit son nom, celui quelle sest choisi: « Nadja, parce quen russe cest le commencement du mot espérance, et parce que ce nen nest que le commencement." - Author: André Breton

Quotes About Your Mind

"Luther examined the Great Commandment, "Live the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all yor strength and with all your mind.; and, Love yor neighbor as yourself" (Luke 10:27) Then he asked himself, What is the Great Trangression?" Some answer this question by saying that great sin is murder, adultery, blasphemy, or unbelief. Luther disagreed. He concluded that if the Great Commandment was to live Gid with all the heart, than the Great Transgression was to fail to love God with all the heart. He saw a balance between great obligations and great sins." - Author: R.C. Sproul

Quotes About Our View On Life

"Modern civilization depends on science … James Smithson was well aware that knowledge should not be viewed as existing in isolated parts, but as a whole, each portion of which throws light on all the other, and that the tendency of all is to improve the human mind, and give it new sources of power and enjoyment … narrow minds think nothing of importance but their own favorite pursuit, but liberal views exclude no branch of science or literature, for they all contribute to sweeten, to adorn, and to embellish life … science is the pursuit above all which impresses us with the capacity of man for intellectual and moral progress and awakens the human intellect to aspiration for a higher condition of humanity.[Joseph Henry was the first Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, named after its benefactor, James Smithson.]" - Author: Joseph Henry

Quotes About Deception In Marriage

"Men impose deception on women and punish them for being deceived, force them down to the lowest level and punish them for falling so low, bind them in marriage and then chastise them with menial service for life, or insults, or blows." - Author: Nawal El Saadawi

Quotes About Couples Arguing

"But after dark all that is most satisfactory in French life swims back into the picture—the sprightly tarts, the men arguing with a hundred Voilàs in the cafés, the couples drifting, head to head, toward the satisfactory inexpensiveness of nowhere." - Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald

Quotes About Putting Love Before Work

"Hed once known a man who said that life hinged on the moment, that everything changed in the blink of an eye. Tesseract knew the truth of that as well as anybody. It was in those moments that he struck, after all, snatching peoples lives away. Hed always known that it was only a matter of time before one of those moments worked against him." - Author: Derek Landy

Quotes About Jonas

"They both walked to the center of the room. Jonas put his tunic back on. Goodbye, sir, he said. Thank you for my first day. The old man nodded to him. He looked drained, and a little sad. Sir? Jonas said shyly. Yes? Do you have a question? Its just that I dont know your name. I thought you were The Receiver, but you say that now Im The Receiver. So I dont know what to call you. The man had sat back down in the comfortable upholstered chair. He moved his shoulders around as if to ease away an aching sensation. He seemed terribly weary. Call me The Giver, he told Jonas." - Author: Lois Lowry

Quotes About Dance Performances

"What a horse does under compulsion he does blindly, and his performance is no more beautiful than would be that of a ballet-dancer taught by whip and goad. The performances of horse or man so treated would seem to be displays of clumsy gestures rather than of grace and beauty. What we need is that the horse should of his own accord exhibit his finest airs and paces at set signals." - Author: Temple Grandin

Quotes About Engravings

"Reading is merely a surrogate for thinking for yourself; it means letting someone else direct your thoughts. Many books, moreover, serve merely to show how many ways there are of being wrong, and how far astray you yourself would go if you followed their guidance. You should read only when your own thoughts dry up, which will of course happen frequently enough even to the best heads; but to banish your own thoughts so as to take up a book is a sin against the holy ghost; it is like deserting untrammeled nature to look at a herbarium or engravings of landscapes." - Author: Arthur Schopenhauer