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Young Jeezy Quotes

"I just think a hustlers ambition is that I never stop. I start off hustling and said Ill never stop hustling. An ambitious hustler is the one to hustle the hustlers. When I grew up, my heroes were hustlers. Now Im their hero."

Kim Coates Quotes

"I barely leave my cage, my house."

Alexis Carrel Quotes

"Like hatred, jealousy is forbidden by the laws of life because it is essentially destructive."

Simon Winchester Quotes

"All of those broken bones in northern Japan, all of those broken lives and those broken homes prompt us to remember what in calmer times we are invariably minded to forget: the most stern and chilling of mantras, which holds, quite simply, that mankind inhabits this earth subject to geological consent - which can be withdrawn at any time."

Jan Swafford Quotes

"Part of what Brahms and others could never quite get over was that Bruckner the composer of epic symphonies behaved, much of the time, like a nincompoop."

Jarius Raphel Quotes

"If they think first place is the winner, then they dont know a ninja."

David Suzuki Quotes

"The medical literature tells us that the most effective ways to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimers, and many more problems are through healthy diet and exercise. Our bodies have evolved to move, yet we now use the energy in oil instead of muscles to do our work."

Cao Xueqin Quotes

"The cunning waste their pains;The wise men vex their brains;But the simpleton, who seeks no gains,With belly full, he wanders freeAs drifting boat upon the sea."

Frank Delaney Quotes

"...fair is a body pigment, thats all it is."

Persia Woolley Quotes

"Ah well, I suppose thats the problem with trying to make others follow your own beliefs: what starts out as spiritual ardor too often becomes arrogance and bigotry."

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Quotes About Unexpected Things

"He taught me that language was rubbery, plastic. It wasnt, as I thought, something you just use, but something you can play with. Words were made up of little bits that could be shuffled, turned back to front, remixed. They could be tucked and folded into other words to produce unexpected things. It was like cookery, like alchemy. Language hid more than it revealed." - Author: Mal Peet

Quotes About Being Happy With Yourself And Life

"It is proper for people to have friends, friendships without self-interest. Without friends, life is too lonely." - Author: Pramoedya Ananta Toer

Quotes About Little Things That Count

"Its the little things that count, hundreds of em." - Author: Cliff Shaw

Quotes About Balkans

"If you write anything meaningful over there, June, keep it far away from this city. They will turn a story about glue-addicted gypsy children in the Balkans into an animated musical about a tribe of pixie-sized fairy-dust-loving flamenco dancers who live happily ever after with their dancing bears." - Author: Annie Ward

Quotes About Iiwan

"Sonnets To Orpheus, Part Two, XIIWant the change. Be inspired by the flamewhere everything shines as it disappears.The artist, when sketching, loves nothing so muchas the curve of the body as it turns away.What locks itself in sameness has congealed.Is it safer to be gray and numb?What turns hard becomes rigidand is easily shattered.Pour yourself like a fountain.Flow into the knowledge that what you are seekingfinishes often at the start, and, with ending, begins.Every happiness is the child of a separationit did not think it could survive. And Daphne, becoming a laurel,dares you to become the wind." - Author: Rainer Maria Rilke

Quotes About Nasrudin

"Instant Reading. A certain famous Fakir was claiming in the village that he could teach an illiterate person to read by a lightning technique. Nasrudin stepped out of the crowd: Very well, teach me – now. The Fakir touched the Mullas forehead, and said: Now go home immediately and read a book. Half an our later Nasrudin was back in the market-place, clutching a book. The Fakir had gone on his way. Can you read now, Mulla? the people asked him. Yes, I can read – but that is not the point. Where is that charlatan? How can he be a charlatan if he has caused you to read without learning? Because this book, which is authoritative, says: "All Fakirs are frauds"." - Author: Idries Shah

Quotes About Wifely

"He had felt proud and happy then, happy that she was his, proud of her grace and wifely carriage." - Author: James Joyce

Quotes About Uttered

"He didnt hold the door open, instead letting it fly back and knock me in the face."Thanks," I muttered, rubbing my nose."Youre welcome," he said, my sarcasm lost on him as always." - Author: A. Meredith Walters

Quotes About Forgetful

"The mind unlearned in reverence, says Bonaventure (1221–1274), is in danger of becoming so captivated by the spectacle of beings as to be altogether forgetful of being in itself; and our mechanistic approach to the world is nothing but ontological obliviousness translated into a living tradition." - Author: David Bentley Hart

Quotes About Workspace

"Oh!" This was said brightly, as if she was happy he had noticed. "I decided I needed my own workspace, instead of constantly infringing upon yours. So I had a few of the boys move a desk in here."He stared at the petite, feminine, desk that was pushed against his. And wondered how the bloody hell she had managed to convince men who were terrified of him to move the desk inside his domain."Absolutely not."***Two hours later, he was still scowling as she happily worked on . . . whatever the hell it was she was working on. Across from him. At her desk. How the hell . . .He remembered saying no. He remembered cursing. Threatening her unborn children. Then there was a sort of hazy period of smiles and calm words. Then she had touched the back of his hand with her naked fingers.And now, here he was with . . . her desk . . . pressed to his—surreptitiously watching her scratch her paper, the tip of her tongue poking from the side of her mouth as she worked." - Author: Anne Mallory