[Like Nature, Like Life. The Storm Will Pass. The Night Will End. Spring Will Come.]

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Odette Annable Quotes

"I like second chances. Ive given people second chances. You have fall-outs with friends, and forgiveness is a great thing to have. Its not easy to forgive. I definitely dont forget, but I do forgive."

CA Lufburrow Quotes

"I spoke a word in anger To one who was my friend, Like a knife it cut him deeply, A wound that was hard to mend. That word, so thoughtlessly uttered, I would we could both forget, But its echo lives and memory gives The recollection yet. How many hearts are broken, How many friends are lost By some unkind word spoken Before we count the cost! But a word or deed of kindness Will repay a hundredfold. For it echoes again in the hearts of men And carries a joy untold."

Barry Mann Quotes

"You can get stale writing with each other for a while."

Brittany Snow Quotes

"I keep The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch on my shelf to remind me that my prince will love me no matter what I wear. Cheesy!"

T Berry Brazelton Quotes

"Grandparents who want to be truly helpful will do well to keep their mouths shut and their opinions to themselves until these are requested."

Piero Gheddo Quotes

"Why are...poor people more ready to share their goods than rich people? The answer is easy: The poor have little to lose; the rich have more to lose and they are more attached to their possessions. Poverty provides a deeper motivation for understanding your neighbors, welcoming others and attending to those who are suffering. I would go so far as to say that poverty helps you understand what happiness is, what serenity is in life."

Theodore Monod Quotes

"Do we ever have to abandon all hope? Is it not perhaps a good thing that by refusing to give in to the evidence, the dreams that lie half awake in us all may persist?"

Tea Leoni Quotes

"If I swim in the ocean, I have a shark thought. Not a bad one, but just a little one."

Adam Driver Quotes

"If Im not doing something or working on something, I literally just sit in the room and think, which I dont think is productive. I wont go outside for days."

Sunil Vidyarthi Quotes

"O how we call each other namesYou call me schizophrenicI call you GodBut we do agree on oneDeluded are we both."

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Quotes About Aligned

"The rationales for centralized, to-down decision making - control, direction, and compliance - melts away when individuals are tightly aligned with the companys values and goals, accountable for their actions, and self-regulated." - Author: Dov Seidman

Quotes About Spa And Relaxation

"The langour of Youth - how unique and quintessential it is! How quickly, how irrecoverably, lost! The zest, the generous affections, the illusions, the despair, all the traditional attributes of Youth - all save this come and go with us through life...These things are a part of life itself; but languor - the relaxation of yet unwearied sinews, the mind sequestered and self-regarding, the sun standing still in the heavens and the earth throbbing to our own pulse - that belongs to Youth alone and dies with it." - Author: Evelyn Waugh

Quotes About Weird Laughs

"In middle school, my friends decided I was weird, and they didnt like my hair. They ditched me and talked behind my back, which is cool — Im over it. [laughs] One time I called them and said, "Hey, do you want to go to the Berkshire Mall?" They all gave me excuses and said no. So I go to the mall with my mom, and dont you know, we run into all of them. Together. Shopping. My mom could see I was about to cry, so she said, "You know what? Were going to the King of Prussia mall," which was the mecca." - Author: Taylor Swift

Quotes About Living A Stress Free Life

"The person senses what it feels like to be free from inhibitions. At the same time he feels connected and integrated – with his body and, through his body, with his environment. He has a sense of well-being and inner peace. He gains the knowledge that the life of the body resides in its involuntary aspect. […] Unfortunately these beautiful feelings do not always hold up under the stress of daily living in our modern culture. The pace, the pressure and the philosophy of our times are antithetical to life." - Author: Alexander Lowen

Quotes About Grace And Class

"But what made him still more fortunate, as he said himself, was having a daughter of such exceeding beauty, rare intelligence, gracefulness, and virtue, that everyone who knew her and beheld her marvelled at the extraordinary gifts with which heaven and nature had endowed her. As a child she was beautiful, she continued to grow in beauty, and at the age of sixteen she was most lovely. The fame of her beauty began to spread abroad through all the villages around—but why do I say the villages around, merely, when it spread to distant cities, and even made its way into the halls of royalty and reached the ears of people of every class, who came from all sides to see her as if to see something rare and curious, or some wonder-working image?" - Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

Quotes About Incomplete Work

"For the various spiritual forms of the imagination have a natural affinity with certain sensuous forms of art - and to discern the qualities of each art, to intensify as well its limitations as its powers of expression, is one of the aims that culture sets before us. It is not an increased moral sense, an increased moral supervision that your literature needs. Indeed, one should never talk of a moral or an immoral poem - poems are either well written or badly written, that is all. And, indeed, any element of morals or implied reference to a standard of good or evil in art is often a sign of a certain incompleteness of vision, often a note of discord in the harmony of an imaginative creation; for all good work aims at a purely artistic effect. ‘We must be careful, said Goethe, ‘not to be always looking for culture merely in what is obviously moral. Everything that is great promotes civilisation as soon as we are aware of it." - Author: Oscar Wilde

Quotes About Old Musicians

"God is the comic shepherd who gets more of a kick out of that one lost sheep once he finds it again than out of the ninety and nine who had the good sense not to get lost in the first place. God is the eccentric host who, when the country-club crowd all turned out to have other things more important to do that come live it up with him, goes out into the skid rows and soup kitchens and charity wards and brings home a freak show. The man with no legs who sells shoelaces at the corner. The old woman in the moth-eaten fur coat who makes her daily rounds of the garbage cans. The old wino with his pint in a brown paper bag. The pusher, the whore, the village idiot who stands at the blinker light waving his hand as the cars go by. They are seated at the damask-laid table in the great hall. The candles are all lit and the champagne glasses filled. At a sign from the host, the musicians in their gallery strike up "Amazing Grace." - Author: Frederick Buechner

Quotes About Haley

"Apparently she was beyond words so she pushed the card into his hands. He looked down. Blinked. Blinked again before stumbling back into a chair. Did he just wet himself? Ah, who cared? He was holding four tickets to the Yankees vs. Red Sox at Yankee Stadium for this Friday and they were without a doubt the best seats in the stadium.His eyes shifted from Haley to the tickets and back again before he made a split second decision and made a run for it. He didnt make it five feet before his little grasshopper tackled him to the ground and ripped the card from his hands.He spit grass out of his mouth. "Fine. You can come with me I guess," he said, earning a knee to the ribs." - Author: R.L. Mathewson

Quotes About Intensidade

"... a intervenção é um fenómeno historicamente permanente; sempre existiram formas de intervenção na economia por parte do Estado. O que tem variado é a intensidade e as modalidades dessa intervenção." - Author: Amílcar Amorim

Quotes About Louvre

"If I walked down by different streets to the Jardin du Luxembourg in the afternoon I could walk through the gardens and then go to the Musée du Luxembourg where the great paintings were that have now mostly been transferred to the Louvre and the Jeu de Paume. I went there nearly every day for the Cézannes and to see the Manets and the Monets and the other Impressionists that I had first come to know about in the Art Institute at Chicago. I was learning something from the painting of Cézanne that made writing simple true sentences far from enough to make the stories have the dimensions that I was trying to put in them. I was learning very much from him but I was not articulate enough to explain it to anyone. Besides it was a secret. But if the light was gone in the Luxembourg I would walk up through the gardens and stop in at the studio apartment where Gertrude Stein lived at 27 rue de Fleurus." - Author: Ernest Hemingway