[Loneliness Is My Worst Enemy, But In The End He's Usually My Only Real Friend.]

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Quotes About Lion And Sheep

"But unvented - ahh! One un-vents something; one unearths it; one digs it up, one runs it down in whatever recesses of the eternal consciousness it has gone to ground. I very much doubt if anything is really new when one works in the prehistoric medium of wool with needles. The products of science and technology may be new, and some of them are quite horrid, but knitting? In knitting there are ancient possibilities; the earth is enriched with the dust of the millions of knitters who have held wool and needles since the beginning of sheep. Seamless sweaters and one-row buttonholes; knitted hems and phoney seams - it is unthinkable that these have, in mankinds history, remained undiscovered and unknitted. One likes to believe that there is memory in the fingers; memory undeveloped, but still alive." - Author: Elizabeth Zimmermann

Quotes About Pheasant Hunting

"Even his sleep was full of dreams. He dreamt as he had not dreamt since the old days at Three Mile Cross — of hares starting from the long grass; of pheasants rocketing up with long tails streaming, of partridges rising with a whirr from the stubble. He dreamt that he was hunting, that he was chasing some spotted spaniel, who fled, who escaped him. He was in Spain; he was in Wales; he was in Berkshire; he was flying before park-keepers truncheons in Regents Park. Then he opened his eyes. There were no hares, and no partridges; no whips cracking and no black men crying "Span! Span!" There was only Mr. Browning in the armchair talking to Miss Barrett on the sofa." - Author: Virginia Woolf

Quotes About Great Feats

"Some of the worlds greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible." - Author: Doug Larson

Quotes About Pinball

"Each new thing he encountered in life impelled him in a direction that fully convinced him of its rightness, but then the next new thing loomed up and impelled him in the opposite direction, which also felt right. There was no controlling narrative: he seemed to himself a purely reactive pinball in a game whose only object was to stay alive for staying alives sake." - Author: Jonathan Franzen

Quotes About Quotes Phrases About Life

"I studied Finn the way another boy might have studied history, determined to memorize his vocabulary, his movements, his clothes, what he said, what he did, what he thought. What ideas circulated in his head when he looked distracted? What did he dream about?But most of all what I wanted was to see myself through his eyes, to define myself in relation to him, to sift out what was interesting in me (what he must have liked, however insignificant) and distill it into a purer, bolder, more compelling version of myself.The truth is, for that brief period of my life I failed to exist if Finn wasnt looking at me. And so I copied him, strove to exist the way he existed: to stretch, languid and graceful when tired, to move swiftly and with determination when not, to speak rarely and with force, to smile in a way that rewarded the world." - Author: Meg Rosoff

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"Those who seek to satisfy the mind of man by hampering it with ceremonies and music and affecting charity and devotion have lost their original nature." - Author: Zhuangzi

Quotes About Having My Own Back

"What is Required by Paul Allen (fragment)1All elsewhere being World, how many times have I stoodin the bright shadows of a wood,no track or trail leading in, out-as though ground coverrenewed as I went through?I sometimes own the moments where I standalone. Everything else is airand arbitrary firings of neuronswe call memory if they happened,fantasy if they didnt- same pictures.Call it prayer, then,the moments where Im not awareeven of how lovely the moment is-not liking, not disliking-not aware there is a moment until Im back in the worldand remember it- construct itin my mind as having been beautiful.4Im too often bitten by silence.My mother called it dawdling, the ex, brooding. My students call itabsent-minded professor.The kindest students bring me back gently.But I live most when silence,shade, and light like this harvest me,a kind of prayer Im gathered to, not the prayer I clutter with will or words." - Author: Paul Allen

Quotes About Guys Mistreating You

"Cinema explains American society. Its like a Western, with good guys and bad guys, where the weak dont have a place." - Author: Jacques Delors

Quotes About I Love You Sister

"I love your hair!" Marlee gushed. "I wish Id been born with red hair. It makes you look so alive. I hear that people with red hair have bed tempers. Is that true?Despite my rotten day, Marlees manner was so vivacious that my smile grew wider. "I dont think so. I mean, I can have a bad temper at times, but my sister is a redhead, and shes as sweet as can be." - Author: Kiera Cass

Quotes About Chess And Love

"For Love, to which we may now return, has two faces; one white, the other black; two bodies; one smooth, the other hairy. It has two hands, two feet, two tails, two, indeed, of every member and each one is the exact opposite of the other. Yet, so strictly are they joined together that you cannot separate them. In this case, Orlandos love began her flight towards him with her white face turned, and her smooth and lovely body outwards. Nearer and nearer she came wafting before her airs of pure delight. All of a sudden (at the sight of the Archduchess presumably) she wheeled about, turned the other way round; showed herself black, hairy, brutish; and it was Lust the vulture, not Love, the Bird of Paradise that flopped, foully and disgustingly, upon his shoulders. Hence he ran; hence he fetched the footman." - Author: Virginia Woolf