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Brian L Weiss Quotes

"Happiness is really rooted in simplicity. The tendency to excessiveness in thought and action diminishes happiness."

Ken Dickson Quotes

"Belief is unprovable, but it is a stepping-stone to truth.Faith is unshakable. It is neither belief nor truth but lights the way between them.Truth is undeniable. It is both the intention and the end of belief, and the reward of faith."

Emilie Barnes Quotes

"Come and share a pot of tea,my home is warm and my friendships free."

David Bowick Quotes

"I was always of themindset that whatever will be, will be. We can only just try to control ourown lives, that because our lives are so hopelessly entangled in thechoices of others, we can never have full control over our destiny or fateor purpose or whatever you want to call it. The choices we make defineus, of course, but so do the choices of everyone around us whether weknow them or not. Instead of contemplating what-if scenarios, I alwaysjust tried to accept things."

Rufus Wainwright Quotes

"Ive developed into quite a swan. Im one of those people that will probably look better and better as I get older until I drop dead of beauty."

Ralph Bakshi Quotes

"All the old great companies were run by guys who knew what an animator meant, and guys who knew how to draw. All the companies today are run by executives."

Miss Mae Quotes

"Its elementary, my dear Winifred."

Thomas Gold Quotes

"In choosing a hypothesis there is no virtue in being timid. I clearly would have been burned at the stake in another age."

Frank Olvera Quotes

"The assumption of no God cannot be proven by science."

Tara Janzen Quotes

"She was in love. In love with the same man shed always been in love with-God save her."

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Quotes About Deceiving Someone

"Those two are trying to hide, Chéri thought. ‘Theyre deceiving someone somewhere. The whole worlds busy deceiving and being deceived. But I . . . He did not finish the sentence, but a repugnance made him jump to his feet, an action that meant, ‘But I am chaste. A faint ray of light, flickering uncertainly over stagnant, hitherto unfeeling regions of his inmost being, was enough to suggest that chastity and loneliness are one and the same misfortune." - Author: Colette

Quotes About Lazarus

"The first effect of the mind growing cultivated is that processes once multiple get to be performed in a single act. Lazarus has called this the progressive condensation of thought. ... Steps really sink from sight. An advanced thinker sees the relations of his topics is such masses and so instantaneously that when he comes to explain to younger minds it is often hard ... Bowditch, who translated and annotated Laplaces Méchanique Céleste, said that whenever his author prefaced a proposition by the words it is evident, he knew that many hours of hard study lay before him." - Author: Bowditch

Quotes About Communication And Success

"Mass communication, radio, and especially television, have attempted, not without success, to annihilate every possibility of solitude and reflection." - Author: Eugenio Montale

Quotes About Dicks

"Ah, men losing the power in their dicks. When they can no longer f___ their women, they f___ the world." - Author: Victor Robert Lee

Quotes About Sad Bulimia

"In yet another paradox, bulimia nervosa serves as both an expression of feelings and a defense against experiencing feelings, particularly shame, anger, loneliness, sadness, envy, and guilt. A person with bulimia nervosa fear, whether consciously or unconsciously, that painful feelings would be unbearable, even annihilating"." - Author: Sheila M. Reindl

Quotes About Erring

"Funny the only two times we use the phrase "seeing someone" are when we are referring to being in a a relationship or getting psychological help." - Author: Deb Caletti

Quotes About Highlands

"Some discussion of the nature and temperament of the fairies is necessary in view of its possible bearing on their origin. J. G. Campbell tells us that in the Highlands of Scotland they were regarded as "the counterparts of mankind, but substantial and unreal, outwardly invisible." They differ from mortals in the possession of magical power, but are strangely dependent in many ways on man. They are generally considered by the folk at large as of a nature between spirits and men. "They are," says Wentz, "a distinct race between our own and that of spirits." - Author: Lewis Spence

Quotes About Grandma Dying

"Grandmaster games are said to begin with novelty, which is the first move of the game that exits the book. It could be the fifth, it could be the thirty-fifth. We think about a chess game as beginning with move one and ending with checkmate. But this is not the case. The games begins when it gets out of book, and it end when it goes into book..And this is why Game 6 [between Garry Kasparov and Deep Blue] didnt count...Tripping and falling into a well on your way to the field of battle is not the same thing as dying in it...Deep Blue is only itself out of book; prior to that it is nothing. Just the ghosts of the game itself." - Author: Brian Christian

Quotes About Adventure From Up

"I had an amusing adventure one day with these birds. I had shot one from a rather high tree in a dark glen in the forest, and entered the thicket where the bird had fallen to secure my booty. It was only wounded, and on my attempting to seize it, set up a loud scream. In an instant, as if by magic, the shady nook seemed alive with these birds, although there was certainly none visible when I entered the jungle. They descended towards me, hopping from bough to bough, some of them swinging on the loops and cables of woody lianas, and all croaking and fluttering their wings like so many furies. If I had had a long stick in my hand I could have knocked several of them over. After killing the wounded one, I began to prepare for obtaining more specimens and punishing the viragos for their boldness; but the screaming of their companion having ceased, they remounted the trees, and before I could reload, every one of them had disappeared." - Author: Henry Bates

Quotes About Copenhagen

"So the old Copenhagen interpretation needs to be generalized, needs to be replaced by something that can be used for the whole universe, and can be used also in cases where there is plenty of individuality and history." - Author: Murray Gell Mann