[Sometimes,doing Nothing Is The Best Reaction.]

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Quotes About Someone Who Died

"Listen: you are not yourself, you are crowds of others, you are as leaky a vessel as was ever made, you have spent vast amounts of your life as someone else, as people who died long ago, as people who never lived, as strangers you never met." - Author: Rebecca Solnit

Quotes About Memory Loss

"There are some delightful places in this world which have a sensual charm for the eyes. One loves them with a physical love. We people who are attracted by the countryside cherish fond memories of certain springs, certain woods, certain ponds, certain hills, which have become familiar sights and can touch our hearts like happy events.Sometimes indeed the memory goes back towards a forest glade, or a spot on a river bank or an orchard in blossom, glimpsed only once on a happy day, but preserved in our heart." - Author: Guy de Maupassant

Quotes About Lyrical Death

"Suddenly, as one, all the Greys stop talking and gape at Christian. What? Christian is singing softly to himself at the piano. Silence descends on us all as we strain to hear his soft, lyrical voice. Ive heard him sing before, havent they? He stops, suddenly conscious of the deathly hush thats fallen over the room. Kate glances questioningly at me and I shrug. Christian turns on the stool and frowns, embarrassed to realize hes become the center of attention.Go on, Grace urges softly. Ive never heard you sing, Christian. Ever." - Author: E.L. James

Quotes About 1914

"Consider that in 1800 Western powers claimed 55 percent but actually held approximately 35 percent of the earths surface, and that by 1874 the proportion was 67 percent, a rate of increase of 83,000 square miles per year. By 1914, the annual rate had risen to an astonishing 240,000 square miles [per year], and Europe held a grand total of roughly 85 percent of the earth as colonies, protectorates, dependencies, dominions, and commonwealths. No other associated set of colonies in history was as large, none so totally dominated, none so unequal in power to the Western metropolis." Culture and Imperialism, pg. 8" - Author: Edward W. Said

Quotes About Trickle Down Economics

"Its not trickle down economics. The problem that the president has is that hes rudderless on the economy. I mean, he doesnt quite know what to do. Its a wake-up on Monday and try to figure it out. It takes time to turn a supertanker, so you need to know where you need to go." - Author: John Kasich

Quotes About Jon

"Tate practically raised you from what I hear. You love him, dont you?"Her face closed up. "For all the good it will ever do me, yes," she said softly."He wont have the excuse of pure Lakota blood much longer," he advised."Im not holding out for miracles anymore," she vowed. "Im going to stop wanting what I can never have. From now on, Ill take what I can get from life and be satisfied with it. Tate will have to find his own way.""Thats sour grapes," he observed."You bet it is. What do you want me to do to help?""Its dangerous," he pointed out, hesitating as he considered her youth. "I dont know…""Im a card-carrying archeologist," she reminded him. "Havent you ever watched an Indiana Jones movies? Were all like that," she told him with a wicked grin. "Mild-mannered on the outside and veritable world-tamers inside. I can get a whip and a fedora, too, if you like," she added." - Author: Diana Palmer

Quotes About Molding

"...the leader should reserve to himself the hiring, compensating, motivating, molding, assessing and firing of his chief lieutenants." - Author: Steven B. Sample

Quotes About Parejas

"¿Tú crees que sea pecado comulgar varias veces en un día? Es un abuso, ya sé, pero igual lo emparejas dando más limosna." - Author: Xavier Velasco

Quotes About Acceptance

"Simos said, "Grief work must be shared. In sharing, however, there must be no impatience, censure or boredom with the repetition, because repetition is necessary for catharsis and internalization and eventual unconscious acceptance of the reality of the loss. The bereaved are sensitive to the feelings of others and will not only refrain from revealing feelings to those they consider unequal to the burden of sharing the grief but may even try to comfort the helpers." (97)" - Author: Charles L. Whitfield

Quotes About Pagan Death

"A generous intercourse of charity united the most distant provinces, and the smaller congregations were cheerfully assisted by the alms of their more opulent brethren. Such an institution, which paid less regard to the merit than to the distress of the object, very materially conduced to the progress of Christianity. The Pagans, who were actuated by a sense of humanity, while they derided the doctrines, acknowledged the benevolence of the new sect. The prospect of immediate relief and of future protection allured into its hospitable bosom many of those unhappy persons whom the neglect of the world would have abandonned to the miseries of want, of sickness, and of old age. There is some reason likewise to believe, that great numbers of infants, who, according to the inhuman practice of the times, had been exposed by their parents, were frequently rescued from death, baptised, educated, and maintained by the piety of the Christians, and at the expense of the public treasure." - Author: Edward Gibbon