[The More We Learn About Life, The Less Plausible Is Any Evolutionary Theory That Relies On Blind, Undirected, Piece-by-piece Change.]

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"Humans are probably the only creatures who know that they will die. They know for certain and yet they keep going. A resilient spirit and a need to survive does not make for cowardice.Salma to Merrick in Simple Conversation"

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"If you have worry, you dont have faith;and if you have faith, you dont have worry."

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"There is no such thing as a Mass Mind. The Mass Audience is made up of individuals, and good advertising is written always from one person to another. When it is aimed at millions it rarely moves anyone."

Robert Bourassa Quotes

"You only need a few people to effect a kidnapping."

Terry McMillan Quotes

"Theyre bored with their boring husbands who are workaholics like my dad. Theyre bored with their boring lives, sick of us kids and all this puberty and rebelling, so they pop pills all day long and shop and watch the soaps, and then when it all starts to fall apart they realize they just want to be happy again, so they go to rehab to clean up their act and then start fresh. Can you relate?"

Beck Quotes

"Two men look out the same prison bars; one sees mud and the other stars."

Philip Morrison Quotes

"My piece in One World or None was the description of the effect of a single atomic bomb on New York City."

Francis Ray Quotes

"do we not love each other enough, or do we love ourselves too much!"

Lawrence Hill Quotes

"Sometimes a deal with the devil is better than no deal at all."

Merrie Haskell Quotes

"I held in the sneeze, though, by thinking of the word cucumber. It always works."

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"In its famous paradox, the equation of money and excrement, psychoanalysis becomes the first science to state what common sense and the poets have long known - that the essence of money is in its absolute worthlessness." - Author: Norman O. Brown

Quotes About Sastra

"Aku terus belajar mengenai sastra. Semakin banyak aku membaca buku, semakin banyak arti lain langit yang terlihat, dan semakin banyak pula arti bumi yang terlihat." - Author: Jung Eun gwol

Quotes About Telecommuting

"California has often led the country, indeed the world, in the technology, consumption, trends, lifestyles, and of course, mass entertainment. It is where the car found its earliest and fullest expression, where suburbs blossomed, where going to gym replaced going to church, where forces that lead so many to assume that direct democracy is the wave of the future - declining political parties, telecommuting, new technology, the internet generation 0 are all most well developed in this vast land." - Author: Fareed Zakaria

Quotes About Companies And Employees

"Large companies are not going to disappear. Multinational companies with tens of thousands of employees are not going to disappear. In fact, many of them are getting larger because they can benefit from economies of scale." - Author: Daniel H. Pink

Quotes About Massacres

"Part of Sykess motive was rooted in religiosity. A devout Catholic, he regarded a return of the ancient tribe of Israel to the Holy Land as a way to correcta nearly two-thousand-year-old wrong. That view had taken on new passion andurgency with the massacres of the Armenians. To Sykes, in that ongoing atrocity, the Ottoman Empire had proven it could never again be trusted to protectits religious minority populations. At wars end, the Christian and Jewish HolyLand of Palestine would be taken from it, and the failure of the Crusades maderight." - Author: Scott Anderson

Quotes About Violent Crime

"The Right thinks that the breakdown of the family is the source of crime and poverty, and this they very insightfully blame on the homosexuals, which would be amusing were it not so tragic. Families and family values are crushed by grinding poverty, which also makes violent crime and drugs attractive alternatives to desperate young men and sends young women into prostitution. Family values are no less corrupted by the corrosive effects of individualism, consumerism, and the accumulation of wealth. Instead of shouting this from the mountain tops, the get-me-to-heaven-and-the-rest-be-damned Christianity the Christian Right preaches is itself a version of selfish spiritual capitalism aimed at netting major and eternal dividends, and it fits hand in glove with American materialism and greed." - Author: John D. Caputo

Quotes About The Beauty Of Yellowstone

"A BOYOut of the noise of tired people working,Harried with thoughts of war and lists of dead,His beauty met me like a fresh wind blowing,Clean boyish beauty and high-held head.Eyes that told secrets, lips that would not tell them,Fearless and shy the young unwearied eyes --Men die by millions now, because God blunders,Yet to have made this boy he must be wise." - Author: Sara Teasdale

Quotes About Levesque

"He smiled down at the baby, and kissed him on the head. "I give you my blessing, Leo. First male great-grandchild! I have a feeling you are special, like Hazel was. You are more than a regular baby, eh? You will carry on for me. You will see her someday. Tell her hello for me.""Bisabuelo," Ezperanza said, a little more insistently. "yes, yes." Sammy chuckled. "El viejo loco rambles on. I am tired, Ezperanza. You are right. But Ill rest soon. Its been a good life. Raise him well, nieta." The scene faded.Leo was standing on the deck of the Argo II, holding Hazels hand. The sun had gone down, and the ship was lit only by bronze lanterns. Hazels eyes were puffy from crying.What theyd seen was too much. The whole ocean heaved under them, and now for the first time Leo felt as if they were totally adrift. "Hello, Hazel Levesque," he said, his voice gravelly." - Author: Rick Riordan

Quotes About After Exams

"The first humans were especially ungrateful. After the birth of the sun and the moon, they asked for stars. After the crops rose from the ground, they asked for beasts to fill the fields. After some time, the god of the ground, weary of their demands, thought it best to destroy them and begin again with humbler beings. So it goes that the god of the sky thought the first humans too clever to waste, and he agreed to keep them in the sky with the promise that they would never again interfere with the ground. --The History of Internment, Chapter 1" - Author: Lauren DeStefano

Quotes About Word Usage

"The pejorative parigüayo, Watchers agree, is a corruption of the English neologism "party watcher." The word came into common usage during the First American Occupation of the DR, which ran from 1916-1924. (You didnt know we were occupied twice in the twentieth century? Dont worry, when you have kids they wont know the U.S. occupied Iraq either.)" - Author: Junot Díaz