[While The Spirit Of Neighborliness Was Important On The Frontier Because Neighbors Were So Few, It Is Even More Important Now Because Neighbors Are So Many]

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"Its better to travel well than to arrive"

Emma Chase Quotes

"And no girl wants to be called by the wrong name when shes on her knees giving you head in the mens room. So, just to be safe, I went with baby."

Tom Butler Bowdon Quotes

"Most of us cherish freedom, but when we actually get the opportunity to make our own way it can be terrifying."

Bruce Van Horn Quotes

"As you improve yourself, those around you benefit and are, themselves, improved!"

Laura Benet Quotes

"If the sum of living be loves fee,Tremble. You are my one eternity."

Jonathan Stroud Quotes

"Manche behaupten ja, der Heldentot sei etwas Bewundernswertes. Diese Ansicht hat mich nie recht überzeugt. Hauptsächlich darum nicht, weil man beim Heldentod, ganz gleich wie gelassen, stilvoll, ruhig, unerschütterlich, männlich oder trotzig man ihn angeht, irgendwann tot ist, und das ist für meinen Geschmack eine Spur zu entgültig."

Truddi Chase Quotes

"I cherished her individuality, that spark of independence no child should lose to lifes restrictions and parameters."

Elizabeth Barrett Browning Quotes

"And I breathe large at home. I drop my cloak,Unclasp my girdle, loose the band that tiesMy hair...now could I but unloose my soul!We are sepulchred alive in this close world,And want more room."

Philip Shepard Quotes

"If you are divided from your body you are also divided from the body of the world, which then appears to be other than you or separate from you, rather than the living continuum to which you belong."

Parminder Nagra Quotes

"But I think its also hard to get into soccer here. I think purely on a time level on television as well because of the ad breaks. Its something to do with that as well. You cant show a complete soccer match here. Which I kind of find a bit of an odd thing."

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Quotes About Exodus

"Anyhow, the criterion of common sense was never applicable to the history of the human race. Averroës, Kant, Socrates, Newton, Voltaire, could any of them have believed it possible that in the twentieth century the scourge of cities, the poisoner of lungs, the mass murderer and idol of millions would be a metal receptacle on wheels, and that people would actually prefer being crushed to death inside it during frantic weekends exoduses instead of staying, safe and sound, at home?" - Author: Stanisław Lem

Quotes About Kulit

"Kamu tidak akan pernah bisa mengerti seseorang sampai kamu bisa melihat sesuatu dari sudut pandangnya, merasuki tubuh dibalik kulitnya dan menjalani kehidupan dengan cara pandang nya" - Author: Harper Lee

Quotes About I Am Different

"I have never distinguished readily between thinking and dreaming. I know my life would be much different if I could ever say, This I have learned from my senses, while that I have merely imagined." - Author: Marilynne Robinson

Quotes About Not Being Pessimistic

"I tend to be one of those people who takes great pride in calling it like I see it. I say things like, "Im not being grumpy or negative or pessimistic. Im just keeping it real." "Im not complaining. Im just calling it like I see it." But people armed with a spirit of gratitude know that often it is what you call it. So what if, instead of calling it like we see it, we began to call it like God says it?" - Author: Steven Furtick

Quotes About Rise And Shine

"Rise and shine, you horny little humpers!" - Author: Harper Sloan

Quotes About Being Dumped By A Boyfriend

"Now faith is being sure of what we believe in and certain of what we do not see. (Heb. 11:1)" - Author: Anonymous

Quotes About Iva

"Lo sguardo delle donne assomiglia a certi congegni tranquilli in apparenza ma formidabili.Vi si passa vicino tutti i giorni pacificamente e impunemente, senza dubitare di nulla. Viene il momento in cui ci si dimentica anche che quella cosa è là. Si va, si viene, si sogna, si parla, si ride. A un tratto ci si sente presi! E finita. Il congegno vi ha preso, lo sguardo vi ha catturato.Vi ha preso, non importa dove, né come, per una parte qualsiasi del vostro pensiero, per una distrazione. Un concatenamento di forze misteriose si impadronisce di voi. Vi dibattete invano. Non ci sono più soccorsi umani possibili. Cadete di ingranaggio in ingranaggio, di angoscia in angoscia, di tortura in tortura, voi, il vostro spirito, le vostre fortune, il vostro avvenire, lanima vostra; e, a seconda che siate in potere di una creatura cattiva o di un nobile cuore, non uscirete da quella spaventosa macchina che sfigurato dalla vergogna o trasfigurato dalla passione." - Author: Victor Hugo

Quotes About Those Who Have Served

"I was merely making more perceptible that binary rhythm which love adopts in all those who have too little confidence in themselves to believe that a woman can ever fall in love with them, and also that they themselves can genuinely fall in love with her. They know themselves well enough to have observed that in the presence of the most divergent types of woman they felt the same hopes, the same agonies, invented the same romances, uttered the same words, and to have realised therefore that their feelings, their actions, bear no close and necessary relation to the woman they love, but pass to one side of her, splash her, encircle her, like the incoming tide breaking against the rocks, and their sense of their own instability increases still further their misgivings that this woman, by whom they so long to be loved, does not love them." - Author: Marcel Proust

Quotes About Loved Ones Death

"Our society has tried to make death invisible, thinking that if we ignore it long enough it will go away. Often we as family and loved ones are so afraid of death that even mentioning the word to terminal patients is taboo. We think the dying are oblivious to what is happening to them. Sadly, a dying person frequently feels afraid to bring it up him or herself. When I enter a hospital room I often hear a sigh of relief. At last, someone is here to help the family come to terms with what is playing out before them. Death has too long been the elephant in the living room, while everyone awkwardly discusses the weather." - Author: Megory Anderson

Quotes About Complementary Colors

"However, this sceptic had one fanaticism. This fanaticism was neither a dogma, nor an idea, nor an art, nor a science; it was a man: Enjolras. Grantaire admired, loved, and venerated Enjolras. To whom did this anarchical scoffer unite himself in this phalanx of absolute minds? To the most absolute. In what manner had Enjolras subjugated him? By his ideas? No. By his character. A phenomenon which is often observable. A sceptic who adheres to a believer is as simple as the law of complementary colors. That which we lack attracts us. No one loves the light like the blind man. The dwarf adores the drum-major. The toad always has his eyes fixed on heaven. Why? In order to watch the bird in its flight. Grantaire, in whom writhed doubt, loved to watch faith soar in Enjolras. He had need of Enjolras. That chaste, healthy, firm, upright, hard, candid nature charmed him, without his being clearly aware of it, and without the idea of explaining it to himself having occurred to him." - Author: Victor Hugo