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Attending Sayings By Leonard Darwin: My firm conviction is that if wide-spread Eugenic reforms are not adopted during the next My firm conviction is that if wide-spread Eugenic reforms are not adopted during the next hundred years or so, our Western Civilization is inevitably destined to such a slow and gradual decay as that which has been experienced in the past by every great ancient civilization. The size and the importance of the United States throws on you a special responsibility in your endeavours to safeguard the future of our race. Those who are attending your Congress will be aiding in this endeavour, and though you will gain no thanks from your own generation, posterity will, I believe, learn to realize the great dept it owes to all the workers in this field. — Leonard Darwin
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Attending Sayings By Robert Fripp: Now, if King Crimson accepts responsibility for innovating its own tradition, you can't accept responsibility Now, if King Crimson accepts responsibility for innovating its own tradition, you can't accept responsibility for the audience. And there is an enormous tangible weight of expectation, which comes from an audience attending a King Crimson concert. — Robert Fripp
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Attending Sayings By Penny Reid: I liked this about Drew: always to the point when talking about business, but always I liked this about Drew: always to the point when talking about business, but always philosophical when talking about life. Attending his birthday party had been a priority since I met him four years ago — Penny Reid
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Attending Sayings By Melanie Gideon: And no, I am not capable of experiencing the present with the same sort of And no, I am not capable of experiencing the present with the same sort of attention to detail. But once the present becomes the past I seem to have no problem attending to it obsessively. : ) — Melanie Gideon
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Attending Sayings By Daniel Defoe: I should always find, the calamities of life were shared among the upper and lower I should always find, the calamities of life were shared among the upper and lower part of mankind; but that middle station had the fewest disasters, and was not exposed to so many vicissitudes as the higher or lower part of mankind; nay, they were not subjected to so many distempers and uneasinesses either of body or mind, as those were who, by vicious living, luxury, and extravagances on one hand, or by hard labor, want of necessaries, and mean or insufficient diet on the other hand, bring distempers upon themselves by the natural consequences of their way of living; that the middle station of life was calculated for all kind of virtues and all kind of enjoyments; that peace and plenty were the handmaids of a middle fortune; that temperance, moderation, quietness, health, society, all agreeable diversions, and all desirable pleasures, were the blessings attending the middle station of life ... — Daniel Defoe
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Attending Sayings By Gustav Temple And Vic Darkwood: Whether you are attending someone else's or holding your own dinner party, your main objective Whether you are attending someone else's or holding your own dinner party, your main objective should be to lead guests away from the usual road of predictable behaviour and tedious conversation, and towards a shared voyage of epicurean delight.
In much the same way as caged animals in zoos are kept mentally healthy by being set mealtime tasks by their keepers, dinner guests will find their repast far more satisfying if it is presented as a challenge and an opportunity for self-expression. For example, instead of the dry old formula of a plate flanked by serried ranks of knives, forks and spoons, today's modern host should show a little more ingenuity when selecting eating utensils. The novelty of using a Black & Decker two-speed drill to sheer flakes of the roast beef or a 15-inch spanner to negotiate the foie gras, will firmly place your party in the minds of your guests as a night to remember. — Gustav Temple And Vic Darkwood
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Attending Sayings By Elisabeth Kubler-Ross: We are all so bent and determined to get what we want, we miss the We are all so bent and determined to get what we want, we miss the lessons that could be learned from life's experiences. Many of my AIDS patients discovered that the last year of their lives was by far their best. Many have said they wouldn't have traded the rich quality of that last year of life for a healthier body. Sadly, it is only when tragedy strikes that most of us begin attending to the deeper aspects of life. It is only then that we attempt to go beyond surface concerns-what we look like, how much money we make, and so forth-to discover what's really important. — Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
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Attending Sayings By Gina Greenlee: Until that rainy Sunday at the movies 31 years ago, for me, companionship had been Until that rainy Sunday at the movies 31 years ago, for me, companionship had been a mandate for life's good times. After Orca, it became a choice. My trip to the theater helped me to distinguish between loneliness (experienced by default), and solitude (choosing when and how to enjoy my own company), as I began a journey of engaging the world on my own terms. Over the years, that journey deepened as I traveled life's roads with increasing independence and confidence, whether I was attending graduate school at night while working during the day, buying my first house or changing careers. — Gina Greenlee
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Attending Sayings By Jennifer Coburn: Visiting Florence was like attending a surprise party every day. Visiting Florence was like attending a surprise party every day. — Jennifer Coburn
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Attending Sayings By Harvey MacKay: Don't equate activity with efficiency. You are paying your key people to see the big Don't equate activity with efficiency. You are paying your key people to see the big picture. Don't let them get bogged down in a lot of meaningless meetings and paper shuffling. Announce a Friday afternoon off once in a while. Cancel a Monday morning meeting or two. Tell the cast of characters you'd like them to spend the amount of time normally spent preparing for attending the meeting at their desks, simply thinking about an original idea. — Harvey MacKay
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Attending Sayings By Anandamayi Ma: Wherever God may keep you at any time, from there itself must you undertake the Wherever God may keep you at any time, from there itself must you undertake the pilgrimage to God-realization. In all forms, in action and non-action is He, the One Himself. While attending to your work with your hands, keep yourself bound to Him by sustaining japa, the constant remembrance of Him in your heart and mind. In God's empire, it is forgetfulness of Him that is detrimental. The way to Peace lies in the remembrance of Him and of Him alone. — Anandamayi Ma
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Attending Sayings By Frederick Barthelme: I lay on the bed and shut my eyes, thinking that nobody really likes marriage, I lay on the bed and shut my eyes, thinking that nobody really likes marriage, that it's a flawed arrangement, that people get enthusiastic and jump in for a hundred reasons and then, after the ceremony, after a few years, the whole deal turns into a concert they wouldn't have dreamed of attending. — Frederick Barthelme
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Attending Sayings By Stephanie Ayers: Editing is like attending a ten year reunion with your characters. Editing is like attending a ten year reunion with your characters. — Stephanie Ayers
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Attending Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: As a dad, you are Vice President. You are part of the Executive Branch of As a dad, you are Vice President. You are part of the Executive Branch of the family, but you are the partner with the weaker authority. In your children's eyes, you mostly fulfill a ceremonial role of attending pageants and ordering pizza. I'm never the first choice. My kids don't even mask it, which I respect them for. "Let's see, the crabby guy with the scratchy beard or that warm soft lady that tells us stories for eight hours?" It's not even close. — Jim Gaffigan
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Attending Sayings By William Shakespeare: It is my soul that calls upon my name; How silver-sweet sound lovers' tongues by It is my soul that calls upon my name; How silver-sweet sound lovers' tongues by night, like softest music to attending ears! -Romeo — William Shakespeare
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Attending Sayings By Steven Pinker: Lewis Richardson wrote that his quest to analyze peace with numbers sprang from two prejudices. Lewis Richardson wrote that his quest to analyze peace with numbers sprang from two prejudices. As a Quaker, he believed that "the moral evil in war outweighs the moral good, although the latter is conspicuous." As a scientist, he thought there was too much moralizing about war and not enough knowledge. "For indignation is so easy and satisfying a mood that it is apt to prevent one from attending to any facts that oppose it. If the reader should object that I have abandoned ethics for the false doctrine that 'tout comprendre c'est tout pardonner' [to understand all is to forgive all], I can reply that it is only a temporary suspense of ethical judgment, made because 'beaucoup condamner c'est peu comprendre' [to condemn much is to understand little]." (p. 200) — Steven Pinker
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Attending Sayings By Leon F. Litwack: By contrast, a schoolteacher in North Carolina recounted the story of a sick black woman By contrast, a schoolteacher in North Carolina recounted the story of a sick black woman preparing for death. She gave the teacher her will, plans for a funeral and a grave, and insurance policies, requesting that she look after them. When the teacher asked her if she wanted to see her husband, who had deserted her, she replied, "No, and if you ever hear from him, tell him I don't leave him even a good wish." She then displayed an envelope, containing what she called her most prized possession, and handed it to the teacher for safekeeping. "When I am gone, no one will care about this envelope. Will you promise to keep it, so I will know I am not all gone so soon?" The envelope contained college credits she had accumulated after attending night school while working all day. 2 — Leon F. Litwack
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Attending Sayings By David Foster Wallace: It is also lonely on a level that cannot be conveyed ... If a person It is also lonely on a level that cannot be conveyed ... If a person in physical pain has a hard time attending to anything except that pain, a clinically depressed person cannot even perceive any other person or thing as independent of the universal pain that is digesting her cell by cell. — David Foster Wallace
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Attending Sayings By Penny Reid: Attending to injustice, no matter how small, is always a worthy cause. Attending to injustice, no matter how small, is always a worthy cause. — Penny Reid
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Attending Sayings By Amanda Ripley: In most countries, attending some kind of early childhood program (i.e., preschool or prekindergarten) led In most countries, attending some kind of early childhood program (i.e., preschool or prekindergarten) led to real and lasting benefits. On average, kids who did so for more than a year scored much higher in math by age fifteen (more than a year ahead of other students). But in the United States, kids' economic backgrounds overwhelmed this advantage. The quality of the early childhood program seemed to matter more than the quantity. — Amanda Ripley
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Attending Sayings By Gene O'Neil: The years move forward and everyone is attending to their life's priorities, focusing on how The years move forward and everyone is attending to their life's priorities, focusing on how to be happy, make a living, raise a family. The years turn into decades and sooner or later, (hopefully later) sickness or accidents happen and all are again confronted with the big questions: Why? What's next? What has this life that I've lived been about? As one begins to consider their own eventual departure: What have I been able to do to make things a little better? What have I passed along to make others' lives more beautiful? — Gene O'Neil
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Attending Sayings By Ellen Muth: First, I used some of my own experiences and observations from attending a public high First, I used some of my own experiences and observations from attending a public high school. Secondly, I joined in some Internet chat rooms for gays and lesbians. — Ellen Muth
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Attending Sayings By Sam Harris: Few concepts have offered greater scope for human cruelty than the idea of an immortal Few concepts have offered greater scope for human cruelty than the idea of an immortal soul that stands independent of all material influences, ranging from genes to economic systems. Within a religious framework, a belief in free will supports the notion of sin - which seems to justify not only harsh punishment in this life but eternal punishment in the next. And yet, ironically, one of the fears attending our progress in science is that a more complete understanding of ourselves will dehumanize us. Viewing — Sam Harris
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Attending Sayings By Twyla Tharp: Dance should not just divide people into audience and performers. Everyone should be a participant, Dance should not just divide people into audience and performers. Everyone should be a participant, whether going to classes or attending special events or rehearsals. — Twyla Tharp
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Attending Sayings By John Piper: O, how easy it is to do religious things if other people are watching! Preaching, O, how easy it is to do religious things if other people are watching! Preaching, praying, attending church, reading the bible, acts of kindness and charity-they all take on a certain pleasantness of the ego if we know that others will find out about them and think well of us. It is a deadly addiction for esteem that we have. — John Piper
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Attending Sayings By Daniel Coyle: Deep practice feels a bit like exploring a dark and unfamiliar room. You start slowly, Deep practice feels a bit like exploring a dark and unfamiliar room. You start slowly, you bump into furniture, stop, think, and start again. Slowly, and a little painfully, you explore the space over and over, attending to errors, extending your reach into the room a bit farther each time, building a mental map until you can move through it quickly and intuitively. — Daniel Coyle
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Attending Sayings By Emanuel Celler: As we have seen so clearly demonstrated in Europe, hate breeds hate and the vicious As we have seen so clearly demonstrated in Europe, hate breeds hate and the vicious circle revolves with all its attending madness. — Emanuel Celler
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Attending Sayings By Howard W. Hunter: Let us be a temple-attending people. Attend the temple as frequently as personal circumstances allow. Let us be a temple-attending people. Attend the temple as frequently as personal circumstances allow. Keep a picture of a temple in your home that your children may see it. Teach them about the purposes of the House of the Lord. Have them plan from their earliest years to go there and to remain worthy of that blessing. — Howard W. Hunter
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Attending Sayings By Erin Merryn: My mom called Grandma today and told her we would no longer be attending family My mom called Grandma today and told her we would no longer be attending family parties. My mom told her we have had enough of being blamed for something Brian did and everyone brushing it off like it was no big deal. — Erin Merryn
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Attending Sayings By Michele Perry: I am no longer satisfied with attending or participating in a meeting called revival. I I am no longer satisfied with attending or participating in a meeting called revival. I want to live revival reality and carry His glory into the darkness. Our goal is nothing less than lives and communities transformed from the inside out and turned upside-down by love. That is revival. — Michele Perry
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Attending Sayings By Stephen Cole Kleene: When I got to Princeton I made a point of attending the Philosophy Club and When I got to Princeton I made a point of attending the Philosophy Club and listening to the lectures, but I didn't get involved in any discussions in those clubs. I guess after the first year, I dropped that. — Stephen Cole Kleene
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Attending Sayings By Daniel O'Malley: If Judas Iscariot were alive, and a woman, and attending formal functions, wearing this dress If Judas Iscariot were alive, and a woman, and attending formal functions, wearing this dress would still represent a disproportionate punishment for his sins." "Her — Daniel O'Malley
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Attending Sayings By Alan Hirsch: Building community for its own sake is like attending a cancer support group without having Building community for its own sake is like attending a cancer support group without having cancer. — Alan Hirsch
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Attending Sayings By Florence Nightingale: I would earnestly ask my sisters to keep clear of both the jargons now current I would earnestly ask my sisters to keep clear of both the jargons now current everywhere (for they are equally jargons); of the jargon, namely, about the "rights" of women, which urges women to do all that men do, including the medical and other professions, merely because men do it, and without regard to whether this is the best that women can do; and of the jargon which urges women to do nothing that men do, merely because they are women, and should be "recalled to a sense of their duty as women," and because "this is women's work," and "that is men's," and "these are things which women should not do," which is all assertion and nothing more. Surely woman should bring the best she has, whatever that is, to the work of God's world, without attending to either of these cries. — Florence Nightingale
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Attending Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: Women are an eternal subject, which is a lot like being subjected, or subjugated, or Women are an eternal subject, which is a lot like being subjected, or subjugated, or a subject nation, even. There are comparatively few articles about whether men are happy or why their marriages also fail or how nice or not their bodies are, even the movie-star bodies. They are the gender that commits the great majority of crime, particularly violent crime, and they are the majority of suicides as well. American men are falling behind women in attending college, and have fallen farther in the current economic depression than women, which you'd think would make them interesting subjects of inquiry. — Rebecca Solnit
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Attending Sayings By Joseph Heller: Colonel Korn's rule was a stroke of genius, Colonel Korn explained in his report to Colonel Korn's rule was a stroke of genius, Colonel Korn explained in his report to Colonel Cathcart. Under Colonel Korn's rule, the only people permitted to ask questions were those who never did. Soon the only people attending were those who never asked questions, and the sessions were discontinued altogether, since Clevinger, the corporal and Colonel Korn agreed that it was neither possible nor necessary to educate people who never questioned anything. Colonel — Joseph Heller
Attending Sayings By Laurie Halse Anderson: No wonder the zombies were crazy. They thought they were supposed to practice breeding before No wonder the zombies were crazy. They thought they were supposed to practice breeding before they learned how to do their own laundry. They talked about it, thought about it, maybe did it, all while going through the motions of attending class and learning stuff so that they could go forth and become productive adults. Whatever that was supposed to mean. — Laurie Halse Anderson
Attending Sayings By Paramahansa Yogananda: Births and deaths are inevitable for man only during the state of ignorance in which Births and deaths are inevitable for man only during the state of ignorance in which he thinks he is the body and cannot exist without it. Only the man who will not seek the awakening of wisdom must suffer the nightmares and delusive dreams of births and deaths and the fanciful miseries and limitations attending them. (gt) — Paramahansa Yogananda
Attending Sayings By William Gibson: The heart is a muscle. You 'know' in your limbic system. The seat of instinct. The heart is a muscle. You 'know' in your limbic system. The seat of instinct. The mammalian brain. Deeper, wider, beyond logic. That is where advertising works, not in the upstart cortex. What we think of as 'mind' is only a sort of jumped-up gland, piggybacking on the reptilian brainstem and the older, mammalian mind, but our culture tricks us into recognizing it as all of consciousness. The mammalian spreads continent-wide beneath it, mute and muscular, attending its ancient agenda. And makes it buy things. — William Gibson
Attending Sayings By Ann Coulter: Liberals don't have to emerge from the hot tub and start attending NASCAR races or Liberals don't have to emerge from the hot tub and start attending NASCAR races or - God forbid - church, but it would be nice if they'd stop lying all the time. — Ann Coulter
Attending Sayings By Lena Dunham: If I had known how much I would miss these sensations I might have experienced If I had known how much I would miss these sensations I might have experienced them differently, recognized their shabby glamour, respected the ticking clock that defined this entire experience. I would have put aside my resentment, dropped my defenses. I might have a basic understanding of European history or economics. More abstractly, I might feel I had truly been somewhere, open and porous and hungry to learn. Because being a student was an enviable identity and one I can only reclaim by attending community college late in life for a bookmaking class or something. — Lena Dunham
Attending Sayings By Jane Austen: She has a fund of good sense and observation which, as a companion, makes her She has a fund of good sense and observation which, as a companion, makes her infinitely superior to thousands of those who having only received 'the best education in the world,' know nothing worth attending to. — Jane Austen
Attending Sayings By Clay Aiken: Faith is not about a building or a lifestyle. You can minister in many ways Faith is not about a building or a lifestyle. You can minister in many ways besides attending services or being a preacher. And I think that that's what I feel most thankful for
that I have the opportunity to minister now, in my own way. — Clay Aiken
Attending Sayings By Jane Austen: Therefore, Sir Walter, what I would take leave to suggest is, that if in consequence Therefore, Sir Walter, what I would take leave to suggest is, that if in consequence of any rumours getting abroad of your intention; which must be contemplated as a possible thing, because we know how difficult it is to keep the actions and designs of one part of the world from the notice and curiosity of the other; consequence has its tax; I, John Shepherd, might conceal any family-matters that I chose, for nobody would think it worth their while to observe me; but Sir Walter Elliot has eyes upon him which it may be very difficult to elude; and therefore, thus much I venture upon, that it will not greatly surprise me if, with all our caution, some rumour of the truth should get abroad; in the supposition of which, as I was going to observe, since applications will unquestionably follow, I should think any from our wealthy naval commanders particularly worth attending to; and beg leave to add, that two hours will bring me over at any time, to save you the trouble of replying. — Jane Austen
Attending Sayings By James Garner: There's one difference between me and them: I know I'm not qualified. In my opinion, There's one difference between me and them: I know I'm not qualified. In my opinion, Arnold Schwarzenegger wasn't qualified to be governor of California. Ronald Reagan wasn't qualified to be governor, let alone president. I was a vice president of the Screen Actors Guild when he was its president. My duties consisted of attending meetings and voting. The only thing I remember is that Ronnie never had an original thought and that we had to tell him what to say. That's no way to run a union, let along a state or a country. — James Garner
Attending Sayings By Flannery O'Connor: Did you see the picture of Roy Rogers's horse attending a church service in Pasadena? Did you see the picture of Roy Rogers's horse attending a church service in Pasadena? I forgot whether his name was Tex or Trigger but he was dressed fit to kill and looked like he was having a good time. He doubled the usual attendance. — Flannery O'Connor
Attending Sayings By Walter Edney: soon as I was old enough, I found myself a holiday job as errand boy soon as I was old enough, I found myself a holiday job as errand boy to earn some money. My first job was probably at the age of 9 or 10, delivering papers before attending school. I remember working for Smith's at the railway station in Bognor. We would arrive about 6:30am, unload the papers from the train when it arrived, take them to the book stall for sorting and each collect our own round in a large newspaper sack. — Walter Edney
Attending Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: When you are offended at anyone's fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. When you are offended at anyone's fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. By attending to them, you will forget your anger and learn to live wisely. — Marcus Aurelius
Attending Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Often I hear people say they do not have time to read. That's absolute nonsense. Often I hear people say they do not have time to read. That's absolute nonsense. If one really wants to learn, one has to decide what is important. Spending an evening on the town? Attending a ball game? Or learning something that can be with you your life long. — Louis L'Amour
Attending Sayings By W.G. Sebald: Where I grew up, in a remote village at the back of a valley, the Where I grew up, in a remote village at the back of a valley, the old still thought the dead needed attending to - a notion so universal, it's enscribed in all religions. If you didn't, they might exact revenge upon the living. — W.G. Sebald
Attending Sayings By David Foster Wallace: All U.S. irony is based on an implicit "I don't really mean what I say." All U.S. irony is based on an implicit "I don't really mean what I say." So what does irony as a cultural norm mean to say? That it's impossible to mean what you say? That maybe it's too bad it's impossible, but wake up and smell the coffee already? Most likely, I think, today's irony ends up saying: "How very banal to ask what I mean." Anyone with the heretical gall to ask an ironist what he actually stands for ends up looking like a hysteric or a prig. And herein lies the oppressiveness of institutionalized irony, the too-successful rebel: the ability to interdict the question without attending to its content is tyranny. It is the new junta, using the very tool that exposed its enemy to insulate itself.
This is why our educated teleholic friends' use of weary cynicism to try to seem superior to TV is so pathetic. — David Foster Wallace
Attending Sayings By Steven Pinker: A coherent text is a designed object: an ordered tree of sections within sections, crisscrossed A coherent text is a designed object: an ordered tree of sections within sections, crisscrossed by arcs that track topics, points, actors, and themes, and held together by connectors that tie one proposition to the next. Like other designed objects, it comes about not by accident but by drafting a blueprint, attending to details, and maintaining a sense of harmony and balance. — Steven Pinker
Attending Sayings By Hillary Clinton: I have been working or attending school full time since I was 13. I have been working or attending school full time since I was 13. — Hillary Clinton
Attending Sayings By James C. Dobson: Perhaps this is why not one of 800 sexologists attending a conference raised a hand Perhaps this is why not one of 800 sexologists attending a conference raised a hand when asked if they would trust a thin rubber sheath to protect them during intercourse with a known HIV-infected person. I don't blame them. They're not crazy, after all. Yet they're perfectly willing to tell your generation that "safe sex" is within reach and you can sleep around with impunity. It is a terrible lie. — James C. Dobson
Attending Sayings By Rick Warren: Many believe it is possible to be a "good Christian" without joining (or even attending) Many believe it is possible to be a "good Christian" without joining (or even attending) a local church, but God would strongly disagree. — Rick Warren
Attending Sayings By J.L. Austin: Let us distinguish between acting intentionally and acting deliberately or on purpose, as far as Let us distinguish between acting intentionally and acting deliberately or on purpose, as far as this can be done by attending to what language can teach us. — J.L. Austin
Attending Sayings By Chanakya: Let not a single day pass without your learning a verse, half a verse, or Let not a single day pass without your learning a verse, half a verse, or a fourth of it, or even one letter of it; nor without attending to charity, study and other pious activity. — Chanakya
Attending Sayings By Yann Martel: Despite attending a nominally Christian school, I had not yet been inside a church - Despite attending a nominally Christian school, I had not yet been inside a church - and I wasn't about to dare the deed now. I knew very little about the religion. It had a reputation for few gods and great violence. But good schools. — Yann Martel
Attending Sayings By Laura Mullen: It's painful, but it's part of the recognition that makes real healing possible, if healing It's painful, but it's part of the recognition that makes real healing possible, if healing is possible (the jury is out on that, that's the usual phrase - should I say the jury is deadlocked?). Staying with the pain, attending to it, being present to and with it - that's the task, because that's the only (as far as I can tell) hope of finding a way forward. — Laura Mullen
Attending Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: We are a temple-building and a temple-attending people. We are a temple-building and a temple-attending people. — Thomas S. Monson
Attending Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: He's a fascinating gentleman. Old-school. I tried to talk him into attending one of my He's a fascinating gentleman. Old-school. I tried to talk him into attending one of my services, but he said he wasn't finished sinning yet, and he'd let me know when he was. — Lisa Kleypas
Attending Sayings By John Rudy: The world is captivated by Hollywood superstars, music artists, and sports personalities. Hollywood is portrayed The world is captivated by Hollywood superstars, music artists, and sports personalities. Hollywood is portrayed as the epitome of beauty and fashion capital of the world. Whatever the actors and actresses are wearing dictate the fashion trends and lifestyle being followed by fans in a global scale.
The said movie and music characters never fail to amuse and amaze us with their clothes, shoes, bags, and hairstyles. The most popular shoes are the high heel booties studded with gems, gold, and anything sparkling in-between.
You certainly wonder how they can perform dance and stage stunts with these booties heels. Women look so attractive donning high heel booties. They get few extra inches in height and look stunning from head to toe.
If you are going for mall shopping or walking long distances, stay away from heeled bootiesas your feet will surely get hurt. However, if you are attending special occasions and corporate functions, heel bootiesis the perfect footwear. — John Rudy
Attending Sayings By Dana Gould: Do people in the Ku Klux Klan who die and come back as ghosts have Do people in the Ku Klux Klan who die and come back as ghosts have to wear two sheets when attending the rally? — Dana Gould
Attending Sayings By Lord Chesterfield: Those who travel heedlessly from place to place, observing only their distance from each other, Those who travel heedlessly from place to place, observing only their distance from each other, and attending only to their accommodation at the inn at night, set out fools, and will certainly return so — Lord Chesterfield
Attending Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Tsukuru visited railroad stations like other people enjoy attending concerts, watching movies, dancing in clubs, Tsukuru visited railroad stations like other people enjoy attending concerts, watching movies, dancing in clubs, watching sports, and window shopping. When he was at loose ends, with nothing to do, he headed to a station. — Haruki Murakami
Attending Sayings By William James: A genius is the man in whom you are least likely to find the power A genius is the man in whom you are least likely to find the power of attending to anything insipid or distasteful in itself. He breaks his engagements, leaves his letters unanswered, neglects his family duties incorrigibly, because he is powerless to turn his attention down and back from those more interesting trains of imagery with which his genius constantly occupies his mind. — William James
Attending Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: A fearful instance of the ill consequences attending upon irascibility - alive, with the qualifications A fearful instance of the ill consequences attending upon irascibility - alive, with the qualifications of the dead - dead, with the propensities of the living - an anomaly on the face of the earth - being very calm, yet breathless. — Edgar Allan Poe
Attending Sayings By Ben Midland: To close a fellow human being in your heart compels more respect than attending 1000 To close a fellow human being in your heart compels more respect than attending 1000 Christmas Masses. — Ben Midland
Attending Sayings By Ryan Holiday: While you're sleeping, traveling, attending meetings, or messing around online, the same thing is happening While you're sleeping, traveling, attending meetings, or messing around online, the same thing is happening to you. You're going soft. You're not aggressive enough. You're not pressing ahead. — Ryan Holiday
Attending Sayings By Anonymous: A song that touched us? Whether attending a concert, listening to the radio, or singing A song that touched us? Whether attending a concert, listening to the radio, or singing in the shower, there's something about music that can fill us with emotion, from joy to sadness. — Anonymous
Attending Sayings By Chris Colfer: I hate to say I'm a Cinderfella, but I've been watching the Globes since I I hate to say I'm a Cinderfella, but I've been watching the Globes since I was an embryo. I got a Facebook message from an elementary school friend who said, 'I remember you standing up and talking about attending the Golden Globes when we were little.' — Chris Colfer
Attending Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: I wasn't ready for the guilt of being a parent. I was raised Catholic, so I wasn't ready for the guilt of being a parent. I was raised Catholic, so guilt is a familiar friend. Guilt is as much a part of the Catholic culture as is rooting for Notre Dame. I grew up with a "God is watching you, so you better not make him mad" mentality. I felt guilty for feeling good, for feeling bad, and for feeling nothing. Attending Confession was supposed to alleviate some of the guilt, but I always ended up feeling guilty for not telling the priest everything I felt guilty about, so I stopped going to Confession. Then I felt guilty that I stopped going to Confession. That's a lot of guilt. Just when I thought that nothing could top "Catholic Guilt," I became acquainted with "Parental Guilt," which totally puts "Catholic Guilt" to shame. Sorry, Catholic Guilt. Now I feel guilty for shaming you. — Jim Gaffigan
Attending Sayings By Emily Oster: Economists actually disagree about whether there are significant economic returns from attending an elite college Economists actually disagree about whether there are significant economic returns from attending an elite college versus a less-selective one. — Emily Oster
Attending Sayings By Sharon Salzberg: Once, a woman attending a nonresidential metta weekend in New York City was on her Once, a woman attending a nonresidential metta weekend in New York City was on her way back to the retreat site on Saturday morning when a man approached her on the railway platform and asked a question about the train schedule. Even though she was holding a schedule in her hand, her thought was, "He looks really weird! I'd better get rid of him." Her initial claim to have no knowledge of the trains was belied by her clearly visible schedule. She tried a few ploys to have him go away, to no avail. Finally, she randomly pointed to someone else on the platform and said, "You should go ask him." The stranger looked at her uneasily and said, "Oh no! I couldn't ask him - he looks really weird! — Sharon Salzberg
Attending Sayings By Liya Kebede: While I was pregnant, I had dozens of checkups. They covered everything from blood tests While I was pregnant, I had dozens of checkups. They covered everything from blood tests to ultrasounds, and I even had the option of attending birthing classes with my husband. — Liya Kebede
Attending Sayings By Bob McDonnell: The citizens must be certain that the governor is attending to the duties for which The citizens must be certain that the governor is attending to the duties for which he was elected. — Bob McDonnell
Attending Sayings By George Washington: We ought to deprecate the hazard attending ardent and susceptible minds, from being too strongly, We ought to deprecate the hazard attending ardent and susceptible minds, from being too strongly, and too early prepossessed in favor of other political systems, before they are capable of appreciating their own. — George Washington
Attending Sayings By Mary Jo Weaver: Women who work at home rearing children and attending to various household tasks are expected Women who work at home rearing children and attending to various household tasks are expected to provide something that is absolutely essential yet costs nothing, like the air we breathe. — Mary Jo Weaver
Attending Sayings By Al Sharpton: Not graduating high school on time leads to fewer chances of attending college and obtaining Not graduating high school on time leads to fewer chances of attending college and obtaining good paying jobs, and creates instead higher chances of incarceration and unemployment. — Al Sharpton
Attending Sayings By Angela Davis: When children attend schools that place a greater value on discipline and security than on When children attend schools that place a greater value on discipline and security than on knowledge and intellectual development, they are attending prep schools for prison. — Angela Davis
Attending Sayings By John D'Agata: I get emails from students at programs all over the country who want to transfer I get emails from students at programs all over the country who want to transfer to Iowa, and in most cases their frustrations have absolutely nothing to do with the programs they're attending. They have to do with the growing pains that they're undergoing as writers and with the growing pains that our own genre is constantly undergoing. — John D'Agata
Attending Sayings By Dale Fincher: Christians struggle with hypocrisy because of our core confusion about what Christianity means. We tend Christians struggle with hypocrisy because of our core confusion about what Christianity means. We tend to believe that Christianity is more about being good than about following Jesus.5 If we believe this, when we try to share our beliefs with others, we talk more about attending church, praying a sinner's prayer, and becoming a good person than about Jesus. The result is that we become known for morality, not for our love of Jesus. — Dale Fincher
Attending Sayings By Wayne W. Dyer: I don't believe that God is concerned with whether or not we show our love I don't believe that God is concerned with whether or not we show our love by building magnificent edifices for worship, by attending services, or through practicing rules laid down by religious organizations. It seems to me that if God were to speak to us, the message would simply be to love each other and offer reverence rather than enmity toward all of life. — Wayne W. Dyer
Attending Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Attending a snooty party meant wearing shoes designed by sadistic trolls and dressing to compete Attending a snooty party meant wearing shoes designed by sadistic trolls and dressing to compete with women born to make fashion statements.' (Abbie) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Attending Sayings By A.C. Kemp: As distasteful as it is to decline your invitation, I'm afraid that it is preferable As distasteful as it is to decline your invitation, I'm afraid that it is preferable to attending yet another half-assed weekend eating gunky canapes in that cesspool of a shack you call a beach cottage. — A.C. Kemp
Attending Sayings By Karch Kiraly: I still get excited just attending a final four, because the process is so long, I still get excited just attending a final four, because the process is so long, so arduous, so challenging, that when it finally arrives, the adrenaline can't help but take over. I love the sense of accomplishment and camaraderie that the indoor game can engender. — Karch Kiraly
Attending Sayings By Ibn Khaldun: The easiest method of acquiring the habit of scholarship is through acquiring the ability to The easiest method of acquiring the habit of scholarship is through acquiring the ability to express oneself clearly in discussing and disputing scholarly problems. This is what clarifies their import and makes them understandable. Some students spend most of their lives attending scholarly sessions. Still, one finds them silent. They do not talk and do not discuss matters. More than is necessary, they are concerned with memorizing. Thus, they do not obtain much of a habit in the practice of scholarship and scholarly instruction. — Ibn Khaldun
Attending Sayings By Ezra Taft Benson: Young adults enrolled in universities and colleges or other postsecondary training should avail themselves of Young adults enrolled in universities and colleges or other postsecondary training should avail themselves of the opportunity to take institute of religion courses or, if attending a Church school, should take at least one religion course every term. — Ezra Taft Benson
Attending Sayings By Max Ernst: I succeeded in simply attending at the birth of all my works. I succeeded in simply attending at the birth of all my works. — Max Ernst
Attending Sayings By Arianna Huffington: Socrates defines his life's mission as awakening the Athenians to the supreme importance of attending Socrates defines his life's mission as awakening the Athenians to the supreme importance of attending to their souls. His timeless plea that we connect to ourselves remains the only way for any of us to truly thrive. — Arianna Huffington
Attending Sayings By Jon Kabat-Zinn: It's interesting to look at your children as line-in Zen masters who can put their It's interesting to look at your children as line-in Zen masters who can put their finger on places where you're resistant, or thinking narrowly, in ways noone else can. You can either lose your mind and your authenticity in the process of reacting to all that stuff, or you can use it as the perfect opportunity to grow and nourish your children by attending to what is deepest and best in them and in yourself. — Jon Kabat-Zinn
Attending Sayings By Jay Leno: Yesterday Gary Condit spent the whole day attending an agricultural meeting. Boy, that's when you Yesterday Gary Condit spent the whole day attending an agricultural meeting. Boy, that's when you know a congressman's in real trouble: when he spends the whole day actually working. — Jay Leno
Attending Sayings By Tom Brokaw: Washington tends to be full of too many traps. I think reporters there do a Washington tends to be full of too many traps. I think reporters there do a lot of attending news briefings and news conferences expecting to get the real news out of those relatively sterile environments. But you've got to deal with the obscure people as well as the names. — Tom Brokaw
Attending Sayings By Laozi: Weapons are the tools of violence;all decent men detest them.Weapons are the tools of fear;a Weapons are the tools of violence;all decent men detest them.Weapons are the tools of fear;a decent man will avoid themexcept in the direst necessityand, if compelled, will use themonly with the utmost restraint.Peace is his highest value.If the peace has been shattered,how can he be content?His enemies are not demons,but human beings like himself.He doesn't wish them personal harm.Nor does he rejoice in victory.How could he rejoice in victoryand delight in the slaughter of men?He enters a battle gravely,with sorrow and with great compassion,as if he were attending a funeral — Laozi
Attending Sayings By Mhairi McFarlane: She'd guessed it was partly borne of a private education. Now she pictured him on She'd guessed it was partly borne of a private education. Now she pictured him on yachts, as well as attending Hogwarts. — Mhairi McFarlane
Attending Sayings By Anonymous: Isaiah 6 Isaiah's Cleansing and Call It was in the year King Uzziah died* that Isaiah 6 Isaiah's Cleansing and Call It was in the year King Uzziah died* that I saw the Lord. He was sitting on a lofty throne, and the train of his robe filled the Temple. 2 Attending him were mighty seraphim, each having six wings. With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they flew. 3 They were calling out to each other, "Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of Heaven's Armies! The whole earth is filled with his glory!" 4 Their voices shook the Temple to its foundations, and the entire building was filled with smoke. — Anonymous
Attending Sayings By Catherine Bybee: Monica nudged her husband's shoulder. "On-time flights are easier when you're behind the controls." Trent Monica nudged her husband's shoulder. "On-time flights are easier when you're behind the controls." Trent Fairchild and his two brothers owned and operated Fairchild Charters. A private air charter company with a fleet of jets, big and small, not to mention more helicopters than one could count, which was why they were attending the conference of International Emergency Medicine . . . a conference where professionals worked to improve the emergency response to natural disasters all over the world. "Is Glen with you?" Glen was Trent's brother and liaison to the fixed-wing portion of air travel for the sick and injured. — Catherine Bybee
Attending Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: The Christian life is the lifelong practice of attending to the details of congruence - The Christian life is the lifelong practice of attending to the details of congruence - congruence between ends and means, congruence between what we do and the way we do it, congruence between what is written in Scripture and our living out what is written, congruence between a ship and its prow, congruence between preaching and living, congruence between the sermon and what is lived in both preacher and congregation, the congruence of the Word made flesh in Jesus with what is lived in our flesh. — Eugene H. Peterson
Attending Sayings By Spencer W. Kimball: It is a glorious privilege to be attending this, the greatest university in all the It is a glorious privilege to be attending this, the greatest university in all the world ... take a good look and carefully analyze, and when you take the important points and sum them up, you come out with this final thought: Brigham Young University is the greatest university in the world. — Spencer W. Kimball
Attending Sayings By Matt Perman: The way we go about handling our email, making appointments, running meetings, attending classes, and The way we go about handling our email, making appointments, running meetings, attending classes, and running the kids to where they need to go are not distinct from the everyday life of sanctification that God calls us to but are themselves a fundamental part of it. We are to "be wise" in them just as we are to be wise in the things that directly pertain to salvation; indeed, the way we go about them is an expression of our Christlikeness and sanctification. — Matt Perman