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Balance And Change Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I remember asking myself one night, while I was curled up in the same old I remember asking myself one night, while I was curled up in the same old corner of my same old couch in tears yet again over the same old repetition of sorrowful thoughts, 'Is there ANYTHING about this scene you can change, Liz?' And all I could think to do was stand up, whle still sobbing, and try to balance on one foot in the middle of the living room. Just to prove that - while I couldn't stop the tears or change my dismal interior dialogue - I was not yet totally out of control: at least I could cry hysterically while balanced on one foot. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Balance And Change Sayings By Julianne Hough: It's more about balance for me. I used to be an all or nothing person. It's more about balance for me. I used to be an all or nothing person. And now I would rather have a lifestyle change - rather than use the word 'diet' - where 90 percent of the time spend my life that way and 10 percent of the time have fun and do what my body feels like it needs or craves. — Julianne Hough
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Balance And Change Sayings By Lisa Wingate: Normal doesn't happen overnight when the world around and between you has always been off-balance. Normal doesn't happen overnight when the world around and between you has always been off-balance. — Lisa Wingate
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Balance And Change Sayings By Nikola Tesla: When I get an idea I start at once building it up in my imagination. When I get an idea I start at once building it up in my imagination. I change the construction, make improvements and operate the device in my mind. It is absolutely immaterial to me whether I run my turbine in my thought or test it in my shop. I even note if it is out of balance. — Nikola Tesla
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Balance And Change Sayings By Ash Parsons: How everyone is struggling for something. Trying to keep the balance. Struggling to find their How everyone is struggling for something. Trying to keep the balance.

Struggling to find their way back. Doing the best they can with what they've been dealt. Staying in place, doing anything to keep from sinking. To keep from rising.

Until something changes. Like a day at school, a friend for lunch, someone standing up for you.

And the choice to feel. Standing before you.

Realizing what part is yours. What you can and can't do. Who you are. Who you are meant to be.

More than the sum of all your broken parts. — Ash Parsons
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Balance And Change Sayings By Peter Drucker: The greatest challenge to organizations is the balance between continuity and change. You need both. The greatest challenge to organizations is the balance between continuity and change. You need both. At different times, the balance is slightly more over here, or slightly more over there, but you need both. And balance is basically the greatest task in leadership. Organizations have to have continuity, and yet if there is not enough new challenge, not enough change, they become empty bureaucracies, awfully fast. — Peter Drucker
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Balance And Change Sayings By Shari Arison: Hopefully I'm a role model for positive change for everyone - not just women. It's Hopefully I'm a role model for positive change for everyone - not just women. It's very important to find balance between men and women. — Shari Arison
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Balance And Change Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: I hope you find true meaning, contentment, and passion in your life. I hope you I hope you find true meaning, contentment, and passion in your life. I hope you navigate the difficult times and come out with greater strength and resolve. I hope you find whatever balance you seek with your eyes wide open. And I hope that you - yes, you - have the ambition to lean in to your career and run the world. Because the world needs you to change it. — Sheryl Sandberg
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Balance And Change Sayings By Donna Tartt: But though I knew just how lucky I was, still it was impossible to feel But though I knew just how lucky I was, still it was impossible to feel happy or even grateful for my good fortune. It was as if I'd suffered a chemical change of the spirit: as if the acid balance of my psyche had shifted and leached the life out of me in aspects impossible to repair, or reverse, like a frond of living coral hardened to bone. — Donna Tartt
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Balance And Change Sayings By Peter Marshall: Above all, we should question the consumer ethic, which uses up non-renewable resources, creates inequality Above all, we should question the consumer ethic, which uses up non-renewable resources, creates inequality and injustice, generates pollution, destroys other species and upsets the balance of nature. The consumer ethic not only defiles the environment by creating undesirable change in the biosphere but also corrupts the mind and body by defining pleasure in terms of ownership and absorption. Waste itself is a human concept; everything in nature is eventually used. If human beings carry on in their present ways, they will one day be recycled along with the dinosaurs. — Peter Marshall
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Balance And Change Sayings By Liz Halliday: I like having the two sports in my life. It is nice to have a I like having the two sports in my life. It is nice to have a change. They are both intense sports, but the balance I have is working for me at the moment and I find they compliment one another. — Liz Halliday
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Balance And Change Sayings By Adel Al-Jubeir: We believe that introducing surface-to-air missiles in Syria is going to change the balance of We believe that introducing surface-to-air missiles in Syria is going to change the balance of power on the ground. It will allow the moderate opposition to be able to neutralize the helicopters and aircraft that are dropping chemicals and have been carpet-bombing them, just like surface-to-air missiles in Afghanistan were able to change the balance of power there. — Adel Al-Jubeir
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Balance And Change Sayings By James E. Faust: There are times when each of us has to have some gumption to take a There are times when each of us has to have some gumption to take a stand as to what we wish to preserve or change in order to maintain our self-respect and not be as "a reed shaken with the wind" (Matt. 11:7) ... We lose much credibility and strength, and we risk being weighed on an uneven balance, when, Don Quixote-like, we go around "tilting windmills". — James E. Faust
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Balance And Change Sayings By Rosemary Gladstar: A MANTRA FOR HOME HEALTH CARE I am my own healer. I have a radiant A MANTRA FOR HOME HEALTH CARE I am my own healer. I have a radiant voice within that guides me. I can make decisions for myself. I can rely on others as needed, but at my discretion. It is my body, my health, my balance, and my responsibility to make right choices for myself. Right choices include working with competent health-care professionals when necessary, allowing friends and family to help as needed, and, above all, being true to my beliefs, with the wisdom and willingness to change as part of the path of healing. — Rosemary Gladstar
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Balance And Change Sayings By Judy Rodgers: Tracking how flavors and textures change and then discovering or master-minding the best balance of Tracking how flavors and textures change and then discovering or master-minding the best balance of of flavor is fun. And striking that balance is not a skill reserved for an elect group with extraordinary palates. You need most of all to trust and pay attention to your own palate. Even if it isn't yet your habit to taste as you cook, training yourself to recognize where you need more salt, sweetness, fat, or acidity, or where a dish needs more cooking to concentrate or soften flavors, or improve the texture, is eminently doable. — Judy Rodgers
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Balance And Change Sayings By Kate Millett: Writing is so much more problematic than drawing, full of moral pitfalls, ambiguity, public responsibility. Writing is so much more problematic than drawing, full of moral pitfalls, ambiguity, public responsibility. If you record a day of your life, does the decision to do so change the shape of the day? One of Doris Lessing's days in The Golden Notebook is fifty-four pages long. It's complete; the rest are summaries - the "impression" of a day foisted artfully upon the reader by providing a few details. Fiction is made this way - as lineal perspective gives the illusion of three dimensions in drawing. But does the selection of a day - that you begin by knowing you must remember and observe - really affect it? Do you change the balance, distort the truth? The period itself, its choice and selection, does that not in itself constitute a kind of misconstruction, and the rest follow subconsciously? — Kate Millett
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Balance And Change Sayings By Jenson Button: I keep my weight low, although you need to be able to move your weight I keep my weight low, although you need to be able to move your weight around the race car to change the balance. I'm 6ft and I'm 70kg so I haven't much fat on me. — Jenson Button
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Balance And Change Sayings By Chris Guillebeau: If you're worried about life-work balance, something is probably wrong with your life or your If you're worried about life-work balance, something is probably wrong with your life or your work. Instead of agonizing over balance, get excited and create change. — Chris Guillebeau
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Balance And Change Sayings By Kay Redfield Jamison: During the Renaissance there was a renewed interest in the relationship between genius, melancholia, and During the Renaissance there was a renewed interest in the relationship between genius, melancholia, and madness. A stronger distinction was made between sane melancholies of high achievement and individuals whose insanity prevented them from using their ability. The eighteenth century witnessed a sharp change in attitude; balance and rational thought, rather than "inspiration" and emotional extremes, were seen as the primary components of genius. — Kay Redfield Jamison
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Balance And Change Sayings By M.A. Grant: If Flynn hadn't known his older brother for the addicted, lying sack of shit he If Flynn hadn't known his older brother for the addicted, lying sack of shit he was, he might have believed the pain he saw in that gaze, might have trusted that Connor had finally seen the error of his ways and was going to change his life and step out of their father's shadow. But Connor usually only had an epiphany if it got him laid, increased his bank balance, or severely pissed off Rupert. — M.A. Grant
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Balance And Change Sayings By Libba Bray: No person has ever held all the power. There must be a balance between chaos No person has ever held all the power. There must be a balance between chaos and order, dark and light. With the Temple magic bound to you, the realms are no longer in balance. The power could change you ... and you could change the magic. — Libba Bray
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Balance And Change Sayings By David J. Anderson: Improve performance through process improvements introduced with minimal resistance. Deliver with high quality. Deliver a Improve performance through process improvements introduced with minimal resistance. Deliver with high quality. Deliver a predictable lead time by controlling the quantity of work-in-progress. Give team members a better life through an improved work/life balance. Provide slack in the system by balancing demand against throughput. Provide a simple prioritization mechanism that delays commitment and keeps options open. Provide a transparent scheme for seeing improvement opportunities, thereby enabling change to a more collaborative culture that encourages continuous improvement. Strive for a process that enables predictable results, business agility, good governance, and the development of what the Software Engineering Institute calls a high-maturity organization. — David J. Anderson
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Balance And Change Sayings By Michael Meade: If we want the world to change, the healing of culture and greater balance in If we want the world to change, the healing of culture and greater balance in nature, it has to start inside the human soul. — Michael Meade
Balance And Change Sayings By Albert Einstein: Balance in large measure is knowing the things that can be changed, putting them in Balance in large measure is knowing the things that can be changed, putting them in proper perspective, and recognizing the things that will not change. — Albert Einstein
Balance And Change Sayings By Rick Scarborough: The President must be true to his word. He must keep his faith with the The President must be true to his word. He must keep his faith with the folks who elected him twice. In other words, he must replace Sandra Day O'Connor with a strict constructionist. The president has a God-given opportunity to change the balance on the Supreme Court. On issue after issue - abortion, sodomy, public display of the Ten Commandments - O'Connor has sided with the court's liberal bloc. Time and again, Justice O'Connor and her colleagues have used the Constitution as an excuse to force weird social experiments on the nation. — Rick Scarborough
Balance And Change Sayings By Ziad K. Abdelnour: I strongly believe in the factthat there's still plenty of money and plenty of private I strongly believe in the fact
that there's still plenty of money and plenty of private equity capital
available around the globe. What are in short supply are great entrepreneurs
and great teams. A trading opportunity or a company's biggest
challenge is and has always been the team behind it. There's enormous
change under way in every facet of the world. Some is technology
driven, some is market driven. All that change creates unprecedented
opportunity, but to take full advantage of such opportunities I mostly
focus on the team. The right teams and right people behind those
opportunities always win. There is no secret sauce. Trading and investing
has, in my experience, boiled down to building relationships and
exchanging value. It consists of striking the right balance between
backing and interacting with the right teams with the right business
model at the right time and with the right amount of money. — Ziad K. Abdelnour
Balance And Change Sayings By Rumi: Your hand opens and closes, opens and closes. If it were always a fist or Your hand opens and closes, opens and closes. If it were always a fist or always stretched open, you would be paralysed. Your deepest presence is in every small contracting and expanding, the two as beautifully balanced and coordinated as birds' wings. — Rumi
Balance And Change Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: But you must not change one thing, one pebble, one grain of sand, until you But you must not change one thing, one pebble, one grain of sand, until you know what good and evil will follow on that act. The world is in balance, in Equilibrium. A wizard's power of Changing and Summoning can shake the balance of the world. It is dangerous, that power ... It must follow knowledge, and serve need. — Ursula K. Le Guin
Balance And Change Sayings By Frederick Lenz: You don't force change; you just open yourself to its possibilities and let it work You don't force change; you just open yourself to its possibilities and let it work through you. — Frederick Lenz
Balance And Change Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: And do not change. Do not divert your love from visible things. But go on And do not change. Do not divert your love from visible things. But go on loving what is good, simple and ordinary; animals and things and flowers, and keep the balance true. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Balance And Change Sayings By Leigh Hershkovich: Life is a funny, funny thing. Not the 'ha-ha' kind of funny, but an odd Life is a funny, funny thing. Not the 'ha-ha' kind of funny, but an odd kind of funny. The kind of funny that you know exists, yet you can't place your finger on. You know it's there, and when the funny strikes, you feel it, but you can't categorize it. It's almost a feeling of melancholy, fixed with a tickle in your stomach and an odd loss of balance. This feeling catches you when you least expect it. Sometimes it's better that way, sometimes it may feel like a curse. Regardless, once it passes, you feel different. You may even look different, though not to the naked eye. It may takes days or even months until you recognize the change within yourself, however apparent it may seem. One thing's for sure: Once this funny thing strikes, you will never be the same. — Leigh Hershkovich
Balance And Change Sayings By Anne Giardini: Life is perphas after all simply this thing and then the next. We are all Life is perphas after all simply this thing and then the next. We are all of us improvising. We find a careful balance only to discover that gravity or stasis or love or dismay or illness or some other force suddenly tows us in an unexpected direction. We wake up to find that we have changed abruptly in a way that is perculiar and inexplicable. We are constanly adjusting, making it up, feeling our way forward, figuring out how to be and where to go next. We work it out, how to be happy, but sooner or later comes a change-sometimes something small, sometimes everything at once- and we have to start over again, feeling our way back to a provisional state of contentment. — Anne Giardini
Balance And Change Sayings By Hans Von Storch: We climate researchers can only offer possible scenarios. In other words, things could end up We climate researchers can only offer possible scenarios. In other words, things could end up being completely different. But there are undoubtedly parts of the world that will benefit on balance from climate change. Those areas tend to be in the north, where it has been cold and uncomfortable in the past. But it's considered practically heretical to even raise such issues. — Hans Von Storch
Balance And Change Sayings By Jay Ashton: Think; Of a world without men. Where the sun shines, and the rain falls. Where Think; Of a world without men. Where the sun shines, and the rain falls. Where the grass grows, nibbled by deer in the early morning. Where the unwary deer is pounced on by the wolf. Where the wolf when it dies in turn, is swallowed up by the earth. And where it's body lies the grass grows thicker...There is a balance in the natural world which no other creature can upset. But you, you have that power. Power, endless power: But not the wisdom to know where it will lead. You can reach out your hand and change the world. Change one thing, and that may change another unforeseen, and that another, and another, until the world lies about you in ruins and you stand alone in the desert wind of your shattered dreams... — Jay Ashton
Balance And Change Sayings By Nalini Singh: She was a sentinel for a reason - she was fit, lethal, and well able She was a sentinel for a reason - she was fit, lethal, and well able to take down most men twice her size. Not including Riley. Her teeth bared at the way he'd pinned her - maybe she'd enjoyed it last night, but if the wolf tried to use that to change the balance of power in the sentinel-lieutenant relationship between them, things would get seriously ugly. Her mind filled with images of him blocking her punches, trying not to hurt her. She squelched the tiny tendril of warmth that threatened to rise to the surface — Nalini Singh
Balance And Change Sayings By Daniel Abraham: There is great nobility in ordinary people. The world disappoints us all, and the ways There is great nobility in ordinary people. The world disappoints us all, and the ways we change our own stories to survive that disappointment are beautiful and tragic and hilarious. On balance, I find much more to admire about humanity than to despise. — Daniel Abraham
Balance And Change Sayings By John Gardner: A dragon is a confusion at the heart of things, a law unto himself. He A dragon is a confusion at the heart of things, a law unto himself. He embraces good, evil, and indifference; in his own nature he makes them indivisible and absolute. He knows who he is. Surely you see that... Put it this way. Dragons all love life's finer things- music, art, treasure- the works of the spirit; yet in their personal habits they're foul and bestial- they burn down cathedrals, for instance, and eat maidens- and they see in their whimsical activities no faintest contradiction... Dragons never grow, never change... Believe me, nothing in this world is more despicable than a dragon. They're a walking- or flying- condemnation of all we stand for, all we pray for our children, nay, for ourselves. We struggle to improve ourselves, we tortuously balance on the delicate line between our duties to society and our duties within- our duties to God and our own nature. — John Gardner
Balance And Change Sayings By Leigh Bardugo: She righted herself, her balance returning. Had she really thought the world didn't change? She She righted herself, her balance returning. Had she really thought the world didn't change? She was a fool. The world was made of miracles, unexpected earthquakes, storms that came from nowhere and might reshape a continent. The boy beside her. The future before her. Anything was possible. — Leigh Bardugo
Balance And Change Sayings By Ronald Fisher: The neutral zone of selective advantage in the neighbourhood of zero is thus so narrow The neutral zone of selective advantage in the neighbourhood of zero is thus so narrow that changes in the environment, and in the genetic constitution of species, must cause this zone to be crossed and perhaps recrossed relatively rapidly in the course of evolutionary change, so that many possible gene substitutions may have a fluctuating history of advance and regression before the final balance of selective advantage is determined. — Ronald Fisher
Balance And Change Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: If a book were written all in numbers, it would be true. It would be If a book were written all in numbers, it would be true. It would be just. Nothing said in words ever came out quite even. Things in words got twisted and ran together, instead of staying straight and fitting together. But underneath the words, at the center, like the center of the Square, it all came out even. Everything could change, yet nothing would be lost. If you saw the numbers you could see that, the balance, the pattern. You saw the foundations of the world. And they were solid. — Ursula K. Le Guin
Balance And Change Sayings By Tim O'Brien: There it is, they'd say. Over and over - there it is, my friend, there There it is, they'd say. Over and over - there it is, my friend, there it is
- as if the repetition itself were an act of poise, a balance between crazy
and almost crazy, knowing without going, there it is, which meant be
cool, let it ride, because Oh yeah, man, you can't change what can't be
changed, there it is, there it absolutely and positively and fucking well is. — Tim O'Brien
Balance And Change Sayings By John Dewey: Life itself consists of phases in which the organism falls out of step with the Life itself consists of phases in which the organism falls out of step with the march of surrounding things and then recovers unison with it - either through effort or by some happy chance. And, in a growing life, the recovery is never mere return to a prior state, for it is enriched by the state of disparity and resistance through which it has successfully passed. If the gap between organism and environment is too wide, the creature dies. If its activity is not enhanced by the temporary alienation, it merely subsists. Life grows when a temporary falling out is a transition to a more extensive balance of the energies of the organism with those of the conditions under which it lives. — John Dewey
Balance And Change Sayings By Suze Orman: Rather than saying, 'My checking account is a wreck,' change it to 'I will learn Rather than saying, 'My checking account is a wreck,' change it to 'I will learn how to track my spending and balance my checkbook.' — Suze Orman
Balance And Change Sayings By Ivan Illich: In a society caught up in the race for the better, limits on change are In a society caught up in the race for the better, limits on change are experienced as a threat. The commitments to the better at any cost makes the good impossible at all costs. Failure to renew the bill of goods frustrates the expectation of what is possible, while renewal of the bill of goods intensifies the expectations of unattainable progress. What people have and what they are about to get are equally exasperating to them. Accelerating change has become both addictive and intolerable. At this point the balance among stability, change and tradition has been upset; society has lost both its roots in shared memories and its bearings for innovation. Judgement on precedents has lost its value. — Ivan Illich
Balance And Change Sayings By Dorit Brauer: On the surface, reality may appear the same each day, but in essence, we are On the surface, reality may appear the same each day, but in essence, we are new every moment of our lives. The potential for change and growth is unlimited if we allow ourselves to surrender to the flow. — Dorit Brauer
Balance And Change Sayings By Melanie Shankle: As a new mom, your life changes overnight. Your priorities change, you forget to brush As a new mom, your life changes overnight. Your priorities change, you forget to brush your teeth, you aren't sure how you're ever going to balance all your new responsibilities, and it's overwhelming. Not to mention that your body that used to be almost purely recreational has become much like a dairy cow but not as delicate and petite. — Melanie Shankle
Balance And Change Sayings By Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett: When you're a passenger on an airplane, you are told that in the event of When you're a passenger on an airplane, you are told that in the event of a change in cabin pressure, you should put your mask on first and then assist your children. You can't help them if you are unconscious. A similar principle applies with your day to day health. Mothers tend to put others first. While this is admirable in one sense, it is not a good practice in the long run. You cannot strike a balance between your needs and the needs of your family if you are constantly run down. Stop abusing your body. — Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett
Balance And Change Sayings By S.R. Crawford: You're probably wondering what the heck I mean by "The Pillars of Your Life", right? You're probably wondering what the heck I mean by "The Pillars of Your Life", right? Well this is simple. It's the things that make your life what it is. The things or people that make you, you. There's work, family, your hobby, your art, and your traditions. Except, some of us have wonky pillars. Some of us give one pillar too much to hold, and the others not enough. One's too tall, whilst the others are too small. Therefore we become unstable, and sometimes, everything comes crashing down. — S.R. Crawford
Balance And Change Sayings By Ma Jun: I think its time to change and balance the environment and growth. If we don't I think its time to change and balance the environment and growth. If we don't do that, we're going to suffer a hard landing one day very soon. — Ma Jun
Balance And Change Sayings By Naomi Klein: It seems to me that our problem has a lot less to do with the It seems to me that our problem has a lot less to do with the mechanics of solar power than the politics of human power - specifically whether there can be a shift in who wields it, a shift away from corporations and toward communities, which in turn depends on whether or not the great many people who are getting a rotten deal under our current system can build a determined and diverse enough social force to change the balance of power. — Naomi Klein
Balance And Change Sayings By Matthew McKay: The word dialectic (in dialectical behavior therapy) means to balance and compare two things that The word dialectic (in dialectical behavior therapy) means to balance and compare two things that appear very different or even contradictory. In dialectical behavior therapy, the balance is between change and acceptance (Linehan, 1993a). You need to change the behaviors in your life that are creating more suffering for yourself and others while simultaneously also accepting yourself the way you are. This might sound contradictory, but it's a key part of this treatment. Dialectical behavior therapy depends on acceptance and change, not acceptance or change. — Matthew McKay
Balance And Change Sayings By Kaira Rouda: I'd learned balance is internal; that there really wasn't one set formula for how to I'd learned balance is internal; that there really wasn't one set formula for how to live your life nor how to handle the wife-mother-businesswoman juggling act. Maybe it was just being tuned in to every role and knowing when one or the other needed to be the focus. — Kaira Rouda
Balance And Change Sayings By Madelyn Alt: The views of others reflect not at all upon you unless you allow them to. The views of others reflect not at all upon you unless you allow them to. Their views are colored by their own life experiences: their fears, their loves, their hatreds, their needs, their insecurities. Nothing you can say will ever change their minds. Only they can do that. What better way to show them the error of their ways than to demonstrate to them that the Light that they revere is in every path to spirituality? To lead and instruct by being the best that we can be, always? And that darkness can be found in anyone, in any faith, and that it is not so much to be feared so long as it is in balance with the Light within. Balance is the key. Tolerance is the way. — Madelyn Alt
Balance And Change Sayings By Paul Theroux: The least dignified thing that can happen to a man is to be murdered. If The least dignified thing that can happen to a man is to be murdered. If he dies in his sleep he gets a respectful obituary and perhaps a smiling portrait; it is how we all want to be remembered. But murder is the great exposer: here is the victim in his torn underwear, face down on the floor, unpaid bills on his dresser, a meager shopping list, some loose change, and worst of all the fact that he is alone. Investigation reveals what he did that day - it all matters - his habits are examined, his behavior scrutinized, his trunks rifled, and a balance sheet is drawn up at the hospital giving the contents of his stomach. Dying, the last private act we perform, is made public: the murder victim has no secrets. — Paul Theroux
Balance And Change Sayings By Rhonda Byrne: 'Checks are coming in the mail regularly' ... or change your bank statement to whatever 'Checks are coming in the mail regularly' ... or change your bank statement to whatever balance you want in there ... and get behind the feeling of having it. — Rhonda Byrne
Balance And Change Sayings By Mark Twain: These coins are not very valuable. Jack went out to get a napoleon changed, so These coins are not very valuable. Jack went out to get a napoleon changed, so as to have money suited to the general cheapness of things, and came back and said he had "swamped the bank, had bought eleven quarts of coin, and the head of the firm had gone on the street to negotiate for the balance of the change." I bought nearly half a pint of their money for a shilling myself. I am not proud on account of having so much money, though. I care nothing for wealth. — Mark Twain
Balance And Change Sayings By Sarah Dessen: But as I stood watching her, I realized how truly hard it was,really, to see But as I stood watching her, I realized how truly hard it was,really, to see someone you love change right before your eyes. Not only is it scary, it throws your balance off as well. This was how my mother felt, I realized, over the weeks I worked at Wish, as she began to not recognize me in small ways, day after day. It was no wonder she'd reacted by pulling me closer, frcibly narrowing my world back to fit insider her own. Even now, as I finally saw this as the truth it was, a part of me wishing my mother would stand up straight, take command, be back in control. But all I'd wanted when she was tugging me closer was to be able to prove to her that the changes in me were good ones, ones she'd understand if she only gave them a chance. I had that chance now. While it was scary, I was gong to take it.
~Macy, pgs 351 and 352 — Sarah Dessen
Balance And Change Sayings By Kimberly Giles: Life is not out to get you, even though it feels that way sometimes. You Life is not out to get you, even though it feels that way sometimes. You are totally safe every step of the way (at least you have the option of seeing life that way if you want to). Life is about learning to walk the tightrope, find your balance, and trust God, life and yourself in the process. And you can do this, because there is really nothing to fear. When you get this concept it is going to change everything. — Kimberly Giles
Balance And Change Sayings By Ellen DeGeneres: Life is about balance. The good and the bad. The highs and the lows. The Life is about balance. The good and the bad. The highs and the lows. The thing everyone should realize is that the key to happiness is being happy by yourself and for yourself. Happiness comes from within. You have the power to change your own mindset so that all the negative, horrible thoughts that try to invade your psyche are replaced with happy, positive, wonderful thoughts. — Ellen DeGeneres
Balance And Change Sayings By Michael Crichton: But even more important," he said, "is the way complex systems seem to strike a But even more important," he said, "is the way complex systems seem to strike a balance between the need for order and the imperative to change. Complex systems tend to locate themselves at a place we call 'the edge of chaos.' We imagine the edge of chaos as a place where there is enough innovation to keep a living system vibrant, and enough stability to keep it from collapsing into anarchy. It is a zone of conflict and upheaval, where the old and the new are constantly at war. Finding the balance point must be a delicate matter - if a living system drifts too close, it risks falling over into incoherence and dissolution; but if the system moves too far away from the edge, it becomes rigid, frozen, totalitarian. Both conditions lead to extinction. Too much change is as destructive as too little. Only at the edge of chaos can complex systems flourish." He paused. "And, by implication, extinction is the inevitable result of one or the other strategy - too much change, or too little. — Michael Crichton
Balance And Change Sayings By Fennel Hudson: We are so blinkered by progress, so preoccupied with where we want to go and We are so blinkered by progress, so preoccupied with where we want to go and how fast we can travel, that many of us have lost the ability to simply 'stop'. — Fennel Hudson
Balance And Change Sayings By Elizabeth Kolbert: The retreat of the Arctic sea ice, the warming of the oceans, the rapid shrinking The retreat of the Arctic sea ice, the warming of the oceans, the rapid shrinking of the glaciers, the redistribution of species, the thawing of the permafrost - these are all new phenomena. It is only in the last five or ten years that global warming has finally emerged from the background "noise" of climate variability. And even so, the changes that can be seen lag behind the changes that have been set in motion. The warming that has been observed so far is probably only about half the amount required to bring the planet back into energy balance. This means that even if carbon dioxide were to remain stable at today's levels, temperatures would still continue to rise, glaciers to melt, and weather patterns to change for decades to come. — Elizabeth Kolbert
Balance And Change Sayings By B.K.S. Iyengar: If you can adapt to and balance in a world that is always moving and If you can adapt to and balance in a world that is always moving and unstable, you learn how to become tolerant to the permanence of change and difference. — B.K.S. Iyengar
Balance And Change Sayings By Sigurd F. Olson: If we can change our priorities, achieve balance and understanding in our roles as human If we can change our priorities, achieve balance and understanding in our roles as human beings in a complex world, the coming era can well be that of a richer civilization, not its end. — Sigurd F. Olson
Balance And Change Sayings By Ilchi Lee: Nothing is the universe's great storehouse and power plant. Laws give the universe order and Nothing is the universe's great storehouse and power plant. Laws give the universe order and stability, while possibilities give the universe dynamic creativity and change. Through the balance of these, the universe maintains its eternal dynamic harmony that provides all beings with the environment in which they can realize their potential value. — Ilchi Lee
Balance And Change Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: With every detail imagined, with even envy for the pair's community of misfortune in the With every detail imagined, with even envy for the pair's community of misfortune in the vestibule, Dick felt a change taking place within him. Only the image of a third person, even a vanished one, entering into his relation with Rosemary was needed to throw him off his balance and send through him waves of pain, misery, desire, deception. The vividly pictured hand on Rosemary's cheek, the quicker breath, the white excitement of the event viewed from the outside, the inviolable secret warmth within. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Balance And Change Sayings By Bill Blais: The things I've seen," he continues easily, "have shown me that the only constant is The things I've seen," he continues easily, "have shown me that the only constant is change. Too much power in one place is a fool's errand. Eventually, and inevitably, no matter how good the intentions, or how long the life, power always wins out, and everyone suffers for it. The only true path of rational existence is balance; a constant re-assessment of the burdens of power, if you will. — Bill Blais
Balance And Change Sayings By Jack Ma: Right now there is a prime opportunity for all of us to change the rules Right now there is a prime opportunity for all of us to change the rules of the game through e-commerce and shift the balance in favor of entrepreneurs like you. The Internet levels the playing field and gives everyone - be they big or small - a chance. — Jack Ma
Balance And Change Sayings By Wilbur Ross: The fundamentals are the U.S. is going to end up being a net exporter of The fundamentals are the U.S. is going to end up being a net exporter of natural gas. That's going to be wonderful to help our balance of payments, reduce our dependence on a lot of countries that aren't so crazy about us, and change many, many parts of what goes on here. — Wilbur Ross
Balance And Change Sayings By Sam Brownback: History has shown that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did, in fact, dramatically change the balance History has shown that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg did, in fact, dramatically change the balance of the court in many critical areas, such as abortion, the privacy debate expansion and child pornography. — Sam Brownback
Balance And Change Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I tried so hard to fight the endless sobbing. I remember asking myself one night, I tried so hard to fight the endless sobbing. I remember asking myself one night, while I was curled up in the same old corner of my same old couch in tears yet again over the same old repetition of sorrowful thoughts, "Is there anything about this scene you can change, Liz?" And all I could think to do was stand up, while still sobbing, and try to balance on one foot in the middle of my living room. Just to prove that - while I couldn't stop the tears or change my dismal interior dialogue - I was not yet totally out of control. At least I could cry hysterically while balanced on one foot. Hey, it was a start. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Balance And Change Sayings By David W. Earle: If one looks at a balancing scale putting "fear of change" on one side and If one looks at a balancing scale putting "fear of change" on one side and "status quo" on the other, they are often in balance. Change is hard. We tend to accept our condition and no matter how painful, we will not change until the balancing scale is tipped - only when the discomfort becomes greater than the fear of change does the scale tip. — David W. Earle
Balance And Change Sayings By Pearl Zhu: The organizational fit is the good balance of the fitting attitude and misfit thinking. The organizational fit is the good balance of the fitting attitude and misfit thinking. — Pearl Zhu
Balance And Change Sayings By Brad Feld: Once a quarter, Amy and I go off the grid and totally disconnect. It's totally Once a quarter, Amy and I go off the grid and totally disconnect. It's totally doable and it will change your life. — Brad Feld
Balance And Change Sayings By Michael Robotham: One of the strange things about friendship is that time together isn't cancelled out by One of the strange things about friendship is that time together isn't cancelled out by time apart. One doesn't erase the other or balance it on some invisible scale. You can spend a few hours with someone and they will change your life, or you can spend a lifetime with a person and remain unchanged. — Michael Robotham
Balance And Change Sayings By Johnny B. Truant: Why do we look to everyone else to see what to do? Why don't we Why do we look to everyone else to see what to do? Why don't we understand that they're all as lost and scared as we are? Why do we look at a random consensus, shaped by opinions and powers that drift like dunes, as an absolute truth? If "normal" could change tomorrow, why are we such slaves to it? And where has "normal" gotten us, anyway? We live in a society that can't stop pollution or environmental destruction, that can't raise educational standards, can't stay healthy and non-obese, can't balance a budget, has no sense of fiscal responsibility, is in an economic tailspin, and is rife with crime and murder and violence. Most people in this "normal" society of ours begin sitting still in a room for six to eight hours beginning in childhood. They continue that for twelve years and then begin sitting still in a different room for another forty years, at which point they hope to retire and sit still in a chair in front of the TV until they die. — Johnny B. Truant
Balance And Change Sayings By Daniel Keys Moran: You want to balance the budget in this country? We change the salary structure for You want to balance the budget in this country? We change the salary structure for Congress and the President. Every year they don't balance the budget, we don't pay them. — Daniel Keys Moran
Balance And Change Sayings By Gustav Stresemann: No change in the balance of political parties can alter the general determination that no No change in the balance of political parties can alter the general determination that no class should be excluded from contributing to and sharing responsibility for the state. — Gustav Stresemann
Balance And Change Sayings By Janet O. Hagberg: A crisis can knock us off balance, making us afraid, vulnerable, and ripe for change. A crisis can knock us off balance, making us afraid, vulnerable, and ripe for change. This also happens in our spiritual journey. We have a crisis in our faith that causes us to reconsider. It might frighten us, at least make us vulnerable. If we become bitter or too resistant, we can get very stuck. But if we let the change or crisis touch us, if we live with it and embrace it as difficult as that is, we are more likely to grow and to move eventually to another stage or spiral in our journey [of faith]. When we are most vulnerable, we have the best chance to learn and move along the way. In the midst of pain there is promise. — Janet O. Hagberg
Balance And Change Sayings By P.J. Whittlesea: It seemed that balance was necessary. The old and the new needed to be combined, It seemed that balance was necessary. The old and the new needed to be combined, the traditions adapted. That was the way forward. Without balance change could not occur. — P.J. Whittlesea
Balance And Change Sayings By DJ Khaled: I love my privacy too, but at the end of the day, when it comes I love my privacy too, but at the end of the day, when it comes down to it with my woman, I call her a "special cloth alert." She's a rare breed and I love her and I don't ever want her to change because I think that's the balance of my relationship. — DJ Khaled
Balance And Change Sayings By Taylor Swift: Mom is a planner, an organizer. She's very strong and practical. She's the person that'll Mom is a planner, an organizer. She's very strong and practical. She's the person that'll tell me if I ever start to change my personality. The balance of the two of them created my personality. — Taylor Swift
Balance And Change Sayings By Leigh Phillips: Both the Pollyannas and the Cassandras are wrong, and both stand in the way of Both the Pollyannas and the Cassandras are wrong, and both stand in the way of social justice, the former by condemning us all to catastrophic climate change and the loss of other vital ecosystem services for the sake of profit; the latter by condemning us all to a hair-shirted existence and refusal of further human development due to a romantic, unscientific belief in a static, unchanging balance of nature. — Leigh Phillips
Balance And Change Sayings By Suzy Kassem: We will never know peace in the world without balance. And we will never know We will never know peace in the world without balance. And we will never know balance without justice for all. Yet, justice exists only where there is fairness and equality
when every man and country is treated and viewed equally. My father believes that there is no such thing as justice because all his life he has witnessed the tipping of the scales. We must change this widespread mentality by making equality a reality, not just something we read and hear about on the TV and in literature. — Suzy Kassem
Balance And Change Sayings By Friedrich August Von Hayek: There is perhaps no single factor contributing so much to people's frequent reluctance to let There is perhaps no single factor contributing so much to people's frequent reluctance to let the market work as their inability to conceive how some necessary balance, between demand and supply, between exports and imports, or the like, will be brought about without deliberate control. The conservative feels safe and content only if he is assured that some higher wisdom watches and supervises change, only if he knows that some authority is charged with keeping the change orderly. — Friedrich August Von Hayek