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Being Clutch Sayings By Chris Bauer: I love being a clutch member of the team, but I hope, in the future, I love being a clutch member of the team, but I hope, in the future, I get a little bit more story on my shoulders and a little bit more responsibility to keep the world of a story up in the air. I really, really welcome that challenge. — Chris Bauer
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Being Clutch Sayings By Bill Whittle: There was a time when intellectual meant someone who uses reason and intellect. Today, people There was a time when intellectual meant someone who uses reason and intellect. Today, people who call themselves intellectuals are in a form of mental death spiral: they search for, and find, those index cards that support their world view, and clutch little red books like rosaries in the face of all external evidence. They are ruled by appeals to authority. Their self-image and sense of emotional well-being trumps any and all objective evidence to the contrary. — Bill Whittle
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Being Clutch Sayings By Justine Picardie: He said it felt like walking into another century, being there, looking up at the He said it felt like walking into another century, being there, looking up at the mullion windows, all darkened now, and the castellated towers that rose up out of the clutch of the ivy. "And you," he said, "you look like the heroine of a nineteenth-century novel, with your beautifully serious face and your grave, grey eyes. So do you have a suitably romantic story to tell? — Justine Picardie
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Being Clutch Sayings By Marquis De Sade: Those who are unhappyclutch at shadows, and togive themselves an enjoymentthat truth refuses them, theyartfully Those who are unhappy
clutch at shadows, and to
give themselves an enjoyment
that truth refuses them, they
artfully bring into being all
sorts of illusions. — Marquis De Sade
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Being Clutch Sayings By Ellen Hopkins: Crank, You See isn't any ordinary monster. It's like a giant octopus, weaving its tentacles Crank, You See isn't any ordinary monster. It's like a giant octopus, weaving its tentacles not just around you, but through you, squeezing not hard enough to kill you, but enough to keep you from reeling until you try to get away. Try, and you hunger for it grasping clutch, the way its tendrils prop you up, your need intensifying exponentially every minute you refuse to admit its being (p.469) — Ellen Hopkins
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Being Clutch Sayings By Anne Morrow Lindbergh: A good relationship has a pattern like a dance and is built on some of A good relationship has a pattern like a dance and is built on some of the same rules. The partners
do not need to hold on tightly, because they move confidently in the same pattern, intricate but gay
and swift and free, like a country dance of Mozart's. To touch heavily would be to arrest the pattern
and freeze the movement, to check the endlessly changing beauty of its unfolding. There is no place
here for the possessive clutch, the clinging arm, the heavy hand; only the barest touch in passing. Now
arm in arm, now face to face, now back to back - it does not matter which. Because they know they
are partners moving to the same rhythm, creating a pattern together, and being invisibly nourished by
it. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Being Clutch Sayings By Lucy Prebble: Feeling intimidated is a good sign. Writing from a place of safety produces stuff that Feeling intimidated is a good sign. Writing from a place of safety produces stuff that is at best dull and at worst dishonest. — Lucy Prebble
Being Clutch Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: Vengeance is a way of clinging to what we have lost. A wedge in the Vengeance is a way of clinging to what we have lost. A wedge in the Last Door, and through the crack we can still glimpse the faces of the dead. We strain towards it with all our being, break every rule to have it, but when we clutch it, there is nothing there. Only grief. — Joe Abercrombie
Being Clutch Sayings By Kate Winslet: I think groundedness is definitely something I grew up with. I think groundedness is definitely something I grew up with. — Kate Winslet
Being Clutch Sayings By Zlatan Ibrahimovic: People trash talk me. People trash talk me. — Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Being Clutch Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: When people pass on we must choose how to remember them. While our loved ones When people pass on we must choose how to remember them. While our loved ones sleep for eternity we must carry on with our daily toil. We can elect to harbor adoration and love in our precious memories or cling to animosity and detestation. We can kindly remember our ancestors or continue to feel embedded enmity towards people who no longer walk this earth. Regardless the human frailties of the recently departed, it seems that we should aspire to clutch the best part of our ancestors being fast to our hearts. A book encapsulating a departed person's life has many pages; we must choose which chapters to treasure and what chapters to disregard or downplay. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Being Clutch Sayings By Mary Woronov: When she sat, she crossed her hands and ankles perfectly. Yes, yes, everything was in When she sat, she crossed her hands and ankles perfectly. Yes, yes, everything was in the classroom. We chatted, bonded, as Brandy flopped around on the silver concrete floor with the silver hook still in her bloody mouth. Both of us were excited. Celinas tried to climb in her purse, which was filled with dirty broken makeup, the true sign of a queen. I was thrilled she had let me look, even slip my hand into it for a moment. I let her huddle near me, but when she tried to clutch my hand I had to recoil. I hated being touched by anything in the human-skin package. — Mary Woronov
Being Clutch Sayings By George MacDonald: His father could not have vanished like a sea-bubble on the sand! To have known His father could not have vanished like a sea-bubble on the sand! To have known a great man - perhaps I do not mean such a man as my reader may be thinking of - is to have some assurance of immortality. One of the best of men said to me once that he did not feel any longing after immortality, but, when he thought of certain persons, he could not for a moment believe they had ceased. He had beheld the lovely, believed therefore in the endless. — George MacDonald
Being Clutch Sayings By Marilynne Robinson: So I decided a little waltzing would be very good, and it was. I plan So I decided a little waltzing would be very good, and it was. I plan to do all my waltzing here in the study. I have thought I might have a book ready at hand to clutch if I began to experience unusual pain, so that would have been a special recommendation from being found in my hands. That seems theatrical, on consideration, and it might have the perverse effective of burdening the book with unpleasant associations. The ones I considered, by the way, were Donne and Herbert and Barth's Epistle to the Romans and Volume II of Calvin's institutes. Which is by no means to slight volume I. — Marilynne Robinson
Being Clutch Sayings By Edith Wharton: But there was something more miserable still - it was the clutch of solitude at But there was something more miserable still - it was the clutch of solitude at her heart, the sense of being swept like a stray uprooted growth down the heedless current of the years. — Edith Wharton
Being Clutch Sayings By Devdutt Pattanaik: Ram, taken by surprise at what was happening, rushed to stop his wife, hold her Ram, taken by surprise at what was happening, rushed to stop his wife, hold her hand and pull her out, but the earth had closed before he could reach her. All that he could clutch were the ends of her hair that turned into blades of grass. Would the pain have been less had she chastised him before she left? Would the pain have been less had they at least spoken before she left? Would the pain have been less had she at least looked at him before she left? But then she was under no obligation. He had liberated her long ago from the burden of being Ram's wife. But he would always be Sita's husband. — Devdutt Pattanaik
Being Clutch Sayings By Laurie Elizabeth Flynn: I roll over on my back and clutch the book against my chest; then I I roll over on my back and clutch the book against my chest; then I chuck it on the carpet. It's too heavy to rest on me, too full of history. Not all of it is bad. Some of the memories make me smile. Some of them make me mad. But more dangerously, some of them make me wonder what my life would be like as a girlfriend, what it would be like to have a regular relationship, with all its ups and downs and awkward moments.
I switch out my lamp and stare at the ceiling in the dark, taking a series of shaky breaths. I know that it's better this way, being the one in control. The one in control calls the shots, and the one in control sets the pace.
Most important of all, the one in control doesn't get hurt. — Laurie Elizabeth Flynn
Being Clutch Sayings By Stephen Batchelor: Letting go of a craving is not rejecting it but allowing it to be itself: Letting go of a craving is not rejecting it but allowing it to be itself: a contingent state of mind that once arisen will pass away. Instead of forcibly freeing ourselves from it, notice how its very nature is to free itself. To let it go is like releasing a snake that you have been clutching in your hand. By identifying with a craving ('I want this," don't want' that"), you tighten the clutch and intensify its resistance. Instead of being a state of mind that you have, it becomes a compulsion that has you. As with understanding anguish, the challenge in letting go of craving is to act before habitual reactions incapacitate us. — Stephen Batchelor
Being Clutch Sayings By Staffan Bertel: Mrs. Georgette Roxby, known by her husband as Georgie, dressed to best show off her Mrs. Georgette Roxby, known by her husband as Georgie, dressed to best show off her ample assets. Being plump everywhere, especially where it mattered, she had acquired the habit of hiding things in her bosom for later use; thus only requiring her to carry around a small clutch to all affairs where she could apply her other nasty habit of smacking her husband in the arm with her purse. — Staffan Bertel
Being Clutch Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: We have no participation in Being, because all human nature is ever midway between being We have no participation in Being, because all human nature is ever midway between being born and dying, giving off only a vague image and shadow of itself, and a weak and uncertain opinion. And if you chance to fix your thoughts on trying to grasp its essence, it would be neither more nor less than if your tried to clutch water. — Michel De Montaigne
Being Clutch Sayings By Elias Canetti: The fear of burglars is not only the fear of being robbed, but also the The fear of burglars is not only the fear of being robbed, but also the fear of a sudden and unexpected clutch out of the darkness. — Elias Canetti
Being Clutch Sayings By Idries Shah: A Sufi school comes into being in order to flourish and disappear, not to leave A Sufi school comes into being in order to flourish and disappear, not to leave traces in mechanical ritual, or anthropologically survivals. — Idries Shah
Being Clutch Sayings By Daniel Keyes: This was the way we loved, until the night became a silent day. And as This was the way we loved, until the night became a silent day. And as I lay there with her I could see how important physical love was, how necessary it was for us to be in each other's arms, giving and taking. The universe was exploding, each particle away from the next, hurtling us into dark and lonely space, eternally tearing us away from each other - child out of the womb, friend away from friend, moving from each other, each through his own pathway toward the goal-box of solitary death.
But this was the counterweight, the act of binding and holding. As when men to keep from being swept overboard in the storm clutch at each other's hands to resist being torn apart, so our bodies fused a link in the human chain that kept us from being swept into nothing. — Daniel Keyes