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Being Indefinable Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: I have raised you to respect every human being as singular. And you must extend I have raised you to respect every human being as singular. And you must extend that same respect into the past. Slavery is not an indefinable mass of flesh. It is a particular, specific enslaved woman whose mind is as active as your own, whose range of feelings as vast as your own, who prefers the way the light falls in one particular spot in the woods, who enjoys fishing where the water eddys in the nearby stream, who loves her mother in her own complicated way, thinks her sister talks to loud, has a favorite cousin, a favorite season, who excels at dress making, and knows inside herself that she is as intelligent and capable as anyone.
Slavery is the same woman born in a world that loudly proclaims its love of freedom and describes this world in essential texts. A world in which these same professors hold this woman a slave. Hold her mother a slave, her father a slave, her daughter a slave. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Being Indefinable Sayings By Sylvia Plath: Happy! That is indefinable as far as states of being go. Happy! That is indefinable as far as states of being go. — Sylvia Plath
Being Indefinable Sayings By Charles Grant: Dana?' [asked Garson].She nodded to show him she was listening.'Why does he call you Scully Dana?' [asked Garson].
She nodded to show him she was listening.
'Why does he call you Scully all the time? I mean, you do have a first name.'
'Because he can,' she answered simply, without sarcasm, and didn't bother to explain. Just as it would be hard to explain why Mulder was, without question, the best friend she had. It was more than just being partners, being able to rely on each other when one of them was in danger, or when one of them needed a boost when a case seemed to be going bad; and it was more than simply their contrasting styles, which, perversely to some, complemented each other perfectly.
What it was, she sometimes thought, was an indefinable instinct, a silent signal that let her know that whatever else changed, whatever else happened, Mulder would always be there when he had to be. One way or another. — Charles Grant
Being Indefinable Sayings By Dinah Maria Murlock Craik: I fear, the inevitable conclusion we must all come to is, that in the world I fear, the inevitable conclusion we must all come to is, that in the world happiness is quite indefinable. We can no more grasp it than we can grasp the sun in the sky or the moon in the water. We can feel it interpenetrating our whole being with warmth and strength; we can see it in a pale reflection shining elsewhere; or in its total absence, we, walking in darkness, learn to appreciate what it is by what it is not. — Dinah Maria Murlock Craik
Being Indefinable Sayings By R.J. Ellory: Love, I would later conclude, was all things to all people. Love was the breaking Love, I would later conclude, was all things to all people. Love was the breaking and healing of hearts. Love was misunderstood, love was faith, love was the promise of now that became hope for the future. Love was a rhythm, a resonance, a reverberation. Love was awkward and foolish, it was aggressive and simple and possessed of so many indefinable qualities it could never be conveyed in language. Love was being. The same gravity that relentlessly pulled at me was defied as I rose into something that became everything. — R.J. Ellory
Being Indefinable Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: She walked in somber seclusion, unable to connect with women despite her heart's desire to She walked in somber seclusion, unable to connect with women despite her heart's desire to do so while being shadowed by men who hungered for the indefinable; and while she yearned for friendship, they yearned for something more and what she had been in search of remained removed from her, and the more she erected barriers, the more they crossed them and each time they did, she turned from them and hid. — Donna Lynn Hope
Being Indefinable Sayings By Irvin Kershner: The thing that you learn in directing is that when you're on the floor, no The thing that you learn in directing is that when you're on the floor, no matter how complex the shooting is ... you have to remain absolutely sensitive to every nuance of the behavior of the people around you. Because, ultimately, if you don't keep in mind the overall humanity, then the machine takes over and suddenly all you have are technically fine shots, technically good performances. The story's being told, but something's lacking, something mysterious, indefinable. — Irvin Kershner
Being Indefinable Sayings By R.J. Ellory: Love was the breaking and healing of hearts. Love was the misunderstood. Love was faith; Love was the breaking and healing of hearts. Love was the misunderstood. Love was faith; love was the promise of now that became hope for the future. Love was a rhythm, a resonance, a reverberation. Love was awkward and foolish, it was aggressive and simple, possessed of so many indefinable qualities that it could never be conveyed in language. Love was being. — R.J. Ellory
Being Indefinable Sayings By Thomas Merton: If it is awakened, it communicates a new life to the intelligence in which it If it is awakened, it communicates a new life to the intelligence in which it lives, so that it becomes a living awareness of itself: and this awareness is not so much something that we ourselves have, as something that we are. It is a new and indefinable quality of our living being. — Thomas Merton
Being Indefinable Sayings By Halsey: Being bisexual, being bipolar, being biracial - it's been used to define me, but I Being bisexual, being bipolar, being biracial - it's been used to define me, but I am desperate to be indefinable. — Halsey
Being Indefinable Sayings By Alfred De Vigny: Honour is manly decency. The shame of being found wanting in it means everything to Honour is manly decency. The shame of being found wanting in it means everything to us. Is this, then, the indefinable, the sacred thing? — Alfred De Vigny