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18 Believin Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Believin Sayings By Anonymous: Thou shalt not kill a child by abortion, neither shalt thou slay it when born; Thou shalt not kill a child by abortion, neither shalt thou slay it when born; — Anonymous
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Believin Sayings By Karl Marlantes: I choose all over to keep believin'. All along I know Jesus could maybe be I choose all over to keep believin'. All along I know Jesus could maybe be just come fairy tale, and I could be just one big fool. I choose anyway.' He turned away from his inward images and returned to the blackness of the world around him. 'It ain't no easy thing. — Karl Marlantes
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Believin Sayings By Frances Hodgson Burnett: Never thee stop believin' in th' Big Good Thing an' knowin' th' world's full of Never thee stop believin' in th' Big Good Thing an' knowin' th' world's full of it - and call it what tha' likes. Tha' wert singin' to it when I come into t' garden. — Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Believin Sayings By Dee Bradley Baker: I am a geek dad, believe me. I've got my iPad with me; I've got I am a geek dad, believe me. I've got my iPad with me; I've got my iPhone 4; I've got my Xbox. I love technology and I want to feel like I'm living in the future, and these devices help me feel that way. — Dee Bradley Baker
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Believin Sayings By Karl Marlantes: Ever'one here think it easy for me. I be this good little church boy from Ever'one here think it easy for me. I be this good little church boy from Mississippi with my good little church-goin' Mammy, and since I be this stupid country nigger with the big faith, I don't have no troubles. Well, it just don't work that way" ... "I see my friend Williams get ate by a tiger," ... "I see Broyer get his face ripped off by a mine. What you think I do all night, sit around thankin' Sweet Jesus? Raise my palms to sweet heaven and cry hallelujah? You know what I do? You know what I do? I lose my heart." Cortell's throat suddenly tightened, strangling his words. "I lose my heart." ... "I sit there and don't see any hope. Hope gone." Cortell was seeing his dead friends. "Then, the sky turn gray again in the east, and you know what I do? I choose all over to keep believin'. All along I know Jesus could be just some fairy tale, and I could be just this one big fool. I choose anyway." ... "It ain't no easy thing. — Karl Marlantes
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Believin Sayings By Oliver Jackson-Cohen: There are so many sitcoms. So, when you get to be a part of something There are so many sitcoms. So, when you get to be a part of something that feels exciting to you, you just want to be a part of it. — Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Believin Sayings By Philip Yancey: Endurance is not just the ability to bear a hard thing, but to turn it Endurance is not just the ability to bear a hard thing, but to turn it into glory. — Philip Yancey
Believin Sayings By Frances Hardinge: I am content to be hated, and bloody, and outnumbered. For in this sickened world, I am content to be hated, and bloody, and outnumbered. For in this sickened world, it is better to believe in something too fiercely than to believe in nothing."
Words, words, wonderful words. But lies too.
"No, it isn't!" shouted Mosca the Housefly, Quillam Mye's daughter. "Not if what you're believin' isn't blinkin' well True! You shouldn't just go believin' things for no reason, pertickly if you got a sword in your hand! Sacred just means something you're not meant to think about properly, an' you should never stop thinking! Show me something I can kick, and hit with rocks, and set fire to, and leave out in the rain, and think about, and if it's still standing after all that then maybe, just maybe, I'll start to believe in it, but not till then. An' if all we're left with is muck and wickedness and no gods, then we'd better face it and get used to it because it's better than a lie. — Frances Hardinge
Believin Sayings By David Archuleta: You're reaching outAnd no one hears you cryYou're freaking out again'Cause all your fearsRemind you You're reaching out
And no one hears you cry
You're freaking out again
'Cause all your fears
Remind you another dream has come undone
You feel so small and lost like you're the only one
You wanna scream 'cause you're
Desperate
You want somebody, just anybody
To lay their hands on your soul tonight
You want a reason to keep believin'
That someday you're gonna see the light
You're in the dark
There's no one left to call
And sleep's your only friend
Well even sleep
Can't hide you from all those tears
And all the pain and all the days
You wasted pushin' them away
It's your life, it's time you face it — David Archuleta
Believin Sayings By Lisa Kessler: Only I knew the truth - I didn't enjoy killing. It was nothing more than Only I knew the truth - I didn't enjoy killing. It was nothing more than a necessary evil in my world.

My sin was being very good at it. — Lisa Kessler
Believin Sayings By Terry Pratchett: But you ain't part of it, are you?" said Granny conversationally. "You try, but you But you ain't part of it, are you?" said Granny conversationally. "You try, but you always find yourself watchin' yourself watchin' people, eh? Never quite believin' anything? Thinkin' the wrong thoughts? — Terry Pratchett
Believin Sayings By Terry Pratchett: I mean, it's one thing saying you've got the best god, but sayin' it's the I mean, it's one thing saying you've got the best god, but sayin' it's the only real one is a bit of a cheek, in my opinion. I know where I can find at least two any day of the week. And they say everyone starts out bad and only gets good by believin' in Om, which is frankly damn nonsense. — Terry Pratchett
Believin Sayings By George Eliot: An election is coming. Universal peace is declared, and the foxes have a sincere interest An election is coming. Universal peace is declared, and the foxes have a sincere interest in prolonging the lives of the poultry. — George Eliot
Believin Sayings By Diyar Harraz: It was too easy to lie, when you'd practised it a few times. It was It was too easy to lie, when you'd practised it a few times. It was hard the first time, but once it flow from your tongue like the perfect summer breeze, and everybody seemed to believe in it, it became mundane. You'd just have to program it first, copy and paste the same old sentences all over again. — Diyar Harraz
Believin Sayings By Journey: Don't stop believin'. Hold on to the feelin Don't stop believin'. Hold on to the feelin — Journey
Believin Sayings By Tim Finn: There are some songs where I'll have had the music for 20 years and then There are some songs where I'll have had the music for 20 years and then finally the lyric will come through. That's not common but it does happen. Then there are other songs that come really quickly. — Tim Finn
Believin Sayings By Frances Hardinge: For in this sickened world, it is better to believe in something too fiercely than For in this sickened world, it is better to believe in something too fiercely than to believe in nothing.' Words, words, wonderful words. But lies too. 'No, it isn't!' shouted Mosca the Housefly, Quillam Mye's daughter. 'Not if what you're believin' isn't blinkin' well True! You shouldn't just go believin' things for no reason, pertickly if you got a sword in your hand! Sacred just means something you're not meant to think about properly, an' you should never stop thinking! Show me something I can kick, and hit with rocks, and set fire to, and leave out in the rain, and think about, and if it's still standing after all that then maybe, just maybe, I'll start to believe in it, but not till then. An' if all we're left with is muck and wickedness and no gods, then we'd better face it and get used to it because it's better than a lie. Which is what you are, Mr Kohlrabi.' Mosca — Frances Hardinge
Believin Sayings By Michel Leiris: Midway between the too soiled ground and the too-sublime vaults, at the level of the Midway between the too soiled ground and the too-sublime vaults, at the level of the air, entering the skin of the role, poetry plays its game. — Michel Leiris