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Can Decide Sayings By Leon Spinks: I didn't push Cory. I wanted him to decide if he wanted to go into I didn't push Cory. I wanted him to decide if he wanted to go into boxing and he did. Can't blame it on me. — Leon Spinks
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Can Decide Sayings By Kass Morgan: Bellamy took Clarke's hand, then leaned in and whispered, "Should we go check on your Bellamy took Clarke's hand, then leaned in and whispered, "Should we go check on your parents?"
She turned to him and tilted her head to the side. "Don't you think it's a little early to be meeting my parents?" she teased. "After all, we've been dating less than a month."
"A month in Earth time is like, ten years in space time, don't you think?"
Clarke nodded. "You're right. And I suppose that means that I can't get mad at you if you decide to call it off after a few months, because that's really a few decades."
Bellamy wrapped his arm around her waist and drew her close. "I want to spend eons with you, Clarke Griffin."
She rose onto her toes and kissed his cheek. "Glad to hear it, because there's no going back now. We're here for good. — Kass Morgan
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Can Decide Sayings By Rodrigo Rato: And then you might decide that the country can just spend maybe years or decades And then you might decide that the country can just spend maybe years or decades to regain that credit, or maybe give that county the support, the financial support that the market is not willing not do. — Rodrigo Rato
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Can Decide Sayings By Adriana Locke: Learn to love mornings! Everyday is a fresh start. You've a lot to look forward Learn to love mornings! Everyday is a fresh start. You've a lot to look forward to. Your whole life is in front of you. You can get up everyday and decide what you're going to accomplish, what goals you're going to work towards. Think about that. Every morning is an opportunity to change what you aren't happy with. — Adriana Locke
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Can Decide Sayings By Ricky Williams: Depending on their fondest memory of you, most people hold on so tightly to their Depending on their fondest memory of you, most people hold on so tightly to their fondest memory they don't usually let you be anything greater than that. And that's one of the things I think I allowed myself to be a victim of earlier in my career. What I learned as I got older is I decide. I decide what it's like for me, not other people. You can be whatever you'd like to be. You just have to choose it. — Ricky Williams
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Can Decide Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: It is not enough to take good decisions and make good choices. It is necessary It is not enough to take good decisions and make good choices. It is necessary to take heed and comply with whatever you plan and that can only happen by the influence of the Lord God, the giver of your dreams. — Israelmore Ayivor
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Can Decide Sayings By Nehali Lalwani: You can't restore anything you've previously done, but you can face up to it. You You can't restore anything you've previously done, but you can face up to it. You can enlighten the reality. You can entreat forgiveness. And then let God decide and do the rest. — Nehali Lalwani
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Can Decide Sayings By Michael Crichton: But now science is the belief system that is hundreds of years old. And, like But now science is the belief system that is hundreds of years old. And, like the medieval system before it, science is starting not to fit the world any more. Science has attained so much power that its practical limits begin to be apparent. Largely through science, billions of us live in one small world, densely packed and intercommunicating. But science cannot help us decide what to do with that world, or how to live. Science can make a nuclear reactor, but it cannot tell us not to build it. Science can make pesticide, but cannot tell us not to use it. And our world starts to seem polluted in fundamental ways
air, and water, and land
because of ungovernable science. — Michael Crichton
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Can Decide Sayings By Libby Trickett: I really would like to start a family as well. Whether I can balance the I really would like to start a family as well. Whether I can balance the two or have to decide one or the other way, I'm not sure what will happen. — Libby Trickett
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Can Decide Sayings By Douglas Adams: So I reckon, what's so secret that I can't let anybody know I know it, So I reckon, what's so secret that I can't let anybody know I know it, not the Galactic Government, not even myself? And the answer is I don't know. Obviously. But I put a few things together and I can begin to guess. When did I decide to run for President? Shortly after the death of President Yooden Vranx. — Douglas Adams
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Can Decide Sayings By Elizabeth Berg: The truth is, aging can be your realest opportunity to decide how best to live The truth is, aging can be your realest opportunity to decide how best to live - and the best incentive for getting you to do just that. — Elizabeth Berg
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Can Decide Sayings By Helen Shucman: No one can withhold truth except from himself. yet God will not refuse you the No one can withhold truth except from himself. yet God will not refuse you the Answer He gave, Ask, then, for what is yours, but which you didi not make, and do not defend yours against truth. You made the problem God has answered.Ask yourself, therefore, but one simple question: Do I want the problem or do I want the answer? Decide for the answer and you will have it, for you will see it as it is, and it is yours already. — Helen Shucman
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Can Decide Sayings By Stephen Fry: I will defend the absolute value of Mozart over Miley Cyrus, of course I will, I will defend the absolute value of Mozart over Miley Cyrus, of course I will, but we should be wary of false dichotomies. You do not have to choose between one or the other. You can have both. The human cultural jungle should be as varied and plural as the Amazonian rainforest. We are all richer for biodiversity. We may decide that a puma is worth more to us than a caterpillar, but surely we can agree that the habitat is all the better for being able to sustain each. — Stephen Fry
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Can Decide Sayings By Robert Mugabe: The voice of Mr Bush and the voice of Mr Blair can't decide who shall The voice of Mr Bush and the voice of Mr Blair can't decide who shall rule in Zimbabwe, who shall rule in Africa, who shall rule in Asia, who shall rule in Venezuela, who shall rule in Iran, who shall rule in Iraq, — Robert Mugabe
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Can Decide Sayings By James Howard Kunstler: Human settlements are like living organisms. They must grow, and they will change. But we Human settlements are like living organisms. They must grow, and they will change. But we can decide on the nature of that growth - on the quality and the character of it - and where it ought to go. We don't have to scatter the building blocks of our civic life all over the countryside, destroying our towns and ruining farmland. — James Howard Kunstler
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Can Decide Sayings By Ernest J. Gaines: It came from a piece of old wood that he found in the yard somewhere. It came from a piece of old wood that he found in the yard somewhere. That's what we all are, Jefferson, all of us on this earth, a piece of drifting wood, until we--each one of us, individually--decide to become something else. I am still that piece of drifting wood, and those out there are no better. But you can be better. Because we need you to be and want you to be." --Grant — Ernest J. Gaines
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Can Decide Sayings By Peter Blauner: John G. turns on him, hands on hips, hair caked with snow. 'Hey, buddy, let John G. turns on him, hands on hips, hair caked with snow. 'Hey, buddy, let me tell you something. Drugs are the only thing I got. I am a drug addict. That's all I've ever been and that's all I'll ever be. Even if I'm not putting a needle in my arm or pipe in my mouth right this second, the thought is still in my mind.' He taps the side of his head. 'And if I decide I'm gonna get high to deal with the pressures in my life, there's not a fuckin' thing you can do about it. — Peter Blauner
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Can Decide Sayings By Elmore Leonard: When people ask me about my dialogue, I say, 'Don't you hear people talking?' That's When people ask me about my dialogue, I say, 'Don't you hear people talking?' That's all I do. I hear a certain type of individual, I decide this is what he should be, whatever it is, and then I hear him. Well, I don't hear anybody that I can't make talk. — Elmore Leonard
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Can Decide Sayings By Brendon Burchard: your level of engagement and enthusiasm will skyrocket when you decide to participate only in your level of engagement and enthusiasm will skyrocket when you decide to participate only in projects you can be fully invested in and be a part of from beginning to end. — Brendon Burchard
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Can Decide Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: People who achieve big things are those who decide to try ideas that were previously People who achieve big things are those who decide to try ideas that were previously rated and graded as impossibilities. "Impossibility" never exists! — Israelmore Ayivor
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Can Decide Sayings By David McRaney: Any extended period of negative emotions can lead to you giving in to despair and Any extended period of negative emotions can lead to you giving in to despair and accepting your fate. If you remain alone for a long time, you will decide loneliness is a fact of life and pass up opportunities to hang out with people. The loss of control in any situation can lead to this state. — David McRaney
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Can Decide Sayings By Richard Blackaby: But a deep walk with God does not come effortlessly. If it did, many more But a deep walk with God does not come effortlessly. If it did, many more people would have one.
First, you must decide you're unwilling to remain where you are.
Second, you must be prepared to pay a price. Will you rise earlier so you can spend unhurried tome with Him? Will you forgo comforts and pleasures so you can focus on your walk with Him? — Richard Blackaby
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Can Decide Sayings By Nick Woodman: Bootstrapping allows you total creative freedom. For example, if you decide to approach your business Bootstrapping allows you total creative freedom. For example, if you decide to approach your business in a certain way that makes it a two- or three-year process to get to your first product, you can do that, versus being rushed into it by investors. — Nick Woodman
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Can Decide Sayings By H.E. Davey: Because all actions and expressionsstem from the mind, it is vital to know themind as Because all actions and expressions
stem from the mind, it is vital to know the
mind as well as decide in what way we'll use it. Everyone has heard of psychosomatic illness, and most of us acknowledge that psychosomatic sicknesses can and do occur. But what
about psychosomatic wellness? — H.E. Davey
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Can Decide Sayings By Jeff Cooper: When under attack, it is necessary to evaluate the situation and to decide instantly upon When under attack, it is necessary to evaluate the situation and to decide instantly upon a proper course of action, to be carried out immediately with all the force you can bring to bear. He who hesitates is indeed lost. Do not soliloquize. Do not delay. Be decisive. — Jeff Cooper
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Can Decide Sayings By Daniel Nayeri: Do you know what makes someone beautiful? Confidence. You don't have to have this shape Do you know what makes someone beautiful? Confidence. You don't have to have this shape eyes or that shape lips. No one seems to be able to decide which shape is best anyway. You can have every kind of blemish. It's confidence that attracts people. That's what everybody's looking for. It's what no potion can really give you. And believe me, Belle, you've got it. You've got it if you want it. — Daniel Nayeri
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Can Decide Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: You can start wherever you decide to start. You can start wherever you decide to start. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Can Decide Sayings By Gael Garcia Bernal: Life certainly points it out to you - 'you can go this way or the Life certainly points it out to you - 'you can go this way or the other way.' You have to decide and it's a very strong decision because, would you sleep well knowing that you're living in the best place, but you're letting the place where you should live alone? — Gael Garcia Bernal
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Can Decide Sayings By Amy Jo Johnson: I believe I can do anything. If I decide I want to be a doctor I believe I can do anything. If I decide I want to be a doctor tomorrow, I'm going to be a doctor. — Amy Jo Johnson
Can Decide Sayings By Immanuel Kant: But under a constitution where the subject is not a citizen, and which is therefore But under a constitution where the subject is not a citizen, and which is therefore not republican, it is the simplest thing in the world to go to war. For the head of state is not a fellow citizen, but the owner of the state, and a war will not force him to make the slightest sacrifice so far as his banquets, hunts, pleasure palaces and court festivals are concerned. He can thus decide on war, without any significant reason, as a kind of amusement, and unconcernedly leave it to the diplomatic corps (who are always ready for such purposes) to justify the war for the sake of propriety. — Immanuel Kant
Can Decide Sayings By Kate Wilhelm: Why are you saying this?" she whispered, her face ashen. "So you won't have any Why are you saying this?" she whispered, her face ashen. "So you won't have any illusions about your little nest here! We can use you, do you understand? As long as you are useful to the community, you'll be allowed to live here like a princess. Just as long as you're useful." "Useful, how? No one wants to look at my paintings. I've finished the maps and drawings of the trip." "I'm going to dissect your every thought, your every wish, every dream. I'm going to find out what happened to you, what made you separate yourself from your sisters, what made you decide to become an individual, and when I find out we'll know how never to allow it to happen again. — Kate Wilhelm
Can Decide Sayings By Nhat Hanh: Today, you can decide to walk in freedom. You can choose to walk differently. You Today, you can decide to walk in freedom. You can choose to walk differently. You can walk as a free person, enjoying every step. — Nhat Hanh
Can Decide Sayings By Robert Patrick: God, think of the great men that have nibbled on me, and now I'm nothing God, think of the great men that have nibbled on me, and now I'm nothing but a snack for a virus - something that can't even decide if it's a plant or an animal. — Robert Patrick
Can Decide Sayings By Angela Merkel: It certainly is dangerous that there are only a few clubs left in Europe that It certainly is dangerous that there are only a few clubs left in Europe that can afford to pay millions. At the end of the day however, the spectators decide the rates of pay - by watching the games and consuming the goods and services advertised on sports TV programmes. — Angela Merkel
Can Decide Sayings By Bill Maris: I can make it very clear: I get paid if we make good investments. And I can make it very clear: I get paid if we make good investments. And if we don't, I don't get paid. I have no incentive to sell our companies to Google; the entrepreneurs get to decide that. We are minority shareholders. — Bill Maris
Can Decide Sayings By David Cronenberg: I don't think that the flesh is necessarily treacherous, evil, bad. It is cantankerous, and I don't think that the flesh is necessarily treacherous, evil, bad. It is cantankerous, and it is independent. The idea of independence is the key. It really is like colonialism. The colonies suddenly decide that they can and should exist with their own personality and should detach from the control of the mother country. At first the colony is perceived as being treacherous. It's a betrayal. Ultimately, it can be seen as the separation of a partner that could be very valuable as an equal rather than as something you dominate. — David Cronenberg
Can Decide Sayings By Daniel Pinkwater: I've said this before, and I say it again. Bagels can be an enormous power I've said this before, and I say it again. Bagels can be an enormous power for good or for evil. It is up to us to decide how we will use them. — Daniel Pinkwater
Can Decide Sayings By Fred Allen: A committee is a group of people who individually can do nothing, but who, as A committee is a group of people who individually can do nothing, but who, as a group, can meet and decide that nothing can be done. — Fred Allen
Can Decide Sayings By Bharati Mukherjee: I have to put down roots where I decide to stay. It wasn't enough for I have to put down roots where I decide to stay. It wasn't enough for me to be an expatriate Indian in Canada. If I can't feel that I can make social, political and emotional commitments to a place, I have to find another place. — Bharati Mukherjee
Can Decide Sayings By Desiderius Erasmus: Whether a party can have much success without a woman present I must ask others Whether a party can have much success without a woman present I must ask others to decide, but one thing is certain, no party is any fun unless seasoned with folly. — Desiderius Erasmus
Can Decide Sayings By Margaret D. Nadauld: The time is here for you to stand up for what you know is right. The time is here for you to stand up for what you know is right. You must judge right from wrong. No longer can you be complacent or go with the flow or wonder what to do. You must decide now which path you will follow and which answer you will give. Decide well in advance, before the pressure is on, what you stand for. — Margaret D. Nadauld
Can Decide Sayings By Leigh Bardugo: Kaz tossed the ledger back in the safe. "You're not weak because you can't read. Kaz tossed the ledger back in the safe. "You're not weak because you can't read. You're weak because you're afraid of people seeing your weakness. You're letting shame decide who you are..." (p283) — Leigh Bardugo
Can Decide Sayings By Peter Russell: Sometimes we may find that our partner continues to seek satisfaction in ways that we Sometimes we may find that our partner continues to seek satisfaction in ways that we cannot live with. Nevertheless, when we decide to go our own way, we still have a choice as to how we separate. We can separate with bad feelings, blaming the other's faults and unacceptable behaviour, or we can separate with forgiveness, love and understanding. — Peter Russell
Can Decide Sayings By Cherie Lunghi: I have that precious commodity - freedom. I can live my life a day at I have that precious commodity - freedom. I can live my life a day at a time, and I am open to whatever the next day brings. I know I sound as if I have been off with some guru in India, but I haven't. I've come to realise the value of being able to decide for oneself. — Cherie Lunghi
Can Decide Sayings By Mark Twain: Yes," I said, "that is what I mean to say. I am not going to Yes," I said, "that is what I mean to say. I am not going to vote for him." The others began to find their voices. They sang the same note. They said that when a party's representatives choose a man, that ends it. If they choose unwisely it is a misfortune, but no loyal member of the party has any right to withhold his vote. He has a plain duty before him and he can't shirk it. He must vote for that nominee. I said that no party held the privilege of dictating to me how I should vote. That if party loyalty was a form of patriotism, I was no patriot, and that I didn't think I was much of a patriot anyway, for oftener than otherwise what the general body of Americans regarded as the patriotic course was not in accordance with my views; that if there was any valuable difference between being an American and a monarchist it lay in the theory that the American could decide for himself what is patriotic and what isn't; whereas — Mark Twain
Can Decide Sayings By Atul Gawande: We want progress in medicine to be clear and unequivocal, but of course it rarely We want progress in medicine to be clear and unequivocal, but of course it rarely is. Every new treatment has gaping unknowns - for both patients and society - and it can be hard to decide what do do about them. — Atul Gawande
Can Decide Sayings By Eric Metaxas: If we are talking about a loving God, we are talking about a God who If we are talking about a loving God, we are talking about a God who asks us to trust him, whether we get what we ask for or don't. But he will never force us to trust him. That is entirely up to us. We have free will and we can accept his love or reject it, or claim it doesn't exist at all. We can trust him or distrust him as we like. But if he really and truly is the God of the Bible, who loves me with an unchanging and self-sacrificial love (agape), then I really and truly can trust him in all circumstances, which is tremendously freeing. In fact, I can go one step further than trusting him. To use a biblical phrase, I can rejoice in him. But is only possible if we really do know that God has our best interests at heart at all times. Of course, we have to decide on our own whether we believe that. But if we come to see that, that is true and do allow ourselves to believe it, we are precisely where he created us to be: in his loving hands. — Eric Metaxas
Can Decide Sayings By Waseem Kanjo: When Putin or any wealthy corrupted dictator can decide who is the US President, while When Putin or any wealthy corrupted dictator can decide who is the US President, while Obama or the regular democratic authorities don't have the same power to decide who is the Russian or Chinese president, then the problem is not about Donald Trump, not about The Person,rather it is structural gap related to the Democracy and Dictatorship in deep substance and concept, and should be discussed, reflected, thought, spoke and solved from this very respect, not from drawing daily cartoons for Trump's hairstyle! — Waseem Kanjo
Can Decide Sayings By Michelle Alexander: In the words of then - vice president Richard Nixon, the increasing crime rate "can In the words of then - vice president Richard Nixon, the increasing crime rate "can be traced directly to the spread of the corrosive doctrine that every citizen possesses an inherent right to decide for himself which laws to obey and when to disobey them."37 — Michelle Alexander
Can Decide 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
Can Decide Sayings By Amalie Howard: Forgiveness is a choice. You control how you respond to something or someone. You can't Forgiveness is a choice. You control how you respond to something or someone. You can't change things that happened in the past, but you can decide how you let them affect you. — Amalie Howard
Can Decide Sayings By Gioconda Belli: Novels give you the opportunity to create a whole world. Because you create people, you Novels give you the opportunity to create a whole world. Because you create people, you make them talk ... You decide who they are, whether they live or die. It's the closest thing to feeling like a god that you can come to. — Gioconda Belli
Can Decide Sayings By Lorii Myers: The decide word is so powerful. It's amazing what you can do once you decide The decide word is so powerful. It's amazing what you can do once you decide to do it. — Lorii Myers
Can Decide Sayings By Gloria Steinem: It's the biggest economic influence in a woman's life whether she can decide when and It's the biggest economic influence in a woman's life whether she can decide when and whether to have children or not. — Gloria Steinem
Can Decide Sayings By C.D. Reiss: I can't decide how to fuck you," he said. "I want to take you in I can't decide how to fuck you," he said. "I want to take you in every position . I want to fuck you like an animal and a saint. I want to keep you on the brink for an hour and take four orgasms from you. I can't do it all tonight. I'm kind of pissed about that. — C.D. Reiss
Can Decide Sayings By Samantha Young: She smiled apologetically. "You're a good person, which makes the fact you don't trust anyone, She smiled apologetically. "You're a good person, which makes the fact you don't trust anyone, really hard for the people who care about you. And Braden, when he cares about someone, has to know everything so he can cover all the bases and protect them. He has to be a guy people can trust. It's just who he is. If he started something with you, he'd only be hurt when you refuse to let him in."
I only sort of took that in. Mostly, I just kept hearing 'you're a good person, which makes the fact that you don't trust anyone, really hard for the people who care about you."
"Am I hurting you, Ellie?" I didn't want to admit how scared I was for her answer.
She exhaled, heavily, seeming to weigh her words. "At first I was. But knowing that you don't mean to hurt me helps. Do I wish you'd trust me more? Yes. Am I going to push it? No." She stood up. "Just know that if you ever do decide to trust me, I'm here. And you can tell me anything. — Samantha Young
Can Decide Sayings By Andrew M. Greeley: It's a terrible mistake to let the perfect get in the way of the good. It's a terrible mistake to let the perfect get in the way of the good. If you wait to publish until you have written a great book, you will never publish anything. Great books happen by chance, not by design. The wise writer writes the best he can and leaves it to posterity to decide about greatness. — Andrew M. Greeley
Can Decide Sayings By Marisha Pessl: It's kind of funny ... the moments on which life hinges. I think growing up It's kind of funny ... the moments on which life hinges. I think growing up you always imagine your life
your success
depends on your family and how much money they have, where you go to college, what sort of job you can pin down, starting salary ... But it doesn't, you know. You wouldn't believe this, but life hinges on a couple of seconds you never see coming. And what you decide in those few seconds determines everything from then on ... And you have no idea what you'll do until you're there ... — Marisha Pessl
Can Decide Sayings By Abha Maryada Banerjee: Most people have no idea why others do what they do..The whole World from their Most people have no idea why others do what they do..
The whole World from their own little mind decide 'what' it is..
Sad when reasonably intelligible people continue to judge & judge..
7.2 billion people under the Sun, how many can one please???
Therefore.... — Abha Maryada Banerjee
Can Decide Sayings By Jim Palmer: There are really only two options - you can feel things, or you can shut There are really only two options - you can feel things, or you can shut down. But, once you decide to feel things, you don't get to pick and choose what you feel. — Jim Palmer
Can Decide Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: Mma Makutsi was unconvinced. "Where there is smoke there's fire, Mma. I have always said Mma Makutsi was unconvinced. "Where there is smoke there's fire, Mma. I have always said that." Mma Ramotswe could not let that pass. "But what does Clovis Andersen say in The Principles of Private Detection, Mma? Does he not say that you must be very careful to decide where the smoke is coming from? Smoke can drift, Mma. Those were his exact words, I think. — Alexander McCall Smith
Can Decide Sayings By Lisa Swallow: Love isn't something predictable, Sky, and doesn't follow rules. You can't decide who to fall Love isn't something predictable, Sky, and doesn't follow rules. You can't decide who to fall in love with, or when. Love and logic don't go together, but when I'm with you, everything makes sense. — Lisa Swallow
Can Decide Sayings By Bryant McGill: The journey of personal development is full of twists and turns. There are forks in The journey of personal development is full of twists and turns. There are forks in the road, and at times it can seem impossible to decide which is the right road to take. In these moments remember that there really is no wrong road. Whichever direction you choose will offer lessons as valuable as the other. Travel with lightness in your step, because as long as you are putting one foot in front of the other, you will grow into the person you are striving to become. - Lisa Prosen — Bryant McGill
Can Decide Sayings By Misty Copeland: Decide what you want. Declare it to the world. See yourself winning. And remember that Decide what you want. Declare it to the world. See yourself winning. And remember that if you are persistent as well as patient, you can get whatever you seek. — Misty Copeland
Can Decide Sayings By Margaret Cho: I want to get married but I look at husbands the same way I look I want to get married but I look at husbands the same way I look at tattoos. I want one, but I can't decide what I want, and I don't want to be stuck with something I'd grow to hate and have surgically removed. — Margaret Cho
Can Decide Sayings By Dana Gould: Have you ever had a gay friend lose weight and you can't decide if it's Have you ever had a gay friend lose weight and you can't decide if it's good news or not? Hey you look ... great? — Dana Gould
Can Decide Sayings By Louise Gornall: I'm being forced to challenge ideas that have kept me safe for so long. There's I'm being forced to challenge ideas that have kept me safe for so long. There's an entire library of information in my head, and suddenly I can't decide if any of it is worth reading. — Louise Gornall
Can Decide Sayings By Joshua Foer: What I had really trained my brain to do, as much as to memorize, was What I had really trained my brain to do, as much as to memorize, was to be more mindful, and to pay attention to the world around me. Remembering can only happen if you decide to take notice. — Joshua Foer
Can Decide Sayings By Anonymous: Accept every day as a beautiful mystery. Don't try to control everything or worry about Accept every day as a beautiful mystery. Don't try to control everything or worry about the things you can't control. If you do, you are setting yourself up for a lifetime of frustration and misery. You must simply accept that some forces are out of your control. However, you can always control the manner in which you react to situations. Everyone's life has positive and negative aspects. Whether you are happy or not depends greatly on which aspects you focus on. The best thing you can do is let go of what you can't control and invest your energy in the things you can. Powerful, positive change will occur in your life when you decide to take control of yourself instead of craving control over everyone and everything else. — Anonymous
Can Decide Sayings By Cy Twombly: I sit for two or three hours and then in 15 minutes I can do I sit for two or three hours and then in 15 minutes I can do a painting, but that's part of it. You have to get ready and decide to jump up and do it; you build yourself up psychologically, and so painting has no time for brush. Brush is boring, you give it and all of a sudden it's dry, you have to go. Before you cut the thought, you know? — Cy Twombly
Can Decide Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: Of all the nonsense that twists the world, the concept of 'altruism' is the worst. Of all the nonsense that twists the world, the concept of 'altruism' is the worst. People do what they want to do, every time. If it sometimes pains them to make a choice - if the choice turns out to look like a 'noble sacrifice' - you can be sure that it is in no wise nobler than the discomfort caused by greediness ... the unpleasant necessity of having to decide between two things both of which you would like to do when you can't do both. The ordinary bloke suffers that discomfort every day, every time he makes a choice between spending a buck on beer or tucking it away for his kids, between getting up when he's tired or spending the day in his warm bed and losing his job. No matter which he does he always chooses what seems to hurt least or pleasures most. The average chump spends his life harried by these small decisions. — Robert A. Heinlein
Can Decide Sayings By Pepper Pace: So you see, I can't go to Hawaii with you. I'm sorry, Tim. But I So you see, I can't go to Hawaii with you. I'm sorry, Tim. But I need to decide if I want to become a nun. — Pepper Pace
Can Decide Sayings By Jo Graham: There are always people making decisions you can't control. But you decide what you're willing There are always people making decisions you can't control. But you decide what you're willing to do. What you can live with. At the end of the day, that's the only thing you can control. — Jo Graham
Can Decide Sayings By Marianne Williamson: Allowing the pain of personal growth to be a crucible of your spirit-the alchemical grail Allowing the pain of personal growth to be a crucible of your spirit-the alchemical grail through which the metal of your former self turns into gold-is one of the highest callings of life. Pain can burn you up and destroy you, or burn you up and redeem you. It can deliver you to an entrenched despair, or deliver you to your higher self. At midlife we decide, consciously or unconsciously, the path of the victim or the path of the phoenix when it is rising up at last. — Marianne Williamson
Can Decide Sayings By Cecilia Vinesse: It might not be distance or time that takes you away from people. Maybe you It might not be distance or time that takes you away from people. Maybe you decide when you let them go. But I can't let go yet. — Cecilia Vinesse
Can Decide Sayings By Kevin O'Leary: When you come to 'Shark Tank,' the only person you should listen to is me, When you come to 'Shark Tank,' the only person you should listen to is me, because you know you're getting the truth. I'll decide if it's worth it, and after I'm finished, the rest of the people can look into it. — Kevin O'Leary
Can Decide Sayings By Germaine Greer: In some ways the operation of the feminine stereotype is so obvious and for many In some ways the operation of the feminine stereotype is so obvious and for many women entirely unattainable, that it can be easily reacted against. It takes a great deal of courage and independence to decide to design your own image instead of the one that society rewards, but it gets easier as you go along. Of course, a woman who goes her own way will find her conditioning is ineradicable, but she at least can recognize its operation and choose to counteract it, whereas a man might find that he was being more subtly deluded. — Germaine Greer
Can Decide Sayings By Tony Clark: To simplify things down to their real essence, whenever things go wrong in our lives, To simplify things down to their real essence, whenever things go wrong in our lives, whenever our plans go awry and the things we took for granted suddenly disappear, we have a very simple choice. We can either succumb to despair and assume the attitude of the put upon victim, powerless to change our fate, or we can decide to turn the tragedy into an opportunity. — Tony Clark
Can Decide Sayings By Margaret Spellings: But the other notion is, we also believe that those folks closest on the ground But the other notion is, we also believe that those folks closest on the ground that we're holding accountable for the results can decide, and ought to evaluate which programs get results. — Margaret Spellings
Can Decide Sayings By Boyd K. Packer: Addiction has the capacity to disconnect the human will and nullify moral agency. It can Addiction has the capacity to disconnect the human will and nullify moral agency. It can rob one of the power to decide. — Boyd K. Packer
Can Decide Sayings By Price Pritchett: Live according to the ethics of excellence, and you can always stand proud. Pride - Live according to the ethics of excellence, and you can always stand proud. Pride - not vanity, but dignity and self-respect - should carry a lot of weight in helping you make decisions. Let pride help you decide. — Price Pritchett
Can Decide Sayings By Fernando Pessoa: My lack of initiative was the root cause of all my troubles - of my My lack of initiative was the root cause of all my troubles - of my inability to want something before having thought about it, of my inability to commit myself, of my inability to decide in the only way one can decide: by deciding, not by thinking. I'm like Buridan's donkey, dying at the mathematical midpoint between the water of emotion and the hay of action; if I didn't think, I might still die, but it wouldn't be from thirst or hunger. — Fernando Pessoa
Can Decide Sayings By Sarah MacLean: Alex has never been very keen on events of the season. I wouldn't worry about Alex has never been very keen on events of the season. I wouldn't worry about her. As I said, Nicola is a friend. She'll want to go. One of us has to chaperone her. And, since I'm older and of a higher rank, I get to decide who that will be. Care to hazard a guess, Kit?" His green eyes twinkled with laughter. "Bollocks!" This from Kit, who was not about to accept this particular decision without a fight. "It can't be me!" "Why not?" Kit paused, clearly searching for a viable excuse to avoid the ball in question. His eyes lit up with excitement when he'd hit on the right thing. "The hunting party I've an invitation to is just as viable a location to meet an eligible young lady as any, I daresay. I shall simply tell Mother that." He looked veritably triumphant. Will — Sarah MacLean
Can Decide Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Break out to go out:The birds dare to break the egg shellIt does so in Break out to go out:

The birds dare to break the egg shell
It does so in order to get out of that Hell
When it finally succeeds, it'll then fly
To its comfort zone it'll say bye
Are you being confined in a small space
How long will you remain at that place?
Before you can explore more territories,
Break away from the former glories.
Yesterday's excellence is today's average
You must strive to be better age after age
Never accept the available mediocrity
As the only preferable opportunity
Decide to grow from below to hero
And make it a point to vacate level zero
Reach out and arise with power
God's blessings on you, will shower
Agree to grow, never attempt to be slow
Be not afraid. Never doubt. You'll flow
The grace of God will be your guide
Taking you along, side by side. — Israelmore Ayivor
Can Decide Sayings By Robin Hobb: You can't go back', she told him bluntly. Her voice was neither kind nor unkind. You can't go back', she told him bluntly. Her voice was neither kind nor unkind. 'That part of your life is over. Set it aside as something you have finished. Complete or no, it is done with you. No being gets to decide what his life is 'supposed to be'. — Robin Hobb
Can Decide Sayings By Cora Carmack: How can people decide who they want to spend the rest of their life with How can people decide who they want to spend the rest of their life with at this age? I can't even decide what to have for dinner! I can't decide if I want to be an actor, even though I've already got 35,000 dollars in student loans telling me I sure as hell better want to be an
actor. — Cora Carmack
Can Decide Sayings By Rex D. Pinegar: Decide to believe in God, who created you. Decide to believe in yourself, that you Decide to believe in God, who created you. Decide to believe in yourself, that you truly can reach goals - your goals — Rex D. Pinegar
Can Decide Sayings By Sam Newman: Principles Principles are rules you have made in order to align what you are doing Principles Principles are rules you have made in order to align what you are doing to some larger goal, and will sometimes change. For example, if one of your strategic goals as an organization is to decrease the time to market for new features, you may define a principle that says that delivery teams have full control over the lifecycle of their software to ship whenever they are ready, independently of any other team. If another goal is that your organization is moving to aggressively grow its offering in other countries, you may decide to implement a principle that the entire system must be portable to allow for it to be deployed locally in order to respect sovereignty of data. You probably don't want loads of these. Fewer than 10 is a good number - small enough that people can remember them, or to fit on small posters. The more principles you have, the greater the chance that they overlap or contradict each other. — Sam Newman
Can Decide Sayings By Bob Proctor: You and I have the decision to decide what we are going to be with You and I have the decision to decide what we are going to be with our life! Or we can let the paradigm control us and march along in lockstep type fashion. — Bob Proctor
Can Decide Sayings By Ursula K. Le Guin: I can't decide which color I am. I mean, my father was a black, a I can't decide which color I am. I mean, my father was a black, a real black - oh, he had some white blood, but he was a black - and my mother was a white, and I'm neither one. See, my father really hated my mother because she was white. But he also loved her. But I think she loved his being black much more than she loved him. Well, where does that leave me? I never have figured out." "Brown," he said gently, standing behind her chair. "Shit color." "The color of the earth. — Ursula K. Le Guin
Can Decide Sayings By Bertrand Russell: When two men of science disagree, they do not invoke the secular arm; they wait When two men of science disagree, they do not invoke the secular arm; they wait for further evidence to decide the issue, because, as men of science, they know that neither is infallible. But when two theologians differ, since there is no criteria to which either can appeal, there is nothing for it but mutual hatred and an open or covert appeal to force. — Bertrand Russell
Can Decide Sayings By Hilary T. Smith: My head whips back from the impact and my ribs twang like a dropped guitar. My head whips back from the impact and my ribs twang like a dropped guitar. The sky spins above me like a penny. My bike has dematerialized, and my iPod is strewn about the intersection in a million glittering pieces. When I try to move, ten different parts of my body light up at once, like someone's pressing all the buttons at an anatomy exhibit. The magnolia tree blows me a kiss of perfumed air, and I can't decide if what I'm feeling is incredible bliss of excruciating pain. This might just be the greatest moment of my life. It's possible. And if it is, I don't want to waste it lying around in the middle of the road. For a single, golden second I breathe galaxies. — Hilary T. Smith
Can Decide Sayings By Michael Cunningham: Which is probably one of the reasons those of us who love contemporary fiction love Which is probably one of the reasons those of us who love contemporary fiction love it as we do. We're alone with it. It arrives without references, without credentials we can trust. Givers of prizes (not to mention critics) do the best they can, but they may - they probably will - be scoffed at by their children's children. We, the living readers, whether or not we're members of juries, decide, all on our own, if we suspect ourselves to be in the presence of greatness. We're compelled to let future generations make the more final decisions, which will, in all likelihood, seem to them so clear as to produce a sense of bafflement over what was valued by their ancestors; what was garlanded and paraded, what carried to the temple on the shoulders of the wise. — Michael Cunningham
Can Decide Sayings By B. J. Daniels: Honey, before I became the man who was to marry Olivia Hamilton, I was capable Honey, before I became the man who was to marry Olivia Hamilton, I was capable of taking care of myself. I can take care of you, too, for that matter. If you should ever decide to trust me." With that he turned the key. The old pickup's engine rumbled to life and he backed out kicking up fresh gravel.

Livie bristled. She knew he thought her an overindulged debutante, but there was more to her than just being Buckmaster Hamilton's daughter and damned if she wasn't going to prove it to him. If he gave her the chance. — B. J. Daniels
Can Decide Sayings By Carl Jung: True art is creation, and creation is beyond all theories. That is why I say True art is creation, and creation is beyond all theories. That is why I say to any beginner: Learn your theories as well as you can, but put them aside when you touch the miracle of the living soul. Not theories but your own creative individuality alone must decide. — Carl Jung
Can Decide Sayings By A.J.P. Taylor: Our task as historians is to make past conflicts live again; not to lament the Our task as historians is to make past conflicts live again; not to lament the verdict or to wish for a different one. It bewildered me when my old master A. F. Pribram, a very great historian, said in the nineteen-thirties: 'It is still not decided whether the Habsburg monarchy could have found a solution for its national problems.' How can we decide about something that did not happen? Heaven knows, we have difficulty enough in deciding what did happen. Events decided that the Habsburgs had not found a solution for their national problems; that is all we know or need to know. Whenever I read the phrase: 'whether so-and-so acted rightly must be left for historians to decide', I close the book; the writer has moved from history to make-believe. — A.J.P. Taylor
Can Decide Sayings By Raheel Farooq: Truth and reality are two different things. Truth is nothing more or less than an Truth and reality are two different things. Truth is nothing more or less than an expression of reality as you perceive it, while reality being something totally independent of, and indifferent to how you express, or even, perceive it. People differ only in their reference to reality; and this difference is not without its own implications. Certain interpretations have more value in certain situations, and vice versa. Any number of opposite propositions may be true simultaneously, but their truth value will ultimately decide their worth. From which angle to look at reality at a certain time, is a wisdom philosophy is not designed to endow. It can only help you refine your perception. In order to choose and change your mode of perception, you perhaps need Will. — Raheel Farooq
Can Decide Sayings By Caragh M. O'Brien: When you decide something's right, there's nothing that can stop you from doing it. When you decide something's right, there's nothing that can stop you from doing it. — Caragh M. O'Brien
Can Decide Sayings By Danielle LaPorte: Decide to get over it. You know, just let it go. It can be that Decide to get over it. You know, just let it go. It can be that simple. — Danielle LaPorte
Can Decide Sayings By Malala Yousafzai: I believe it's a woman's right to decide what she wants to wear and if I believe it's a woman's right to decide what she wants to wear and if a woman can go to the beach and wear nothing, then why can't she also wear everything? — Malala Yousafzai