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Changing Your Name Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: Little Arin has missed me. I will not be parted from him.""Would you consider changing Little Arin has missed me. I will not be parted from him."
"Would you consider changing his name?"
"No."
"What if I begged?"
"Not a chance."
"Roshar, the tiger has grown."
"And what a sweet big boy he is. — Marie Rutkoski
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Jim Harrison: His own life suddenly seemed repellently formal. Whom did he know or what did he His own life suddenly seemed repellently formal. Whom did he know or what did he know and whom did he love? Sitting on the stump under the burden of his father's death and even the mortality inherent in the dying, wildly colored canopy of leaves, he somehow understood that life was only what one did every day ... Nothing was like anything else, including himself, and everything was changing all of the time. He knew he couldn't perceive the change because he was changing too, along with everything else.
(from the novella, The Man Who Gave Up His Name) — Jim Harrison
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Fennel Hudson: I like tea so much that I'm considering changing my name to Bergamot so that I like tea so much that I'm considering changing my name to Bergamot so that I can exist in a perpetual state of Earl Grey contentment. — Fennel Hudson
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Changing Your Name Sayings By John Calvin: This is why Paul upholds the teaching of the gospel in such a forceful way This is why Paul upholds the teaching of the gospel in such a forceful way ... Seeing such an example and such a picture of man's great weakness and fickleness, Paul states that the truth of the gospel must supersede anything that we may devise ... he is showing us that we ought to know the substance of the doctrine which is brought to us in the name of God, so that our faith can be fully grounded upon it. Then we will not be tossed about with every wind, nor will we wander about aimlessly, changing our opinions a hundred times a day; we will persist in this doctrine until the end. This, in brief, is what we must remember. — John Calvin
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Cherrie Lynn: You gonna marry her? This is the one out of seven billion?""It is. And I You gonna marry her? This is the one out of seven billion?"
"It is. And I am. I've got to. It's like ... sometimes ... "
"Speak."
"Sometimes I think I'm not going to make it another day without getting a ring on that girl's finger and changing her fucking last name from theirs to mine. I'm going to spend the rest of my life with her, and I want it to start yesterday. — Cherrie Lynn
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Francis A. Schaeffer: God's Word will never pass away, but looking back to the Old Testament and since God's Word will never pass away, but looking back to the Old Testament and since the time of Christ, with tears we must say that because of a lack of fortitude and faithfulness on the part of God's people, God's Word has many times been allowed to be bent, to conform to the surrounding, passing, changing culture of that moment rather than to stand as the inerrant Word of God judging the form of the world spirit and the surrounding culture of that moment. In the name of The Lord Jesus Christ, may our children and grandchildren not say that such can be said about us. — Francis A. Schaeffer
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Richard D. Phillips: Indeed, this is what modern and postmodern masculinity has been all about-men behaving like little Indeed, this is what modern and postmodern masculinity has been all about-men behaving like little boys forever, serving themselves in the name of self-discovery. (Can we imagine someone like Ronald Reagan or Winston Churchill talking about going on a quest to find his masculine self? They were too busy changing the world.) — Richard D. Phillips
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Linda Winfree: Are you still running that bar?" Maureen's voice dropped to a shocked whisper on the Are you still running that bar?" Maureen's voice dropped to a shocked whisper on the last word and Hope rolled her eyes, working the pick through Maureen's thick hair.

"The Cue Club? Yes, ma'am, I am." Angel leaned forward with her best devilish wink. "But I'm thinking of changing the name to the Den of Iniquity and getting some exotic dancers. You know, strippers."

Miss Maureen's eyes widened, pencil-thin brows nearly reaching the salt and pepper curls falling onto her forehead. — Linda Winfree
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Maggie Nelson: A day or two after my love pronouncement, now feral with vulnerability, I sent you A day or two after my love pronouncement, now feral with vulnerability, I sent you the passage from Roland Barthes by Roland Barthes in which Barthes describes how the subject who utters the phrase "I love you" is like "the Argonaut renewing his ship during its voyage without changing its name." Just as the Argo's parts may be replaced over time but the boat is still called the Argo, whenever the lover utters the phrase "I love you," its meaning must be renewed by each use, as "the very task of love and of language is to give to one and the same phrase inflections which will be forever new. — Maggie Nelson
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Agnes Macphail: It is a fact that all women contribute more to marriage than men; for the It is a fact that all women contribute more to marriage than men; for the most part they have to change their place of living, their method of work, a great many women today changing their occupation entirely on marriage; and they must even change their name. — Agnes Macphail
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Changing Your Name Sayings By John D. MacDonald: Now, of course, having failed in every attempt to subdue the Glades by frontal attack, Now, of course, having failed in every attempt to subdue the Glades by frontal attack, we are slowly killing it off by tapping the River of Grass. In the questionable name of progress, the state in its vast wisdom lets every two-bit developer divert the flow into drag-lined canals that give him 'waterfront' lots to sell. As far north as Corkscrew Swamp, virgin stands of ancient bald cypress are dying. All the area north of Copeland had been logged out, and will never come back. As the glades dry, the big fires come with increasing frequency. The ecology is changing with egret colonies dwindling, mullet getting scarce, mangrove dying of new diseases born of dryness. — John D. MacDonald
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Changing Your Name Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Time when pursued like a bandit will behave like one; always remaining one country or Time
when pursued like a bandit
will behave like one; always remaining one country or one room ahead of you, changing its name and hair color to elude you, slipping ou the back door of the motel just as you're banging through the lobby with your newest search warrant, leaving only a burning cigarette in the ashtray to taunt you. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Changing Your Name Sayings By Arthur Herman: The average clan - and there were more than fifty of them in 1745 - The average clan - and there were more than fifty of them in 1745 - was no more a family than is a Mafia "family." The only important blood ties were those between the chieftain and his various caporegimes, the so-called tacksmen who collected his rents and bore the same name. Below them were a large, nondescript, and constantly changing population of tenants and peasants, who worked the land and owed the chieftain service in war and peacetime. Whether they considered themselves Campbells or MacPhersons or Mackinnons was a matter of indifference, and no clan genealogist or bard, the seanachaidh, ever wasted breath keeping track of them. What mattered was that they were on clan land, and called it home. — Arthur Herman
Changing Your Name Sayings By Wayne Thomas Batson: Your name your name, paragal, in the old toung, means 'one of pure light' and Your name your name, paragal, in the old toung, means 'one of pure light' and so you once were. but know this: when your stroke gfalls, so shall your own star fall. Your light will go out, and you will earn a newname. You shall be caled paragor - 'one of true darkness.' darkness will be your dwelling place and it will consume you. You willl ever be hungry for what you can naver have, No darkness in alleble will be as you — Wayne Thomas Batson
Changing Your Name Sayings By Ron Paul: The people, who far outnumber the would-be dictators, can succeed in a worldwide revolution that The people, who far outnumber the would-be dictators, can succeed in a worldwide revolution that fully deprives the dictators of their power. But, any revolt must not lead to just changing the name of the authoritarian system or the political parties in the system. Instead, the revolt must be based on rejecting the trust in government doing the things that only the people can and should do for themselves. This revolt will probably come in stages - in bits and pieces - and be different in the various countries of the world. — Ron Paul
Changing Your Name Sayings By Luther Campbell: I also want to announce that I'm changing my name. I haven't told anyone. You I also want to announce that I'm changing my name. I haven't told anyone. You get the scoop. — Luther Campbell
Changing Your Name Sayings By Kevin Brockmeier: She bought a poster of the Beatles and tacked it on the wall above her She bought a poster of the Beatles and tacked it on the wall above her bed. On days when she was feeling strong her favorite was John, and on days when she was feeling weak her favorite was George, perhaps because there was a vulnerability to John that she was afraid to indulge without an armor of her own vitality around her. — Kevin Brockmeier
Changing Your Name Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Samsara-the Wheel of Existence, literally, the "Perpetual Wandering"-is the name by which is designated the Samsara-the Wheel of Existence, literally, the "Perpetual Wandering"-is the name by which is designated the sea of life ever restlessly heaving up and down, the symbol of this continuous process of ever again and again being born, growing old, suffering, and dying. (It) is constantly changing from moment to moment, (as lives) follow continuously one upon the other through inconceivable periods of time. Of this Samsara, a single lifetime constitutes only a vanishingly tiny fraction. — Gautama Buddha
Changing Your Name Sayings By Adam Clymer: Ted Kennedy's achievements as a senator have towered over his time, changing the lives of Ted Kennedy's achievements as a senator have towered over his time, changing the lives of far more Americans than remember the name Mary Jo Kopechne. — Adam Clymer
Changing Your Name Sayings By Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu: To become a celebrity, a name - and I've actually met some that speak of To become a celebrity, a name - and I've actually met some that speak of themselves in the third person - it's scary. They become an object, not a human, complex, questioning thing where the cells are always changing. — Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Changing Your Name Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: So that was creepy as all get-out."I shivered. "No lie. Captain Mood Swing totally gives So that was creepy as all get-out."
I shivered. "No lie. Captain Mood Swing totally gives demons a bad name, which is quite an accomplishment."
But Jenna shook her head. "It wasn't him. Well,I mean, it was him, but not just him. It was the Council members. Did you see how weird they were with Nick and Daisy? Nick looked like he was seconds from blowing us all away, and no one said anything. And that stuff about changing his room?"
"Makes sense that they're scared of him," I said. "I'm a demon and I'm scared of him. — Rachel Hawkins
Changing Your Name Sayings By Lisa Schroeder: Everything's always changing.Nothing stays the same.Yesterday's gone forever,I've got memories and my name. Everything's always changing.
Nothing stays the same.
Yesterday's gone forever,
I've got memories and my name. — Lisa Schroeder
Changing Your Name Sayings By R. Kelly: I've called myself the Pied Piper, I've called myself the Weatherman, I've called myself Kellz, I've called myself the Pied Piper, I've called myself the Weatherman, I've called myself Kellz, I've called myself a lot of things, changing the name, switching it up, just flipping, remixing. But never to harm anybody. Never to make a deep statement for people to dig into and figure it out. — R. Kelly
Changing Your Name Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: Life, if you keep chasing it so hard, will drive you to death. Time - Life, if you keep chasing it so hard, will drive you to death. Time - when pursued like a bandit - will behave like one; always remaining one county or one room ahead of you, changing its name and hair color to elude you, slipping out the back door of the motel just as you're banging through the lobby with your newest search warrant, leaving only a burning cigarette in the ashtray to taunt you. At some point you have to stop because it won't. You have to admit that you can't catch it. That you're not supposed to catch it. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Changing Your Name Sayings By Witness Lee: The apostle Paul labored more abundantly than all the apostles; yet it was not he The apostle Paul labored more abundantly than all the apostles; yet it was not he but the grace of God that was with him. By the grace of God he was what he was (1 Cor. 15:10). He fulfilled God's purpose in his ministry by enjoying the Lord's sufficient grace (2 Cor. 12:9). Paul surely was drinking of the divine udder to receive the sufficient supply of grace. He did not exercise his natural strength to produce Ishmaels but enjoyed the rich supply of the sufficient grace to bring forth many Isaacs. He lived and worked in the way of "no longer I who live, but Christ" (Gal. 2:20). The real changing of a name is the change from I to Christ - El-Shaddai, the all-sufficient grace Supplier. Only Christ, not I, can fulfill God's purpose. — Witness Lee
Changing Your Name Sayings By Penn Dayton Badgley: I just think that the way the industry is changing and the world is changing, I just think that the way the industry is changing and the world is changing, it might make more sense in two years for bands to have a different band name every time. — Penn Dayton Badgley
Changing Your Name Sayings By Rocky Bridges: On Jose Gonzalez changing his name to Jose Uribe: 'He was definitely the player to On Jose Gonzalez changing his name to Jose Uribe: 'He was definitely the player to be named later.' — Rocky Bridges
Changing Your Name Sayings By Friedrich Engels: The Shawnees, Miamis and Delawares follow the custom of placing their children into the male The Shawnees, Miamis and Delawares follow the custom of placing their children into the male gens by giving them a gentile name belonging to the father's gens, so that they may be entitled to inherit. "Innate casuistry of man, to change the objects by changing their names, and to find loopholes for breaking tradition inside of tradition where a direct interest was a sufficient motive." (Marx.) — Friedrich Engels
Changing Your Name Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Believe me, I know what I'm talking about. I'm working class. Revolution or not, the Believe me, I know what I'm talking about. I'm working class. Revolution or not, the working class will just keep on scraping a living in the same old shitholes. And what is a revolution? It sure as
hell isn't just changing the name on city hall. But those guys don't know that - those guys with their big words. Tell me, Watanabe, have you ever seen a taxman? — Haruki Murakami
Changing Your Name Sayings By Joseph Heller: Yossarian decided to change the subject. "Now you're changing the subject." he pointed out diplomatically. Yossarian decided to change the subject. "Now you're changing the subject." he pointed out diplomatically. "I'll bet I can name two things to be miserable about for every one you can name to be thankful for. — Joseph Heller
Changing Your Name Sayings By Bob Dylan: I had stood outside of Poe's house on 3rd street, too, and had done the I had stood outside of Poe's house on 3rd street, too, and had done the same thing, staring mournfully up at the windows. The city was like some uncarved block without any name or shape and it showed no favoritism. Everything was always new, always changing. It was never the same old crowd upon the streets. — Bob Dylan
Changing Your Name Sayings By Daniel Tosh: Even the klan revamped their image by losing the hoods and changing their name to Even the klan revamped their image by losing the hoods and changing their name to the Tea Party. — Daniel Tosh
Changing Your Name Sayings By Sady Doyle: I doubt it's a strictly factual account, but these attitudes are deeply imbedded.Which means that I doubt it's a strictly factual account, but these attitudes are deeply imbedded.
Which means that our only hope of changing them, of ending the wrecks, lies not in stopping or even changing the Internet -- even with the best blocking functions, report-abuse functions, real-name transparency protocols, and twenty-four-hour moderation in the world, hate (to quite Jurassic Park) finds a way -- but in changing ourselves, and our definitions of womanhood. We have to stop believing that when a woman does something we don't like, we are qualified and entitled to punish her, violate her, or ruin her life. We have to change our ideas of what a "good" woman, or a "likable" woman, or simply a "woman who can leave her house without fearing for her life because she is a woman," can be. — Sady Doyle
Changing Your Name Sayings By Cassandra Clare: If you don't want them to find you, changing your last name seems a fairly If you don't want them to find you, changing your last name seems a fairly elementary first step. Trust me, I'm an expert. I've watched a lot of spy movies. — Cassandra Clare
Changing Your Name Sayings By Lauren Bacall: He named me. He liked the sound of it. And I said, well, all right. He named me. He liked the sound of it. And I said, well, all right. I felt a little odd about it. I don't understand all that name changing business anyway ... No, he felt that Lauren Bacall was better sounding than Betty Bacall. He had a vision of his own. He was a svengali. He wanted to mold me. He wanted to control me. And he did until Mr. Bogart got involved. — Lauren Bacall
Changing Your Name Sayings By Metta World Peace: Changing my name was meant to inspire and bring youth together all around the world, Changing my name was meant to inspire and bring youth together all around the world, — Metta World Peace
Changing Your Name Sayings By David Cross: I've been coming to this circle for about five years, and measuringit. The diameter and I've been coming to this circle for about five years, and measuring
it. The diameter and the circumference are constantly changing, but
the radius stays the same. Which brings me to the number 5. There are
five letters in the word Blaine. Now, if you mix up the letters in the
word Blaine, mix 'em around, eventually, you'll come up with Nebali.
Nebali. The name of a planet in a galaxy way, way, way... way far
away. And another thing. Once you go into that circle, the weather
never changes. It is always 67 degrees with a 40% chance of rain. — David Cross
Changing Your Name Sayings By Stephen Downes: E-learning as we know it has been around for ten years or so. During that E-learning as we know it has been around for ten years or so. During that time, it has emerged from being a radical idea
the effectiveness of which was yet to be proven
to something that is widely regarded as mainstream. It's the core to numerous business plans and a service offered by most colleges and universities. And now, e-learning is evolving with the World Wide Web as a whole and it's changing to a degree significant enough to warrant a new name: E-learning 2.0. — Stephen Downes
Changing Your Name Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: What do we call the river? Every moment the water is changing, the shore is What do we call the river? Every moment the water is changing, the shore is changing, every moment the environment is changing, what is the river then? It is the name of this series of changes. — Swami Vivekananda
Changing Your Name Sayings By Pete Postlethwaite: When I made a breakthrough as an actor, people started to say, 'Who's that bloke When I made a breakthrough as an actor, people started to say, 'Who's that bloke with the funny name?' They advised me to change it, saying it would never be put up in lights outside theaters because they couldn't afford the electricity. But I would never contemplate changing it. It's who I am. — Pete Postlethwaite
Changing Your Name Sayings By Margaret Atwood: The reason they invented coffins, to lock the dead in, preserve them, they put makeup The reason they invented coffins, to lock the dead in, preserve them, they put makeup on them; they didn't want them spreading or changing into anything else. The stone with the name and date was on them to weight them down. — Margaret Atwood
Changing Your Name Sayings By Terry Tempest Williams: These are difficult time, transformative times- times of extreme actions especially within our national parks. These are difficult time, transformative times- times of extreme actions especially within our national parks. Extreme drought. Extreme fires. Extreme development with extreme policy shifts needed in the name of global warming. The world is changing dramatically, both ecologically as well as politically. But I believe our greatest transformation as a species will be spiritual. The word "we" must include all species. — Terry Tempest Williams
Changing Your Name Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Revolution or not, the working class will keep on scraping a living in the same Revolution or not, the working class will keep on scraping a living in the same old shitholes. And what is a revolution? It sure as hell isn't just changing the name on city hall. — Haruki Murakami
Changing Your Name Sayings By Emily Watts: Our Company was participating in a management seminar in which we were taught a strategy Our Company was participating in a management seminar in which we were taught a strategy that goes by the unlovely name of 'reverse your buts.' I did not make this up! It works like this:
Maybe you're thinking, 'I love you, but you're driving me crazy.' Instead, try thinking, 'You're driving me crazy, but I love you. Isn't it amazing how different that feels? — Emily Watts
Changing Your Name Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: Once you start changing a name, you see, there's no reason ever to stop. One Once you start changing a name, you see, there's no reason ever to stop. One always hears one that sounds better. — Evelyn Waugh
Changing Your Name Sayings By Colum McCann: Wash your dress in running water. dry it on the southern side of a rock. Wash your dress in running water. dry it on the southern side of a rock. let them have four guesses and make them all wrong. take a fistful of snow in the summer heat. cook haluski in hot sweet butter. drink cold milk to clean your insides. be careful when you wake: breathing lets them know how asleep you are. don't hang your coat from a hook in the door. ignore curfew. remember weather by the voice of the wheel. do not become the fool they need you to become. change your name. lose your shoes. practice doubt. dress in oiled cloth around sickness. adore darkness. turn sideways in the wind. the changing of stories is a cheerful affair. give the impression of not having known. — Colum McCann
Changing Your Name Sayings By Michelle Phan: Social media is an ever-changing world. You want to be ready if a certain platform Social media is an ever-changing world. You want to be ready if a certain platform becomes red-hot, and you don't want someone else taking your company name as his or her handle. That does happen! — Michelle Phan
Changing Your Name Sayings By Nicholson Baker: As soon as you start doing that - changing things - it seems self-evident to As soon as you start doing that - changing things - it seems self-evident to me that you've entered the world of make-believe. If you pretend that it's true, and use your own name, you are misleading people. Fiction is looser and wilder and sometimes in the end more self-revealing, anyway. — Nicholson Baker
Changing Your Name Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Changing your name, it doesn't change your nature. Look at Sebastian - Jonathan. Calling himself Changing your name, it doesn't change your nature. Look at Sebastian - Jonathan. Calling himself Sebastian didn't make any difference in the end. I wanted to spurn the Herondale name because I thought I hated my father, but I don't hate him. He might have been weak and have made the wrong decisions, but he knew it. There's no reason for me to hate him. And there have been generations of Herondales before him - it's a family that's done a lot of good - and to let their whole house fall just to get back at my father would be a waste. — Cassandra Clare
Changing Your Name Sayings By Rajneesh: You can call it tathata, suchness. 'Suchness' is a Buddhist way of expressing that there You can call it tathata, suchness. 'Suchness' is a Buddhist way of expressing that there is something in you which always remains in its intrinsic nature, never changing. It always remains in its selfsame essence, eternally so. That is your real nature. That which changes is not you, that is mind. That which does not change in you is buddha-mind. You can call it no-mind, you can call it samadhi, satori. It depends upon you; you can give it whatsoever name you want. You can call it christ-consciousness. — Rajneesh