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Choosing A Course Sayings By Peter Megargee Brown: In choosing a course of action, it's best to take the tack of kindness. In choosing a course of action, it's best to take the tack of kindness. — Peter Megargee Brown
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Robert Jeffress: President Obama is not the Antichrist. But what I am saying is this: the course President Obama is not the Antichrist. But what I am saying is this: the course he is choosing to lead our nation is paving the way for the future reign of the Antichrist. — Robert Jeffress
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Megyn Kelly: But of course, as with anything along those lines, there are limits to that refreshment. But of course, as with anything along those lines, there are limits to that refreshment. Someone can tell it like is and then drop the N-word on you, and suddenly you're not feeling refreshed any long; you're feeling offended. I'm no lover of being overly PC, but there is a limit on how far the overconnection to that can go. You can't justify everything that way. We still want to live within the bounds of decency with one another, so I hope--especially when choosing our leaders, whose behavior should inspire us and may be modeled by our children. They should be held to a higher standard. — Megyn Kelly
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Pete Seeger: I believe that my choosing my present course I do no dishonor to them, or I believe that my choosing my present course I do no dishonor to them, or to those who may come after me. — Pete Seeger
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Choosing A Course Sayings By John C. Maxwell: By choosing to embrace and practice good values every day, you choose the higher course By choosing to embrace and practice good values every day, you choose the higher course in life. And your life goes in a direction that you will always feel good about. You may not always get what you desire, but you will always be the person you desire to be. — John C. Maxwell
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Hannah Arendt: The point was that the 'continual toil' and want of leisure of the majority of The point was that the 'continual toil' and want of leisure of the majority of the population would automatically exclude them from active participation in government though, of course, not from being represented and from choosing their representatives. But representation is no more than a matter of 'self-preservation' or self-interest, necessary to protect the lives of the labourers and to shield them against the encroachment of government; these essentially negative safeguards by no means open the political realm to the many, nor can they arouse in them that 'passion for distinction' - the 'desire not only to equal or resemble, but to excel' - which, according to John Adams, 'next to self-preservation will forever be the great spring of human actions'. Hence the predicament of the poor after their self-preservation has been assured is that their lives are without consequence, and that they remain excluded from the light of the public realm where excellence can shine; — Hannah Arendt
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Choosing A Course Sayings By William MacAskill: Even in what seem like "unquantifiable" areas like political change and disaster prevention, we can Even in what seem like "unquantifiable" areas like political change and disaster prevention, we can still think rigorously, in an evidence-based manner, about how good those activities are. We just need to assess the chances of success and how good success would be if it happened. This, of course, is very difficult to do, but we will make better decisions if we at least try to make these assessments rather than simply throwing up our hands and randomly choosing an activity to pursue, or worse, not choosing any altruistic activity at all. — William MacAskill
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Edward Zwick: I never thought about that ever throughout the entire course of my career about choosing I never thought about that ever throughout the entire course of my career about choosing a specific role because it would make me seem more man-like. — Edward Zwick
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Choosing A Course Sayings By A.C. Grayling: That is one of the reasons why religion has survived into the modern world: it That is one of the reasons why religion has survived into the modern world: it tells people what to think and do, gratifying their reluctance to make the effort, or to take the risk, of achieving self-understanding and on that basis choosing a course that would be a fulfilling expression of their individual talents for living well. In wanting a quick answer to 'what should I do, how should I live?' people grab a one-size-fits-all model from a shelf in the ideas supermarket, and leave it at that. — A.C. Grayling
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Martin Seligman: I'm all for past influences; the question is whether they are deterministic. Freud and the I'm all for past influences; the question is whether they are deterministic. Freud and the behaviorists argue that what we are at any given moment is billiard balls whose past determines our future course. That doesn't take into account that we are forever generating internal representations of positive futures and choosing among them. — Martin Seligman
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Choosing A Course Sayings By K.E. Garvey: A universal truth that most mature women have learned, often the hard way ... When A universal truth that most mature women have learned, often the hard way ... When choosing a mate, keep in mind, only nature has the ability to turn sand into pearls. If the relationship isn't happy, healthy, or working, move on ... unless of course you prefer sand. — K.E. Garvey
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Choosing A Course Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: Christmas was a response of the choice of mankind to take its existence into its Christmas was a response of the choice of mankind to take its existence into its own hands and chart its own course, liberally scripting its own ethics, crafting its own moral system, and choosing to believe that it was the creator and therefore master of its fate. Christmas is a response to mankind reeling off the pages of history and splattering the blood of lives and generations wasted along its free-wheeling course. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Choosing A Course Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: For a short while she considered the idea of orchestral courtesy. Certainly one should avoid For a short while she considered the idea of orchestral courtesy. Certainly one should avoid giving political offence: German orchestras, of course, used to be careful about playing Wagner abroad, at least in some countries, choosing instead German composers who were somewhat more ... apologetic. — Alexander McCall Smith
Choosing A Course Sayings By Jay Leno: President Bush said he was 'troubled' by gay people getting married in San Francisco. He President Bush said he was 'troubled' by gay people getting married in San Francisco. He said on important issues like this the people should make the decision, not judges. Unless of course we're choosing a president, then he prefers judges. — Jay Leno
Choosing A Course Sayings By Bill Nye: The carbon fee would raise the cost of the things you buy (since right now The carbon fee would raise the cost of the things you buy (since right now there is some carbon emitted in the production and distribution of pretty much everything). That's a little less money in your pocket. But at the end of the year, the government would take all of the money collected by the carbon fee, divide it up, and give it back to you as a dividend check. By you, of course, I mean all of you. The government wouldn't keep any of the money. All the fee would do is put a realistic price on the carbon we dump into the environment. Every factory, every company would have an incentive to reduce emissions, because then they could sell things at a lower price. Consumers, given a choice between a low-carbon pair of jeans and a high-carbon pair of jeans, would see a cost advantage in choosing the former. If you live a low-carbon lifestyle all year, when your dividend check arrives you will find that you came out ahead. — Bill Nye
Choosing A Course Sayings By Anne Lamott: Trappings and charm wear off, I've learned. The book of welcome says, Let people see Trappings and charm wear off, I've learned. The book of welcome says, Let people see you. They see that your upper arms are beautiful, soft and clean and warm, and then they will see this about their own, some of the time. It's called having friends, choosing each other, getting found, being fished out of the rubble. It blows you away, how this wonderful event happened - me in your life, you in mine. Two parts fit together. This hadn't occurred all that often, but now that it does, it's the wildest experience. It could almost make a believer out of you. Of course, life will randomly go to hell every so often, too. Cold winds arrive and prick you; the rain falls down your neck; darkness comes. But now there are two of you. Holy Moly. — Anne Lamott
Choosing A Course Sayings By Margaret Atwood: i)We are hard on each otherand call it honesty,choosing our jagged truthswith care and aiming i)
We are hard on each other
and call it honesty,
choosing our jagged truths
with care and aiming them across
the neutral table.

The things we say are
true; it is our crooked
aims, our choices
turn them criminal.

ii)
Of course your lies
are more amusing:
you make them new each time.

Your truths, painful and boring
repeat themselves over & over
perhaps because you own
so few of them

iii)
A truth should exist,
it should not be used
like this. If I love you

is that a fact or a weapon?

iv)
Does the body lie
moving like this, are these
touches, hairs, wet
soft marble my tongue runs over
lies you are telling me?

Your body is not a word,
it does not lie or
speak truth either.

It is only
here or not here. — Margaret Atwood
Choosing A Course Sayings By Thomas Carlyle: Poverty, we may say, surrounds a man with ready-made barriers, which if they do mournfully Poverty, we may say, surrounds a man with ready-made barriers, which if they do mournfully gall and hamper, do at least prescribe for him, and force on him, a sort of course and goal; a safe and beaten, though a circuitous, course. A great part of his guidance is secure against fatal error, is withdrawn from his control. The rich, again, has his whole life to guide, without goal or barrier, save of his own choosing, and, tempted, is too likely to guide it ill. — Thomas Carlyle
Choosing A Course Sayings By Scott Hildreth: If we aren't focused on living life to the best of our ability, we're slowly If we aren't focused on living life to the best of our ability, we're slowly dying a death that's of our own choosing. The odd thing is we get to pick the course we take. Why would someone choose not to live life at full capacity? Scott Hildreth, Unleashed — Scott Hildreth
Choosing A Course Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: I will not give you counsel, saying do this, or do that. For not in I will not give you counsel, saying do this, or do that. For not in doing or contriving, nor in choosing between this course and another, can I avail; but only in knowing what was and is, and in part also what shall be. — J.R.R. Tolkien
Choosing A Course Sayings By Wendy Webb: Over the course of one's life, Julia, there are actions that pave the way for Over the course of one's life, Julia, there are actions that pave the way for everything else that comes after, good or bad. Simple moments: Turning right instead of left on the street and running headlong into the man you'll marry. Choosing a ham sandwich instead of soup at the deli and choking on it. Diving into a pool of water and cracking your head on the bottom, paralyzing yourself for life. — Wendy Webb
Choosing A Course Sayings By Brian Keephimattracted: They didn't become great guys by choosing the easy road. So meeting a woman who They didn't become great guys by choosing the easy road. So meeting a woman who has high standards only makes them more attracted to her. They love women who have strong personal boundaries and are confident enough to know what they want and demand it. High-quality men always respect women who do not tolerate manipulative games and have solid standards. Those standards need to be realistic, of course. Some women have impossible standards. Both — Brian Keephimattracted
Choosing A Course Sayings By Woodrow Wilson: I am the friend of peace and mean to preserve it for America so long I am the friend of peace and mean to preserve it for America so long as I am able ... No course of my choosing or of their (nations at war) will lead to war. War can come only by the wilful acts and aggressions of others. — Woodrow Wilson
Choosing A Course Sayings By L.B. Simmons: Every being in this world makes an impact on at least one person they encounter Every being in this world makes an impact on at least one person they encounter during their lifetime. You can change the course of someone's life by just a kind word, a hateful one, or even by simply choosing not to say anything at all. Every choice you make has the potential to create a ripple effect, trickling into and affecting the lives of others. — L.B. Simmons
Choosing A Course Sayings By Graham Greene: I couldn't help wondering, is my husband so unattractive that no woman has ever wanted I couldn't help wondering, is my husband so unattractive that no woman has ever wanted him? Except me, of course. I must have wanted him, in a way, once, but I've forgotten why, and I was too young to know what I was choosing. — Graham Greene
Choosing A Course Sayings By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Most of us become so rigidly fixed in the ruts carved out by genetic programming Most of us become so rigidly fixed in the ruts carved out by genetic programming and social conditioning that we ignore the options of choosing any other course of action. Living exclusively by genetic and social instructions is fine as long as everything goes well. But the moment bioloical or social goals are frustrated- which in the long run is inevitable - a person must formulate new goals, and create a new flow activity for himself, or else he will always waste his energies in inner turmoil. — Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Choosing A Course Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: And when she told us her wedding song - of course, they've already picked their And when she told us her wedding song - of course, they've already picked their wedding song, and of course, it's "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong - I said that choosing that song is the sonic equivalent of buying picture frames and never replacing the photos of the models. — Rainbow Rowell
Choosing A Course Sayings By Emma Barrett: Whereas experts spend more time diagnosing the situation and less time choosing a course of Whereas experts spend more time diagnosing the situation and less time choosing a course of action, novices are inclined to focus on possible actions at the expense of situation assessment. — Emma Barrett
Choosing A Course Sayings By Dallin H. Oaks: judgments in choosing our friends, in choosing how we will spend our time and our judgments in choosing our friends, in choosing how we will spend our time and our money, and, of course, in choosing an eternal companion. Some of these intermediate judgments are surely among those the Savior referenced when he taught that "the weightier matters of the law" include judgment (Matthew 23:23). — Dallin H. Oaks
Choosing A Course Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: When everyone feels free to tell you the truth, respect for you dwindles ... A When everyone feels free to tell you the truth, respect for you dwindles ... A wise prince should take another course: choose wise men for your advisors, and allow only them the liberty of speaking the truth to the prince, and only on matters about which you ask, and nothing else. But you should question them about everything, listen patiently to their opinions, then form your own conclusions later. — Niccolo Machiavelli
Choosing A Course Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: Taking risks, choosing growth, challenging ourselves, and asking for promotions (with smiles on our faces, Taking risks, choosing growth, challenging ourselves, and asking for promotions (with smiles on our faces, of course) are all important elements of managing a career. — Sheryl Sandberg
Choosing A Course Sayings By Tracy Kidder: No one keeps track of the hours we work," said Ken Holberger. He grinned. "That's No one keeps track of the hours we work," said Ken Holberger. He grinned. "That's not altruism on Data General's part. If anybody kept track, they'd have to pay us a hell of a lot more than they do." Yet it is a fact, not entirely lost on management consultants, that some people would rather work twelve hours a day of their own choosing than eight that are prescribed. Provided, of course, that the work is interesting. That was the main thing. — Tracy Kidder
Choosing A Course Sayings By James Payn: Nature of course is the best guide in the matter of choosing a pursuit. Nature of course is the best guide in the matter of choosing a pursuit. — James Payn
Choosing A Course Sayings By Francine Ward: Every one of us alone has the power to direct the course of our lives Every one of us alone has the power to direct the course of our lives by choosing what actions we will or won't taken..

While sometimes it's easier to believe you don't have a choice, The reality in that..
YOU ALWAYS HAVE A
CHOICE TO BEHAVE
DIFFERENTY — Francine Ward
Choosing A Course Sayings By Jacques Pepin: Just because I am a chef doesn't mean I don't rely on fast recipes. Indeed, Just because I am a chef doesn't mean I don't rely on fast recipes. Indeed, we all have moments when, pressed for time, we'll use a can of tuna and a tomato for a first course. It's a question of choosing the right recipes for the rest of the menu. — Jacques Pepin
Choosing A Course Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: Fear is choosing the safe course Fear is choosing the safe course — George Bernard Shaw