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Coincide Sayings By Andrew Coyle Bradley: In the first place, it must be remembered that our point of view in examining In the first place, it must be remembered that our point of view in examining the construction of a play will not always coincide with that which we occupy in thinking of its whole dramatic effect. — Andrew Coyle Bradley
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Coincide Sayings By Mark Twain: When your opinions start to coincide with those of the majority, it is time to When your opinions start to coincide with those of the majority, it is time to reconsider your opinions. — Mark Twain
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Coincide Sayings By Carl Jung: It is only through the psyche that we can establish that God acts upon us, It is only through the psyche that we can establish that God acts upon us, but we are unable to distinguish whether these actions emanate from God or from the unconscious. We cannot tell whether God and the unconscious are two different entities. Both are border-line concepts for transcendental contents. But empirically it can be established, with a sufficient degree of probability, that there is in the unconscious an archetype of wholeness. Strictly speaking, the God-image does not coincide with the unconscious as such, but with this special content of it, namely the archetype of the Self. — Carl Jung
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Coincide Sayings By Paul Rotha: A film in which the speech and sound effects are perfectly synchronized and coincide with A film in which the speech and sound effects are perfectly synchronized and coincide with their visual image on the screen is absolutely contrary to the aims of cinema. It is a degenerate and misguided attempt to destroy the real use of the film and cannot be accepted as coming within the true boundaries of the cinema. — Paul Rotha
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Coincide Sayings By Vladimir Putin: Today's meeting was extremely important and brought exceptional results, ... The talks have shown that Today's meeting was extremely important and brought exceptional results, ... The talks have shown that the long-term national and geopolitical interests of Russia and India coincide. — Vladimir Putin
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Coincide Sayings By Mike McCready: I think our relationship with Epic had run its natural course, and it happened to I think our relationship with Epic had run its natural course, and it happened to coincide with the fulfillment of our contract. We decided not to resign with them. — Mike McCready
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Coincide Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: The ideas of debtor and creditor as to what constitutes a good time never coincide. The ideas of debtor and creditor as to what constitutes a good time never coincide. — P.G. Wodehouse
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Coincide Sayings By Alexander Hamilton: The desire of reward is one of the strongest incentives of human conduct; ... the The desire of reward is one of the strongest incentives of human conduct; ... the best security for the fidelity of mankind is to make their interest coincide with their duty. — Alexander Hamilton
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Coincide Sayings By Theodore H. White: Liberalism: for every complicated problem there exists both an intellectual and a moral solution and Liberalism: for every complicated problem there exists both an intellectual and a moral solution and they coincide. — Theodore H. White
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Coincide Sayings By Immanuel Kant: A will whose maxims necessarily coincide with the laws of autonomy is a holy will, A will whose maxims necessarily coincide with the laws of autonomy is a holy will, good absolutely. The dependence of a will not absolutely good on the principle of autonomy (moral necessitation) is obligation. This, then, cannot be applied to a holy being. The objective necessity of actions from obligation is called duty. From what has just been said, it is easy to see how it happens that, although the conception of duty implies subjection to the law, we yet ascribe a certain dignity and sublimity to the person who fulfills all his duties. There is not, indeed, any sublimity in him, so far as he is subject to the moral law; but inasmuch as in regard to that very law he is likewise a legislator, and on that account alone subject to it, he has sublimity. We have also shown above that neither fear nor inclination, but simply respect for the law, is the spring which can give actions a moral worth. — Immanuel Kant
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Coincide Sayings By Paul Bowles: The Istiqlal was powerful, which did not at all coincide with his conception of it, The Istiqlal was powerful, which did not at all coincide with his conception of it, nor with the picture the organization painted of itself: a purely defensive group of selfless martyrs who were willing to brave the brutality of the French in order to bring hope to their suffering countrymen. — Paul Bowles
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Coincide Sayings By Dallas Willard: Accordingly, I believe the most adequate description of prayer is simply, "Talking to God about Accordingly, I believe the most adequate description of prayer is simply, "Talking to God about what we are doing together." That immediately focuses the activity where we are but at the same time drives the egotism out of it. Requests will naturally be made in the course of this conversational walk. Prayer is a matter of explicitly sharing with God my concerns about what he too is concerned about in my life. And of course he is concerned about my concerns and, in particular, that my concerns should coincide with his. This is our walk together. Out of it I pray. — Dallas Willard
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Coincide Sayings By Jean Baudrillard: It is with this same imperialism that present-day simulators attempt to make the real, all It is with this same imperialism that present-day simulators attempt to make the real, all of the real, coincide with their models of simulation. — Jean Baudrillard
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Coincide Sayings By Victor Pelevin: The author's opinions do not necessarily coincide with his point of view. The author's opinions do not necessarily coincide with his point of view. — Victor Pelevin
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Coincide Sayings By Alessandro Del Piero: I'm the leading scorer in the cup, and that's lovely, but don't forget this is I'm the leading scorer in the cup, and that's lovely, but don't forget this is also a great moment for the whole squad, when the two things coincide you can't ask for more. — Alessandro Del Piero
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Coincide Sayings By Katrine Marcal: Extreme inequality and financial crisis usually coincide. But the elite who cause it usually come Extreme inequality and financial crisis usually coincide. But the elite who cause it usually come out OK. And they are usually man. — Katrine Marcal
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Coincide Sayings By Nan Fairbrother: It is always one of the tragedies of any relationship, even between people sensitive to It is always one of the tragedies of any relationship, even between people sensitive to each other's moods, that the moments of emotion so rarely coincide. — Nan Fairbrother
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Coincide Sayings By Roy Pascal: On the one side are the truths of fact, on the other the truth of On the one side are the truths of fact, on the other the truth of the writer's feeling, and where the two coincide cannot be decided by any outside authority in advance. — Roy Pascal
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Coincide Sayings By Karl Marx: By the aristocracy of finance must here be understood not merely the great loan promoters By the aristocracy of finance must here be understood not merely the great loan promoters and speculators in public funds, in regard to whom it is immediately obvious that their interests coincide with the interests of the state power. All modern finance, the whole of the banking business, is interwoven in the closest fashion with public credit. — Karl Marx
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Coincide Sayings By Roy Hattersley: Morality and expediency coincide more than the cynics allow. Morality and expediency coincide more than the cynics allow. — Roy Hattersley
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Coincide Sayings By Marcel Proust: We never see the people who are dear to us save in the animated system, We never see the people who are dear to us save in the animated system, the perpetual motion of our incessant love for them, which, before allowing the images that their faces present to reach us, seizes them in its vortex and flings them back upon the idea that we have always had of them, makes them adhere to it, coincide with it. How, since into the forehead and the cheeks of my grandmother I had been accustomed to read all the most delicate, the most permanent qualities of her mind, how, since every habitual glance is an act of necromancy, each face that we love a mirror of the past, how could I have failed to overlook what had become dulled and changed in her, seeing that in the most trivial spectacles of our daily life, our eyes, charged with thought, neglect, as would a classical tragedy, every image that does not contribute to the action of the play and retain only those that may help to make its purpose intelligible. — Marcel Proust
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Coincide Sayings By Ernesto Che Guevara: The first commandment for every good explorer is that an expedition has two points: the The first commandment for every good explorer is that an expedition has two points: the point of departure and the point of arrival. If your intention is to make the second theoretical point coincide with the actual point of arrival, don't think about the means
because the journey is a virtual space that finishes when it finishes, and there are as many means as there are different ways of 'finishing.' That is to say, the means are endless. — Ernesto Che Guevara
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Coincide Sayings By Paolo Soleri: It is only logical that the pauperization of our soul and the soul of society It is only logical that the pauperization of our soul and the soul of society coincide with the pauperization of the environment. One is the cause and the reflection of the other. — Paolo Soleri
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Coincide Sayings By Jack Sparrow: Will Turner: This is either madness... or brilliance.Jack Sparrow: It's remarkable how often those two Will Turner: This is either madness... or brilliance.

Jack Sparrow: It's remarkable how often those two traits coincide. — Jack Sparrow
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Coincide Sayings By Myrtle Reed: The heart's seasons seldom coincide with the calendar. Who among us has not been made The heart's seasons seldom coincide with the calendar. Who among us has not been made desolate beyond all words upon some golden day when the little creatures of the air and meadow were life incarnate, from sheer joy of living? Who among us has not come home, singing, when the streets were almost impassable with snow, or met a friend with a happy, smiling face, in the midst of a pouring rain? — Myrtle Reed
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Coincide Sayings By Roland Barthes: Ensnared in his starvation, Chaplin-man is always just below political awareness. A strike is a Ensnared in his starvation, Chaplin-man is always just below political awareness. A strike is a catastrophe for him because it threatens a man truly blinded by his hunger; this man achieves an awareness of the working-class condition only when the poor man and the proletarian coincide under the gaze (and the blows) of the police. — Roland Barthes
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Coincide Sayings By Jorge Luis Borges: Then he reflected that reality does not usually coincide with our anticipation of it; with Then he reflected that reality does not usually coincide with our anticipation of it; with a logic of his own he inferred that to forsee a circumstantial detail is to prevent its happening. Trusting in this weak magic, he invented, so that they would not happen, the most gruesome details. — Jorge Luis Borges
Coincide Sayings By Wesley Eisold: I like walking around and listening to music. When my steps coincide with a beat, I like walking around and listening to music. When my steps coincide with a beat, in my head I feel in unison with the world that I'm living in. — Wesley Eisold
Coincide Sayings By Annie Dillard: The mind itself is an art object. It is a Mondrian canvas onto whose homemade The mind itself is an art object. It is a Mondrian canvas onto whose homemade grids it fits its own preselected products. Our knowledge is contextual and only contextual. Ordering and invention coincide: we call their collaboration knowledge. — Annie Dillard
Coincide Sayings By Dan Brown: Originally," Langdon said, "Christianity honored the Jewish Sabbath of Saturday, but Constantine shifted it to Originally," Langdon said, "Christianity honored the Jewish Sabbath of Saturday, but Constantine shifted it to coincide with the pagan's veneration day of the sun." He paused, grinning. "To this day, most churchgoers attend services on Sunday morning with no idea that they are there on account of the pagan sun god's weekly tribute - Sunday. — Dan Brown
Coincide Sayings By Roland Barthes: The discourse on the Text should itself be nothing other than text, research, textual activity, The discourse on the Text should itself be nothing other than text, research, textual activity, since the Text is that social space which leaves no language safe, outside, nor any subject of the enunciation in position as judge, master, analyst, confessor, decoder. The theory of the Text can coincide only with a practice of writing. — Roland Barthes
Coincide Sayings By Joni E. Johnston: Your genes may be causing your blues! We now know depression runs in families and Your genes may be causing your blues! We now know depression runs in families and chemical changes in the brain coincide with clinical depression. Medications, psychotherapy, and other treatments can adjust these changes and chase depression away. — Joni E. Johnston
Coincide Sayings By John Dewey: The breakdown of his(Plato's) philosophy is made apparent in the fact that he could not The breakdown of his(Plato's) philosophy is made apparent in the fact that he could not trust to gradual improvements in education to bring about a better society which should then improve education, and so on indefinitely. Correct education could not come into existence until an ideal state existed, and after that education would be devoted simply to its conservation. For the existence of this state he was obliged to trust to some happy accident by which philosophic wisdom should happen to coincide with possession of ruling power in the state. — John Dewey
Coincide Sayings By Jane Austen: I could not be happy with a man whose taste did not in every point I could not be happy with a man whose taste did not in every point coincide with my own. He must enter in all my feelings; the same books, the same music must charm us both. — Jane Austen
Coincide Sayings By Robin Hobb: There are endings. There are beginnings. Sometimes they coincide, with the ending of one thing There are endings. There are beginnings. Sometimes they coincide, with the ending of one thing marking the beginning of another. But sometimes there is simply a long space after an ending, a time when it seems everything has ended and nothing else can ever begin. — Robin Hobb
Coincide Sayings By Jose Marti: Men are products, expressions, reflections; they live to the extent that they coincide with their Men are products, expressions, reflections; they live to the extent that they coincide with their epoch, or to the extent that they differ markedly from it. — Jose Marti
Coincide Sayings By Said Sayrafiezadeh: Love and happiness inextricably combined? I wanted love stories to coincide with war stories, I Love and happiness inextricably combined? I wanted love stories to coincide with war stories, I wanted hope for my characters, I wanted a sense of a future. So do they. So does the reader. But perhaps I shouldn't speak for everyone when I say that love and happiness are interdependent. In my own experience, happiness came with love. Specifically, my wife. That's when my own apathy and stasis ended for good. — Said Sayrafiezadeh
Coincide Sayings By Jane Bennett: A life thus names a restless activeness, a destructive-creative force-presence that does not coincide fully A life thus names a restless activeness, a destructive-creative force-presence that does not coincide fully with any specific body. A life tear the fabric of the actual without ever coming fully 'out' in a person, place, or thing. A life points to ... 'matter in variation that enters assemblages and leaves them. A life is a vitality proper not to any individual but to 'pure immanence,' or that protean swarm that is not actual though it is real: 'A life contains only virtuals. It is made of virtualities. — Jane Bennett
Coincide Sayings By Yukio Mishima: Quite possibly, what I call happiness may coincide with what others call the moment of Quite possibly, what I call happiness may coincide with what others call the moment of imminent danger — Yukio Mishima
Coincide Sayings By Frederick Lenz: Some people have a very strange idea that material success does not coincide harmoniously with Some people have a very strange idea that material success does not coincide harmoniously with self-realization, which is absurd. The aversion to material success, or the clinging to it, is an attachment. — Frederick Lenz
Coincide Sayings By Woody Allen: Ads answered out of desperation in the New York Review of Books proved equally futile Ads answered out of desperation in the New York Review of Books proved equally futile as ... the 'Bay Area Bisexual' told me I didn't quite coincide with either of her desires. — Woody Allen
Coincide Sayings By Albert Camus: Christ, for Nietzsche as for Tolstoy, is not a rebel. The essence of His doctrine Christ, for Nietzsche as for Tolstoy, is not a rebel. The essence of His doctrine is
summed up in total consent and in nonresistance to evil. Thou shalt not kill, even to prevent killing. The
world must be accepted as it is, nothing must be added to its unhappiness, but you must consent to suffer
personally from the evil it contains. The kingdom of heaven is within our immediate reach. It is only an
inner inclination which allows us to make our actions coincide with these principles and which can give
us immediate salvation. Not faith but deeds - that, according to Nietzsche, is Christ's message. From then
on, the history of Christianity is nothing but a long betrayal of
this message. The New Testament is already corrupted, and from the time of Paul to the Councils,
subservience to faith leads to the neglect of deeds. — Albert Camus
Coincide Sayings By Anya Seton: God's will usually seemed to coincide with her father's, and against this partnership there was God's will usually seemed to coincide with her father's, and against this partnership there was no hope of appeal. — Anya Seton
Coincide Sayings By Alistair Cooke: The best compliment to a child or a friend is the feeling you give him The best compliment to a child or a friend is the feeling you give him that he has been set free to make his own inquiries, to come to conclusions that are right for him, whether or not they coincide with your own. — Alistair Cooke
Coincide Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: There are times in life when the best part of our life and the worst There are times in life when the best part of our life and the worst part seemingly coincide, especially those periods that demark commencement of significant personal transformation. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Coincide Sayings By Pierre Teilhard De Chardin: As a result of changes which, over the last century, have modified our empirically based As a result of changes which, over the last century, have modified our empirically based pictures of the world and hence the moral value of many of its elements, the "human religious ideal" inclines to stress certain tendencies and to express itself in terms which seem, at first sight, no longer to coincide with the "christian religious ideal". — Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
Coincide Sayings By Bernd Heinrich: We deny that we are part of the feast and seek to remove ourselves from We deny that we are part of the feast and seek to remove ourselves from it, even though we kill and consume animals by the billions and permanently remove the life resources for many more. But not one animal is allowed to consume us, even after we are dead. Not even the worms. We need a new creation story that connects us to nature and to others, one that can give us strength-- that can make us real rather than rich. Nature, religions, and science coincide on the real: kinship with each other and with the mountains and prairies, oceans and forests. — Bernd Heinrich
Coincide Sayings By Albert Camus: Skipping the intermediary stages, it suffices to say that this synthesis, after being incarnated in Skipping the intermediary stages, it suffices to say that this synthesis, after being incarnated in the Church
and in Reason, culminates in the absolute State, founded by the soldier workers, where the spirit of the world will be finally reflected in the mutual recognition of each by all and in the universal reconciliation of everything that has ever existed under the sun. At this moment, "when the eyes of the spirit coincide with the eyes of the body," each individual consciousness will be nothing more than a mirror reflecting another mirror, itself reflected to infinity in infinitely recurring images. The City of God will coincide with the city of humanity; and universal history, sitting in judgment on the world, will pass its sentence by which good and evil will be justified. The State will play the part of Destiny and will proclaim its approval of every aspect of reality on
"the sacred day of the Presence. — Albert Camus
Coincide Sayings By Theodore Volgoff: Destiny is the point where your circumstances and your actions coincide. Destiny is the point where your circumstances and your actions coincide. — Theodore Volgoff
Coincide Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: In the case of money, subjective use-value and subjective exchange-value coincide. Both are derived from In the case of money, subjective use-value and subjective exchange-value coincide. Both are derived from objective exchange-value, for money has no utility other than that arising from the possibility of obtaining other economic goods in exchange for it. — Ludwig Von Mises
Coincide Sayings By Hannah Arendt: The totalitarian attempt at global conquest and total domination has been the destructive way out The totalitarian attempt at global conquest and total domination has been the destructive way out of all impasses. Its victory may coincide with the destruction of humanity; wherever it has ruled, it has begun to destroy the essence of man. — Hannah Arendt
Coincide Sayings By Bessie Head: I have often noticed that the need for cash and the production of a masterpiece I have often noticed that the need for cash and the production of a masterpiece just don't coincide with me. Money will hit me at a big off-period and genius will hit me in starvation, that is, I often get the money when I don't think I deserve it and have been lolling around for days and days thinking the most abysmal thoughts. — Bessie Head
Coincide Sayings By Pierre-Paul Grasse: We add that it would be all too easy to object that mutations have no We add that it would be all too easy to object that mutations have no evolutionary effect because they are eliminated by natural selection. Lethal mutations (the worst kind) are effectively eliminated, but others persist as alleles ... Mutants are present within every population, from bacteria to man. There can be no doubt about it. But for the evolutionist, the essential lies elsewhere: in the fact that mutations do not coincide with evolution. — Pierre-Paul Grasse
Coincide Sayings By Giordano Bruno: Our ... reduceth to a single origin and relateth to a single , and maketh Our ... reduceth to a single origin and relateth to a single , and maketh contraries to coincide so that there is one primal foundation both of origin and of end. From this coincidence of contraries, we deduce that ultimately it is divinely true that contraries are within contraries; wherefore it is not difficult to compass the knowledge that each thing is within every other. — Giordano Bruno
Coincide Sayings By Benito Mussolini: Fascism accepts the individual only insofar as his interests coincide with the state's. Fascism accepts the individual only insofar as his interests coincide with the state's. — Benito Mussolini
Coincide Sayings By Sergey Lavrov: We have certain differences over the ways to pursue our goals, but our final aims We have certain differences over the ways to pursue our goals, but our final aims coincide, in my opinion. — Sergey Lavrov
Coincide Sayings By Mario Vargas-Llosa: The real truth is one thing, and the literary truth is another; and there is The real truth is one thing, and the literary truth is another; and there is nothing more difficult than to want both truths to coincide. — Mario Vargas-Llosa
Coincide Sayings By Aeschylus: Yet though a man gets many wounds in breast, He dieth not, unless the appointed Yet though a man gets many wounds in breast, He dieth not, unless the appointed time, The limit of his life's span, coincide; Nor does the man who by the hearth at home Sits still, escape the doom that Fate decrees. — Aeschylus
Coincide Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: The interests of a nation, when well understood, will be found to coincide with their The interests of a nation, when well understood, will be found to coincide with their moral duties. — Thomas Jefferson
Coincide Sayings By Elaine Pagels: I an not saying that religious ideas are nothing but a cover for political motives I an not saying that religious ideas are nothing but a cover for political motives [...]. Instead, I intend to show that religious insights and moral choices, in actual experience, coincide with practical ones. — Elaine Pagels
Coincide Sayings By Kevin Gates: Jail and the streets go hand in hand. You can't have one with out the Jail and the streets go hand in hand. You can't have one with out the other. They coincide. — Kevin Gates
Coincide Sayings By Felix Dennis: I should have liked to get married, but over many decades I have lived essentially I should have liked to get married, but over many decades I have lived essentially alone. I go to sleep when I'm tired, get up when I wake up, have my food prepared when I'm hungry. I can't bear the thought that I'd have to coincide, make an effort. — Felix Dennis
Coincide Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: You wanted God's ideas about what was best for you to coincide with your ideas, You wanted God's ideas about what was best for you to coincide with your ideas, but you also wanted him to be the almighty Creator of heaven and earth so that he could properly fulfill your
wish. And yet, if he were to share your ideas, he would cease to be the almighty Father. — Soren Kierkegaard
Coincide Sayings By Agatha Christie: A malformation of the grey cells may coincide quite easily with the face of a A malformation of the grey cells may coincide quite easily with the face of a Madonna. — Agatha Christie
Coincide Sayings By M. Scott Peck: We do not know what our pets are thinking. This lack of knowledge allows us We do not know what our pets are thinking. This lack of knowledge allows us to project onto our pets our own thoughts and feelings, and thereby to feel an emotional closeness with them which may not correspond to reality at all. Second, we find our pets satisfactory only insofar as their wills coincide with ours. This is the basis on which we generally select our pets, and if their wills begin to diverge significantly from our own, we get rid of them. We don't keep pets around very long when they protest or fight back against us. — M. Scott Peck
Coincide Sayings By Tillie Olsen: Time granted does not necessarily coincide with time that can be most fully used. Time granted does not necessarily coincide with time that can be most fully used. — Tillie Olsen
Coincide Sayings By Jodi Kantor: I guess there were things about the Obamas I discovered that I do think are I guess there were things about the Obamas I discovered that I do think are universal to marriage. I found it very interesting in my reporting that their most difficult periods in the White House almost never seemed to coincide. When one was down, the other one was holding it together. In my experience, that's true of marriage generally. — Jodi Kantor
Coincide Sayings By Malcolm De Chazal: Our expression and our words never coincide, which is why the animals don't understand us. Our expression and our words never coincide, which is why the animals don't understand us. — Malcolm De Chazal
Coincide Sayings By Bertolt Brecht: Art and science coincide insofar as both aim to improve the lives of men and Art and science coincide insofar as both aim to improve the lives of men and women. The latter normally concerns itself with profit, the former with pleasure. In the coming age, art will fashion our entertainment out of new means of productivity in ways that will simultaneously enhance our profit and maximize our pleasure. — Bertolt Brecht
Coincide Sayings By Christopher D. Manning: The key utility measure is user happiness. Speed of response and the size of the The key utility measure is user happiness. Speed of response and the size of the index are factors in user happiness. It seems reasonable to assume that relevance of results is the most important factor: blindingly fast, useless answers do not make a user happy. However, user perceptions do not always coincide with system designers' notions of quality. For example, user happiness commonly depends very strongly on user interface design issues, including the layout, clarity, and responsiveness of the user interface, which are independent of the quality of the results returned. — Christopher D. Manning
Coincide Sayings By John Colville: Are we truly acting from principle and not from interest? Surely it is at least Are we truly acting from principle and not from interest? Surely it is at least convenient that for us the two coincide. — John Colville
Coincide Sayings By Leviak B. Kelly: This is why questions must be asked and answered truthfully and why we must train This is why questions must be asked and answered truthfully and why we must train our emotions to coincide with what is actually true. Doubt is a necessary part of faith, otherwise it is a blind faith and a deaf faith that deserves to be a mute faith. For, when Helen Keller, who was deaf, blind and had to learn to speak can come closer to the truth than persons with full sensory capacity, perhaps there is something wrong with our religious and spiritual traditions. — Leviak B. Kelly
Coincide Sayings By Celia Mcmahon: I've come to believe that we, as people, only tend to remember only certain of I've come to believe that we, as people, only tend to remember only certain of what we hear or read just for that reason. Most of what we retain coincide with our personal beliefs and feelings and the rest, we throw away into the back of our minds where we keep it or forget it entirely. — Celia Mcmahon
Coincide Sayings By Nicholas Of Cusa: The intellect alone has an eye for viewing an essence, which it cannot see except The intellect alone has an eye for viewing an essence, which it cannot see except in the true Cause, which is the Fount of all desire. Moreover, since all things seek to exist, then in all things there is desire from the Fount-of-desire, wherein being and desire coincide in the Same. — Nicholas Of Cusa
Coincide Sayings By Leo Ornstein: A person improvising is sometimes very fortunate that just at that second things coincide. A person improvising is sometimes very fortunate that just at that second things coincide. — Leo Ornstein
Coincide Sayings By Gunter Grass: If work and leisure are soon to be subordinated to this one utopian principle - If work and leisure are soon to be subordinated to this one utopian principle - absolute busyness - then utopia and melancholy will come to coincide: an age without conflict will dawn, perpetually busy - and without consciousness. — Gunter Grass
Coincide Sayings By John Fogerty: I think at times the very strong feelings I have about my country coincide with I think at times the very strong feelings I have about my country coincide with my musical ability, and I'm able to actually turn it into music, a song or even hopefully a memorable song, sometimes. You may find it surprising, but I'm a very intense, proud American. I love being an American. — John Fogerty
Coincide Sayings By David Ogilvy: Advertising is the place where the selfish interests of the manufacturer coincide with the interests Advertising is the place where the selfish interests of the manufacturer coincide with the interests of society. — David Ogilvy
Coincide Sayings By Peter Saul: I try to vote as left as I can. I hope that my paintings will I try to vote as left as I can. I hope that my paintings will coincide and be far left, but frequently ... the painting rebels and goes fascist on me. — Peter Saul
Coincide Sayings By Josh McDowell: I would say much of religious heresy is the result of a misunderstanding of the I would say much of religious heresy is the result of a misunderstanding of the basic nature of God. And once we have a proper understanding of God, then usually most of the areas of our life coincide with who God is and what He desires for each one of us. — Josh McDowell
Coincide Sayings By Wayne Dyer: In mathematics, two angles that are said to coincide fit together perfectly. The word "coincidence" In mathematics, two angles that are said to coincide fit together perfectly. The word "coincidence" does not describe luck or mistakes. It describes that which fits together perfectly. — Wayne Dyer
Coincide Sayings By Caryll Houselander: There is a possessiveness in the idealist's attitude . . . . "You are to There is a possessiveness in the idealist's attitude . . . . "You are to be like me. I will shape you, or hammer you, into the shape of my ideal. You must enjoy my pleasures. Your tastes must coincide with mind. You must have only my values. You must be restricted by my limitations — Caryll Houselander
Coincide Sayings By Sergei Lukyanenko: Many years ago someone told me something that I flatly refused to accept. And I Many years ago someone told me something that I flatly refused to accept. And I still don't accept it now, despite all the times I've seen it proved right.
"The common good and the individual good rarely coincide ... "
Sure, I know, it's true.
But some truths are probably worse than lies. — Sergei Lukyanenko
Coincide Sayings By Albert Camus: Modern conquerors can kill, but do not seem to be able to create. Artists know Modern conquerors can kill, but do not seem to be able to create. Artists know how to
create but cannot really kill. Murderers are only very exceptionally found among artists. In the long run,
therefore, art in our revolutionary societies must die. But then the revolution will have lived its allotted
span. Each time that the revolution kills in a man the artist that he might have been, it attenuates itself
a little more. If, finally, the conquerors succeed in molding the world according to their laws, it will not
prove that quantity is king, but that this world is hell. In this hell, the place of art will coincide with that of
vanquished rebellion, a blind and empty hope in the pit of despair. — Albert Camus
Coincide Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Sometimes the best and worst times of your life can coincide. It is a talent Sometimes the best and worst times of your life can coincide. It is a talent of the soul to discover the joy in pain - -thinking of moments you long for, and knowing you'll never have them again. The beautiful ghosts of our past haunt us, and yet we still can't decide if the pain they caused us out weighs the tender moments when they touched our soul. This is the irony of love. — Shannon L. Alder
Coincide Sayings By Paul De Man: The ambivalence of writing is such that it can be considered both an act and The ambivalence of writing is such that it can be considered both an act and an interpretive process that follows after an act with which it cannot coincide. As such, it both affirms and denies its own nature. — Paul De Man
Coincide Sayings By George MacDonald: And if we believe that God is everywhere, why should we not think Him present And if we believe that God is everywhere, why should we not think Him present even in the coincidences that sometimes seem so strange? For, if He be in the things that coincide, He must be in the coincidence of those things. — George MacDonald
Coincide Sayings By Thomas Young: Proposition VIII. When two Undulations, from different Origins, coincide either perfectly or very nearly in Proposition VIII. When two Undulations, from different Origins, coincide either perfectly or very nearly in Direction, their joint effect is a Combination of the Motions belonging to each. — Thomas Young
Coincide Sayings By Chris Matakas: To know our values is to have a foundation on which to build a great To know our values is to have a foundation on which to build a great life. Our environment and education will play a large part in influencing our formulation of this world view, but is ultimately ourselves that have the final say. We must decide what we value, and then live accordingly. After all, in the eyes of the world we could achieve great success, but if our actions do not coincide with what we ourselves truly deem worthy, we will find no peace. — Chris Matakas
Coincide Sayings By Harper Lee: Mr. Clinton," he had said, when Henry ventured to inquire about a particularly ambiguous examination, Mr. Clinton," he had said, when Henry ventured to inquire about a particularly ambiguous examination, "you may write until doomsday for all I care, but if your answers do not coincide with my answers they are wrong. Wrong, sir. — Harper Lee
Coincide Sayings By Sergei Lukyanenko: The common good and the individual good rarely coincide. The common good and the individual good rarely coincide. — Sergei Lukyanenko
Coincide Sayings By Anne Leonard: She was too interested in getting married to waste her time on someone ineligible. Infatuation She was too interested in getting married to waste her time on someone ineligible. Infatuation made for odd behavior, though. And love and marriage did not often coincide where wealth and power were. — Anne Leonard
Coincide Sayings By Sigmund Freud: Our unconscious, then, does not believe in its own death; it behaves as if it Our unconscious, then, does not believe in its own death; it behaves as if it were immortal. It knows nothing that is negative; in it contradictories coincide. This may be the secret of heroism. — Sigmund Freud
Coincide Sayings By Pope Francis: I am always wary of the first decision, that is, the first thing that comes I am always wary of the first decision, that is, the first thing that comes to my mind if I have to make a decision. This is usually the wrong thing. I have to wait and assess, looking deep into myself, taking the necessary time. The wisdom of discernment redeems the necessary ambiguity of life and helps us find the most appropriate means, which do not always coincide with what looks great and strong. — Pope Francis
Coincide Sayings By Medard Boss: The borders of my bodyhood coincide with those of my openness to the world. They The borders of my bodyhood coincide with those of my openness to the world. They are in fact at any given time identical, though they are always changing with the fluid expansion and contraction of my relationships to the world. — Medard Boss
Coincide Sayings By Frederic Raphael: The party of God and the party of Literature have more in common than either The party of God and the party of Literature have more in common than either will admit their texts may conflict, but their bigotries coincide. Both insist on being the sole custodians of the true word and its only interpreters. — Frederic Raphael
Coincide Sayings By Francis Schaeffer: The one thing the media abhors almost without exception is anyone who takes a firm The one thing the media abhors almost without exception is anyone who takes a firm stand on any issue out of religious principle, unless their stand happens to coincide with their expressed views. — Francis Schaeffer
Coincide Sayings By Robert M. Pirsig: On any mechanical repair job ego comes in for rough treatment. You're always being fooled, On any mechanical repair job ego comes in for rough treatment. You're always being fooled, you're always making mistakes, and a mechanic who has a big ego to defend is at a terrific disadvantage. If you know enough mechanics to think of them as a group, and your observations coincide with mine, I think you'll agree that mechanics tend to be rather modest and quiet. There are exceptions, but generally if they're not quiet and modest at first, the works seems to make them that way. And skeptical. Attentive, but skeptical. But not egotistic. There's no way to bullshit your way into looking good on a mechanical repair job, except with someone who doesn't know what you're doing. — Robert M. Pirsig
Coincide Sayings By Marilyn Monroe: Sometimes good things the best things coincide fall apart. Sometimes good things the best things coincide fall apart. — Marilyn Monroe
Coincide Sayings By Barbara Deming: Vengeance is not the point; change is. But the trouble is that in most people's Vengeance is not the point; change is. But the trouble is that in most people's minds the thought of victory and the thought of punishing the enemy coincide. — Barbara Deming