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Dying For Sayings By Ilona Andrews: Saiman reached into the trunk and pulled out a pink tulle tutu. "No." "Yes." "It Saiman reached into the trunk and pulled out a pink tulle tutu.
"No."
"Yes."
"It won't fit."
"Elastic waistband," Saiman said. "It will fit." Curran's grin was pure evil.
"Don't you dare," I told him.
"It's too bad the magic is up," he said. "I'd take pictures."
"Shut up."
"Have no fear, Alpha," Ascanio said. "We'll tell no one."
Kill me, somebody.
Saiman held out the tulle skirt to me.
"Maybe it will work without it."
"Don't be ridiculous."
"If I put this on, it will be ridiculous."
Saiman waved the pink tutu in front of me. Fine. I snatched it out of his hands and pulled it on over my hips.
Ascanio collapsed into a moaning heap of laughter.
"Now what?"
"Move around onstage. It would help if you danced."
Curran was dying. That was the only rational explanation for the noises coming from his direction. — Ilona Andrews
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Dying For Sayings By Ellen G. White: Pure air and water, cleanliness, a proper diet, purity of life, and a firm trust Pure air and water, cleanliness, a proper diet, purity of life, and a firm trust in God are remedies for the want of which thousands are dying; yet these remedies are going out of date because their skillful use requires work that the people do not appreciate. — Ellen G. White
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Dying For Sayings By Gabriel Garcia Marquez: They could hear Ursula fighting against the laws of creation to maintain the line, and They could hear Ursula fighting against the laws of creation to maintain the line, and Jose Arcadio Buendia searching for the mythical truth of the great inventions, and Fernanda praying, and Colonel Aureliano Buendia stupefying himself with the deception of war and the little gold fishes, and Aureliano Segundo dying of solitude in the turmoil of his debauches, and then they learned that dominant obsessions can prevail against death and they were happy again with the certainty that they would go on loving each other in their shape as apparitions long after other species of future animals would steal from the insects the paradise of misery that the insects were finally stealing from man. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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Dying For Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: They wrote in the old days that it is sweet and fitting to die for They wrote in the old days that it is sweet and fitting to die for one's country. But in modern war, there is nothing sweet nor fitting in your dying. You will die like a dog for no good reason. — Ernest Hemingway,
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Dying For Sayings By Cornell Woolrich: And he's alone there, with the unconscious pilot lying a little way off for company, And he's alone there, with the unconscious pilot lying a little way off for company, and some other guy he's never even seen, only spoken to over the radio.
He wants to sleep so badly - dying they call it - and he can't. Something's bothering him to keep him awake. ("Jane Brown's Body") — Cornell Woolrich
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Dying For Sayings By Langston Hughes: Beauty for some provides escape, who gain a happiness in eyeing the gorgeous buttocks of Beauty for some provides escape, who gain a happiness in eyeing the gorgeous buttocks of the ape or Autumn sunsets exquisitely dying. — Langston Hughes
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Dying For Sayings By Elisabeth Shue: The hard thing about 'The Saint' was that my character was supposed to die, but The hard thing about 'The Saint' was that my character was supposed to die, but then they reshot the ending based on tests and she lives. I created the character based on her dying - she would never have been as innocent otherwise. So I didn't have high expectations for that film. — Elisabeth Shue
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Dying For Sayings By Otto Hahn: First we attacked the Russian soldiers with our gases, and then when we saw the First we attacked the Russian soldiers with our gases, and then when we saw the poor fellows lying there, dying slowly, we tried to make breathing easier for them by using our own life-saving devices on them. — Otto Hahn
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Dying For Sayings By Dalton Trumbo: They died crying in their minds like little babies. They forgot the thing they were They died crying in their minds like little babies. They forgot the thing they were fighting for the thing they were dying for. They thought about things a man can understand. They died yearning for the face of a friend. They died whimpering for the voice of a mother a father a wife a child. They died with their hearts sick for one more look at the place where they were born please god just one more look. They died moaning and sighing for life. They knew what was important. They knew that life was everything and they died with screams and sobs. They died with only one thought in their minds and that was I want to live I want to live I want to live. — Dalton Trumbo
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Dying For Sayings By Michael Chabon: The Road is not a record of fatherly fidelity; it is a testament to the The Road is not a record of fatherly fidelity; it is a testament to the abyss of a parent's greatest fears. The fear of leaving your child alone, of dying before your child has reached adulthood and learned to work the mechanisms and face the dangers of the world, or found a new partner to face them with. The fear of one day being obliged for your child's own good, for his peace and comfort, to do violence to him or even end his life. And, above all, the fear of knowing - as every parent fears - that you have left your children a world more damaged, more poisoned, more base and violent and cheerless and toxic, more doomed, than the one you inherited. It is in the audacity and single-mindedness with which The Road extends the metaphor of a father's guilt and heartbreak over abandoning his son to shift for himself in a ruined, friendless world that The Road finds its great power to move and horrify the reader. — Michael Chabon
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Dying For Sayings By Christopher Moore: Medication and forgiveness can make for joyous moments with the dying - it Medication and forgiveness can make for joyous moments with the dying - it — Christopher Moore
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Dying For Sayings By Maria Shriver: One of my greatest joys is poetry. I read it almost every day, and I've One of my greatest joys is poetry. I read it almost every day, and I've even taken a stab at writing some of my own. A poem I wrote for my mother when she was dying really helped me get through that hard time. — Maria Shriver
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Dying For Sayings By Barry Eisler: If you live only for yourself, dying is an especially scary proposition. If you live only for yourself, dying is an especially scary proposition. — Barry Eisler
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Dying For Sayings By Studs Terkel: It is about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for It is about a search, too, for daily meaning as well as daily bread, for recognition as well as cash, for astonishment rather than torpor; in short, for a sort of life rather than a Monday through Friday sort of dying. Perhaps immortality, too, is part of the quest. To be remembered was the wish, spoken and unspoken, of the heroes and heroines of this book. — Studs Terkel
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Dying For Sayings By Anthony Marra: In a shuddering voice her father kept asking the pale-faced woman - who looked like In a shuddering voice her father kept asking the pale-faced woman - who looked like her mother and wore her mother's apron but couldn't be her mother - for forgiveness. If she had been dying every minute of every day, they might have been a happy family. The blood consumed every centimeter of apron cloth and Havaa was afraid the wound would become hers if she came too close. Her mother stirred, looked to her father, and wrapped her five fingers over his none. She opened her mouth, but he shook his head, told her to save her breath, and Havaa would always remember how he had shushed what might have been her good-bye so that she could breathe. — Anthony Marra
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Dying For Sayings By Shitij Sharma: Death may be peaceful but the circumstances leading to it are more often than not Death may be peaceful but the circumstances leading to it are more often than not anything but. They slept that day with their eyes open, with death as the companion of their dreams. Maybe you would like to imagine that they were looking at each other, heads twisted at grotesque angles or at the fading sun.
Their bodies were just empty vessels and their eyes were windows that showed only a vacant home. Maybe it was because they had passed on into a world where the sun never set or maybe even a world where nothing existed but an infinite pool of darkness. You can choose to believe anything you want up to the time Death comes for you. After that, well, we can only imagin — Shitij Sharma
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Dying For Sayings By Steven Johnson: Most world-historic events - great military battles, political revolutions-are self-consciously historic to the participants living Most world-historic events - great military battles, political revolutions-are self-consciously historic to the participants living through them. They act knowing that their decisions will be chronicled and dissected for decades or centuries to come. But epidemics create a kind of history from below: they can be world-changing, but the participants are almost inevitably ordinary folk, following their established routines, not thinking for a second about how their actions will be recorded for prosperity. And of course, if they do recognize that they are living through a historical crisis, it's often too late- because, like it or not, the primary way that ordinary people create this distinct genre of history is by dying. — Steven Johnson
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Dying For Sayings By Jeff VanderMeer: God, but the coast here was painfully beautiful, the dark lush greens of the fir God, but the coast here was painfully beautiful, the dark lush greens of the fir trees piercing his brain, the half-raging sky and sea, the surge of salt water against the rocks twinned to the urgent wash of blood through his arteries as he waited for her to kill him or hear him out. Seditious thoughts: there would be nothing too terrible about dying out here, about becoming part of all of this. — Jeff VanderMeer
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Dying For Sayings By Louis-Ferdinand Celine: Note accordingly that in all countries the penalties for petty theft are extremely severe, not Note accordingly that in all countries the penalties for petty theft are extremely severe, not only as a means of defending society, but also as a stern admonition to the unfortunate to know their place, stick to their caste, and behave themselves, joyfully resigned to go on dying of hunger and misery down through the centuries forever and ever ... — Louis-Ferdinand Celine
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Dying For Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: I'm pretty healthy and I don't mind the idea of dying, but I also don't I'm pretty healthy and I don't mind the idea of dying, but I also don't want to get mowed down by some freaky high school kid in a trench coat who's high on Zoloft and has traded in his Xbox for a semiautomatic. — Ruth Ozeki
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Dying For Sayings By Plato: [T]hose who practice philosophy in the right way are in training for dying and they [T]hose who practice philosophy in the right way are in training for dying and they fear death least of all men. — Plato
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Dying For Sayings By Mark Kurlansky: A 1670 revision of the criminal code found yet another use for salt in France. A 1670 revision of the criminal code found yet another use for salt in France. To enforce the law against suicide, it was ordered that the bodies of people who took their own lives be salted, brought before a judge, and sentenced to public display. Nor could the accused escape their day in court by dying in the often miserable conditions of the prisons. They too would be salted and put on trial. Breton historians have discovered that in 1784 in the town of Cornouaille, Maurice LeCorre had died in prison and was ordered salted for trial. But due to some bureaucratic error, the corpse did not get a trial date and was found by a prison guard more than seven years later, not only salted but fermented in beer, at which point it was buried without trial. — Mark Kurlansky
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Dying For Sayings By Elyse M. Fitzpatrick: When we fail to believe the truth about who Jesus is and miss the impact When we fail to believe the truth about who Jesus is and miss the impact of His astounding work in suffering and dying for our sin, it will be impossible to resist the allurement of the gods of this earth as they whisper their promised pleasures to us. — Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
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Dying For Sayings By Dan Groat: A person gets built and stands for a few years and then nature's demolition team A person gets built and stands for a few years and then nature's demolition team comes in. — Dan Groat
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Dying For Sayings By Faye Moskowitz: I still grieve for the words unsaid. Something terrible happens when we stop the mouths I still grieve for the words unsaid. Something terrible happens when we stop the mouths of the dying before they are dead. A silence grows up between us then, profounder than the grave. If we force the dying to go speechless, the stone dropped into the well will fall forever before the answering splash is heard. — Faye Moskowitz
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Dying For Sayings By Tahereh Mafi: And all I can think is that sometimes you're dying, sometimes you're about to explode, And all I can think is that sometimes you're dying, sometimes you're about to explode, sometimes you're 6 feet under and you're searching for a window when someone pours lighter fluid in your hair and lights a match on your face.
I feel my bones ignite. — Tahereh Mafi
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Dying For Sayings By Mercedes Lackey: First commandment: there ain't no such thing as "one true way" and the way you First commandment: there ain't no such thing as "one true way" and the way you find is only good for you, not anybody else, because your interpretation of what you see and feel and understand as the truth is never going to be the same as anyone else's.
Second commandment: the only answers worth having are the ones you find for yourself.
Third commandment: leave the world better than you found it.
Fourth commandment: if it isn't true, going to do some good, or spread a little love around, don't say it, do it, or think it.
Fifth commandment: there are only three things worth living for; love in all it's manifestations, freedom, and the chance to keep humanity going a little while longer. They're the same things worth dying for. And if you aren't willing to die for the things worth living for, you might as well turn in your membership in the human race. — Mercedes Lackey
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Dying For Sayings By William Shakespeare: To die, to sleep - To sleep, perchance to dream - ay, there's the rub,For To die, to sleep -
To sleep, perchance to dream - ay, there's the rub,
For in this sleep of death what dreams may come ... — William Shakespeare
Dying For Sayings By Allison Winn Scotch: Outside, with Labor Day having come and gone, summer is fighting a dying battle against Outside, with Labor Day having come and gone, summer is fighting a dying battle against the fall air. The leaves are hanging perilously on the trees, knowing full well they're going to make the plunge, clinging on as if they stand a chance not to. The garbage smell that has wafted around us for the better part of August is dissipating, ushered out with the humidity, and in its place a briskness is filtering in, like something you'd smell from a bottle of Tide. — Allison Winn Scotch
Dying For Sayings By Eleftherios Venizelos: Greece expects you not merely to die for her, for that is little, indeed; she Greece expects you not merely to die for her, for that is little, indeed; she expects you to conquer. That is why each one of you, even in dying, should be possessed by one thought alone - how to conserve your strength to the last so that those who survive may conquer.And you will conquer, I am more than sure of this. — Eleftherios Venizelos
Dying For Sayings By James Patterson: Like, if you're gonna make a decision about me and my life for my own Like, if you're gonna make a decision about me and my life for my own good without consulting me, I'd better be dying and unconscious, and you'd better be following carefully written instructions.
~Max — James Patterson
Dying For Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Take your tent and go for the camping! You are dying in the cities! Thousands Take your tent and go for the camping! You are dying in the cities! Thousands of stars, hundreds of birds, tens of flowers are waiting for you to heal you! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Dying For Sayings By Mark Forsyth: The figures of rhetoric are the beauties of all poems we have ever read. Without The figures of rhetoric are the beauties of all poems we have ever read. Without them we would merely be us: eating, sleeping, manufacturing, and dying. With them everything can be glorious. For though we have nothing to say, we can at least say it well. — Mark Forsyth
Dying For Sayings By Stephen King: The gunslinger turned his eyes up to the faces in the leaves. A play was The gunslinger turned his eyes up to the faces in the leaves. A play was being enacted there for his amusement Worlds rose and fell before him. Empires were built across shining sands where forever machines toiled in abstract electronic frenzies. Empires declined and fell. Wheels that had spun like silent liquid moved more slowly, began to squeak, began to scream, stopped. Sand choked the stainless steel gutters of concentric streets below dark skies full of stars like beds of cold jewels. And through it all, a dying wind of change blew, bringing with it the cinnamon smell of late October. The gunslinger watched as the world moved on. — Stephen King
Dying For Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: [W]e pity our fathers for dying before steam and galvanism, sulphuric ether and ocean telegraphs, [W]e pity our fathers for dying before steam and galvanism, sulphuric ether and ocean telegraphs, photograph and spectrograph arrived, as cheated out of their human estate. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dying For Sayings By Karen Amanda Hooper: Screw the rules, damn the consequences, and just love. Love until it kills you, because Screw the rules, damn the consequences, and just love. Love until it kills you, because there's nothing better worth dying for. — Karen Amanda Hooper
Dying For Sayings By Ariel Pink: I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got the option of, going into outer space and hanging out there for a day, and then coming back home and dying the next day, or just waiting around to see if there's any opportunity for the technology to develop so that I might experience outer space sometime in the future, I would probably take the ride today and die tomorrow. I'd be happy just hanging out between the moon and the Earth, getting a view. — Ariel Pink
Dying For Sayings By Crystal Evans: Life is not profound without its own tragedy. It humbles us. Sets the bar for Life is not profound without its own tragedy. It humbles us. Sets the bar for our introspection. Keeps us from believing we are gods. Puts our egos in check. — Crystal Evans
Dying For Sayings By Barbara Johnson: Time mellows people as it mellows wine, as long as the grapes are good. You Time mellows people as it mellows wine, as long as the grapes are good. You may set out to be a businesswoman or businessman but in the course of time end up caring for a dying parent, orphaned niece, or disabled brother. You may encounter illness yourself and end up being a writer, touching the heartstrings, not the purse strings of other people. That's why it's best to always be true to yourself and God and to be flexible within His will. He will use you. — Barbara Johnson
Dying For Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: This gospel I preach to you. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. Trust him quietly, This gospel I preach to you. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. Trust him quietly, humbly, simply, immediately. Trust him to make you a holy man - to deliver you from the power of the devil and the power of sin, and he will do it: I will be bound for him that he will keep his word. Jesus is truth itself, and never breaks his word. He never boasts that he can do what he cannot do. He has gone into heaven, and he is therefore "able to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them." Only trust him. Trust him to overcome the evil you have to fight with. You will conquer it, man, if you will only trust Jesus. Woman, there is hope for you if you will trust the wounded, bleeding, dying, risen, living Savior. He will battle for you, and you shall get the victory. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Dying For Sayings By Cassandra Clare: I don't think she doesn't believe she can die. I think, just like you always I don't think she doesn't believe she can die. I think, just like you always did, she believes there are things worth dying for. — Cassandra Clare
Dying For Sayings By Phil Pringle: A vision is something worth living for, and it is something worth dying for. In A vision is something worth living for, and it is something worth dying for. In fact, if it is not worth dying for, it is not worth living for. Brave, godly martyrs throughout history have proven time and again that what we as Christians live for is worth dying for. — Phil Pringle
Dying For Sayings By Jens Lekman: I had a period in my life when I was eight or nine when I I had a period in my life when I was eight or nine when I was so scared of dying that I wouldn't go out of our house for a whole year. — Jens Lekman
Dying For Sayings By N.K. Jemisin: Daddy," she says again, this time putting more of a needy whine into her voice. Daddy," she says again, this time putting more of a needy whine into her voice. It is the thing that has swayed him, these times when he has come near to turning on her: remembering that she is his little girl. Reminding him that he has been, up to today, a good father.

It is a manipulation. Something of her is warped out of true by this moment, and from now on all her acts of affection toward her father will be calculated, performative. Her childhood dies, for all intents and purposes. But that is better than all of her dying, she knows. — N.K. Jemisin
Dying For Sayings By Will Durant: Here and there [ ... ] vegetation rites took on a less attractive form. A Here and there [ ... ] vegetation rites took on a less attractive form. A man - or, in later and milder days, an animal - was sacrificed to the earth at sowing time, so that it might be fertilized by his blood. When the harvest came it was interpreted as the resurrection of the dead man; the victim was given, before and after his death, the honors of a god; and from this origin arose, in a thousand forms, the almost universal myth of a god dying for his people, and then returning triumphantly to life. — Will Durant
Dying For Sayings By Marcus J. Borg: The heaven-and-hell framework has four central elements: the afterlife, sin and forgiveness, Jesus's dying for The heaven-and-hell framework has four central elements: the afterlife, sin and forgiveness, Jesus's dying for our sins, and believing. — Marcus J. Borg
Dying For Sayings By Jeff Goldblum: Amazing tradition. They throw a great party for you on the one day they know Amazing tradition. They throw a great party for you on the one day they know you can't come. — Jeff Goldblum
Dying For Sayings By Lil' Mama: When I was 17 years old, I put out an album while my mother was When I was 17 years old, I put out an album while my mother was dying of cancer. That right there alone is a struggle. That's hard. That's tough for anybody. — Lil' Mama
Dying For Sayings By Charles M. Sheldon: Somehow I get puzzled when I see so many Christians living in luxury and singing Somehow I get puzzled when I see so many Christians living in luxury and singing 'Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave and follow Thee,' and remember how my wife died in a tenement in New York City, gasping for air and asking God to take the little girl too. Of course
I
don't expect you people can prevent every one from dying of starvation, lack of proper nourishment
and tenement air, but what does following Jesus mean? — Charles M. Sheldon
Dying For Sayings By Pawan Mishra: I have died every day in my mind with disgust for not being able to I have died every day in my mind with disgust for not being able to protect my own children. — Pawan Mishra
Dying For Sayings By Ben Goldacre: Like many doctors, I was frankly traumatized by some of the experiences I had early Like many doctors, I was frankly traumatized by some of the experiences I had early on in my career. When you lean over a patient in an emergency room, trying to bring a dead body back to life, you are entirely focused on the job at hand. On the other side of a thin curtain, you can hear that person's husband or wife howling and wailing, knowing that the person they loved and lived with for fifty years is dying, begging the staff to do all they can, phoning their children, struggling to speak through tears to form the words and communicate the horror, telling them to come, quickly. I have memories from cubicles that I will never be able to deal with, and they upset me even now. — Ben Goldacre
Dying For Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: Loving with human love, one may pass from love to hatred; but divine love cannot Loving with human love, one may pass from love to hatred; but divine love cannot change. Nothing, not even death, can shatter it. It is all the very nature of the soul. Love is life. All, all that I understand, I understand only because of love. All is bound up in love alone. Love is God and dying means for me a particle of love, to go back to the universal and eternal source of love. — Leo Tolstoy
Dying For Sayings By Alan W. Watts: What's it gonna be like, dying? To go to sleep and never, never, never wake What's it gonna be like, dying? To go to sleep and never, never, never wake up.

Well, a lot of things it's not gonna be like. It's not going to be like being buried alive. It's not going to be like being in the darkness forever.

I tell you what - it's going to be as if you never had existed at all. Not only you, but everything else as well. That just there was never anything, there's no one to regret it - and there's no problem.

Well, think about that for a while - it's kind of a weird feeling when you really think about it, when you really imagine.

[The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are ] — Alan W. Watts
Dying For Sayings By Cole Gibsen: But he was wrong about the sun - I didn't need it. All the sun But he was wrong about the sun - I didn't need it. All the sun in the world wouldn't stop a flower from dying - if it had no one to care for it. — Cole Gibsen
Dying For Sayings By Ali Smith: The thing about trees is that they know what to do. When a leaf loses The thing about trees is that they know what to do. When a leaf loses its colour, it's not because its time is up and it's dying, it's because the tree is taking back into itself the nutrients the leaf's been holding in reserve for it, out there on the twig, and why leaves change colour in autumn is because the tree is preparing for winter, it's filling itself with its own stored health so it can withstand the season. Then, clever tree, it literally pushes the used leaf off with the growth that's coming behind it. But because that growth has to protect itself through winter too, the tree fills the little wound in its branch or twig where the leaf was with a protective corky stuff which seals it against cold and bacteria.
Otherwise every leaf lost would be an open wound on a tree and a single tree would be covered in thousands of little wounds.
Clever trees. — Ali Smith
Dying For Sayings By Kathryn Orzech: Everyone for whom I would have cried has already died. Everyone for whom I would have cried has already died. — Kathryn Orzech
Dying For Sayings By Clemence Housman: His own true hidden reality that he had desired to know grew palpable, recognizable. It His own true hidden reality that he had desired to know grew palpable, recognizable. It seemed to him just this: a great, glad, abounding hope that he had saved his brother; too expansive to be contained by the limited form of a sole man, it yearned for a new embodiment infinite as the stars.
What did it matter to that true reality that the man's brain shrank, shrank, till it was nothing; that the man's body could not retain the huge pain of his heart, and heaved it out through the red exit riven at the neck: that hurtling blackness blotted out forever the man's sight, hearing, sense? — Clemence Housman
Dying For Sayings By Thomas Watson: Thus it is in hell; they would die, but they cannot. The wicked shall be Thus it is in hell; they would die, but they cannot. The wicked shall be always dying but never dead; the smoke of the furnacedascends for ever and ever. Oh! who can endure thus to be ever upon the rack? This word "ever" breaks the heart. Wicked men do now think the Sabbaths long, and think a prayer long; but oh! how long will it be to lie in hell for ever and ever? — Thomas Watson
Dying For Sayings By George MacDonald: Be very sure, my son, God is the only adviser to be trusted, and you Be very sure, my son, God is the only adviser to be trusted, and you must do what he tells you, even if it lead you to a stake, to be burned by the slow fire of poverty. - O my Father!" cried the old man, breaking out suddenly in prayer, "my soul is a flickering flame of which thou art the eternal, inextinguishable fire. I am blessed because thou art. Because thou art life, I live. Nothing can hurt me, because nothing can hurt thee. To thy care I leave my son, for thou lovest him as thou hast loved me. Deal with him as thou hast dealt with me. I ask for nothing, care for nothing but thy will. Strength is gone from me, but my life is hid in thee. I am a feeble old man, but I am dying into the eternal day of thy strength. — George MacDonald
Dying For Sayings By Leonard Ravenhill: Are the things you are living for worth Christ dying for? Are the things you are living for worth Christ dying for? — Leonard Ravenhill
Dying For Sayings By Patricia Grasso: The money is mine, not yours," Reginald reminded her. "You ungrateful wretch. I found you The money is mine, not yours," Reginald reminded her. "You ungrateful wretch. I found you an earl to marry, and your son will be an earl."
"You chose yourself a son-in-law," Regina said. "You traded me for a title."
"You will thank me - "
" - for dying and leaving me in peace."
"You will regret those words some day."
"I can manage the regret, if not my own finances. — Patricia Grasso
Dying For Sayings By Karina Halle: I love you Camden. I love you so damn, fucking much and it's so right I love you Camden. I love you so damn, fucking much and it's so right and it's so wrong because people are dying, and we're almost dying and Gus is out there and my mother and we can't trust anybody and all I can think about is you. All I can think about is how much I love you and how badly I fucked everything up and I I don't deserves you but I need you." I made a fist with my hands and pounded it against his chest, hard, my tears flowing. "I fucking need you and I need you to forgive me. I need that more than anything in the world! I need you to make me good."
He swallowed hard, letting me hit him, his fingers strong on my jaw. "Ellie, Ellie, Ellie. You are good, deep down you always have been. You don't need me for that. — Karina Halle
Dying For Sayings By Nicole Mones: He'd seen that the young ones died quickly. He'd heard the staff talk about it. He'd seen that the young ones died quickly. He'd heard the staff talk about it. When they were ready they let go. Not like adults. Adults took a long time. It was as if adults had built such a thick, petrified husk around them that this alone gave them the strength, the form to hold on. And by the transient revival that so often came to the dying, adults seemed to find a last little puff of life before the end. They had a term for it here at the hospital -- hui guang fan zhao, the reflected rays of the setting sun. Children were lacking in this. They went quickly. He watched as the DOWN light came on and the elevator door slid open.

He had a fear that his life now was just an interlude of hui guang fan zhao, a brief moment before it all came back, worse. And for so long now he had been in this state by himself. He stared up at the digital floor numbers flashing, descending. — Nicole Mones
Dying For Sayings By James S.A. Corey: We all grieve in our own ways," Avasarala said. "For what it's worth, you'll never We all grieve in our own ways," Avasarala said. "For what it's worth, you'll never kill enough people to keep your platoon from dying. No more than I can save enough people that one of them will be Charanpal. — James S.A. Corey
Dying For Sayings By Stephenie Meyer: Be happy that after living so many lives, I finally found something to die for Be happy that after living so many lives, I finally found something to die for — Stephenie Meyer
Dying For Sayings By Lorrie Moore: If you were alone when you were born, alone when you were dying, really absolutely If you were alone when you were born, alone when you were dying, really absolutely alone when you were dead, why "learn to be alone" in between? If you had forgotten, it would quickly come back to you. Aloneness was like riding a bike. At gunpoint. With the gun in your own hand. Aloneness was the air in your tires, the wind in your hair. You didn't have to go looking for it with open arms. With open arms, you fell off the bike: I was drinking my wine too quickly. — Lorrie Moore
Dying For Sayings By Karen Hitchcock: When I spoke to a colleague about Joe's report, her face registered surprise. She said, When I spoke to a colleague about Joe's report, her face registered surprise. She said, "Is it possible for a death in a nursing home to be premature?"
Joe told me, "If it were happening in any other kind of institution, to any other part of the population - workers, say, or children - there'd be an outcry, media, inquiries, swift intervention. The truth is we do not value the last months or years of a person's life. The remaining life of someone old. Particularly if they are in residential care."
If we are all just economic units who lift or lean, then very little is "lost" when a nursing home resident or anyone getting on in their years dies prematurely. In fact money might be saved - one less nursing-home bed to fund, and the kids can finally get their hands on the house. — Karen Hitchcock
Dying For Sayings By Gerard Way: Host: For those of you just tuning in, our guests tonight are the amazing Murder Host: For those of you just tuning in, our guests tonight are the amazing Murder Magician, and his lovely minion, The Assistant ...
Assistant: Charmed, I'm sure
Host: Who recently killed The Rumor. And you were awarded the Oppenheimer prize for villainy at last week's annual summit for dastardly deeds
what are you going to do with all that money?
Murder Magician: Well, I'm so glad you asked that
because I spent all the money on this giant MURDERBOT, and I've been dying to show it off!
Assistant: It's true ... every penny.
Host: Wow! That's impressive! So what does it do?
Murder Magician: Well, Mr. Clark ... it murders people.
Laughter.
Murder Magician: I'm serious.
Assistant: He is. — Gerard Way
Dying For Sayings By Edward Abbey: So I write mainly for the fun of it, the hell of it, the duty So I write mainly for the fun of it, the hell of it, the duty of it. I enjoy writing and will probly be a scribbler on my dying day, sprawled on some stony trail halfway between two dry waterholes. — Edward Abbey
Dying For Sayings By Jun'ichiro Tanizaki: When I was at the University I knew a law student named Yamada Uruu. Later When I was at the University I knew a law student named Yamada Uruu. Later he worked for the Osaka Municipal Office; he's been dead for years. This man's father was an old-time lawyer, or "advocate," who in early Meiji defended the notorious murderess Takahashi Oden. It seems he often talked to his son about Oden's beauty. Apparently he would corner him and go on and on about her, as if deeply moved. "You might call her alluring, or bewitching," he would say. "I've never known such a fascinating woman, she's a real vampire. When I saw her I thought I wouldn't mind dying at the hands of a woman like that!"

Since I have no particular reason to keep on living, sometimes I think I would be happier if a woman like Oden turned up to kill me. Rather than endure the pain of these half-dead arms and legs of mine, maybe I could get it over and at the same time see how it feels to be brutally murdered. — Jun'ichiro Tanizaki
Dying For Sayings By Jeff Goins: If we are to follow the Jesus who suffered with us and bled for us, If we are to follow the Jesus who suffered with us and bled for us, we too must suffer. We must hold the dying in our arms. We must shed tears for hungry stomachs, trafficked children, and wandering souls. This is what He wants for us. It's the reason we are called to lay down our nets and take up our crosses to pursue the Suffering Servant. And it's the one thing we will avoid at all costs.
It is not enough to feel bad. Religion to me, has always been the routine of feeling guilty for all the things we should do but don't. We must act. This is where life happens, where we begin to participate in our stories. This is when we awaken. Not on the sidelines; not on the outside looking in. Life is lived right in the midst of all this mess. Incidentally, that's where mercy and the miraculous are found. That's where flowers begin to grow again. — Jeff Goins
Dying For Sayings By Alan Furst: It was a great softening, night and day it continued, a water funeral for the It was a great softening, night and day it continued, a water funeral for the dying winter. — Alan Furst
Dying For Sayings By Ram Dass: Working with the dying is like being a midwife for this great rite of passage Working with the dying is like being a midwife for this great rite of passage of death. Just as a midwife helps a being take their first breath, you help a being take their last breath. — Ram Dass
Dying For Sayings By Cindy Sheehan: America has been killing people on this continent since it was started. This country is America has been killing people on this continent since it was started. This country is not worth dying for ... — Cindy Sheehan
Dying For Sayings By Langston Hughes: Question and AnswerDurban, Birmingham,Cape Town, Alabama,Johannesburg, Watts,The earth aroundStruggling, fighting,Dyingfor what?A world to gain.Groping, hoping,Waitingfor Question and Answer
Durban, Birmingham,
Cape Town, Alabama,
Johannesburg, Watts,
The earth around
Struggling, fighting,
Dying
for what?
A world to gain.
Groping, hoping,
Waiting
for what?
A world to gain.
Dreams kicked asunder,
Why not go under?
There's a world to gain.
But suppose I don't want it,
Why take it?
To remake it. — Langston Hughes
Dying For Sayings By Matt Rasmussen: Kafka said, A bookmust be an axefor the frozen sea inside us, which sounds great, Kafka said, A book
must be an axe

for the frozen sea
inside us, which sounds

great, but what good
is an axe against

a frozen sea?
Perhaps this is why

he said, while dying,
Destroy everything. — Matt Rasmussen
Dying For Sayings By Jane Casey: He'd have denied it to his dying breath but Derwent wasn't as tough as he He'd have denied it to his dying breath but Derwent wasn't as tough as he pretended to be. For the very small number of people he cared about, Derwent would give his all. It made him vulnerable, and every now and then that vulnerability showed. — Jane Casey
Dying For Sayings By Darnell Lamont Walker: I need my eulogy to look better than my resume. I'm living for that. I need my eulogy to look better than my resume. I'm living for that. — Darnell Lamont Walker
Dying For Sayings By Mark Crutchfield: Above the altar is suspended the horrifically detailed model of a dying man, who, like Above the altar is suspended the horrifically detailed model of a dying man, who, like the stained-glass version of his mother during The Annunciation, is wearing an expression too serene for such surprising circumstance. Jesus looks like he's thinking, Well, here I am, nailed to some wood. — Mark Crutchfield
Dying For Sayings By Dalton Trumbo: Nobody but the dead know whether all these things people talk about are worth dying Nobody but the dead know whether all these things people talk about are worth dying for or not. And the dead can't talk. So the words about noble deaths and sacred blood and honor and such are all put into dead lips by grave robbers and fakes who have no right to speak for the dead. If a man says death before dishonor he is either a fool or a liar because he doesn't know what death is. He isn't able to judge. He only knows about living. He doesn't know anything about dying. — Dalton Trumbo
Dying For Sayings By Randy Alcorn: Meanwhile, we on this dying Earth can relax and rejoice for our loved ones who Meanwhile, we on this dying Earth can relax and rejoice for our loved ones who are in the presence of Christ. As the apostle Paul tells us, though we naturally grieve at losing loved ones, we are not "to grieve like the rest of men, who have no hope" (1 Thessalonians 4:13). Our parting is not the end of our relationship, only an interruption. We have not "lost" them, because we know where they are. They are experiencing the joy of Christ's presence in a place so wonderful that Christ called it Paradise. And one day, we're told, in a magnificent reunion, they and we "will be with the Lord forever. Therefore encourage each other with these words" (1 Thessalonians 4:17-18). — Randy Alcorn
Dying For Sayings By Andrea Dworkin: The bait's got a theory; the bait's finding a practice, working it out; the bait's The bait's got a theory; the bait's finding a practice, working it out; the bait's going to write it down and she don't have to use words, she'll make signs, in blood, she's good at bleeding, boys, the vein's open, boys, the bait's got plenty, each month more and more without dying for a certain long period of her life, she can lose it or use it, she works in broad strokes, she makes big gestures, big signs; oh and honey there's so much bait around that there's going to be a bloodbath in the old town tonight, when the new art gets its start. — Andrea Dworkin
Dying For Sayings By Ma-Roo: Even without love, I can live fine alone. It's not like I've always had what Even without love, I can live fine alone. It's not like I've always had what I wanted. In my life not even once ... I was never selfish nor full of greed. The things I want to do, the things I want, the things I wish for ... have I ever even had any of those, for at least once in my whole life? I can live fine without love. I will find a way to survive. Dying is hell. Why is living supposed to be hell? — Ma-Roo
Dying For Sayings By Titus Lucretius Carus: Mortal, what hast thou of such grave concernThat thou indulgest in too sickly plaints?Why this Mortal, what hast thou of such grave concern
That thou indulgest in too sickly plaints?
Why this bemoaning and beweeping death?
For if thy life aforetime and behind
To thee was grateful, and not all thy good
Was heaped as in sieve to flow away
And perish unavailingly, why not,
Even like a banqueter, depart the hall,
Laden with life? — Titus Lucretius Carus
Dying For Sayings By Erich Maria Remarque: But now, for the first time, I see you are a man like me. I But now, for the first time, I see you are a man like me. I thought of your hand-grenades, of your bayonet, of your rifle; now I see your wife and your face and our fellowship. Forgive me, comrade. We always see it too late. Why do they never tell us that you are poor devils like us, that your mothers are just as anxious as ours, and that we have the same fear of death, and the same dying and the same agony
Forgive me, comrade; how could you be my enemy? — Erich Maria Remarque
Dying For Sayings By Warren G. Harding: There is something inherently wrong, something out of accord with the ideals of representative democracy, There is something inherently wrong, something out of accord with the ideals of representative democracy, when one portion of our citizenship turns its activities to private gain amid defensive war while another is fighting, sacrificing, or dying for national preservation. — Warren G. Harding
Dying For Sayings By E.B. White: Americans are willing to go to enormous trouble and expense defending their principles with arms, Americans are willing to go to enormous trouble and expense defending their principles with arms, very little trouble and expense advocating them with words. Temperamentally we are ready to die for certain principles (or, in the case of overripe adults, send youngsters to die), but we show little inclination to advertise the reasons for dying. — E.B. White
Dying For Sayings By Donald Miller: I will give you this, my love, and I will not bargain or barter any I will give you this, my love, and I will not bargain or barter any longer. I will love you, as sure as He has loved me. I will discover what I can discover and though you remain a mystery, save God's own knowledge, what I disclose of you I will keep in the warmest chamber of my heart, the very chamber where God has stowed Himself in me. And I will do this to my death, and to death it may bring me.
I will love you like God, because of God, mighted by the power of God. I will stop expecting your love, demanding you love, trading for your love, gaming for your love. I will simply love. I am giving myself to you, and tomorrow I will do it again. I suppose the clock itself will wear thin its time before I am ended at this altar of dying and dying again.
God risked Himself on me. I will risk myself on you. And together, we will learn to love, and perhaps then, and only then, understand this gravity that drew Him, unto us. — Donald Miller
Dying For Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: Life isn't worth living until you have found something worth dying for. Life isn't worth living until you have found something worth dying for. — Martin Luther King Jr.
Dying For Sayings By George MacDonald: But, sir, isn't death a dreadful thing?" asked Malcolm."That depends on whether a man regards But, sir, isn't death a dreadful thing?" asked Malcolm.
"That depends on whether a man regards it as his fate or as the will of a perfect God. Its obscurity is its dread. But if God be light, then death itself must be full of splendor
a splendor probably too keen for our eyes to receive."
"But there's the dying itself; isn't that fearsome? It's that I would be afraid of."
"I don't see why it should be. It's the lack of a God that makes it dreadful, and you would be greatly to blame for that, Malcolm, if you hadn't found your God by the time you had to die. — George MacDonald
Dying For Sayings By Manjul Bajaj: There is no greatness in dying for love, Raakha, she wanted to say. Those who There is no greatness in dying for love, Raakha, she wanted to say. Those who die untimely, violent deaths don't become ashes. They become guilty scars on the flesh of the living. They become wounds that never heal no matter how much time passes. — Manjul Bajaj
Dying For Sayings By Coco J. Ginger: She has been trying to pull her worth from him for so long. She has She has been trying to pull her worth from him for so long. She has been trying to extract her beauty from his skin. She has been dying to be loved by him again ... but he will always leave her empty — Coco J. Ginger
Dying For Sayings By C.J. Anderson: No great stars above her. Only a blackness that hurt to look at. Had the No great stars above her. Only a blackness that hurt to look at. Had the distant suns abandoned their birthplace? Earth was dying and the stars were gone like adulterous celestial lovers seeking a new terrestrial mate. She did not blame them. We were never worth shining for, she thought. — C.J. Anderson
Dying For Sayings By Judith McNaught: Dying over an argument isn't honor, it's a waste of a man's life. A man Dying over an argument isn't honor, it's a waste of a man's life. A man volunteers to die for a cause he believes in, or to protect others he cares about. Any other reason is nothing more than stupidity." ~Ian Thornton — Judith McNaught
Dying For Sayings By Francine Rivers: Unless we have something worth dying for, Atretes, we've nothing worth living for. Unless we have something worth dying for, Atretes, we've nothing worth living for. — Francine Rivers
Dying For Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: The experiment, so far as its original projectors were concerned, proved, long ago, a failure; The experiment, so far as its original projectors were concerned, proved, long ago, a failure; first lapsing into Fourierism, and dying, as it well deserved, for this infidelity to its own higher spirit. Where — Nathaniel Hawthorne
Dying For Sayings By Steve Gleason: Many ALS patients end up fading away quietly and dying. For me, this was not Many ALS patients end up fading away quietly and dying. For me, this was not OK. I did not want to fade away quietly. — Steve Gleason
Dying For Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: Don Enrique says a full moon pulls up the highest tides of the month, at Don Enrique says a full moon pulls up the highest tides of the month, at midday and midnight. And it pulls them down to their lowest ebb when it is rising or setting. So says a man in a frock coat and breeches who, if he tried to row a boat, would fall out instantly and drown. But Leandro said the same thing about the moon and high tide, so it might be true. How can you know if the moon is going toward full, or disappearing? This evening the moon was half, and Leandro said it's dying away. You can tell because it's shaped like the letter C, not curved forward like D. He says when the moon is D like Dios, it is growing to fill God's sky. When dying away it is C, like Cristo on the cross. So, no good tides again for many days. — Barbara Kingsolver
Dying For Sayings By Michael G. Johnson: Can you think of an older adult who hates their career? They may be good Can you think of an older adult who hates their career? They may be good at it and it makes them a lot of money at it, but the passion is not there. This person's lack of passion will eventually begin to erode the quality of their work. These are the types of people who get laid off first. A wise person will pay attention to their passions as they progress in their career. If they feel the fire dying, then it is time to begin training for a new career or a shift within the career. — Michael G. Johnson
Dying For Sayings By William Hazlitt: The most rational cure after all for the inordinate fear of death is to set The most rational cure after all for the inordinate fear of death is to set a just value on life. — William Hazlitt