Eart's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Eart's Sayings By Gena Showalter: Feelings are fleeting, no matter how eart-shattering they seem; they never last, always change. Feelings are fleeting, no matter how eart-shattering they seem; they never last, always change. — Gena Showalter
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Eart's Sayings By Carl Hart: The way we're currently educating people about heroin is to say that heroin is so The way we're currently educating people about heroin is to say that heroin is so awful. Heroin is not so much the problem. It's when you combine it. It's hard to die from heroin alone. — Carl Hart
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Eart's Sayings By Pablo Picasso: Painting isn't an aesthetic operation; it's a form of magic designed as mediator between this Painting isn't an aesthetic operation; it's a form of magic designed as mediator between this strange hostile world and us. — Pablo Picasso
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Eart's Sayings By Steve Kazee: I would love to play Lee in 'True West' and Bobby in 'Company.' I would love to play Lee in 'True West' and Bobby in 'Company.' — Steve Kazee
Eart's Sayings By Julia Golding: You didn't realize it but you always were one of the Butcher's Boys. There you You didn't realize it but you always were one of the Butcher's Boys. There you were, askin' to join the gang, when all along you were the 'eart and soul of it. — Julia Golding
Eart's Sayings By Maureen Johnson: People were freaked out, but they showed it in weird ways. Back home, people would People were freaked out, but they showed it in weird ways. Back home, people would have been weeping and doing a lot of very public group hugs. At Wexford people just aggressively pretended nothing had happened. — Maureen Johnson
Eart's Sayings By Tony Kushner: If you [c]annot find your [h]eart's desire in your own backyard, you never lost it If you [c]annot find your [h]eart's desire in your own backyard, you never lost it to begin with — Tony Kushner
Eart's Sayings By Kirsty Gallacher: I wanted to be a fashion journalist and went to the London College of Fashion I wanted to be a fashion journalist and went to the London College of Fashion to do a journalism and promotion course. — Kirsty Gallacher
Eart's Sayings By Yoko Ogawa: The pages and pages of complex, impenetrable calculations might have contained the secrets of the The pages and pages of complex, impenetrable calculations might have contained the secrets of the universe, copied out of God's notebook.
In my imagination, I saw the creator of the universe sitting in some distant corner of the sky, weaving a pattern of delicate lace so fine that that even the faintest light would shine through it. The lace stretches out infinitely in every direction, billowing gently in the cosmic breeze. You want desperately to touch it, hold it up to the light, rub it against your cheek. And all we ask is to be able to re-create the pattern, weave it again with numbers, somehow, in our own language; to make the tiniest fragment our own, to bring it back to eart. — Yoko Ogawa
Eart's Sayings By Dogen: Those who seek the easy way do not seek the true way. Those who seek the easy way do not seek the true way. — Dogen
Eart's Sayings By Louise Hay: What I gave out in the form of words would return to me as experiences. What I gave out in the form of words would return to me as experiences. — Louise Hay
Eart's Sayings By George Eliot: A toddling little girl is a center of common feeling which makes the most dissimilar A toddling little girl is a center of common feeling which makes the most dissimilar people understand each other. — George Eliot
Eart's Sayings By George Orwell: It was only an 'opeless fancy,It passed lika an Ipril dye,But a look an' a It was only an 'opeless fancy,
It passed lika an Ipril dye,
But a look an' a word an' the dreams they stirred
They 'ave stolen my 'eart awye!'
They sye that time 'eals all things,
They sye you can always forget;
But the smiles an' the tears across the years
They twist my 'eart-strings yet! — George Orwell
Eart's Sayings By Jonathan Safran Foer: She said, "Do you have more things that you need, or more that you don't She said, "Do you have more things that you need, or more that you don't need?" I said, "It depends on what it means to need. — Jonathan Safran Foer
Eart's Sayings By John Gray: Darwin's theory shows the truth of naturalism: we are animals like any other; our fate Darwin's theory shows the truth of naturalism: we are animals like any other; our fate and that of the rest of life on Earth are the same. Yet, in an irony all the more exquisite because no one has noticed it, Darwinism is now the central prop of the humanist faith that we can transcend our animal natures and rule the Eart. — John Gray