Edmund Opitz Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Edmund Opitz Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Edmund Opitz Sayings By Jaye Wells: What?" my partner asked suddenly.I jumped, guilty at having been caught staring. But, hell, I What?" my partner asked suddenly.
I jumped, guilty at having been caught staring. But, hell, I thought, might as well ask. "Are you two
you know?" I made a vaguely obscene gesture with my fingers.
He stopped walking so fast I was shocked he didn't get whiplash. "What?"
I waved toward the building. "You and Shandi."
Instead of answering, he threw his head back and brayed like the jackass he was. — Jaye Wells
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Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: The exercise of freedom invariably results in some choices that are unwise or wrong. But, The exercise of freedom invariably results in some choices that are unwise or wrong. But, by living with the consequences of his foolish choices a man learns to choose more wisely next time. — Edmund A. Opitz
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Edmund Opitz Sayings By Clementine Von Radics: There is a river running through this city and every time my best friend laughs There is a river running through this city and every time my best friend laughs I want to grab him by the shoulders and shout Grow old with me and never kiss me on the mouth! I want to spend the next eighty years together, eating Doritos and riding bikes. — Clementine Von Radics
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Edmund Opitz Sayings By T.R. Graves: A true test of someone's love is how they act when they're stressed and not A true test of someone's love is how they act when they're stressed and not how much they love you when everything's goin' good. — T.R. Graves
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Samson Raphael Hirsch: One glorious chain of love, of giving and receiving, unites all creatures. One glorious chain of love, of giving and receiving, unites all creatures. — Samson Raphael Hirsch
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: If Jesus regarded it as important the blessing that comes to one who voluntarily renders If Jesus regarded it as important the blessing that comes to one who voluntarily renders help, then the churches have been right in presenting the claims of philanthropy as on of the most important of religious obligations. For one thing, this obligation keeps us sensitive and aware toward an important aspect of our environment --- other peoples needs. Secondly, this is a rightful stewardship of ones own property, and it is the antithesis of the practice whereby one man volunteers another mans property for use in alleviating some real of imagined distress --- as in various schemes of social security. — Edmund A. Opitz
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: No man is competent to manage another. No man is competent to manage another. — Edmund A. Opitz
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: The well-being of individual persons in any society varies inversely with the money at the The well-being of individual persons in any society varies inversely with the money at the disposal of the political class. — Edmund A. Opitz
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Tim Bevan: Any additional spotlight you can put onto an opening of a film is a great Any additional spotlight you can put onto an opening of a film is a great thing to get. — Tim Bevan
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: Tom Paine generally took a critical stance when dealing with religion and the church, but Tom Paine generally took a critical stance when dealing with religion and the church, but in 1775, in an essay entitled, "Thoughts on Defensive War" he wrote as follows: "In the barbarous ages of the world, men in genernal had no liberty. the strong governed the weak a will; till the coming of Christ there was no sucht thing as political freedom in any part of the world... The Romans held the world in slavery and were themselves slaves of their emperors... Wherefore political as well as spiritual freedom is the gift of God through Christ — Edmund A. Opitz
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Bret Easton Ellis: And just as the table is about to finally ignore him, to look away and And just as the table is about to finally ignore him, to look away and start eating, he sits up and loudly says, pointing an accusing finger at his plate, "It moved!" Timothy glares at him with a contempt so total that I can't fully equal it but I muster enough energy to come close. — Bret Easton Ellis
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Sara Wolf: Two closets wait to be filled with shoes or condoms or failed exams or whatever Two closets wait to be filled with shoes or condoms or failed exams or whatever else college kids fill empty spaces with. Broken dreams, maybe. — Sara Wolf
Edmund Opitz Sayings By Edmund A. Opitz: No one can read our Constitution without concluding that the people who wrote it wanted No one can read our Constitution without concluding that the people who wrote it wanted their government severely limited; the words "no" and "not" employed in restraint of government power occur 24 times in the first seven articles of the Constitution and 22 more times in the Bill of Rights. — Edmund A. Opitz