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Enter Your Own Sayings By Tara Brach: The next time you find yourself in some way trying desperately to land safely, your The next time you find yourself in some way trying desperately to land safely, your compassion might be what finally gives you the courage you need to let go of the controls. In doing so, you might discover that each time you let go, it becomes easier and easier to re-enter the atmosphere of your own aliveness. Gradually you'll come home to the flow of your own living presence, the warmth and space of your awakening heart. — Tara Brach
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Morihei Ueshiba: Opponents confront us continually, but actually there is no opponent there. Enter deeply into an Opponents confront us continually, but actually there is no opponent there. Enter deeply into an attack and neutralize it as you draw that misdirected force into your own sphere. — Morihei Ueshiba
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Brigham Young: Don't try to tear down other people's religion about their ears, Build up your own Don't try to tear down other people's religion about their ears, Build up your own perfect structure of truth, and invite your listeners to enter in and enjoy it's glories. — Brigham Young
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Enter Your Own Sayings By David Selby: When you succeed at creating your own world, whether it's in any realm - like When you succeed at creating your own world, whether it's in any realm - like Tolkien was able to do - and people are able to enter that world, it's a special thing. — David Selby
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Annie Dillard: You quit your house and country, quit your ship, and quit your companions in the You quit your house and country, quit your ship, and quit your companions in the tent, saying, "I am just going outside and may be some time." The light on the far side of the blizzard lures you. You walk, and one day you enter the spread heart of silence, where lands dissolve and seas become vapor and ices sublime under unknown stars. This is the end of the Via Negativa, the lightless edge where the slopes of knowledge dwindle, and love for its own sake, lacking an object, begins. — Annie Dillard
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Rajneesh: This is what meditation means: how to be not identified with the mind - how This is what meditation means: how to be not identified with the mind - how to create a space between yourself and your own mind. It is difficult because we never make any separation. We go on thinking in terms that the mind means me: mind and me are totally identified. If they are totally identified, then you will never be at peace; then you will never be able to enter the divine, because the divine can be entered only when the social has been left behind. — Rajneesh
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Ian Tregillis: What point in having the freedom to enter into promises of your own choosing, to What point in having the freedom to enter into promises of your own choosing, to forge bonds of your own design, if your only aim is to shatter them? — Ian Tregillis
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Okakura Kakuzo: These Taoists' ideas have greatly influenced all our theories of action, even to those of These Taoists' ideas have greatly influenced all our theories of action, even to those of fencing and wrestling. Jiu-jitsu, the Japanese art of self-defence, owes its name to a passage in the Tao-teking. In jiu-jitsu one seeks to draw out and exhaust the enemy's strength by non-resistance, vacuum, while conserving one's own strength for victory in the final struggle.
In art the importance of the same principle is illustrated by the value of suggestion. In leaving something unsaid the beholder is given a chance to complete the idea and thus a great masterpiece irresistibly rivets your attention until you seem to become actually a part of it. A vacuum is there for you to enter and fill up the full measure of your aesthetic emotion. — Okakura Kakuzo
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Judith Hanson Lasater: Follow your nature. The practice is really about uncovering your own pose; we have great Follow your nature. The practice is really about uncovering your own pose; we have great respect for our teachers, but unless we can uncover our own pose in the moment, it's not practice - it's mimicry. Rest deeply in Savasana every day. Always enter that pratyahara (withdrawn state) every day. And just enjoy yourself. For many years I mistook discipline as ambition. Now I believe it to be more about consistency. Do get on the mat. Practice and life are not that different. — Judith Hanson Lasater
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Neil Gaiman: What we read as adults should be read, I think, with no warnings or alerts What we read as adults should be read, I think, with no warnings or alerts beyond, perhaps: enter at your own risk. We need to find out what fiction is, what it means, to us, an experience that is going to be unlike anyone else's experience of the story. — Neil Gaiman
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Eric Ludy: Don't pray that God would teach you how to love like He loves; pray that Don't pray that God would teach you how to love like He loves; pray that He would fill you with Himself and that He would love in and through you. Don't pray that He would teach you to have joy; pray that the living God full of joy would enter into you. Don't pray that He would teach you how to be peaceful; ask for the God of peace, the Prince of peace to infill you. Because if you try to imitate in your own strength, you will be a miserable replica. But if you allow the impartation of Jesus Christ to overtake you, suddenly it all works because it is Him imitating Himself, and He is very good at being God. — Eric Ludy
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Joseph Chamberlain: [Social legislation] raised the cost of production; and what can be more illogical than to [Social legislation] raised the cost of production; and what can be more illogical than to raise the cost of production in the country and then to allow the products of other countries which are not surrounded by any similar legislation, which are free from any similar cost and expenditure freely to enter our country in competition with our own goods ... If these foreign goods come in cheaper, one of two things must follow ... either you will take lower wages or you will lose your work. — Joseph Chamberlain
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Enter Your Own Sayings By R.S. Thomas: Children's SongWe live in our own world,A world that is too smallFor you to stoop Children's Song
We live in our own world,
A world that is too small
For you to stoop and enter
Even on hands and knees,
The adult subterfuge.
And though you probe and pry
With analytic eye,
And eavesdrop all our talk
With an amused look,
You cannot find the centre
Where we dance, where we play,
Where life is still asleep
Under the closed flower,
Under the smooth shell
Of eggs in the cupped nest
That mock the faded blue
Of your remoter heaven. — R.S. Thomas
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Tim Kreider: Defriending in't just unrecognized by some social oversight, it's protected by its own protocol, a Defriending in't just unrecognized by some social oversight, it's protected by its own protocol, a code of silence. Demanding an explanation wouldn't just be undignified; it would violate the whole tacit contract on which friendship is founded. The same thing that makes friendship so valuable is what makes it so tenuous: it is purely voluntary. You enter into it freely, without the imperatives of biology or the agenda of desire. [...] Laura Kipnis's book Against Love: A Polemic includes a harrowing eight0page inventory of things people are not allowed to do because they're in romantic relationships, from going out without saying where you're going or when you'll be back to wearing that idiotic hat. But your best friend can move across the country without asking you. — Tim Kreider
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Natalie Goldberg: In writing practice, there's no direction. You enter your own mind and follow it where In writing practice, there's no direction. You enter your own mind and follow it where it takes you. We have a great need to connect with our own mind and our own true self. And all of us have a story to tell. — Natalie Goldberg
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Wendy Vanderwal-Gritter: One retired pastor, who felt that he was being called to write a book about One retired pastor, who felt that he was being called to write a book about homosexuality, interviewed me. He said he wanted his book to be pastorally compassionate toward gay people while exhorting the church to remain firm in holding to a traditional, biblical sexual ethic. He said, "You have to be careful to not love people too much. Loving people changes you." Indeed, loving people does change you. Loving people who are different than you changes you. But it seems to me that such change is consistent with the call of Christ. Allowing your heart to enter the beauty and brokenness of another's life (which really isn't so different from your own), to hear hopes and dreams and disappointments, fears and hurts and joys does change you. One ought not be afraid of that. — Wendy Vanderwal-Gritter
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Salman Rushdie: Like everyone he knew, Luka possessed a wide assortment of pocket-sized alternate-reality boxes, and spent Like everyone he knew, Luka possessed a wide assortment of pocket-sized alternate-reality boxes, and spent much of his spare time leaving his own world to enter the rich, colorful, musical, challenging universes inside these boxes, universes in which death was temporary (until you made too many mistakes and it became permanent) and a life was a thing you could win, or save up for, or just be miraculously granted because you happened to bump your head into the right brick, or eat the right mushroom, or pass through the right magic waterfall, and you could store up as many lives as your skill and good fortune could get you. — Salman Rushdie
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Brigitte Nielsen: When you makes movies, you usually make good money. But it is also a very When you makes movies, you usually make good money. But it is also a very tough job. Once you enter the public's eye, you have to be aware that you give up a huge part of your own life. And it is never a job from nine to five. — Brigitte Nielsen
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Enter Your Own Sayings By A.J. Truman: It's scary when you enter the real world. It's like turning off the highway in It's scary when you enter the real world. It's like turning off the highway in the middle of nowhere. Maybe there's another road, or a dirt road, or nothing at all. But it's up to you to forge your own path. You can ask for advice, but ultimately, it's your road. And the good thing about this road is that it can go in any direction you want. You can turn left, turn right, turn around, get off the road completely onto another dirt road. All that freedom is scary, frankly. But eventually, you'll look in the rearview mirror and marvel at this amazing journey you built from nothing. Enjoy the journey. Enjoy the confusion. Enjoy making mistakes. That's how the best roads are built. — A.J. Truman
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Peter S. Beagle: Marveling at his own boldness, he said softly, I would enter your sleep if I Marveling at his own boldness, he said softly, I would enter your sleep if I could, and guard you there, and slay the thing that hounds you, as I would if it had the courage to face me in fair daylight. But I cannot come in unless you dream of me. — Peter S. Beagle
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Edward Abbey: The canyon country does not always inspire love. To many it appears barren, hostile, repellent The canyon country does not always inspire love. To many it appears barren, hostile, repellent - a fearsome mostly waterless land of rock and heat, sand dunes and quicksand, cactus, thornbrush, scorpion, rattlesnake, and agaraphobic distances. To those who see our land in that manner, the best reply is, yes, you are right, it is a dangerous and terrible place. Enter at your own risk. Carry water. Avoid the noonday sun. Try to ignore the vultures. Pray frequently. — Edward Abbey
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Pat Conroy: I thought that I must always search for the remarkable combinations, add unknowns, mix things I thought that I must always search for the remarkable combinations, add unknowns, mix things that were clearly marked with things beyond marking. I would leave the simulated test and enter into forbidden territory. I would look for that moment when I would begin to pour alone and in wonder. I would always try to seize that moment and to accept its challenge. I wanted to become the seeker, the aroused and passionate explorer, and it was better to go at it knowing nothing at all, always choosing the unmarked bottle, always choosing your own unproven method, armed with nothing faith and a belief in astonishment. And if by accident, I could make a volcano in a single test tube, then what could I do with all the strange magnificent elements of the world with its infinity of unknowns, with the swarm of man, with civilization, with language? — Pat Conroy
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Tobias Wolff: That room - once you enter it, you never really leave. You can forget you're That room - once you enter it, you never really leave. You can forget you're there, you can go on as if you hold the reins, that the course of your life, yeah even its length, will reflect the force of your character and the wisdom of your judgments. And then you hit an icy path on a turn one sunny March day and the wheel in your hands becomes a joke and you no more than a spectator to your own dreamy slide toward the verge, and then you remember where you are. — Tobias Wolff
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Ortega Y Gasset: The specialist serves as a striking concrete example of the species, making clear to us The specialist serves as a striking concrete example of the species, making clear to us the radical nature of the novelty. For, previously, men could be divided simply into the learned and the ignorant, those more or less the one, and those more or less the other. But your specialist cannot be brought in under either of these two categories. He is not learned , for he is formally ignorant of all that does not enter into his speciality; but neither is he ignorant, because he is "a scientist," and "knows" very well his own tiny portion of the universe. We shall have to say that he is a learned ignoramus, which is a very serious matter, as it implies that he is a person who is ignorant, not in the fashion of the ignorant man, but with an the petulance of one who is learned in his own special line. — Ortega Y Gasset
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Joseph Campbell: You enter the forestat the darkest point,where there is no path.Where there is a way You enter the forest
at the darkest point,
where there is no path.
Where there is a way or path,
it is someone else's path.
You are not on your own path.
If you follow someone else's way,
you are not going to realize
your potential. — Joseph Campbell
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: When we meditate, what we actually do is enter into a vacant, calm, still, silent When we meditate, what we actually do is enter into a vacant, calm, still, silent mind. We go deep within and approach our true existence, which is our soul. When we live in the soul, we feel that we are actually meditating spontaneously. On the surface of the sea are multitudes of waves, but the sea is not affected below. In the deepest depths, at the bottom of the sea is all tranquility. So when you start meditating, try to feel your own inner existence first. That is to say, the bottom of the sea: calm and quiet. Feel that your whole being is surcharged with peace and tranquility. — Sri Chinmoy
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Christine Caine: ...if we're to experience change in our very nature, we need to enter the cocoon ...if we're to experience change in our very nature, we need to enter the cocoon of the Word of God. When you sit in your lounge room or your favorite chair reading the Bible, think caterpillar. It's like you're spinning your own spiritual cocoon.

It's in the confines of the cocoon that the unseen work is done in the caterpillar...This is exactly what happens to us when we abide in the Word of God. It's here He can do His greatest work in us. As we commit to this process we too will experience internal transformation that in time will cause external change. — Christine Caine
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Mark Billingham: A reader's own imagination is a far more powerful form of CGI than anything any A reader's own imagination is a far more powerful form of CGI than anything any movie can provide because it's unique. In your own imagination, you can enter all sorts of worlds, and they are unique to you because no other reader will interpret a book the same way. — Mark Billingham
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Angelus Silesius: Paradise is at your own center; unless you find it there, there is no way Paradise is at your own center; unless you find it there, there is no way to enter. — Angelus Silesius
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Enter Your Own Sayings By Seneca.: But," comes the reply, "I am being driven from the farm which my father and But," comes the reply, "I am being driven from the farm which my father and grandfather owned!" Well? Who owned the land before your grandfather? Can you explain what people (I will not say what person) held it originally? You did not enter upon it as a master, but merely as a tenant. And whose tenant are you? If your claim is successful, you are tenant of the heir. The lawyers say that public property cannot be acquired privately by possession;11 what you hold and call your own is public property - indeed, it belongs to mankind at large. — Seneca.
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Enter Your Own Sayings By James Hollis: How different the world would be if each parent could say to the child: "Who How different the world would be if each parent could say to the child: "Who you are is terrific, all you are meant to be. And who you are, as you are, is loved by all of us. You have a source within, which is the soul, and it will express itself to you through what we call desire. Always respect the well-being of the other, but live your own journey, serve that desire, risk being that which wishes to enter the world through you, and you will always have our love, even if your path takes you away from us." Such persons would then have a powerful tool to enable them to change their lives when it was not working out for them. Such persons would be able to make difficult decisions, mindful always of the impact on others, but also determined to live the life intended by the gods who brought us here. — James Hollis
Enter Your Own Sayings By Emily Carr: Enter into the life of the trees. Know your relationship and understand their language, unspoken, Enter into the life of the trees. Know your relationship and understand their language, unspoken, unwritten talk. Answer back to them with their own dumb magnificence, soul words, earth words, the God in you responding to the God in them. — Emily Carr
Enter Your Own Sayings By Adolf Hitler: When You Are In The Light, Everything Follows You, But When You Enter Into The When You Are In The Light, Everything
Follows You, But When You Enter Into
The Dark, Even Your Own Shadow
Doesn't Follow You. — Adolf Hitler
Enter Your Own Sayings By Ryan Adams: Writing and creating, those things come to me on their own. I feel like ... Writing and creating, those things come to me on their own. I feel like ... you sort of summon them and it's like allowing the universe to enter your heart in an entirely different way to what it normally does. It's like inviting that energy of the universe to enter into your craft in a way where it has a meaning. — Ryan Adams
Enter Your Own Sayings By Orson Scott Card: But I hope that in the lives of Ender Wiggin, Novinha, Miro, Ela, Human, Jane, But I hope that in the lives of Ender Wiggin, Novinha, Miro, Ela, Human, Jane, the hive queen, and so many others in this book, you will find stories worth holding in your memory, perhaps even in your heart. That's the transaction that counts more than bestseller lists, royalty statements, awards, or reviews. Because in the pages of this book, you and I will meet one-on-one, my mind and yours, and you will enter a world of my making and dwell there, not as a character that I control, but as a person with a mind of your own. You will make of my story what you need it to be, if you can. I hope my tale is true enough and flexible enough that you can make it into a world worth living in. — Orson Scott Card
Enter Your Own Sayings By Glen Duncan: And saying itthe first time we say it and mean it we cross over into And saying it
the first time we say it and mean it
we cross over into that other world that has so far been no more than a suspicion or a dream. Saying it, we enter the golden realm where the old structures of doubt and the agony of incompleteness disappear, and the utterance itself is the first bright rung on the ladder of new possibility. What a relief! What a joyous relief from the distinctive weight of your own soul, to be able to look unguardedly into the eyes of another and say it, meaning it and heady with knowing you mean it: "I love you." If the wind had blown through me at that moment, my body would have sung like a chime. — Glen Duncan
Enter Your Own Sayings By Paul Valery: To enter into your own mind you need to be armed to the teeth. To enter into your own mind you need to be armed to the teeth. — Paul Valery
Enter Your Own Sayings By Rumi: You have no need to travel anywhere - journey within yourself. Enter a mine of You have no need to travel anywhere - journey within yourself. Enter a mine of rubies and bathe in the splendor of your own light. — Rumi
Enter Your Own Sayings By Johannes Tauler: To discern what weaknesses and faults separate you from God, you must enter into your To discern what weaknesses and faults separate you from God, you must enter into your own inward ground and then confront yourself. — Johannes Tauler
Enter Your Own Sayings By Nikolai Gogol: To what nadir of paltriness , pettiness, and squalor a man can sink! How could To what nadir of paltriness , pettiness, and squalor a man can sink! How could he change so! But is this really true to life? ---It is, it's all true to life, for anything can happen to a man. Your ardent youth of today would recoil in horror if you were to show him his own portrait as an old man. Once you set off on life's journey, once you take your leave of those gentle years of youth and enter the harsh, embittering years of manhood, remember to keep with you all your human emotions, do not leave them by the wayside, for you will not pick them up again! Grim and terrible is the old age which awaits us, and nothing does it give in return! The grave itself is more merciful than old age, for at least on the gravestone you will find written the words: 'Here a man lies buried!' but in the cold, unfeeling features of inhuman old age you can read nothing. — Nikolai Gogol
Enter Your Own Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: You who let yourselves feel: enter the breathing That is more than your own. Let You who let yourselves feel: enter the breathing
That is more than your own.
Let it brush your cheeks
As it divides and rejoins behind you.
The trees you planted in childhood have grown
Too heavy. You cannot bring them along.
Give yourselves to the air, to what you cannot hold. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Enter Your Own Sayings By Rajneesh: You can enter yoga, or the path of yoga, only when you are totally frustrated You can enter yoga, or the path of yoga, only when you are totally frustrated with your own mind as it is. If you are still hoping that you can gain something through your mind, yoga is not for you. — Rajneesh
Enter Your Own Sayings By Edouard Leve: In the midst of this utopia, which only your fellow lone voyagers would perceive, you In the midst of this utopia, which only your fellow lone voyagers would perceive, you used to transgress society's rules unknowingly, and no one would hold you accountable for it. You would mistakenly enter private residences, go to concerts to which you had not been invited, eat at community banquets where you could only guess the community's identity when they started giving speeches. Had you behaved like this in your own country, you would have been taken for a liar or a fool. But the improbable ways of a foreigner are accepted. Far from your home, you used to taste the pleasure of being mad without being alienated, of being an imbecile without renouncing your intelligence, of being an impostor without culpability. — Edouard Leve
Enter Your Own Sayings By Bulleh Shah: Yes, yes; you've read thousands of books but you've never tried to read your own Yes, yes; you've read thousands of books but you've never tried to read your own self; you rush into your temples, into your mosques, but you have never tried to enter your own heart; futile are all your battles with the devil for you have never tried to fight your own desires. — Bulleh Shah
Enter Your Own Sayings By John Ehle: What was his place? he wondered. Where was his world? He had sometimes stood on What was his place? he wondered. Where was his world? He had sometimes stood on the riverbank and told himself: Deep down in the cold water is your world; a rock lashed to your feet is your clothing for that world. To enter it you need only to climb to the place above the rapids, where the pool is, where it is always calm, so it must be deep, and there bury yourself and leave a world that is not your own and find a garden, long fields already cleared and cribs already filled, a new place in which a weakness in a man is a matter for a word or chide, not a break through which the terrors of the world flow in. — John Ehle
Enter Your Own Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: If you can create harmony in your own life, This harmony will enter into the If you can create harmony in your own life, This harmony will enter into the vast world. — Sri Chinmoy
Enter Your Own Sayings By Amity Gaige: Parenthood is a psychic sweat lodge: enter into it only if you are ready to Parenthood is a psychic sweat lodge: enter into it only if you are ready to have your own secreted toxins running into your eyes. Few people are prepared for its power - women or men. — Amity Gaige
Enter Your Own Sayings By Madeline Sheehan: Your mother holds you skin on skin and when you enter this world, feeds you Your mother holds you skin on skin and when you enter this world, feeds you with her own body; skin on skin. Your father runs his fingers over your tear stained cheek, presses his lips to your forehead; skin on skin. You make love, skin on skin with a man you love, a beautiful man. And then, if you're lucky your own baby will enter this world and you'll hold her skin on skin, feed her with your body skin on skin. It's a magical thing. — Madeline Sheehan
Enter Your Own Sayings By David Thorne: At one point, Joylene (a large woman from HR with four framed photos of her At one point, Joylene (a large woman from HR with four framed photos of her cats and one of her deceased father holding a trout on her desk) actually stated, "Ooo, I love Excel." Who says, "Ooo, I love Excel."? How is it even a sentence? Each time Joylene had a question, she waved her pen, with a huge rainbow colored feather taped to the end, above her head while making excited "uh, uh, um, uh" noises. "Yes, Joylene?" "If I want my columns color coded, am I able to mix my own preferred range of blues from a palette or do I have to select from the four-thousand shades of blue it already has?" "And that, your Honor, is when the defendant leapt across the desk. I enter into evidence the rainbow feather pen." If there ever comes a time where I'm typing numbers into boxes and decide I'd really like those boxes with numbers to be a specific shade of blue, it will be time to turn off the computer, pack my things, and start a fire. — David Thorne
Enter Your Own Sayings By Julia Ross: I'm in love with you - ridiculous, isn't it?" It's impossible. Why had she played I'm in love with you - ridiculous, isn't it?"
It's impossible. Why had she played with fire? Ridiculous, isn't it? If he knew how she felt, how much more impossible for him!
"You'll get over it," she said at last.
The smile widened, as if a deep appreciation for his own frailty spread only the most wicked amusement. "Is that all you have to say when a man bares his bloody soul and admits his absurdity?"
"I think you're in pain," she said, fighting the odd strangling panic. "I don't believe love is meant to be painful."
"No, of course not. Love is meant to be comfortable and safe, like Jeb Hardacre and his wife snoring before the kitchen fire. That is not what I feel about you." He laughed with obvious bravado. "This is a madness. I want to enter your skin. I want to discover your very essence - why you're so enthralling and mysterious to me. I cannot allow any of it. — Julia Ross
Enter Your Own Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: We were in a long hall of some sort, very old-looking. High, high ceilings. Gothic We were in a long hall of some sort, very old-looking. High, high ceilings. Gothic in the very definition of the word.
Vlad smiled. Enter freely and of your own will, isn't that what I'm supposed to say? — Jeaniene Frost
Enter Your Own Sayings By Nirav Sanchaniya: Touch my song with your lips, make it immortal,be my beloved, make my love immortal.No Touch my song with your lips, make it immortal,
be my beloved, make my love immortal.
No restriction of age, not the bond of lives,
when someone love should see only the soul,
by carving new trend, make the trend immortal.
Loneliness of the sky is in my lone heart,
with rattleing paayal enter into my life,
by giving own breaths make the music immortal
make the music immortal, make my song immortal.
World snatched from me, whatever was beloved to me,
all won from me, I lost at every moment,
by losing your heart you make my victory immortal.
written By Honthon Se Chhoo Lo Tum - Jagjit Singh — Nirav Sanchaniya
Enter Your Own Sayings By Michael J. Fox: If you're lucky, in some point in the future when you're in need of guidance If you're lucky, in some point in the future when you're in need of guidance or perhaps moral support, you may cross paths with a suitable mentor. Even luckier, you'll realize you had one in your life all along and you'll gain a new appreciation for how you benefited from that relationship. The luckiest relationship of all, of course, is a combination of the two. You've had help all along, and as the path widens or narrows, whatever the case may be, new and powerful influences will enter your life and aid your progress. In my experience, a mentor doesn't necessarily tell you what to do, but more importantly: tells you what they did or might do, then trusts you to draw your own conclusions and act accordingly. If you succeed, they'll take one step back and if you fail, they'll take one step closer. Whatever it is they teach you, pass it on. — Michael J. Fox
Enter Your Own Sayings By Cyc Jouzy: A Relationship Should Come With An ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK Sign. A Relationship Should Come With An ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK Sign. — Cyc Jouzy
Enter Your Own Sayings By Alasdair MacIntyre: We enter upon a stage which we did not design and we find ourselves part We enter upon a stage which we did not design and we find ourselves part of an action that was not of our making. Each of us being a main character in his own drama plays subordinate parts in the dramas of others, and each drama constrains the others. In my drama, perhaps, I am Hamlet or Iago or at least the swineherd who may yet become a prince, but to you I am only A Gentleman or at best Second Murderer, while you are my Polonius or my Gravedigger, but your own hero. Each of our dramas exerts constraints on each other's, making the whole different from the parts, but still dramatic. — Alasdair MacIntyre
Enter Your Own Sayings By Arnold Bennett: Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by Your own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your permission. — Arnold Bennett
Enter Your Own Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: What would you here, unhappy mortal, and for what cause have you left your own What would you here, unhappy mortal, and for what cause have you left your own land to enter this, which is forbidden to such as you? Can you show reason why my power should not be laid on you in heavy punishment for your insolence and folly?" Then Beren looking up beheld the eyes of Luthien, and his glance went also to the face of Melian; and it seemed to him that words were put into his mouth. Fear left him, and the pride of the eldest house of Men returned to him; and he said: "My fate, O King, led me hither, through perils such as few even of the Elves would dare. And here I have found what I sought not indeed, but finding I would possess for ever. For it is above all gold and silver, and beyond all jewels. Neither rock, nor steel, nor the fires of Morgoth, nor all the powers of the Elf-kingdoms, shall keep from me the treasure that I desire. For Luthien your daughter is the fairest of all the Children of the World." Then silence fell upon the hall ... — J.R.R. Tolkien
Enter Your Own Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge.
The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, among his followers, gives not of his wisdom but rather of his faith and his lovingness.
If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. — Kahlil Gibran
Enter Your Own Sayings By Nicky Peacock: Every hundred years or so a new Grim Anoukie is made; the Parish Priest at Every hundred years or so a new Grim Anoukie is made; the Parish Priest at the time picks a victim, usually someone who has pissed off the church or simply wouldn't be missed. He then buries them alive in the Virgin Grave; the rest is... history."

Nicky Peacock
"The Virgin Grave — Nicky Peacock
Enter Your Own Sayings By Michele Wolf: In two of your poems you called that centralPassage of womanhood a wound,Instead of a In two of your poems you called that central
Passage of womanhood a wound,
Instead of a curtain guarding a silken
Trail of sighs. How many men,
Upon regarding such beauty, helplessly
Touching it, recklessly needing
To enter its warmth again and again,
Have assumed it embodies their own ache
Of absence, the personal
Gash that has punished their lives.
So endowed of anatomy, any woman
Who has been loved
Knows that her tenderest blush
Of tissue is a luxe burden of have.
Although it bleeds, this is only to cleanse,
To prepare yet another nesting for love.
It is not a wound, friend.
It is a home for you.
It is a way into the world. — Michele Wolf
Enter Your Own Sayings By Nick Cave: That's what I like about watching a movie: you enter an imagined world that's more That's what I like about watching a movie: you enter an imagined world that's more interesting, more engaging than your own. Or less painful than your own. — Nick Cave
Enter Your Own Sayings By Gustave Flaubert: You forget everything. The hours slip by. You travel in your chair through centuries you You forget everything. The hours slip by. You travel in your chair through centuries you seem seem to see before you, your thoughts are caught up in the story, dallying with the details or following the course of the plot, you enter into characters, so that it seems as if it were your own heart beating beneath their costumes. — Gustave Flaubert
Enter Your Own Sayings By Gary Zukav: If your struggle with the conflicting parts of yourself is conscious, you are able to If your struggle with the conflicting parts of yourself is conscious, you are able to choose consciously the response that will create the karma that you desire. You will be able to bring to bear upon your decision an awareness of what lies behind each choice, and the consequences of each choice, and choose accordingly. When you enter into your decision-making dynamic consciously, you insert your will consciously into the creative cycle through which your soul evolves, and you enter consciously into your own evolution. — Gary Zukav
Enter Your Own Sayings By Carl R. Rogers: To be with another in this [empathic] way means that for the time being, you To be with another in this [empathic] way means that for the time being, you lay aside your own views and values in order to enter another's world without prejudice. In some sense it means that you lay aside your self; this can only be done by persons who are secure enough in themselves that they know they will not get lost in what may turn out to be the strange or bizarre world of the other, and that they can comfortably return to their own world when they wish.
Perhaps this description makes clear that being empathic is a complex, demanding, and strong - yet subtle and gentle - way of being. — Carl R. Rogers
Enter Your Own Sayings By Pat Conroy: You're worried about your mother dying, aren't you," Leah said, putting her cheek on my You're worried about your mother dying, aren't you," Leah said, putting her cheek on my forearm. "I can tell."
For a moment I hesitated, but I could hear the call for intimacy in her voice, the desire for me to let her enter those grottoes where I tended my own fear of my mother's illness. — Pat Conroy
Enter Your Own Sayings By Kabir: Be strong then, and enter into your own body; there you have a solid place Be strong then, and enter into your own body; there you have a solid place for your feet. — Kabir
Enter Your Own Sayings By Brigitte Nielsen: Once you enter the public's eye, you have to be aware that you give up Once you enter the public's eye, you have to be aware that you give up a huge part of your own life. — Brigitte Nielsen
Enter Your Own Sayings By Christian Bale: You're creating a different world and the actor's job is to be able to convince You're creating a different world and the actor's job is to be able to convince the audience to enter into that world, whether it be actually something that you recognize from your own life or not. — Christian Bale
Enter Your Own Sayings By Yvonne S. Thornton: Always enter a room with your head up. Right away that tells people you're your Always enter a room with your head up. Right away that tells people you're your own person. If your head is down, that lets people feel they can do anything they want with you. When you talk to somebody, white or colored, always look him straight in the eye. First of all, it's honesty. Second, he knows he can beat up on you if you don't make eye contact. — Yvonne S. Thornton
Enter Your Own Sayings By Bram Stoker: Enter freely and of your own free will! Enter freely and of your own free will! — Bram Stoker
Enter Your Own Sayings By Rumi: Join the community of saints and know the delight of your own Soul. Enter the Join the community of saints and know the delight of your own Soul. Enter the ruins of your Heart and Learn the Meaning of Humility. — Rumi
Enter Your Own Sayings By Alice Munro: To dare it; to get away with it, to enter on preposterous adventures in your To dare it; to get away with it, to enter on preposterous adventures in your own, but newly named, skin. — Alice Munro
Enter Your Own Sayings By Nora Roberts: You can laugh," he said. "Dad's been ranting and muttering for an hour. Something about-" You can laugh," he said. "Dad's been ranting and muttering for an hour. Something about-" his gaze shifted and lingered on Shelby "-traitors and infidels.Hello,you must be the infidel."
The friendly irony in his voice had Shelby's lips curving. "I must be."
"Shelby Campbell,my brother, Caine."
"The first Campbell ever to step into the MacGregor keep.Enter at your own risk." Caine offered his hand as Shelby crossed the threshold. His first thought was that she had the face of a mermaid-not quite beautiful, but alluring and not easily forgotten.
Shelby glanced around the wide hall, approving the faded tapestries and heavy old furniture.She caught the scent of spring flowers, a wisp of dust and old polish. No,she couldn't have done it better herself. "Well, the roof didn't cave in," she commented as she studied a crested shield on the wall. "So far so good. — Nora Roberts
Enter Your Own Sayings By Winston S. Churchill: What shall I do with all my books?' was the question, and the answer, 'Read What shall I do with all my books?' was the question, and the answer, 'Read them,' sobered the questioner. But if you cannot read them, at the very least handle them and, as it were, fondle them. Peer into them. Let them fall open as they will. Read on from the first sentence that turns the eye. Then turn to another. Make a voyage of discovery, taking soundings of uncharted seas. Set them back on their shelves with your own hands. Arrange them on your own plan, so that if you do not know what is in them, you at least know where they are. If they cannot be your friends, let them at any rate be your acquaintances. If they cannot enter the circle of your life, do not deny them at least a nod of recognition. — Winston S. Churchill
Enter Your Own Sayings By Zhuangzi: Life, death, preservation, loss, failure, success, poverty, riches, worthiness, unworthiness, slander, fame, hunger, thirst, cold, Life, death, preservation, loss, failure, success, poverty, riches, worthiness, unworthiness, slander, fame, hunger, thirst, cold, heat - these are the alternations of the world, the workings of fate. Day and night they change place before us, and wisdom cannot spy out their source. Therefore, they should not be enough to destroy your harmony; they should not be allowed to enter the storehouse of the spirit. If you can harmonize and delight in them, master them and never be at a loss for joy; if you can do this day and night without break and make it be spring with everything, mingling with all and creating the moment within your own mind - this is what I call being whole in power. — Zhuangzi
Enter Your Own Sayings By Wallace Shawn: I'm a very lucky man. It's a beautiful thing for a writer, to see people I'm a very lucky man. It's a beautiful thing for a writer, to see people allowing your words to enter their own unconscious and their souls. — Wallace Shawn
Enter Your Own Sayings By Jude Nutter: To abandon language is to stop/creating a place other than your own life/in which to To abandon language is to stop/creating a place other than your own life/in which to live. It is to enter/the terrible certainty of the flesh. Even god/is only possible through language. — Jude Nutter
Enter Your Own Sayings By Jonathan Carroll: Patience never wants Wonder to enter the house: because Wonder is a wretched guest. It Patience never wants Wonder to enter the house: because Wonder is a wretched guest. It uses all of you but is not careful with what is most fragile or irreplaceable. If it breaks you, it shrugs and moves on. Without asking, Wonder often brings along dubious friends: doubt, jealousy, greed. Together they take over; rearrange the furniture in every one of your rooms for their own comfort. They speak odd languages but make no attempt to translate for you. They cook strange meals in your heart that leave odd tastes and smells. When they finally go are you happy or miserable? Patience is always left holding the broom. — Jonathan Carroll