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Face The Consequences Sayings By Friedrich August Von Hayek: I can have little patience with those who oppose ... the theory of evolution or I can have little patience with those who oppose ... the theory of evolution or what are called "mechanistic" explanations of the phenomena of life because of certain moral consequences which at first seem to follow from these theories, and still less with those who regard it as irrelevant or impious to ask certain questions at all. By refusing to face the facts , the conservative only weakens his own position. — Friedrich August Von Hayek
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Red Phoenix: We're all forced to face our demons at some point, Miss Bennett. I believe it We're all forced to face our demons at some point, Miss Bennett. I believe it is part of God's plan. Whether we meet them with courage or fearful avoidance is up to the individual, but the consequences of those decisions determine the rest of our lives." She clutched the custard dish to her chest, admitting quietly, "I'm afraid for Sir." "I trust he will come through this. He is not a weak man." "No, he is not," she agreed vehemently. — Red Phoenix
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Laura Schlessinger: Never do anything that you aren't prepared to face the true consequences of. Never do anything that you aren't prepared to face the true consequences of. — Laura Schlessinger
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Michele Knight: When we die the only judge we have is ourselves. We see our life played When we die the only judge we have is ourselves. We see our life played out in a hologram of knowledge that our earth souls cannot understand. We see all at once how each word and each action affected the lives of the people around us. How a moment of kindness can change a life and a sharp word can affect someone for ever. Words and actions are far more powerful than we realise. It's the pebble-in-the-lake effect-even the tiniest pebble thrown into water will create ripples right across the lake. We don't need to be punished because, when we have viewed the consequences of our actions on all the souls we have met, we have remorse enough. I believe there is no external judge. We must face ourselves. — Michele Knight
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Face The Consequences Sayings By John Green: Hazel Grace, like so many children before you - and I say this with great Hazel Grace, like so many children before you - and I say this with great affection - you spent your Wish hastily, with little care for the consequences. The Grim Reaper was staring you in the face and the fear of dying with your Wish still in your proverbial pocket, ungranted, led you to rush toward the first Wish you could think of, and you, like so many others, chose the cold and artificial pleasures of the theme park. — John Green
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Mary McCarthy: The horror of Gandhi's murder lies not in the political motives behind it or in The horror of Gandhi's murder lies not in the political motives behind it or in its consequences for Indian policy or for the future of non-violence; the horror lies simply in the fact that any man could look into the face of this extraordinary person and deliberately pull a trigger. — Mary McCarthy
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Helen Simonson: He had never imagined so clearly the consequences of mailing a letter - the impossibility He had never imagined so clearly the consequences of mailing a letter - the impossibility of retrieving it from the iron mouth of the box; the inevitability if its steady progress through the postal system; the passing from bag to bag and postman to postman until a lone man in a van pulls up to the door and pushes a small pile through the letterbox. It seemed suddenly horrible that one's words could not be taken back, one's thoughts allowed none of the remediation of speaking face to face. — Helen Simonson
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Beth Fantaskey: Gentlemen don't ask women impertinent questions about delicate subjects ... ... And they never, ever Gentlemen don't ask women impertinent questions about delicate subjects ... ... And they never, ever use crude expressions in mixed company. Not unless they're ready to face the consequences. — Beth Fantaskey
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Joseph M. Marshall III: You can think whatever you want, say whatever you want, and do whatever you want, You can think whatever you want, say whatever you want, and do whatever you want, as long as you are willing to face the consequences. — Joseph M. Marshall III
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Arthur C. Clarke: Electronic diplomacy was not possible over solar-system distances. Some elder statesmen, accustomed to the instantaneous Electronic diplomacy was not possible over solar-system distances. Some elder statesmen, accustomed to the instantaneous communications that Earth had long taken for granted, had never reconciled themselves to the fact that radio waves took minutes, or even hours, to journey across the gulfs between the planets. "Can't you scientists do something about it?" they had been heard to complain bitterly when told that immediate face-to-face conversation was impossible between Earth and any of its remoter children. Only the Moon had the barely acceptable one-and-a-half-second delay - with all the political and psychological consequences that implied. — Arthur C. Clarke
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Face The Consequences Sayings By J.D. Robb: I'm fine right here."All patience, he bent down until his face was close to hers. I'm fine right here."
All patience, he bent down until his face was close to hers. "What you are is hoping to get drunk enough so that you can take a few punches at someone without worrying about the consequences. With me, you don't have to get drunk, you don't have to worry. You can take all the punches you want."
"Why?"
"Because you have something sad in your eyes and it gets to me. — J.D. Robb
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Robin Bielman: Water droplets streamed down her face and clung to her eyelashes. She blinked up at Water droplets streamed down her face and clung to her eyelashes. She blinked up at him with mischief in her eyes, and the urge to kiss her overwhelmed him. Not like he had in the closet, with care and discretion, but with hunger and passion and pent up desire. He wanted to take her bottom lip between his teeth and deal with the consequences later. — Robin Bielman
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Gilbert F. White: Every intervention of man in the environment around him incurs some risk as to both Every intervention of man in the environment around him incurs some risk as to both favorable and unfavorable consequences. Every intervention is taken in the face of partial ignorance as to what its effects will be and involves uncertainty as to the ultimate outcome. — Gilbert F. White
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Felix Dodds: In the same way that banks succeeded at privatizing the profits and socializing the losses In the same way that banks succeeded at privatizing the profits and socializing the losses as they led the global economy to the brink of collapse, we are in danger of doing the same with the environment. Humanity has taken a huge leap in the last decades and become a planetary-scale force - we need to behave as a global civilization if we are not to face catastrophic consequences. — Felix Dodds
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Dave Tomar: Fortunately, the Internet is a really angry place filled with really angry people, many of Fortunately, the Internet is a really angry place filled with really angry people, many of whom come positively unglued when not subject to the social consequences of face-to-face interaction. — Dave Tomar
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Arun Gandhi: When people are forced to respect civil rights and human rights or face legal consequences, When people are forced to respect civil rights and human rights or face legal consequences, they don't like it. Civil rights laws will be scrupulously observed only when people accept that it is morally wrong to oppress or discriminate against fellow human beings. That awareness can come only through education. A law will enable integration in public places, but it does not foster understanding or appreciation in the hearts of people who continue to live with their prejudices. — Arun Gandhi
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Peter Garrett: But no matter how big the effort to push a propaganda line might be, climate But no matter how big the effort to push a propaganda line might be, climate change is bigger. This, undoubtedly and regrettably, is the biggest immediate long-term environmental challenge we face. A failure to concretely come to some policy outcome on climate change has not only a negative environmental impact but also social and economic consequences for us. — Peter Garrett
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Mark Kennedy: Our communities face many challenges, from keeping our kids safe in public, to the war Our communities face many challenges, from keeping our kids safe in public, to the war on terrorism. But few have such immediate consequences as we face from methamphetamine. — Mark Kennedy
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Khalia Hades: Running her fingers on the scales, she sighs. "I wonder what its like to be Running her fingers on the scales, she sighs. "I wonder what its like to be a human?"
"Why won't you just go and find out?" the question startled her. She whirled around to come face to face with her evil aunt; Ursula. — Khalia Hades
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Face The Consequences Sayings By J. Michael Straczynski: I've made a decision and now I must face the consequences. I've made a decision and now I must face the consequences. — J. Michael Straczynski
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: The main reason for the terrible cruelty between men today, apart from the absence religion, The main reason for the terrible cruelty between men today, apart from the absence religion, is still the refined complexity of life which shields people from the consequences of their actions. However cruel Attila, Genghis Khan and their followers may have been, the act of killing people personally, face to face, must have been unpleasant: the wailing relatives and the presence of the corpses. And thus their cruelty was restrained. Nowadays we kill people through such a complex process of communication, and the consequences of our cruelty are so carefully removed and concealed from us, that there is no restraint on the bestiality of the action. — Leo Tolstoy
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Charlotte Featherstone: Jude," she whispered as she touched his face. "I'm so frightened of this. This bind Jude," she whispered as she touched his face. "I'm so frightened of this. This bind that links us. It whispers to me to take what you're offering, but I fear the consequences. I have lived the consequences."
His fingertips traced the column of her throat down over the swells of her breasts where they lingered until her breath caught. "I am not your father, Isabella, and you are not your mother."
"I know, but - "
"There are no certainties in life," he murmured as he lowered his head and kissed the apex of her breast where her heart hammered so hard. "But I can give you this certainty. I love you. And I want you. I have wanted you for so long, and that feeling has only grown. There must be trust between us, Isabella. Passion is not enough for me. I want more from you."
"You ask for so much," she said, then trailed off.
"Not any more than I am offering you. — Charlotte Featherstone
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Face The Consequences Sayings By James Blair: Whereas most people automatically anticipate the consequences of their actions, automatically feel shame for unkind Whereas most people automatically anticipate the consequences of their actions, automatically feel shame for unkind deeds, automatically understand why they should persist in the face of frustration, automatically distrust propositions that seem too good to be true, and are automatically aware of their commitments to others, psychopaths may only become aware of such factors with effort. — James Blair
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Aaron Blaylock: As a society we've progressed to a point where it is unacceptable behavior to knock As a society we've progressed to a point where it is unacceptable behavior to knock someone down who is acting a fool. I teach my children to use their words when faced with a conflict. That's what civilized people do. All that is fine and good except for one small thing; we've enabled the fools ...
... What if people could expect a measure of instant justice when they were out of order? The acts of thoughtlessness would decline exponentially. If you give people license to be fools then you are left to deal with fools. However, if you put fools on notice then they'll be forced to snap to attention and act right or suffer the consequences. Think of it as an adult spanking. — Aaron Blaylock
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Face The Consequences Sayings By Quinn Loftis: How did we get here? I've asked myself that question many times over the past How did we get here? I've asked myself that question many times over the past several days. It's so easy to get caught up in the chaos of our wants, desires, and forgets that there are consequences to each of our choices. I sit with my best warriors realizing the path that we are on and have no idea how to jump off. I ask myself again, how did we get here? I know the answer, but I am not ready to face my own selfishness." ~ Ainsel, King of the Pixies — Quinn Loftis
Face The Consequences Sayings By Leah Remini: Stupidly perhaps, and sometimes at the cost of my own job, or being labeled "difficult," Stupidly perhaps, and sometimes at the cost of my own job, or being labeled "difficult," I'm willing to say shit to people no matter who they are and what the consequences may be. And yes, in the end, I'm probably cutting off my nose to spite my face. But that's who I am. — Leah Remini
Face The Consequences Sayings By Roland Huntford: Curiously, the Swedes looked for untouched snow, while the Norwegians wanted marked and prepared tracks Curiously, the Swedes looked for untouched snow, while the Norwegians wanted marked and prepared tracks so that they could race along the valleys and over the plateau. Another difference: Swedes carried equipment to face the elements; the Norwegians put their trust in mobility and light equipment, sometimes with dire consequences. — Roland Huntford
Face The Consequences Sayings By Leonard Peltier: If you look at Iraq and Afghanistan's situations, they are quickly becoming much like our If you look at Iraq and Afghanistan's situations, they are quickly becoming much like our reservations. They will have puppet governments funded and controlled by a U.S. Government that siphoned off their resources. You don't have to be an English major to read the writing on the wall; I am in here as a warning to others, just like those men who are in Guantanamo are a warning to others - if you stand up to us you face these same consequences. — Leonard Peltier
Face The Consequences Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: A fearful instance of the ill consequences attending upon irascibility - alive, with the qualifications A fearful instance of the ill consequences attending upon irascibility - alive, with the qualifications of the dead - dead, with the propensities of the living - an anomaly on the face of the earth - being very calm, yet breathless. — Edgar Allan Poe
Face The Consequences Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: It is sometimes argued that disbelief in a fearful and tempting heavenly despotism makes life It is sometimes argued that disbelief in a fearful and tempting heavenly despotism makes life into something arid and tedious and cynical: a mere existence without any consolation or any awareness of the numinous or the transcendent. What nonsense this is. In the first place, it commits an obvious error. It seems to say that we ought not to believe that we are an evolved animal species with faulty components and a short lifespan for ourselves and our globe, lest the consequences of the belief be unwelcome or discreditable to us. Could anything show more clearly the bad effects of wish-thinking? There can be no serious ethical position based on denial or a refusal to look the facts squarely in the face. But this does not mean that we must stare into the abyss all the time. (Only religion, oddly enough, has ever required that we obsessively do that.) — Christopher Hitchens
Face The Consequences Sayings By Paulo Coelho: She didn't get angry with anyone, because that would mean having to react, having to She didn't get angry with anyone, because that would mean having to react, having to do battle with the enemy and then having to face unforeseen consequences, such as vengeance. — Paulo Coelho
Face The Consequences Sayings By Katherine Ann Porter: But I tell you, nothing is pointless, and nothing is meaningless if the artist will But I tell you, nothing is pointless, and nothing is meaningless if the artist will face it. And it's his business to face it. He hasn't got the right to sidestep it like that. Human life itself may be almost pure chaos, but the work of the artist - the only thing he's good for - is to take these handfuls of confusion and disparate things, things that seem to be irreconcilable, and put them together in a frame to give them some kind of shape and meaning. Even if it's only his view of a meaning. That's what he's for - to give his view of life. Surely, we understand very little of what is happening to us at any given moment. But by remembering, comparing, waiting to know the consequences, we can sometimes see what an event really meant, what it was trying to teach us. — Katherine Ann Porter
Face The Consequences Sayings By Ian McEwan: She wanted to leave, she wanted to lie alone face down on her bed and She wanted to leave, she wanted to lie alone face down on her bed and savor the vile piquancy of the moment, and go back down the lines of branching consequences to the point before the destruction began. She needed to contemplate with eyes closed the full richness of what she had lost, what she had given away, and to anticipate the new regime. — Ian McEwan
Face The Consequences Sayings By Gerd Gigerenzer: a world of known risk, in short, risk (Figure 2-3, center). I use this term a world of known risk, in short, risk (Figure 2-3, center). I use this term for a world where all alternatives, consequences, and probabilities are known. Lotteries and games of chance are examples. Most of the time, however, we live in a changing world where some of these are unknown: where we face unknown risks, or uncertainty (Figure 2-3, right). The world of uncertainty is huge compared to that of risk. Whom to marry? Whom to trust? What to do with the rest of one's life? In an uncertain world, it is impossible to determine the optimal course of action by calculating the exact risks. We have to deal with "unknown unknowns." Surprises happen. Even when calculation does not provide a clear answer, however, we have to make decisions. — Gerd Gigerenzer
Face The Consequences Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: I have always felt that ultimately along the way of life an individual must stand I have always felt that ultimately along the way of life an individual must stand up and be counted and be willing to face the consequences whatever they are. And if he is filled with fear he cannot do it. My great prayer is always for God to save me from the paralysis of crippling fear, because I think when a person lives with the fears of the consequences for his personal life he can never do anything in terms of lifting the whole of humanity and solving many of the social problems which we confront in every age and every generation. In — Martin Luther King Jr.
Face The Consequences Sayings By Chanda Hahn: You've spent two years at the same school as Mina, hardly talking to her, never You've spent two years at the same school as Mina, hardly talking to her, never even realizing she is alive. Then she goes and does something crazy, against my wishes. She placed her own life in danger to save yours." Her face became very still. "Now, because of those actions, our whole family has to live with the consequences. You now feel obligated to help her, like she did you. I get that, I really do. But what gives you the right to question our actions and lifestyle?" Silence filled the kitchen. Mina held her breath, afraid to move. Brody straightened in his seat and swallowed slowly. Sara brushed her hands over her forehead in defeat. "You're enamored. That's it. In another week or so, you will wake up, and this will all be a dream. You will forget that Mina ever even saved your life. She will go back to being my clumsy, forgotten, outcast teen daughter, and you will go back to ruling the school and dating the head cheerleader. — Chanda Hahn
Face The Consequences Sayings By Al Gore: We now face the prospect of a kind of global civil war between those who We now face the prospect of a kind of global civil war between those who refuse to consider the consequences of civilization's relentless advance and those who refuse to be silent partners in the destruction. More and more people of conscience are joining the effort to resist, but the time has come to make this struggle the central organizing principle of world civilizations. — Al Gore
Face The Consequences Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: For goodness sake,' they'll cry, 'you cannot argue against ittwo times two is four! Nature For goodness sake,' they'll cry, 'you cannot argue against it
two times two is four! Nature doesn't consult you; it doesn't give a damn for your wishes or whether its laws please or do not please you. You must accept it as it is, and hence accept all consequences. A wall is indeed a wall ... ' And so on and so forth. Good God, what do I care about the laws of nature and arithmetic if, for one reason or another, I don't like these laws, including the 'two times two is four'? Of course, I cannot break through this wall with my head if I don't have the strength to break through it, but neither will I accept it simply because I face a stone wall and am not strong enough. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Face The Consequences Sayings By Warren Buffett: I would rather sustain the penalties resulting from over-conservatism than face the consequences of error, I would rather sustain the penalties resulting from over-conservatism than face the consequences of error, perhaps with permanent capital loss, resulting from the adoption of "New Era" philosophy where trees really do grow to the sky. — Warren Buffett
Face The Consequences Sayings By Laura Bohannan: It's not until my third cup of coffee that I am fully awake and willing It's not until my third cup of coffee that I am fully awake and willing to face the consequences of that condition. — Laura Bohannan
Face The Consequences Sayings By Adriana Trigiani: Maybe a first love exists to reaffirm the best parts of yourself, the choices you Maybe a first love exists to reaffirm the best parts of yourself, the choices you made when you didn't worry about the consequences. Maybe a first love exists to remind you to be brave in the moment, to stand up for your feelings, instead of shrinking back in the face of potential loneliness. — Adriana Trigiani
Face The Consequences Sayings By Robert A. Caro: Are you afraid?" an interviewer asked him after the bombing, and there was a pause, Are you afraid?" an interviewer asked him after the bombing, and there was a pause, and then Martin Luther King said, very firmly, "No, I'm not. My attitude is that this is a great cause, a great issue that we're confronted with, and that the consequences for my personal life are not particularly important. It is the triumph of a cause that I am concerned about, and I have always felt that ultimately along the way of life an individual must stand up and be counted, and be willing to face the consequences, whatever they are, and if he is filled with fear, he cannot do it. — Robert A. Caro
Face The Consequences Sayings By Taylor Jenkins Reid: doesn't matter if we don't mean to do the things we do. It doesn't matter doesn't matter if we don't mean to do the things we do. It doesn't matter if it was an accident or a mistake. It doesn't even matter if we think this is all up to fate. Because regardless of our destiny, we still have to answer for our actions. We make choices, big and small, every day of our lives, and those choices have consequences. We have to face those consequences head-on, for better or worse. We don't get to erase them just by saying we didn't mean to. Fate or not, our lives are still the results of our choices. I'm starting to think that when we don't own them, we don't own ourselves. — Taylor Jenkins Reid
Face The Consequences Sayings By L.M. Fields: Every person must face the consequences of their actions. I just pray all who are Every person must face the consequences of their actions. I just pray all who are sleeping, wake up before their "consequences" affect me. — L.M. Fields
Face The Consequences Sayings By Viggo Mortensen: People will like to say that 'Eastern Promises' is brutal, but the only reason they People will like to say that 'Eastern Promises' is brutal, but the only reason they say that is because the scenes stick with them. They are realistic. They are in-your-face and you see the consequences. It's not a bunch of quick editing cuts. — Viggo Mortensen
Face The Consequences Sayings By Giorgio Agamben: Further expanding the already large class of Foucauldian apparatuses, I shall cal an apparatus literally Further expanding the already large class of Foucauldian apparatuses, I shall cal an apparatus literally anything that has in some way the capacity to capture, determine, intercept, model, control , or secure the gestures, behaviors, opinions, or discourses of living beings. Not only, therefore, prisons, madhouses, the panopticon, schools, confession, factories, disciplines, juridical measures, and so forth (whose connection with power is in a certain sense evident), but also the pen, writing, literature, philosophy, agriculture, cigarettes, navigation, computers, cellular telephones and - why not - language itself, which is perhaps the most ancient of apparatuses - one in which thousands and thousands of years ago a primitive inadvertently let himself be captured, probably without realizing the consequences that he was about to face. — Giorgio Agamben
Face The Consequences Sayings By Lindsay Lohan: Substance abuse is a disease which doesn't go away overnight. I'm working hard to overcome Substance abuse is a disease which doesn't go away overnight. I'm working hard to overcome it. I did fail my recent drug test. I'm prepared to face the consequences. — Lindsay Lohan
Face The Consequences Sayings By Max Lucado: God wants us to know we are saved, for saved people are dangerous people, willing God wants us to know we are saved, for saved people are dangerous people, willing to face off with the world, unafraid of the consequences since they know that, whatever happens, they will have eternal life. — Max Lucado
Face The Consequences Sayings By Wayne Thomas Batson: Lead, follow - what difference does it make? It's all a choice. There's no escape Lead, follow - what difference does it make? It's all a choice. There's no escape in blame, no comfort in shirking responsibility. We all make choices. We must all face the consequences of those choices. — Wayne Thomas Batson
Face The Consequences Sayings By Jake Byrne: Plowing through life, you're bound to run into obstructions. Some of life's trials result from Plowing through life, you're bound to run into obstructions. Some of life's trials result from mistakes and missteps, and some from poor choices. I know about that too, because I've made my share of blunders and had to face the consequences.
Other times, the unexpected lands in your hands like a wayward ball and the "trouble" coming at you is like a 250-pound linebacker blitzing straight off the edge.
Jake Byrne
Face The Consequences Sayings By Me: We are all stricken with the disease of uncertainty to cure this all one must We are all stricken with the disease of uncertainty to cure this all one must do is go through with one's plan and if there be consequences face them with your head held high knowing that you accomplished something. — Me
Face The Consequences Sayings By Susanna Clarke: He was one of those people whose ideas are too lively to be confinedin their He was one of those people whose ideas are too lively to be confined
in their brains and spill out into the world to the consternation of
passers-by. He talked to himself and the expression on his face
changed constantly. Within the space of a single moment he looked
surprized, insulted, resolute, and angry
emotions which were
presumably the consequences of the energetic conversation he was
holding with the ideal people inside his head. — Susanna Clarke
Face The Consequences Sayings By Christopher McCandless: Surely all Americans have the right to give their money only to those causes which Surely all Americans have the right to give their money only to those causes which they support. But what kind of society has this created? A society where the ignorant reign. A society where enlightened must hold their tongues. A nation whose politicians must profess half-hearted devotion to an ancient fable or face the disastrous consequences of speaking their true mind. — Christopher McCandless
Face The Consequences Sayings By Francis A. Schaeffer: Christianity is realistic because it says that if there is no truth, there is also Christianity is realistic because it says that if there is no truth, there is also no hope; and there can be no truth if there is no adequate base. It is prepared to face the consequences of being proved false and say with Paul: If you find the body of Christ, the discussion is finished, let us eat and drink for tomorrow we die. It leaves absolutely no room for a romantic answer. — Francis A. Schaeffer
Face The Consequences Sayings By Tony Blair: Any action taken will be against the terrorist network of Bin Laden ... As for Any action taken will be against the terrorist network of Bin Laden ... As for the Taleban, they can surrender the terrorists or face the consequences - and again in any action the aim will be to eliminate their military hardware, cut off their finances, disrupt their supplies, target their troops, not civilians. — Tony Blair
Face The Consequences Sayings By Anthony Liccione: It is better to tell the truth and face the punishment, than to lie and It is better to tell the truth and face the punishment, than to lie and face the consequences. — Anthony Liccione
Face The Consequences Sayings By Otep Shamaya: The 'Rise, Rebel, Resist' video is a reflection of the outrage the American people are The 'Rise, Rebel, Resist' video is a reflection of the outrage the American people are feeling at the absurd hypocrisy, and overwhelming nonsense and balderdash plaguing Washington D.C. It uses a bit of satire and a bit of wishful thinking to form this powerful amalgam of imagery that nourishes and empowers the living art of the song. Our message is clear: Either these elected officials do their job and protect the rights and lives of ALL Americans or be prepared to face the consequences. — Otep Shamaya
Face The Consequences Sayings By Glenn Beck: Gun-free zones don't deter criminals-they help them by providing a guarantee that they will not Gun-free zones don't deter criminals-they help them by providing a guarantee that they will not face any armed resistance. But they do deter the law-abiding. A faculty member with a concealed-handgun permit who breaks the campus gun ban would be fired and likely find it impossible to get admitted to another school. Bringing a firearm into a gun-free zone can have serious adverse consequences for law-abiding people. But for someone like the Virginia Tech killer, the threat of expulsion is no deterrent at all. — Glenn Beck
Face The Consequences Sayings By John Andreas Widtsoe: Such was the problem before our first parents: to remain forever at selfish ease in Such was the problem before our first parents: to remain forever at selfish ease in the Garden of Eden, or to face unselfishly tribulation and death, in bringing to pass the purposes of the Lord for a host of waiting spirit children. They chose the latter. This they did with open eyes and minds as to consequences. The memory of their former estates may have been dimmed, but the gospel had been taught them during their sojourn in the Garden of Eden. They could not have been left in complete ignorance of the purpose of their creation. — John Andreas Widtsoe
Face The Consequences Sayings By Dan Ariely: We should also pay particular attention to the first decision we make in what is We should also pay particular attention to the first decision we make in what is going to be a long stream of decisions (about clothing, food, etc.). When we face such a decision, it might seem to us that this is just one decision without large consequences; but in fact the power of the first decision can have such a long-lasting effect that it will percolate into our future decisions for years to come. Given this effect, the first decision is crucial, and we should give it an appropriate amount of attention. — Dan Ariely
Face The Consequences Sayings By Archibald Marwizi: You must learn to accept that humans make mistakes, but when the same issue is You must learn to accept that humans make mistakes, but when the same issue is repeated over and over without corrective strategies to plug the holes, then you must expect negative impact on your definition of success. It is normal to make a mistake, but learn, face the consequences, get back up and march on. If you want to be different or stand out as a brand, then your actions, habits, behaviours and decisions must reflect that 'you care about what people think or say about you. — Archibald Marwizi
Face The Consequences Sayings By Marilyn Grey: I'm not forcing you to do anything. You need to make your own damn decisions I'm not forcing you to do anything. You need to make your own damn decisions . And I'm not playing this game where we ignore reality and pretend to have a normal conversation for a few hours. You need to face reality and stop turning life into a movie. I'm not a puppet in your show. This is real life and you're always trying to ignore it for some cheap fantasy version where no problems exist. That's not noble of you, okay? You're not strong. You're a weak person like the rest of us. You've just learned to excel at avoiding issues. But there are issues . Life has so many freaking issues and if you can't force your own self to face life and make decisions without someone telling you what the hell to do, you're just going to end up another chess piece moved around by others. — Marilyn Grey
Face The Consequences Sayings By Pope John Paul II: We face a fundamental question which can be described as both ethical and ecological. How We face a fundamental question which can be described as both ethical and ecological. How can accelerated development be prevented from turning against man? How can one prevent disasters that destroy the environment and threaten all forms of life, and how can the negative consequences that have already occurred be remedied? — Pope John Paul II
Face The Consequences Sayings By Ziad K. Abdelnour: If you have the guts to do anything,then you better save enough to face the If you have the guts to do anything,then you better save enough to face the consequences. Becoming bigger than life requires guts & instinct. — Ziad K. Abdelnour
Face The Consequences Sayings By Angela Brown: It is better to forgive and lose than to face the consequences. It is better to forgive and lose than to face the consequences. — Angela Brown
Face The Consequences Sayings By Margaret Thatcher: What really gets me is this - it's very ironic that those who are most What really gets me is this - it's very ironic that those who are most critical of extra tax are those who are most vociferous in demanding extra expenditure. What gets me even more is that having demanded that extra expenditure they are not prepared to face the consequences of their own action and stand by the necessity to get the tax to pay for it. I wish some of them had a bit more guts and courage than they have. — Margaret Thatcher
Face The Consequences Sayings By Samantha Young: Now go. Hang out with your friends and be immature. Responsible," I added hurriedly, "but Now go. Hang out with your friends and be immature. Responsible," I added hurriedly, "but immature."
He made a face. "Do those two go hand in hand?"
"If your immaturity can lead to consequences, then it's irresponsible."
Cole grunted. "You should write that shi- stuff down."
"I heard the "shit" in there, baby boy, and I'm stealing the last PopTart as punishment."
"Harsh, Jo." He shook his head, backing off with a smile. "Harsh. — Samantha Young
Face The Consequences Sayings By Enoch Powell: Virtually the entire inflow was therefore Asiatic, and all but three or four thousand of Virtually the entire inflow was therefore Asiatic, and all but three or four thousand of that inflow originated from the Indian subcontinent ... It is by 'black Power' that the headlines are caught, and under the shape of the negro that the consequences for Britain of immigration and what is miscalled 'race' are popularly depicted. Yet it is more truly when he looks into the eyes of Asia that the Englishman comes face to face with those who will dispute with him the possession of his native land. — Enoch Powell
Face The Consequences Sayings By Ruth Cardello: Some mistakes can't be undone. You just have to face that you made them and Some mistakes can't be undone. You just have to face that you made them and go on. No matter what happens. You have to deal with the consequences. — Ruth Cardello
Face The Consequences Sayings By Dorothy H Cohen: The middle years are ones in which children increasingly face conflicts on their own, ... The middle years are ones in which children increasingly face conflicts on their own, ... One of the truths to be faced by parentsduring this period is that they cannot do the work of living and relating for their children. They can be sounding boards and they can probe with the children the consequences of alternative actions. — Dorothy H Cohen
Face The Consequences Sayings By Gao Xingjian: At the height of the Cultural Revolution, rather than risk having to face dire consequences At the height of the Cultural Revolution, rather than risk having to face dire consequences for his accumulated writings, he burned several kilos of manuscripts (ten plays, and many short stories, poems, and essays). For him it was an ordeal to part with what he had written. Moreover, it took a long time to burn so much paper without creating smoke and arousing suspicions. — Gao Xingjian
Face The Consequences Sayings By Rafik Hariri: Mehlis will go all the way and we want to go all the way. These Mehlis will go all the way and we want to go all the way. These arrests show that no matter how high the perpetrators are, they will face the consequences of what they did. — Rafik Hariri
Face The Consequences Sayings By Courtney Lane: We all have choices. It's whether or not we want to face the consequences of We all have choices. It's whether or not we want to face the consequences of our choices. — Courtney Lane
Face The Consequences Sayings By Ufuoma Apoki: You can choose daily to brace up and face the harsh realities of life . You can choose daily to brace up and face the harsh realities of life . . .
Or while away the days that come by daydreaming . . .
Better still, you can make your dreams your realities. — Ufuoma Apoki
Face The Consequences Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: It is from the bystanders (who are in the vast majority) that we receive the It is from the bystanders (who are in the vast majority) that we receive the propaganda that life is not worth living, that life is drudgery, that the ambitions of youth must he laid aside for a life which is but a painful wait for death. These are the ones who squeeze what excitement they can from life out of the imaginations and experiences of others through books and movies. These are the insignificant and forgotten men who preach conformity because it is all they know. These are the men who dream at night of what could have been, but who wake at dawn to take their places at the now-familiar rut and to merely exist through another day. For them, the romance of life is long dead and they are forced to go through the years on a treadmill, cursing their existence, yet afraid to die because of the unknown which faces them after death. They lacked the only true courage: the kind which enables men to face the unknown regardless of the consequences. — Hunter S. Thompson
Face The Consequences Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: If you accumulate virtuous actions properly - such as avoiding killing, freeing animals, and cultivating If you accumulate virtuous actions properly - such as avoiding killing, freeing animals, and cultivating patience toward others - it will be beneficial in the future and in the lives to come; whereas if you indulge in negative actions continuously, you definitely will face the consequences in the future. If you do not believe in the principle of karma, then you can do as you like. — Dalai Lama XIV
Face The Consequences Sayings By Sheldon B. Kopp: You are free to do whatever you like. You need only face the consequences. You are free to do whatever you like. You need only face the consequences. — Sheldon B. Kopp
Face The Consequences Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: The only way to find peace is to face the unknown and trust that God The only way to find peace is to face the unknown and trust that God has heard your tears. — Shannon L. Alder
Face The Consequences Sayings By Milton Steinberg: Does man not face life with a greater assurance is he believes that a benevolent Does man not face life with a greater assurance is he believes that a benevolent providence foresees the future? And yet he must at the same time be confident that his will is free, otherwise moral support is meaningless altogether. Doctrines in themselves are not important to me, but their consequences are. For example, I urge upon men that they regard themselves as embodiments of the divine essence. If I convince them, their days are endowed with a sense of abiding significance and unturning glory. Then not all the misfortunes and degradations to which they may be subjected can take from them their feelings of oneness with angels and stars. And as for our people, persecuted and dispersed, they live under the shadow of death, cherishing a dream that is recurrently shattered by the caprice of tyrants and then dreamed again half in despair. What can enable such a people to persist except a conviction of a special relationship to God? — Milton Steinberg
Face The Consequences Sayings By Zora Neale Hurston: It seems to me to be true that heavens are placed in the sky because It seems to me to be true that heavens are placed in the sky because it is the unreachable. The unreachable and therefore the unknowable always seems divine
hence, religion. People need religion because the great masses fear life and its consequences. Its responsibilities weigh heavy. Feeling a weakness in the face of great forces, men seek an alliance with omnipotence to bolster up their feeling of weakness, even though the omnipotence they rely upon is a creature of their own minds. It gives them a feeling of security. — Zora Neale Hurston
Face The Consequences Sayings By Wm. Paul Young: God asks for trust," Eve declared. "I was wrong to turn." "But why didn't God God asks for trust," Eve declared. "I was wrong to turn." "But why didn't God stop you? Why did God let you turn your face away?" "Lilly, I have learned that God has more respect for me than I do for myself, that God submits to the choices I make, that my ability to say no and turn my face away is essential for Love to be Love. Adonai has never hidden His face from me, nor has He kept from me the consequences of my choosing. That is why many of my sons and my daughters curse the face and name of God. But God refuses to be like what we have become and take power and dominion. He has the audacity to consent and even submit to all our choosing. Then He joins us in the darkness we create because of all our turning. — Wm. Paul Young
Face The Consequences Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: She has her helmet, shield and sword. Does she finish him or take pity on She has her helmet, shield and sword. Does she finish him or take pity on the gutless thing before her?
Does she set fire and smoke him out, forcing him to fight, or does she let him live with himself and take satisfaction from knowing that he has never been in a real fight in his life and that one day he will have to face his demons in person, along with the consequences, and that both can be far more painful than anything she could ever do to him. — Donna Lynn Hope
Face The Consequences Sayings By Phil Harding: 21st Century choice: Look after our planet and it will look after us, or don't 21st Century choice: Look after our planet and it will look after us, or don't and face the consequencesPhil Harding
Face The Consequences Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: If you do good, your good deeds will multiple.If you do bad, you will face If you do good, your good deeds will multiple.If you do bad, you will face the consequences. Always choose the former; it is more blessed to live a good life. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Face The Consequences Sayings By James Lasdun: I don't think I could, with a straight face, describe myself as a completely positive I don't think I could, with a straight face, describe myself as a completely positive person, but I'm not overly negative, either. On the whole, most writers think plots through to their consequences, and it's not always a sunny place. I have an occupational temperament for anxiety. — James Lasdun
Face The Consequences Sayings By Craig Clevenger: If I'm still conscious to face the consequences of my actions, then at the very If I'm still conscious to face the consequences of my actions, then at the very least I will know that my actions were real, thay they indeed had consequences, though my lone life will amount to less than a single click of static in the symphony of the big bang. If my actions were real, then so were my memories, and if those were real, the things I've done have allowed me to see God and I0m not afraid of following my life down that eight-second black rabbit hole. — Craig Clevenger
Face The Consequences Sayings By A.J. Darkholme: If you choose to keep your true face secret, then the people who know you If you choose to keep your true face secret, then the people who know you by one mask, must never meet those who know you by another. — A.J. Darkholme
Face The Consequences Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: There isn't much question that the person who obtained the WikiLeaks cables from a classified There isn't much question that the person who obtained the WikiLeaks cables from a classified U.S. government network broke U.S. law and should expect to face the consequences. The legal rights of a website that publishes material acquired from that person, however, are much more controversial. — Rebecca MacKinnon
Face The Consequences Sayings By Steven Redhead: The consequences of inaction are the things you must face as a result of doing The consequences of inaction are the things you must face as a result of doing nothing or not enough. — Steven Redhead
Face The Consequences Sayings By Susan Mallery: Unfortunately, you're going to have to face the consequences of what happened. Your friends got Unfortunately, you're going to have to face the consequences of what happened. Your friends got you into trouble, and you're going to have to pay the price for that. You knew it was wrong to take the clothes, but you did it, anyway. She — Susan Mallery
Face The Consequences Sayings By Raymond Burr: Nature has a way sometimes of reminding Man of just how small he is. She Nature has a way sometimes of reminding Man of just how small he is. She occasionally throws up terrible offsprings of our pride and carelesness, to remind us of how puny we really are in the face of a tornado, an earthquake, or a Godzilla. The reckless ambitions of Man are often dwarfed by their dangerous consequences. For now, Godzilla
that strangely innocent and tragic monster
has gone to earth. Whether he returns or not, or is never again seen by human eyes, the things he has taught us remain. — Raymond Burr
Face The Consequences Sayings By Annemarie Schwarzenbach: But should it matter what we do as long as we use our strength courageously But should it matter what we do as long as we use our strength courageously and lead a life without desperation to the end? Isn't it wrong to escape, make a detour and be lost, all of which have led me here to the farthest-flung edge of the world? Wouldn't I have had a good courageous life if only I had been able to resist sickness and fear? Will I be made to face the consequences just because I had nothing to counter a nameless and agonizing desperation? — Annemarie Schwarzenbach
Face The Consequences Sayings By Tucker Elliot: All over the world there are students, teachers and parents that face serious challenges every All over the world there are students, teachers and parents that face serious challenges every day. They need help with real problems that have life-altering consequences - and a group of intelligent professionals brought together to advise and educate stakeholders in need of help ought to be able to do so without behaving like a middle school drama queen. — Tucker Elliot
Face The Consequences Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: His eyes were above hers, and she saw that the golden-hazel irises were rimmed with His eyes were above hers, and she saw that the golden-hazel irises were rimmed with black. "Miss Hathaway ... you're quite certain fate had no hand in our meeting tonight?"
She couldn't seem to breathe properly. "Qu-quite certain."
His head bent low. "And in all likelihood we'll never meet again?"
"Never." He was too large, too close. Nervously Amelia tried to marshal her thoughts, but they scattered like spilled matchsticks ... and then he set fire to them as his breath touched her cheek.
"I hope you're right. God help me if I should ever have to face the consequences."
"Of what?" Her voice was faint.
"This." His hand slid to the back of her neck and his mouth covered hers. — Lisa Kleypas
Face The Consequences Sayings By Alastair Reynolds: Arethusa liked to call us Poseidon's Children. Orphans of the storm. We'd endured the worst Arethusa liked to call us Poseidon's Children. Orphans of the storm. We'd endured the worst the world could throw at us, the worst consequences of our own stupidity, and came through ... ready to face the dawn. But there are always more storms, Chiku. — Alastair Reynolds
Face The Consequences Sayings By Glenn Beck: America comes with both rights and responsibilities. You have, for example, the right to free America comes with both rights and responsibilities. You have, for example, the right to free speech, but you have the responsibility to not yell 'fire' in a crowded theater. If you don't live up to that responsibility, you face certain consequences. It's a simple but effective formula. Unfortunately, tenured professors are completely insulated from it. They can scream fire in their classrooms all they want - and then hide behind their tenure if anyone questions them on it. — Glenn Beck
Face The Consequences Sayings By Leon Morris: To put it bluntly and plainly, if Christ is not my Substitute, I still occupy To put it bluntly and plainly, if Christ is not my Substitute, I still occupy the place of a condemned sinner. If my sins and my guilt are not transferred to Him, if He did not take them upon Himself, then surely they remain with me. If He did not deal with my sins, I must face their consequences. If my penalty was not borne by Him, it still hangs over me. There is no other possibility. — Leon Morris
Face The Consequences Sayings By Barbara Ehrenreich: In fact the "mask" theme has come up several times in my background reading. Richard In fact the "mask" theme has come up several times in my background reading. Richard Sennett, for example, in "The Corrosion of Character: The Personal Consequences of Work in the New Capitalism", and Robert Jackall, in "Moral Mazes: The World of Corporate managers", refer repeatedly to the "masks" that corporate functionaries are required to wear, like actors in an ancient Greek drama. According to Jackall, corporate managers stress the need to exercise iron self-control and to mask all emotion and intention behind bland, smiling, and agreeable public faces.
Kimberly seems to have perfected the requisite phoniness and even as I dislike her, my whole aim is to be welcomed into the same corporate culture that she seems to have mastered, meaning that I need to "get in the face" of my revulsion and overcome it. But until I reach that transcendent point, I seem to be stuck in an emotional space left over from my midteen years: I hate you; please love me. — Barbara Ehrenreich
Face The Consequences Sayings By Taylor Jenkins Reid: We have to face those consequences head-on, for better or worse. We don't get to We have to face those consequences head-on, for better or worse. We don't get to erase them just by saying we didn't mean to. Fate or not, our lives are still the results of our choices. I'm starting to think that when we don't own them, we don't own ourselves. Mark — Taylor Jenkins Reid
Face The Consequences Sayings By Kenneth R. Miller: If taken at face value, the miraculous explanation would tell us that science is not If taken at face value, the miraculous explanation would tell us that science is not worth the trouble, that it will never yield the answers we seek, and that nature will forever be beyond all human understanding. Sterile and nonproductive in its consequences, the claim of miracle would put a lid on curiosity, experimentation, and the human creative imagination. — Kenneth R. Miller