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Finding Something Better Sayings By Kristen Ashley: I was a little sister to two alpha male brothers. Me finding a man was I was a little sister to two alpha male brothers. Me finding a man was going to be something they would not dig dealing with normally.
Ren being a Zano didn't make matters better. — Kristen Ashley
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: And one of the things she had learned early in her lifewas that if you And one of the things she had learned early in her life
was that if you discovered something that made you tighten inside, you had better try to learn
more about it. If you simply ignored the feeling, you would never know what might happen, and
in many ways that was worse than finding out you were wrong in the first place. Because if you
were wrong, you could go forward in your life without ever looking back over your shoulder and
wondering what might have been — Nicholas Sparks
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Mary J. Miller: I think there simply comes a point at which you're beating your head against the I think there simply comes a point at which you're beating your head against the wall with revision, when you're making something different but not better. For me, revision usually has more to do with making the language prettier, finding clearer images, using more active verbs. — Mary J. Miller
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Arun Manilal Gandhi: Satyagraha is the pursuit of truth. My grandfather believed that truth should be the cornerstone Satyagraha is the pursuit of truth. My grandfather believed that truth should be the cornerstone of everybody's life and that we must dedicate our lives to pursuing truth, to finding out the truth in our lives. And so his entire philosophy was the philosophy of life. It was not just a philosophy for conflict resolution, but something that we have to imbibe in our life and live it all the time so that we can improve and become better human beings. — Arun Manilal Gandhi
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Louise Erdrich: Something in her was changing as she read the books. Life after life flashed before Something in her was changing as she read the books. Life after life flashed before her eyes, yet she stayed safe from misery. And the urge to act things out onstage could be satisfied cheaply, and at home, and without the annoyance of other members of an acting company. Her ambition to leave faded and a kind of contentment set in. She hadn't exactly feared the word contentment, but had always associated it with a vague sense of failure. To be discontented had always seemed much richer a thing. To be restless, striving. That view was romantic. In truth, she was finding out, life was better lived in a tranquil pattern. As long as she could read, she never tired of the design of her days. — Louise Erdrich
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Brad Pitt: I grew up on particular movies that said something to me as a kid from I grew up on particular movies that said something to me as a kid from Missouri, movies that showed me places I'd yet traveled, or different cultures, or explained something, or said something in a better way than I could ever say. I wanted to find the movies like that. It was less about a career than finding the films I wanted to see. — Brad Pitt
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Finding Something Better Sayings By James Redfield: The role of love has been misunderstood for a long time. Love is not something The role of love has been misunderstood for a long time. Love is not something we should do to be good or to make the world a better place out of some abstract moral responsibility, or because we should give up our hedonism. Connecting with energy feels like excitement, then euphoria, and then love. Finding enough energy to maintain that state of love certainly helps the world, but it most directly helps us. It is the most hedonistic thing we can do. — James Redfield
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Finding Something Better Sayings By Vironika Tugaleva: We all say we hate being misunderstood and how we desperately want to find people We all say we hate being misunderstood and how we desperately want to find people who understand us. But it is not lack of compatible people that keeps us lonely. There is no shortage of people on your journey. The real, secret obstacle that we have against finding authentic, genuine relationships with people is our subconscious fear of growth. If we stick around in the bin of broken toys playing the queen or the king, at least we get to feel some sense of accomplishment at being the most evolved person we know. To find our tribe means finding people we can learn from, people who are better at some things than we are, people who have something to teach. We say we want it, but how many of us fear being a beginner more than loneliness and much more than being in the wrong crowd? There is a strange comfort, a sense of safety, to suffering and loneliness. To be happy, to find our family, we must be willing to let that go. — Vironika Tugaleva
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Finding Something Better Sayings By John C. Maxwell: The trials and pressures of lifeand how we face themoften define us. Confronted by adversity, The trials and pressures of life
and how we face them
often define us. Confronted by adversity, many people give up while others rise up. How do those who succeed do it? They persevere. They find the benefit to them personally that comes from any trial. And they recognize that the best thing about adversity is coming out on the other side of it. There is a sweetness to overcoming your troubles and finding something good in the process, however small it may be. Giving up when adversity threatens can make a person bitter. Persevering through adversity makes one better. — John C. Maxwell
Finding Something Better Sayings By Anthony Liccione: The ones that always, always want something better, will never find better. The ones that always, always want something better, will never find better. — Anthony Liccione
Finding Something Better Sayings By Greg Behrendt: Girls are taught a lot of stuff growing up. If a guy punches you he Girls are taught a lot of stuff growing up. If a guy punches you he likes you. Never try to trim your own bangs and someday you will meet a wonderful guy and get your very own happy ending. Every movie we see, Every story we're told implores us to wait for it, the third act twist, the unexpected declaration of love, the exception to the rule. But sometimes we're so focused on finding our happy ending we don't learn how to read the signs. How to tell from the ones who want us and the ones who don't, the ones who will stay and the ones who will leave. And maybe a happy ending doesn't include a guy, maybe ... it's you, on your own, picking up the pieces and starting over, freeing yourself up for something better in the future. Maybe the happy ending is ... just ... moving on. Or maybe the happy ending is this, knowing after all the unreturned phone calls, broken-hearts, through the blunders and misread signals, through all the pain and embarrassment you never gave up hope. — Greg Behrendt
Finding Something Better Sayings By Joan D. Chittister: Bloom where you are planted,' the poster reads. But the poster does not tell the Bloom where you are planted,' the poster reads. But the poster does not tell the whole story. ' plant yourself where you know you can bloom' may well be the poster we all need to see. Or better yet, "Work the arid soil however long it takes until something that fulfills the rest of you finally makes the desert in you bloom. — Joan D. Chittister
Finding Something Better Sayings By Vanessa L Ochs: I knew what the sanctified life was not. Not a life filled with more rituals, I knew what the sanctified life was not. Not a life filled with more rituals, more scrupulously observed. Not more praying. Not becoming a better person, being more charitable, more concerned with everyone else's pains. Sanctifying had something to do with a sense of constant wonder - feeling gratitude and finding significance everywhere, in every action, relationship and object. — Vanessa L Ochs
Finding Something Better Sayings By Reshma Saujani: We can't think of any better way of becoming our best selves, than by finding We can't think of any better way of becoming our best selves, than by finding something we're great at! — Reshma Saujani
Finding Something Better Sayings By Lexxie Couper: Lauren, he murmured.She looked up into his face, into his glazed eyes. Her lips parted Lauren, he murmured.
She looked up into his face, into his glazed eyes. Her lips parted to say something cutting, pithy, witty - God, anything would be better than nothing - when he leant toward her, those angry-sky eyes of his growing intense with clarity, and then his mouth was on hers.
Lord, he still kisses ...
His tongue dipped past her lips, seeking and finding hers with little resistance. He tasted as good as he had fifteen years ago - toothpaste and coffee and him. He tasted as good. He smelt as good. He felt as good. — Lexxie Couper
Finding Something Better Sayings By Richard Hugo: Never want to say anything so strongly that you give up the option of finding Never want to say anything so strongly that you give up the option of finding something better. If you have to say it, you will. — Richard Hugo
Finding Something Better Sayings By Arik Maldonales: It seems like when ur in search of something or someone you only succeed when It seems like when ur in search of something or someone you only succeed when you've finally given up all hope ... and i find it rather fascinating how it always ends up in the last place youd expect i found da man of my dreams although he is the total opposite of what i expected hes ten times better — Arik Maldonales
Finding Something Better Sayings By Elizabeth Dole: What empowerment is all about [is] finding something which infuses you with a sense of What empowerment is all about [is] finding something which infuses you with a sense of mission, with a passion for your life's work. I don't believe there is one path for women or one nature to fulfill. Real fulfillment, real empowerment is often different than we imagine and better than we plan. — Elizabeth Dole
Finding Something Better Sayings By Andy Crouch: So finding our place in the world as culture makers requires us to pay attention So finding our place in the world as culture makers requires us to pay attention to culture's many dimensions. We will make something of the world in a particular ethnic tradition, in particular spheres, at particular scales. There is no such thing as "the Culture," and any attempt to talk about "the Culture," especially in terms of "transforming the Culture," is misled and misleading. Real culture making, not to mention cultural transformation, begins with a decision about which cultural world - or, better, worlds - we will attempt to make something of. — Andy Crouch
Finding Something Better Sayings By Brene Brown: Finding someone to put down, judge, or criticize becomes a way to get out of Finding someone to put down, judge, or criticize becomes a way to get out of the web or call attention away from our box. If you're doing worse than I am at something, I think, my chances of surviving are better. — Brene Brown
Finding Something Better Sayings By Robert Sikoryak: I used to be concerned about style, worried about my work looking like a bad I used to be concerned about style, worried about my work looking like a bad copy of someone who's better than me. So my embracing of the research and finding a way to replicate something consciously rather than replicate something unconsciously seemed like a way to go to distinguish what I do. — Robert Sikoryak
Finding Something Better Sayings By Aziz Ansari: They are more invested in the deep commitment to the relationship, rather than being personally They are more invested in the deep commitment to the relationship, rather than being personally invested in finding a soul mate, which can tend to lead to the "Is there something better out there for me?" mentality. — Aziz Ansari
Finding Something Better Sayings By Rachel Simon: And Lynnie understood. There were two kinds of hope: the kind you couldn't do anything And Lynnie understood. There were two kinds of hope: the kind you couldn't do anything about and the kind you could. And even if the kind you could do something about wasn't what you'd originally wanted, it was still worth doing. A rainy day is better than no day. A small happiness can make a big sadness less sad.
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"The sky was crying outside, and as she watched the drops come down, she thought: A rainy day can actually be a very important day. And a small hope isn't really small if it makes a lost hope less sad."
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Lynnie about the lost hope of finding Homan, the hope of seeing the lighthouse/connecting with her daughter and how selling her art work was doing something about it. — Rachel Simon
Finding Something Better Sayings By James Luceno: It's funny the way things work out. You go in search of one thing and It's funny the way things work out. You go in search of one thing and end up finding something else. If I didn't know better, I'd think it was the Force at work.
-Han Solo — James Luceno
Finding Something Better Sayings By James Runcie: All he knew was that sometimes a man had to be grateful for normality, that All he knew was that sometimes a man had to be grateful for normality, that a story could end less dramatically, and not half as badly as it might have done; that there was merit in an averted crisis, and that in finding his nephew Sidney had, at last, done something quietly responsible, without fuss or fanfare. Perhaps the rest of his life should be like this? he thought. It would involve a concentration on things close to the heart; a dedicated care of friends and family; a quieter existence, one that depended on listening harder and loving better; never resting in complacency; acknowledging faults, doubts and insecurities; the balance between solitude and company, the wish to escape and the need to come home: a loving attention. — James Runcie
Finding Something Better Sayings By Paula Modersohn-Becker: It is my experience that marriage does not make one happier. It destroys the illusion It is my experience that marriage does not make one happier. It destroys the illusion that has been the essence of one's previous existence, that there existed something like a soul-mate. The feeling of not being understood is heightened in marriage by the fact that one's entire life beforehand had the aim of finding a being who would understand one. But isn't it better to exist without such an illusion and look this great lonely truth straight in the eye? — Paula Modersohn-Becker
Finding Something Better Sayings By Ronald Reagan: I'm sure everyone feels sorry for the individual who has fallen by the wayside or I'm sure everyone feels sorry for the individual who has fallen by the wayside or who can't keep up in our competitive society, but my own compassion goes beyond that to those millions of unsung men and women, who get up every morning, send the kids to school, go to work, try to keep up the payments on their house, pay exorbitant taxes to make possible compassion for the less fortunate, and as a result have to sacrifice many of their own desires and dreams and hopes. Government owes them something better than always finding a new way to make them share the fruit of their toils with others. — Ronald Reagan
Finding Something Better Sayings By Tony Robbins: If you find yourself saying 'I can't do something', but you know it in your If you find yourself saying 'I can't do something', but you know it in your heart of hearts that if you do it, you're going to grow, you're going to be a better person, it's going to contribute to your family or to your kids or to something that matters, and you keep saying 'I can't do it,' there is no question - you must do it. You don't discuss it anymore. You just take immediate action ... You do what's necessary. — Tony Robbins
Finding Something Better Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: By then I knew that everything good and bad left an emptiness when it stopped. By then I knew that everything good and bad left an emptiness when it stopped. But if it was bad, the emptiness filled up by itself. If it was good you could only fill it by finding something better. — Ernest Hemingway,
Finding Something Better Sayings By Joyce Rachelle: There is comfort, even among strangers, when people find something they are equally passionate about. There is comfort, even among strangers, when people find something they are equally passionate about. — Joyce Rachelle
Finding Something Better Sayings By Karl Barry Sharpless: The discipline, nonetheless, is exacting: everything that can be observed should be observed, even if The discipline, nonetheless, is exacting: everything that can be observed should be observed, even if it is only recalled as the bland background from which the intriguing bits pop out like Venus in the evening sky. The goal is always finding something new, hopefully unimagined and, better still, hitherto unimaginable. — Karl Barry Sharpless
Finding Something Better Sayings By Zak Bagans: Life is all about finding yourself through experiences, and about learning more and more about Life is all about finding yourself through experiences, and about learning more and more about who you are and what you're capable of. If you're getting older and not succeeding in anything or doing anything to make a positive impact on people, then you're not living. You're just waiting for death. Get out there and make an impact on people, whether it's by helping them directly or by doing research to make their lives better or just by inspiring them. Do something good to be remembered for. This is more important than money. — Zak Bagans
Finding Something Better Sayings By Atul Gawande: I write because it's my way of finding cool ideas, thinking through hard problems and I write because it's my way of finding cool ideas, thinking through hard problems and things I don't understand, and getting better at something. — Atul Gawande
Finding Something Better Sayings By Lydia Davis: This dull, difficult novel I have brought with me on my trip - I keep This dull, difficult novel I have brought with me on my trip - I keep trying to read it. I have gone back to it so many times, each time dreading it and each time finding it no better than the last time, that by now it has become something of an old friend. My old friend the bad novel. — Lydia Davis
Finding Something Better Sayings By Anna Barnes: Mindfulness is about focusing on the magic of the present moment. Rather than fretting about Mindfulness is about focusing on the magic of the present moment. Rather than fretting about the past or worrying about the future, the aim is to experience life as it unfolds moment by moment. This simple practice is immensely powerful. As we rush through our lives, mindfulness encourages us to stop constantly striving for something new or better and to embrace acceptance and gratitude. This allows us to tap into the joy and wonder in our lives, and to listen to the wisdom of our hearts. This book will show you how to experience small but beautiful moments of mindfulness every day and so guide you along the path to finding more peace and contentment in your life. — Anna Barnes