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18 Forebode Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Forebode Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I am ready to die out of nature, and be born again into this new I am ready to die out of nature, and be born again into this new yet unapproachable America I have found in the West. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Forebode Sayings By Frederick Buechner: He [Jesus] speaks in parables, and though we have approached these parables reverentially all these He [Jesus] speaks in parables, and though we have approached these parables reverentially all these many years and have heard them expounded as grave and reverent vehicles of holy truth, I suspect that many if not all of them were originally not grave at all but were antic, comic, often more than just a little shocking. — Frederick Buechner
Forebode Sayings By Jacqueline McKenzie: Everybody is just at the start of this huge process of trying to unravel what's Everybody is just at the start of this huge process of trying to unravel what's going on with the 4,400, where they've been and why they're back and what they're trying to do with us in the present. And we're trying to work out what messages they're sending us. — Jacqueline McKenzie
Forebode Sayings By George Pierce Baker: Back through the ages of barbarism and civilization, in all tongues, we find this instinctive Back through the ages of barbarism and civilization, in all tongues, we find this instinctive pleasure in the imitative action that is the very essence of all drama. — George Pierce Baker
Forebode Sayings By Alan Cranston: The explosion of a terrorist's single nuclear device in a major metropolitan center would trigger The explosion of a terrorist's single nuclear device in a major metropolitan center would trigger an unparalleled humanitarian and environmental disaster. An accidental military launch of multiple warheads could result in a worldwide nuclear holocaust. Medical researchers and military analysts forebode grim consequences. — Alan Cranston
Forebode Sayings By Norman Doidge: We all have what might be called a culturally modified brain, and as cultures evolve, We all have what might be called a culturally modified brain, and as cultures evolve, they continually lead to new changes in the brain. — Norman Doidge
Forebode Sayings By Mark Zuckerberg: When I was in college I did a lot of stupid things and I don't When I was in college I did a lot of stupid things and I don't want to make an excuse for that. Some of the things that people accuse me of are true, some of them aren't. There are pranks, IMs. — Mark Zuckerberg
Forebode Sayings By Afrojack: When I was growing up, I said to my ex-girlfriend, 'I will not be successful When I was growing up, I said to my ex-girlfriend, 'I will not be successful until everyone in Holland knows my name.' And it worked. — Afrojack
Forebode Sayings By Fyodor Dostoevsky: An anguish of longing would boil up inside me; a hysterical thirst for contradictions and An anguish of longing would boil up inside me; a hysterical thirst for contradictions and contrasts would appear, and I would embark on dissipations. — Fyodor Dostoevsky
Forebode Sayings By Wolfgang Schauble: Europe should speak more effectively and clearly with one voice in the world. Europe should speak more effectively and clearly with one voice in the world. — Wolfgang Schauble
Forebode Sayings By J.R. Ward: It's because you're looking in the wrong place," Lassiter said. "You can go now." "Every It's because you're looking in the wrong place," Lassiter said.
"You can go now."
"Every time you say that, it brings a tear to my eye."
"Funny, mine too."

-Lassiter & Tohr — J.R. Ward
Forebode Sayings By Jerome Stern: If the atmosphere is to be foreboding, you must forebode on every page. If it If the atmosphere is to be foreboding, you must forebode on every page. If it is to be cold, you must chill, not once or twice, but until your readers are shivering. — Jerome Stern
Forebode Sayings By Lauren F. Winner: Maybe, if God is fire, we are a grove of ponderosa pines. Without the heat Maybe, if God is fire, we are a grove of ponderosa pines. Without the heat and burn of God's flame, our pinecones would remain closed tight around the seeds that are needed for our thriving and growth and new life. — Lauren F. Winner
Forebode Sayings By Willowy Whisper: The silence was worse than the gunshots. The wait worse than the confusion. The forebode The silence was worse than the gunshots. The wait worse than the confusion. The forebode worse
than any danger. — Willowy Whisper
Forebode Sayings By Sarah Kane: Once you have perceived that life is very cruel, the only response is to live Once you have perceived that life is very cruel, the only response is to live with as much humanity, humour and freedom as you can. — Sarah Kane
Forebode Sayings By Terry Pratchett: But we don't do things like that!" said Vimes. "You can't go around arresting the But we don't do things like that!" said Vimes. "You can't go around arresting the Thieves' Guild. I mean, we'd be at it all day! — Terry Pratchett
Forebode Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: He knew that she had been dreaming that night and he knew what her dreams He knew that she had been dreaming that night and he knew what her dreams were about. She had forgotten them. He forebode to look at her. It gave him a grim, horrible, and rather uncanny sensation to think that a vivid, lacerating life could go on when one sunk in unconsciousness, a life so real that it could cause tears to stream down the face and twist the mouth in woe, and yet when the sleeper woke left no recollection behind. — W. Somerset Maugham
Forebode Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: There can be, if I forebode aright, no power, short of the Divine mercy, to There can be, if I forebode aright, no power, short of the Divine mercy, to disclose, whether by uttered words, or by type or emblem, the secrets that may be buried with a human heart. The heart, making itself guilty of such secrets, must perforce hold them, until the day when all hidden things shall be revealed. Nor have I so read or interpreted the Holy Writ, as to understand that the disclosure of human thoughts and deeds, then to be made, is intended as part of the retribution. That, surely, were a shallow view of it. No; these revelations, unless I greatly error, are meant merely to promote the intellectual satisfaction of all intelligent beings, who will stand waiting, on that day, to see the dark problem of this life made plain. A knowledge of men's hearts will be needful to the completest solution of that problem. And I conceive, moreover, that the hearts holding such secrets as you speak of will yield them up, at that last day, not with reluctance, but with a joy unutterable. — Nathaniel Hawthorne