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24 Fortuitously Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Fortuitously Sayings By S.E. Jakes: Shane was barely hanging on, as Keith spread the younger man's legs wide, was sucking Shane was barely hanging on, as Keith spread the younger man's legs wide, was sucking his balls and using his hand to stroke up and down his cock, ensuring that Shane was nearly incoherent. But he was putting up a good fight - taking Keith's thick cock in his mouth, trying to give as good as he got. Reed — S.E. Jakes
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Fortuitously Sayings By Jon Kabat-Zinn: The attitude of letting go, of letting things be as they are, of non-attachment, does The attitude of letting go, of letting things be as they are, of non-attachment, does not imply a condition of reactive distancing or detachment, and is not to be confused with passivity, dissociative behaviors, or attempts to separate yourself even the tiniest bit from reality. It is not a pathological condition of withdrawal adopted to protect yourself. Nor is it nihilistic. It is exactly opposite: a supremely healthy condition of heart and mind. It means embracing the whole of reality in a new way. — Jon Kabat-Zinn
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Fortuitously Sayings By Don DeLillo: In these night recitations we create a space between things as we felt them at In these night recitations we create a space between things as we felt them at the time and as we speak them now. This is the space reserved for irony, sympathy and fond amusement, the means by which we rescue ourselves from the past. — Don DeLillo
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Fortuitously Sayings By Milan Kundera: Forms which are in themselves quite ugly turn up fortuitously, without design, in such incredible Forms which are in themselves quite ugly turn up fortuitously, without design, in such incredible surroundings that they sparkle with a sudden wondrous poetry. — Milan Kundera
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Fortuitously Sayings By Robin Benway: Because there's one thing stronger than magic: sisterhood. Because there's one thing stronger than magic: sisterhood. — Robin Benway
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Fortuitously Sayings By Yoon Sang-hyun: I love you, Im Meahri. I'm sorry because you suffered alone. For admitting it so I love you, Im Meahri. I'm sorry because you suffered alone. For admitting it so late, I am sorry. You aren't going anywhere now. I am not letting you go anywhere. — Yoon Sang-hyun
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Fortuitously Sayings By William Hageman: In just about every gangster movie there is a scene where the mob boss says, In just about every gangster movie there is a scene where the mob boss says, 'Hey, I'm just a businessman. — William Hageman
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Fortuitously Sayings By Soman Chainani: It wasn't goodbye forever. Only goodbye for now. And if ever the distance was too It wasn't goodbye forever. Only goodbye for now. And if ever the distance was too much to bear, she would just look inside her heart, for Agatha was already there. — Soman Chainani
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Fortuitously Sayings By Milan Kundera: The beauty of New York rests on a completely different base. It's unintentional. It arose The beauty of New York rests on a completely different base. It's unintentional. It arose independent of human design, like a stalagmitic cavern. Forms which are in themselves quite ugly turn up fortuitously, without design, in such incredible surroundings that they sparkle with a sudden wondrous poetry ... Unintentional beauty. Yes. Another way of putting it might be 'beauty by mistake. — Milan Kundera
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Fortuitously Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: A new world, material without being real, where poor ghosts, breathing dreams like air, drifted A new world, material without being real, where poor ghosts, breathing dreams like air, drifted fortuitously about. — F Scott Fitzgerald
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Fortuitously Sayings By Bill Gross: Americans now know that housing prices can go down and they can go down by Americans now know that housing prices can go down and they can go down by 10, 20, 30, and in some cases, 40 or 50 percent. We know they can go down. But five years ago, we thought they could only go up. — Bill Gross
Fortuitously Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: If that was true he must have felt that he had lost the old warm If that was true he must have felt that he had lost the old warm world, paid a high price for living too long with a single dream. He must have looked up at an unfamiliar sky through frightening leaves and shivered as he found what a grotesque thing a rose is and how raw the sunlight was upon the scarcely created grass. A new world, material without being real, where poor ghosts, breathing dreams like air, drifted fortuitously about ... like that ashen, fantastic figure gliding toward him through the amorphous trees. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Fortuitously Sayings By Dom DeLuise: The joys of my life are my granddaughters. They are beautiful. You don't have to The joys of my life are my granddaughters. They are beautiful. You don't have to believe me. You can ask my wife. She'll tell you. — Dom DeLuise
Fortuitously Sayings By Haruki Murakami: We're all kind of weird and twisted and drowning. We're all kind of weird and twisted and drowning. — Haruki Murakami
Fortuitously Sayings By Matt Taibbi: Greenspan's eventual explanation for the growing gap between stock prices and actual productivity was that, Greenspan's eventual explanation for the growing gap between stock prices and actual productivity was that, fortuitously, the laws of nature had changed
humanity had reached a happy stage of history where bullshit could be used as rocket fuel. — Matt Taibbi
Fortuitously Sayings By Mark Z. Danielewski: Because the enormous narcissism of their parents deprived Will and Tom of suitable role models, Because the enormous narcissism of their parents deprived Will and Tom of suitable role models, both brothers learned to identify with absence. Consequently, even if something beneficial fortuitously entered their lives they immediately treated it as temporary. By the time they were teenagers they were already accustomed to a discontinuous lifestyle marked by constant threats of abandonment and the lack of any emotional stability. Unfortunately, "accustomed to" here is really synonymous with "damaged by. — Mark Z. Danielewski
Fortuitously Sayings By Rex Stout: Man's brain, enlarged fortuitously, invented words in an ambitious effort to learn how to think, Man's brain, enlarged fortuitously, invented words in an ambitious effort to learn how to think, only to have them usurped by his emotions. But we still try.
Nero Wolf in Death of a Dude. — Rex Stout
Fortuitously Sayings By Louis Menand: You can't observe historical events; you can't question historical actors; you can't even know most You can't observe historical events; you can't question historical actors; you can't even know most of what has not been written about. What has been written about therefore takes on an importance that may be spurious. A few lines in a memoir, a snatch of recorded conversation, a letter fortuitously preserved, an event noted in a diary: all become luminous with significance - even though they are merely the bits that have floated to the surface. The historian clings to them, while, somewhere below, the huge submerged wreck of the past sinks silently out of sight. — Louis Menand
Fortuitously Sayings By Milan Kundera: Beauty in the European sense has always had a premeditated quality to it. We've always Beauty in the European sense has always had a premeditated quality to it. We've always had an aesthetic intention and a long-range plan. That's what enabled western man to spend decades building a Gothic cathedral or a Renaissance piazza. The beauty of New York rests on a completely different base. It's unintentional. It arose independent of human designt, like a stalagmitic cavern. Forms which in themselves quite ugly turn up fortuitously, without design, in such incredible surroundings that they sparkle with with a sudden wondrous poetry ... Sabina was very much attracted by the alien quality of New York's beauty. Fran found it intriguing but frightening; it made him feel homesick for Europe. — Milan Kundera
Fortuitously Sayings By Ira Carmen: Chess computers do not sweat during time pressure and commit costly blunders. Furthermore, the strength Chess computers do not sweat during time pressure and commit costly blunders. Furthermore, the strength of these programs (over and above their faultless recall processes) lies in their capacity to make relatively superficial tactical decisions with incredible speed. Positional values, long-range strategy, aesthetic judgment, and political astuteness remain staples of human performance, man vs. machine results in the foreseeable future to the contrary not withstanding. — Ira Carmen
Fortuitously Sayings By Neil DeGrasse Tyson: For the first billion years, the universe continued to expand and cool as matter gravitated For the first billion years, the universe continued to expand and cool as matter gravitated into the massive concentrations we call galaxies. Nearly a hundred billion of them formed, each containing hundreds of billions of stars that undergo thermonuclear fusion in their cores. Those stars with more than about ten times the mass of the Sun achieve sufficient pressure and temperature in their cores to manufacture dozens of elements heavier than hydrogen, including those that compose planets and whatever life may thrive upon them. These elements would be stunningly useless were they to remain where they formed. But high-mass stars fortuitously explode, scattering their chemically enriched guts throughout the galaxy. After nine billion years of such enrichment, in an undistinguished part of the universe (the outskirts of the Virgo Supercluster) in an undistinguished galaxy (the Milky Way) in an undistinguished region (the Orion Arm), an undistinguished star (the Sun) was born. The — Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Fortuitously Sayings By Jennifer Brown: It'll be tough, you're going to have face a lot of dragons. It'll be tough, you're going to have face a lot of dragons. — Jennifer Brown
Fortuitously Sayings By Stephen Jay Gould: The basic formulation, or bare-bones mechanics, of natural selection is a disarmingly simple argument, based The basic formulation, or bare-bones mechanics, of natural selection is a disarmingly simple argument, based on three undeniable facts (overproduction of offspring, variation, and heritability) and one syllogistic inference (natural selection, or the claim that organisms enjoying differential reproductive success will, on average, be those variants that are fortuitously better adapted to changing local environments, and that these variants will then pass their favored traits to offspring by inheritance). — Stephen Jay Gould
Fortuitously Sayings By Jody Watley: Human mobile devices that may come in handy and can be used anywhere include: prayer, Human mobile devices that may come in handy and can be used anywhere include: prayer, meditation, a good attitude, compassion, kindness, humor, laughter, patience, love and a smile. Customize to personal style and taste. — Jody Watley