Gary Beadle Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Gary Beadle Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Gary Beadle Sayings By George Orwell: Beyond the late Fifties everything faded. When there were no external records that you could Beyond the late Fifties everything faded. When there were no external records that you could refer to, even the outline of your own life lost its sharpness. You remembered huge events which had quite probably not happened, you remembered the details of incidents without being able to recapture their atmosphere, and there were long blank periods to which you could assign nothing. Everything had been different then. — George Orwell
Gary Beadle Sayings By Ayn Rand: I understand that centuries of chains and lashes will not kill the spirit of man I understand that centuries of chains and lashes will not kill the spirit of man nor the sense of truth within him.

~Equality 7-2521 (as Prometheus), pg 98 — Ayn Rand
Gary Beadle Sayings By Tara Maya: The purring kitten on her shoulder and the beauty of the day rinsed away her The purring kitten on her shoulder and the beauty of the day rinsed away her gloom on the walk home. — Tara Maya
Gary Beadle Sayings By J.K. Rowling: October arrived, spreading a damp chill over the grounds and into the castle. October arrived, spreading a damp chill over the grounds and into the castle. — J.K. Rowling
Gary Beadle Sayings By Cherie Priest: Yes it's pink. That's how you know it's for ladies. That might be the stupidest Yes it's pink. That's how you know it's for ladies. That might be the stupidest thing I've ever heard you say. — Cherie Priest
Gary Beadle Sayings By Patrick Fischler: I would love to play a regular guy in a family drama. I would love to play a regular guy in a family drama. — Patrick Fischler
Gary Beadle Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: Whenever man attempts to do what he knows to be the Master's will, a power Whenever man attempts to do what he knows to be the Master's will, a power will be given him equal to the duty. — Fulton J. Sheen
Gary Beadle Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: It is a curious thing how poets tend to become ascetics ... Even a debauch It is a curious thing how poets tend to become ascetics ... Even a debauch for them is a self-flagellation. They go on the loose in cruelty against themselves, admitting that they are pandering to, and despising, the lower self. — D.H. Lawrence
Gary Beadle Sayings By Igor Sikorsky: The work of the individual still remains the spark that moves mankind ahead even more The work of the individual still remains the spark that moves mankind ahead even more than teamwork. — Igor Sikorsky
Gary Beadle Sayings By Alexei Maxim Russell: If your spirit is persistently harmless or if it has shown itself to you, in If your spirit is persistently harmless or if it has shown itself to you, in a non-threatening way, then you most definitely have a ghost. The ghost can be frightening, by its very nature. But the ghost will never intentionally frighten you. They will be there for three reasons: 1. They used to live there and are attached to the location 2. They are trying to communicate something to the living or 3. They are protective of somebody who lives in the house and so they are "standing guard" so to speak, over the loved one. — Alexei Maxim Russell
Gary Beadle Sayings By Jennifer DuBois: He regarded conversation as sport, and Lily loved anyone who regarded anything in life as He regarded conversation as sport, and Lily loved anyone who regarded anything in life as sport (except for actual sports). — Jennifer DuBois
Gary Beadle Sayings By Brother Lawrence: I made this my business as much all the day long as at the appointed I made this my business as much all the day long as at the appointed times of prayer; for at all times, every hour, every minute, even in the height of my business, I drove away from my mind everything that was capable of interrupting my thought of GOD. Such has been my common practice ever since I entered in religion; and, though I have done it very imperfectly, yet I have found great advantages by it. — Brother Lawrence
Gary Beadle Sayings By Jane Austen: Where there is a wish to please, one ought to overlook, and one does overlook Where there is a wish to please, one ought to overlook, and one does overlook a great deal. — Jane Austen