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11 Getting Away From Reality Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Getting Away From Reality Sayings By David Levithan: My mind was getting away from reality again, and I reluctantly drew it back in. My mind was getting away from reality again, and I reluctantly drew it back in. There is no getting away from reality. — David Levithan
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Getting Away From Reality Sayings By John Green: The end occurred mostly in her whispers and his silence - because he couldn't whisper The end occurred mostly in her whispers and his silence - because he couldn't whisper and they didn't want to wake Colin's parents. They succeeded in staying quiet, in part because it felt like the air had been shocked out of him. Paradoxically, he felt as if his getting dumped was the only thing happening on the entire dark and silent planet, and also as if it weren't happening at all. He felt himself drifting away from the one-sided whispered conversation, wondering if maybe everything big and heartbreaking and incomprehensible is a paradox. — John Green
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Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Jonathan Kellerman: -Nice concept.-What is?-Retreating. Getting away from the grind.-Oh, you never do. You just change gears. -Nice concept.
-What is?
-Retreating. Getting away from the grind.
-Oh, you never do. You just change gears. — Jonathan Kellerman
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Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Andre Gorz: Only, this was the thing: you'd provided me with the possibility of getting away from Only, this was the thing: you'd provided me with the possibility of getting away from myself and making myself at home in another world. You were like a messenger from that world. With you, I could give my real self a rest. You were part and parcel of that dissolving of reality - myself included - that I'd been working on for seven or eight years through writing. For me, you were the herald out in front who showed me how to put the menacing world on hold. In that world I was a refugee whose existence was not legitimate, whose future never went beyond the three months of a temporary visa. I had no desire to come back to earth. I'd found a refuge in a magical experience and I wasn't about to let it get dragged down into reality. As far back as I can remember, I'd always sought not to exist. You've had to work for years on end to get me to accept the fact that I do exist. And I really don't think your work is over yet. — Andre Gorz
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Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Marcel Proust: Fully engrossed, until now, in picturing romantic ways of seeing him and getting to know Fully engrossed, until now, in picturing romantic ways of seeing him and getting to know him and certain she would carry them out as soon as she wished, she had been living on that yearning and that hope, without, perhaps, realizing it. But this desire had implanted itself into her by sending out a thousand imperceptible roots, which had plunged into all her most unconscious minutes of happiness or melancholy, filling them with a new sap without her knowing where it came from. And now this desire had been ripped out and tossed away as impossible. She felt lacerated, suffering horribly in her entire self, which had been suddenly uprooted; and from the depths of her sorrow through the abruptly exposed lies of her hope, she saw the reality of her love. — Marcel Proust
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Jimmy Kimmel: There's an air of mystery around the Masons, but the reality is that they're mostly There's an air of mystery around the Masons, but the reality is that they're mostly a bunch of veterans getting drunk in a lodge that they've built to look like a temple. It's just a bunch of guys trying to get away from their wives. — Jimmy Kimmel
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Patti Feuereisen: Beyond telling and getting away however there are an awful lot of myths out there Beyond telling and getting away however there are an awful lot of myths out there about how to move on or get justice. People may tell you to report the crime or confront you abuser- or even to forgive him. I don't necessarily advocate any of these things. I think counseling of some kind can be enormously useful, but the bottom line is that the main way to heal is to find people who will support you, to talk about what happened, and to ground yourself in the reality that the abuse was not your fault, that you have nothing to be ashamed of, and that you deserve great love and happiness in your life. — Patti Feuereisen
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Dwyane Wade: Whenever I feel like I'm getting too far away from where I need to be, Whenever I feel like I'm getting too far away from where I need to be, I think about my sons and the legacy I have to leave for them - and it always brings me back to reality. — Dwyane Wade
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Jackie Payne: What's getting all the attention is we have South Dakota putting out this direct frontal What's getting all the attention is we have South Dakota putting out this direct frontal attack. I'm actually just as concerned about what they're doing every day on the ground. If you restrict access to the point there is no one who can or will do it for you, you've taken the right away. And that's becoming the reality for women in many states in this country. — Jackie Payne
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By Jasper Johns: Art as a fantasy has been one of my earliest experiences. I suppose a lot Art as a fantasy has been one of my earliest experiences. I suppose a lot of my childhood was a fantasy that involved getting away from things I didn't like. Fortunately it had some relationship to reality so that later I was able to, to some extent, act as I imagined I might. — Jasper Johns
Getting Away From Reality Sayings By David LaChapelle: My pictures are about getting as far away from reality as possible. Dreams should be My pictures are about getting as far away from reality as possible. Dreams should be part of our everyday life. — David LaChapelle