Grandparents Favoring Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Grandparents Favoring Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Grandparents Favoring Sayings By K. Kiker: The only limits that exist in fantasy are your own and this is the place The only limits that exist in fantasy are your own and this is the place where you can push them safely, testing yourself to find the places in your mind you may not know exists. Deep in these recesses you may find wants you never knew you had. Here, in this place, you have the freedom to luxuriate in unsated hungers. — K. Kiker
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Grandparents Favoring Sayings By C.S. Lewis: All reality is iconoclastic. The earthly beloved, even in this life, incessantly triumphs over your All reality is iconoclastic. The earthly beloved, even in this life, incessantly triumphs over your mere idea of her. And you want her to; you want her with all her resistances, all her faults, all her unexpectedness. That is, in her foursquare and independent reality. And this, not any image or memory, is what we are to love still, after she is dead. — C.S. Lewis
Grandparents Favoring Sayings By Eddie Mathews: When you're a kid, what fun the game is! You grab a bat and glove When you're a kid, what fun the game is! You grab a bat and glove and ball, that's it. I know what Ted Williams and Stan Musial meant when they said it got tougher to get in shape every year. — Eddie Mathews
Grandparents Favoring Sayings By Nicholas Brendon: It was nice to make things right, and I went to prom and actually had It was nice to make things right, and I went to prom and actually had a good time in the TV world - the real world wasn't so much fun. — Nicholas Brendon
Grandparents Favoring Sayings By John De Ruiter: Depth of feeling and clarity of thought isn't the same as knowing. Depth of feeling and clarity of thought isn't the same as knowing. — John De Ruiter
Grandparents Favoring Sayings By Plutarch: ... man by nature is not a wild or unsocial creature, neither was he born ... man by nature is not a wild or unsocial creature, neither was he born so, but makes himself what he naturally is not, by vicious habit; and that again on the other side, he is civilized and grows gentle by a change of place, occupation, and manner of life, as beasts themselves that are wild by nature, become tame and tractable by housing and gentler usage... — Plutarch