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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Jackie Pilossoph: We made love for a long time, and he whispered how much he'd missed me, We made love for a long time, and he whispered how much he'd missed me, and how beautiful I was, and how lucky he felt that we were together. And though I felt all those things, no words came out of my mouth. The feel of his body was taking my breath away, but that wasn't the reason I didn't say anything. At this moment, I felt as if I was in a dream, and I never wanted it to end. I wanted to feel him and touch him and hear him breathe and look in his eyes, and there wasn't one word I could say thatwouldn't take away from the overwhelming sense of passion I was feeling at this very moment. "Are you okay?" Drew asked me. "Yeah, why?" I whispered. "Because you're crying," he said, wiping tears from my eyes. "No, I'm not." He gave me a gentle smile. "Yes, you are. Tell me why." I looked into his eyes so directly that I almost felt like I was trying to look into his soul. And then I whispered, "I love you," and I realized that for the first time in my life, I actually meant it. — Jackie Pilossoph
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Meg Cabot: I hope they know how lucky they are to have you. But that doesn't mean I hope they know how lucky they are to have you. But that doesn't mean I will ever stop trying to have you for myself. You know as well as I do, Meena, that we belong together. I hope that day will come sometime soon. In the meantime: truce.
With all the love in my heart, Lucien — Meg Cabot
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Richard Dawkins: We are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones. Most people are We are going to die, and that makes us the lucky ones. Most people are never going to die because they are never going to be born. The potential people who could have been here in my place but who will in fact never see the light of day outnumber the sand grains of Arabia. Certainly those unborn ghosts include greater poets than Keats, scientists greater than Newton. We know this because the set of possible people allowed by our DNA so massively exceeds the set of actual people. In the teeth of these stupefying odds it is you and I, in our ordinariness, that are here.We privileged few, who won the lottery of birth against all odds, how dare we whine at our inevitable return to that prior state from which the vast majority have never stirred? — Richard Dawkins
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Bijou Hunter: After watching Vaughn and Judd dump the body and cover it with lye, I followed After watching Vaughn and Judd dump the body and cover it with lye, I followed Cooper back to the cabin.
"How are things going with Winnie?" he asked as we waited for the others to finish.
"Good. We're moving into one of the houses I've remodeled. I'm planning to propose too."
"Did you ask Tad for permission?"
Frowning, I shook my head.
"Give the guy a break. You show up, bang his daughter, steal her away, and don't even fake like his opinion matters. You're lucky he doesn't beat you with a stick just for the hell of it."
My frown darkened then I remembered Cooper was having a baby girl soon. "I'll ask Tad before I propose. — Bijou Hunter
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lady Bird Johnson: How lucky we are to have such a treasure of memories. How lucky we are to have such a treasure of memories. — Lady Bird Johnson
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Alice Walker: Even with all of the things that are so awful, if you walk into your Even with all of the things that are so awful, if you walk into your yard and stay there looking at almost anything for five minutes, you will be stunned by how marvelous life is and how incredibly lucky we are to have it. — Alice Walker
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Thisuri Wanniarachchi: Today I prayed for Boston, for America, my home away from home. Today, I realized Today I prayed for Boston, for America, my home away from home. Today, I realized how lucky we Sri Lankans are to have peace in our country. How I feel today, hearing of the bombs going off in the city brings back memories of how I used to feel four years ago in Sri Lanka when the LTTE was setting off bombs all around Colombo. That feeling I used to get when I hear about a bomb blast, the goosebumps, the school evacuation drills, the breaking news footage, and most of all, that fear we Sri Lankans used to feel, every second of everyday, it all came back to me today. Thank you God for bringing peace to my country, look after America the way you did Sri Lanka. — Thisuri Wanniarachchi
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Phil Hellmuth: I think that we are all in the right place at the right time almost I think that we are all in the right place at the right time almost every day. It's the people who are prepared to be lucky who can take advantage of being there. How do these people position themselves to be lucky? It was Goethe who said, 'Anytime that you take the first step toward trying to achieve something in life, all manner of good things will mysteriously fall into your path to help speed you along your way.' Amen to that! — Phil Hellmuth
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Joyce Giraud: Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year because it reminds us to Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year because it reminds us to give thanks and to count our blessings. Suddenly, so many things become so little when we realize how blessed and lucky we are. — Joyce Giraud
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: You know, we live in an ass-licking economy. The biggest problem in this country is You know, we live in an ass-licking economy. The biggest problem in this country is not corruption. The problem is that there are many qualified people who are not where they are supposed to be because they won't lick anybody's ass, or they don't know which ass to lick or they don't even know how to lick an ass. I'm lucky to be licking the right ass." She smiled. "It's just luck. Oga said I was well brought up, that I was not like all the Lagos girls who sleep with him on the first night and the next morning give him a list of what they want him to buy. I slept with him on the first night but I did not ask for anything, which was stupid of me now that I think of it, but I did not sleep with him because I wanted something. Ah, this thing called power. I was attracted to him even with his teeth like Dracula. I was attracted to his power. — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: The stress of it all. How the hell are we expected at the age of The stress of it all. How the hell are we expected at the age of sixteen (and seventeen, in your case) to decide what we want to do for the rest of our lives? Right now all I want to do is get out of school, not start planning to get into another one. You're lucky you've always known what you want to do. — Cecelia Ahern
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Justin Taylor: This is who you are, I thought, and my eyes were wet with love for This is who you are, I thought, and my eyes were wet with love for myself and my lovers and for the world. How wonderful and strange it is to be alive! How uneven we are, and how lucky, in our delirious specificity and holy broken forms. — Justin Taylor
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lionel Shriver: How lucky we are, when we're spared what we think we want! How lucky we are, when we're spared what we think we want! — Lionel Shriver
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Jandy Nelson: Because who knows? Who knows anything? Who knows who's pulling the strings? Or what is? Because who knows? Who knows anything? Who knows who's pulling the strings? Or what is? Or how? Who knows if destiny is just how you tell yourself the story of your life? Another son might not have heard his mother's last words as a prophecy but as drug-induced gibberish, forgotten soon after. Another girl might not have told herself a love story about a drawing her brother made. Who knows if Grandma really thought the first daffodils of spring were lucky or if she just wanted to go on walks with me through the woods? Who knows if she even believed in her bible at all or if she just preferred a world where hope and creativity and faith trump reason? who knows if there are ghosts (sorry, Grandma) or just the living, breathing memories of your loved ones, inside you, speaking to you, trying to get your attention by any means necessary? Who knows where the hell Ralph is? (Sorry, Oscar.) No one knows.
SO we grapple with the mysteries, each in our own way. — Jandy Nelson
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Harlan Coben: Doesn't matter anymore." "Yeah, it does." "Nah, not really. With all due respect, none of Doesn't matter anymore." "Yeah, it does." "Nah, not really. With all due respect, none of this does. Look, high school is over. I'm going to Dartmouth. Aimee is going to Duke. My mom, she told me something. She said that high school isn't important. The people who are happiest in high school end up being the most miserable adults. I'm lucky. I know that. And I know it won't last unless I take the next step. I thought . . . we talked about it. I thought Aimee understood that too. How important the next step was. And in the end, we both got what we wanted. We got accepted to our first choices. — Harlan Coben
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Eve Hewson: Of course, we're so lucky to be in a time where that's not our reality Of course, we're so lucky to be in a time where that's not our reality anymore. I just thought it was very interesting to go back to that time now, and to look at all of these issues that are still relevant today, but just in such a different way, and to see how we approach them and try to overcome them. Yeah, we've come a long way with medicine and women's health in the Western world, but in a lot of parts of the rest of the world, that's still a huge issue. — Eve Hewson
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lionel Shriver: How lucky we are, when we are spared what we think we want! How lucky we are, when we are spared what we think we want! — Lionel Shriver
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Julia Roberts: How lucky we are that we love each other so much that we burst into How lucky we are that we love each other so much that we burst into three pieces. — Julia Roberts
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Ally Condie: Until now, I've never been able to see while I fly, and I feel a Until now, I've never been able to see while I fly, and I feel a dizzying lightness as I look out at the land below us.
Is this what I've missed?
The stars have come to the earth, and the ocean has turned over the ground; dark waves meet the sky. They are unmoving, barely visible but for the light of the sun rising behind them.
Mountains, I realize. That's what the ocean is. Those waves are peaks. The stars are lights in houses and on streets. The earth reflects the sky and the sky meets the earth and, every now and then, if we're lucky, we have a moment to see how small we are. — Ally Condie
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Debbi Fields: I try not to take for granted how lucky we are to have life and I try not to take for granted how lucky we are to have life and breath and opportunity. Once we've got that, we can conquer anything. — Debbi Fields
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Henri J.M. Nouwen: Distance never seperates two hearts that really care, for our memories span the miles and Distance never seperates two hearts that really care, for our memories span the miles and in seconds we are there. But whenever I start feeling sad cuz I miss you I remind myself how lucky I am to have someone so special to miss. — Henri J.M. Nouwen
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How Lucky We Are Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Most people look at cats and think what a life - all we do is Most people look at cats and think what a life - all we do is lie around in the sun, never having to lift a finger. But cats' lives aren't that idyllic. Cats are powerless, weak little creatures that injure easily. We don't have shells like turtles, nor wings like birds. We can't burrow into the ground like moles or change colors like a chameleon. The world has no idea how many cats are injured every day, how many of us meet a miserable end. I happen to be lucky enough to live with the Tanabes in a warm and friendly family, the children treat me well, and I've got everything I need. But even my life isn't always easy. When it comes to strays, though, they have a very tough time of it. — Haruki Murakami
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Megan Hart: Much is said about brilliance. Less attention is paid to those who live next to Much is said about brilliance. Less attention is paid to those who live next to it. Spouses, children, assistants ... if anyone thinks of us at all, it's generally to remark upon how lucky we are to bask in the light of genius. — Megan Hart
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Richard Adams: You can pluck up your spirits, Bluebell," he said. "I think we're close to the You can pluck up your spirits, Bluebell," he said. "I think we're close to the iron road." "I wouldn't care about my spirits," said Bluebell, "if my legs weren't so tired. Slugs are lucky not to have legs. I think I'll be a slug." "Well, I'm a hedgehog," said Hazel, "so you'd better get on!" "You're not," replied Bluebell. "You haven't enough fleas. Now, slugs don't have fleas, either. How comforting to be a slug, among the dandelions so snug - " "And feel the blackbird's sudden tug," said Hazel. — Richard Adams
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Kate Bernheimer: I have been transcribing those poems and considering how lucky we are to live longer I have been transcribing those poems and considering how lucky we are to live longer than flowers, even if not much happens to us. — Kate Bernheimer
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Separating from the group in the middle of the room, Win came to Christopher and Separating from the group in the middle of the room, Win came to Christopher and gave him her hand. "Captain Phelan. How lucky we are to be gaining you as a brother. The men in the family have been quite outmatched--four to five. Now you'll make our total an even ten."
"I still feel outmatched," Leo said.
Merripen approached Christopher, shook his hand with a strong grip, and gave him an appraising glance. "Rohan says you're not bad, for a gadjo," he said. "And Beatrix says she loves you, which inclines me to let you marry her. But I'm still considering it."
"If it makes any difference," Christopher said, "I'm willing to take all of her animals."
Merripen considered that. "You can have her. — Lisa Kleypas
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Vicki Keire: Maybe none of us can choose who we love, Cas. None of the lucky ones, Maybe none of us can choose who we love, Cas. None of the lucky ones, anyway. The only choice we have is how we serve that love. And Ethan's made his choice. What about you? Are you going to reject it, or make the best of what you've been given? — Vicki Keire
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Dana Reinhardt: I think about how we can't always live in the moment because moments pass, and I think about how we can't always live in the moment because moments pass, and when we're lucky, we have the kind of moments that we can't help wanting to go back to. We think about them, remember how they felt, and when more time passes we tell stories of these moments that are worth reliving. — Dana Reinhardt
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Debasish Mridha: How lucky we are! We are singing our songs, dancing our dances, and living our How lucky we are! We are singing our songs, dancing our dances, and living our lives. — Debasish Mridha
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Mingmei Yip: Therefore, when Ziqi died, Boya, realizing that no one else would understand his music as Therefore, when Ziqi died, Boya, realizing that no one else would understand his music as well as his friend, smashed his qin at Ziqi's grave and sighed, "Why play the qin when there's no more zhiyin to understand my music!" From then on, the term zhiyin had been used to describe soul mates. "Precious Orchid," Qing Zhen looked at me intently while a solitary bird soared behind him in the vast sky, "you realize how lucky we are? Most people search all their life for a zhiyin but never find one. We're not only lovers; we're also zhiyin." Though I was used to compliments from men and usually did not take them seriously, this one from Qing Zhen touched a silk string in my heart. — Mingmei Yip
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: The fish is my friend too," he said aloud. "I have never seen or heard The fish is my friend too," he said aloud. "I have never seen or heard of such a fish. But I must kill him. I am glad we do not have to try to kill the stars." Imagine if each day a man must try to kill the moon, he thought. The moon runs away. But imagine if a man each day should have to try to kill the sun? We were born lucky, he thought. Then he was sorry for the great fish that had nothing to eat and his determination to kill him never relaxed in his sorrow for him. How many people will he feed, he thought. But are they worthy to eat him? No, of course not. There is no one worthy of eating him from the manner of his behaviour and his great dignity. I do not understand these things, he thought. But it is good that we do not have to try to kill the sun or the moon or the stars. It is enough to live on the sea and kill our true brothers. Now, — Ernest Hemingway,
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Frank Lampard: I'm a very private person, and you have a lot of people looking into your I'm a very private person, and you have a lot of people looking into your personal life, away from football. That's the one thing that I don't like, but I always remember how lucky we are that we're playing football. — Frank Lampard
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Jay McLean: All that we had, every moment we shared, it meant everything to me. Everything you All that we had, every moment we shared, it meant everything to me. Everything you felt, I felt it, too. It was the hardest thing to do, to walk away from you, from us, but I had to do it, because you deserve so much more. And I hope you see that. I hope that you've moved on and found some guy who treats you like the amazingly beautiful girl you are. And that he knows how lucky he is to have you. I hope he appreciates every single thing about you. And I hope that he loves you and gives you the world, Amanda. Because I would have. — Jay McLean
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Giovanna Fletcher: Because school, no matter how insignificant and annoying it may seem as we get older Because school, no matter how insignificant and annoying it may seem as we get older and can't wait to get away, sets us on our life's path. It's plants ideas for us to thrive upon, teaches us where we want to go and who we want to be - feeding us the notion that our dreams are limitless, that we can do anything if we believe in it enough and truly set our minds to it. But, best of all, it encourages us to seek friendships of others, to learn to lean on them for support and to console them in return. After all, it's the people you meet along the way who really make a lasting impression and who will, if your lucky, stick with you for the rest of your life. — Giovanna Fletcher
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: They're very beautiful, aren't they? Clouds are very beautiful and yet so often we fail They're very beautiful, aren't they? Clouds are very beautiful and yet so often we fail to appreciate them properly. We should do that. We should look at them and think about how lucky we are to have them. — Alexander McCall Smith
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lauren Oliver: See?" my mother would say, smiling at me and my sister, Carol, in turn. "We See?" my mother would say, smiling at me and my sister, Carol, in turn. "We live in the greatest country on earth. See how lucky we are?"
And yet the ash continued swirling down, and the smells of death came through the windows, crept under the door, hung in our carpets and curtains, and screamed of her lie.
Is it possible to tell the truth in a society of lies? Or must you always, of necessity, become a liar?
And if you lie to a liar, is the sin somehow negated or reversed?
These are the kinds of questions I ask myself now: in these dark, watery hours, when night and day are interchangeable. No. Not true. — Lauren Oliver
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Michael Spehn: 9/11/01Gina:Especially today, with the enormity of current events, I want to convey to you again, 9/11/01
Gina:
Especially today, with the enormity of current events, I want to convey to you again, how much you mean to me and how proud I am to be your husband. The hard work that you are engaged in right now is exhausting, invisible and largely thankless in the short term.
But honey, please know that buried at the core of this tedium is the most noble and important work in the world- God's work; the fruits of which you and I will be lucky enough to enjoy as we grow old together. Watching these little guys grow into men is a privilege that I am proud to share with you, and the perfect fulfillment of our marriage bonds.
You are a great mom.
You are a great wife.
You are my best friend.
You are very pretty.
Happy Birthday.

-Matt — Michael Spehn
How Lucky We Are Sayings By D.C. Grace: You expect me to believe you're a witch? A broom riding, cauldron stirring, poison apple You expect me to believe you're a witch? A broom riding, cauldron stirring, poison apple witch? Witches are Fae, Angelina," Dasan mocked.
"No, you creeper, witches are not Fae. Maybe some are, but there are mortals who practice witchcraft, and I'm one of them!" Angelina almost spit the words at him. "And we don't ride brooms, get real! How Hans Christian Anderson are you, anyway? As for poison apples, you'll be lucky to not get served one in your lifetime! I mean, you and your buddy here turn into giant ... what are you ... dogs ... but you can't believe in a little earth magic? Grow up!"
"See, this is the kind of conversation that would crop up on like a third or fourth date," I chimed in, unable to help myself.
-told by Finley in The Sacred Oath — D.C. Grace
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Roseanne Barr: The only options open for girls then were of course mother, secretary or teacher. At The only options open for girls then were of course mother, secretary or teacher. At least that's what we all thought and were preparing ourselves for. Now, I must say how lucky we are, as women, to live in an age where 'Dental Hygienist' has been added to the list. — Roseanne Barr
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Kristin Davis: We all get so caught up in our day-to-day lives and have so many gripes. We all get so caught up in our day-to-day lives and have so many gripes. But when you see the way others live and how they make the best of it, you'll realize how lucky you are. — Kristin Davis
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Kate Wrath: Already I feel the loss of this moment, like it's drifting away from me on Already I feel the loss of this moment, like it's drifting away from me on Time's wings. I sense the future, how far away this moment will be, how I'll look back and feel it as something distant and ethereal. All of life's moments are like that-snapshots filed away in a box. If we're lucky enough to grow old, we can look back at them, but we'll never be in them again. Never live them. We're only ever out of the picture,looking back. Struggling to recall the details.. — Kate Wrath
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Steven Pinker: For all the violence that remains in the world, we are living in an extraordinary For all the violence that remains in the world, we are living in an extraordinary age. Perhaps it is a snapshot in a progression to an even greater peace. Perhaps it is a bottoming out to a new normal, with the easy reductions all plucked and additional ones harder and harder to reach. Perhaps it is a lucky confluence of good fortune that will soon unravel. But regardless of how the trends extrapolate into the future, something remarkable has brought us to the present. One — Steven Pinker
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Barack Obama: Michelle, I love you so much. The other night, I think the entire country saw Michelle, I love you so much. The other night, I think the entire country saw just how lucky I am. Malia and Sasha, we are so proud of you - and yes you do have to go to school in the morning. And Joe Biden, thank you for being the best Vice President I could ever hope for. — Barack Obama
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Alice Walker: Drew Dellinger is a deep and courageous poet. How lucky we are! Drew Dellinger is a deep and courageous poet. How lucky we are! — Alice Walker
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Belle Aurora: We've been chatting about our men and wedding stuff. Terah says, "God, sometimes I look We've been chatting about our men and wedding stuff. Terah says, "God, sometimes I look at Jon and think 'how the Hell did I manage to get you?' We're so lucky."
Mom adds, "They are very handsome."
Terah and I scoff. Shaking my head, I say, "Handsome is something. And Nox is handsome most times. But, by God, he is hot. Hotter than Hell, Mom. I never thought I could love someone so much. I can hardly keep my hands off him."
Mom chastises on a gasp, "Lily! That's inappropriate! You're a lady and ladies do not speak that way."
Terah chuckles, "Screw being a lady. I love my special cuddle time with Jon."
Mom covers her ears, but barks out an embarrassed laugh, "I cannot hear this! You girls can clean the rest up while I powder my nose."
Terah and I chuckle, watching her leave. — Belle Aurora
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Mitch Albom: Will share a secret: this is how talents are bestowed. Before newborns open their eyes, Will share a secret: this is how talents are bestowed. Before newborns open their eyes, we circle them, appearing as brilliant colors, and when they clench their tiny hands for the first time, they are actually grabbing the colors they find most appealing. Those talents are with them for life. The lucky ones (well, in my opinion, the lucky ones) choose me. Music. — Mitch Albom
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Deb Caletti: We look down our noses at people who've made mistakes in relationships. She's so stupid! We look down our noses at people who've made mistakes in relationships. She's so stupid! How could she do that! Our superiority makes us feel better. But I'd bet everything I have on the fact that people to claim to have a perfect record in love are either lying or have very limited dating experience. People who say, I'd never do that! Someday, unless you are very, very lucky, you'll have a story to tell. Or not to tell. — Deb Caletti
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Alice J. Wisler: And as the room grows dark, I wonder at how we humans are born to And as the room grows dark, I wonder at how we humans are born to pain, experience it constantly, and yet never learn the techniques of dodging it. We just learn to cope, to live. And some of us, if we are lucky enough, to thrive, in spite of it all. — Alice J. Wisler
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Isabel Allende: No complaining about how hard it is to write, we are all so, so lucky No complaining about how hard it is to write, we are all so, so lucky to write, to sit down, inside, and write words on paper. There is no greater freedom, no greater good, nothing that brings more joy. — Isabel Allende
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Carl Sagan: How lucky we are to live in this time / the first moment in human How lucky we are to live in this time / the first moment in human history / when we are in fact visiting other worlds — Carl Sagan
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Tony Parsons: Sometimes we are only aware of how happy we are when the moment has passed. Sometimes we are only aware of how happy we are when the moment has passed. But now and again, if we are very lucky, we are aware of happiness when it is actually happening. — Tony Parsons
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lewis Black: If you really think there's a Santa, why don't you sit on the front steps If you really think there's a Santa, why don't you sit on the front steps all night in the freezing cold and see if he climbs down any chimneys tonight. Good luck. And since we're a family that isn't lucky enough to have a chimney, how would Santa get into our house? Does he bring a locksmith with him? And it probably would have to be a Jewish locksmith, because a Christian locksmith is going to want to be home with his family. And how many Jewish locksmiths are there? None. — Lewis Black
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Karen Chance: The only good thing was that by midnight, even most of the bums had gone The only good thing was that by midnight, even most of the bums had gone home to sleep it off. That was lucky for them, because Ray was the worst damn driver I'd ever seen. And that was after I jerked his head out of the duffel and parked it on the dashboard.
"Gah! That makes it worse!" he told me, as I tried to get the eyes facing forward.
"How can it possibly be worse?"
"Because I got double vision now! Get it off! Get it off!"
He batted at his own head and succeeded in sending it tumbling into Christine's lap. She immediately went into hysterics and slapped it away. The head fell out of the car; Ray hit the brakes and we came to a screeching halt.
"What are you doing?" I screeched, as he hopped out. "There are people firing at us!"
"Tough!" came from somewhere under the car. — Karen Chance
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Bill Maher: It's amazing. TV used to give Americans the reverse fantasy: What if you, normal person, It's amazing. TV used to give Americans the reverse fantasy: What if you, normal person, suddenly became a millionaire? Now it's "Oh, who are we kidding? You consider yourself lucky to hold on to your job deep-frying chicken parts, but how'd you like to be briefly introduced to a millionaire? Would you like that? You can even touch his garments!" And people watch this shit and find it inspirational. — Bill Maher
How Lucky We Are Sayings By James Denton: We've all been around love enough to know how lucky we are. I've never seen We've all been around love enough to know how lucky we are. I've never seen anybody have a cross word on the set, and I'm there a lot. All the women just got brand-new trailers, so they're happy. — James Denton
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Mark T. Sullivan: You know, my young friend, I will be ninety years old next year, and life You know, my young friend, I will be ninety years old next year, and life is still a constant surprise to me. We never know what will happen next, what we will see, and what important person will come into our life, or what important person we will lose. Life is change, constant change, and unless we are lucky enough to find comedy in it, change is nearly always a drama, if not a tragedy. But after everything, and even when the skies turn scarlet and threatening, I still believe that if we are lucky enough to be alive, we must give thanks for the miracle of every moment of every day, no matter how flawed. — Mark T. Sullivan
How Lucky We Are Sayings By J.A. Konrath: As writers, we can do whatever we want to. We're only limited by our imaginations. As writers, we can do whatever we want to. We're only limited by our imaginations. What an amazing, incredible time to be alive. How lucky we all are. — J.A. Konrath
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Jennifer Ryan: I took a deep breath of the syrupy sweetness of summer, suffused with bees and I took a deep breath of the syrupy sweetness of summer, suffused with bees and birds, and I thought to myself how beautiful this world can be. How lucky we are to be here, to be part of it, for however long we have. — Jennifer Ryan
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Kid Rock: There's so many examples of just how lucky we are to be born anywhere in There's so many examples of just how lucky we are to be born anywhere in this world that is free. — Kid Rock
How Lucky We Are Sayings By David Bainbridge: Pregnancy is a uniquely intimate relationship between two people. All of us luxuriate in this Pregnancy is a uniquely intimate relationship between two people. All of us luxuriate in this relationship once, and half of us are lucky enough to be able to do it all over again a second time, from the other side as it were. Never again outside of pregnancy can we be so truly intwined with someone else, no matter how hard we try. — David Bainbridge
How Lucky We Are Sayings By James Toback: Use people whom you're excited by and who share your excitement ... The ideal collaboration Use people whom you're excited by and who share your excitement ... The ideal collaboration is one in which the actor and director are saying to each other, 'I can't believe how lucky we are to be making a movie together.' — James Toback
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Glenn Tipton: I think we all appreciate it now just how lucky we are to be in I think we all appreciate it now just how lucky we are to be in a band like Judas Priest. — Glenn Tipton
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Erma Bombeck: I never leaf through a copy of National Geographic without realizing how lucky we are I never leaf through a copy of National Geographic without realizing how lucky we are to live in a society where it is traditional to wear clothes. — Erma Bombeck
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Ida Cook: Then one woman looked directly at her husband. "Is our place gone?" "I'm afraid so, Then one woman looked directly at her husband. "Is our place gone?"
"I'm afraid so, girl," he said. "There isn't much left up there. But we're alive. We're all lucky to be alive. We'd have been dead if we'd stayed up above."
"Oh, what a mercy we didn't!" she exclaimed. "How lucky we are!"
Incredible though it sounds, within a few moments, a whole lot of people were congratulating each other on their extraordinary good fortune in only having lost all their worldy posessions. — Ida Cook
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Ashwin Sanghi: how we respond to opportunities and how the outcomes pan out determine whether we are how we respond to opportunities and how the outcomes pan out determine whether we are lucky or not. — Ashwin Sanghi
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Ally Condie: The earth reflects the sky and the sky meets the earth and, every now and The earth reflects the sky and the sky meets the earth and, every now and then, if we're lucky, we have a moment to see how small we are. Thank — Ally Condie
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Michael Tyler: And like flowers in the fields, that make wonderful views, when we stand side-by-side in And like flowers in the fields, that make wonderful views, when we stand side-by-side in our wonderful hues..
We all make a beauty so wonderfully true.
We are special and different, and just the same, too!
So whenever you look at your beautiful skin, from your wiggling toes to your giggling grin ...
Think how lucky you are that the skin you live in, so beautifully holds the "You" who's within. — Michael Tyler
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Felice Stevens: We've been given a second chance. Some people never even get a first. Do you We've been given a second chance. Some people never even get a first. Do you know how lucky we are? — Felice Stevens
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lin-Manuel Miranda: Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now. Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now. — Lin-Manuel Miranda
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Harold S. Kushner: Much of the time, we cannot control what happens to us. But we can always Much of the time, we cannot control what happens to us. But we can always control how we respond to what happens to us. If we cannot choose to be lucky, to be talented, to be loved, we can choose to be grateful, to be content with who we are and what we have, and to act accordingly. — Harold S. Kushner
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Nick Flynn: Here's a secret: Everyone, if they live long enough, will lose their way at some Here's a secret: Everyone, if they live long enough, will lose their way at some point. You will lose your way, you will wake up one morning and find yourself lost. This is a hard, simple truth. If it hasn't happened to you yet, consider yourself lucky. When it does, when one day you look around and nothing is recognizable, when you find yourself alone in a dark wood having lost the way, you may find it easier to blame it on someone else
an errant lover, a missing father, a bad childhood
or it may be easier to blame the map you were given
folded too many times, out-of-date, tiny print
but mostly, if you are honest, you will only be able to blame yourself.
One day I'll tell my daughter a story about a dark time, the dark days before she was born, and how her coming was a ray of light. We got lost for a while, the story will begin, but then we found our way. — Nick Flynn
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Amy Poehler: On the other hand, men are sometimes wildly inappropriate in the way they share with On the other hand, men are sometimes wildly inappropriate in the way they share with women. By a show of hands, how many of you have seen a strange penis on the street? On the subway? At a sleepover? I was once walking with my friend Keri in the middle of the day and some guy asked us for the time. When we looked down at our watches, his dick was in his hands. We giggled and screamed and ran away. We were probably ten. I have been really drunk in high school and had a guy try to fool around with me. I have been called a bitch and a lesbian when I rejected a guy in college. I have locked eyes with various subway masturbators. I have been mugged but not raped, pushed and spit on by someone I knew, and forced to pull over in a road-rage incident where a man stuck his head into my car and told me he was going to "cum in my face." And I count myself very lucky. That is what "very lucky" feels like. Oof. — Amy Poehler
How Lucky We Are Sayings By C.J. Butler: We live in a terrible world, "happiness" is defined by how lucky you are in We live in a terrible world, "happiness" is defined by how lucky you are in society, let me say this; out of life experiences spanning throughout my 19-20 years of my life, I learned that life is unfair, but ironically, every time I TRY to do something right, it gets spit back in my f###### face. In short, even though it may sound depressing or negative, in life, it is desperately not fair, nothing will be happy or normal and if something happens that you thought shouldn't or cant, it's going to happen anyway, the truth is the truth, and the truth hurts, deal with it, and sometimes nothing will ever get better from there ever again, deal with it. — C.J. Butler
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Olivia Newton-John: Live, love, knowing that we're all free Now that we are blessed in our country Live, love, knowing that we're all free Now that we are blessed in our country And realise how lucky we areOlivia Newton-John
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: We must often visit yesterday to see how lucky or unlucky we are today! We must often visit yesterday to see how lucky or unlucky we are today! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Lesley Boone: We are a country that prides itself on power and wealth, yet there are millions We are a country that prides itself on power and wealth, yet there are millions of children who go hungry every day. It is our responsibility, not only as a nation, but also as individuals, to get involved. So, next time you pass someone on the street who is in need, remember how lucky you are, and don't turn away. — Lesley Boone
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: Look at those clouds," said Jamie, gazing up at the sky. "Look at them." "Yes," Look at those clouds," said Jamie, gazing up at the sky. "Look at them."
"Yes," said Isabel. "They're very beautiful, aren't they? Clouds are very beautiful and yet so often we fail to appreciate them properly. We should do that. We should look at them and think about how lucky we are to have them."
"Look at the shape of the clouds," she said. "What do you see in those beautiful clouds, Jamie?"
"I see you," he said. — Alexander McCall Smith
How Lucky We Are Sayings By K. Webster: How were we so lucky? Two people lost in a world only to find solace How were we so lucky? Two people lost in a world only to find solace and companionship in someone just as fractured as they are. I think destiny has played a hand in our union. — K. Webster
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Antonio Lobo Antunes: Let me be very clear. For me geography does not exist! I strongly object to Let me be very clear. For me geography does not exist! I strongly object to the whole concept of "foreign literature"...and speaking of national identity: that is how dictatorships get started! In literature there is no periphery and no center; there are only writers. The problem is not geographic but rather numeric. In the 19th century there were at least thirty literary geniuses in Russia, Germany, France, England and the United States. Today we are lucky if there are five writers of that caliber in the whole world...Where does one find good literature today? Mostly in third world countries, because adversity, isolation, combat provide good working conditions. It is harder to be a good writer in a so-called "civilized" country, in the so-called "democracies. — Antonio Lobo Antunes
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Cindy McDonald: Aging is not an option, not for anyone. It is how gracefully we handle the Aging is not an option, not for anyone. It is how gracefully we handle the process and how lucky we are, as the process handles us. — Cindy McDonald
How Lucky We Are Sayings By John Green: Ultimately what I like about reading together is that we all make it happen together. Ultimately what I like about reading together is that we all make it happen together. Of course even amid shared experience we're still alone ... each reading of each book is unique. But what a comfort it is to share readings and experiences. How lucky we are when we get to be alone together. — John Green
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Nora Roberts: Ty, have you ever considered how lucky we are, you and I, that certain genes Ty, have you ever considered how lucky we are, you and I, that certain genes skipped a
generation? Don't close off," she said before he could draw away. "You're so like Eli."
She combed her fingers through his hair. She'd come to love the way she could tease out the reds.
"Tough guy," she said as she touched her lips to his cheek. "Solid as a rock. Don't let the weak space
between you and Eli cut at you. — Nora Roberts
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Julia Quinn: I may not like performing in musicales, but I love rehearsing with the three ofyou."Her I may not like performing in musicales, but I love rehearsing with the three of
you."
Her three cousins stared at her, momentarily nonplussed.
"Don't you realize how lucky we are?" Honoria said. And then,
when no one leapt to agree, she added, "To have each other?"
"Couldn't we have each other over a game of cards?" Iris suggested. — Julia Quinn
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Charles F. Glassman: Some of our problems may be frustrating, but when looked at closely, we realize how Some of our problems may be frustrating, but when looked at closely, we realize how lucky we are to have such problems. — Charles F. Glassman
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Renee Ahdieh: I've never been angry to have been born a woman. There have been times I've I've never been angry to have been born a woman. There have been times I've been angry at how the world treats us, but I see being a woman as a challenge I must fight. Like being born under a stormy sky. Some people are lucky enough to be born on a bright summer's day. Maybe we were born under clouds. No wind. No rain. Just a mountain of clouds we must climb each morning so that we may see the sun. — Renee Ahdieh
How Lucky We Are Sayings By H.W. Brands: Some months earlier one of his oldest friends, Junto charter member Hugh Roberts, had written Some months earlier one of his oldest friends, Junto charter member Hugh Roberts, had written with news of the club and how the political quarreling in Philadelphia had continued to divide the membership. Franklin expressed hope that the squabbles would not keep Roberts from the meetings. "'tis now perhaps one of the oldest clubs, as I think it was formerly one of the best, in the King's dominions; it wants but about two years of forty since it was established." Few men were so lucky as to belong to such a group. "We loved and still love one another; we are grown grey together and yet it is too early to part. Let us sit till the evening of life is spent; the last hours were always the most joyous. When we can stay no longer 'tis time enough then to bid each other good night, separate, and go quietly to bed." And — H.W. Brands
How Lucky We Are Sayings By Molly Gloss: Crazy Love is crazy good! Leslie What's brain is evidently crowded with strangeness, awfulness, wonderfulness, Crazy Love is crazy good! Leslie What's brain is evidently crowded with strangeness, awfulness, wonderfulness, wildness, madness of all kinds ... and love. Lots of love. How lucky we are that her imagination runs deep, runs true, runs onto the page in crazily beautiful stories
and lucky, so very lucky, to be holding those stories right now in our hands. — Molly Gloss