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78 I May Be Ugly But Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Linda Evangelista: I don't think age is an ugly process. I think age is a beautiful thing. I don't think age is an ugly process. I think age is a beautiful thing. I love wrinkles. I don't like falling down. If I just wrinkle, I may not touch. If I fall down, I'll lift up. — Linda Evangelista
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Michael Swanwick: Art should be beautiful, not ugly. It should be uplifting and redemptive. Art reassures us Art should be beautiful, not ugly. It should be uplifting and redemptive. Art reassures us that life is good and that, however bad things may look at the moment, everything works out for the best in the end. — Michael Swanwick
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Rachel Naomi Remen: Those who don't love themselves as they are rarely love life as it is either. Those who don't love themselves as they are rarely love life as it is either. Most people have come to prefer certain of life's experiences and deny and reject others, unaware of the value of the hidden things that may come wrapped in plain or even ugly paper. In avoiding all pain and seeking comfort at all cost, we may be left without intimacy or compassion; in rejecting change and risk we often cheat ourselves of the quest; in denying our suffering we may never know our strength or our greatness. Or even that the love we have been given can be trusted. It is natural, even instinctive to prefer comfort to pain, the familiar to the unknown. But sometimes our instincts are not wise. Life usually offers us far more than our biases and preferences will allow us to have. Beyond comfort lie grace, mystery, and adventure. We may need to let go of our beliefs and ideas about life in order to have life. — Rachel Naomi Remen
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Laurell K. Hamilton: No matter how careful you are, you can end up pregnant. That's what sex is No matter how careful you are, you can end up pregnant. That's what sex is designed to do, after all. So, never sleep with someone who's mean or stupid, and ugly is a judgment call, because all three may breed true. — Laurell K. Hamilton
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Ramakrishna: Men are like pillow-cases. The colour of one may be red, that of another blue, Men are like pillow-cases. The colour of one may be red, that of another blue, and that of the third black; but all contain the same cotton within. So it is with man; one is beautiful, another is ugly, a third holy , and a fourth wicked; but the Divine Being dwells in them all — Ramakrishna
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Maxine Hong Kingston: I may be ugly and clumsy, but one thing I'm not, I'm not retarded. I may be ugly and clumsy, but one thing I'm not, I'm not retarded. — Maxine Hong Kingston
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Maxine Hong Kingston: I'm going away anyway. I am. Do you hear me? I may be ugly and I'm going away anyway. I am. Do you hear me? I may be ugly and clumsy, but one thing I am not, I'm not retarded. I may be ugly and clumsy, but one thing I am not, I'm not retarded. There's nothing wrong with my brain. Do you know what the Teacher Ghosts say about me? They tell me I'm smart, and I can win scholarships. I can get into colleges. I've already applied. I'm smart. I can do all sorts of things. I know how to get A's, and they say I could be a scientist or a mathematician if I want. I can make a living and take care of myself. So you don't have to find me a keeper who's too dumb to know a bad bargain. I'm so smart, if they say write ten pages, I can write fifteen. I can do ghost things even better than ghosts can. Not everyone thinks I'm nothing. I am not going to be a slave or a wife. Even if I am stupid and talk funny amd get sick, I won't let you turn me into a slave or a wife. I'm getting out of here. I can't stand living here anyore. It's your fault I talk weird. — Maxine Hong Kingston
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By F.K. Preston: I am a deeply uncertain individual. I often find myself acting like a fool to I am a deeply uncertain individual. I often find myself acting like a fool to make the people around me laugh. When they're laughing, they're not watching me quite as closely. I smile to put people at ease. But what if I opened my mouth one day, spoke my actual thoughts, and the people glared at my opinions? What if they thought me disgusting or frightening or ugly because of my words? Would you keep your lips shut for the rest of your life to not face that judgment? Just for the sake of someone else's comfort? For these strangers, who I will never know? If I can't speak then I'll write. These strangers, whose opinions crush me, will be forced to listen. Because when they read my words those words will make a home within their heads. They may even end up using my own opinions against me. But at least I'll be hidden behind the pages of a book. — F.K. Preston
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Q-Tip: I think I have great responsibility, and when I do my music, when I try I think I have great responsibility, and when I do my music, when I try to relate to my audience, I just try to do it in an honest fashion, you know, just try to be as earnest as possible and sometime it may be self-effacing. Sometimes it may be finger-pointing. Sometimes it may be beautiful, and sometime it may be ugly. — Q-Tip
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Clive Barker: Your kind has a superstitious terror of things ugly and broken; you fear that their Your kind has a superstitious terror of things ugly and broken; you fear that their condition may somehow infect you. — Clive Barker
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By John Constable: I never saw an ugly thing in my life: for let the form of an I never saw an ugly thing in my life: for let the form of an object be what it may, - light, shade, and perspective will always make it beautiful. — John Constable
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Peter Scazzero: Lord, help me to be still before you. Lead me to a greater vision of Lord, help me to be still before you. Lead me to a greater vision of who you are, and in so doing, may I see myself - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Grant me the courage to follow you, to be faithful to become the unique person you have created me to be. I ask you for the Holy Spirit's power to not copy another person's life or journey. "God, submerge me in the darkness of your love, that the consciousness of my false, everyday self falls away from [me] like a soiled garment. . . . May my 'deep self' fall into your presence. . . . knowing you alone . . . carried away into eternity like a dead leaf in the November wind."24 In Jesus' name, amen. — Peter Scazzero
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: And your doubt may become a good quality if you train it. It must become And your doubt may become a good quality if you train it. It must become knowing, it must become critical. Ask it, whenever it wants to spoil something for you, why something is ugly, demand proofs from it, test it, and you will find it perplexed and embarrassed perhaps, or perhaps rebellious. But don't give in, insist on arguments and act this way, watchful and consistent, every single time, and the day will arrive when from a destroyer it will become one of your best workers
perhaps the cleverest of all that are building at your life. — Rainer Maria Rilke
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Those nearest to our nearest may not happen to be the people who would have Those nearest to our nearest may not happen to be the people who would have been our chief chosen friends, but they must be our friends; or memories are wounded and life made very ugly. — G.K. Chesterton
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Christian Louboutin: There are few plants that are ugly. It's how you use them that may not There are few plants that are ugly. It's how you use them that may not be pretty. — Christian Louboutin
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Rajneesh: You have not looked at the poor woman for years, for the simple reason that You have not looked at the poor woman for years, for the simple reason that marriage makes things so certain. Marriage makes things so dead and dull. Marriage takes all surprise and wonder away. Marriage makes you take your wife for granted, your husband for granted. What is the need to look at your wife? She will be there tomorrow and the day after tomorrow and forever. You look at people when you know you may not be able to look at them again. Marriage kills; it makes something tremendously beautiful very ugly. — Rajneesh
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Julie Anne Peters: I may be fat and ugly, but I'm not stupid. If anyone had ever gotten I may be fat and ugly, but I'm not stupid. If anyone had ever gotten past my looks, they might've noticed I have a brain. — Julie Anne Peters
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I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Slavoj Zizek: What is the Absolute? Something that appears to us in fleeting experiencessay, through the gentle What is the Absolute? Something that appears to us in fleeting experiences
say, through the gentle smile of a beautiful woman, or even through the warm caring smile of a person who may otherwise seem ugly and rude. In such miraculous but extremely fragile moments, another dimension transpires through our reality. As such, the Absolute is easily corroded;it slips all too easily through our fingers and must be handled as carefully as a butterfly — Slavoj Zizek
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Joseph Mitchell: It is perhaps an ugly comment on the American press, but the function of the It is perhaps an ugly comment on the American press, but the function of the interviewer on most newspapers is to entertain, not to shed light. . . . An interviewer soon begins to judge public figures on the basis of their entertainment value, overlooking their true importance. It is not easy to get an interview with Professor Franz Boas, the greatest anthropologist in the world, across a city desk, but a mild interview with Oom the Omnipotent will hit the bottom of page one under a two-column head. . . . It is safe to write accurately only about the nuts and bums. When a public figure does something ridiculous reporters may then write about him accurately. — Joseph Mitchell
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Ann Voskamp: God is always good and we are always loved ... even when what He gives God is always good and we are always loved ... even when what He gives may appear ugly. — Ann Voskamp
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Man may behold what ugliness he likes if he is sure that he will not Man may behold what ugliness he likes if he is sure that he will not worship it; but there are some so weak that they will worship a thing only because it is ugly. These must be chained to the beautiful. It is not always wrong even to go, like Dante, to the brink of the lowest promontory and look down at hell. It is when you look up at hell that a serious miscalculation has probably been made. — G.K. Chesterton
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Albrecht Durer: Nature holds the beautiful, for the artist who has the insight to extract it. Thus, Nature holds the beautiful, for the artist who has the insight to extract it. Thus, beauty lies even in humble, perhaps ugly things, and the ideal, which bypasses or improves on nature, may not be truly beautiful in the end. — Albrecht Durer
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Erin Gloria Ryan: You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance - as opposed You may not agree with a woman, but to criticize her appearance - as opposed to her ideas or actions - isn't doing anyone any favors, least of all you. Insulting a woman's looks when they have nothing to do with the issue at hand implies a lack of comprehension on your part, an inability to engage in high-level thinking. You may think she's ugly, but everyone else thinks you're an idiot. — Erin Gloria Ryan
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Les Martin: With his bare hands Mulder dug at the loose earth. After a minute, he said, With his bare hands Mulder dug at the loose earth. After a minute, he said, 'I've go it. I just have to pull it out and-'
He got no further.
He and Scully were blinded by a high power flashlight.
When their vision cleared, they saw the sheriff looming over them, brandishing an ugly-looking .45.
'May I ask what you're doing?' he growled.
Mulder held up what he had found in the earth: a piece of raw potato.
'Exhuming your potato,' was all he could say. — Les Martin
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Osho: The reflection that you will find in the other of your own self may be The reflection that you will find in the other of your own self may be ugly - that is the anxiety; avoid the mirror! But by avoiding the mirror you are not going to become beautiful. By avoiding the situation you are not going to grow, either. The challenge has to be taken. — Osho
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Lillian Hellman: If you are willing to take the punishment, you're halfway through the battle. That the If you are willing to take the punishment, you're halfway through the battle. That the issues may be trivial, the battle ugly, is another point. — Lillian Hellman
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By John Vanbrugh: You may build castles in the air, and fume, and fret, and grow thin and You may build castles in the air, and fume, and fret, and grow thin and lean, and pale and ugly, if you please. But I tell you, no man worth having is true to his wife, or can be true to his wife, or ever was, or will be so. — John Vanbrugh
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By L. Frank Baum: Suppose we try kindness," suggested the Tin Woodman. "I've heard that anyone can be conquered Suppose we try kindness," suggested the Tin Woodman. "I've heard that anyone can be conquered with kindness, no matter how ugly they may be." At — L. Frank Baum
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Aldous Huxley: All right then," said the savage defiantly, I'm claiming the right to be unhappy.""Not to All right then," said the savage defiantly, I'm claiming the right to be unhappy."
"Not to mention the right to grow old and ugly and impotent; the right to have syphilis and cancer; the right to have too little to eat, the right to be lousy; the right to live in constant apprehension of what may happen tomorrow; the right to catch typhoid; the right to be tortured by unspeakable pains of every kind."
There was a long silence.
"I claim them all," said the Savage at last. — Aldous Huxley
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Mandy Fender: Become broken in your flesh so that your spirit may receive the true love that Become broken in your flesh so that your spirit may receive the true love that was always meant to be in your life. His love will heal the ugly, bitter, painful brokenness and replace it with the beauty of real love. — Mandy Fender
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Victor Hugo: It may be remarked in passing that success is an ugly thing. Men are deceived It may be remarked in passing that success is an ugly thing. Men are deceived by its false resemblances to merit. To the crowd, success wears almost the features of true mastery, and the greatest dupe of this counterfeit talent is History. — Victor Hugo
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Jeff VanderMeer: If I were you, I would never tell ugly stories about ingenious ways of killing If I were you, I would never tell ugly stories about ingenious ways of killing people, for you never can tell but that someone at the table may be tired of his or her nearest and dearest. — Jeff VanderMeer
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Jamais Cascio: But here's the ugly truth: nature doesn't care about democracy, or who's right, or what's But here's the ugly truth: nature doesn't care about democracy, or who's right, or what's fair. And because of the slow-change aspect of climate, we can't wait until the worst effects are upon us to make a decision
by then, it would be far, far too late. The scenario we may be faced with is one where doing something for the wrong reasons, run by the wrong people, may still save more lives than holding out for a more appealing option. — Jamais Cascio
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Kim Edwards: There was in the mountains, and perhaps in the world at large, a theory of There was in the mountains, and perhaps in the world at large, a theory of compensation that held that for everything given something else was immediately and visibly lost. "Well, you've got the smarts even if your cousin did get the looks." Compliments, seductive as flowers, thorny with their opposites: "Yes, you may be smart but you sure are ugly; You may look nice but you didn't get a brain." Compensation; balance in the universe. — Kim Edwards
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Louisa May Alcott: I shall have to toil and moil all my days, with only little bits of I shall have to toil and moil all my days, with only little bits of fun now and then, and get old and ugly and sour, because I'm poor, and can't enjoy my life as other girls do. It's a shame! — Louisa May Alcott
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Erma Bombeck: I learned the importance of a man's chair early in life. I learned that he I learned the importance of a man's chair early in life. I learned that he may love several wives, embrace several cars, be true to more than one political philosophy, and be equally committed to several careers, but he will have only one comfortable chair in his life. I learned it will be an ugly chair. It will match nothing in the entire house. It will never wear out. — Erma Bombeck
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Edmund Burke: Though ugliness be the opposite of beauty, it is not the opposite to proportion and Though ugliness be the opposite of beauty, it is not the opposite to proportion and fitness; for it is possible that a thing may be very ugly with any proportions, and with a perfect fitness for any use. — Edmund Burke
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Hans Christian Andersen: Oh," said the mother, "that is not a turkey. How well he uses his legs, Oh," said the mother, "that is not a turkey. How well he uses his legs, and how upright he holds himself! He is my own child, and he is not so very ugly after all if you look at him properly. Quack, quack! Come with me now. I will take you into grand society, and introduce you to the farmyard, but you must keep close to me or you may be trodden upon. And, above all, beware of the cat." When they reached the farmyard, — Hans Christian Andersen
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Beth Moore: JULY 29 Yes, LORD, we wait for You in the path of Your judgments. Our JULY 29 Yes, LORD, we wait for You in the path of Your judgments. Our desire is for Your name and renown. Isaiah 26:8 Time can test almost anything and un-doubtedly anyone. Sometimes when we obey God and go where we believe He is sending us, we're not altogether certain what we expected, but after a while we ascertain, "This certainly can't be it." In fact, obeying God can initially seem to get us into a bigger mess than we left. It can make you think, "I must be an alien here." But actually, that may be your first indication you're in the right place. We can be in the bull's-eye of God's will for our lives even when things make utterly no sense. Sometimes we just to wait on that ugly, five-letter word: "later. — Beth Moore
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: You pass by a little child, you pass by, spiteful, with ugly words, with wrathful You pass by a little child, you pass by, spiteful, with ugly words, with wrathful heart; you may not have noticed the child, but he has seen you, and your image, unseemly and ignoble, may remain in his defenseless heart. You don't know it, but you may have sown an evil seed in him and it may grow, and all because you were not careful before the child, because you did not foster in yourself a careful, actively benevolent love. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Spencer W. Kimball: Homosexuality is an ugly sin, repugnant to those who find no temptation in it, as Homosexuality is an ugly sin, repugnant to those who find no temptation in it, as well as to many past offenders who are seeking a way out of its clutches. It is embarrassing and unpleasant as a subject for discussion but because of its prevalence, the need to warn the uninitiated, and the desire to help those who may already be involved in it, it is discussed in this chapter. — Spencer W. Kimball
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Gertrude Jekyll: There is no spot of ground, however arid, bare or ugly, that cannot be tamed There is no spot of ground, however arid, bare or ugly, that cannot be tamed into such a state as may give an impression of beauty and delight. — Gertrude Jekyll
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Betts Keating: Again, I stuffed down the grief and opened the door wide to denial. I may Again, I stuffed down the grief and opened the door wide to denial. I may have looked okay on the outside, but inside I was an ugly hot mess. — Betts Keating
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Kathryn Schulz: Your own regrets may not be as ugly as you think they are. Your own regrets may not be as ugly as you think they are. — Kathryn Schulz
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By T. B. Joshua: There is no one ugly, deep, dark, powerful or evil enough to stop God from There is no one ugly, deep, dark, powerful or evil enough to stop God from loving you. Nothing anyone can ever do to you can sever your connection to God. Nothing you could ever do can dam the unstoppable love of God for you. His love for you is undeniable, unrelenting and unconditional. You may ignore God, ridicule Him and reject Him but His love for you will remain constant and unchanging. — T. B. Joshua
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Jeff Hutchins: Sometimes people who look different from you are scary. Maybe they are ugly. Maybe they Sometimes people who look different from you are scary. Maybe they are ugly. Maybe they are loud. Maybe they
are big. Maybe they are green. Maybe they are all those things. But you should not be afraid of them just because of how they look. You may find they are nice to you if you are
nice to them. — Jeff Hutchins
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Nikki Sex: Strange how mean words can return to ones thoughts, years after they've been callously thrown Strange how mean words can return to ones thoughts, years after they've been callously thrown at you. They replay in your mind, spiking a sense of remembered pain. Nasty name calling can be an ugly memory that stabs unexpectedly - not unlike a nightmare where you wake up crying.
Sticks and stones, may break your bones - yet, cruel names can hurt you. — Nikki Sex
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Tom Robbins: The ugly may be beautiful, the pretty never. The ugly may be beautiful, the pretty never. — Tom Robbins
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Edward Albee: But the landlady is a fat, ugly, mean, stupid, unwashed, misanthropic, cheap, drunken bag of But the landlady is a fat, ugly, mean, stupid, unwashed, misanthropic, cheap, drunken bag of garbage. And you may have noticed that I very seldom use profanity, so I can't describe her as well as I might. — Edward Albee
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Joan Rivers: I wear the midi because I feel if you're going to look ugly, you may I wear the midi because I feel if you're going to look ugly, you may as well look this year's ugly. — Joan Rivers
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Adriana Koulias: The world may indeed be evil and ugly, I thought defiantly, it may be soiled The world may indeed be evil and ugly, I thought defiantly, it may be soiled with sin, but I also knew that when a man lifts his soul up to the vaults of heaven, reaching seraphic heights with the power of his voice, he becomes an eagle soaring, an instrument of the Holy Ghost — Adriana Koulias
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By George Orwell: As to 'onto'. I know this is an ugly word, but I consider it to As to 'onto'. I know this is an ugly word, but I consider it to be necessary in certain contexts. If you say 'the cat jumped on the table' you may mean that the cat, already on the table, jumped up and down there. On the other hand, 'on to' (two words) means something different, as in 'we stopped at Barnet and then drove on to Hatfield'. In some contexts, therefore, one needs 'onto'. Fowler, if I remember rightly, doesn't altogether condemn it. — George Orwell
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Erasmus: For what is more foolish than for a man to study nothing else than how For what is more foolish than for a man to study nothing else than how to please himself? To make himself the object of his own admiration? And yet, what is there that is either delightful or taking, nay rather what not the contrary, that a man does against the hair? Take away this salt of life, and the orator may even sit still with his action, the musician with all his division will be able to please no man, the player be hissed off the stage, the poet and all his Muses ridiculous, the painter with his art contemptible, and the physician with all his slip-slops go a-begging. Lastly, you will be taken for an ugly fellow instead of youthful, and a beast instead of a wise man, a child instead of eloquent, and instead of a well-bred man, a clown. So necessary a thing it is that everyone flatter himself and commend himself to himself before he can be commended by others. — Erasmus
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Matshona Dhliwayo: The world may see you as an ugly duckling, but God sees you as a The world may see you as an ugly duckling, but God sees you as a magnificent swan. — Matshona Dhliwayo
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Anatole France: Ugly women may be naturally quite as capricious as pretty ones; but as they are Ugly women may be naturally quite as capricious as pretty ones; but as they are never petted and spoiled, and as no allowances are made for them, they soon find themselves obliged either to suppress their whims or to hide them. — Anatole France
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: She may have a weight problem but you have an ugly problem. She may have a weight problem but you have an ugly problem. — Donna Lynn Hope
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Redd Foxx: Beauty may be skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone. Beauty may be skin deep, but ugly goes clear to the bone. — Redd Foxx
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Emily Eden: People may go on talking for ever of the jealousies of pretty women; but for People may go on talking for ever of the jealousies of pretty women; but for real genuine, hard-working envy, there is nothing like an ugly woman with a taste for admiration. — Emily Eden
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Beauty has laws, and an appreciation of them is not possessed equally by all. The Beauty has laws, and an appreciation of them is not possessed equally by all. The more primitive and ignorant a race, or class, the less it knows of true beauty. The Indian basket-maker wove beautiful things but they did not know it; give them the cheap and ugly productions of our greedy "market" and they like them better. They may unconsciously produce beauty, but they do not consciously select it. — Charlotte Perkins Gilman
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Evelyn Waugh: I can quite understand that many people may be depressed by the spectacle of naked I can quite understand that many people may be depressed by the spectacle of naked humanity. Personally I cannot see that an ugly body is any more offensive than an ugly dress. — Evelyn Waugh
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Muriel Barbery: I may know that the world is an ugly place, I still don't want to I may know that the world is an ugly place, I still don't want to see it. — Muriel Barbery
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Julius Lester: If I canot know your name, may I light a lamp so I can see If I canot know your name, may I light a lamp so I can see your face?'
If you sould ever see my face, you will lose me forever.'
Why?' Psyche wanted to know. 'Are you ugly? Are you afraid I won't love you if I see your face?'
Perhaps I am afraid that if you see my face, it will be THAT that you will love and not me.'
I understand, believe me. I know what that feels like. — Julius Lester
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Benjamin Franklin: Virtue may not always make a Face handsome, but Vice will certainly make it ugly. Virtue may not always make a Face handsome, but Vice will certainly make it ugly. — Benjamin Franklin
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Opinions mean nothing; they may be beautiful or ugly, clever or foolish, anyone can embrace Opinions mean nothing; they may be beautiful or ugly, clever or foolish, anyone can embrace or reject them. — Hermann Hesse
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Haven't you ever heard that modesty is an attractive trait?""Only from ugly people," Jace confided. Haven't you ever heard that modesty is an attractive trait?"
"Only from ugly people," Jace confided. "The meek may inherit the earth, but at the moment it belongs to the conceited. Like me." He winked at the girls, who giggled and hid behind their hair. — Cassandra Clare
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Mary Astor: I admire nudity and I like sex, and so did a lot of people in I admire nudity and I like sex, and so did a lot of people in the Thirties. But, to me, overexposure blunts the fun ... Sex as something beautiful may soon disappear. Once it was a knife so finely honed the edge was invisible until it was touched and then it cut deep. Now it is so blunt that it merely bruises and leaves ugly marks. Nudity is fine in the privacy of my own bedroom with the appropriate partner. Or for a model in life class at art school. Or as portrayed in stone and paint. But I don't like it used as a joke or to titillate. Or be so bloody frank about. — Mary Astor
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Alija Izetbegovic: I believe that the people, instead of pretty lies, should be told the truth, no I believe that the people, instead of pretty lies, should be told the truth, no matter how ugly it may be. What can we do, destiny hasn't been kind to us; but, with the help of God, we will prevail. — Alija Izetbegovic
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Kealan Patrick Burke: Horror itself is a bit of a bullied genre, the antagonist being literary snobbery and Horror itself is a bit of a bullied genre, the antagonist being literary snobbery and public misconception. And I think good horror tackles our darkest fears, whatever they may be. It takes us into the minds of the victims, explores the threats, disseminates fear, studies how it changes us. It pulls back the curtain on the ugly underbelly of society, tears away the masks the monsters wear out in the world, shows us the potential truth of the human condition. Horror is truth, unflinching and honest. Not everybody wants to see that, but good horror ensures that it's there to be seen. — Kealan Patrick Burke
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By J.M. Darhower: But love is anything but rational. Love is ugly, and messy. Love makes no fucking But love is anything but rational. Love is ugly, and messy. Love makes no fucking sense. And I love him, as impossible as that may be. — J.M. Darhower
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Winston Churchill: I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you I may be drunk, Miss, but in the morning I will be sober and you will still be ugly. — Winston Churchill
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Brian McGreevy: I am ugly, Uncle. There is no other way to put it. But that does I am ugly, Uncle. There is no other way to put it. But that does not mean I am without pride, without
joy, without the same entitlement to feel deserving of love from those not obligated by blood to give
it. I may be ugly, but I can hardly imagine a reason to act like it. — Brian McGreevy
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Alice Walker: I'm pore, I'm black, I may be ugly and can't cook, a voice say to I'm pore, I'm black, I may be ugly and can't cook, a voice say to everything listening. But I'm here. — Alice Walker
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra: Remember that there are two kinds of beauty: one of the soul and the other Remember that there are two kinds of beauty: one of the soul and the other of the body. That of the soul displays its radiance in intelligence, in chastity, in good conduct, in generosity, and in good breeding, and all these qualities may exist in an ugly man. And when we focus our attention upon that beauty, not upon the physical, love generally arises with great violence and intensity. I am well aware that I am not handsome, but I also know that I am not deformed, and it is enough for a man of worth not to be a monster for him to be dearly loved, provided he has those spiritual endowments I have spoken of. — Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Bill Bryson: At the foot of the mountain, the park ended and suddenly all was squalor again. At the foot of the mountain, the park ended and suddenly all was squalor again. I was once more struck by this strange compartmentalization that goes on in America
a belief that no commercial activities must be allowed inside the park, but permitting unrestrained development outside, even though the landscape there may be just as outstanding. America has never quite grasped that you can live in a place without making it ugly, that beauty doesn't have to be confined behind fences, as if a national park were a sort of zoo for nature. — Bill Bryson
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By M.C. Escher: To tell you the truth, I am rather perplexed by the concept of 'art'. What To tell you the truth, I am rather perplexed by the concept of 'art'. What one person considers to be 'art' is often not 'art' to another. 'Beautiful' and 'ugly' are old-fashioned concepts that are seldom applied these days; perhaps justifiably, who knows? Something repulsive, which gives you a moral hangover, and hurts your ears or eyes, may well be art. Only 'kitsch' is not art - we're all agreed about that. Indeed, but what is 'kitsch'? If only I knew! — M.C. Escher
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Georgette Heyer: *You* may call [Charis] angelic to be for ever trying to please everyone, and being *You* may call [Charis] angelic to be for ever trying to please everyone, and being sorry for those she *can't* please, but I don't! Addle-brained is what *I* call it!'
'Oh, no!' uttered Charis imploringly.
'Oh, yes!' he retorted. 'Told you so before! If you don't take care, Charis, you'll end by being sorry for yourself! All for the want of a little resolution! What if Mrs Dauntry and Frederica don't like it [a marriage between you and Endymion]? They'll come round! And you needn't look at me as ugly as bull-beef, Endymion, because I'll say what I choose to my own sister! — Georgette Heyer
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Rajneesh: A boyfriend or a girlfriend may be fun, but cannot become a door to the A boyfriend or a girlfriend may be fun, but cannot become a door to the deepest that is hidden in each and everyone. With a girlfriend you can be sexually related, but love cannot grow. Love needs deep roots. Sexuality is possible on the surface, but sexuality is just animal, biological. It can be beautiful if it is part of a deeper love, but if it is not part of a deeper love it is the most ugly thing possible; the ugliest, because then there is no communion - you simply touch each other and separate. Only bodies meet, but not you - not I, not thou. This has happened in all relationships. — Rajneesh
I May Be Ugly But Sayings By Zelda Gin: (fairy tale).i wanna tell you a joke but it will be like the frog finds (fairy tale).
i wanna tell you a joke
but it will be like the frog finds the princess
says she's not enough
then jumps out of window
i wanna show you
a bit of snow on fingertips
so it will speak why the beauty is not for the ugly
and dwarves cannot run after white horse
i wanna tell you
how much a kiss costs
that sways both lives away
so that you may
remain us.
but you see, fairy tales start with curses
and so do we. — Zelda Gin