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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Dan Wells: Hello, Bradley,' said Mom. She'd regained her composure after my outburst, and now raised her Hello, Bradley,' said Mom. She'd regained her composure after my outburst, and now raised her camera. 'Stand close.'
'No, Mom,' I said. 'No pictures.'
'But you're friend's here now,' she said, waving us together. 'Smile!'
'I don't need a picture with-' the flash snapped '-another guy. That's great, Mom, thank you. Send that one to Dad and tell him we're going steady. — Dan Wells
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Nick Harkaway: This is the gift of focus, or wilful denial, and it is something boys are This is the gift of focus, or wilful denial, and it is something boys are particularly good at. Girls - at least where I grew up - tend to be more emotionally balanced and sane, and therefore find the kind of all-excluding concentration you need to care about dinosaurs, taxonomy, philately and geopolitical schemes a bit worrying and sad. Girls can grasp the bigger picture (i.e., it might be better not to destroy the world over this), where boys have a perfect grip on the fine print (i.e., this insidious idea is antithetical to our existence and cannot be allowed to flourish alongside our peace-loving, free society). Note carefully how it is probably better to let the girls deal with weapons of mass destruction. — Nick Harkaway
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Wendy Mass: We'll never have a true picture of reality; it just doesn't exist. But I'm real, We'll never have a true picture of reality; it just doesn't exist. But I'm real, and you're real, and those fiery balls of gas up there are real, and right now that's all I need to know. — Wendy Mass
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Joan Didion: Adoption, I was to learn although not immediately, is hard to get right.As a concept, Adoption, I was to learn although not immediately, is hard to get right.
As a concept, even what was then its most widely approved narrative carried bad news: if someone "chose" you, what does that tell you?
Doesn't it tell you that you were available to be "chosen"?
Doesn't it tell you, in the end, that there are only two people in the world?
The ones who "chose" you?
And the other who didn't?
Are we beginning to see how the word "abandonment" might enter the picture? Might we not make efforts to avoid such abandonment? Might not such efforts be characterized as "frantic"? Do we want to ask ourselves what follows? Do we need to ask ourselves what words come next to mind? Isn't one of those words "fear"? Isn't another of those words "anxiety"? — Joan Didion
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Seamus Heaney: Archibald MacLeish affirmed that 'A poem should be equal to / not true'. As a Archibald MacLeish affirmed that 'A poem should be equal to / not true'. As a defiant statement of poetry's gift for telling truth but telling it slant, this is both cogent and corrective. Yet there are times when a deeper need enters, when we want the poem to be not only pleasurably right but compellingly wise, not only a surprising variation played upon the world, but a retuning of the world itself. We want the surprise to be transitive, like the impatient thump which unexpectedly restores the picture to the television set, or the electric shock which sets the fibrillating heart back to its proper rhythm. We want what the woman wanted in the prison queue in Leningrad, standing there blue with cold and whispering for fear, enduring the terror of Stalin's regime and asking the poet Anna Akhmatova if she could describe it all, if her art could be equal to it. — Seamus Heaney
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Jen Kirkman: I have a stand-up routine I do about masturbation and the unwanted thoughts that go I have a stand-up routine I do about masturbation and the unwanted thoughts that go through women's heads when they put their hands under their sheets. I need a story to think about. I need a fantasy that makes sense. I can't just finger myself and picture Johnny Depp's face. It needs a sense of realism, like how did I meet Johnny Depp? He lives in France. I don't have a work visa. Besides, he has children and I've made it quite clear that I don't want to be a mom and I don't want to be stepmom either. — Jen Kirkman
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Ludwig Wittgenstein: We regard the photograph, the picture on our wall, as the object itself (the man, We regard the photograph, the picture on our wall, as the object itself (the man, landscape, and so on) depicted there. This need not have been so. We could easily imagine people who did not have this relation to such pictures. Who, for example, would be repelled by photographs, because a face without color and even perhaps a face in reduced proportions struck them as inhuman. — Ludwig Wittgenstein
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Walt Disney: Disneyland is something that will never be finished. It's something that I can keep developing. Disneyland is something that will never be finished. It's something that I can keep developing. It will be a live, breathing thing that will need change. A picture is a thing, once you wrap it up and turn it over to Technicolor, you're through. Snow White is a dead issue with me. But I can change the park, because it's alive. — Walt Disney
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Gregory Crewdson: I think my pictures are really about a kind of tension between my need to I think my pictures are really about a kind of tension between my need to make a perfect picture and the impossibility of doing so. Something always fails, there's always a problem, and photography fails in a certain sense ... This is what drives you to the next picture. — Gregory Crewdson
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Julie Lawson Timmer: Scott's friends on the forum didn't know his big picture. They read a phrase like Scott's friends on the forum didn't know his big picture. They read a phrase like "It's going to kill me to live without him" for its precise meaning, and nothing else. They didn't read more than those nine words into the message. They didn't take offense, didn't try to talk him out of it. Didn't resent it for its presumed relativity.

"Of course it is," they said. And it was the same way they'd responded to every other thing he'd told them about himself: his thoughts on parenting, on marriage and sex, on education and race. They read what he wrote, and only what he wrote, and they responded. Not always in agreement - he'd had plenty of heated discussions over the past year on this issue or that. But he didn't need yes-men any more than he needed someone to read twenty-one extra words into the nine he'd written. — Julie Lawson Timmer
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Simone Elkeles: After we've been dancing awhile and need a breather, we walk off the dance floor. After we've been dancing awhile and need a breather, we walk off the dance floor. I whip out my cell and say, "Pose for me."
The first picture I take is of him trying to pose like a cool bad boy. It makes me laugh. I take another one before he can strike a pose this time.
"Let's take one of the both of us," he says, pulling me close. I press my cheek against his while he takes my cell and puts it as far away as he can reach, then freezes this perfect moment with a click. After the picture is taken, he pulls me into his arms and kisses me. — Simone Elkeles
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: We need to analyze our picture of the world We need to analyze our picture of the world — Sunday Adelaja
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Brian Malloy: I met them in Minneapolis when the Society hosted a brunch for this year's winners I met them in Minneapolis when the Society hosted a brunch for this year's winners and gave us these oversized checks they had us pose with. The picture made the front page of the Le Sueur News Herald.
It was really embarrassing because I'm smiling with my eyes shut.
And if that wasn't bad enough, Russ made a huge copy of the photo, replacing the background with a highway scene and the check I was holding with a sign that said NEED RIDE TO STAR TREK CONVENTION. — Brian Malloy
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Kendare Blake: She clears her throat and does her best to start, laying out the technical specs She clears her throat and does her best to start, laying out the technical specs of last year's party: who was there; what they were doing; why they came with this or that person. I guess she wants me to have a full and realistic picture. Some people need that, I suppose. Personally, I'm the type who likes to fill in the blanks and make it my own. It's probably better that way than it really was. — Kendare Blake
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Kendall Ryan: You may not have been who I picture myself with, but you're exactly what I You may not have been who I picture myself with, but you're exactly what I need- someone I can let loose and be myself with. — Kendall Ryan
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: Jennifer Aniston and Her New Man'" I read the words aloud uncertainly. "What new man? Jennifer Aniston and Her New Man'" I read the words aloud uncertainly. "What new man? Why would she need a new man?"
"Oh yes." Nicole follows my gaze, unconcerned. "You know she split up from Brad Pitt?"
"Jennifer and Brad split?" I stare up at her, aghast. "You can't be serious! They can't have done!"
"He went off with Angelina Jolie. They've got a daughter."
"No!" I wail. "But Jen and Brad were so perfect together! They looked so good and they had that lovely wedding picture and everything ... "
"They're divorced now." Nicole shrugs, like it's no big deal.
I can't get over this. Jennifer and Brad divorced. The world is a different place. — Sophie Kinsella
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I Need You Now Picture Sayings By David Beckham: My new tattoo is Jesus being carried by three cherubs. Obviously the cherubs are my My new tattoo is Jesus being carried by three cherubs. Obviously the cherubs are my boys. At some point they are going to need to look after me. That's what they're doing in the picture. It means a lot. — David Beckham
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Man Ray: A camera alone does not make a picture. To make a picture you need a A camera alone does not make a picture. To make a picture you need a camera, a photographer and above all a subject. It is the subject that determines the interest of the photograph. — Man Ray
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Kajol: I wouldn't do a film like 'The Dirty Picture.' I have a husband and kids, I wouldn't do a film like 'The Dirty Picture.' I have a husband and kids, and I won't be able to do justice to such a role. You need a certain mentality and ease to carry such a character. — Kajol
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Eve Bunting: You need a theme in a picture book just as much or maybe even more You need a theme in a picture book just as much or maybe even more than you need it in a novel. — Eve Bunting
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Jack Kornfield: Picture or imagine that this earth is filled with Buddhas, that every single being you Picture or imagine that this earth is filled with Buddhas, that every single being you encounter is enlightened, except one - yourself! Imagine that they are all here to teach you. Whoever you encounter is acting as they do solely for your benefit, to provide just the teachings and difficulties you need in order to awaken. Sense what lessons they offer to you. Inwardly thank them for this. Throughout a day or a week continue to develop the image of enlightened teachers all around you. Notice how it changes your whole perspective on life. — Jack Kornfield
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Vince Antonucci: What we want to do in this moment is rarely what's best for us. We What we want to do in this moment is rarely what's best for us. We need to take a longer view of life and to realize that to become someone worth becoming, I probably need to be doing things I don't want to be doing. — Vince Antonucci
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Stanley Greenspan: To be motivated to sit at home and study, instead of going out and playing, To be motivated to sit at home and study, instead of going out and playing, children need a sense of themselves over time
they need to be able to picture themselves in the future ... If they can't, then they're simply reacting to daily events, responding to the needs of the moment
for pleasure, for affiliation, for acceptance. — Stanley Greenspan
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By James Nachtwey: Do we really need another picture of Paris Hilton or Naomi Campbell? Do we really need another picture of Paris Hilton or Naomi Campbell? — James Nachtwey
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Jeffrey Deitch: When you go out skating with your friends, you need one friend who knows how When you go out skating with your friends, you need one friend who knows how to take a good picture. Without the picture, there is no proof that you pulled the trick. — Jeffrey Deitch
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Alex Boxall: You do not need to work towards being the person that God wants you to You do not need to work towards being the person that God wants you to be. He has already transformed you through Jesus' death and resurrection. You are the After Picture. — Alex Boxall
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Tim Walker: Your aim as a photographer is to get a picture of that person that means Your aim as a photographer is to get a picture of that person that means something. Portraits aren't fantasies; they need to tell a truth. — Tim Walker
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Nina Hagen: Do some selfless service for people who are in need. Consider the whole picture, not Do some selfless service for people who are in need. Consider the whole picture, not just our little selves. — Nina Hagen
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: A man has a right to picture God according to his need, whatever it be. A man has a right to picture God according to his need, whatever it be. — Henry Ward Beecher
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Dennis Hopper: I made a picture called Super Mario Bros., and my six-year-old son at the time I made a picture called Super Mario Bros., and my six-year-old son at the time - he's now 18 - he said, 'Dad I think you're probably a pretty good actor, but why did you play that terrible guy King Koopa in Super Mario Bros?' And I said, 'Well Henry, I did that so you could have shoes,' and he said, 'Dad, I don't need shoes that badly.' — Dennis Hopper
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: I have found that the many imbalances within our individual lives result in an overall I have found that the many imbalances within our individual lives result in an overall more worldly balance. What I mean is that no matter how unfair I think something is, I need only look at the bigger picture to see how, in a way, it fits ... however impossible it is to understand it or see it at the time. — Cecelia Ahern
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By N. T. Wright: All our language about the future ... is like a set of signposts pointing into All our language about the future ... is like a set of signposts pointing into a bright mist ... the New Testament image of the future hope of the whole cosmos, grounded in the resurrection of Jesus, gives as coherent a picture as we need or could have of the future that is promised to the whole world, a future in which, under the sovereign and wise rule of the creator God, decay and death will be done away with and a new creation born, to which the present one will stand as mother to child. — N. T. Wright
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Suzanne Farrell: Eating a healthy diet is not just about eating a few special foods. There's a Eating a healthy diet is not just about eating a few special foods. There's a bigger picture. You need to practice moderation, eat a variety of foods, and get enough physical activity. — Suzanne Farrell
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Tove Jansson: I know," she said, "rejection's not easy. But you reject words, whole pages, long impossible I know," she said, "rejection's not easy. But you reject words, whole pages, long impossible stories, and it feels good once it's done. It's no different rejecting pictures, a picture's right to hang on a wall. And most of these have hung here too long; you don't even see them any more. The best stuff you have, you don't see any more. And they kill each other because they're badly hung. Look, here's a thing of mine and here's your drawing, and they clash. We need distance, it's essential. And different periods need distance to set them apart - unless you're just cramming them together for the shock effect! You simply have to feel it ... There should be an element of surprise when people's eyes move across a wall covered with pictures. We don't want to make it too easy for them. Let them catch their breath and look again because they can't help it. Make them think, make them mad, even ... Now we'll give our colleagues here better light. Why did you leave so much space right here? — Tove Jansson
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Marcus Samuelsson: I have never seen a picture of my mother. My mother's family never owned a I have never seen a picture of my mother. My mother's family never owned a photograph of her, which tells you everything you need to know about where I'm from and what the world was like for the people who gave me life. — Marcus Samuelsson
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Andrew Hinton: When watching people use gadgets and software, we need to remember that the way they're When watching people use gadgets and software, we need to remember that the way they're making use of their context is largely being determined by the structures available to them. Often, I have heard e-commerce clients complain that their customers are using the online shopping cart improperly, as a sort of wish-list, even when the site provides a separate wish-list function. Though when you look at the environment neutrally as a cluster of environmental structures, it becomes clear that Add to Cart is usually a much easier and quicker function to find and use than Add to Wish-List - the button tends to be more prominent, more available, and the "Cart" itself is always represented somewhere (normally as a concrete metaphor with a picture of a cart) regardless of where the user is shopping. Why wouldn't the user make use of such an available, straightforward environmental structure over a less-available abstraction? — Andrew Hinton
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Tedd Tripp: The only safe guide is the Bible. It is the revelation of a God who The only safe guide is the Bible. It is the revelation of a God who has infinite knowledge and can therefore give you absolute truth. God has given you a revelation that is robust and complete. It presents an accurate and comprehensive picture of children, parents, family life, values, training, nurture, and discipline - all you need to be equipped for the task of parenting. — Tedd Tripp
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Ezra Koenig: I think that anybody who's anti-selfie is really just a hater. Because, truthfully, why shouldn't I think that anybody who's anti-selfie is really just a hater. Because, truthfully, why shouldn't people take pictures of themselves? When I'm on Instagram and I see that somebody took a picture of themselves, I'm like, 'Thank you.' I don't need to see a picture of the sky, the trees, plants. There's only one you. — Ezra Koenig
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Mirabel Osler: As for garden photographers, how differently they see things. With what ease the camera seems As for garden photographers, how differently they see things. With what ease the camera seems to compose a picture of great beauty with its discriminating lens. The naked eye can't censor some ugly sight on the periphery of vision; the photographer takes the perfect shot and picks for us just what we need to see. — Mirabel Osler
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Norman Macbeth: This does not mean that the profession is about to abandon Darwin forever or indorse This does not mean that the profession is about to abandon Darwin forever or indorse [sic] my views publicly. The situation remains much as it was: the inner circles are full of doubt, but the public utterances are confident. The doubts may be greater now and the confidence less serene, but it will be a long time before the public is given the full dark picture. There is still need for a dissenting voice, a devil's advocate, a skeptical whistle-blower. — Norman Macbeth
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Walter Benjamin: What is aura? A peculiar web of space and time: the unique manifestation of a What is aura? A peculiar web of space and time: the unique manifestation of a distance, however near it may be. To follow, while reclining on a summer's noon, the outline of a mountain range on the horizon or a branch, which casts its shadow on the observer until the moment or the hour partakes of their presence - this is to breathe in the aura of these mountains, of this branch. Today, people have as passionate an inclination to bring things close to themselves or even more to the masses, as to overcome uniqueness in every situation by reproducing it. Every day the need grows more urgent to possess an object in the closest proximity, through a picture or, better, a reproduction. And the reproduction, as the illustrated newspaper and weekly readily prove, distinguishes itself unmistakably from the picture. Uniqueness and permanence are as closely intertwined in the latter as transitoriness and reproducibility in the former. — Walter Benjamin
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Clarice Lispector: Let the author beware of popularity, otherwise he will be defeated by success. There is Let the author beware of popularity, otherwise he will be defeated by success. There is a time when you must take a picture of yourself. Hunger is always the same as the first hunger. The need renews itself empty and entire. — Clarice Lispector
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Sandy Vaile: Treat backstory like a pungent spice. I say this to encourage you to picture a Treat backstory like a pungent spice. I say this to encourage you to picture a jalapeno pepper that can set your mouth on fire, every time you even think about adding backstory into your book.

What you need is subtlety. — Sandy Vaile
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Mini Grey: Because even very young people are expert readers of pictures, you can convey very complex Because even very young people are expert readers of pictures, you can convey very complex and subtle messages through pictures that you'd need loads of words to explain. Making a picture book is also a bit like making your own film - and you can make anything you want happen, however impossible! — Mini Grey
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Katja Millay: When you look at her what do you feel?" "Are you fucking serious? Forget it." When you look at her what do you feel?" "Are you fucking serious? Forget it." He can kiss my ass if he wants to start talking feelings with me. "You obviously want it for a reason." "I want a picture to jack off to. What do you care?" I keep drawing so I don't have to look at him, but I'm mutilating the sketch I'm working on. I'll have to start over, but I don't care. "Joy, fear, frustration, longing, friendship, anger, need, despair, love, lust?" "Yes." "Yes, what?" "All of it," I reply, because I'm all in now whether I like it or not. — Katja Millay
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Elizabeth Eulberg: Georgie took out her phone. 'I want to take a picture of you two.' She Georgie took out her phone. 'I want to take a picture of you two.' She held up her phone and motioned for us to get together.
Darcy and I lined up against the railing. 'No, I need you closer together to get you both in the photo,' she instructed.
I had taken countless pictures on the waterfront and I knew that if you were getting the skyline in the background, you didn't need to be that close.
Darcy put his arm around my shoulder and we leaned in. I slipped my arm around his waist and I noticed how easily I fit into the little nook on his side.
'Oh, hold on, I'm having problems.' Georgie played with her phone for a few moments while we just stood there in our posed embrace.
'Georgie ... '
She looked up at her brother and blushed. 'Um, I think it works now. — Elizabeth Eulberg
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By Elisabeth Robinson: When you hear the word dog you picture that animal in your mind, but what When you hear the word dog you picture that animal in your mind, but what do you see when you say the word God? Most people I know deny they see Michelangelo's white-bearded, big-handed guy; now it's a concept, usually it's Love - God is Love, most nonbelievers say - but if God is Love, then we don't need the word God, do we? We could just say, I hope to Love you get better. I pray to Love you are healed. Love, please heal my sister, Madeline. — Elisabeth Robinson
I Need You Now Picture Sayings By John Perkins: The first question we must address deals with optimism, the possibility of achieving our goal. The first question we must address deals with optimism, the possibility of achieving our goal. Are we in a position where we can actually hope to effect change? Assuming we become convinced that there are reasons for optimism, we move to the next question. Are we cetain that we want change? The stories about EHMs, jackals, and suffering around the globe strike raw nerves, but now we demand absolute proof that our grievances justify the efforts change will demand. Third: Is there a unifying principle that will validate our efforts? We look to ascertain that we are not merely seeking to impose our moral, religious, or philosophical values on others but instead are intent on creating something of true and lasting universal benefit. And finally: What can we each do? You and I personally need to evaluate our talents and passions. What are our individual options and desires? How do they fit into the bigger picture? — John Perkins