Jay Gatsby Famous Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Jay Gatsby Famous Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Barbara W. Tuchman: He never hears the truth about himself by not wishing to hear it. Pope Alexander He never hears the truth about himself by not wishing to hear it. Pope Alexander — Barbara W. Tuchman
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Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: To preach the gospel is to state every doctrine contained in God's Word, and to To preach the gospel is to state every doctrine contained in God's Word, and to give every truth its proper prominence. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Michel De Montaigne: Things are not bad in themselves, but our cowardice makes them so. Things are not bad in themselves, but our cowardice makes them so. — Michel De Montaigne
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By George MacDonald: Of all teachings that which presents a far distant God is the nearest to absurdity. Of all teachings that which presents a far distant God is the nearest to absurdity. Either there is none, or he is nearer to every one of us than our nearest consciousness of self. An unapproachable divinity is the veriest of monsters, the most horrible of human imaginations. — George MacDonald
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Mark Nepo: For listening to the stories of others ... is a kind of water that breaks For listening to the stories of others ... is a kind of water that breaks the fever of our isolation. If we listen closely enough, we are soothed into remembering our common name. — Mark Nepo
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Darren Hardy: DNA has nothing to do with success. Turn your genes into overalls and get to DNA has nothing to do with success. Turn your genes into overalls and get to work. — Darren Hardy
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: It took me a long time to even dare to envision myself as a writer. It took me a long time to even dare to envision myself as a writer. I was very uncertain and hesitant and afraid to pursue a creative life. — Jhumpa Lahiri
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Michael Cunningham: This love of theirs, with its reassuring domesticity and its easy silences, its permanence, has This love of theirs, with its reassuring domesticity and its easy silences, its permanence, has yoked Sally directly to the machinery of mortality itself. Now there is a loss beyond imagining. — Michael Cunningham
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: And isn't it wonderful that with those simple objects, with his painter's exquisite sensibility, moved And isn't it wonderful that with those simple objects, with his painter's exquisite sensibility, moved by the charity in his heart, that funny, dear old man should have made something so beautiful that it breaks you? It was as though, unconsciously perhaps, hardly knowing what he was doing, he wanted to show you that if you only have enough love, if you only have enough sympathy, out of pain and distress and unkindness, out of all the evil of the world, you can create beauty. — W. Somerset Maugham
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By John L. Parker Jr.: The Trial of Miles; Miles of Trials. The Trial of Miles; Miles of Trials. — John L. Parker Jr.
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Christian Slater: I just killed my best friend ... and my worst enemy. What's the difference? I just killed my best friend ... and my worst enemy. What's the difference? — Christian Slater
Jay Gatsby Famous Sayings By Galt Niederhoffer: He began to view writing as a petty ambition, a frivolous and indulgent whim, creativity He began to view writing as a petty ambition, a frivolous and indulgent whim, creativity itself as the pathology of the very young or very stupid. — Galt Niederhoffer