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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: What I think is true is that at a certain stage in his life, he What I think is true is that at a certain stage in his life, he deliberately ceased to take any interest in himself except for a kind of spiritual alumnus taking his moral finals...Self-knowledge for him had come to mean recognition of his own weakness and shortcomings and nothing more. Anything beyond that he sharply suspected, both in himself and in others, as a symptom of spiritual megalomania. At best, there was so much else, in letters and in life, that he found much more interesting than himself. — Jocelyn Gibb
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: I feel like I'm missing something really important when you're gone. So important I don't I feel like I'm missing something really important when you're gone. So important I don't feel like myself. I've never felt like someone was mine before. But you're mine, Jocelyn. I've known that from the moment we met. And I'm yours. I don't want to be anyone else's, babe. — Samantha Young
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: The heart's capacity to love is infinite The heart's capacity to love is infinite — Jocelyn Murray
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: We have become so trusting of technology that we have lost faith in ourselves and We have become so trusting of technology that we have lost faith in ourselves and our born instincts. There are still parts of life that we do not need to "better" with technology. It's important to understand that you are smarter than your smartphone. To paraphrase, there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your Google. Mistakes are a part of life and often the path to profound new insights - so why try to remove them completely? Getting lost while driving or visiting a new city used to be an adventure and a good story. Now we just follow the GPS. — Jocelyn K. Glei
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: God's goodness will not mean a spoiling indulgence; [H]is aim need not be our ease God's goodness will not mean a spoiling indulgence; [H]is aim need not be our ease so much as our perfection. — Jocelyn Gibb
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: I love Colorado. The mountains are so passionate. They just make me want to run I love Colorado. The mountains are so passionate. They just make me want to run to the top and yell obscene things to the valleys below." ~ Ardith — Jocelyn Davies
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Soriano: We hurt so much because we have lost a part of ourselves. If we have We hurt so much because we have lost a part of ourselves. If we have loved much, we must have given much also, and when everything's over, we feel as though we have lost everything. — Jocelyn Soriano
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: we refer to the Middle Ages as ages of faith; a time in which men we refer to the Middle Ages as ages of faith; a time in which men believed a heavenly Jerusalem above the sky much as they believed an earthly Sion beyond the sea; when the whole of their thought was of a piece with their theology...those were days when a thoughtful soul here or there could realize some unity of mental vision. The fact should be admitted, however we regard it - whether as the stultifying tyranny of dogma or as an enviable single-mindedness; an ideal too easily realized, no doubt, in a plentiful dearth of empirical knowledge, and yet establishing a standard after which perplexed modernity may strive. — Jocelyn Gibb
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: a favourite couplet of Dunbar's sums up his view of the whole duty and delight a favourite couplet of Dunbar's sums up his view of the whole duty and delight of Man:

Man, please thy Maker and be merry
And give not for this world a cherry. — Jocelyn Gibb
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Jace looked around uneasily at the walls hung with veils, fans, tiaras, and seed-pearl-encrusted trains. Jace looked around uneasily at the walls hung with veils, fans, tiaras, and seed-pearl-encrusted trains. "Everything is ..so white."
"Of course it's white," said Simon. "It's a wedding."
"White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. "But for mundanes, Jace, it's the color of weddings. Brides wear white to symbolize their purity."
"I thought Jocelyn said her dress wasn't white," Simon said.
"Well," said Jace, "I suppose that ship has sailed. — Cassandra Clare
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: He is a Shadowhunter," said Jocelyn. "His loyalty will be to Clave and Covenant.""He's my He is a Shadowhunter," said Jocelyn. "His loyalty will be to Clave and Covenant."
"He's my friend," said Magnus coldly. "His loyalty is to me. — Cassandra Clare
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: In public, you're Joss Butler. Cool, self-possessed. In bed, you're Jocelyn Butler - you're hot, In public, you're Joss Butler. Cool, self-possessed. In bed, you're Jocelyn Butler - you're hot, babe. Uncontrolled. Needy. Sweet," he breathed. "I like that I know that. I don't like the fact that other men do too. — Samantha Young
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Lisa Wingate: I began to see the magic of Jocelyn's horse psychology school. You couldn't put on I began to see the magic of Jocelyn's horse psychology school. You couldn't put on airs with a horse, as we so often do with people. Horses look through the masks we wear and the things we say. They see who we really are. They gauge our intentions in a thousand invisible ways that have nothing to do with the words we say. They shy away from the barriers of fear, self-centeredness, jealousy, anger, impatience. They are drawn in by kindness, understanding, concern, openness, love.

The thing is, so are people. — Lisa Wingate
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: Come on guys," Ellie called to us from further up the sidewalk. Elodie, Clark and Come on guys," Ellie called to us from further up the sidewalk. Elodie, Clark and the kids must have already gone inside. "What's taking so long?"
"Jocelyn was just begging for sex, but I told her it was a highly inappropriate time for it," Braden answered loudly, causing passersby to chuckle at him.
Young, Samantha (2012-10-12). On Dublin Street (Kindle Locations 3707-3709). Penguin Group US. Kindle Edition. — Samantha Young
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Lauren Barnholdt: - Dude, it's Jocelyn, I (Jordan) say looking over my shoulder nervously [ ... ]- - Dude, it's Jocelyn, I (Jordan) say looking over my shoulder nervously [ ... ]
- This isn't Jocelyn, B.J says sighing. It's Jordan. Dude, try to play a better trick than that. You sound nothing like her. Plus your number came up on my caller ID.
PS: maybe I'm just in a very good mood, but I keep laughing while reading this book, there are plenty of scenes that make me smile, and this is one of them.. it's just hilarious how silly and funny these characters are ;)) — Lauren Barnholdt
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Karen Joy Fowler: Poor Elinor! Willoughby on one side, Brandon on the other. She is quite entre deux Poor Elinor! Willoughby on one side, Brandon on the other. She is quite entre deux feux. Prudie had a bit of lipstick on her teeth, or else it was wine. Jocelyn wanted to lean across and wipe it off with a napkin, the way she did when Sahara needed tidying. But she restrained herself; Prudie didn't belong to her. The fire sculpted Prudie's face, left the hollows of her cheeks hollow, brightened her deep-set eyes. She wasn't pretty like Allegra, but she was attractive in an interesting way. She drew your eye. She would probably age well, like Angelica Houston. If only she would stop speaking French. Or go to France, where it would be less noticeable. — Karen Joy Fowler
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: Just because I'm biased doesn't mean it's not true. Just because I'm biased doesn't mean it's not true. — Jocelyn Davies
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Heidi Schulz: Jocelyn did not want to always remain the same. Where was the adventure in that? Jocelyn did not want to always remain the same. Where was the adventure in that? — Heidi Schulz
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Heidi Schulz: Jocelyn's stomach lodged another complaint with the management regarding the length of time since breakfast. Jocelyn's stomach lodged another complaint with the management regarding the length of time since breakfast. — Heidi Schulz
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: Please, do you see the apocalypse? Because I'd give up on that happening until you Please, do you see the apocalypse? Because I'd give up on that happening until you do. And even then, it's negotiable."
"I'm holding out for a hot zombie."
"Yeah, or, like, the hot scientist who finds the cure."
"Or the hot government agent who's assigned to protect you from the international terrorist who plans to wipe out the nation with the world's first zombie virus weapon of mass destruction."
"Because you carry the zombie virus antidote in your blood."
"Exactly."
"It's a recessive trait. — Jocelyn Davies
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Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: Familiarity makes the lion more dangerous. Familiarity makes the lion more dangerous. — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Everything is ... so white.""Of course it's white," said Simon. "It's a wedding.""White for Shadowhunters Everything is ... so white."
"Of course it's white," said Simon. "It's a wedding."
"White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. "But for mundanes, Jace, it's the color of weddings. Brides wear white to symbolize their purity."
"I thought Jocelyn said her dress wasn't white," Simon said.
"Well," said Jace, "I suppose that ship has sailed."
Luke choked on his coffe. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: I don't think she doesn't believe she can die. I think, just like you always I don't think she doesn't believe she can die. I think, just like you always did, she believes there are things worth dying for. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: London was one of the few Institutes that hadn't emptied yet. Apparently Sebastian and his London was one of the few Institutes that hadn't emptied yet. Apparently Sebastian and his forces tried to attack. They were rebuffed by some kind of protection spell, something even the Council didn't know about. Something that warned the Shadowhunters what was coming and led them to safety.'
'A ghost,' Magnus said. A smile hovered around his mouth. 'A spirit, sworn to protect the place. She's been there for a hundred and thirty years.'
'She?' Jocelyn said, leaning back against a dusty wall. 'A ghost? Really? What was her name?'
'You would recognize her last name, if I told it to you, but she wouldn't like that.' Magnus's gaze was faraway. 'I hope this means she's found peace. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Kim Jocelyn Dickson: Writing is fundamentally an act of insurrection. Writing is fundamentally an act of insurrection. — Kim Jocelyn Dickson
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: Lewis lived in as good a setting as any man for the life of vigilant Lewis lived in as good a setting as any man for the life of vigilant aestheticism...His rooms were on the first floor of New Buildings 3, and ran the width of the building, so that the sitting-room looked out on Magdalen Grove, the other half of the suite commanding the Cloister, and, in the background, the incomparable Tower. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. " But for mundanes, Jace, White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. " But for mundanes, Jace, it' s the color of weddings. Brides wear white to symbolize their purity."
"I thought Jocelyn said her dress wasn't white," Simon said.
"Well," said Jace, "I suppose that ship has sailed."
Luke choked on his coffee. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: Why would he do that? I thoughthe saidhe loved me." "As if I needed a Why would he do that? I thought
he said
he loved me." "As if I needed a reason to hate him more," Asher muttered, avoiding my gaze. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Tessa Dawn: I'll tell you what: How about no more suicide attempts; no more walking off with I'll tell you what: How about no more suicide attempts; no more walking off with strangers; no more trying to fight vampires with silly, human weapons--silver bullets only work on werewolves, Jocelyn--and no more holding Nachari's hand. And we'll be just fine. — Tessa Dawn
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Almond: Homage to thee, Homage to thee, 0 Sekhmet-Bast-Ra, thou mistress of the gods, thou bearer of wings, lady of the Anes bandlet, queen of the crowns of the South and of the North, only One, sovereign of her father, superior to whom the gods cannot be, thou mighty one of enchantments in the Boat of Millions of Years, thou who art pre-eminent, who risest in the seat of silence ... mistress and lady of the tomb, mother in the horizon of heaven, gracious one, beloved, destroyer of rebellion, offerings are in thy grasp, and thou art standing in the bows of the boat of thy divine father to overthrow the
Fiend. Thou hast placed Maat in the bows of his boat. — Jocelyn Almond
Jocelyn's Sayings By Patricia W. Fischer: Sitting up, Jocelyn rolled her head from side to side. "Been better." "Heard you're a Sitting up, Jocelyn rolled her head from side to side. "Been better."
"Heard you're a doctor now." She grabbed the thermometer.
"Yes, a veterinarian."
Placing her fist on her ample hip, Mia scoffed, "You go to that fancy school in Washington State and now you don't eat meat?"
"Good Lord! I'm not a vegetarian - — Patricia W. Fischer
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: The single most important change you can make in your working habits is to switch The single most important change you can make in your working habits is to switch to creative work first, reactive work second. This means blocking off a large chunk of time every day for creative work on your own priorities, with the phone and e-mail off. — Jocelyn K. Glei
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Eikenburg: After he told them we were dating, which came out more like a Cultural Revolution After he told them we were dating, which came out more like a Cultural Revolution confession than a family heart-to-heart, his father said flatly, "You can be friends with a foreign woman, but not date her. — Jocelyn Eikenburg
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: The monster's bride at his door. Magnus could not stop staring. [Jocelyn] was staring too. The monster's bride at his door. Magnus could not stop staring. [Jocelyn] was staring too. She seemed transfixed by his pajamas. Magnus was frankly offended. He had not invited any wives of crazed hate-cult leader to come around and pass judgement on his wardrobe. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: he gave an account of the Spenserian world that championed its ethical attitudes as well he gave an account of the Spenserian world that championed its ethical attitudes as well as their fairy-tale terms, with a rich joy in the defeat of dragons, giants, sorcerers, and sorceresses by the forces of virtue; it was a world he could inhabit and believe in as one inhabits and believes a dream of one's own; its knights, dwarfs, and ladies were real to him...he rejoiced as much in the ugliness of the giants and in the beauty of the ladies as in their spiritual significances, but most of all in the ambience of the faerie forest and plain that, he said, were carpeted with a grass greener than the common stuff of ordinary glades; this was the reality of grass, only to be apprehended in poetry: the world of the imagination was nearer to the truth than the world of the senses, notwithstanding its palpable fictions, and Spenser transcended sensuality by making use of it — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: What is courage without risk ... It wouldn't really be courage, would it? What is courage without risk ... It wouldn't really be courage, would it? — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: What will has caused, will must be brought to correct. What will has caused, will must be brought to correct. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Green: It would be difficult, Charlotte knew, but that was not reason enough to avoid it. It would be difficult, Charlotte knew, but that was not reason enough to avoid it. — Jocelyn Green
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: When you like someone, you have to allow yourself to be vulnerable enough to let When you like someone, you have to allow yourself to be vulnerable enough to let them in. Love is messy. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: Lady Mary nodded and smiled sadly. "There is nothing in this life that is certain Lady Mary nodded and smiled sadly. "There is nothing in this life that is certain but death," she stated pensively.
"And tariffs, Mama," added Jerome. At that Lady Mary laughed. — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: we would stride over Hinksey and Cumnor - we walked almost as fast as we we would stride over Hinksey and Cumnor - we walked almost as fast as we talked - disputing and quoting, as we looked for the dark dingles and tree-topped hills of Matthew Arnold. This kind of walk must be among the commonest, perhaps among the best, of undergraduate experiences. Lewis, with the gusto of a Chesterton or a Belloc, would suddenly roar out a passage of poetry that he had newly discovered and memorized, particularly if it were in Old English, a language novel and enchanting to us both for its heroic attitudes and crashing rhythms — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: Lewis was an apologist from temper, from conviction, and from modesty. From temper, for he Lewis was an apologist from temper, from conviction, and from modesty. From temper, for he loved argument. From conviction, being traditionally orthodox. From modesty, because he laid no claim either to the learning which would have made him a theologian or to the grace which would have made him a spiritual guide. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By J.L. Sheppard: I love you, Jocelyn, and nothing, not even death, will ever keep me away from I love you, Jocelyn, and nothing, not even death, will ever keep me away from you. — J.L. Sheppard
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: It delighted him that he could find no use of the word modern in Shakespeare It delighted him that he could find no use of the word modern in Shakespeare that did not carry its load of contempt. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davis: Finally, leaders focus on people. In the words of Grace Murray Hopper, computer scientist and Finally, leaders focus on people. In the words of Grace Murray Hopper, computer scientist and rear admiral in the US Navy, "You manage things; you lead people." Naturally, — Jocelyn Davis
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: The sea has its moods. Sometimes it is melancholic and morose, other times fierce and The sea has its moods. Sometimes it is melancholic and morose, other times fierce and feisty. But always passionate. Even when calm, one can sense the depth of the sea's passion — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Moorhouse: I always like being able to do something I haven't done before. I always like being able to do something I haven't done before. — Jocelyn Moorhouse
Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: I know you love me, Jocelyn, because there's no fucking way I can be this I know you love me, Jocelyn, because there's no fucking way I can be this much in love with you, and not have you feel the same way. It's not possible. — Samantha Young
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: If you are busy pleasing everyone, you are not being true to yourself If you are busy pleasing everyone, you are not being true to yourself — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: There were many echoes of Johnson in Lewis. Both were formidable in their learning and There were many echoes of Johnson in Lewis. Both were formidable in their learning and in the range of their conversation, both had the same delight in argument, and in spite of their regard for truth, would argue for victory. Lewis had Johnson's handiness with the butt end of a pistol if an argument misfired. Like Johnson, he was a largish, unathletic-looking man, heavy but not tall, with a roundish, florid face that perspired easily and showed networks of tiny blood-vessels on close inspection; he had a dark flop of hair and rather heavily pouched eyes; these eyes gave life to the face, they were large and brown and unusually expressive. The main effects were of a mild, plain powerfulness, and over all there was a sense of simple masculinity, of a virility absorbed into intellectual life. He differed in his youth from most others of his age by seeming to have no sexual problems or preoccupations, or need to talk about them if he had them — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Suzanne Stroh: Joss often thought of herself in male terms when analyzing her role in the family Joss often thought of herself in male terms when analyzing her role in the family business system, since there didn't seem to be any available roles or jobs for women. — Suzanne Stroh
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Andersen: If we are following Jesus--we will be fishers of men.If we are not fishers of If we are following Jesus--we will be fishers of men.
If we are not fishers of men--we are not following Jesus — Jocelyn Andersen
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Or maybe it's just that beautiful things are so easily broken by the world. Or maybe it's just that beautiful things are so easily broken by the world. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: If you really love something, you never try to keep it the way it is If you really love something, you never try to keep it the way it is forever. You have to let it be free to change. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: The gift of phrase was instantaneous to him in him, and that must partly account The gift of phrase was instantaneous to him in him, and that must partly account for his huge output; but there was a plentitude of mind as well as a swiftness of phrase to help him; he never put a nib wrong. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: To her you're Jocelyn's daughter. But I'll always be Valentine's son To her you're Jocelyn's daughter. But I'll always be Valentine's son — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: Because ... " he sighed, "You, make me laugh, you challenge me,you turn me on Because ... " he sighed, "You, make me laugh, you challenge me,
you turn me on like no else can. I feel like I'm missing
something really important when you're gone. So important I
don't feel like myself. I've never felt like someone was mine
before. But your mine, Jocelyn. I've known that from the moment
we met. And I'm yours. I don't want to be anybody else's,
babe. — Samantha Young
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: His Christianity, so important to him personally, was also important professionally, for it enabled him His Christianity, so important to him personally, was also important professionally, for it enabled him to enter into fuller imaginative sympathy with the Middle Ages and Renaissance...and give spiritual substance to his life's work in those fields, so penetrated by Christian thought. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Lieu: I can't help thinking of Jackson Pollock, who poured, splattered and lashed the canvass with I can't help thinking of Jackson Pollock, who poured, splattered and lashed the canvass with strings of paint. His process was about snaring not only a vision, but the moment the vision occurred to him. The paint becomes a net cast around something too fast to be caught. The bare spaces between the net's strands are as significant as the strands themselves because they hint at what can't be painted, can't be described. — Jocelyn Lieu
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: You don't have a heartbeat," I realized. "Does that bother you?" He asked."No." I thought You don't have a heartbeat," I realized.
"Does that bother you?" He asked.
"No." I thought for a minute. "As long as you can feel things and care about things."
"It's a misconception that you need a heart to love," Asher whispered into my hair. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: in describing the various writers of his idolatry he more than once lets fall a in describing the various writers of his idolatry he more than once lets fall a phrase that could equally apply to himself. 'To read Spenser,' he says, 'is to grow in mental health.' What he values in Addison is his 'open-mindedness.' The moments of despair chronicled in Scott's diary cannot, he claims, counterpoise 'that ease and good temper, that fine masculine cheerfulness' suffused through the best of the Waverly novels. Most of all it was the chiaroscuro of what Chaucer called 'earnest' and 'game' that attracted him. He found it eminently in the poetry of Dunbar, that late-medieval Scottish maker who wrote the greatest religious poetry and the earthiest satire in the language — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Adams: You snuck across my yard like a trained mercenary. Dressed in a black getup without You snuck across my yard like a trained mercenary. Dressed in a black getup without so much as a pebble misplaced under your shoe or a crinkled leaf to make a sound. Had the lay of the land within seconds too I bet. Took down a man who outweighs you by fifty pounds as if you done it before. You hardly flinched when I set my gun on you. Now you're sittin' there all hunched around yourself like a rabbit in the grass. Definitely runnin' I just hope it's not from the law. — Jocelyn Adams
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: It made him feel indispensable and needed - even if the fact that Jocelyn didn't It made him feel indispensable and needed - even if the fact that Jocelyn didn't appear to care wheather he slept in her daughter's bed or not did underscore that Clary's mother apparently regarded him as about sexually threatening as a goldfish. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: I don't think that when you love somebody, it everreally goes away,' Earth said, looking I don't think that when you love somebody, it ever
really goes away,' Earth said, looking out the window.
'It's like riding a bike. You can decide you don't like bike
riding any more, and do soccer for a while, but then when
you get back on a bike, it's like your body remembers how
to do it without you even having to think about it.' She
looked up at me. 'I think love is like that. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: Why do you insist on calling me Jocelyn?" I made sure my tone wasn't argumentative, Why do you insist on calling me Jocelyn?" I made sure my tone wasn't argumentative, just curious. Because I was curious.
His lips touched mine, soft, gentle, and he pulled back, those pale blue eyes of his bright with heat. "Joss is a girl's name. Possibly a tomboy's name." He smirked. "Jocelyn, on the other hand, is a woman's name. A really sexy woman's name." He pulled back."So strip Jocelyn."
Okay. He could call me Jocelyn. — Samantha Young
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Sanchez: Our past doesn't define us, rather, it's the courses we take after that tells us Our past doesn't define us, rather, it's the courses we take after that tells us who we really are. — Jocelyn Sanchez
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: Taking stock of this challenging new landscape, 99U's Manage Your Day-to-Day assembles insights around four Taking stock of this challenging new landscape, 99U's Manage Your Day-to-Day assembles insights around four key skill sets you must master to succeed: building a rock-solid daily routine, taming your tools (before they tame you), finding focus in a distracted world, and sharpening your creative mind. — Jocelyn K. Glei
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: I believe Williams was the only one of us, except perhaps Ronald Tolkien, from whom I believe Williams was the only one of us, except perhaps Ronald Tolkien, from whom Lewis learnt any of his thinking. It was Charles Williams who expounded to him the doctrine of co-inherence and the idea that one had power to accept into one's own body the pain of someone else, through Christian love. This was a power...he had been allowed to use to ease the suffering of his wife, a cancer victim — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: We've only got three months. There's no time for space. We've only got three months. There's no time for space. — Samantha Young
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Moorhouse: I feel L.A. is unlike anything I've experienced. It's nice when I can relate to I feel L.A. is unlike anything I've experienced. It's nice when I can relate to people, but that's not very often. I know they're out there, but I feel that there's a very big pressure here to be seen as being gorgeous and special. I don't think there's the same pressure in Australia. — Jocelyn Moorhouse
Jocelyn's Sayings By Samantha Young: I liked Christmas and this was Christmassy enough for us. Ellie and Adam's flat looked I liked Christmas and this was Christmassy enough for us. Ellie and Adam's flat looked like Santa had dropped around for a party, had too much to drink and puked up Christmas everywhere. — Samantha Young
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: Fine scholar though he was, he was an even better teacher; and it may truly Fine scholar though he was, he was an even better teacher; and it may truly be said of him...that in turning men's minds to the Middle Ages he 'stimulated their mental thirst...silently indoctrinating them with nobler ideas, which might afterwards be appealed to as first principles'. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Adams: You keep saying that and I keep suggesting a psychiatrist. Maybe it's time you take You keep saying that and I keep suggesting a psychiatrist. Maybe it's time you take my advice. — Jocelyn Adams
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: It is one thing to understand the doctrine, and quite another to be masters of It is one thing to understand the doctrine, and quite another to be masters of the controversy.' Lewis's ambition was of course to know the doctrine and to be master of the controversy. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: life-giving generosity was another depth in Lewis's nature that was part of his greatness life-giving generosity was another depth in Lewis's nature that was part of his greatness — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: It is the dirt within men's hearts that is most offensive; the filth you cannot It is the dirt within men's hearts that is most offensive; the filth you cannot see. — Jocelyn Murray
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: It's time to stop blaming our surroundings and start taking responsibility. While no workplace is It's time to stop blaming our surroundings and start taking responsibility. While no workplace is perfect, it turns out that our gravest challenges are a lot more primal and personal. Our individual practices ultimately determine what we do and how well we do it. Specifically, it's our routine (or lack thereof), our capacity to work proactively rather than reactively, and our ability to systematically optimize our work habits over time that determine our ability to make ideas happen. — Jocelyn K. Glei
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: God's 'permission' of evil so multiplied is not simply to be accounted for by his God's 'permission' of evil so multiplied is not simply to be accounted for by his respecting our free will. He takes the harms we mutually inflict and overrules them for our good. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: I am always torn. Between control and chaos; passion and tranquility. Between what's fated and I am always torn. Between control and chaos; passion and tranquility. Between what's fated and what I want. Part of me longs to take the plunge, to dive off headfirst and let the feeling of control evaporate on the wind. And part of me wants to be in a place where I'd never have to worry about that choice
or any choice. Where peace and calm are the only things I'd feel. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: If you're feeling frustrated with your progress toward your goals, it's tempting to focus on If you're feeling frustrated with your progress toward your goals, it's tempting to focus on what you lack that other people seem to have, to obsess over followers, engagement, traffic, or any other benchmark. The reality is that numbers don't necessarily measure success, and they're certainly not a requirement for fulfillment. — Jocelyn K. Glei
Jocelyn's Sayings By Patricia W. Fischer: Caleb looked at her lips. "Your eyes are incredible.""O-kay." Jocelyn had to concentrate not to Caleb looked at her lips. "Your eyes are incredible."
"O-kay." Jocelyn had to concentrate not to lean forward to touch her mouth to his.
"Really amazing."
He's right there and his lips are so full, so luscious, so close.
And far too tempting to pass up. — Patricia W. Fischer
Jocelyn's Sayings By Marthe Jocelyn: I depended on you....You're older, you're supposed to be my...my archive. That's what sisters do, I depended on you....You're older, you're supposed to be my...my archive. That's what sisters do, remember for each other. — Marthe Jocelyn
Jocelyn's Sayings By Travis Thrasher: I can't help but think of the dance that I'm not going to.It's not that I can't help but think of the dance that I'm not going to.
It's not that I want to go to a dance. I'd go milk cows with Jocelyn if I could. Or do whatever kids around here do for fun. — Travis Thrasher
Jocelyn's Sayings By Marthe Jocelyn: He's the meanest one. We call him..Byrd the Turd He's the meanest one. We call him..Byrd the Turd — Marthe Jocelyn
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: he remained enthralled by the sublimely ordered Ptolemaic cosmos in which 'we do not see, he remained enthralled by the sublimely ordered Ptolemaic cosmos in which 'we do not see, like Meredith's Lucifer, the army of unalterable law but rather the revelry of insatiable love.' He conceded that it was not 'true'; but in his last, perhaps his most provocative, pages, claimed that all 'models' of the universe reflect as much the psychology of an age as the current state of knowledge. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Jocelyn and Clary Fray," said Magnus. "It's nice to meet you. Jocelyn and Clary Fray," said Magnus. "It's nice to meet you. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Jocelyn put out her hand, took Luke's, and kissed the back of it lightly. Clary Jocelyn put out her hand, took Luke's, and kissed the back of it lightly. Clary averted her eyes. Her mother turned back to her a moment later. "God, the Clave - if only they would listen." She blew out a frustrated breath. "Clary, we understand why you did what you did last night, but we thought you were safe. Then Helen showed up on our doorstep and told us you'd been injured in the Citadel battle. I nearly had a heart attack when we found you in the square. Your lips and fingers were blue. Like you'd drowned. If it hadn't been for Magnus - " "Magnus healed me? What's he doing here, in Alicante? — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Valentine had wanted to crush the world as Magnus knew it. But this woman had Valentine had wanted to crush the world as Magnus knew it. But this woman had helped crush him instead, and now she was looking at her daughter as if she would make another world, shining and brand new, just for Clary, so Clary would never be touched by any of the darkness of the past. Magnus knew what it was to want to forget as badly as Jocelyn did, knew the passionate urge to protect that came with love.

Perhaps none of the children of the new generation- not this small stubborn red headed scrap, or half-faerie Helen and Mark Blackthorn at the Los Angeles Institute, or even Maryse Lightwood's children growing up in New York far from the Glass City- would ever have to learn the full truth about the ugliness of the past. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Carolyn Ainscough: Like Jocelyn, Survivors often think: * That's just the way I am * I'm not Like Jocelyn, Survivors often think: * That's just the way I am
* I'm not lovable, that's why I keep having disastrous relationships
* I'm not very clever, that's why I didn't do well at school
* I'm a loner
* I'm a weak person
* I'm not very nice
* I was a difficult child
Many survivors find it difficult to accept that being sexually abused as a child can continue to affect them many years later. It may seem too fantastic, or too frightening an idea to believe.
David Finkelhor, an American researcher, has tried to explain how sexual abuse affects a child and leads to long-term problems. He suggests four ways in which childhood sexual abuse causes problems:
1 Traumatic Sexualization
2 Stigmatization
3 Betrayal
4 Powerlessness — Carolyn Ainscough
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: I love you,' he said. His voice shook with effort. 'I love you so much, I love you,' he said. His voice shook with effort. 'I love you so much, it's like my whole life was just leading up to the moment I met you. And then as soon as I did, I lived in fear, every day, that you would be taken from me.' He looked down. 'I just never thought you'd be the one to do it. — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Walter Dean Myers: You're not getting in anything, so between us it's going to be outcest, and that's You're not getting in anything, so between us it's going to be outcest, and that's just another word for friendship.
- Jocelyn Lawson — Walter Dean Myers
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Davies: It's a misconception that you need a heart to love It's a misconception that you need a heart to love — Jocelyn Davies
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: I remember, on one occasion, as I went round Addison's Walk, I saw him coming I remember, on one occasion, as I went round Addison's Walk, I saw him coming slowly towards me, his round, rubicund face beaming with pleasure to itself. When we came within speaking distance, I said 'Hullo, Jack! You look very pleased with yourself; what is it?'
'I believe,' he answered, with a modest smile of triumph, 'I believe I have proved that the Renaissance never happened in England. Alternatively' - he held up his hand to prevent my astonished exclamation - 'that if it did, it had no importance! — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Moorhouse: When I was a teenager, I used to love the Bronte books, 'Wuthering Heights' and When I was a teenager, I used to love the Bronte books, 'Wuthering Heights' and 'Jane Eyre.' In those books, the women do usually manage to heal the men, but in life, I've found it's often the woman gets wounded. Instead of healing a man, she gets affected by his cruelty. — Jocelyn Moorhouse
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn K. Glei: Stage One is simply being able to sit down and work, if only for a Stage One is simply being able to sit down and work, if only for a single hour. Don't laugh. Ninety-nine out of a hundred can't do it. This stage is entry-level. It's kindergarten. — Jocelyn K. Glei
Jocelyn's Sayings By Cassandra Clare: But Jace", Clary said. "Valentine taught him more than just fighting. He taught him languages, But Jace", Clary said. "Valentine taught him more than just fighting. He taught him languages, and how to play the piano"
"That was Jocelyn's influence." Sebastian said her name unwillingly, as if he hated the sound of it. "She thought Valentine ought to be able to talk about books, art, music ... not just killing things. He passed that on to Jace."
A wrought iron blue gate rose to their left. Sebastian ducked under it and beckoned Clary to follow him. She didn't have to duck but went after him, her hands stuffed into her pockets. "What about you?" she asked.
He held up his hands. They were unmistakably her mother's hands - dexterous, long-fingered, meant for holding a brush or a pen. "I learned to play the instruments of war, " he said, "and paint in blood. I am not like Jace. — Cassandra Clare
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Moorhouse: I've got to love the film, not the money. Because I know what it's like I've got to love the film, not the money. Because I know what it's like not to have money - you still survive. — Jocelyn Moorhouse
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: No one knew better than he how an understanding of poetry depends on an understanding No one knew better than he how an understanding of poetry depends on an understanding of the poet's universe. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: In a letter, once, he drew me a picture, or allegorical diagram, imitated from the In a letter, once, he drew me a picture, or allegorical diagram, imitated from the well-known frontispiece of Hobbes's Leviathan, which showed a Leviathan of human values. In the head there stood a figure labeled SAINT. In the heart, a figure labeled HERO. Twittering round the huge figure there was an insect-like object dressed as a man of fashion of the seventeenth century and labeled GENTLEMAN; from its mouth there issued a balloon in which was written in tiny letters: 'and where do I come in?'. Mirabel, he went on to say, was no part of the Everlasting Gospel, a phrase of Blake's that he had his own meaning for. Perhaps the hunger for magnitude that made him admire Gilgamesh and the Edda, and made Spenser and Milton his favourites, disabled him from an appreciation, which I could not deny, for a world of elegant cuckoldry and cynic wit, so seemingly heartless, a trifler's scum of humanity that sought to be taken for its cream. — Jocelyn Gibb
Jocelyn's Sayings By Jocelyn Murray: Darkness gives free rein to the mind's worst imaginings Darkness gives free rein to the mind's worst imaginings — Jocelyn Murray