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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Somebody comin'," he said softly. "Five or six, maybe." His words were spoken over an Somebody comin'," he said softly. "Five or six, maybe." His words were spoken over an empty fire, for each of us vanished ghostlike into the surrounding darkness. I, fortunately, had the presence of mind to retain my coffee. With the Ferguson rifle in my right hand, I drank coffee from the cup in my left. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: We hold this land only for a time. Whether we win it in peace or We hold this land only for a time. Whether we win it in peace or war, we hold it only in trust for other peoples, and other generations. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Them Injuns. Takin' the country off 'em. In good times it must've been a fine Them Injuns. Takin' the country off 'em. In good times it must've been a fine life they had, huntin' and fishin' or driftin' down the country on the trail of the buffalo. I ain't sure what we'll do to the country will be any better. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: No matter how much I admire our schools, I know that no university exists that No matter how much I admire our schools, I know that no university exists that can provide an education; what a university can provide is an outline, to give the learner a direction and guidance. The rest one has to do for oneself. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: We will always have Reeses and Heseltines, and they will always seem big and brave We will always have Reeses and Heseltines, and they will always seem big and brave to growing boys. They swagger and make loud noises in their own little circle, but they are only the coyotes that yap around the heels of the herd.
'Remember this, Shell, the coyotes aren't going anywhere, but the herd is, and so are the men who drive the herd. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. Yet that will be There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. Yet that will be the beginning. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: I came into the world with two priceless advantages: good health and a love of I came into the world with two priceless advantages: good health and a love of learning. When I left school at the age of fifteen I was halfway through the tenth grade. I left for two reasons, economic necessity being the first of them. More important was that school was interfering with my education. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Not that folks disliked me or that I ever went around being mean, but folks Not that folks disliked me or that I ever went around being mean, but folks never did get close to me and it was most likely my fault. There was always something standoffish about me. I liked folks, but I liked the wild animals, the lonely trails, and the mountains better. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It is a poor sort of man who is content to be spoon-fed knowledge that It is a poor sort of man who is content to be spoon-fed knowledge that has been filtered through the canon of religious or political belief, and it is a poor sort of man who will permit others to dictate what he may or may not learn. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Nobody should ever try to second-guess history; the facts are fantastic enough. Nobody should ever try to second-guess history; the facts are fantastic enough. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He had seemed huge and fat. He was all of that, but he was also He had seemed huge and fat. He was all of that, but he was also a man of unbelievable strength. His — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Indeed, I find that distance lends perspective and I often write better of a place Indeed, I find that distance lends perspective and I often write better of a place when I am some distance from it. One can be so overwhelmed by the forest as to miss seeing the trees. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It is a living. It is enough. I am free. The nights are long and It is a living. It is enough. I am free. The nights are long and quiet, the mornings cool and bright, I live with the sun, the moon, and the stars. The air is fresh where I am, and there is no one to hurry me or to demand this or that of me. — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The deep sea can be fathomed, but who knows the heart of a woman? The deep sea can be fathomed, but who knows the heart of a woman? — Louis L'Amour
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L Amour Sayings By Charles De Leusse: Love is winning the war without starting the war. (L'amour, c'est gagner la guerre - Love is winning the war without starting the war. (L'amour, c'est gagner la guerre - Sans commencer la guerre) — Charles De Leusse
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L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: When I was a small boy I often went to the woods to lie on When I was a small boy I often went to the woods to lie on the grass in the shade. Somehow I had come to believe the earth could give me wisdom, but it did not. Yet I learned a little about animals and learned it is not always brave to make a stand. It is often foolish. There is a time for courage and a time for flight. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: To live in a city, one must be larger than one's environment or enjoy belonging To live in a city, one must be larger than one's environment or enjoy belonging to the crowd. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It is an old custom of these people to pick up a stone and toss It is an old custom of these people to pick up a stone and toss it on the pile. Perhaps it is a symbolical lightening of the load they carry, perhaps a small offering to the gods of the trails. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Never did a tree fallThat did I not feel a pangFor rightly said when they Never did a tree fall
That did I not feel a pang
For rightly said when they are non man will be gone..
For The very air is replenished by them trees
When they are gone the air will thicken and we all will die
Will become rubbles our forts and tower..
Only weeds and stones to cover
The unsightly mounds we leave..
-Lonesome Gods — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: And that was the way it was in the old days before the country grew And that was the way it was in the old days before the country grew up and men put their guns away. Someday, and I hope it never comes, there may be a time when the Western hills are empty again and the land will go back to wilderness and the old, hard ways. Enemies may come into our country and times will have changed, but then the boys will come down from the old high hills and belt on their guns again. They can do it if they have to. The guns are hung up, the cows roam fat and lazy, but the old spirit is still there, just as it was when the longhorns came up the trail from Texas, and the boys washed the creeks for gold. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: To a fool time brings only age not wisdom. To a fool time brings only age not wisdom. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: This is a story of an adventure in education, pursued not under the best of This is a story of an adventure in education, pursued not under the best of conditions. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He was realizing how cheap are the principles for which we do not have to He was realizing how cheap are the principles for which we do not have to fight, how easy it is to establish codes when all the while our freedom to talk had been fought and bled for by others. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: If at any time your Prince should pretend your position with him is sure, begin If at any time your Prince should pretend your position with him is sure, begin from that moment to feel unsure. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Often I hear people say they do not have time to read. That's absolute nonsense. Often I hear people say they do not have time to read. That's absolute nonsense. If one really wants to learn, one has to decide what is important. Spending an evening on the town? Attending a ball game? Or learning something that can be with you your life long. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Like I say, I killed a man or two but I'm no thief. My ma Like I say, I killed a man or two but I'm no thief. My ma raised me better. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Carryin' a gun is a chancy thing. Sooner or later a man is put in Carryin' a gun is a chancy thing. Sooner or later a man is put in a position to use it. And a body has to figure that if somebody packs iron he plans to use it when the time comes; and if he draws it out, he plans to shoot. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Robert Rodriguez Jr: The thing to remember when traveling is that the trail is the thing, not the The thing to remember when traveling is that the trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast and you will miss all that you are traveling for." -Louis L' Amour — Robert Rodriguez Jr
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: And then there's the gun itself. No man in his right mind will play with And then there's the gun itself. No man in his right mind will play with a gun. I've seen show-offs doing fancy spins and all that. No real gun-fighter ever did. With a hair-trigger, he'd be likely to blow a hole in his belly. The gun-fighter knows enough of guns to be wary of them. He treats them with respect. A pistol was never made for anything except killing, and a gunfighter never draws a gun unless to shoot, and he shoots to kill. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He'd had the foresight to know that a lot of the savages wear store-bought clothes. He'd had the foresight to know that a lot of the savages wear store-bought clothes. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The Bible, of course, for aside from religion there is much to be learned of The Bible, of course, for aside from religion there is much to be learned of men and their ways in the Bible. It is also a source of comments made of references and figures of speech. No man could consider himself educated without some knowledge of it. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: No memory is ever alone; it's at the end of a trail of memories, a No memory is ever alone; it's at the end of a trail of memories, a dozen trails that each have their own associations. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: She'd never been one to think in terms of years, anyway. A person was what She'd never been one to think in terms of years, anyway. A person was what they were, and many a man at forty was sixty in his ways and many another was twenty and would never grow past it. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The desert was a school, a school where each day, each hour, a final examination The desert was a school, a school where each day, each hour, a final examination was offered, where failure meant death and the buzzards landed to correct the papers. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Our libraries are not cloisters for an elite. They are for the people, and if Our libraries are not cloisters for an elite. They are for the people, and if they are not used, the fault belongs to those who do not take advantage of their wealth. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He had gathered about him what was considered by many to be the intellectual and He had gathered about him what was considered by many to be the intellectual and artistic elite ... actually, a group of bored men and libertines who were glib-tongued, talking much of art, literature, and music but without any deep-seated convictions upon any subject aside from their own prejudices. Mainly concerned with their own posturing, they were creatures of fad and whim, seizing upon this writer or that composer and exalting him to the skies until he bored them, then shifting to some other. Occasionally, the artist upon whom they lavished attention were of genuine ability, but more often they possessed some obscurity that gave the dilettantes an illusion of depth and quality. In the majority of cases what was fancied to be profound was simply bad writing, bad painting, or deliberately affected obscurity. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: From The Skull and the Arrow:The man went on until he saw the dark opening From The Skull and the Arrow:
The man went on until he saw the dark opening of a cave. He turned to it for shelter then, as men have always done. Though there are tents and wickiups, halls and palaces, in his direst need man always returns to the cave. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The mind gathers its grain in all fields, storing it against a time of need, The mind gathers its grain in all fields, storing it against a time of need, then suddenly it bursts into awareness, which men call inspiration or second sight or a gift. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: If you're going to be a writer, the first essential is just to write. Do If you're going to be a writer, the first essential is just to write. Do not wait for an idea. Start writing something and the ideas will come. You have to turn the faucet on before the water starts to flow. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: What we have most to fear, I believe, are those within our own borders who What we have most to fear, I believe, are those within our own borders who think less of country than of themselves, who are ambitious for money, for power, for land. Some of these men would subvert anything, anything at all, my dear sir, for their own profit. They would even twist the laws of their own country in their desire to acquire wealth or power. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It had been my father's way to remove obstructions, to repair washouts in old trails, It had been my father's way to remove obstructions, to repair washouts in old trails, to leave each trail better than he had found it. "Tread lightly on the paths," he had told me. "Others will come when you have gone."
That was how I would remember my father. There was never a place he walked that was not the better for his having passed. For every tree he cut down he planted two. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: A little rest and meditation often saves a lot of riding over rough country. A little rest and meditation often saves a lot of riding over rough country. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The Dutchman [Brannenburg] was hard ... he was stone. His brain was eroded granite where The Dutchman [Brannenburg] was hard ... he was stone. His brain was eroded granite where the few ideas he had carved deep their ruts of opinion. There was no way for another idea to seep in, no place for imagination, no place for dreams, none for compassion or mercy or even fear.
He knew no shadings of emotion, he knew no half-rights or half-wrongs or pity or excuse, nor had he any sense of pardon. The more I thought of him the more I knew he was not evil in himself, and he would have been shocked that anybody thought of him as evil. Shocked for a moment only, then he'd have shut the idea from his mind as nonsense. For the deepest groove worn into that granite brain was the one of his own rightness.
And that scared me. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: To be a man was to be responsible. It was as simple as that. To To be a man was to be responsible. It was as simple as that. To be a man was to build something, to try to make the world about him a bit easier to live in for himself and those who followed.
You could sneer at that, you could scoff, you could refuse to acknowledge it, but when it came right down to it, Conn decided it was the man who planted a tree, dug a well, or graded a road who mattered. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It is my privilege. It is so written. It is my privilege. It is so written. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Neither drink [coffee or tea] was known in Frankish lands, but seated in the coffeehouses, Neither drink [coffee or tea] was known in Frankish lands, but seated in the coffeehouses, I drank of each at various times, twirling my moustache and listening with attention to that headier draught, the wine of the intellect, that sweet and bitter juice distilled from the vine of thought and the tree of man's experience. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: We Sackett boys never killed anything we didn't need to eat unless it was coming We Sackett boys never killed anything we didn't need to eat unless it was coming at us. A mountain man tries to live with the country instead of against it. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: A writer's brain is like a magician's hat. If you're going to get anything out A writer's brain is like a magician's hat. If you're going to get anything out of it, you have to put something in it first — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: After a few days, I mused, I would have no trouble. Whoever heard of a After a few days, I mused, I would have no trouble. Whoever heard of a revolution of fat men? — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The wind was cold off the mountains and I was a naked man with enemies The wind was cold off the mountains and I was a naked man with enemies behind me, and nothing before me but hope. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Caution always, but when a man acts he should act suddenly and with decision. Caution always, but when a man acts he should act suddenly and with decision. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The door. Far down the street he could The door. Far down the street he could — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: It was a life that had left him rich in experience, but poor in goods It was a life that had left him rich in experience, but poor in goods of the world. The experience was the hard-fisted experience of cold winters, dry ranges, and the dusty bitterness — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: I wonder why it is the man who pleads for mercy never gives it. I wonder why it is the man who pleads for mercy never gives it. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The one law that does not change is that everything changes, and the hardship I The one law that does not change is that everything changes, and the hardship I was bearing today was only a breath away from the pleasures I would have tomorrow, and those pleasures would be all the richer because of the memories of this I was enduring. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Victory is not won in miles but in inches. Victory is not won in miles but in inches. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Once you have read a book you care about, some part of it is always Once you have read a book you care about, some part of it is always with you. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: She did not believe me. "You do not worship the Sun.""The sun gives life to She did not believe me. "You do not worship the Sun."
"The sun gives life to all things. Without the sun this would be a dark, dead world. Perhaps," I added, "the spirit we worship is the same, and only the names are different. The message from He who rules over us all may come to each people in a different way. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: A lady should be allowed to choose her comp'ny, an' should be treated like a A lady should be allowed to choose her comp'ny, an' should be treated like a lady until she shows she prefers different. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He revealed nothing. He nodded gravely. "I suppose it might be, ma'am, but I was He revealed nothing. He nodded gravely. "I suppose it might be, ma'am, but I was hired to do the job and take the risks." "Figured I'd offer," Thomas said, unwilling to let the matter drop. "You tell me what you figure to do, and I'll be glad to help." "Another time." The marshal tasted his coffee again and looked directly at the girl. "You are new in Sentinel. Will you be staying long?" "No." "Do you have relatives here?" "No." He waited, but no explanation was offered. Fitz Moore was puzzled and he studied her from the corners of his eyes. There was no sound in the room but the ticking of the big, old-fashioned clock. The girl sat very still, the delicate line of her profile bringing to him a faint, lost feeling, a nostalgia from his boyhood when such women as she rode to hounds, when there was perfume on the air, blue grass, picket fences ... — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: supreme test of all he would endure, without complaint, supreme test of all he would endure, without complaint, — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: What we did not possess we had to make for ourselves or learn to do What we did not possess we had to make for ourselves or learn to do without, but the little I learned helped me to build a defense against the change that time would surely bring, to teach me that to live was to change, and that change was the one irrevocable law. Nothing remained the same. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: No man is lost while he yet lives. No man is lost while he yet lives. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The clouds hung like dark, blowing tapestries in the gaps of the hills. The clouds hung like dark, blowing tapestries in the gaps of the hills. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: [Barnabas speaks] "I will drink water.""Water? But water is not fit for men to drink. [Barnabas speaks] "I will drink water."
"Water? But water is not fit for men to drink. For the cattle, for birds and beast, but a man needs ale ... or wine, if you are a Frenchman." [William answers] — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Considering it, he realized that somehow he never worried about Miriam, and that was wrong. Considering it, he realized that somehow he never worried about Miriam, and that was wrong. He did not worry about her because she seemed so self-sufficient, so strong. She was like their mother had been, only more so, much more so. But he felt it was wrong to think of a girl that way ... It was wrong for any man to consider a girl self-sufficient, for men wanted to do something for a woman and when there was nothing they could do, there was no place for love.
Love was, he suspected, much a matter of service. One loved and was loved, as one needed and was needed. Or so it seemed to him. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Bats and birds taken from those mountains Bats and birds taken from those mountains — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Any time a man comes along and says 'Indians' or 'Mexicans' or 'Englishmen' he's bound Any time a man comes along and says 'Indians' or 'Mexicans' or 'Englishmen' he's bound to be wrong. Each man is a person unto himself, and you'll find good, bad, and indifferent wherever you go. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: This here's a hard country. If a man ain't fit, he can't last - Kilkenny This here's a hard country. If a man ain't fit, he can't last - Kilkenny — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Can you see the future, Kerbouchard?""Who would wish to? Our lives hold a veil between Can you see the future, Kerbouchard?"
"Who would wish to? Our lives hold a veil between anticipation and horror. Anticipation is the carrot suspended before the jackass to keep him moving forward. Horror is what he would see if he took his eyes off the carrot. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Etienne De L'Amour: He had been diagnosed as suffering from atypical schizophrenia. Lord, how he hated that awful-sounding He had been diagnosed as suffering from atypical schizophrenia. Lord, how he hated that awful-sounding label. It conjured up visions of some deranged maniac escaped from a secure mental hospital. — Etienne De L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: I really learned how to write from Robert Louis Stevenson, Anthony Trollope, and de Maupassant. I really learned how to write from Robert Louis Stevenson, Anthony Trollope, and de Maupassant. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Adventure is just a romantic name for trouble. It sounds swell when you write about Adventure is just a romantic name for trouble. It sounds swell when you write about it, but it's hell when you meet it face to face in a dark and lonely place. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He is a fool who will descend into a well on another man's rope. He is a fool who will descend into a well on another man's rope. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: But even the law cannot be in your bedroom at night. But even the law cannot be in your bedroom at night. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Rachel L. Demeter: Amour de ma vie ... ton image hante mes nuits, me poursuit le jour, elle Amour de ma vie ... ton image hante mes nuits, me poursuit le jour, elle remplit ma vie .. Love of my life, your image haunts my nights, follows me all the day, fulfills my life. — Rachel L. Demeter
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Raindrops felt his cheeks with blind, questing fingers ... the black trunks of the trees Raindrops felt his cheeks with blind, questing fingers ... the black trunks of the trees were like iron bars against the gray of gathering pools. Radigan — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: When a man picks up a gun he picks up responsibility. He has a dangerous When a man picks up a gun he picks up responsibility. He has a dangerous weapon, and he'd better have coolness and discretion ... He'd better have judgment. That other man who wears a gun also has a family, a home, he has hopes, dreams, ambitions. If you're human, you must think of that. Nobody in his right mind takes a human life lightly. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The way I see it, every time a man gets up in the morning he The way I see it, every time a man gets up in the morning he starts his life over. Sure, the bills are there to pay, and the job is there to do, but you don't have to stay in a pattern. You can always start over, saddle a fresh horse and take another trail. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Etienne De L'Amour: The hidden economy [is] fed not by money and greed but by love, pure and The hidden economy [is] fed not by money and greed but by love, pure and simple. You see the best and truly golden opportunities do not arise to benefit oneself, but in order to benefit others. — Etienne De L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: All loose things seem to drift down to the sea, and so did I. All loose things seem to drift down to the sea, and so did I. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Andrew Goodman: We're taking requests from customers who are looking for certain used copies. We already found We're taking requests from customers who are looking for certain used copies. We already found 18 to 20 Louis L'Amour books that were on a customer's request list. — Andrew Goodman
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: To die is nothing. One is here, one is no longer here. It is only To die is nothing. One is here, one is no longer here. It is only at the end one must be able to say 'I was a man'. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: What people speak of as adventure is something nobody in his right mind would seek What people speak of as adventure is something nobody in his right mind would seek out, and it becomes romantic only when one is safely at home. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The Apache don't have a word for love," he said. "Know what they both say The Apache don't have a word for love," he said.
"Know what they both say at the marriage? The squaw-taking ceremony?"
"Tell me."
"Varlebena. It means forever. That's all they say. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: I have told many, yet when I go down that last trail, I know there I have told many, yet when I go down that last trail, I know there will be a thousand stories hammering at my skull, demanding to be told. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Knowledge is awareness, and to it there are many paths, not all of them paved Knowledge is awareness, and to it there are many paths, not all of them paved with logic. But sometimes one is guided through the maze by intuition. One is led by something felt in the wind, something seen in the stars, something that calls from the wasteland to the spirit.
To receive the message, the mental pores must be open. And we white men in striving for our success, in seeking to build a new world from what lies around us, sometimes forget that there are other ways, sometimes forget the Lonesome Gods of the far places, the gods who live on the empty sea, who dance with the dust devils and who wait quietly in the shadows under the cliffs where ancient men once marked their passing with hands. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: One learns to adapt to the land in which one lives. One learns to adapt to the land in which one lives. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Trail dust is thicker'n blood ... Trail dust is thicker'n blood ... — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Who might have ventured into the Strip were usually warned in time and rode away Who might have ventured into the Strip were usually warned in time and rode away to more tolerant — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: As the days went by, I began to see this girl I had married was As the days went by, I began to see this girl I had married was even more than I had suspected and in every way. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: My future is one I must make myself. My future is one I must make myself. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Women! He thought, who could ever figure them out? No matter what a man said, Women! He thought, who could ever figure them out? No matter what a man said, he was always in the wrong. There was no logic in them. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: He had no love for sleeping inside and wanted his horse near him. There was He had no love for sleeping inside and wanted his horse near him. There was something about lying under the stars that was conducive to thought, and he had some thinking to do. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Etienne De L'Amour: For the most part, what we think of as 'I' is nothing more than a For the most part, what we think of as 'I' is nothing more than a whole heap of conditioning. — Etienne De L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The more one learns, the more he understands his ignorance. The more one learns, the more he understands his ignorance. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: in a mighty hurry - both of 'em. in a mighty hurry - both of 'em. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: The buzzards were neutral. No matter who won down there, they would win. They had The buzzards were neutral. No matter who won down there, they would win. They had but to wait. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: A family is a place where a body can share the no-account things, can talk A family is a place where a body can share the no-account things, can talk of the little matters important only to ourselves, where we can laugh and cry and tell of the day-by-day happenings and then forget them. — Louis L'Amour
L Amour Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Shut up!" Joe's tone was ugly. "If you ain't willing to try, you can go Shut up!" Joe's tone was ugly. "If you ain't willing to try, you can go to hell. — Louis L'Amour