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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The promise, made when I am in love, to be true to the beloved as The promise, made when I am in love, to be true to the beloved as long as I live, commits me to being true even if I cease to be in love. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: And, has thou slain the Jabberwock? Come to my arms, my beamish boy! O frabjous And, has thou slain the Jabberwock? Come to my arms, my beamish boy! O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! He chortled in his joy. — Lewis Carroll
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis H. Lapham: In the garden of tabloid delight, there is always a clean towel and another song. In the garden of tabloid delight, there is always a clean towel and another song. — Lewis H. Lapham
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: To what will you look for help if you will not look to that which To what will you look for help if you will not look to that which is stronger than yourself? — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: Am I mad?" "I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers! But I'll tell you a secret Am I mad?"
"I'm afraid so. You're entirely bonkers! But I'll tell you a secret ... all of the best people are! — Lewis Carroll
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Lewis Sayings By Sinclair Lewis: If that woman is on the side of the angels, then I have no choice; If that woman is on the side of the angels, then I have no choice; I must be on the side of the devil. — Sinclair Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Meriwether Lewis: Great numbers of the Indians pass our camp on their hunting excursions: the day was Great numbers of the Indians pass our camp on their hunting excursions: the day was clear and pleasant, but last night was very cold and there was a white frost. — Meriwether Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: Either the well was very deep, or she fell very slowly, for she had plenty Either the well was very deep, or she fell very slowly, for she had plenty of time as she went down to look about her, and to wonder what was going to happen next. First, she tried to look down and make out what she was coming to, but it was too dark to see anything: then she looked at the sides of the well, and noticed that they were filled with cupboards and book-shelves: here and there she saw maps and pictures hung upon pegs. She took down a jar from one of the shelves as she passed: it was labelled "ORANGE MARMALADE," but to her great disappointment it was empty: she did not like to drop the jar, for fear of killing somebody underneath, so managed to put it into one of the cupboards as she fell past it. — Lewis Carroll
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: They tell you sex has become a mess because it was hushed up. But for They tell you sex has become a mess because it was hushed up. But for the last twenty years it has not been hushed up. It has been chattered about all day long. Yet it is still in a mess. If hushing up had been the cause of the trouble, ventilation would have set it right. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The proper good of a creature is to surrender itself to its Creator - to The proper good of a creature is to surrender itself to its Creator - to enact intellectually, volitionally, and emotionally, that relationship which is given in the mere fact of its being a creature. When it does so, it is good and happy. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis B. Hershey: When we know as much about people as hog specialists know about hogs, we'll be When we know as much about people as hog specialists know about hogs, we'll be better off. — Lewis B. Hershey
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Lewis Sayings By Matthew Lewis: I've got my life and 'Harry Potter,' where I travel the world, I make films, I've got my life and 'Harry Potter,' where I travel the world, I make films, I meet amazing people, I do press junkets and stuff. And then I go back home to Leeds, where I live, and I've got the same friends from before. — Matthew Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis H. Lapham: Since the eighteenth century the immense expansion of the worlds wealth has come about as Since the eighteenth century the immense expansion of the worlds wealth has come about as a result of a correspondingly immense expansion of credit, which in turn has demanded increasingly stupendous suspensions of disbelief. — Lewis H. Lapham
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Heaven offers nothing that a mercenary soul can desire. Heaven offers nothing that a mercenary soul can desire. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: Microsoft was twelve years old before people started talking about Microsoft millionaires; Netscape was one Microsoft was twelve years old before people started talking about Microsoft millionaires; Netscape was one and a half. — Michael Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Carl Lewis: I found the emotion that as an athlete you block out, and it really helped I found the emotion that as an athlete you block out, and it really helped me to understand myself as a person. I'm a really emotional person and it helped make me a better person. — Carl Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Sinclair Lewis: He called himself an "agnostic" instead of an "atheist" only because he detested the street-bawling, He called himself an "agnostic" instead of an "atheist" only because he detested the street-bawling, tract-peddling evangelicism of the professional atheists. — Sinclair Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: A Schwalling is when he does something unintentionally idiotic that makes him look stupid, A Schwalling is when he does something unintentionally idiotic that makes him look stupid, — Michael Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: When a willing victim who had committed no treachery was killed in a traitor's stead, When a willing victim who had committed no treachery was killed in a traitor's stead, the Table would crack and Death itself would start working backward. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Steven Pinker: Lewis Richardson wrote that his quest to analyze peace with numbers sprang from two prejudices. Lewis Richardson wrote that his quest to analyze peace with numbers sprang from two prejudices. As a Quaker, he believed that "the moral evil in war outweighs the moral good, although the latter is conspicuous." As a scientist, he thought there was too much moralizing about war and not enough knowledge. "For indignation is so easy and satisfying a mood that it is apt to prevent one from attending to any facts that oppose it. If the reader should object that I have abandoned ethics for the false doctrine that 'tout comprendre c'est tout pardonner' [to understand all is to forgive all], I can reply that it is only a temporary suspense of ethical judgment, made because 'beaucoup condamner c'est peu comprendre' [to condemn much is to understand little]." (p. 200) — Steven Pinker
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: In her also I found what I liked best - an unfailing, kindly welcome without In her also I found what I liked best - an unfailing, kindly welcome without a hint of sentimentality, unruffled good sense, the unobtrusive talent for making all things at all times as cheerful and comfortable as circumstances allowed. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: A tale begun in other days,When summer suns were glowing -A simple chime, that served A tale begun in other days,
When summer suns were glowing -
A simple chime, that served to time
The rhythm of your rowing -
Whose echoes live in memory yet,
Though envious years would say 'forget. — Lewis Carroll
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: I dread specialists in power because they are specialists speaking outside of their special subject. I dread specialists in power because they are specialists speaking outside of their special subject. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Jenny Lewis: I'm a pretty terrible rapper. I always have been. I'm a pretty terrible rapper. I always have been. — Jenny Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis B. Smedes: The longer we hate, the harder it is to heal us. The longer we hate, the harder it is to heal us. — Lewis B. Smedes
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Lewis Sayings By Jon S. Lewis: Look what the cat dragged in," Ms. Skoglund said. "Were you waylaid by all your Look what the cat dragged in," Ms. Skoglund said. "Were you waylaid by all your female admirers?"
"It's nothing like that," the boy said. "Besides, you know I only have eyes for you."
"Sure you do," Ms. Skoglund said. "I mean, why bother with one of those skinny little things your age when you can go for someone who's trying to lose another thirty pounds before her twenty-year class reunion next summer? That makes sense. — Jon S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Could one start a Stagnation Party-which at General Elections would boast that during its term Could one start a Stagnation Party-which at General Elections would boast that during its term of office no event of the least importance had taken place? — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: When an American declares bankruptcy, when he hits bottom, he can reinvent himself. There's a When an American declares bankruptcy, when he hits bottom, he can reinvent himself. There's a story he can tell. We tolerate reinvention. We encourage reinvention. That's what this country has that Europe does not. It's not just a crisis; it's an opportunity. — Michael Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: 'The Lion' all began with a picture of a faun carrying an umbrella and parcels 'The Lion' all began with a picture of a faun carrying an umbrella and parcels in a snowy wood. This picture had been in my mind since I was about sixteen. Then one day, when I was about forty, I said to myself, 'Let's try to make a story about it.' — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: One of the most dangerous errors is that civilization is automatically bound to increase and One of the most dangerous errors is that civilization is automatically bound to increase and spread. The lesson of history is the opposite; civilization is a rarity, attained with difficulty and easily lost. The normal state of humanity is barbarism, just as the normal surface of the planet is salt water. Land looms large in our imagination and civilization in history books, only because sea and savagery are to us less interesting. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The fatal false step which, once taken, would thrust her down into the terrible slavery The fatal false step which, once taken, would thrust her down into the terrible slavery of appetite and hate and economics and government which our race knows so well. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Thomas: Cats - a standing rebuke to behavioural scientists ... least human of all creatures. Cats - a standing rebuke to behavioural scientists ... least human of all creatures. — Lewis Thomas
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: And in truth (as I now see) I had the wish to put off my And in truth (as I now see) I had the wish to put off my journey as long as I could. Not for any peril or labour it might cost; but because I could see nothing in the whole world for me to do once it was accomplished. AS long as this act lay before me, there was, as it were, some barrier between me and the dead desert which the rest of my life must be. — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Jerry Lewis: The day you're born, you get the pink slip on YOU. Outright ownership. You must The day you're born, you get the pink slip on YOU. Outright ownership. You must only share that life with those that you and only you choose. — Jerry Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: We have nothing, if not belief We have nothing, if not belief — C.S. Lewis
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Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: Once she remembered trying to box her own ears for having cheated herself in a Once she remembered trying to box her own ears for having cheated herself in a game of croquet she was playing against herself, for this curious child was very fond of pretending to be two people. — Lewis Carroll
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Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: After the war Avi, by then twenty-two years old, finally decided what he would study: After the war Avi, by then twenty-two years old, finally decided what he would study: psychology. Had you asked him just then why he picked psychology, "I would say I want to understand the human soul. Not the mind. The soul. — Michael Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. — Lewis Carroll
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Pilate was merciful till it became risky. Pilate was merciful till it became risky. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Carl Lewis: I'm a fast learner. I may not run as fast as I used to, but I'm a fast learner. I may not run as fast as I used to, but I think I still learn as fast. — Carl Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Buzz Aldrin: Who put their foot in the Missouri River first: Lewis or Clark? Who cares! Who put their foot in the Missouri River first: Lewis or Clark? Who cares! — Buzz Aldrin
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The creature was there, a curiously shaped creature no doubt, but all loathing had vanished The creature was there, a curiously shaped creature no doubt, but all loathing had vanished clean out of his mind, so that neither then nor at any other time could he remember it, nor ever understand again why one should quarrel with an animal for having more legs or eyes than oneself. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Dream Hampton: Curator Shantrelle P. Lewis left for Amsterdam an Andy Warhol fellow, and came back with Curator Shantrelle P. Lewis left for Amsterdam an Andy Warhol fellow, and came back with a film in her pocket. Please support this confrontation of the Netherlands' violently passive aggressive racist traditions, by an American Southern, aggressive aggressive. She's a top notch thinker and lover of questions ... — Dream Hampton
Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: Best of all, he gave us a rule of thumb about information in the markets Best of all, he gave us a rule of thumb about information in the markets that I later found useful: "Those who say don't know, and those who know don't say. — Michael Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis H. Lapham: If we could let go of our faith in money, who knows what we might If we could let go of our faith in money, who knows what we might put in its place? — Lewis H. Lapham
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: But why, ... if you have a serious comment to make on the real life But why, ... if you have a serious comment to make on the real life of men, must you do it by talking about a phantasmagoric never-never land of your own? Because, I take it, one of the main things the author wants to say is that the real life of men is of that mythical and heroic quality. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Wyndham Lewis: When we say 'science' we can either mean any manipulation of the inventive and organizing When we say 'science' we can either mean any manipulation of the inventive and organizing power of the human intellect: or we can mean such an extremely different thing as the religion of science, the vulgarized derivative from this pure activity manipulated by a sort of priestcraft into a great religious and political weapon. — Wyndham Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Juliette Lewis: I'm less of a straight-up, traditional vocalist. I'm less of a straight-up, traditional vocalist. — Juliette Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Blake Lewis: This is for all you kids out there watching TV, when you should go open This is for all you kids out there watching TV, when you should go open a book. Haha. — Blake Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The good man's past begins to change so that his forgiven sins and remembered sorrows The good man's past begins to change so that his forgiven sins and remembered sorrows take on the quality of Heaven. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Mumford: Unfortunately, once an economy is geared to expansion, the means rapidly turn into an end Unfortunately, once an economy is geared to expansion, the means rapidly turn into an end and "the going becomes the goal." Even more unfortunately, the industries that are favored by such expansion must, to maintain their output, be devoted to goods that are readily consumable either by their nature, or because they are so shoddily fabricated that they must soon be replaced. By fashion and built-in obsolescence the economies of machine production, instead of producing leisure and durable wealth, are duly cancelled out by the mandatory consumption on an even larger scale. — Lewis Mumford
Lewis Sayings By Blake Lewis: I get scared because I regard women as the most beautiful creatures in the world. I get scared because I regard women as the most beautiful creatures in the world. — Blake Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Beth Lewis: I didn't take well to pitying yourself. It weren't worth the effort or time and I didn't take well to pitying yourself. It weren't worth the effort or time and it pissed people off. — Beth Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: All Joy reminds. It is never a possession, always a desire for something longer ago All Joy reminds. It is never a possession, always a desire for something longer ago or further away or still 'about to be'. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Buzbee: Watching a scene from a film in slow motion is possible, but there's an unreal Watching a scene from a film in slow motion is possible, but there's an unreal air to it; reading a passage from a book slowly does nothing to rob the words of their power. A film presents images; a book creates images inside the reader, with the reader's active participation. Books are good for your brain. — Lewis Buzbee
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: The fundamental laws are in the long run merely statements that every event is itself The fundamental laws are in the long run merely statements that every event is itself and not some different event. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: When the subject is sacred, proud and clever men may come to think that the When the subject is sacred, proud and clever men may come to think that the outsiders who don't know it are not merely inferior to them in skill but lower in God's eyes; as the priests said, 'All that rabble who are not experts in the Torah are accursed.' and as this pride increases, the 'subject' or study which confers such privilege will grow more and more complicated, the list of things forbidden will increase, till to get through a single day without supposed sin becomes like an elaborate step-dance, and this horrible network breeds self-righteousness in some and haunting anxiety in others. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: No man who says, 'I'm as good as you,' believes it. He would not say No man who says, 'I'm as good as you,' believes it. He would not say it if he did. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Come and help to carry the tray down and we'll have breakfast. What a mercy Come and help to carry the tray down and we'll have breakfast. What a mercy I thought of bringing the breadknife. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Disobedience to conscience is voluntary; bad poetry, on the other hand, is usually not made Disobedience to conscience is voluntary; bad poetry, on the other hand, is usually not made on purpose. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Logic!" said the Professor half to himself. "Why don't they teach logic at these schools? Logic!" said the Professor half to himself. "Why don't they teach logic at these schools? There are only three possibilities. Either your sister is telling lies, or she is mad, or she is
telling the truth. You know she doesn't tell lies and it is obvious that she is not mad. For the moment then and unless any further evidence turns up, we must assume that she is telling the truth. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Anonymous: C.S. Lewis's Abolition of Man (Appendix). There he lists various universally recognized moral laws and C.S. Lewis's Abolition of Man (Appendix). There he lists various universally recognized moral laws and virtues - impartial justice, truthfulness, kindness, mercy, marital fidelity, respect for human life. They have been regarded as true for all from ancient Babylon and Greece to Native America, from Jews and Christians to Hindus and Confucians. — Anonymous
Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: The world clings to its old mental picture of the stock market because it's comforting; The world clings to its old mental picture of the stock market because it's comforting; because it's so hard to draw a picture of what has replaced it; and because the few people able to draw it for you have no interest in doing so. — Michael Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Matthew Lewis: If someone wants to employ me, whoever wants to employ me, I'll go and do If someone wants to employ me, whoever wants to employ me, I'll go and do that. I just want to work. — Matthew Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Matthew Lewis: I started to see acting as a real science. That really helped me grow as I started to see acting as a real science. That really helped me grow as an actor. — Matthew Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: In winter, when the fields are white, I sing this song for your delight - In winter, when the fields are white, I sing this song for your delight - — Lewis Carroll
Lewis Sayings By Cassandra Clare: The warlock's gaze, on the flames, was remote and distant, as if he were looking The warlock's gaze, on the flames, was remote and distant, as if he were looking back into the past. Simon couldn't help but remember what Magnus had said to him once, about living forever:
Someday you and I will be the only two left. — Cassandra Clare
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Black: I love anything that gets me outside of my own head. I love anything that gets me outside of my own head. — Lewis Black
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Thomas: Ants are more like the parts of an animal than entities on their own. They Ants are more like the parts of an animal than entities on their own. They are mobile cells, circulating through a dense connective tissue of other ants in a matrix of twigs. The circuits are so intimately interwoven that the anthill meets all the essential criteria of an organism. — Lewis Thomas
Lewis Sayings By Lewis H. Lapham: Unlike every other nation in the world, the United States defines itself as a hypothesis Unlike every other nation in the world, the United States defines itself as a hypothesis and constitutes itself as an argument. — Lewis H. Lapham
Lewis Sayings By Ron Lewis: Without significant reform, the Social Security Administration will be legally and financially unable to pay Without significant reform, the Social Security Administration will be legally and financially unable to pay full promised benefits within a generation. — Ron Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Every natural love will rise again and live forever in this country: but none will Every natural love will rise again and live forever in this country: but none will rise again until it has been buried. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Martin Lewis Perl: There were two free public libraries within walking distance of my home; I remember taking There were two free public libraries within walking distance of my home; I remember taking six books home from every visit, the limit set by the library. — Martin Lewis Perl
Lewis Sayings By Wyndham Lewis: It is more comfortable for me, in the long run, to be rude than polite. It is more comfortable for me, in the long run, to be rude than polite. — Wyndham Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Cynthia Lewis: Every time you swim out to the rock, it gets a little closer. Every time you swim out to the rock, it gets a little closer. — Cynthia Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: We do not see into men's hearts. We cannot judge, and are indeed forbidden to We do not see into men's hearts. We cannot judge, and are indeed forbidden to judge. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Jordan doesn't really care about the blood," Simon said now. "His whole thing is about Jordan doesn't really care about the blood," Simon said now. "His whole thing is about me being comfortable with what I am. Get in touch with your inner vampire, blah, blah."
Clary slid in next to him onto the bed and hugged a pillow. "Is your inner vampire different from your ... outer vampire?"
"Definitely. He wants me to wear midriff-baring shirts and a fedora. I'm fighting it."
Clary smiled faintly. "So your inner vampire is Magnus? — Cassandra Clare
Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: The triple-A tranches all traded at one price, the triple-B tranches all traded at another, The triple-A tranches all traded at one price, the triple-B tranches all traded at another, even though there were important differences from one triple-B tranche to another. As the bonds were all priced off the Moody's rating, the most overpriced bonds were the bonds that had been most ineptly rated. And the bonds that had been most ineptly rated were the bonds that Wall Street firms had tricked the rating agencies into rating most ineptly. "I cannot fucking believe this is allowed," said Eisman. — Michael Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Ray Lewis: I don't know a man on this Earth who can outwork me. I don't know a man on this Earth who can outwork me. — Ray Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Baltz: I believed it was necessary to investigate photography, dismantle it, jettison all the non-essential components, I believed it was necessary to investigate photography, dismantle it, jettison all the non-essential components, and begin again with a stripped down but more powerful idea of what is, or could be photographic. — Lewis Baltz
Lewis Sayings By James R. Lewis: The Christian Bible offers some 300 references to Angels. The Christian Bible offers some 300 references to Angels. — James R. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: But in general, take my advice, when you meet anything that is going to be But in general, take my advice, when you meet anything that is going to be Human and isn't yet, or used to be Human once and isn't now, or ought to be Human and isn't, you keep your eyes on it and feel for your hatchet. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Carroll: I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get to the top of that hill: and here's a path that leads straight to it - at least, no it doesn't do that - " (after going a few yards along the path, and turning several sharp corners), "but I suppose it will at last. But how curiously it twists! It's more like a corkscrew than a path! Well, this turn goes to the hill, I suppose - no, it doesn't! This goes straight back to the house! Well then, I'll try it the other way." And so she did: wandering up and down, and trying turn after turn, but always coming back to the house, do what she would. Indeed, once, when she turned a corner rather more quickly than usual, she ran against it before she could stop herself. — Lewis Carroll
Lewis Sayings By Michael Lewis: What happens when we acknowledge the sovereignty and power of God without trusting in His What happens when we acknowledge the sovereignty and power of God without trusting in His goodness and faithfulness? A pitcher who saw God's power behind his extremely unlikely rise to the big leagues wondered if, at any difficulty he encountered there, God might be taking his ability away. — Michael Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Brad Alan Lewis: I led by three or four feet, with Biggy (John Biglow) surging closer on each I led by three or four feet, with Biggy (John Biglow) surging closer on each stroke. I hated him in those last few seconds; he was the only reason my guts were being strewn over the water like an oil slick ... I pressed one last time, and looked at the finish-line flagman. In that instant the flag jumped down and then up. The up stroke, identifying the second place finisher, was for me. John Biglow was the victor. I stared into the green-brown water watching my bloody soul drop through the depths, slowly rocking back and forth, occasionally glinting in the light, and then finally disappearing. — Brad Alan Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Sherri L. Lewis: A lot of churches and church people give God a bad name. There's a scripture A lot of churches and church people give God a bad name. There's a scripture in the Bible that says the traditions of men make the word of God of none effect. That's so true. All our religious rituals dilute the reality of who God is and make a lot of people not want to have anything to do with Him. I had to learn to reject 'Churchianity' and not Christianity. — Sherri L. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: To excuse what can really produce good excuses is not Christian charity; it is only To excuse what can really produce good excuses is not Christian charity; it is only fairness. To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable in you. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis Black: Pursue whatever it is that you want to do with your life. It is the Pursue whatever it is that you want to do with your life. It is the only secret to happiness that I know except for maybe true love, that and maybe having the amazing health insurance plan that our congressmen have. — Lewis Black
Lewis Sayings By Jack Lewis Baillot: I'm not looking for clothes," Peter quickly explained, hoping she might like him better if I'm not looking for clothes," Peter quickly explained, hoping she might like him better if she knew he hadn't come to invade her neatly folded shirts.
"That's a shame" the woman said. — Jack Lewis Baillot
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: There is nothing like suspense and anxiety for barricading a human's mind against the Enemy. There is nothing like suspense and anxiety for barricading a human's mind against the Enemy. He wants men to be concerned with what they do; our business is to keep them thinking about what will happen to them. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Wyndham Lewis: The male has been persuaded to assume a certain onerous and disagreeable role with the The male has been persuaded to assume a certain onerous and disagreeable role with the promise of rewards
material and psychological. Women may in the first place even have put it into his head. BE A MAN! may have been, metaphorically, what Eve uttered at the critical moment in the garden of Eden. — Wyndham Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Judith Lewis Herman: As long as fathers rule but do not nurture, as long as mothers nurture but As long as fathers rule but do not nurture, as long as mothers nurture but do not rule, the conditions favoring the development of father-daughter incest will prevail. — Judith Lewis Herman
Lewis Sayings By Meriwether Lewis: We had high and boisterous winds last night and this morning: the Indians continue to We had high and boisterous winds last night and this morning: the Indians continue to purchase repairs with grain of different kinds. — Meriwether Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: As in arithmetic-there is only one right answer to a sum, and all other answers As in arithmetic-there is only one right answer to a sum, and all other answers are wrong; but some answers are much nearer being right than others. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Theresa Lewis: Some things in life that we make so complicated really aren't that complicated at all. Some things in life that we make so complicated really aren't that complicated at all. During one of the most difficult moments in my life, I asked God "what do you want me to do now?" And without warning the answer came so clearly. He replied, "Live" Let go of your past and learn to love again. Increase your faith in me and stop fearing the unknown. Vision your life as it should be and pursue it with passion. Enjoy every moment you have as if it were your last. — Theresa Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Prayer in the sense of petition, asking for things, is a small part of it; Prayer in the sense of petition, asking for things, is a small part of it; confession and penitence are its threshold, adoration its sanctuary, the presence and vision and enjoyment of God its bread and wine. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By C.S. Lewis: I do not think either virginity or old age contemptible, and some of the shrewdest I do not think either virginity or old age contemptible, and some of the shrewdest minds I have met inhabited the bodies of old maids. — C.S. Lewis
Lewis Sayings By Lewis H. Lapham: The genius of capitalism consists precisely in its lack of morality. Unless he is rich The genius of capitalism consists precisely in its lack of morality. Unless he is rich enough to hire his own choir, a capitalist is a fellow who, by definition, can ill afford to believe in anything other than the doctrine of the bottom line. Deprive a capitalist of his God-given right to lie and cheat and steal, and the poor sap stands a better than even chance of becoming one of the abominable wards of the state from whose grimy fingers the Reagan Administration hopes to snatch the ark of democracy. — Lewis H. Lapham
Lewis Sayings By Ray Lewis: I don't care where we're going; I'm gonna wear a suit all day, every day. I don't care where we're going; I'm gonna wear a suit all day, every day. — Ray Lewis