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Life Of A Man Sayings By Billy Graham: While the West had lulled itself to sleep with the comforting doctrine of man's achievements, While the West had lulled itself to sleep with the comforting doctrine of man's achievements, a great revolution had been in progress in Russia. The hammer pounded and the sickle gleaned until a new social order called Communism emerged as one of the most powerful ideologies of all time. It challenged every concept man had ever held. It threatened the life of the whole world. It became the greatest challenge Christianity had faced in 2,000 years. It was a fanatic religion that asked questions and demanded answers. — Billy Graham
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: Spinoza writes, A free man, that is to say, a man who lives according to Spinoza writes, A free man, that is to say, a man who lives according to the dictates of reason alone, is not led by fear of death, but directly desires the good, that is to say, desires to act, and to preserve his being in accordance with the principle of seeking his own profit. He thinks, therefore, of nothing less than death, and his wisdom is a meditation upon life. — Ruth Ozeki
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Christopher Dorner: I'm not an aspiring rapper, I'm not a gang member, I'm not a dope dealer, I'm not an aspiring rapper, I'm not a gang member, I'm not a dope dealer, I don't have multiple babies momma's. I am an American by choice, I am a son, I am a brother, I am a military service member, I am a man who has lost complete faith in the system, when the system betrayed, slandered, and libeled me. I lived a good life and though not a religious man I always stuck to my own personal code of ethics, ethos and always stuck to my shoreline and true North. I didn't need the US Navy to instill Honor, Courage, and Commitment in me but I thank them for re-enforcing it. It's in my DNA. — Christopher Dorner
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Henri Lefebvre: A magnificient life is waiting just around the corner, and far, far away. It is A magnificient life is waiting just around the corner, and far, far away. It is waiting like the cake is waiting when there's butter, milk, flour and sugar. This is the realm of freedom. It is an empty realm. Here man's maginificent power over nature has left him alone with himself, powerless. It is the boredom of youth without a future. — Henri Lefebvre
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Toni Blake: This was maybe the first time she'd done it when she'd felt the true intimacy This was maybe the first time she'd done it when she'd felt the true intimacy of it. The first time she'd done it because she wanted to express her feelings for a guy in some new way she hadn't before. The first time it meant something.
The fact was, sex with a man she cared for was making all other sex pale in comparison. No wonder sex with Mike had been the best of her life from the very start - caring for him had been ... destiny.
Destiny in Destiny. — Toni Blake
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Winston Churchill: I now began for the first time to envy those young cubs at the university I now began for the first time to envy those young cubs at the university who had fine scholars to tell them what was what; professors who had devoted their lives to mastering and focusing ideas in every branch of learning; who were eager to distribute the treasures they had gathered before they were overtaken by the night. But now I pity undergraduates, when I see what frivolous lives many of them lead in the midst of precious fleeting opportunity. After all, a man's Life must be nailed to a cross either of Thought or Action. Without work there is no play. — Winston Churchill
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Good Lord, only a moment of bliss? Isn't such a moment sufficient for the whole Good Lord, only a moment of bliss? Isn't such a moment sufficient for the whole of a man's life? — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Brenda Niall: It was said that his decision to have his papers burnt was a defence against It was said that his decision to have his papers burnt was a defence against biographers. He had read a life of one of the archbishops of Dublin, Dr William Walsh, and thought it a travesty of the man he had known. No one would do that to him; no one would analyse the mind and heart of Daniel Mannix. It would be bad enough if they got it wrong. And for him, it might have been almost as bad if they got it right. — Brenda Niall
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Theodore Roosevelt: Criticism is necessary and useful; it is often indispensable; but it can never take the Criticism is necessary and useful; it is often indispensable; but it can never take the place of action, or be even a poor substitute for it. The function of the mere critic is of very subordinate usefulness. It is the doer of deeds who actually counts in the battle for life, and not the man who looks on and says how the fight ought to be fought, without himself sharing the stress and the danger. — Theodore Roosevelt
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Life Of A Man Sayings By S.I. Hayakawa: If a man were to spend years of his life trying to discover the chemical If a man were to spend years of his life trying to discover the chemical constituency of salt water without bothering to find out what has already been said on the subject in any elementary chemistry book, we should say that he was making very imperfect use of the resources available to us. Similarly, can it not be said that people, worrying themselves sick over their individual frustrations, constantly suffering from petty irritations and hypertensions, are making extremely imperfect use of the available human resources of adjustment when they fail to strengthen and quiet themselves through contact with literature, music, painting, and the other arts? — S.I. Hayakawa
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Napoleon Bonaparte: A man made for public life and authority never takes account of personalities; he only A man made for public life and authority never takes account of personalities; he only takes account of things, of their weight and their conseqences. — Napoleon Bonaparte
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: You must know that there is nothing higher and stronger and more wholesome and good You must know that there is nothing higher and stronger and more wholesome and good for life in the future than some good memory, especially a memory of childhood, of home. People talk to you a great deal about your education, but some good, sacred memory, preserved from childhood, is perhaps the best education. If a man carries many such memories with him into life, he is safe to the end of his days, and if one has only one good memory left in one's heart, even that may sometime be the means of saving us. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Jess Walter: mother: a man wants many things in life, but when one of them is also mother: a man wants many things in life, but when one of them is also the right thing, he would be a fool not to choose it. Pasquale waited until the — Jess Walter
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Rob Manuel: It takes minutes to play, but 'Unmanned' sticks with you for long after the credits It takes minutes to play, but 'Unmanned' sticks with you for long after the credits roll. As a part of a two-man team for an unarmed drone, you experience one day in the life of this man who's tired of staring through the camera of a drone flying around the Middle East and keeping his finger on the trigger. — Rob Manuel
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I suffer whenever I see that common sight of a parent or senior imposing his I suffer whenever I see that common sight of a parent or senior imposing his opinion and way of thinking and being on a young soul to which they are totally unfit. Cannot we let people be themselves, and enjoy life in their own way? You are trying to make that man another you. One's enough. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Stan Sudan: The secret of wisdom is to be overly curious, like a cat--to take the time The secret of wisdom is to be overly curious, like a cat--to take the time to look closely, to use all your senses to see and to touch and to taste and to smell and to hear, and to die because you were overly curious. To keep on wondering...about the afterlife. That is our only mission. Only one. If we don't wonder, then we will never, ever be curious. Then, if like the cat, you wondered too far...you simply no longer will have to ever wonder again. Your mission will be fulfilled. All because of curiosity.

--from The Wise-ass Man who butchered Eve Merriam's wisdom...and Her Secret — Stan Sudan
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Mary Balogh: But they are good hands," he said, holding them up in the space between them, But they are good hands," he said, holding them up in the space between them, palms toward her. Slim hands, slender fingers, gold rings on four of them. Three of those fingertips had felled a man and left him gasping for survival. "They will protect you all the rest of my life and never hurt you. They will hold you and bring you comfort when you need it. They will hold our children. They will caress you and bring you pleasure. Come. Lie down on the bed." Our — Mary Balogh
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Mahatma Gandhi: To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary To deprive a man of his natural liberty and to deny to him the ordinary amenities of life is worse then starving the body; it is starvation of the soul, the dweller in the body. — Mahatma Gandhi
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Samuel Smiles: Thus the brave and aspiring life of one man lights a flame in the minds Thus the brave and aspiring life of one man lights a flame in the minds of others of like faculties and impulse; and where there is equally vigorous effort, like distinction and success will almost surely follow. Thus the chain of example is carried down through time in an endless succession of links
admiration exciting imitation, and perpetuating the true aristocracy of genius. — Samuel Smiles
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Paulo Coelho: The Marquis De Sade said that the most important experiences a man can have are The Marquis De Sade said that the most important experiences a man can have are those that take him to the very limit; that is the only way we learn, because it requires all our courage. When a boss humiliates an employee, or a man humiliates his wife, he is merely being cowardly or taking his revenge on life, they are people who have never dared to look into the depths of their soul, never attempted to know the origin of that desire to unleash the wild beast, or to understand that sex, pain and love are all extreme experiences. Only those who know those frontiers know life; everything else is just passing the time, repeating the same tasks, growing old and dying without ever having discovered what we are doing here. — Paulo Coelho
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Charles Kingsley: Never trample on any soul though it may be lying in the veriest mire; for Never trample on any soul though it may be lying in the veriest mire; for that last spark of self-respect is its only hope, its only chance; the last seed of a new and better life: the voice of God that whispers to it: You are not what you ought to be, and you are not what you can be. You are still God's child, still an immortal soul. You may rise yet. and fight a good fight yet, and be a man once more, after the likeness of God who made you, and Christ who died for you! — Charles Kingsley
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Chanakya: The life of an uneducated man is as useless as the tail of a dog The life of an uneducated man is as useless as the tail of a dog which neither covers it's rear end, nor protects it from the bites of insects. — Chanakya
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Teresa Medeiros: I see a man," she said softly. "A man with the roar of cannons still I see a man," she said softly. "A man with the roar of cannons still ringing in his ears. A man bloodied by life, but not beaten. A man with a scar that draws his mouth into a frown when he might actually long to smile. — Teresa Medeiros
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Louis-Ferdinand Celine: The worst part is wondering how you'll find the strength tomorrowto go on doing what The worst part is wondering how you'll find the strength tomorrow
to go on doing what you did today and have been doing for much
too long, where you'll find the strength for all that stupid running around, those projects that come to nothing, those attempts to escape from crushing necessity, which always founder and serve only to convince you one more time that destiny is implacable, that every night will find you down and out, crushed by the dread of more and more sordid and insecure tomorrows. And maybe it's treacherous old age coming on, threatening the worst. Not much music left inside us for life to dance to. Our youth has gone to the ends of the earth to die in the silence of the truth. And where, I ask you, can a man escape to, when he hasn't enough madness left inside him? The truth is an endless death agony. The truth is death. You have to choose: death or lies. I've never been able to kill myself. — Louis-Ferdinand Celine
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: Come, then, thou regenerate man, thou extravagant prodigal, thou awakened sleeper, thou all-powerful visionary, thou Come, then, thou regenerate man, thou extravagant prodigal, thou awakened sleeper, thou all-powerful visionary, thou invincible millionaire,
once again review thy past life of starvation and wretchedness, revisit the scenes where fate and misfortune conducted, and where despair received thee. Too many diamonds, too much gold and splendor, are now reflected by the mirror in which Monte Cristo seeks to behold Dantes. Hide thy diamonds, bury thy gold, shroud thy splendor, exchange riches for poverty, liberty for a prison, a living body for a corpse! — Alexandre Dumas
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Life Of A Man Sayings By John C. Maxwell: An infant is born with a clenched fist; a man dies with an open hand. An infant is born with a clenched fist; a man dies with an open hand. Life has a way of prying free the things we think are so important. — John C. Maxwell
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Rajneesh: Remember, until you become a buddha you have wasted your life. Buddhahood is your flowering, Remember, until you become a buddha you have wasted your life. Buddhahood is your flowering, your fragrance. A tree is fulfilled when it blooms, and a man is fulfilled when he releases the fragrance of buddhahood, when he becomes luminous; then he comes to know who he is. In knowing that, all is known. In knowing that, God is known. In knowing that, truth is achieved - you become the truth, and truth liberates. Truth is freedom. — Rajneesh
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Gordon B. Hinckley: I have seen miracles in my time, my brothers and sisters. The greatest miracle of I have seen miracles in my time, my brothers and sisters. The greatest miracle of all, I believe, is the transformation that comes into the life of a man or a woman who accepts the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and tries to live it in his or her life. — Gordon B. Hinckley
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Heidi Heilig: Then I saw the Temptation gleaming like fool's gold on the black water, and my Then I saw the Temptation gleaming like fool's gold on the black water, and my anger returned. The ship was hers too; everything was hers. The room where I slept, the life she had saved . . . had she created it in the first place? And even now, my heart. All hers.
I was not a jealous man - it wouldn't bother me at all if only I had something of my own. So what was mine? The coat I wore? Bought with stolen gold. The money in my pocket? Taken from the harbormaster. I pulled out the handful of tarnished silver; it gleamed dully in the moonlight. I cast the coins into the harbor like dice, like bones. They tumbled into the water and I watched the ripples disappear as though they'd never been. — Heidi Heilig
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Life Of A Man Sayings By Lauren Graham: Over and over in the play my character says, "I'm thirty-two years old," as if Over and over in the play my character says, "I'm thirty-two years old," as if that should explain everything that's wrong in her life. I don't know what it's like to be thirty-two, but I can imagine. I imagine she means she's stuck in an in-between time, she's at an age that isn't a milestone but more of a no-man's-land, an age where she's feeling like her hopes are fading. — Lauren Graham
Life Of A Man Sayings By Adrienne Rich: Was it worth while to laywith infinite exertiona roof I can't live under? - All Was it worth while to lay
with infinite exertion
a roof I can't live under?
- All those blueprints,
closings of gaps,
measurings, calculations?
A life I didn't choose
chose me: even
my tools are the wrong ones
for what I have to do.
I'm naked, ignorant,
a naked man fleeing
across the roofs
who could with a shade of difference
be sitting in the lamplight
against the cream wallpaper
reading - not with indifference
about a naked man
fleeing across the roofs. — Adrienne Rich
Life Of A Man Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: It gives him spiritual freedom. To him life is a tragedy and by his gift It gives him spiritual freedom. To him life is a tragedy and by his gift of creation he enjoys the catharsis a purging of pity and terror, Which Aristotle tells is the object of art.
Everything is transformed by his power into material and by writing it he can overcome it. Everything is grist to his mill.
... The artist is the only free man. — W. Somerset Maugham
Life Of A Man Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: O Lord, bless the blood and the flesh of this the creature that You gave O Lord, bless the blood and the flesh of this the creature that You gave me," Jamie said softly. He scooped a pinch of the herbs himself, and rubbed them between thumb and forefinger, in a rain of fragrant dust. "Created by Your hand as You created man, Life given for life. That me and mine may eat with thanks for the gift, That me and mine may give thanks for Your own sacrifice of blood and flesh, Life given for life. — Diana Gabaldon
Life Of A Man Sayings By Manly Hall: What nobler relationship than that of friend? What nobler compliment can man bestow than friendship? What nobler relationship than that of friend? What nobler compliment can man bestow than friendship? The bonds and ties of the life we know break easily, but through eternity one bond remains - the bond of fellowship - the fellowship of atoms, of star dust in its endless flight, of suns and worlds, of gods and men. The clasped hands of comradeship unite in a bond eternal - the fellowship of spirit. — Manly Hall
Life Of A Man Sayings By Chris Matakas: We must strive to become more daily. We must honestly assess our weaknesses and overcome We must strive to become more daily. We must honestly assess our weaknesses and overcome them. We must work toward the highest possible version of ourselves. This is a worthy use of our time, but it is only when we do so with the ultimate aim of service to our fellow man that we really connect with something greater than ourselves. To contribute to the world in a positive way, this is the gift of life. — Chris Matakas
Life Of A Man Sayings By Gopi Krishna: Little did I realize that from that day onwards I was never to be my Little did I realize that from that day onwards I was never to be my old normal self again, that I had unwittingly and without preparation or even adequate knowledge of it roused to activity the most wonderful and stern power in man, that I had stepped unknowingly upon the key to the most guarded secret of the ancients, and that thenceforth for a long time I had to live suspended by a thread, swinging between life on the one hand and death on the other, between sanity and insanity, between light and darkness, between heaven and earth. — Gopi Krishna
Life Of A Man Sayings By Richard Attenborough: I came from a family who believed in, in quotes, the Rights of Man, who I came from a family who believed in, in quotes, the Rights of Man, who believed that in order to justify the sort of luxurious life that the majority of us have, related to the whole world, that you had to do something. — Richard Attenborough
Life Of A Man Sayings By John Andreas Widtsoe: Man must learn to know the universe precisely as it is, or he cannot successfully Man must learn to know the universe precisely as it is, or he cannot successfully find his place in it. A man should therefore use his reasoning faculty in all matters involving truth, and especially as concerning his religion. He must learn to distinguish between truth and error. — John Andreas Widtsoe
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: What is the end of human life? It is not, believe me, the chief end What is the end of human life? It is not, believe me, the chief end of man that he should make a fortune and beget children whose end is likewise to make a fortune, but it is, in few words, that he should explore himself. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Life Of A Man Sayings By Jonathan Messinger: To break the silence the old man said the first thing that came to his To break the silence the old man said the first thing that came to his mind: Loneliness is a type of violence. — Jonathan Messinger
Life Of A Man Sayings By Rajneesh: There is a fixation in the human mind for structures, because in a structured life There is a fixation in the human mind for structures, because in a structured life one feels secure, one knows where one is, one knows where one stands in relationship to the other. It seems that because man is born in the womb of the mother and for nine months remains in a structure, that continues deep down in the psyche - and man is always trying to find a structure somewhere. — Rajneesh
Life Of A Man Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: The disadvantages and dangers of the author's calling are offset by an advantage so great The disadvantages and dangers of the author's calling are offset by an advantage so great as to make all its difficulties, disappointments, and maybe hardships, unimportant ... Nothing befalls him that he cannot transmute into a stanza, a song, or a story, and having done this, be rid of it. The artist is the only free man. — W. Somerset Maugham
Life Of A Man Sayings By James Martin: Often, when we are in trouble, or doubting, or struggling, we rely on others to Often, when we are in trouble, or doubting, or struggling, we rely on others to carry us to God. Just as often we must do the carrying, to help friends who are struggling. This is one of the many benefits of organized religion, as we all need others to help us find God. Even though we may disagree with others and find life in a community occasionally annoying and sometimes scandalous, we need others, because the community is one way that we are carried to God, especially when we are too weak to walk to God on our own. But I wondered about the paralyzed man. He may have felt shame for his illness or for being unable to support himself. Maybe his friends carried him in spite of himself. Sometimes when we are too embarrassed to approach God, someone must bring us there - even drag us there. Many times when I am discouraged, demoralized, or angry at God, it is friends who remind me of God's great love and who carry me to God. We cannot come to God without others. — James Martin
Life Of A Man Sayings By John Lancaster Spalding: If ancient descent could confer nobility, the lower forms of life would possess it in If ancient descent could confer nobility, the lower forms of life would possess it in a greater degree than man. — John Lancaster Spalding
Life Of A Man Sayings By Walter Lippmann: The modern world is reversing the old virtues of authority. They aimed deliberately to make The modern world is reversing the old virtues of authority. They aimed deliberately to make men unworldly. They did not aim to found society on a full use of the earth's resources; they did not aim to use the whole nature of man; they did not intend him to think out the full expression of his desires. Democracy is a turning point upon those ideals in a pursuit, at first unconsciously, of the richest life that men can devise for themselves. — Walter Lippmann
Life Of A Man Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: Still, Logen had won over tougher audiences, in his time. Threetrees, Tul Duru, Black Dow, Still, Logen had won over tougher audiences, in his time. Threetrees, Tul Duru, Black Dow, Harding Grim, he'd fought each one in single combat, and beaten them all. Spared each man's life, and left him bound to follow. Each one had tried their best to kill him, and with good reasons too, but in the end Logen had earned their trust, and their respect, and their friendship even. Small gestures and a lot of time, that was how he'd done it. 'Patience is the chief of virtues,' his father used to say, and 'you won't cross the mountains in a day.' Time might be against them, but there was nothing to be gained by rushing. You have to be realistic about these things. Logen — Joe Abercrombie
Life Of A Man Sayings By Jack Heckel: I've spent my life wondering when I would earn the right to be a man I've spent my life wondering when I would earn the right to be a man again. Despite the undeserved good fortune of finding my true love, I always held a kernel of bitterness in my heart that things were not different... I will never be the man that I was. That man is dead - slain - for better or for worse, by my life as the Beast. In your words, the world does not need who I was. — Jack Heckel
Life Of A Man Sayings By Charles Dickens: It has always been my opinion since I first possessed such a thing as an It has always been my opinion since I first possessed such a thing as an opinion, that the man who knows only one subject is next tiresome to the man who knows no subject. Therefore, in the course of my life I have taught myself whatever I could, and although I am not an educated man, I am able, I am thankful to say, to have an intelligent interest in most things. — Charles Dickens
Life Of A Man Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: Western man has tried for too many centuries to fool himself that he lives in Western man has tried for too many centuries to fool himself that he lives in a rational world. No. There's a story about a man who, while walking along the street, was almost hit on the head and killed by an enormous falling beam. This was his moment of realization that he did not live in a rational world but a world in which men's lives can be cut off by a random blow on the head, and the discovery shook him so deeply that he was impelled to leave his wife and children, who were the major part of his old, rational world. My own response to the wild unpredictability of the universe has been to write stories, to play the piano, to read, listen to music, look at paintings - not that the world may become explainable and reasonable but that I may rejoice in the freedom which unaccountability gives us. — Madeleine L'Engle
Life Of A Man Sayings By William Kennedy: Billy's native arrogance might well have been a gift of miffed genes, then come to Billy's native arrogance might well have been a gift of miffed genes, then come to splendid definition through the tests to which a street like Broadway puts a young man on the make: tests designed to refine a breed, enforce a code, exclude all simps and gumps, and deliver into the city's life a man worthy of functioning in this age of nocturnal supremacy. Men like Billy Phelan, forged in the brass of Broadway, send, in the time of their splendor, telegraphic statements of mission: I, you bums, am a winner. And that message, however devoid of Christ-like other-cheekery, dooms the faint-hearted Scottys of the night, who must sludge along, never knowing how it feels to spill over with the small change of sassiness, how it feels to leave the spillover on the floor, more where that came from, pal. Leave it for the sweeper. — William Kennedy
Life Of A Man Sayings By Abdu'l- Baha: The education and training of children is among the most meritorious acts of humankind and The education and training of children is among the most meritorious acts of humankind and draweth down the grace and favour of the All-Merciful, for education is the indispensable foundation of all human excellence and alloweth man to work his way to the heights of abiding glory. If a child be trained from his infancy, he will, through the loving care of the Holy Gardener, drink in the crystal waters of the spirit and of knowledge, like a young tree amid the rilling brooks. And certainly he will gather to himself the bright rays of the Sun of Truth, and through its light and heat will grow ever fresh and fair in the garden of life. — Abdu'l- Baha
Life Of A Man Sayings By Antal Szerb: If an aristocrat became bankrupt he looked to the sunshine of royal providence [ ... If an aristocrat became bankrupt he looked to the sunshine of royal providence [ ... ] but when the nobility sank too low to qualify for royal notice, they became fraudsters, trading on the display of rank: the man would become a card-sharper or gigolo, while the woman sold herself. Actual work would have been unthinkable. It would have offended against the ancient order of things, which assigned that role to the middle classes and the peasantry. This concept is difficult to connect with our modern view of the world, but its very absurdity follows directly from the fact that everything in its old order was so firm and wonderful - with everything in its eternally appointed place and moving in fixed circles like the stars. There was no changing your lot in life at will: it was assigned to you forever, by birth. If you fell below your appointed station, you couldn't just swap it for another - you simply plummeted into the void. — Antal Szerb
Life Of A Man Sayings By Jim Woodring: Dear Supreme Altruist-I hope you are in a receptive mood.Thanks very much for placing wihin Dear Supreme Altruist-

I hope you are in a receptive mood.

Thanks very much for placing wihin me the bomb that never stops exploding. Though the benefits have been intangible and in fact I feel that this terrifying mechanism has generally made my life intolerable, I shall never ask you to reverse the situation. I feel I have done everything that may be reasonably expected of me in the way of self-abnegation. However, I now find to my dismay that my lifelong fear of death is beginning to desert me. I believe that this may mean that the bomb's continual explosions may be causing the growth of new slabs of man-bark instead of blasting the loathesome stuff away as it has been doing.

I therefore humbly request that the explosive power of the bomb be increased. Please do not make me weaker; make the bomb stronger.

Amen. — Jim Woodring
Life Of A Man Sayings By John Bunyan: Talkative represents the man or woman who delights in talking about divine things but has Talkative represents the man or woman who delights in talking about divine things but has only theoretical knowledge of such things. No actual personal heart experience correlates to the matters they love to discuss so eloquently. They are often highly esteemed by others, but those closest to them would quickly betray a life out-of-sync with their words. The mask fashioned by fluency with all subjects divine hides their real life. — John Bunyan
Life Of A Man Sayings By Howard Wilcox Haggard: He [Paracelsus] was a Swiss, a queer mixture of a man, of keenest intellect and He [Paracelsus] was a Swiss, a queer mixture of a man, of keenest intellect and coarsest fiber, an unusual combination. Like most students of these times, he led a wandering life. That was the only way one could keep in touch with what was going on; there were no scientific periodicals, no newspapers and where a postal service existed, it was uncertain and expensive. Consequently, most of the university students, the professors as well, and many physicians wandered from one university to another. Most of these itinerant students were true vagabonds, begging and stealing for their livelihood. — Howard Wilcox Haggard
Life Of A Man Sayings By Lao-Tzu: Existence is beyond the power of wordsTo define:Terms may be usedBut are none of them Existence is beyond the power of words
To define:
Terms may be used
But are none of them absolute.
In the beginning of heaven and earth there were no words,
Words came out of the womb of matter;
And whether a man dispassionately
Sees to the core of life
Or passionately
Sees the surface,
The core and the surface
Are essentially the same,
Words making them seem different
Only to express appearance.
If name be needed, wonder names them both:
From wonder into wonder
Existence opens. — Lao-Tzu
Life Of A Man Sayings By Kristen Ashley: No, he said softly. "They love each other. They know what the other likes, they No, he said softly. "They love each other. They know what the other likes, they know what the other needs to feed whatever is hungry in their soul and they give it to them. At least Penny does but Evan does too with only a minimal of bitching."
I put my hands on his chest and asked :"What's your drug of choice ?"
"I've no idea", he answered. "It's not up to me to figure it out. But whoever I decide to share my life with needs to be a woman who ties herself in knots to give it to me. But only because I know I'm a man who'll figure hers out and give it to her in return. — Kristen Ashley
Life Of A Man Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: Indeed, ask every man separately whether he thinks it laudable and worthy of a man Indeed, ask every man separately whether he thinks it laudable and worthy of a man of this age to hold a position from which he receives a salary disproportionate to his work; to take from the people
often in poverty
taxes to be spent on constructing cannon, torpedoes, and other instruments of butchery, so as to make war on people with whom we wish to be at peace, and who feel the same wish in regard to us; or to receive a salary for devoting one's whole life to constructing these instruments of butchery, or to preparing oneself and others for the work of murder. — Leo Tolstoy
Life Of A Man Sayings By Sigmund Freud: The woman who refuses to see her sexual organs as mere wood chips, designed to The woman who refuses to see her sexual organs as mere wood chips, designed to make the man's life more comfortable, is in danger of becoming a lesbian
an active, phallic woman, an intellectual virago with a fire of her own ... The lesbian body is a particularly pernicious and depraved version of the female body in general; it is susceptible to auto-eroticism, clitoral pleasure and self-actualization. — Sigmund Freud
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ashton Applewhite: It's not loving a man that makes life harder for gay guys, it's homophobia. It's It's not loving a man that makes life harder for gay guys, it's homophobia. It's not the color of their skin that makes life harder for people of color; it's racism. It's not having vaginas that makes life harder for women, it's sexism. And it's ageism, far more than the passage of time, that makes growing older harder for all of us. — Ashton Applewhite
Life Of A Man Sayings By Venerable Bede: This life of man appears for a short space, but of what went before, or This life of man appears for a short space, but of what went before, or what is to follow, we are utterly ignorant. — Venerable Bede
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: If man will understand the real essence of staying in the solitude with his Maker If man will understand the real essence of staying in the solitude with his Maker alone, he will never spend all his time with the crowd always — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Life Of A Man Sayings By David James Duncan: The only unfailing guide I've ever found through the innumerable blind alleys of my life The only unfailing guide I've ever found through the innumerable blind alleys of my life as a writer, man, husband, father, citizen, steward, or believer, is the love burning in my heart. for me, prayer is about one thing: making contact with that love. though it burns in there like a candle flame, hot, bright, beautiful, love's flame is so fragile ... keeping one's love burning, and living in accord with that burning: this, to me, is prayer. — David James Duncan
Life Of A Man Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Such grace is costly because it calls us to follow, and it is grace because Such grace is costly because it calls us to follow, and it is grace because it calls us to follow Jesus Christ. It is costly because it costs a man his life, and it is grace because it gives a man the only true life ... Grace is costly because it compels a man to submit to the yoke of Christ and follow him; it is grace because Jesus says: My yoke is easy and my burden is light. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Life Of A Man Sayings By Edward McKendree Bounds: Preaching is not the performance of an hour. It is the outflow of a life. Preaching is not the performance of an hour. It is the outflow of a life. It takes twenty years to make a sermon because it takes twenty years to make the man. The true sermon is a thing of life. The sermon grows because the man grows. — Edward McKendree Bounds
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ruthanna Emrys: All of man's other religions place him at the center of creation. But man is All of man's other religions place him at the center of creation. But man is nothing - a fraction of the life that will walk the Earth. Earth is nothing - a tiny world that will die with its sun. The sun is one of trillions where life flowers, and wants to live, and dies. And between the suns is an endless vast darkness that dwarfs them, through which life can travel only by giving up that wanting, by losing itself. Even that darkness will eventually die. In such a universe, knowledge is the stub of a candle at dusk. — Ruthanna Emrys
Life Of A Man Sayings By Roy Keane: There has been lots of things said about me over the years. I am happy There has been lots of things said about me over the years. I am happy to comment on people's opinion in football I respect, but Tony Cascarino is a man I certainly do not respect, for a lot of reasons, and if I told you, you would be shocked. So the day I worry about Tony Cascarino will be a very sad day of my life. — Roy Keane
Life Of A Man Sayings By Mark Twain: When a humorist ventures upon the grave concerns of life he must do his job When a humorist ventures upon the grave concerns of life he must do his job better than another man or he works harm to his cause. — Mark Twain
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ralph Waite: I have vanity and greed enough for one person. But at the same time, I I have vanity and greed enough for one person. But at the same time, I feel in my bones you lose a lot of life's value if you don't see yourself as a member of the family of man. — Ralph Waite
Life Of A Man Sayings By Debasish Mridha: A man wants to see a woman as an angel of imagination, but a woman A man wants to see a woman as an angel of imagination, but a woman wants to prove that she is a person. — Debasish Mridha
Life Of A Man Sayings By Aravind Adiga: The story of a poor man's life is written on his body, in a sharp The story of a poor man's life is written on his body, in a sharp pen. — Aravind Adiga
Life Of A Man Sayings By Matt Corton: I can conceive of a time when all souls are stretched to the point of I can conceive of a time when all souls are stretched to the point of breaking, but for all I know that could have happened centuries ago. There is something curious about man's constant dilution of himself in pursuit of this equilibrium of a risk-free life - who is to say this dilution does not also apply to the soul? Spread ever more thinly...each generation pulled tighter in its further departure from man's initial purpose and evolution, until that simple, honest soul is so thin that it becomes diluted beyond salvation? — Matt Corton
Life Of A Man Sayings By Neil Gaiman: Not really," said Shadow. "But I'm not dead yet." "Huh?" "Call no man happy until Not really," said Shadow. "But I'm not dead yet." "Huh?" "Call no man happy until he is dead. Herodotus." Mr. Nancy raised a white eyebrow, and he said, "I'm not dead yet, and, mostly because I'm not dead yet, I'm happy as a clamboy." "The Herodotus thing. It doesn't mean that the dead are happy," said Shadow. "It means that you can't judge the shape of someone's life until it's over and done. — Neil Gaiman
Life Of A Man Sayings By Gene Stratton-Porter: Ance a man-child has beaten his way to life under the heart of a woman, Ance a man-child has beaten his way to life under the heart of a woman, she is mither to all men, for the hearts of mithers are everywhere the same. — Gene Stratton-Porter
Life Of A Man Sayings By Neale Donald Walsch: Ours is not a dumb species. We have put a man on the moon. We Ours is not a dumb species. We have put a man on the moon. We have unlocked the secrets of the human genome. We have discovered how to take stem cells and coax them into becoming brain cells, heart muscle, liver tissue - any organ of the human body that needs repair. These are our miracles, and there are more. Yet we have not yet found a way to do the simplest things: To live in peace. To stop killing each other when we disagree. To distribute that which is good in life freely and fairly. — Neale Donald Walsch
Life Of A Man Sayings By C. G. Jung: There is a thinking in primordial images, in symbols which are older than the historical There is a thinking in primordial images, in symbols which are older than the historical man, which are inborn in him from the earliest times, eternally living, outlasting all generations, still make up the groundwork of the human psyche. It is only possible to live the fullest life when we are in harmony with these symbols; wisdom is a return to them. — C. G. Jung
Life Of A Man Sayings By Karl Marx: Nature is man's inorganic body that is to say, nature insofar as it is not Nature is man's inorganic body
that is to say, nature insofar as it is not the human body. Man lives from nature
i.e., nature is his body
and he must maintain a continuing dialogue with it is he is not to die. To say that man's physical and mental life is linked to nature simply means that nature is linked to itself, for man is a part of nature. — Karl Marx
Life Of A Man Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: You can become a model of a perfect man or a devoted husband and a You can become a model of a perfect man or a devoted husband and a father in order to show the role of the a man's responsibility for the family — Sunday Adelaja
Life Of A Man Sayings By Shulamith Firestone: The patriarchal family was only the most recent in a string of 'primary' social organizations, The patriarchal family was only the most recent in a string of 'primary' social organizations, all of which defined woman as a different species due to her unique childbearing capacity. The term family was first used by the Romans to denote a social unit the head of which ruled over wife, children, and slaves - under Roman law he was invested with the rights of life and death over them all; famulus means domestic slave, and familia is the total number of slaves belonging to one man. — Shulamith Firestone
Life Of A Man Sayings By Anna Howard Shaw: And looking into the face of ... one dead man we see two dead, the And looking into the face of ... one dead man we see two dead, the man and the life of the woman who gave him birth; the life she wrought into his life! And looking into his dead face someone asks a woman, what does a woman know about war? What, what, friends in the face of a crime like that, what does man know about war? — Anna Howard Shaw
Life Of A Man Sayings By Anton Chekhov: After us they'll fly in hot air balloons, coat styles will change, perhaps they'll discover After us they'll fly in hot air balloons, coat styles will change, perhaps they'll discover a sixth sense and cultivate it, but life will remain the same, a hard life full of secrets, but happy. And a thousand years from now man will still be sighing, "Oh! Life is so hard!" and will still, like now, be afraid of death and not want to die. — Anton Chekhov
Life Of A Man Sayings By Will Durant: Here and there [ ... ] vegetation rites took on a less attractive form. A Here and there [ ... ] vegetation rites took on a less attractive form. A man - or, in later and milder days, an animal - was sacrificed to the earth at sowing time, so that it might be fertilized by his blood. When the harvest came it was interpreted as the resurrection of the dead man; the victim was given, before and after his death, the honors of a god; and from this origin arose, in a thousand forms, the almost universal myth of a god dying for his people, and then returning triumphantly to life. — Will Durant
Life Of A Man Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: Holiness must have a philosophical and theological foundation, namely, Divine truth; otherwise it is sentimentality Holiness must have a philosophical and theological foundation, namely, Divine truth; otherwise it is sentimentality and emotionalism. Many would say later on, 'We want religion, but no creeds.' This is like saying we want healing, but no science of medicine; music, but no rules of music; history, but no documents. Religion is indeed a life, but it grows out of truth, not away from it. It has been said it makes no difference what you believe, it all depends on how you act. This is psychological nonsense, for a man acts out of his beliefs. Our Lord placed truth or belief in Him first; then came sanctification and good deeds. But here truth was not a vague ideal, but a Person. Truth was now lovable, because only a Person is lovable. Sanctity becomes the response the heart makes to Divine truth and its unlimited mercy to humanity. — Fulton J. Sheen
Life Of A Man Sayings By James Allen: Every man is where he is by the law of his being; the thoughts which Every man is where he is by the law of his being; the thoughts which he has built into his character have brought him there, and in the arrangement of his life there is no element of chance, but all is the result of a law which cannot err. — James Allen
Life Of A Man Sayings By Sabrina Jeffries: She should let one of the gentlemen with their little wager and steal a kiss. She should let one of the gentlemen with their little wager and steal a kiss. That would help her cause far more than beating them.
But what if Mr. Pinter won? What if he kissed her as he had last night? It would be just the sort of thing he'd do, to put off her suitors by making it appear she had an interest elsewhere. That perhaps he had an interest in her, too.
Perhaps he does.
She snorted. The only interest he had was in ruining her life. He still reported to her about her suitors. He would much rather be here, trying to upset all her plans, than doing his job.
He shot well, though. She'd give him that. The man knew his way around a firearm. — Sabrina Jeffries
Life Of A Man Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: I read about a man condemned to death saying or thinking, an hour before his I read about a man condemned to death saying or thinking, an hour before his death, that if he had to live somewhere high up on a cliffside, on a ledge so narrow that there was room only for his two feet- and with the abyss, the ocean, eternal darkness, eternal solitude, eternal storm all around him- and had to stay like that, on a square foot of space, an entire lifetime, a thousand years, an eternity- it would be better to live so than to die right now! Only to live, to live, to live! To live, no matter how- only to live! — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Life Of A Man Sayings By Derek R. Audette: More often than not, in order to find truth, a wise man must suffer the More often than not, in order to find truth, a wise man must suffer the ravings of the insane. There is no undiscovered truth to be found in the minds of the reasonable and rational. — Derek R. Audette
Life Of A Man Sayings By John Gay: Whoever heard a man of fortune in England talk of the necessaries of life? ... Whoever heard a man of fortune in England talk of the necessaries of life? ... Whether we can afford it or no, we must have superfluities. — John Gay
Life Of A Man Sayings By Milan Kundera: We are born one time only, we can never start a new life equipped with We are born one time only, we can never start a new life equipped with the experience we've gained from the previous one. We leave childhood without knowing what youth is, we marry without knowing what it is to be married, and even when we enter old age, we don't know what it is we're heading for: the old are innocent children innocent of thier old age. In that sense, man's world is the planet of inexperience. — Milan Kundera
Life Of A Man Sayings By Stephen Wright: But what Liberty would remember best was the feel of his own small hand gathered But what Liberty would remember best was the feel of his own small hand gathered in the warm, comforting grip of the man, those times alone when all of Thatcher's potent attention was concentrated on his son, as something inside Liberty always insisted, occasionally to contrary evidence that it should be, their trips together, their talks, the information about the sorry state of the world Thatcher shared reluctantly, almost sadly, with his son and heir out of a conviction that I do not enjoy having to tell you these things, but it is important you hear this news, no matter how distasteful, because, unfortunately, it is the truth, whereas it is lies and the promulgation of lies that will make you and the people in your life sick. — Stephen Wright
Life Of A Man Sayings By Pierce Brown: In his eyes I glimpse the loneliness, the longing for a life that should have In his eyes I glimpse the loneliness, the longing for a life that should have been, and the glimmer of the man he wants to be underneath the man he thinks he has to be. — Pierce Brown
Life Of A Man Sayings By Judy Garland: I don't always have to sing a song. There is something besides 'The Man That I don't always have to sing a song. There is something besides 'The Man That Got Away' or 'Over the Rainbow' or 'The Trolley Song.' There's a woman. There are three children. There's me! There's a lot of life going here. — Judy Garland
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: the death of a great man demands the birth of a great son the death of a great man demands the birth of a great son — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Life Of A Man Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: Good writing is true writing. If a man is making a story up it will Good writing is true writing. If a man is making a story up it will be true in proportion to the amount of knowledge of life that he has and how conscientious he is; so that when he makes something up it is as it would truly be. — Ernest Hemingway,
Life Of A Man Sayings By Robert Bly: In ordinary life, a mentor can guide a young man through various disciplines, helping to In ordinary life, a mentor can guide a young man through various disciplines, helping to bring him out of boyhood into manhood; and that in turn is associated not with body building, but with building and emotional body capable of containing more than one sort of ecstasy. — Robert Bly
Life Of A Man Sayings By C.S. Pacat: Wash me." Damen had never performed a servile task in his life, but he supposed Wash me." Damen had never performed a servile task in his life, but he supposed that this one would not overwhelm either his pride or his comprehension. By now he knew the customs of the baths. But he felt a sense of subtle satisfaction from Laurent, and a corresponding internal resistance. It was an uncomfortably intimate form of attendance; he was not restrained, and they were alone, one man serving another. All — C.S. Pacat
Life Of A Man Sayings By Gene Stratton-Porter: All the time God ever spent on you was wasted, an' your mother's had the All the time God ever spent on you was wasted, an' your mother's had the same luck. I s'pose God's used to having creatures 'at He's made go wrong, but I pity your mother. Goodness knows a woman suffers an' works enough over her children, an' then to fetch a boy to man's estate an' have him, of his own free will an' accord, be a liar! Young man, truth is the cornerstone o' the temple o' character. Nobody can put up a good buildin' without a solid foundation; an' you can't do solid character buildin' with a lie at the base. Man 'at's a liar ain't fit for anything! Can't trust him in no sphere or relation o' life; or in any way, shape, or manner. You passed out your word like a man, an' like a man I took it an' went off trustin' you, an' you failed me. — Gene Stratton-Porter
Life Of A Man Sayings By Charles Spurgeon: No life can surpass that of a man who quietly continues to serve God in No life can surpass that of a man who quietly continues to serve God in the place where providence has placed him. — Charles Spurgeon
Life Of A Man Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Of course all life is a process of breaking down, but the blows that do Of course all life is a process of breaking down, but the blows that do the dramatic side of the work-the big sudden blows that come, or seem to come, from outside-the ones you remember and blame things on and, in moments of weakness, tell your friends about, don't show their effect all at once. There is another sort of blow that comes from within-that you don't feel until it's too late to do anything about it, until you realize with finality that in some regard you will never be as good a man again. The first sort of breakage seems to happen quick-the second kind happens almost without your knowing it but is realized suddenly indeed. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Life Of A Man Sayings By Evan Meekins: It's through the simple things in life, through its games, when our minds mature the It's through the simple things in life, through its games, when our minds mature the most and we grow knowledgeable. It's also when the cloth masks of our outer, false personalities are torn asunder, and we are able to see every last blemish of a man's genuine character that they hide beneath ... no matter how dark or obscene it may be. — Evan Meekins