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Life Stable Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: My mother has made choices in her life, as we all must, and she is My mother has made choices in her life, as we all must, and she is at peace with them. I can see her peace. She did not cop out on herself. The benefits of her choices are massive-a long, stable marriage to a man she still calls her best friend; a family that has extended now into grandchildren who adore her; a certainty in her own strength. Maybe some things were sacrificed, and my dad made his sacrifices, too-but who amongst us lives without sacrifice? — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Life Stable Sayings By Jaggi Vasudev: Lots of earthquakes and landslides and disturbances keep happening on a daily basis simply because Lots of earthquakes and landslides and disturbances keep happening on a daily basis simply because the mountain is growing. The same is true with human life: if one is striving to grow, earthquakes and landslides keep happening in one's life.
Those who are stagnant, who don't grow, their life seems to be stable and steady, and looks better. But it's lifeless. For one who is striving to grow, an enormous amount of upheaval happens in his life. But all the upheavals are worth a little bit of growth that could happen within a human being. — Jaggi Vasudev
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Life Stable Sayings By Lynne Sharon Schwartz: Reading. Reading was the stable backdrop against which my life was played. Reading. Reading was the stable backdrop against which my life was played. — Lynne Sharon Schwartz
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Life Stable Sayings By Nomthandazo Tsembeni: Far too many times in life we throw ourselvesin ships without knowing how stable theyare, Far too many times in life we throw ourselves
in ships without knowing how stable they
are, or how deep is the water for it to float. — Nomthandazo Tsembeni
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Life Stable Sayings By Plato: Evil is the vulgar lover who loves the body rather than the soul, inasmuch as Evil is the vulgar lover who loves the body rather than the soul, inasmuch as he is not even stable, because he loves a thing which is in itself unstable, and therefore when the bloom of youth which he was desiring is over, he takes wing and flies away, in spite of all his words and promises; whereas the love of the noble disposition is life-long, for it becomes one with the everlasting. — Plato
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Life Stable Sayings By Nick Hornby: It seems to me that if you place music (and books, probably, and films, and It seems to me that if you place music (and books, probably, and films, and plays, and anything that makes you feel) at the center of your being, then you can't afford to sort out your love life, start to think of it as the finished product. You've got to pick at it, keep it alive and in turmoil, you've got to pick at it and unravel it until it all comes apart and you're compelled to start all over again. Maybe we all live life at too high a pitch, those of us who absorb emotional things all day, and as a consequence we can never feel merely content: we have to be unhappy, or ecstatically, head-over-heels happy, and those states are difficult to achieve within a stable, solid relationship. Maybe Al Green is directly responsible for more than I ever realized. — Nick Hornby
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Life Stable Sayings By Seneca.: No one could endure lasting adversity if it continued to have the same force as No one could endure lasting adversity if it continued to have the same force as when it first hit us. We are all tied to Fortune, some by a loose and golden chain, and others by a tight one of baser metal: but what does it matter? We are all held in the same captivity, and those who have bound others are themselves in bonds - unless you think perhaps that the left-hand chain is lighter. One man is bound by high office, another by wealth; good birth weighs down some, and a humble origin others; some bow under the rule of other men and some under their own; some are restricted to one place by exile, others by priesthoods: all life is a servitude.
So you have to get used to your circumstances, complain about them as little as possible, and grasp whatever advantage they have to offer: no condition is so bitter that a stable mind cannot find some consolation in it. — Seneca.
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Life Stable Sayings By Dean Koontz: Language can't describe reality. Literature has no stable reference, no real meaning. Each reader's interpretation Language can't describe reality. Literature has no stable reference, no real meaning. Each reader's interpretation is equally valid, more important than the author's intention. In fact, nothing in life has meaning. Reality is subjective. Values and truths are subjective. Life itself is a kind of illusion. Blah, blah, blah, let's have another scotch. — Dean Koontz
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Life Stable Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: We should totally rely on God, then our success will always be stable and nothing We should totally rely on God, then our success will always be stable and nothing would be able to shake it — Sunday Adelaja
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Life Stable Sayings By Toni Morrison: Ruth looked for the water mark several times during the day. She knew it was Ruth looked for the water mark several times during the day. She knew it was there, would always be there, but she needed to confirm its presence. Like the keeper of the lighthouse and the prisoner, she regarded it as a mooring, a checkpoint, some stable visual object that assured her that the world was still there; that this was life and not a dream. That she was alive somewhere, inside, which she acknowledged to be true only because a thing she knew intimately was out there, outside herself. — Toni Morrison
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Life Stable Sayings By Katharine Haake: In general, we imagine rivers to be subject to a kind of dynamic equilibrium, largely In general, we imagine rivers to be subject to a kind of dynamic equilibrium, largely stable geologic features, with processes like regional incision or subtle shifts in mountain building causing short- and medium-term variation around some slowly changing mean condition, but in fact it is far more common to see dramatic change over short periods, with long periods of stability between in what geologists refer to as 'dynamic metastable equilibrium.'
It is the same with families, memory, the history of a person's life, what we believe to be true. — Katharine Haake
Life Stable Sayings By James Freeman Clarke: Amid all change, we desire something permanent; amid all variety, something stable; amid all progress, Amid all change, we desire something permanent; amid all variety, something stable; amid all progress, some central unity of life; something which deepens as we ascend; which roots itself as we advance; which grows more and more tenacious of the old, while becoming more and more open to the new. — James Freeman Clarke
Life Stable Sayings By Barbara Taylor Bradford: As the long limousine purred to life Edwina felt as if she were Elizabeth, setting As the long limousine purred to life Edwina felt as if she were Elizabeth, setting sail to battle the Spanish Armada. She was Elizabeth, damn it! What she had built no one was going to take away from her. Not her house, not her hotels, not her fine stable of horses
and most especially not the young thoroughbred she had left sleeping by the side of her Olympic-size outdoor pool. Some pleasures, she decided, were simply too enticing to give up. — Barbara Taylor Bradford
Life Stable Sayings By Bill Bryson: It would be hard to imagine two more improbable founders for a movement as ascetic It would be hard to imagine two more improbable founders for a movement as ascetic as communism. While earnestly desiring the downfall of capitalism, Engels made himself rich and comfortable from all its benefits. He kept a stable of fine horses, rode to hounds at weekends, enjoyed the best wines, maintained a mistress, hobnobbed with the elite of Manchester at the fashionable Albert Club - in short, did everything one would expect of a successful member of the gentry. Marx, meanwhile, constantly denounced the bourgeoisie but lived as bourgeois a life as he could manage, sending his daughters to private schools and boasting at every opportunity of his wife's aristocratic background. — Bill Bryson
Life Stable Sayings By Scott Weiland: As I've gotten older and my life is a lot more stable, I've gotten more As I've gotten older and my life is a lot more stable, I've gotten more into storytelling. — Scott Weiland
Life Stable Sayings By Selena: Music is not a very stable business. It comes and it goes, and so does Music is not a very stable business. It comes and it goes, and so does money, but your education stays with you for the rest of your life. When you have that education, and you have nothing to fall back on, you can get a get a job anywhere. — Selena
Life Stable Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: The most important thing is not to achieve success, but to keep it so that The most important thing is not to achieve success, but to keep it so that it would be stable — Sunday Adelaja
Life Stable Sayings By Adam Wilson: Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Possible Ending #16 (Life Imitates Art Imitates Life Imitates Art Imitates): I'd seen this movie. Obvious ending: outright betrayal, lesson learned, life is heartbreak, people who mean well still fuck you over, everyone's sad, greedy, looking out for number one, no consideration for the fragile fat boy whose displayed cynicism only masks a deeper hope that everyone's okay, will ultimately end up all right, that love exists, that happiness may not be stable but at least comes in bursts, that everything worthwhile wasn't just a self-created illusion. — Adam Wilson
Life Stable Sayings By Taona Dumisani Chiveneko: The key trait of a Sperm Pirate is that she is not driven by desperation. The key trait of a Sperm Pirate is that she is not driven by desperation. Escaping poverty or hardship is not her motive. She usually has a good education and access to the same opportunities as the man she tries to trap. However, she understands that it is more efficient to enjoy a lavish lifestyle through the sweat of another's labour. But the Sperm Pirate is acutely aware that the infatuation of a hormonal man has a brief shelf life. This poor collateral must be cashed in before it expires. A pregnancy is the best way to convert this volatile resource into a stable asset. Babies are reliable insurance policies. They create legal obligations for financial support, even when the sweet milk of passion turns sour. — Taona Dumisani Chiveneko
Life Stable Sayings By Ibrahim Babangida: There is also work to do in the evolution of a stable family life and There is also work to do in the evolution of a stable family life and values, and in ensuring that the Nigerian family is built on core values that will form the bedrock of the future society. We must showcase the ideals of family life and be models of family values. — Ibrahim Babangida
Life Stable Sayings By Martin Guevara Urbina: After centuries of marginalization and neglect, we need to cast our own movements, projects, and After centuries of marginalization and neglect, we need to cast our own movements, projects, and ideas as a battle for relevancy in the face of historical manipulation, exploitation, and oppression. We need to fight, tooth and nail, for equity in all areas of social life. One point to make clear, ethnic and racial minorities are not looking for scraps or a handout from the old paternalistic system but an equitable, stable, and leveled playing field. — Martin Guevara Urbina
Life Stable Sayings By Carl Rogers: I realize that if I were stable, prudent and static; I'd live in death. Therefore I realize that if I were stable, prudent and static; I'd live in death. Therefore I accept confusion, uncertainty, fear and emotional ups and downs; because that's the price I'm willing to pay for a fluid, perplexed and exciting life. — Carl Rogers
Life Stable Sayings By Stanley Victor Paskavich: In the terms of 'Mental Illness' Isn't stable a place they put horses that wish In the terms of 'Mental Illness' Isn't stable a place they put horses that wish to run free? — Stanley Victor Paskavich
Life Stable Sayings By Richard Chamberlain: I've learned, I think, to be able to distinguish between the necessary and the unnecessary I've learned, I think, to be able to distinguish between the necessary and the unnecessary as far as my limited outside time is concerned. Saying 'no' politely is a necessity if one wants to lead any kind of stable life. — Richard Chamberlain
Life Stable Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: In order to achieve stable success, you must be focused on God and not on In order to achieve stable success, you must be focused on God and not on success itself — Sunday Adelaja
Life Stable Sayings By Gabor Mate: Music gives me a sense of self-sufficiency and nourishment. I don't need anyone or anything. Music gives me a sense of self-sufficiency and nourishment. I don't need anyone or anything. I bathe in it as in amniotic fluid; it surrounds and protects me. It's also stable, ever-available and something I can control - that is, I can reach for it whenever I want. I can also choose music that reflects my mood, or if I want, helps to soothe it ... music-seeking offers excitement and tension that I can immediately resolve and a reward I can immediately attain - unlike other tensions in my life and other desired rewards. Music is a source of beauty and meaning outside myself that I can claim as my own without exploring how, in my life, I keep from directly experiencing those qualities. Addiction, in this sense, is the lazy man's path to transcendence. — Gabor Mate
Life Stable Sayings By Austin O'Malley: Death is an antidote for this life, and it makes another more stable form of Death is an antidote for this life, and it makes another more stable form of life which is insoluble in everything. — Austin O'Malley
Life Stable Sayings By Adah Sachs: In this paper I propose the existence of two distinct presentations of DID, a Stable In this paper I propose the existence of two distinct presentations of DID, a Stable and an Active one. While people with Stable DID struggle with their traumatic past, with triggers that re-evoke that past and with the problems of daily functioning with severe dissociation, people with Active DID are, in addition, also engaged in a life of current, on-going involvement in abusive relationships, and do not respond to treatment in the same way as other DID patients. The paper observes these two proposed DID presentations in the context of other trauma-based disorders, through the lens of their attachment relationship. It proposes that the type, intensity and frequency of relational trauma shape - and can thus predict - the resulting mental disorder.
- Through the lens of attachment relationship: Stable DID, Active DID and other trauma-based mental disorders — Adah Sachs
Life Stable Sayings By Salvatore J. Cordileone: We believe that marriage, by its very definition, can exist only between a man and We believe that marriage, by its very definition, can exist only between a man and a woman. Moreover, study after study - not to mention common sense - show that children fare better in life when raised in a home with a loving father and mother in a stable, committed relationship. — Salvatore J. Cordileone
Life Stable Sayings By Solange Knowles: Luckily, I dated all of the losers ages ago. My love life has been stable Luckily, I dated all of the losers ages ago. My love life has been stable for a while. — Solange Knowles
Life Stable Sayings By Bertrand Russell: Civilized life has altogether grown too tame, and, if it is to be stable, it Civilized life has altogether grown too tame, and, if it is to be stable, it must provide a harmless outlets for the impulses which our remote ancestors satisfied in hunting. — Bertrand Russell
Life Stable Sayings By Carl Safina: Whenever we take the focus off ourselves and move it outward, we benefit. Life's most Whenever we take the focus off ourselves and move it outward, we benefit. Life's most fortunate ironies are that what's best for the long run is best now, and selflessness serves our interests far better than selfishness. The wider our circle of considerations, the more stable we make the world - and the better the prospects for human experience and for all we might wish. The core message of each successive widening: we are one. The geometry of the human voyage is not linear; it's those ripples whose circles expand to encompass self, other, community, Life, and time. — Carl Safina
Life Stable Sayings By Rene Descartes: Some years ago I was struck by the large number of falsehoods that I had Some years ago I was struck by the large number of falsehoods that I had accepted as true in my childhood, and by the highly doubtful nature of the whole edifice that I had subsequently based on them. I realized that it was necessary, once in the course of my life, to demolish everything completely and start again right from the foundations if I wanted to establish anything at all in the sciences that was stable and likely to last. — Rene Descartes
Life Stable Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: If you are striving to have a stable success and riches in joy, you need If you are striving to have a stable success and riches in joy, you need to be truly dedicated to God — Sunday Adelaja
Life Stable Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: A stable weather is a gift, you can enjoy the pink life; a stormy weather A stable weather is a gift, you can enjoy the pink life; a stormy weather is a gift, you can learn the real life! Both the good and the bad are gifts! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Life Stable Sayings By Joel Stein: To defend my fear of sudden change, I chose to believe that life was incremental, To defend my fear of sudden change, I chose to believe that life was incremental, that the tiny decisions you make every day determine your fate, that your job is to captain an enormous ship subtly into ever-clearer waters. But that's not how it works at all. Life occurs in moments. You get into college. You propose. You get the job. You get cancer. You get fired. She leaves you ... Because I was born in a stable country at a stable time, I falsely extrapolated that change is incremental. But if you zoom out just a little bit, you see that life is soccer, not basketball. It's revolution, invention, war. It's big bangs, exploding stars, asteroids killing the dinosaurs. Which means that all the action is in the risk taking, whether I want it to be or not. — Joel Stein
Life Stable Sayings By Mary Jennifer Payne: My life is never stable. It' as if I balance on a series of tectonic My life is never stable. It' as if I balance on a series of tectonic plates like the ones under the Pacific Ring of Fire. — Mary Jennifer Payne
Life Stable Sayings By Jeremy Holmes: A securely attached child will store an internal working model of a responsive, loving, reliable A securely attached child will store an internal working model of a responsive, loving, reliable care-giver, and of a self that is worthy of love and attention and will bring these assumptions to bear on all other relationships. Conversely, an insecurely attached child may view the world as a dangerous place in which other people are to be treated with great caution, and see himself as ineffective and unworthy of love. These assumptions are relatively stable and enduring: those built up in the early years of life are particularly persistent and unlikely to be modified by subsequent experience. — Jeremy Holmes
Life Stable Sayings By Helen Mirren: My parents believed in education and economic security, and I thank them for it. Because My parents believed in education and economic security, and I thank them for it. Because I think that's part of what's made my life stable. It was instilled in me. You have to be able to pay your bills. You do not get into debt. And I never have been. — Helen Mirren
Life Stable Sayings By Venkatesh G. Rao: Your most stable beliefs, the ones that actually modulate your behavior, aren't about life purposes; Your most stable beliefs, the ones that actually modulate your behavior, aren't about life purposes; they are about momentum management. You are more likely to switch religions than to switch from an impatient to a patient temperament. — Venkatesh G. Rao
Life Stable Sayings By Arthur Phillips: How much of life could he spend aching? Aching is not a stable condition; it How much of life could he spend aching? Aching is not a stable condition; it must resolve into something — Arthur Phillips
Life Stable Sayings By Elle A. Rose: Believe me, I've lived long enough to know that no matter how stable a life Believe me, I've lived long enough to know that no matter how stable a life may seem, there's always something that can change all of that in a blink of an eye. — Elle A. Rose
Life Stable Sayings By Isocrates: Consider that nothing in human life is stable; for then you will not exult overmuch Consider that nothing in human life is stable; for then you will not exult overmuch in prosperity, nor grieve overmuch in adversity. Rejoice over the good things which come to you, but grieve in moderation over the evils which befall you. — Isocrates
Life Stable Sayings By Dascha Polanco: I had done theater during high school and college, but with my life and everything I had done theater during high school and college, but with my life and everything I had going on, I decided to go for the health field, where there were stable jobs. — Dascha Polanco
Life Stable Sayings By Marc Jacobs: I always say I lived my life with my grandmother. She was emotionally stable, and I always say I lived my life with my grandmother. She was emotionally stable, and she was very encouraging to me. — Marc Jacobs
Life Stable Sayings By Lee Spetner: Common sense says that the amazing complexity of life cannot arise out of a random Common sense says that the amazing complexity of life cannot arise out of a random process. The neo-Darwinians use clever arguments to show why evolution should work and why common sense is wrong. One after the other of them has explained that although the variability occurs randomly, the selection process gives it direction and makes it nonrandom ... if the arguments were solid and correct they should have put the theory on a stable and reliable foundation. The neo-Darwinians would like everyone to believe they have done that. — Lee Spetner
Life Stable Sayings By River Phoenix: My life certainly hasn't been ordinary: different is the word. It hasn't always been stable My life certainly hasn't been ordinary: different is the word. It hasn't always been stable - except in the important things which are love and security within the family. Whenever there were strains at home, we could always communicate. The rule was that the younger you were, the louder you were allowed to scream. As the eldest, I just talked. — River Phoenix
Life Stable Sayings By Yoshida Kenko: There is nothing firm or stable in a life spent between larking about together and There is nothing firm or stable in a life spent between larking about together and quarrelling, exuberant one moment, aggrieved and resentful the next. You are forever pondering pros and cons, endlessly absorbed in questions of gain and loss. And on top of delusion comes drunkenness, and in that drunkenness you dream. — Yoshida Kenko
Life Stable Sayings By Robert Shapiro: Earth has provided a stable platform for the evolution of life over 4 billion years. Earth has provided a stable platform for the evolution of life over 4 billion years. But that lease is limited; we know for sure that it will expire after a few billion more ... If we are wise, we will have furnished our new apartments long before that time. — Robert Shapiro
Life Stable Sayings By Laura Smith: I didn't see Danny come in or run towards me. He was just suddenly there, I didn't see Danny come in or run towards me. He was just suddenly there, pulling me up by my arm so hard that I gasped. I felt his grip on my skin long after he let go. We ran down the steps where Mom met us, coughing. She was followed by a thick black cloud of smoke. I had never felt smoke that hot in my life. I tasted ash when I breathed in.
"Go! Get out!" she choked, waving us towards the front door.
We ran out into the night in our pajamas.
"Run to Violet's!" Mom called behind us.

- The Stable House — Laura Smith
Life Stable Sayings By Garry Wills: Religion embarrasses the commentators. It is offbounds. An editor of the old Life magazine once Religion embarrasses the commentators. It is offbounds. An editor of the old Life magazine once assigned me a book on religion with remark that I was the only 'religious nut' - his term for a believer - in his stable of regular reviewers. — Garry Wills
Life Stable Sayings By Graham Hawkes: The bulk of life on Earth lives in a peaceful place where the temperature is The bulk of life on Earth lives in a peaceful place where the temperature is stable. There's hunting going on, but it's very civilized, like a slow ballet. — Graham Hawkes
Life Stable Sayings By Francis Chan: If life were stable, I'd never need God's help. If life were stable, I'd never need God's help. — Francis Chan
Life Stable Sayings By Laura Regan: I always feel more grounded and stable when I have balance in my life; I'm I always feel more grounded and stable when I have balance in my life; I'm a Libra! — Laura Regan
Life Stable Sayings By Bohumil Hrabal: So I walk home like a burning house, like a burning stable, the light of So I walk home like a burning house, like a burning stable, the light of life pouring out of the fire, fire pouring out of the dying wood, hostile sorrow lingering under the ashes — Bohumil Hrabal
Life Stable Sayings By Biju Vasudevan: But the Seeker, who is of unsure gait, also has unsure traits. The way that But the Seeker, who is of unsure gait, also has unsure traits. The way that he moves is unstable and ungainly. It is also unnatural. No other life form adopted this precarious locomotion method of walking on two legs. Intrinsically off balance at all times, it takes just a small stone or a banana peel to topple him over. It is a mysterious wobbly motion much like that of a bicycle. How easy it is, to throw a cyclist off balance, need not be elaborated. But try throwing a truck off balance? Unsettling the Seeker's balance is also equally easy. But try throwing a horse or a tiger off balance? Even a child knows that four wheels or, at least, three wheels are more stable than two wheels. — Biju Vasudevan
Life Stable Sayings By Alexandra Cassavetes: Love is a component of many different things - the baggage you bring, the moment, Love is a component of many different things - the baggage you bring, the moment, what you need in your life, seeing someone as a portal for understanding everything, and all the intensity that brings. It's not something to count on and act like it's a stable thing. — Alexandra Cassavetes
Life Stable Sayings By Anthony Marais: Homosexuality is the most beautiful aspect of humanity. For its existence is proof that altruism Homosexuality is the most beautiful aspect of humanity. For its existence is proof that altruism is natural; it is to demonstrate that the theory of the "survival of the fittest" can only apply to the species as a whole, and that reproduction is insufficient to secure our place in the great jungle of life, which means being nice is a more stable evolutionary strategy than making kids; and if the homosexual is attracted to religion or to art - or, in smaller societies, to shamanism or caring for other people's children - is this not due to his or her search for purpose? If so, then what we call purpose must be something that encompasses all modes of life. What we call love must be greater than child rearing or caring for a mate. — Anthony Marais
Life Stable Sayings By Louie Giglio: Life isn't perfect and that's the kind of world where Jesus showed up. He wasn't Life isn't perfect and that's the kind of world where Jesus showed up. He wasn't born in a palace on a perfect day. He was born in the middle of the night during tax season to an unwed couple in a stable or a cave in a sheep field. That was God's way of showing us that nothing is perfect. Life is chaotic. It's messy. That's what Jesus was stepping into. — Louie Giglio
Life Stable Sayings By Mark Haddon: Show me the artist anywhere who's had an utterly stable mental life, and I'll buy Show me the artist anywhere who's had an utterly stable mental life, and I'll buy you hot dinners for the rest of your life. — Mark Haddon
Life Stable Sayings By David Elkind: If it is to be done well, child-rearing requires, more than most activities of life, If it is to be done well, child-rearing requires, more than most activities of life, a good deal of decentering from one's own needs and perspectives. Such decentering is relatively easy when a society is stable and when there is an extended, supportive structure that the parent can depend upon. — David Elkind
Life Stable Sayings By Duke Of Wellington: As a member of the Protestant British squirearchy ruling Ireland, he was touchy about his As a member of the Protestant British squirearchy ruling Ireland, he was touchy about his Irish origins. When in later life an enthusiastic Gael commended him as a famous Irishman, he replied A man can be born in a stable, and yet not be an animal. — Duke Of Wellington
Life Stable Sayings By Alfred A. Montapert: If you don't have solid beliefs you cannot build a stable life. Beliefs are like If you don't have solid beliefs you cannot build a stable life. Beliefs are like the foundation of a building, and they are the foundation to build your life upon. — Alfred A. Montapert
Life Stable Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: My desire to work - my desire to engage with my creativity as intimately and My desire to work - my desire to engage with my creativity as intimately and as freely as possible - is my strongest personal incentive to fight back against pain, by any means necessary, and to fashion a life for myself that is as sane and healthy and stable as it can possibly be. But — Elizabeth Gilbert
Life Stable Sayings By Simon Winchester: Individual can fully exercise his or her abilities and skills. "We shall distribute the company's Individual can fully exercise his or her abilities and skills. "We shall distribute the company's surplus earnings to all employees in an appropriate manner, and we shall assist them in a practical manner to secure a stable life. In return, all employees shall exert their utmost effort into their job." Finally, his new company would help his country. Its formally stated national intent was to help "reconstruct Japan, and to elevate the nation's culture through dynamic cultural and technological activities." Yet — Simon Winchester
Life Stable Sayings By Sabrina Jeffries: Twelve years ago you decided what I deserved, and I ended up alone. So this Twelve years ago you decided what I deserved, and I ended up alone. So this time I will decide what I deserve." Ignoring a twinge of self-consciousness, she faced him and began to undo the front fastenings of her pelisse-robe. "And I deserve this. I deserve you."
His breathing grew labored as he stared at her hands with a searing intensity. "What are you doing, Jane?"
"What does it look like?" She slid out of her gown and let it fall to the floor, leaving her standing before him in only her petticoats, corset, and shift. "I'm seducing you."
Dom's eyes narrowed on her, and she panicked. Was she being too bold? Too shameless?
Too daft?
She was daft, to be standing half-dressed like this in a stable, when all it would take was a groom coming down from his room above to turn this into the most mortifying night of her life. — Sabrina Jeffries
Life Stable Sayings By Life: Life is like a Tick mark. it is stable for a time. then it takes Life is like a Tick mark. it is stable for a time. then it takes a ditch not because we are meant to be upset but to go higher and be better, you need to lean back and jump. life is like a ANalog signal it have its highs and lows.
i take it as 1st cycle of life with 90 degree rise.
Other's life look like a normal sign curve , they are lining a simple life with no trouble.
but we observe noise when we actually look closer. they have their own stuff though whihc they need to pull themself thorugh.
we get upset that we are not anything. i m done with life( i thought that when i was 16 and half, not sucide attempt and reason was i got pimples and scars). with time they healed well and so did my mentality to alot extent enough to oost within. point is we may think we are not good enough but you will be surprised to see that there are many other who want to be at your place and are counting on you. — Life
Life Stable Sayings By Vladimir I. Arnold: ... for systems belonging to the singular part of the stability boundary a small change ... for systems belonging to the singular part of the stability boundary a small change of the parameters is more likely to send the system into the unstable region than into the stable region. This is a manifestation of a general principle stating that all good things (e.g. stability) are more fragile than bad things. It seems that in good situations a number of requirements must hold simultaneously, while to call a situation bad even one failure suffices. — Vladimir I. Arnold
Life Stable Sayings By Bertrand Russell: Ages of prolonged uncertainty, while they are compatible with the highest degree of saintliness in Ages of prolonged uncertainty, while they are compatible with the highest degree of saintliness in a few, are inimical to the prosaic every-day virtues of respectable citizens. There seems no use in thrift, when tomorrow all your savings may be dissipated; no advantage in honesty, when the man towards whom you practise it is pretty sure to swindle you; no point in steadfast adherence to the cause, when no cause is important or has a chance of stable victory; no argument in favour of truthfulness, when only supple tergiversation makes the preservation of life and fortune possible. The man whose virtue has no source except a purely terrestrial prudence will in such a world, become an adventurer if he has the courage, and, if not, will seek obscurity as a timid time-server. — Bertrand Russell
Life Stable Sayings By Muammar Al-Gaddafi: Let the free people of the world know that we could have bargained over and Let the free people of the world know that we could have bargained over and sold out our cause in return for a personal secure and stable life. We received many offers to this effect but we chose to be at the vanguard of the confrontation as a badge of duty and honour. — Muammar Al-Gaddafi
Life Stable Sayings By Francis Chan: Isn't the easiest thing at this point to start living in a guarded, safe, controlled Isn't the easiest thing at this point to start living in a guarded, safe, controlled way? To sop taking risks and to be ruled by our fears of what could happen? Turning inward is one way to respond; the other is to acknowledge our lack of control and reach out for God's help. IF life were stable, I'd never need God's help. Since it's not, I reach out for Him regularly. I am thankful for the unknowns and that I don't have control because it makes me run to God. — Francis Chan
Life Stable Sayings By Virginia Woolf: For the vision of a novelist is both complex and specialised; complex, because behind his For the vision of a novelist is both complex and specialised; complex, because behind his characters and apart from them must stand something stable to which he relates them; specialised because since he is a single person with one sensibility the aspects of life in which he can believe with conviction are strictly limited — Virginia Woolf
Life Stable Sayings By Simon Sinek: And when a leader embraces their responsibility to care for people instead of caring for And when a leader embraces their responsibility to care for people instead of caring for numbers, then people will follow, solve problems and see to it that that leader's vision comes to life the right way, a stable way and not the expedient way. — Simon Sinek
Life Stable Sayings By Gabor Mate: As children become increasingly less connected to adults, they rely more and more on each As children become increasingly less connected to adults, they rely more and more on each other; the whole natural order of things change. In the natural order of all mammalian cultures, animals or humans, the young stay under the wings of adults until they themselves reach adulthood. Immature creatures were never meant to bring one another to maturity. They were never meant to look to one another for primary nurturing, modelling, cue giving or mentoring. They are not equipped to give one another a sense of direction or values. As a result of today's shift to this peer orientation, we are seeing the increasing immaturity, alienation, violence and precocious sexualization of North American Youth. The disruption of family life, rapid economic and social changes to human culture and relationships, and the erosion of stable communities are at the core of this shift. — Gabor Mate
Life Stable Sayings By Douglas Coupland: And once again, work is providing us with a comforting sense of normalcy-living and working And once again, work is providing us with a comforting sense of normalcy-living and working inside of coding's predictably segmented time/space. Simply grinding away at something makes life feel stable, even though the external particulars of life (like our pay checks, our office, and so forth) are, at best, random. — Douglas Coupland
Life Stable Sayings By Freeman Dyson: One of the memorable moments of my life was when Willard Libby came to Princeton One of the memorable moments of my life was when Willard Libby came to Princeton with a little jar full of crystals of barium xenate. A stable compound, looking like common salt, but much heavier. This was the magic of chemistry, to see xenon trapped into a crystal. — Freeman Dyson
Life Stable Sayings By James Dobson: It is my view that our society can be no more stable than the foundation It is my view that our society can be no more stable than the foundation of individual family units upon which it rests. Our government, our institutions, our schools ... indeed, our way of life are dependent on healthy marriages and loyalty to the vulnerable little children around our feet. — James Dobson
Life Stable Sayings By Andrew Chan: I don't think I was really going anywhere in life. I don't think, I was I don't think I was really going anywhere in life. I don't think, I was achieving too much, even though I had a stable job and all. — Andrew Chan
Life Stable Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Conflicting egos destroy many relationships. Lasting, stable marriages are a true treasure because they demand Conflicting egos destroy many relationships. Lasting, stable marriages are a true treasure because they demand that both parties adjust to the constant cellular flux of their partner as they metaphase through changing seasons of life. — Kilroy J. Oldster
Life Stable Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Without a stable conception of the object of life, man would rather destroy himself though Without a stable conception of the object of life, man would rather destroy himself though he had bread in abundance. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Life Stable Sayings By Anyen Rinpoche: The fact that each being has its own accordant suffering means that no matter who The fact that each being has its own accordant suffering means that no matter who we are, whether we have a prominent place or the humblest place in society, we all experience suffering. Reflect on all of the ordinary suffering that each and every living being experiences. Many of us face the unbearable suffering of the death of a child. All of us will experience being separated from our parents, either by emotional estrangement or by death. If we are married or in a long-term relationship, that relationship will either break up or end with the death of one of the partners. Many of us have families that do not behave like families due to alcoholism or other kinds of addictions, and we grow up lacking stability and intimacy. Even if we do have a more stable family life, we will still experience the suffering of disagreements, arguing, and fighting. — Anyen Rinpoche
Life Stable Sayings By Brian Eno: I believe that singing is the key to long life, a good figure, a stable I believe that singing is the key to long life, a good figure, a stable temperament, increased intelligence, new friends, super self-confidence, heightened sexual attractiveness, and a better sense of humor. — Brian Eno
Life Stable Sayings By Ali Shariati: Remaining stable and not accepting all the ideas, is my religion. Remaining stable and not accepting all the ideas, is my religion. — Ali Shariati
Life Stable Sayings By Carolyn See: Women want a family life that glitters and is stable. They don't want some lump Women want a family life that glitters and is stable. They don't want some lump spouse watching ice hockey in the late hours of his eighteenth beer. They want a family that is so much fun and is so smart that they look forward to Thanksgiving rather than regarding it with a shudder. That's the glitter part. The stable part is, obviously, they don't want to be one bead on a long necklace of wives. They want, just like men, fun, love, fame, money and power. And equal pay for equal work. — Carolyn See
Life Stable Sayings By Philip K. Dick: In former days Bob Arctor had run his affairs differently: there had been a wife In former days Bob Arctor had run his affairs differently: there had been a wife much like other wives, two small daughters, a stable household that got swept and cleaned and emptied out daily, the dead newspapers not even opened carried from the front walk to the garbage pail, on even, sometimes, read. But then one day, while lifting out an electric corn popper from under the sink, Arctor had hit his head on the corner of a kitchen cabinet directly above him. The pain, the cut in his scalp, so unexpected and undeserved, had for some reason cleared away the cobwebs. It lashed on him instantly that he didn't hate the kitchen cabinet: he hated his wife, his two daughters, his whole house, the back yard with its power mower, the garage, the radiant heating system, the front yard, the fence, the whole fucking place and everyone in it. He wanted a divorce; he wanted to split. And so he had, very soon. And entered, by degrees, a new and somber life, lacking all of that. — Philip K. Dick
Life Stable Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: This has been my difficulty. The difficulty with my life. Those well-built trig points, those This has been my difficulty. The difficulty with my life. Those well-built trig points, those physical determinants of parents, background, school, family, birth, marriage, death, love, work, are themselves as much in motion as I am. What should be stable, shifts. What I am told is solid, slips. The sensible strong ordinary world of fixity is folklore. The earth is not flat. Geometry cedes to algebra. The Greeks were wrong. — Jeanette Winterson
Life Stable Sayings By Frances E. Willard: Tens of thousands who could never afford to own, feed and stable a horse, had Tens of thousands who could never afford to own, feed and stable a horse, had by this bright invention enjoyed the swiftness of motion which is perhaps the most fascinating feature of material life. — Frances E. Willard
Life Stable Sayings By Rachel Cusk: A neighbor is something that belongs to the stable world of home life, the thing A neighbor is something that belongs to the stable world of home life, the thing that lives next door to you. — Rachel Cusk
Life Stable Sayings By Auliq Ice: Life is a test of courage, It's only worth if you can learn to withstand Life is a test of courage, It's only worth if you can learn to withstand your most trying times and remain stable, steady, simple and strong in different places and spaces. — Auliq Ice
Life Stable Sayings By Margaret Halsey: The American family is failing in its job of turning out stable human beings ... The American family is failing in its job of turning out stable human beings ... It is failing because Americans do not dare to cultivate in themselves those characteristics which would make family life creative and rewarding. To do so, would ruin them financially. — Margaret Halsey
Life Stable Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: For the secret of man's being is not only to live but to have something For the secret of man's being is not only to live but to have something to live for. Without a stable conception of the object of life, man would not consent to go on living, and would rather destroy himself than remain on earth, though he had bread in abundance. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Life Stable Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Tirian, with his head against Jewel's flank, slept as soundly as if he were in Tirian, with his head against Jewel's flank, slept as soundly as if he were in his royal bed at Cair Paravel, till the sound of a gong beating awoke him and he sat up and saw that there was firelight on the far side of the stable and knew that the hour had come. "Kiss me, Jewel," he said. "For certainly this is our last night on earth. And if ever I offended against you in any matter great or small, forgive me now."
"Dear King," said the Unicorn, "I could almost wish you had, so that I might forgive it. Farewell. We have known great joys together. If Aslan gave me my choice I would choose no other life than the life I have had and no other death than the one we go to. — C.S. Lewis
Life Stable Sayings By David Suzuki: Over and over, the economy has determined the extent of our response, but how much Over and over, the economy has determined the extent of our response, but how much value does it place on breathable air, drinkable water, edible food and stable weather and climate? Surely the economy is the means to a better future, not an end in itself. Surely it must be subordinate to a rich, diverse ecosphere that sustains all life. — David Suzuki
Life Stable Sayings By Laura Bush: I was so fortunate. My parents lived lives of service. They helped other people, that I was so fortunate. My parents lived lives of service. They helped other people, that was their second nature; it came to them so naturally. It wasn't forced. This is their character, and it's a big advantage I have, being raised by people like this, having a secure and stable life, and a lot of love and encouragement. — Laura Bush
Life Stable Sayings By Sachin Kundalkar: I'd be staring at you and thinking, I should ask, I should ask, I should I'd be staring at you and thinking, I should ask, I should ask, I should ask; do you want to be in a stable monogamous relationship for the rest of your life? — Sachin Kundalkar
Life Stable Sayings By Roy Scranton: Likewise, civilizations have throughout history marched blindly toward disaster, because humans are wired to believe Likewise, civilizations have throughout history marched blindly toward disaster, because humans are wired to believe that tomorrow will be much like today - it is unnatural for us to think that this way of life, this present moment, this order of things is not stable and permanent. Across the world today, our actions testify to our belief that we can go on like this forever, burning oil, poisoning the seas, killing off other species, pumping carbon into the air, ignoring the ominous silence of our coal mine canaries in favor of the unending robotic tweets of our new digital imaginarium. Yet the reality of global climate change is going to keep intruding on our fantasies of perpetual growth, permanent innovation and endless energy, just as the reality of mortality shocks our casual faith in permanence. — Roy Scranton
Life Stable Sayings By Harold H. Bloomfield: To love means being 100 percent responsible for your experience of living, to not be To love means being 100 percent responsible for your experience of living, to not be a victim or a martyr, and to be 100 percent accountable for the quality of your life, which includes the amount of love, joy, and growth you create in your relationships each day. To love is the ability to remain strong, stable, and committed through difficult times, changes, and challenges. It means being gentle, kind, and supportive of your potential, goals, and aspirations. — Harold H. Bloomfield
Life Stable Sayings By Ilan Shamir: Adivce from a horseTake life's hurdels in stride.Loosen the reins.Be free sprited.Keep the burrs from Adivce from a horse
Take life's hurdels in stride.
Loosen the reins.
Be free sprited.
Keep the burrs from under your saddle.
Carry your friends when they need it.
Keep stable.
Gallop to greatness. — Ilan Shamir
Life Stable Sayings By Suki Waterhouse: You can have some stable things in life, and so long as you're not away You can have some stable things in life, and so long as you're not away from those things for too long, they can help keep you grounded. — Suki Waterhouse
Life Stable Sayings By Max Heindel: When passion has wrecked the body in one life, it is stamped upon the seed When passion has wrecked the body in one life, it is stamped upon the seed atom. In the next descent to rebirth, it is therefore impossible for him to gather sound material with which to build a brain of stable construction. — Max Heindel