Losing Something And Gaining Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Losing Something And Gaining Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Josh Homme: When it's time to make music, that's about getting lost for me. To be a When it's time to make music, that's about getting lost for me. To be a control freak is not half as good as being a freak who's casually in control. You're feeling around in the dark for something that feels good. — Josh Homme
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Sharon Stone: People are afraid of changing; that they're losing something. They don't understand that they are People are afraid of changing; that they're losing something. They don't understand that they are also gaining something. — Sharon Stone
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Calia Read: Sex. Love. Fucking. Call it what you want but they are all the same. Each Sex.
Love.
Fucking.
Call it what you want but they are all the same. Each one requires you to give a piece of yourself that you can never get back.
But with the right person, everything will align perfectly. The world stops turning on its axis, time slows and you realize that while you're losing a piece of yourself, you're also gaining something in return. What they give you fits you just right. — Calia Read
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Death is the end of the poetry we call life. Death is the end of the poetry we call life. — Debasish Mridha
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By The New York Times: wreck but Trot Nixon's fair ball nestled in his glove. wreck but Trot Nixon's fair ball nestled in his glove. — The New York Times
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Roy L. Pickering Jr.: It was his experience that life worked under the same guidelines as a capitalistic society. It was his experience that life worked under the same guidelines as a capitalistic society. In order to get what you wanted, it was usually necessary to give up something in return. Sometimes gaining what you defined as everything meant losing what you most needed. — Roy L. Pickering Jr.
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Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Horatius Bonar: The soul and eternity of one man depends upon the voice of another The soul and eternity of one man depends upon the voice of another — Horatius Bonar
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Shahid Hussain Raja: Sometimes we have to lose somthing precious not necessarilly to gain something priceless; sometimes, just Sometimes we have to lose somthing precious not necessarilly to gain something priceless; sometimes, just losing is priceless — Shahid Hussain Raja
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Yoon Ha Lee: After watching the house for a few days, she had concluded that the magician lived After watching the house for a few days, she had concluded that the magician lived alone, but you never knew if someone had a secret lover stashed away. Or a very loud pet. That time with the peacock, for instance. Noisy birds, peacocks. — Yoon Ha Lee
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Richard Flanagan: There grew between him and Ella a conspiracy of experience, as if the raising of There grew between him and Ella a conspiracy of experience, as if the raising of children, the industry of supporting each other in ways practical and tender, and the sum of years and then decades of private conversations and small intimacies - the odour of each other on waking; the trembling sound of each other's breathing when a child was unwell; the illnesses, the griefs and cares, the tendernesses, unexpected and unbidden - as if all this were somehow more binding, more important and more undeniable than love, whatever love was. — Richard Flanagan
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Losing something might be a blessing; gaining something might be a curse! Losing something might be a blessing; gaining something might be a curse! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Neil Strauss: A healthy relationship is when two individuated adults decide to have a relationship and that A healthy relationship is when two individuated adults decide to have a relationship and that becomes a third entity. They nurture the relationship and the relationship nurtures them. But they're not overly dependent or independent: They are interdependent, which means that they take care of the majority of their needs and wants on their own, but when they can't, they're not afraid to ask their partner for help." She pauses to let it all sink in, then concludes, "Only when our love for someone exceeds our need for them do we have a shot at a genuine relationship together. — Neil Strauss
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Donald Miller: Right, but you know, what would any of us lose by losing our possessions. Maybe Right, but you know, what would any of us lose by losing our possessions. Maybe we would gain something, like relationships, like the beauty of good friends, intimacy, you know what I mean, man? Like we wouldn't be losing anything if we lost our stuff, we'd be gaining everything. — Donald Miller
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Che Guevara: Real revolutionaries adorn themselves on the inside, not on the surface. Real revolutionaries adorn themselves on the inside, not on the surface. — Che Guevara
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Aristotle.: The true end of tragedy is to purify the passions. The true end of tragedy is to purify the passions. — Aristotle.
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Spencer Johnson: Little story that changed everything." "How so?" Nathan asked. "Well, the story changed the way Little story that changed everything." "How so?" Nathan asked. "Well, the story changed the way I looked at change - from losing something to gaining something - and it showed me how to do it. After that, things quickly improved-at work and in my life. "At first I was annoyed with the obvious simplicity of the story because it sounded like something we might have been told in school. "Then I realized I was really annoyed with myself for not seeing the obvious and doing what works when things change. "When I realized the four characters in the story represented the various parts of myself, I decided who I wanted to act like and I changed. "Later, I passed the story on to some people in our company and they passed it on to others, and soon our business did much better, because most of us adapted to change better. And like me, many people said it helped them in their personal lives. "However there were a few people who said they — Spencer Johnson
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Steven Weber: Fantasy-based ideologies invariably have neat happy endings where all the bad people and all the Fantasy-based ideologies invariably have neat happy endings where all the bad people and all the bad behavior goes away when the volume is turned up and enough force is applied. — Steven Weber
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Albert Einstein: Nothing will end war unless the people refuse to go to war. Nothing will end war unless the people refuse to go to war. — Albert Einstein
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Annie Dillard: The interior life is often stupid. Its egoism blinds it and deafens it; its imagination The interior life is often stupid. Its egoism blinds it and deafens it; its imagination spins out ignorant tales, fascinated. It fancies that the western wind blows on the Self, and leaves fall at the feet of the Self for a reason, and people are watching. A mind risks real ignorance for the sometimes paltry prize of an imagination enriched. The trick of reason is to get the imagination to seize the actual world - if only from time to time. — Annie Dillard
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Janne Teller: We cried because we had lost something and gained something else. And because it hurt We cried because we had lost something and gained something else. And because it hurt both losing and gaining. And because we knew what we had lost but weren't as yet able to put into words what it was we had gained. — Janne Teller
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Robert B. Cialdini: people seem to be more motivated by the thought of losing something than by the people seem to be more motivated by the thought of losing something than by the thought of gaining something of equal value. — Robert B. Cialdini
Losing Something And Gaining Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Losing something is difficult while gaining something is easier. So try to gain beauty and Losing something is difficult while gaining something is easier. So try to gain beauty and make your life prettier. — Debasish Mridha