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Many Different Faces Sayings By Charles Caleb Colton: Our minds are as different as our faces. We are all traveling to one destination: Our minds are as different as our faces. We are all traveling to one destination: happiness, but few are going by the same road. — Charles Caleb Colton
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Nicole Scherzinger: In normal life people say, 'You're so different than on stage!' Offstage I'm down to In normal life people say, 'You're so different than on stage!' Offstage I'm down to earth, simple and a very goofy girl ... I like to make goofy faces, be dorky and not take things too seriously. I just love to laugh. — Nicole Scherzinger
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Cornelia Funke: I pledge to set out to live a thousand lives between printed pages.I pledge to I pledge to set out to live a thousand lives between printed pages.
I pledge to use books as doors to other minds, old and young, girl and boy, man and animal.
I pledge to use books to open windows to a thousand different worlds and to the thousand different faces of my own world.
I pledge to use books to make my universe spread much wider than the world I live in every day.
I pledge to treat my books like friends, visiting them all from time to time and keeping them close. — Cornelia Funke
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Alexis Sanchez: Life is like the dice that, falling, still show a different face. So life, though Life is like the dice that, falling, still show a different face. So life, though it remains the same, is always presenting different aspects. — Alexis Sanchez
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Claudia Gray: Surgery has warped the faces of every woman over thirty; they don't look younger, just Surgery has warped the faces of every woman over thirty; they don't look younger, just not quite human in a way society has decided to pretend not to see. Half of the people are talking more to the holograms from their rings or badges than they are to the people around them. What conversation I can hear is mostly gossip: who's shagging who, who's making money, who's losing it, who's not invited to the next party like this. Maybe the technology is different, but the shallowness of the scene is probably universal. So this is the life my father escaped when he chose to go into science, to leave Great Britain and join Mom in California. He was even smarter than I knew. — Claudia Gray
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Vivek Wadhwa: Recruiting talent is no different than any other challenge a startup faces. It's all about Recruiting talent is no different than any other challenge a startup faces. It's all about selling. — Vivek Wadhwa
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Hideaki Anno: Eva is a story of repetition. It is a story where our protagonist faces the Eva is a story of repetition. It is a story where our protagonist faces the same situation many times over and determinedly picks himself back up again. It is a story of the will to move forward, even if only a little. It is a story of the resolve to want to be together, even though it is frightening to have contact with others and endure ambiguous loneliness. I would be most gratified if you found enjoyment in these four parts as it takes the same story and metamorphoses it into something different. — Hideaki Anno
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Alexandra Kleeman: Sometimes a face could be so simple: even a couple of dark spots on a Sometimes a face could be so simple: even a couple of dark spots on a lighter surface or a dark oval in the distance might be a face. An electrical socket could be a face, a mailbox or a couple of punctuation marks could congeal suddenly into something with an expression. Our faces, on the other hand, were made of hundreds of different parts, each part separate and tenuous and capable of being ugly, each part waiting for a product designed to isolate and act upon it. — Alexandra Kleeman
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Sally Field: I find that's one of the great things about acting-you have the opportunity to stand I find that's one of the great things about acting-you have the opportunity to stand in somebody else's shoes. Each character faces a dilemma in her life, and as an actor you're able to step into that character's skin, look through her eyes. You leave transformed, a different person, because once you live a little bit of someone's life, it changes you. — Sally Field
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Mitchell Reiss: Now North Korea certainly is located in a different place geographically, but I think it Now North Korea certainly is located in a different place geographically, but I think it faces the same type of strategic decision. Does it want a different future for its people? — Mitchell Reiss
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Jodi Picoult: Being a mother gives you a singular sort of vision, a prism through which you Being a mother gives you a singular sort of vision, a prism through which you can see your child with many different faces all at once. It is the reason you can watch him shatter a ceramic lamp, and still remember him as an angel. — Jodi Picoult
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Nael Gharzeddine: You insist it will end like others had. From yourself, for me you fear.You forget You insist it will end like others had. From yourself, for me you fear.
You forget that I am different. Please trust the luck that brought us here.
I say, give it a try, give it a chance; change your mind and spread your wing.
I am too dear, you explain. Flying with you is a risky fling.
Chances you gave to nameless faces showed you life in black and white.
The light I see when I see your face makes me certain that I am right.
Never the same again. I took the oath to wait.
You would come around, I promised. You just need time.
Nothing is the same with that oath to wait.
You would come around, now or later ... never too late. — Nael Gharzeddine
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Patrick Ness: They're weak and strong and they make mistakes, like anyone, like he has. And love They're weak and strong and they make mistakes, like anyone, like he has. And love and care have all kinds of different faces, and within them, there's room for understanding, and for forgiveness, and for more. More and more and more. Sometimes — Patrick Ness
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Javaria Waseem: Lahore was a different world in its own; the busy life, the rich history, the Lahore was a different world in its own; the busy life, the rich history, the colourful culture, and the unfamiliar faces — Javaria Waseem
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Many Different Faces Sayings By Sherry Turkle: There is another way to think about conversation, one that is less about information and There is another way to think about conversation, one that is less about information and more about creating a space to be explored. You are interested in hearing about how another person approaches things - her or her opinions and associations. In this kind of conversation - I think of it as 'whole person conversation' - if things go quiet for a while you look deeper, you don't look away or text a friend. You try to read your friends in a different way. Perhaps you look into their faces or attend to their body language. Or you allow for silence. Perhaps when we talk about 'conversations' being boring, such a frequent complaint, we are saying how uncomfortable we are with stillness. — Sherry Turkle
Many Different Faces Sayings By Blaise Pascal: Le nez de Cle opa" tre: s'il e u" t e te plus court, toute Le nez de Cle opa" tre: s'il e u" t e te plus court, toute la face de la terre aurait change . Cleopatra'snose: if it had beenshorter the whole face of the earth would have been different. — Blaise Pascal
Many Different Faces Sayings By Robin Wall Kimmerer: Just as you can pick out the voice of a loved one in the tumult Just as you can pick out the voice of a loved one in the tumult of a noisy room, or spot your child's smile in a sea of faces, intimate connection allows recognition in an all-too-often anonymous world. This sense of connection arises from a special kind of discrimination, a search image that comes from a long time spent looking and listening. Intimacy gives us a different way of seeing, when visual acuity is not enough. — Robin Wall Kimmerer
Many Different Faces Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: When she had him along, the world looked different, and she liked the way she When she had him along, the world looked different, and she liked the way she saw things she'd never seen before ... But she noticed other things, too
the way she herself felt acutely visible with the baby in her arms, and the way some people's faces lit up when they saw a child. His warm weight was like living ballast, thrumming with energy, giving her substance. Folks were drawn to that. — Ruth Ozeki
Many Different Faces Sayings By Steven Whitney: Abstract and conceptual painters face different demons than representational painters, but neither group has a Abstract and conceptual painters face different demons than representational painters, but neither group has a monopoly on either authenticity or originality. — Steven Whitney
Many Different Faces Sayings By Robert Jordan: As the Wheel of Time turns, places wear many names. Men wear many names, many As the Wheel of Time turns, places wear many names. Men wear many names, many faces. Different faces, but always the same man. Yet no one knows the Great Pattern the Wheel weaves, or even the Pattern of an Age. We can only watch, and study, and hope. — Robert Jordan
Many Different Faces Sayings By Jane Smiley: She could not have created this moment, these lovely faces, these candles flickering, the flash She could not have created this moment, these lovely faces, these candles flickering, the flash of the silverware, the fragrances of the food hanging over the table, the heads turning this way and that, the voices murmuring and laughing. She looked at Walter, who was so far away from her, all the way at the other end of the table, having a laugh with Andrea, who had a beautiful suit on, navy blue with a tiny waist and white collar and cuffs. As if on cue, Walter turned from Andrea and looked at Rosanna, and they agreed in that instant: something had created itself from nothing - a dumpy old house had been filled, if only for this moment, with twenty-three different worlds, each one of them rich and mysterious. — Jane Smiley
Many Different Faces Sayings By Michael Farris Smith: And it was then that Cohen began to feel the weight of the others in And it was then that Cohen began to feel the weight of the others in this house on this dot on the map below the Line. He had always been aware that he wasn't the only one who had lost, but the losses for others seemed different to him, more true and exact, now that the losses of others had eyes and faces and arms and legs. — Michael Farris Smith
Many Different Faces Sayings By Walter Salles: The Peruvian faces are completely different from that faces in Argentina and in Brazil. The Peruvian faces are completely different from that faces in Argentina and in Brazil. — Walter Salles
Many Different Faces Sayings By Richard Wagamese: We were hockey gypsies, heading down another gravel road every weekend, plowing into the heart We were hockey gypsies, heading down another gravel road every weekend, plowing into the heart of that magnificent northern landscape. We never gave a thought to being deprived as we travelled, to being shut out of the regular league system. We never gave a thought to being Indian. Different. We only thought of the game and the brotherhood that bound us together off the ice, in the van, on the plank floors of reservation houses, in the truck stop diners where if we'd won we had a little to splurge on a burger and soup before we hit the road again. Small joys. All of them tied together, entwined to form an experience we would not have traded for any other. We were a league of nomads, mad for the game, mad for the road, mad for ice and snow, an Arctic wind on our faces and a frozen puck on the blade of our sticks. — Richard Wagamese
Many Different Faces Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: What a great genius this water is! It has thousands of different beautiful faces: It What a great genius this water is! It has thousands of different beautiful faces: It is a rainbow, an ocean, a lake, an iceberg, a waterfall, a river, a drop, a fog ... What a great genius this water is! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Many Different Faces Sayings By L.J.Smith: The worms were beautifully drawn, with their nervous systems and reproductive organs shaded in different The worms were beautifully drawn, with their nervous systems and reproductive organs shaded in different colors of highlighter, but the artist had also given them big goofy smiling faces. Grotesque but lovable in a cross-eyed way. — L.J.Smith
Many Different Faces Sayings By Erik Weihenmayer: Climbing is actually a great sport for blind people and that carried me on to Climbing is actually a great sport for blind people and that carried me on to climbing bigger and bigger mountains, snowy mountains, ice faces, and developing different techniques to be able to do that. — Erik Weihenmayer
Many Different Faces Sayings By James Salter: There is no situation like the open road, and seeing things completely afresh. I'm used There is no situation like the open road, and seeing things completely afresh. I'm used to traveling. It's not a question of meeting or seeing new faces particularly, or hearing new stories, but of looking at life in a different way. It's the curtain coming up on another act. — James Salter
Many Different Faces Sayings By Stephen King: As I believe I have said, everyone in prison is an innocent man. Oh, they As I believe I have said, everyone in prison is an innocent man. Oh, they read the scripture the way those holy rollers on TV read the Book of Revelations. They were the victims of judges with hearts of stone and balls to match, or incompetent lawyers, or police frame-ups, or bad luck. They read the scripture, but you can see a different scripture in their faces. Most cons are a low sort, no good to themselves or anyone else, and their worst luck was that their mothers carried them to term. — Stephen King
Many Different Faces Sayings By Bubba Smith: You know, he would go and look at different funny books because he wanted his You know, he would go and look at different funny books because he wanted his character to be different and make different faces. I saw a funny book in his room and it looked like the same character he was playing. It was about a duck. — Bubba Smith
Many Different Faces Sayings By Catherine Ryan Hyde: Science lesson?" he asked. "Yeah!" both boys shouted at once. They looked up at him Science lesson?" he asked. "Yeah!" both boys shouted at once. They looked up at him with eager faces. August wondered if his job would be different if kids looked up at him with eager faces. And if even these two kids would have been the slightest bit eager for a science lesson if they had been in school. Maybe the school was the problem, August thought. Maybe everybody wants a science lesson if they're sitting in the middle of one of the greatest geothermal wonders of the world. Maybe we've removed all the relevance from the information we teach kids so they have no idea why they should care. Maybe it's not the kids' fault. Maybe we made the first mistake. "I'll — Catherine Ryan Hyde
Many Different Faces Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Truth, and goodness, and beauty, are but different faces of the same All Truth, and goodness, and beauty, are but different faces of the same All — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Many Different Faces Sayings By Cary McNeal: Misidentified eyewitness testimony was a factor in 77 percent of DNA exoneration cases, making it Misidentified eyewitness testimony was a factor in 77 percent of DNA exoneration cases, making it the leading cause of wrongful convictions in the United States. In 40 percent of cases, cross-racial identification was a factor. Studies show that people are less likely to recognize faces of a different race, making race a factor in wrongful convictions. — Cary McNeal
Many Different Faces Sayings By Dan Brown: As the sun rose over Washington, Langdon looked to the heavens, where the last of As the sun rose over Washington, Langdon looked to the heavens, where the last of the nighttime stars were fading out. He thought about science, about faith, about man. He thought about how every culture, in every country, in every time, had always shared one thing. We all had the Creator. We use different names, different faces, and different prayers, but God was the universal constant for man. God was the symbol we all shared ... the symbol of all the mysteries of life that we could not understand. The ancients had praised God as a symbol of our limitless human potential, but that ancient symbol had been lost over time. Until now. — Dan Brown
Many Different Faces Sayings By Howard Zinn: TEACHER:: Now children, you don't think white people are any better than you because they TEACHER:: Now children, you don't think white people are any better than you because they have straight hair and white faces? STUDENTS:: No, sir. TEACHER:: No, they are no better, but they are different, they possess great power, they formed this great government, they control this vast country ... Now what makes them different from you? STUDENTS:: Money! TEACHER:: Yes, but what enabled them to obtain it? How did they get money? STUDENTS:: Got it off us, stole it off we all! — Howard Zinn
Many Different Faces Sayings By Neil Gaiman: As the Hindu gods are "immortal" only in a very particular sense - for they As the Hindu gods are "immortal" only in a very particular sense - for they are born and they die - they experience most of the great human dilemmas and often seem to differ from mortals in a few trivial details ... and from demons even less. Yet they are regarded by the Hindus as a class of beings by definition totally different from any other; they are symbols in a way that no human being, however "archetypal" his life story, can ever be. They are actors playing parts that are real only for us; they are the masks behind which we see our own faces. — Neil Gaiman
Many Different Faces Sayings By Leonardo Da Vinci: Make your faces so that they do not all have the same expression, as one Make your faces so that they do not all have the same expression, as one sees with most painters, but give them different expression, according to age, complexion, and good or bad character. — Leonardo Da Vinci
Many Different Faces Sayings By Nelson Mandela: When we can sit in the face of insanity or dislikes and be free from When we can sit in the face of insanity or dislikes and be free from the need to make it different, then we are free. — Nelson Mandela
Many Different Faces Sayings By Honeysuckle Weeks: The coral that grows at the edge of the reef is always the strongest and The coral that grows at the edge of the reef is always the strongest and most colourful because it faces the greatest battering. It's the same if you're called Honeysuckle. I'd have had a totally different life if I'd been called Mary. — Honeysuckle Weeks
Many Different Faces Sayings By Herman Koch: Movie or no, you should never put pictures of the book's characters on the cover. Movie or no, you should never put pictures of the book's characters on the cover. That only cramps the reader's fantasy. You force him to keep seeing the faces of the actors in the movie. For someone who has seen the movie first and then, out of curiosity, goes on to read the whole book, that might not be so bad. But anyone who reads the book first is faced with a dilemma. During the reading he sees the faces of all the characters in his mind's eye. Faces he wants to assemble with his own fantasy. No matter how those faces may be described. Despite your superfluous descriptions of noses, eyes, ears, and hair color, each reader constructs his own faces in his own imagination. Three hundred thousand readers; that's three hundred thousand different faces for each character. Three hundred thousand faces that are destroyed at one fell swoop by that one face in the movie. As a reader, it's pretty tough to remember that imaginary face after seeing the actor on the screen. Two — Herman Koch
Many Different Faces Sayings By Allison Winn Scotch: Nothing is different here and now than it used to be: The people whom I Nothing is different here and now than it used to be: The people whom I need most are gone, and the ones who remain do nothing to help me get to where I need to go. Different names, different faces, but the end result is still the same. — Allison Winn Scotch
Many Different Faces Sayings By Susanna Kaysen: In the parallel universe the laws of physics are suspended.What goes up does not necessarily In the parallel universe the laws of physics are suspended.
What goes up does not necessarily come down, a body at rest does not tend to stay at
rest and not every action can be counted on to provoke an equal and opposite reaction.
Time, 'too, is different. It may run in circles, flow backward, skip about from now to
then. The very arrangement of molecules is fluid: Tables can be clocks, faces,
flowers. — Susanna Kaysen
Many Different Faces Sayings By Christopher Moore: Don't be so hard on yourself, You're doing the same thing, trying to reconcile all Don't be so hard on yourself, You're doing the same thing, trying to reconcile all the moms that Mom ever was - The one you wanted, the one she was when you needed her and she was there, the one she was when she didn't understand. Most of us don't live our lives with one, integrated self that meets the world, we're a whole bunch of selves. When someone dies, they all integrate into the soul - the essence of who we are, beyond the different faces we wear throughout our lives. You're just hating the selves you've always hated, and loving the ones you've always loved. It's bound to mess you up. — Christopher Moore
Many Different Faces Sayings By Wildbow: Like actors taking a role in a play. We wear our human faces and harbor Like actors taking a role in a play. We wear our human faces and harbor our dramas and fantasies, but it's the same individuals playing the parts, as the play starts anew on a different stage, with different faces and forms. If it all goes well, a figure from the crowd joins the stage for the plays that follow, and the roles are refined. — Wildbow
Many Different Faces Sayings By Jan Jansen: Some People have Different Faces but Remember with one Face we will always go to Some People have Different Faces but Remember with one Face we will always go to the End. — Jan Jansen
Many Different Faces Sayings By Jessica Khoury: Time has a different meaning for me, and these events that seem so monumental in Time has a different meaning for me, and these events that seem so monumental in the moment will one day be nothing more than a line in a scroll. These humans are but letters to be inked into history. A hundred years from now, I will be free. I will have forgotten their names and faces, and the struggles they have will not matter. Time has a way of burying things, shifting like the desert and swallowing entire civilizations, erasing them from map and memory. Always, in the end, everything returns to dust. — Jessica Khoury
Many Different Faces Sayings By John Dos Passos: There are too many "creative writing" courses and seminars, in which young wirters are constantly There are too many "creative writing" courses and seminars, in which young wirters are constantly being taught to rewrite the previous generation. They should be experimenting on their own. Every writer faces different problems which he must solve for himself. — John Dos Passos
Many Different Faces Sayings By Rumi: You've seen a herd of goatsgoing down to the water.The lame and dreamy goatbrings up You've seen a herd of goats
going down to the water.
The lame and dreamy goat
brings up the rear.
They are worried faces about that one,
but now they're laughing,
because look, as they return,
the goat is leading!
They are many different kind of knowing.
The lame goat's kind is a branch
that traces back to the roots of presence.
Learn from the lame goat,
and lead the herd back home. — Rumi
Many Different Faces Sayings By David Levithan: A city presents many different faces, and it is up to the traveller to assemble A city presents many different faces, and it is up to the traveller to assemble the proper composite. — David Levithan
Many Different Faces Sayings By Amy McNamara: What I wanted wasn't hidden, it was just messy. Uncertain. In my heart it could What I wanted wasn't hidden, it was just messy. Uncertain. In my heart it could have been anything less prescribed, something open, different. Something that got me out into the larger world, watching people, the secrets playing on their faces. Something true. I wanted to see something true. Collect as many stories as my heart could hold.
My stupid heart. — Amy McNamara
Many Different Faces Sayings By Bill Bryson: In Flemish bond, headers alternate with stretchers from brick to brick. Flemish bond is much In Flemish bond, headers alternate with stretchers from brick to brick. Flemish bond is much more popular than English, not because it is stronger, but because it is more economical since every facade has more long faces than short ones, and thus requires fewer bricks. But there were many other patterns - Chinese bond, Dearne's bond, English garden-wall bond, cross bond, rat-trap bond, monk bond, flying bond, and so on - each signifying a different configuration of headers and stretchers. — Bill Bryson
Many Different Faces Sayings By C. JoyBell C.: The French are like a coin with a different face on either side of it The French are like a coin with a different face on either side of it (every coin has two faces), for every action there is an equally strong opposing idea that vibrates on the other end within them like the receiving side of a series of ripples in a pond. But this is all happening within themselves. The French are exactly like their own language: there are too many letters but then you're not supposed to pronounce them! — C. JoyBell C.
Many Different Faces Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: But it is already light. How long has it been light? All this while, light But it is already light. How long has it been light? All this while, light has come percolating in, along with the cold morning air flowing now across his nipples: it has begun to reveal an assortment of drunken wastrels, some in uniform and some not, clutching empty or near-empty bottles, here draped over a chair, there huddled into a cold fireplace, or sprawled on various divans, un-Hoovered rugs and chaise longues down the different levels of the enormous room, snoring and wheezing at many rhythms, in self-renewing chorus, as London light, winter and elastic light, grows between the faces of the mullioned windows, grows among the strata of last night's smoke still hung, fading, from the waxed beams of the ceiling. All these horizontal here, these comrades in arms, look just as rosy as a bunch of Dutch peasants dreaming of their certain resurrection in the next few minutes. — Thomas Pynchon
Many Different Faces Sayings By Tara Sivec: Not all babies are cute when they're born no matter how many new parents try Not all babies are cute when they're born no matter how many new parents try to convince you otherwise. This is yet another lie the half-baked "theys" lead you to believe. Some babies are born looking like old men with wrinkled faces, age spots, and a receding hairline. When I was born, my father George took my hospital picture over to his friend Tim's house while my mom was still recuperating in the hospital. Tim took one look at my picture and said, "Oh sweet Jesus, George. You better hope she's smart." It was no different with my son, Gavin. He was funny looking. I was his mother, so I could say that. He had a huge head, no hair, and his ears stuck out so far I often wondered if they worked like the Whisper 2000, and he was able to pick up conversations from a block away. — Tara Sivec
Many Different Faces Sayings By James Morcan: Democrats and Republicans were essentially the same party with different faces and that was why, Democrats and Republicans were essentially the same party with different faces and that was why, no matter how many promises each leader made, significant change rarely transpired. — James Morcan
Many Different Faces Sayings By Hugh Howey: They arrived in a trickle, and then in clumps, and then in crowds. They marveled They arrived in a trickle, and then in clumps, and then in crowds. They marveled at the steady lights in the hallways and explored the offices. None of these people had ever seen the inside of IT. Few of them had spent much time in the Up Top, except on pilgrimages after a cleaning. Families wandered from room to room; kids clutched reams of paper; many came to Juliette or the others with the notes Raph had folded and dropped, asking about the food. In just a few days, they looked different. Coveralls were stained and torn, faces stubbled and gaunt, eyes ringed with dark circles. In just a few days. Juliette saw that they had only a few days more before things grew desperate. Everyone saw that. — Hugh Howey