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Mighty Sayings By Edgar Allan Poe: Is a pale desert of gigantic water-lilies. They sigh one unto the other in that Is a pale desert of gigantic water-lilies. They sigh one unto the other in that solitude. And stretch towards the heaven their long and ghastly necks. And nod to and fro their everlasting heads. And there is an indistinct murmur which cometh out from among them like the rushing of subterrene water. And they sigh unto the other ... And the tall primeval trees rock eternally hither and thither with a crashing and mighty sound. And from their high summits, one by one, drop everlasting dews. And at the roots strange poisonous flowers lie writhing in perturbed slumber. And overhead, with a rustling loud noise, the gray clouds rush westwardly forever, until they roll, a cataract, over the fiery wall of the horizon ... — Edgar Allan Poe
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Mighty Sayings By John Quincy Adams: If there have been those who doubted whether a confederated representative democracy were a government If there have been those who doubted whether a confederated representative democracy were a government competent to the wise and orderly management of the common concerns of a mighty nation, those doubts have been dispelled. — John Quincy Adams
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Mighty Sayings By Kimberly McRae: We serve a mighty God! If God is capable of creating the heavens and the We serve a mighty God! If God is capable of creating the heavens and the earth, should He not be capable of watching over every aspect of our lives. — Kimberly McRae
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Mighty Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: With a mighty mind, you can conquer every mountain. With a mighty mind, you can conquer every mountain. — Lailah Gifty Akita
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Mighty Sayings By Moliere: Tartuffe: For heaven's sake! Before you speak, I pray you take this handkerchief.Dorine: Whatever do Tartuffe: For heaven's sake! Before you speak, I pray you take this handkerchief.
Dorine: Whatever do you mean?
Tartuffe: Cove your bosom. I can't bear to see it. Such pernicious sights give rise to sinful thoughts.
Dorine: You're mighty susceptible to temptation then! The flesh must make a great impression on you! I really don't know why you should get so excited. I can't say that I'm so easily roused. I could see you naked from head to foot and your whole carcass wouldn't tempt me in the least. — Moliere
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Mighty Sayings By George Will: [The World Trade Center and the Pentagon] have drawn, like gathered lightning, the anger of [The World Trade Center and the Pentagon] have drawn, like gathered lightning, the anger of the enemies of civilization. Those enemies are always out there ... Americans are slow to anger but mighty when angry, and their proper anger now should be alloyed with pride. They are targets because of their virtues-principally democracy, and loyalty to those nations which, like Israel, are embattled salients of our virtues in a still-dangerous world. — George Will
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Mighty Sayings By John Donne: Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so. For, those, whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow. Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill me. — John Donne
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Mighty Sayings By Theodore Roosevelt: The true friend of property, the true conservative, is he who insists that property shall The true friend of property, the true conservative, is he who insists that property shall be the servant and not the master of the commonwealth; who insists that the creature of man's making shall be the servant and not the master of the man who made it. The citizens of the United States must effectively control the mighty commercial forces which they have called into being. There can be no effective control of corporations while their political activity remains. To put an end to it will be neither a short nor an easy task, but it can be done. — Theodore Roosevelt
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Mighty Sayings By Emily Carr: Oh, the glory of growth, silent, mighty, persistent, inevitable! To awaken, to open up like Oh, the glory of growth, silent, mighty, persistent, inevitable! To awaken, to open up like a flower to the light of a fuller consciousness! — Emily Carr
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Mighty Sayings By Samuel Johnson: This merriment of parsons is mighty offensive. This merriment of parsons is mighty offensive. — Samuel Johnson
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Mighty Sayings By Billy Sunday: Being a king, emperor, or president is mighty small potatoes compared to being a mother. Being a king, emperor, or president is mighty small potatoes compared to being a mother. — Billy Sunday
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Mighty Sayings By Annie Dillard: In short, I always vowed, one way or another, not to change. Not me. I In short, I always vowed, one way or another, not to change. Not me. I needed the fierceness of vowing because I could scarcely help but notice..that it was mighty unlikely. — Annie Dillard
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Mighty Sayings By Lord Byron: Society is now one polished horde, formed of two mighty tries, the Bores and Bored. Society is now one polished horde, formed of two mighty tries, the Bores and Bored. — Lord Byron
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Mighty Sayings By Richard Blackaby: Not the wise man glory in his wisdom, Let not the mighty man glory in Not the wise man glory in his wisdom, Let not the mighty man glory in his fmight, Nor let the rich man glory in his riches; 24But glet him who glories glory in this, That he understands and knows Me, That I am the LORD, exercising lovingkindness, 10judgment, and righteousness in the earth. — Richard Blackaby
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Mighty Sayings By Edward W. Said: In short, Israel is the measure of our failings and our incompetence. We have waited In short, Israel is the measure of our failings and our incompetence. We have waited for a great leader for years, but none came; we have waited for a mighty military victory, but we were defeated roundly; we have waited for outside powers (the US or,in its time, the Soviet Union), but none came to our aid. The one thing we have not tried in all seriousness is to rely on OURSELVES: until we do that with a full commitment to success there is no chance that we can advance towards self-determination and freedom from aggression.-1998 — Edward W. Said
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Mighty Sayings By Samuel Pepys: Did satisfy myself mighty fair in the truth of the saying that the world do Did satisfy myself mighty fair in the truth of the saying that the world do not grow old at all, but is in as good condition in all respects as ever it was. — Samuel Pepys
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Mighty Sayings By Austin Osman Spare: My desires sprang forth as a mighty sun - all embracing - associating in the My desires sprang forth as a mighty sun - all embracing - associating in the form - vortex, to enjoy ALL consciousness — Austin Osman Spare
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Mighty Sayings By John Ruskin: Mighty of heart, mighty of mind, magnanimous-to be this is indeed to be great in Mighty of heart, mighty of mind, magnanimous-to be this is indeed to be great in life. — John Ruskin
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Mighty Sayings By William Laws: From: The Crown of TelusShe opened her eyes, saw the crown sitting on her bedside From: The Crown of Telus
She opened her eyes, saw the crown sitting on her bedside table, and wished that it was all a dream. The crown of Trist was nothing special. It had no gemstones, no gold or silver filigree; instead it was simple, a metal circlet with four points and some inlay around a scratched and dented band.
"It's a working man's crown," she remembered her father holding the symbol of power out to her when she younger. "See the inlay? Three moons, one for each of our gods, over an oak which represents the mighty forests of the north, a shock of wheat for the Plainsmen to the south, a ship for the Gheltes to the west, and a hashap flower for the spice in the east. Nothing more. We don't need anymore."
Tears welled in her eyes. A working man's crown. Nothing fancy or bejeweled, a symbol of the power that guides the land and cares for its people.
This was going to be the first day she wore it as queen. — William Laws
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Mighty Sayings By Aberjhani: Most people are slow to champion love because they fear the transformation it brings into Most people are slow to champion love because they fear the transformation it brings into their lives. And make no mistake about it: love does take over and transform the schemes and operations of our egos in a very mighty way. — Aberjhani
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Mighty Sayings By Henry B. Eyring: It is hard to know when we have done enough for the Atonement to change It is hard to know when we have done enough for the Atonement to change our natures and so qualify us for eternal life. And we don't know how many days we will have to give the service necessary for that mighty change to come. But we know that we will have days enough if only we don't waste them. — Henry B. Eyring
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Mighty Sayings By George Eliot: Yes! Thank God; human feeling is like the mighty rivers that bless the earth: it Yes! Thank God; human feeling is like the mighty rivers that bless the earth: it does not wait for beauty - it flows with resistless force and brings beauty with it ... There are few prophets in the world; few sublimely beautiful women; few heroes. I can't afford to give all my love and reverence to such rarities: I want a great deal of those feelings for my every-day fellow-men, especially for the few in the foreground of the great multitude, whose faces I know, whose hands I touch, for whom I have to make way with kindly courtesy. — George Eliot
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Mighty Sayings By Mansi Soni: In life there are often moments when the battle is between a relationship that means In life there are often moments when the battle is between a relationship that means a lot and a small yet dangerous three letter word 'EGO'. Don't let this devil win and make you a loser. If there are certain things you would rather not loose then you mighty well not loose them. Remember there is always that thin line between ego and self respect. While you are busy nurturing your ego the relations that matter may feel the need for self respect and break away. It's always your decision on who wins. Your Ego or You. — Mansi Soni
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Mighty Sayings By Valerie M. Warrior: If you have ever come upon a grove that is thick with ancient trees rising If you have ever come upon a grove that is thick with ancient trees rising far above their usual height and blocking the view of the sky with their cover of intertwining branches, the loftiness of the forest, the seclusion of the spot, and your wonder at the unbroken shade in the midst of open space will create in you a sense of the divine (numen). Or, if a cave made by the deep erosion of rocks supports a mountain with its arch, a place not made by hands but hollowed out by natural causes into spaciousness, then your mind will be aroused by a feeling of religious awe (religio). We venerate the sources of mighty rivers, we build an altar where a great stream suddenly bursts forth from a hidden source, we worship hot springs, and we deem lakes sacred because of their darkness or immeasurable depth. (Seneca the Younger, Letters 41.3) — Valerie M. Warrior
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Mighty Sayings By Salman Rushdie: Do jungle animals understand the true nature of the trees among which they have their Do jungle animals understand the true nature of the trees among which they have their daily being? In the parent-forest, amid those mighty trunks, we shelter and play; but whether the trees are healthy or corroded, whether they harbour demons or good spirites, we cannot say. Nor do we know the greatest secret of all: that one day we, too, will become as arboreal as they. And the trees, whose leaves we eat, whose bark we gnaw, remember sadly that they were animals once, they climbed like squirrels and bounded like deer, until one day they paused, and their legs grew down into the earth and stuck there, spreading, and vegetation sprouted from their swaying heads. They remember this as a fact; but the lived reality of their fauna years, the how-it-felt of that chaotic freedom is beyond recapture. They remember it as a rustle in their leaves. — Salman Rushdie
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Mighty Sayings By Philip Roth: Not to be rich, not to be famous, not to be mighty, not even to Not to be rich, not to be famous, not to be mighty, not even to be happy, but to be civilized--that was the dream of his life. — Philip Roth
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Mighty Sayings By Myles Horton: When people criticize me for not having any respect for existing structures and institutions, I When people criticize me for not having any respect for existing structures and institutions, I protest. I say I give institutions and structures and traditions all the respect that I think they deserve. That's usually mighty little, but there are things that I do respect. They have to earn that respect. They have to earn it by serving people. They don't earn it just by age or legality or tradition. — Myles Horton
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Mighty Sayings By George Gordon Byron: I could not tame my nature down; for heMust serve who fain would sway -- I could not tame my nature down; for he
Must serve who fain would sway -- and soothe -- and sue --
And watch all time -- and pry into all place --
And be a living lie -- who would become
A mighty thing amongst the mean, and such
The mass are; I disdained to mingle with
A herd, though to be leader -- and of wolves.
The lion is alone, and so am I. — George Gordon Byron
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Mighty Sayings By Martin Luther: Trust not in any who exalt you, but in those who humiliate you. For this Trust not in any who exalt you, but in those who humiliate you. For this is the judgment of God: He hath cast down the mighty from their seat, and hath exalted the humble. — Martin Luther
Mighty Sayings By Nora Roberts: Her nerves gathered together so quickly, Gennie nearly dropped the five pounds of briquettes on Her nerves gathered together so quickly, Gennie nearly dropped the five pounds of briquettes on the ground. When she'd finished being exasperated with herself, she laughed and poured a neat pile of charcoal into the barbecue pit. So this was the coolly sophisticated Genvieve Grandeau, she thought wryly;established member of the art world and genteel New Orleans society,about to drop five pounds of charcoal on her toes because a rude man was going to have dinner with her. How the mighty have fallen. — Nora Roberts
Mighty Sayings By Roman Payne: Fueled by my inspiration, I ran across the room to steal the cup of coffee Fueled by my inspiration, I ran across the room to steal the cup of coffee the bookshelf had taken prisoner. Lapping the black watery brew like a hyena, I tossed the empty cup aside. I then returned to the chair to continue my divine act of creation. Hot blood swished in my head as my mighty pen stole across the page. — Roman Payne
Mighty Sayings By Bart D. Ehrman: a child has been born for us, A son given to us; Authority rests upon a child has been born for us, A son given to us; Authority rests upon his shoulders; And he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God — Bart D. Ehrman
Mighty Sayings By Samuel Daniel: Striving to tell his woes, words would not come; For light cares speak, when mighty Striving to tell his woes, words would not come; For light cares speak, when mighty griefs are dumb. — Samuel Daniel
Mighty Sayings By Pete Seeger: I dreamed I saw a mighty room, the room was filled with men. And the I dreamed I saw a mighty room, the room was filled with men. And the paper they were signing said they'd never fight again. — Pete Seeger
Mighty Sayings By Max Lucado: If God were only mighty, we would Salute Him. But since he is Merciful and If God were only mighty, we would Salute Him. But since he is Merciful and Mighty, we can approach Him. — Max Lucado
Mighty Sayings By Ilona Andrews: I'm going to punch you in the arm," I growled. "We can get you a I'm going to punch you in the arm," I growled. "We can get you a throne with snakes. I'll stand next to you and roar at anybody who fails to grovel. Fear Kate Daniels. She is a mighty and terrible ruler. Grendel can anoint the petitioners with his vomit. It'll be great . . ." Oh God. I put my hands over my face. — Ilona Andrews
Mighty Sayings By Micalea Smeltzer: No, no, no. No way!" I shook my head and looked at the offending black No, no, no. No way!" I shook my head and looked at the offending black motorcycle. "I am not getting on that thing!"
"Sophie, it's a motorcycle, it doesn't bite."
I turned my head to look at the beast. "Really? It looks like it could bite, to me."
"Please, Sophie," he held out a helmet.
I crossed my arms over my chest. "What if I fall off?"
"You're supposed to hang on to me, Soph. What happened to my mighty little she-wolf?"
"She packed her bags and left," I said. — Micalea Smeltzer
Mighty Sayings By Adelaide Anne Procter: Words are mighty, words are living:Serpents with their venomous stings,Or bright angels, crowding round us,With Words are mighty, words are living:Serpents with their venomous stings,Or bright angels, crowding round us,With heaven's light upon their wings:Every word has its own spirit,True or false, that never dies;Every word man's lips have utteredEchoes in God's skies. — Adelaide Anne Procter
Mighty Sayings By R. Alan Woods: Jehovah, the great and mighty God of Israel, protects and gives His warriors victory over Jehovah, the great and mighty God of Israel, protects and gives His warriors victory over His enemies, Selah."

~R. Alan Woods [2013] — R. Alan Woods
Mighty Sayings By Juvenal: Majestic mighty Wealth is the holiest of our gods. Majestic mighty Wealth is the holiest of our gods. — Juvenal
Mighty Sayings By W. Somerset Maugham: Mighty is he who conquers himself Mighty is he who conquers himself — W. Somerset Maugham
Mighty Sayings By A.C. Dixon: We need a quickening of faith; faith in the power of the God of Pentecost We need a quickening of faith; faith in the power of the God of Pentecost to convict and convert three thousand in a day. Faith, not in a process of culture by which we hope to train children into a state of salvation, but faith in the mighty God who can quicken a dead soul into life in a moment; faith in moral and spiritual revolution rather than evolution. — A.C. Dixon
Mighty Sayings By Billy Graham: Itinerant evangelists are the most important ambassadors and messengers on earth. They are a mighty Itinerant evangelists are the most important ambassadors and messengers on earth. They are a mighty army, spreading out across the world with a vision to reach their own people for Christ. — Billy Graham
Mighty Sayings By Francesco Petrarca: And men go about to wonder at the heights of the mountains, and the mighty And men go about to wonder at the heights of the mountains, and the mighty waves of the sea, and the wide sweep of rivers, and the circuit of the ocean, and the revolution of the stars, but themselves they consider not. — Francesco Petrarca
Mighty Sayings By William Shakespeare: You tread upon my patience: but be sure I will from henceforth rather be myself, You tread upon my patience: but be sure I will from henceforth rather be myself, Mighty and to be fear'd, than my condition, Which hath been smooth as oil, soft as young down, And therefore lost that title of respect Which the proud soul ne'er pays but to the proud. — William Shakespeare
Mighty Sayings By John Piper: Thinking is indispensable on the path to passion for God. Thinking is not an end Thinking is indispensable on the path to passion for God. Thinking is not an end in itself. Nothing but God himself is finally an end in itself. Thinking is not the goal of life. Thinking can be the ground for boasting. Thinking, without prayer, without the Holy Spirit, without obedience, without love, will puff up and destroy (1 Cor. 8:1).
But thinking under the mighty hand of God, thinking soaked in prayer, thinking carried by the Holy Spirit, thinking tethered to the Bible, thinking in pursuit of more reasons to praise and proclaim the glories of God, thinking in the service of love
such thinking is indispensable in a life of fullest praise to God. — John Piper
Mighty Sayings By The Mighty Hannibal: If I'm talking to you, I can't see you, but I can see inside of If I'm talking to you, I can't see you, but I can see inside of you and what you're thinking. That's a mixed blessing. — The Mighty Hannibal
Mighty Sayings By Kevyn Aucoin: This reference to the Scots side of her ancestry is the first of two visual This reference to the Scots side of her ancestry is the first of two visual explorations into Tori Amos's diverse cultural past. As is the case for many of us, Tori's ancestry is a mix of races and religions, philosophies and professions, fortunes and foibles. What to some may seem like a family tree grown wild and untamed is actually a mighty oak that has weathered life's many storms and can still put out a rare and beautiful blossom like Tori. — Kevyn Aucoin
Mighty Sayings By Maria Augusta Von Trapp: Music- what a powerful instrument, what a mighty weapon! Music- what a powerful instrument, what a mighty weapon! — Maria Augusta Von Trapp
Mighty Sayings By Daniel H. Wilson: Having these boys around town in feral packs is like leaving dynamite out in the Having these boys around town in feral packs is like leaving dynamite out in the sun-something mighty useful and powerful turned into an accident waiting to happen. — Daniel H. Wilson
Mighty Sayings By Chandrashekar: The greatest foe of human is his mighty wisdom. The greatest foe of human is his mighty wisdom. — Chandrashekar
Mighty Sayings By Thomas William Parsons: On thy grave the rain shall fall from the eyes of a mighty nation! On thy grave the rain shall fall from the eyes of a mighty nation! — Thomas William Parsons
Mighty Sayings By A.W. Tozer: The yearning to know what cannot be known, to comprehend the incomprehensible, to touch and The yearning to know what cannot be known, to comprehend the incomprehensible, to touch and taste the unapproachable, arises from the image of God in the nature of man. Deep calleth unto deep, and though polluted and landlocked by the mighty disaster theologians call the Fall, the soul senses its origin and longs to return to its source. — A.W. Tozer
Mighty Sayings By Decimius Magnus Ausonius: The best memorial for a mighty man is to gain honor ere death. The best memorial for a mighty man is to gain honor ere death. — Decimius Magnus Ausonius
Mighty Sayings By Krista Ritchie: Strings that connect us to this world, to nature, to me, become apparent. We're all Strings that connect us to this world, to nature, to me, become apparent. We're all living and breathing. We're all terribly mighty things. — Krista Ritchie
Mighty Sayings By Joseph Smith Jr.: 2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them, 2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them, shake the hand, that they may go into the gates of the nobles. 3 I have commanded my sanctified ones, I have also called my mighty ones, for mine anger is not upon them that rejoice in my highness. — Joseph Smith Jr.
Mighty Sayings By Gregory Of Nazianzus: If our Lord ascends up to Heaven, ascend with Him. Be one of those angels If our Lord ascends up to Heaven, ascend with Him. Be one of those angels who escort Him, or one of those who receive Him. Bid the gates be lifted up (cf. Ps. 24:7, 10), or be made higher, that they may receive Him, exalted after His Passion. Answer to those who are in doubt because He bears up with Him His body and the tokens of His Passion, which He had not when He came down, and who therefore inquire, 'Who is this King of Glory?' that it is the Lord strong and mighty, as in all things that He has done from time to time and does, so now in His battle and triumph for the sake of Mankind. — Gregory Of Nazianzus
Mighty Sayings By The Mighty Hannibal: I was involved with the Nation of Islam. I wasn't doing no marching. I've been I was involved with the Nation of Islam. I wasn't doing no marching. I've been involved with the Nation for 50 years. Back in those days, they tried to label us as black Muslims. There are Muslims all over the world. It doesn't have to be black; it doesn't matter what color he is. — The Mighty Hannibal
Mighty Sayings By Russell Brand: I used to believe in the system that I was born into: aspire, acquire, consume, I used to believe in the system that I was born into: aspire, acquire, consume, get famous and glamorous, get high and mighty, get paid and laid. — Russell Brand
Mighty Sayings By Charles Dickens: For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself. — Charles Dickens
Mighty Sayings By David Hume: I began to entertain a suspicion, that no man in this age was sufficiently qualified I began to entertain a suspicion, that no man in this age was sufficiently qualified for such an undertaking; and that whatever any one should advance on that head would, in all probability, be refuted by further experience, and be rejected by posterity. Such mighty revolutions have happened in human affairs, and so many events have arisen contrary to the expectation of the ancients, that they are sufficient to beget the suspicion of still further changes. — David Hume
Mighty Sayings By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: The Nile, forever new and old, Among the living and the dead, Its mighty, mystic The Nile, forever new and old, Among the living and the dead, Its mighty, mystic stream has rolled. — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Mighty Sayings By Roger Zelazny: No airplane could make it. Not since the war. None could venture above a couple No airplane could make it. Not since the war. None could venture above a couple hundred feet, the place where the winds began. The winds: the mighty winds that circled the globe, tearing off the tops of mountains and sequoia trees, wrecked buildings, gathered up birds, bats, insects, and anything else that moved, up into the dead belt; the winds that swirled about the world, lacing the skies with dark lines of debris, occasionally meeting, merging, clashing, dropping tons of rubbish wherever they came together and formed too great a mass. Air transportation was definitely out, to anywhere in the world, for these winds circled, and they never ceased. Not in all the twenty-five years of Tanner's memory had they let up. Tanner — Roger Zelazny
Mighty Sayings By Agnes Repplier: English civilization rests largely upon tea and cricket, with mighty spurts of enjoyment on Derby English civilization rests largely upon tea and cricket, with mighty spurts of enjoyment on Derby Day, and at Newmarket. — Agnes Repplier
Mighty Sayings By Heinrich Harrer: Admittedly, man is small and insignificant in nature's scheme; but he is part of it. Admittedly, man is small and insignificant in nature's scheme; but he is part of it. And are we to think less of the man who exposes himself to nature's forces than of him who just delights in looking at her, safe from dangers and tempests? Even those ridiculous earthworms know that an icicle can "sneeze"; but they have learned by obervation when and where it happens, and will do their best to avoid the danger with clear-eyes alertness and which they owe to their own daring. They are not deaf; they too hear the mighty voice of the mountains, but they understand and interpret it in a different way from those who enjoy it so passively and with such self-satisfaction. — Heinrich Harrer
Mighty Sayings By Preeth Nambiar: Hail O mighty, fathomless sleep, come on and hug me tight and sweet; when I Hail O mighty, fathomless sleep, come on and hug me tight and sweet;
when I whisper those deepest pains, onto your ears mute and keen,
sing for me the sweetest song that would sound the profoundest of life!
Leave me upon your rocking arms, watched by spirits of placid nights!

Goodnight, world, sweet dreams folks, blessed are those who would sleep at peace! — Preeth Nambiar
Mighty Sayings By Patrick Suskind: He had a mighty urge to pull out his pistol and let loose in every He had a mighty urge to pull out his pistol and let loose in every directon, right into the coffeehouse, smack through it's glass windows, till there was nothing but crashing and tinkling, right into the middle of the ruck of cars or simply into the middle of one of the gigantic buildings across the way, those ugly, tall, menacing buildings, or into the air, straight up, into the heavens, yes, into the hot sky, into the horrible, oppressive, vaporous, pigeon blue-grey sky, bursting it, sending the leaden lid crashing with one shot, smashing down and pulverizing everything and burying it all, all of it, the whole miserable, dreary, loud, stinking world ... — Patrick Suskind
Mighty Sayings By Thomas Carlyle: And there are Ben [Jonson] and William Shakespeare in wit-combat, sure enough; Ben bearing down And there are Ben [Jonson] and William Shakespeare in wit-combat, sure enough; Ben bearing down like a mighty Spanish war-ship, fraught with all learning and artillery; Shakespeare whisking away from him - whisking right through him, athwart the big bulk and timbers of him; like a miraculous Celestial Light-ship, woven all of sheet-lightning and sunbeams! — Thomas Carlyle
Mighty Sayings By Cheryl Strayed: You don't have a right to the cards you believe you should have been dealt You don't have a right to the cards you believe you should have been dealt with. You have an obligation to play the hell out of the ones you're holding and my dear one, you and I have been granted a mighty generous one. — Cheryl Strayed
Mighty Sayings By Fred Gipson: What I mean is, things like that happen. They may seem might cruel and unfair, What I mean is, things like that happen. They may seem might cruel and unfair, but that's how life is a part of the time. But that isn't the only way life is. A part of the time, it's mighty good. And a man can't afford to waste all the good part, worrying about the bad parts. That makes it all bad — Fred Gipson
Mighty Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: It is to our own detriment that we underestimate the might of small and simple It is to our own detriment that we underestimate the might of small and simple things. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Mighty Sayings By Alexander Pope: A mighty maze! But not without a plan. A mighty maze! But not without a plan. — Alexander Pope
Mighty Sayings By Jennifer Echols: Even though i'd admittedly accepted every advance he made on me, picking up my hand Even though i'd admittedly accepted every advance he made on me, picking up my hand and putting it on his thigh seemed mighty forward of him. I didn't take the radical step of removing my hand,but I did open my mouth to act all indignant.
He put two fingers to my lips to stop me from talking.He knew me pretty well. His mouth close to my ear,he growled, "You know,you and I are exes."
"So?" I asked around his fingers.My skin tingled with excitement,or possibly eucalyptus poisoning. — Jennifer Echols
Mighty Sayings By Honore De Balzac: A grass blade believes that men build palaces for it to grow in. Grass wedges A grass blade believes that men build palaces for it to grow in. Grass wedges its way between the closest blocks of marble and it brings them down. This power of feeble life which can creep in anywhere is greater than that of the mighty behind their cannons. — Honore De Balzac
Mighty Sayings By Victor Hugo: The Ocean's SongWe walked amongst the ruins famed in storyOf Rozel-Tower,And saw the boundless waters The Ocean's Song

We walked amongst the ruins famed in story
Of Rozel-Tower,
And saw the boundless waters stretch in glory
And heave in power.

O Ocean vast! We heard thy song with wonder,
Whilst waves marked time.
"Appear, O Truth!" thou sang'st with tone of thunder,
"And shine sublime!

"The world's enslaved and hunted down by beagles,
To despots sold.
Souls of deep thinkers, soar like mighty eagles!
The Right uphold.

"Be born! arise! o'er the earth and wild waves bounding,
Peoples and suns!
Let darkness vanish; tocsins be resounding,
And flash, ye guns!

"And you who love no pomps of fog or glamour,
Who fear no shocks,
Brave foam and lightning, hurricane and clamour,--
Exiles: the rocks! — Victor Hugo
Mighty Sayings By Black Elk: But if the Vision was true and mighty, as I know, it is true and But if the Vision was true and mighty, as I know, it is true and mighty yet;for such things are of Spirit, and it is in the darkness of their eyes that men get lost. — Black Elk
Mighty Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: The Lord will lead us through the mighty waters. The Lord will lead us through the mighty waters. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Mighty Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Love of truth is something fearsome and mighty. Love of truth is something fearsome and mighty. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Mighty Sayings By Helen Keller: The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but The world is moved along, not only by the mighty shoves of its heroes, but also by the aggregate of tiny pushes of each honest worker. — Helen Keller
Mighty Sayings By Derek Rydall: You have a mighty purpose, a function to fulfill - a reason for being. And You have a mighty purpose, a function to fulfill - a reason for being. And it's more than just "make a living." You are here to make a unique and valuable contribution, to assist (if even in a small way) the evolution of humanity. Look at nature. Everything serves a purpose. Everything is connected to a larger system that allows the whole to operate in harmony. — Derek Rydall
Mighty Sayings By Dan Bergstein: I hope Marcus (giggle) is there. Maybe he can defeat the evil Cullens with his I hope Marcus (giggle) is there. Maybe he can defeat the evil Cullens with his mighty battle cry, I can see relationships!!! — Dan Bergstein
Mighty Sayings By Debra Dunbar: Pride has a terrible price," I told her. "People with pride are so easy to Pride has a terrible price," I told her. "People with pride are so easy to defeat. They never see it coming. A little cockroach takes down the mighty giant. Of course, it's best to make it look like a fluke, an accident, and run and hide as quickly as you can." Kelly looked doubtful. "But then no one knows you've done it. They still won't respect you. How can you advance, live up to your potential, and take your rightful place in the world if you hide in the woodwork like a cockroach?" I was feeling really uncomfortable with her logic. All this talk of respect was bullshit. She wasn't getting my point here. "There's a reason pride is a sin," I told her. "The inner strength you feel is deceptive. It actually creates enormous vulnerability, sets you up for a fall of your own making. — Debra Dunbar
Mighty Sayings By Matshona Dhliwayo: Anything built on doubt is rocky.Anything built on fear is shaky.Anything built on hate is Anything built on doubt is rocky.
Anything built on fear is shaky.
Anything built on hate is unsteady.
Anything built on wisdom is trustworthy.
Anything built on faith is sturdy.
Anything built on love is mighty. — Matshona Dhliwayo
Mighty Sayings By Jack Kerouac: We fumed and screamed in our mountain nook, mad drunken Americans in the mighty land. We fumed and screamed in our mountain nook, mad drunken Americans in the mighty land. We were on the roof of America and all we could do was yell, I guess
across the night ... — Jack Kerouac
Mighty Sayings By Gabriel Iqbal: Close all the booksOpen the Heart's bookRead out loud and clearAnd then you shall BE Close all the books
Open the Heart's book
Read out loud and clear
And then you shall BE the TRUTH
And you shall be a mighty kindness. — Gabriel Iqbal
Mighty Sayings By Herman Melville: The most mighty of nature's laws is this, that out of Death she brings Life. The most mighty of nature's laws is this, that out of Death she brings Life. — Herman Melville
Mighty Sayings By Bryan Procter: Sing! Who sings To her who weareth a hundred rings? Ah, who is this lady Sing! Who sings To her who weareth a hundred rings? Ah, who is this lady fine? The Vine, boys, the Vine! The mother of the mighty Wine, A roamer is she O'er wall and tree And sometimes very good company. — Bryan Procter
Mighty Sayings By Smith Wigglesworth: The devil knows if he can capture your thought life he has won a mighty The devil knows if he can capture your thought life he has won a mighty victory over you. — Smith Wigglesworth
Mighty Sayings By Josef Joffe: There was no one to blame but the mighty, ruthless stranger. Thus was complexity reduced There was no one to blame but the mighty, ruthless stranger. Thus was complexity reduced to demonology, which is a defining feature of anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism, or, indeed, any "anti-ism. — Josef Joffe
Mighty Sayings By Mary Elizabeth Braddon: Paris is a mighty schoolmaster, a grand enlightener of the provincial intellect. Paris is a mighty schoolmaster, a grand enlightener of the provincial intellect. — Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Mighty Sayings By Pope Leo I: David's Lord was made David's Son, and from the fruit of the promised branch sprang David's Lord was made David's Son, and from the fruit of the promised branch sprang One without fault, the two-fold nature coming together in one Person, that by one and the same conception and birth might spring our Lord Jesus Christ, in Whom was present both true Godhead for the performance of mighty works and true Manhood for the endurance of sufferings. — Pope Leo I
Mighty Sayings By Suzanne Wright: Why are you still smiling? You're supposed to fear my mighty wrath." His shoulders shook Why are you still smiling? You're supposed to fear my mighty wrath." His shoulders shook with silent laughter. "In case you can't tell, I'm petrified." "You will be if my mighty wrath is ever unleashed. Stop laughing! — Suzanne Wright
Mighty Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: My friends, all I'm trying to say is that if we are to go forward My friends, all I'm trying to say is that if we are to go forward today, we've got to go back and rediscover some mighty precious values that we've left behind. That's the only way that we would be able to make of our world a better world, and to make of this world what God wants it to be and the real purpose and meaning of it. — Martin Luther King Jr.
Mighty Sayings By Archie Panjabi: It was the success of 'Bend it Like Beckham' which got my name out there. It was the success of 'Bend it Like Beckham' which got my name out there. 'A Mighty Heart' also helped. — Archie Panjabi
Mighty Sayings By Robert Penn Warren: Close to the road a cow would stand knee-deep in the mist, with horns damp Close to the road a cow would stand knee-deep in the mist, with horns damp enough to have a pearly shine in the starlight, and it would look at the black blur we were as we went whirling into the blazing corridor of light which we could never quite get into for it would be always splitting the dark just in front of us. The cow would stand there knee-deep in the mist and look at the black blur and the blaze and then, not turning his head, at the place where the black blur and blaze had been, with the remote, massive, unvindictive indifference of God-All-Mighty or Fate or me, if I were standing there knee-deep in the mist, and the blur and the blaze whizzed past and withered on off between the fields and the patches of woods. — Robert Penn Warren
Mighty Sayings By Paula Rinehart: In this place of gracious uncertainty, we wait. For the broken places to be brought In this place of gracious uncertainty, we wait. For the broken places to be brought back together. For the meaning of our suffering to be revealed in his. For the righteous reign of a mighty God, whose goodness we will spend all eternity celebrating. We wait - with open, expectant hearts. — Paula Rinehart
Mighty Sayings By Oscar Wilde: At six o'clock we cleaned our cells,At seven all was still,But the sough and swing At six o'clock we cleaned our cells,
At seven all was still,
But the sough and swing of a mighty wing
The prison seemed to fill,
For the Lord of Death with icy breath
Had entered in to kill. — Oscar Wilde
Mighty Sayings By William Wordsworth: One interior life in which all beings live with God, themselves are God, existing in One interior life in which all beings live with God, themselves are God, existing in the mighty whole, indistinguishable as the cloudless east is from the cloudless west, when all the hemisphere is one cerulean blue. — William Wordsworth
Mighty Sayings By Jack London: If only I were articulate to paint in the frail medium of words what I If only I were articulate to paint in the frail medium of words what I see and know and possess incorporated in my consciousness of the mighty driftage of the races in the times before our present written history began! — Jack London
Mighty Sayings By Randy Alcorn: The fear of God is the death of every other fear; like a mighty lion, The fear of God is the death of every other fear; like a mighty lion, it chases all other fears before it." - Charles Spurgeon "We are more concerned about looking stupid (fear of people) than we are about acting sinfully (fear of the Lord)." - Edward T. Welch — Randy Alcorn