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Missing Out Life Sayings By Jamie Tworkowski: There are dreams inside of me and those are mine and my guess is that There are dreams inside of me and those are mine and my guess is that they're there for a reason. But for all the days like now where the dreams are asked to be only dreams, I'm gonna keep getting out of bed. I'm gonna keep living my story. I'm gonna believe that there is reason and purpose, and power in my life. I'm gonna believe that I'm alive inside a story bigger than my pain, bigger than everything missing. — Jamie Tworkowski
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Imogen Heap: There was this song I was working on called 'Swing.' It was almost finished, but There was this song I was working on called 'Swing.' It was almost finished, but there was something missing, and I couldn't for the life of me figure it out. And then this little piece of information - this little tweet - came to the forefront of my mind. — Imogen Heap
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Candis Cayne: I came out to my parents as gay, and then I realized, you know, four I came out to my parents as gay, and then I realized, you know, four or five years later, that I wasn't really happy, no relationships were working, and there was something missing in my life, and you know, I was doing drag, performing and stuff, and I realized through that arc that I was much happier doing that. — Candis Cayne
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Amy Harmon: ATIONS. Life after death was one thing, life coming into the world was another. Georgia ATIONS. Life after death was one thing, life coming into the world was another. Georgia was calm. Beautiful. An old pro, as she put it. But I had missed the first time around, and I was afraid to blink for fear of missing something. And I was not calm.
Tag was not calm either. He had to wait outside. He was my best friend, but even best friends did not share some things. Plus, I didn't think Georgia could give birth and keep us both from passing out.
It was all I could do to hold Georgia's hand and stay at her bedside, praying to God, to Gi, to Eli, to anyone who would listen, to give me strength and self-control. Strength to be the man Georgia needed and self-control to resist covering the walls of Georgia's hospital room in a frenzied mural — Amy Harmon
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Vilayanur S. Ramachandran: My mother was religious; she was knowledgeable about mythology and scriptures; she could tell the My mother was religious; she was knowledgeable about mythology and scriptures; she could tell the metaphysical nuances and make the story come to life with their deeper significance. The current generation is missing out on this. — Vilayanur S. Ramachandran
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Jimmy Connors: That's something a lot of athletes miss - a lot of them walk away too That's something a lot of athletes miss - a lot of them walk away too soon. They don't get everything out of their system. They have a lot of what-ifs when they're sitting around later in life. I don't have that. I got all that out of my system. I pushed it to the brink, I loved it, and when I walked away, I'd had enough. — Jimmy Connors
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Paige: Love..its a missing puzzle piece waiting to be found and when you do find it Love..its a missing puzzle piece waiting to be found and when you do find it you can finally figure out the picture life has to show you. — Paige
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Missing Out Life Sayings By F.T. Zele: There are second chances in life. Never be scared to take them and always give There are second chances in life. Never be scared to take them and always give them, because without them, you might be missing out on what was meant to be. — F.T. Zele
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Russ Harris: Some people call this "staying in your comfort zone," but that's not a good name Some people call this "staying in your comfort zone," but that's not a good name for it because the comfort zone is definitely not comfortable. It should be called the "misery zone" or the "missing-out-on-life zone." In — Russ Harris
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: Steep your life in God-reality, God-initiative, God-provisions. Don't worry about missing out. You'll find all Steep your life in God-reality, God-initiative, God-provisions. Don't worry about missing out. You'll find all your everyday human concerns will be met. — Eugene H. Peterson
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: This is the greatest momemt of your life and your out missing it This is the greatest momemt of your life and your out missing it — Chuck Palahniuk
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Per Petterson: Three years earlier her father had been buried (irritable and impatient as he always had Three years earlier her father had been buried (irritable and impatient as he always had been) in the Fladstrand Church cemetery that bordered the lovely park, Plantagen, which shared with the cemetery its trees, shared its beech and ash and maple, in the same plot where her mother, wide eyed and confused, had lain down almost willingly two years before, where her brother had lain for thirty-five years, dazed and unwillingly after too short a life.
A dove was looking down from atop the family gravestone. It was made from metal so it could not fly away, but sometimes it went missing all the same and only a spike would remain. Someone had taken that dove, someone out there maybe had an entire collection of doves and angels and other small, Christian bronze sculptures in a cupboard at home and on long evenings would close the curtains and take them out and run his fingers gently over the smooth, cold bodies. — Per Petterson
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Missing Out Life Sayings By M. Scott Peck: Specifically, one whose life is ruled and dictated by dependency needs suffers from a psychiatric Specifically, one whose life is ruled and dictated by dependency needs suffers from a psychiatric disorder to which we ascribe the diagnostic name "passive dependent personality disorder." It is perhaps the most common of all psychiatric disorders.
People with this disorder, passive dependent people, are so busy seeking to be loved that they have no energy left to love. They are like starving people, scrounging wherever they can for food, and with no food of their own to give to others. It is as if within them they have an inner emptiness, a bottomless pit crying out to be filled but which can never be completely filled. They never feel "full-filled" or have a sense of completeness. They always feel "a part of me is missing." They tolerate loneliness very poorly. Because of their lack of wholeness they have no real sense of identity, and they define themselves solely by their relationships. — M. Scott Peck
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Lorraine Heath: Sighing, she looked out at the fog. It was like life, preventing her from seeing Sighing, she looked out at the fog. It was like life, preventing her from seeing what was beyond reach. She wasn't unhappy. She simply felt that something important was missing from her life — Lorraine Heath
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Melissa Coleman: Later when I thought of the chickens, one of those rare pale blue eggs rose Later when I thought of the chickens, one of those rare pale blue eggs rose up into my throat. The chickens had been part of our family, and the egg in my throat was the feeling of something missing. It was hard and smooth and heavy, but also so fragile it might break and make me cry. It was the feeling of growing out of a favorite shirt, milk spilled on the floor, the last bit of honey in the jar, falling apple blossoms. It was the lump in the throat behind everything beautiful in life. — Melissa Coleman
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Walter Dean Myers: We're suggesting that [kids are] missing something if they don't read but, actually, we're condemning We're suggesting that [kids are] missing something if they don't read but, actually, we're condemning kids to a lesser life. If you had a sick patient, you would not try to entice them to take their medicine. You would tell them, 'Take this or you're going to die.' We need to tell kids flat out: reading is not optional. — Walter Dean Myers
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Simon Le Bon: You can set unachievable goals, and you can end up missing out on your life You can set unachievable goals, and you can end up missing out on your life because, in some ways, ambition is kind of living in the future. — Simon Le Bon
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Annabeth Albert: I want to." That was it. Choice. The idea hit him like a defibrillatorburst - I want to." That was it. Choice. The idea hit him like a defibrillator
burst - spreading out from his chest in hot, sure waves that tore past the
indecision and stagnation of the last week. The roar in his head crackled,
then calmed, sanity returning like oxy gen to his starved Hulk brain. He
didn't have to, but he was choosing to. And may be that was what was
missing from his life - choice. He hadn't chosen to be gay. Hadn't chosen
to come out to the world. Hadn't chosen where he'd go to college - free
tuition from two professor parents made that a nondiscussion. Hadn't
chosen to come here. Hadn't chosen to stay. But this? He was choosing
this, and the freedom made his nerves jangle. — Annabeth Albert
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Peter Drucker: Profit for a company is like oxygen for a person. If you don't have enough Profit for a company is like oxygen for a person. If you don't have enough of it, you're out of the game. But if you think your life is about breathing, you're really missing something. — Peter Drucker
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Shaun David Hutchinson: You spend your life hoarding memories against the day you'll lack the energy to go You spend your life hoarding memories against the day you'll lack the energy to go out and make new ones, because that's the comfort of the old age. The ability to look back at your life and know that you left your mark on the world. But I'm losing my memories, it's like someone's broken into my piggy bank and is robbing me one penny at a time. It's happening so slowly, I can hardly tell what's missing. — Shaun David Hutchinson
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Andy Stanley: If you don't conquer your fear, you are going to miss out on some great If you don't conquer your fear, you are going to miss out on some great things in life. — Andy Stanley
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Missing Out Life Sayings By James Van Praagh: Our fears can cause us to miss out on a lot of experiences and golden Our fears can cause us to miss out on a lot of experiences and golden opportunities. Don't let your fears rob you of your life. — James Van Praagh
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: I also know that I won't go forth and have children just in case I I also know that I won't go forth and have children just in case I might regret missing it later in life; I don't think this is a strong enough motivation to bring more babies onto the earth. Though I suppose people do reproduce sometimes for that reason - for insurance against later regret. I think people have children for all manner of reasons- sometimes out of pure desire to nurture and witness life, sometimes out of an absence of choice, sometimes without thinking about it in any particular way. Not all the reasons to have children are the same, and not all of them are necessarily unselfish. Not all the reasons not to have children are the same, either, though. Nor are all those reasons necessarily selfish. — Elizabeth Gilbert
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Missing Out Life Sayings By Lynda Carter: We moved around a lot at first as a kid, and then I was on We moved around a lot at first as a kid, and then I was on the road at 17, and new in town by the time I got to LA, and then famous again with that whirlwind. I did really want substance in my life, and when I stopped with the road for my children, it was really because I didn't want to miss out. It wasn't just selflessness. I didn't want to miss out on that. — Lynda Carter
Missing Out Life Sayings By Philip Hensher: It [fiction] allows us to see the world from the point of view of someone It [fiction] allows us to see the world from the point of view of someone else and there has been quite a lot of neurological research that shows reading novels is actually good for you. It embeds you in society and makes you think about other people. People are certainly better at all sorts of things if they can hold a novel in their heads. It is quite a skill, but if you can't do it then you're missing out on something in life. I think you can tell, when you meet someone, whether they read novels or not. There is some little hollowness if they don't. — Philip Hensher
Missing Out Life Sayings By Abraham M. Alghanem: I know what it feels like, and it sucks, it really does, when you are I know what it feels like, and it sucks, it really does, when you are up in the middle of the night thinking about the things that you've suddenly became aware of. The things you're missing out on right now, and all the people who are not close to you anymore, and all of the good times that will never happen again, and all the people who have meant the world to you who have forgotten about you forever, and you get this awful feeling that's kind of like a mix between loneliness and nostalgia. — Abraham M. Alghanem
Missing Out Life Sayings By Ethel Waters: We miss a lot in life because we don't know when to quit, what to We miss a lot in life because we don't know when to quit, what to leave out. — Ethel Waters
Missing Out Life Sayings By E.F. Schumacher: If I limit myself to knowledge that I consider true beyond doubt, I minimize the If I limit myself to knowledge that I consider true beyond doubt, I minimize the risk of error but I maximize, at the same time, the risk of missing out on what may be the subtlest, most important and most rewarding things in life. — E.F. Schumacher
Missing Out Life Sayings By Adam Phillips: It is as if, oddly, you were waiting for someone but you didn't know who It is as if, oddly, you were waiting for someone but you didn't know who they were until they arrived. Whether or not you were aware that there was something missing in your life, you will be when you meet the person you want. What psychoanalysis will add to this love story is that the person you fall in love with really is the man or woman of your dreams; that you have dreamed them up before you met them; not out of nothing - nothing comes of nothing - but out of prior experience, both real and wished for. You recognize them with such certainty because you already, in a certain sense, know them; and because you have quite literally been expecting them, you feel as though you have known them for ever, and yet, at the same time, they are quite foreign to you. They are familiar foreign bodies. — Adam Phillips
Missing Out Life Sayings By Alexandra Petri: Embarrassing ourselves in front of strangers is literally one of the worst things that can Embarrassing ourselves in front of strangers is literally one of the worst things that can happen to us. It's in the slot where polio used to be. Awkwardness, rejection, missing out. We've conquered everything else and these constants of human life are all that remain to bedevil us. — Alexandra Petri
Missing Out Life Sayings By Maria V. Snyder: Then you understand why I don't want to get close to another again. What happens Then you understand why I don't want to get close to another again. What happens when she dies, too? I couldn't bear it."
"Then you miss out on life."
"What do you mean?"
"You'll be alone, trusting no one because of fear. I know. I have four years experience of pushing people away, missing out on life. Four years spent by myself, living in my glass cage. Four years of self-doubt, worries, fears. — Maria V. Snyder
Missing Out Life Sayings By Ruskin Bond: Those who do not read are the unfortunate ones. There's nothing wrong with them, but Those who do not read are the unfortunate ones. There's nothing wrong with them, but they are missing out on one of life's compensations and rewards. — Ruskin Bond
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jeff Foster: How To Love YourselfWhen you change your focus what is absent to what is present, How To Love Yourself

When you change your focus
what is absent
to what is present,
what is missing
to what has been given,
what you are not
towards what you are,
the ravages of linear time
to the immediacy of Now
you're reconnecting
with love, truth and beauty,
and abundance is yours,
effortlessly.


For truly,
nothing is missing here, where you are,
nothing is missing in this present scene in the movie of your life,
and are forever busy,
and at a point of completeness.

The only reason
why you can not find the Unit
it is because it never came out.

The day is waiting to be lived.

So breathe life friend,
Breathe life. — Jeff Foster
Missing Out Life Sayings By Robert Breault: When something is missing in your life, it usually turns out to be someone. When something is missing in your life, it usually turns out to be someone. — Robert Breault
Missing Out Life Sayings By Sheri Rose Shepherd: Many of us have moments of weakness when we feel as if our cravings have Many of us have moments of weakness when we feel as if our cravings have taken us captive or left us out of control. Sometimes they leave our faith flavorless because we are craving what used to be or what we wish could be. The Bible tells us there is a season for everything, and if we don't learn to taste each season as it is served, we will end up missing special moments and those life lessons we need to draw closer to God. I love the seasons of love and laughter, but I have discovered that the seasons of loneliness and painful places are when I learn what my faith is for. The best way to season our faith again is to become salt in others' lives when our own feel lifeless. — Sheri Rose Shepherd
Missing Out Life Sayings By C.D. Bell: Nessa had never really felt truly beautiful before, but tonight she not only understood that Nessa had never really felt truly beautiful before, but tonight she not only understood that she was beautiful, she understood that everyone was. That for all the competition and fear and knowing that the next runner was coming up behind you, she had been missing out on how beautiful life could be. She should have been watching and appreciating others instead of waiting inside herself for the right time to shine. The time was now. — C.D. Bell
Missing Out Life Sayings By Criss Jami: Closed in a room, my imagination becomes the universe, and the rest of the world Closed in a room, my imagination becomes the universe, and the rest of the world is missing out. — Criss Jami
Missing Out Life Sayings By Eleanor Friedberger: I'm in a funny position: I've been in one band in my life and that I'm in a funny position: I've been in one band in my life and that was with my brother. As incredible as that has been, I feel like I'm missing out a little bit on being in a real rock band - or how I imagine being in a real rock band to be. It's like being in a street gang: you all wear the same leather jacket or whatever. — Eleanor Friedberger
Missing Out Life Sayings By Dennis Flanagan: In an age of specialization people are proud to be able to do one thing In an age of specialization people are proud to be able to do one thing well, but if that is all they know about, they are missing out on much else life has to offer. — Dennis Flanagan
Missing Out Life Sayings By V.C. Andrews: I'm a fool. I expect too much, then I'm angry because nothing ever works out I'm a fool. I expect too much, then I'm angry because nothing ever works out the way I want. When I was young and full of hopes and aspirations, I didn't know I would get hurt so often. I think I'll get tough and won't ache again, then my fragile shell shatters, and again, symbolically, my blood is spilled with the tears I shed. I pull myself back together again, go on, convince myself there is a reason for everything, and at some point in my life it will be disclosed. And when I have what I want, I hope to god it stays long enough to let me know I have it, and it wont hurt when it goes, for I don't expect it to stay, not now. I'm like a doughnut, always being punch out in the middle, and constantly I go around searching for the missing piece, and on and on it goes, never ending, only beginning ... — V.C. Andrews
Missing Out Life Sayings By David Salsburg: In high school algebra, someone had already worked out the formulas. The teacher knew them In high school algebra, someone had already worked out the formulas. The teacher knew them or could find them in the teacher's manual for the textbook. Imagine a word problem where nobody knows how to turn it into a formula, where some of the information is redundant and should not be used, where crucial information is often missing, and where there is no similar example worked out earlier in the textbook. This is what happens when one tries to apply statistical models to real-life problems. — David Salsburg
Missing Out Life Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Before you ever get the person you really want in your life, you will be Before you ever get the person you really want in your life, you will be tested with every person that was wrong for you. You will be tempted with what was easy, what was familiar, what was only physical, what was safe and what was simply a friend to pull you out of a difficult situation because you didn't want to be alone. When you finally meet the person you were meant to be with you won't have to guess, decide or choose. You will be drawn to them. They will seem to fit who you are, but at the same time have the missing pieces that makes you want to become a better person. There is no need to be guarded because this soul is like your own and talking to them about the deepest things in life are effortless. They won't be like any other you have met and you will find yourself looking for parts of them in everyone you meet. — Shannon L. Alder
Missing Out Life Sayings By Alan Cohen: Don't use the past as an excuse to miss out on your future. Don't use the past as an excuse to miss out on your future. — Alan Cohen
Missing Out Life Sayings By E. Stanley Jones: The inner life is bruised by a running against the laws of the Kingdom. The The inner life is bruised by a running against the laws of the Kingdom. The bruises are guilt complexes, a sense of inferiority, of missing the mark, of being out of harmony with God and with oneself, a sense of wrongness. Divine forgiveness wipes out all that sense of inner hurt and condemnation. Brings a sense of at-homeness- at home with God and oneself and with life. The universe opens its arms and takes one in. You are accepted- by God, by yourself, and by life. All self-loathing, self-rejection, all inferiorities drop away. You are a child of God; born from above, you walk the earth, a conqueror, afraid of nothing. Healed at the heart, you can say to life: Come on, I'm ready for anything. — E. Stanley Jones
Missing Out Life Sayings By Pamela Druckerman: You will miss out on some near soul mates. This goes for friendships, too. There You will miss out on some near soul mates. This goes for friendships, too. There will be unforgettable people with whom you have shared an excellent evening or a few days. Now they live in Hong Kong, and you will never see them again. That's just how life is. — Pamela Druckerman
Missing Out Life Sayings By Mark Williams: Start living right here, in each present moment. When we stop dwelling on the past Start living right here, in each present moment. When we stop dwelling on the past or worrying about the future, we're open to rich sources of information we've been missing out on - information that can keep us out of the downward spiral and poised for a richer life. — Mark Williams
Missing Out Life Sayings By Francois Lelord: And since he was seeing more and more people who were unhappy for no apparent And since he was seeing more and more people who were unhappy for no apparent reason, he was becoming more and more tired, and even a little happy himself. He began to wonder whether he was in the right profession, whether he was happy with his life, whether he wasn't missing out on something. And then he felt very afraid because he wondered whether these unhappy people were contagious. — Francois Lelord
Missing Out Life Sayings By Robin Hobb: I am shocked to find that some people think a 2 star 'I liked it' I am shocked to find that some people think a 2 star 'I liked it' rating is a bad rating. What? I liked it. I LIKED it! That means I read the whole thing, to the last page, in spite of my life raining comets on me. It's a good book that survives the reading process with me. If a book is so-so, it ends up under the bed somewhere, or maybe under a stinky judo bag in the back of the van. So a 2 star from me means,yes, I liked the book, and I'd loan it to a friend and it went everywhere in my jacket pocket or purse until I finished it. A 3 star means that I've ignored friends to finish it and my sink is full of dirty dishes. A 4 star means I'm probably in trouble with my editor for missing a deadline because I was reading this book. But I want you to know ... I don't finish books I don't like. There's too many good ones out there waiting to be found. Robin Hobb, author — Robin Hobb
Missing Out Life Sayings By Daniel Menaker: The world, with all its impossible variegation and the basic miracle of its existence, draws The world, with all its impossible variegation and the basic miracle of its existence, draws most mourners out of their grief and back into itself. The homosexual forsythia blooms; the young Irish dancers in Killarney dance, their arms as rigid as shovel handles; secret deals are done involving weapons or office space or crude oil or used cars or drugs; new lovers, believing they will never really have to get up, lie down together; the Large Hadron Collider smashes the Higgs boson into view; snow drapes its white stoles on the bare limbs of winter; the crack of the bat swung by a hefty Dominican pulls a crowd to its feet in Boston; bricks for the new hospital in Phnom Penh are laid in true courses; the single-engine Cessna lands safely in an Ohio alfalfa field during a storm. How can you resist? The true loss in only to the dying, and even the won't feel it when the dying's done. — Daniel Menaker
Missing Out Life Sayings By Andres Neuman: It's the same with books, you see mounds of them in bookshops and you want It's the same with books, you see mounds of them in bookshops and you want to read them all, or at least to have a taste of them. You think you could be missing out on something important, you see them and they intrigue you, they tempt you, they tell you how insignificant your life is and how tremendous it could be. — Andres Neuman
Missing Out Life Sayings By Elizabeth Missing Sewell: The aim of education is to fit children for the position in life which they The aim of education is to fit children for the position in life which they are hereafter to occupy. Boys are to be sent out intothe world to buffet with its temptations, to mingle with bad and good, to govern and direct ... girls are to dwell in quiet homes, amongst a few friends; to exercise a noiseless influence, to be submissive and retiring. There is no connection between the bustling mill-wheel life of a large school and that for which they are supposed to be preparing ... to educate girls in crowds is to educate them wrongly. — Elizabeth Missing Sewell
Missing Out Life Sayings By Rebecca Raisin: These people, they were different to anyone I'd met. They'd offered their friendship, their trust, These people, they were different to anyone I'd met. They'd offered their friendship, their trust, without a second thought. I'd always been wary about new people in my life. That same old barrier I put up to protect myself. I didn't let anyone close enough to be able to hurt me. My father had left, as though I was as insubstantial as air. As a child, I'd struggled to come to terms with it. He'd been there every single day, and then he wasn't. So what were we to him? A stopgap until something he determined as better came along? With the Aunt Margot feud, and subsequent alienation of the family, it felt as though people abandoned us like we were yesterday's newspaper. Could I fall into friendships with these girls, and then leave? Maybe it was time for me to stop worrying about anything other than living in the moment. I was missing out on so much, standing on the edge of life, waiting for something that might never happen. — Rebecca Raisin
Missing Out Life Sayings By Sandra Lee: Give yourself permission to get the most out of your life. If you're spending all Give yourself permission to get the most out of your life. If you're spending all your time scrubbing corners with a toothbrush, you're kind of missing the point. Taking shortcuts doesn't mean shortcutting the end result. — Sandra Lee
Missing Out Life Sayings By Kate Morton: You make a life out of what you have, not what you're missing. You make a life out of what you have, not what you're missing. — Kate Morton
Missing Out Life Sayings By Kerry Condon: I'm not panicking any more or worrying about the next job. It was exhausting and I'm not panicking any more or worrying about the next job. It was exhausting and making me very unhappy, and I was missing out on life. — Kerry Condon
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jackson Rathbone: I miss Texas so bad. That's the hard part about being out here in L.A., I miss Texas so bad. That's the hard part about being out here in L.A., trying to pursue acting and music and lighting and production and stuff. It takes a lot of time out from your personal life, and I can only get back to Texas three times a year at most. It's tough. — Jackson Rathbone
Missing Out Life Sayings By Ian McEwan: It's not the theme parks of Paradiso and Inferno that I dread most - the It's not the theme parks of Paradiso and Inferno that I dread most - the heavenly rides, the hellish crowds - and I could live with the insult of eternal oblivion. I don't even mind not knowing which it will be. What I fear is missing out. Health desire or mere greed, I want my life first, my due, my infinitesimal slice of endless time and one reliable chance of a consciousness. I'm owed a handful of decades to try my luck on a freewheeling planet. That's the ride for me - the Wall of Life. I want my go. I want to become. Put another way, there's a book I want to read, not yet published, not yet written, though a start's been made. I want to read to the end of My History of the Twenty-First Century. I want to be there, on the last page, in my early eighties, frail but sprightly, dancing a jig on the evening of December 31, 2099. — Ian McEwan
Missing Out Life Sayings By Joyce Vissell: I remember a time when I was rejected for speaking my truth. The rejection hurt I remember a time when I was rejected for speaking my truth. The rejection hurt very much. I kept going over and over in my mind my motives for sharing my truth, and each time I realized that I had come from my heart. This person refuses to be my friend anymore. Over the years I have come to the feeling that Leo was able to access right away. This person is missing out on so much, for I am a loving person and a good devoted friend. I could have enriched this person's life. I no longer feel the personal pain of rejection, but the sadness for what my former friend is missing. I realized also from this experience that it is most important to speak one's deepest truth and to follow the calling of our heart. As we do so we are filled with an inner power and conviction to give the precious gift that we came to earth to give. — Joyce Vissell
Missing Out Life Sayings By Lysa TerKeurst: One thing you can be assured of is that God has already worked out all One thing you can be assured of is that God has already worked out all the details of what your obedience will accomplish - and its all good. we need not fear what our obedience will cause to happen in our life. we should only fear what our disobedience will cause us to miss. the sooner this truth resonates in your heart, the quicker you can make peace with a command from God that you dont fully understand. — Lysa TerKeurst
Missing Out Life Sayings By Stephanie Georgopulus: Miss someone until they come back, or until you come back, until their absence in Miss someone until they come back, or until you come back, until their absence in your life becomes something to be avoided at all costs. Miss them until you don't have to anymore, until you're reunited in your favorite booth in your favorite restaurant ordering your favorite meal, miss them until it feels like you never left. Or miss them until you can't anymore, until the things you miss are identified and cataloged as things and not a person, until you figure out that easy company and long talks and unblinking, all-knowing eye contact will find you again the way they found you the first time. Miss someone until you don't. — Stephanie Georgopulus
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jessica Valenti: If you don't identify as a feminist, you're missing out on this whole community that's If you don't identify as a feminist, you're missing out on this whole community that's out there that could really help you with your work, help you with your personal life, and just give you support. — Jessica Valenti
Missing Out Life Sayings By Ransom Riggs: If I never went home, what exactly would I be missing? I pictured my cold If I never went home, what exactly would I be missing? I pictured my cold cavernous house, my friendless town full of bad memories, the utterly unremarkable life that had been mapped out for me. It had never once occurred to me, I realized, to refuse it. — Ransom Riggs
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jim Cymbala: Carol and I have found that unless God baptizes us with fresh outpourings of love, Carol and I have found that unless God baptizes us with fresh outpourings of love, we would leave New York City yesterday! We don't live in this crowded, ill-mannered, violent city because we like it. Whenever I meet or read about a guy who has sexually abused a little girl, I'm tempted in my flesh to throw him out a fifth-story window. This isn't an easy place for love to flourish. But Christ died for that man. What could ever change him? What could ever replace the lust and violence in his heart? He isn't likely to read the theological commentaries on my bookshelves. He desperately needs to be surprised by the power of a loving, almighty God. If the Spirit is not keeping my heart in line with my doctrine, something crucial is missing. I can affirm the existence of Jesus Christ all I want, but in order to be effective, he must come alive in my life in a way that even the pedophile, the prostitute, and the pusher can see. — Jim Cymbala
Missing Out Life Sayings By Diane Muldrow: How did we get here? How, like Tootle the Train, did we get so off How did we get here? How, like Tootle the Train, did we get so off track? Perhaps it's time to revisit these beloved stories and start all over again. Trying to figure out where you belong, like Scuffy the Tugboat? Maybe, as time marches on, you're beginning to feel that you resemble the Saggy Baggy Elephant.
Or perhaps your problems are more sweeping. Like the Poky Little Puppy, do you seem to be getting into trouble rather often and missing out on the strawberry shortcake of life? Maybe this book can help you! After all, Little Golden Books were first published during the dark days of World War II, and they've been comforting people during trying times ever since - while gently teaching us a thing or two. And they remind us that we've had the potential to be wise and content all along. — Diane Muldrow
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jay Woodman: If you keep wanting to get back in the nest, you're missing the amazing experience If you keep wanting to get back in the nest, you're missing the amazing experience of coming out to play at life for a while. — Jay Woodman
Missing Out Life Sayings By Robin Sharma: Miss life's simplest blessings and you'll miss out on life's greatest joys. Miss life's simplest blessings and you'll miss out on life's greatest joys. — Robin Sharma
Missing Out Life Sayings By Eric L. Leake: As believers, we should be progressing, growing able to say, "'I am more loving, more As believers, we should be progressing, growing able to say, "'I am more loving, more peaceful, more patient, (and so on) than I was last year, and I am falling more in love with God and others every day.' If we can't say that, then we are not growing, and we are missing out on life."1 Each person should engage in a consistent spiritual growth plan that will enhance their Christian journey. — Eric L. Leake
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jostein Gaarder: Watching Limelight with my mother really brought home to me the brevity of life. I Watching Limelight with my mother really brought home to me the brevity of life. I realized in a little while that I would die and leave everything behind. Unlike vain people, I had the ability to think this right through. I had no difficulty in picturing full theatres and cinemas long after myself was gone. Not everybody can do that. Many are so intoxicated with sensual impressions that they're not able to grasp that there is a world out there. And therefore they're not able to comprehend the opposite either - they don't understand that one day the world will end. We, however, are only a few missing heartbeats away from being divorced from humanity forever. — Jostein Gaarder
Missing Out Life Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: A guy out there was meant to be the love of your life, your best A guy out there was meant to be the love of your life, your best friend, your soul mate, the one you can tell your dreams to. He'll brush the hair out of your eyes. Send you flowers when you least expect it. He'll stare at you during the movies, even though he paid $8 to see it. He'll call to say goodnight or just cause he's missing you. He'll look in your eyes and tell you, you're the most beautiful girl in the world, and for the first times in your life, you'll believe it. — Nicholas Sparks
Missing Out Life Sayings By Cassandra Clare: All my life I've felt like there was something wrong with me. Something missing or All my life I've felt like there was something wrong with me. Something missing or damaged."
"Every teenager in the world feels like that, feels broken or out of place, different somehow, royalty mistakenly born into a family of peasants. — Cassandra Clare
Missing Out Life Sayings By Brittany Maynard: The reason to consider life and what's of value is to make sure you're not The reason to consider life and what's of value is to make sure you're not missing out. Seize the day. What's important to you? What do you care about? What matters? Pursue that, forget the rest. — Brittany Maynard
Missing Out Life Sayings By Rebecca Wells: As Sidda joined Vivi in staring out into the darkness of the fields, where hundreds As Sidda joined Vivi in staring out into the darkness of the fields, where hundreds of sunflowers grew, she thought: I will never fully know my mother, any more than I will ever know my father or Connor, or myself. I have been missing the point. The point is not knowing another person, or learning to love another person. The point is simply this: how tender can we bear to be? What good manners can we show as we welcome ourselves and others into our hearts? — Rebecca Wells
Missing Out Life Sayings By Justin Simien: I'm a writer/director, my movie is a hit at Sundance, I have a wonderful loving I'm a writer/director, my movie is a hit at Sundance, I have a wonderful loving boyfriend, and wow, I have financial stability. Why can't I get out of bed still? It made it even worse, because there's nothing else I want. This is what I'm born to do. I'm living my purpose, I'm paying my rent, what's missing? — Justin Simien
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jiddu Krishnamurti: When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love. Love When I understand myself, I understand you, and out of that understanding comes love. Love is the missing factor; there is a lack of affection, of warmth in relationship; and because we lack that love, that tenderness, that generosity, that mercy in relationship, we escape into mass action which produces further confusion, further misery. We fill our hearts with blueprints for world reform and do not look to that one resolving factor which is love. — Jiddu Krishnamurti
Missing Out Life Sayings By Ben Wheatley: If you judge everything by how photographically real it looks, then you're missing out on If you judge everything by how photographically real it looks, then you're missing out on a lot of what art is about and what communication is. There are ambiguities in life, and that should be reflected in art, cinema, and storytelling, I think. — Ben Wheatley
Missing Out Life Sayings By Dennis M. Dupuis: Don't spend your energy and time worrying about where you're going after this life. You'll Don't spend your energy and time worrying about where you're going after this life. You'll only end up missing out on this life. Then what's the point? — Dennis M. Dupuis
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: I guess the reasons against having more children always seem uninspiring and superficial. What exactly I guess the reasons against having more children always seem uninspiring and superficial. What exactly am I missing out on? Money? A few more hours of sleep? A more peaceful meal? More hair? These are nothing compared to what I get from these five monsters who rule my life. I believe each of my five children has made me a better man. So I figure I only need another thirty-four kids to be a pretty decent guy. Each one of them has been a pump of light into my shriveled black heart. I would trade money, sleep, or hair for a smile from one of my children in a heartbeat. — Jim Gaffigan
Missing Out Life Sayings By Richelle Mead: She scanned the room, and her grin broadened when she saw Christian. She then sought She scanned the room, and her grin broadened when she saw Christian. She then sought me out. Her smile for him had been affectionate; mine was a bit humorous. I smiled back, wondering what she would say to me if she could.
"What's so funny?" asked Dimitri, looking down at me with amusement.
"I'm just thinking about what Lissa would say if we still had the bond."
In a very bad breach of protocol, he caught hold of my hand and pulled me toward him. "And?" he asked, wrapping me in an embrace.
"I think she'd ask,'What have we gotten ourselves into?'"
"What's the answer?" His warmth was all around me, as was his love, and again, I felt completeness. I had that missing piece of my world back. The soul that complemented mine. My match. My equal. Not only that, I had my life back-my own life. I would protect Lissa, I would serve, but I was finally my own person.
"I don't know," I said, leaning against his chest. "But I think it's going to be good. — Richelle Mead
Missing Out Life Sayings By Cheyenne Kimball: Even though I am going to miss out on my prom or I am going Even though I am going to miss out on my prom or I am going to miss out on walking across stage to accept my diploma, that's OK to me because I know I will have other perks in life. — Cheyenne Kimball
Missing Out Life Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: Our poor human heart is flawed: it is like a cake without the frosting: the Our poor human heart is flawed: it is like a cake without the frosting: the first two acts of the theatre without the climax. Even its design is marred for a small piece is missing out of the side. That is why it remains so unsatisfied: it wants life and it gets death: it wants Truth and it has to settle for an education; it craves love and gets only intermittent euphoria's with satieties. Samples, reflections and fractions are only tastes, not mouthfuls. A divine trick has been played on the human heart as if a violin teacher gave his pupil an instrument with one string missing. God kept a part of man's heart in Heaven, so that discontent would drive him back again to Him Who is Eternal Life, All-Knowing Truth and the Abiding Ecstasy of Love. — Fulton J. Sheen
Missing Out Life Sayings By Niccolo Ammaniti: One day a man's son was run over by a car and he was killed One day a man's son was run over by a car and he was killed and all mangled up. The father couldn't go on living, he felt ill, he cried all day, he went to a wizard and gave him all his money to bring his son back to life. The wizard said: "Go home and wait. Your son will return tonight." The father waited, but the son did not come home, so in the end he went to bed. He was just falling asleep when he heard footsteps in the kitchen. He got up feeling very happy and saw his son, he was all mangle up and had one arm missing and his head was split open, with the brains running out and he said he hated him because he'd left him in the middle of the road to go with women and it was his fault he was dead.' 'So?' 'So the father got some petrol and set fire to him.' 'I don't blame him.' I threw and finally hit the target. 'Point!' 'Four-two. — Niccolo Ammaniti
Missing Out Life Sayings By Sylvia Plath: I told him I believed in hell, and that certain people, like me, had to I told him I believed in hell, and that certain people, like me, had to live in hell before they died, to make up for missing out on it after death, since they didn't believe in life after death, and what each person believed happened to him when he died. — Sylvia Plath
Missing Out Life Sayings By Karen Quan: I miss you like the mismatching sock I can't find. You're out there somewhere. I miss you like the mismatching sock I can't find. You're out there somewhere. — Karen Quan
Missing Out Life Sayings By Jane Davitt: One life, one death. For all of us. Those are the numbers. I'm going to One life, one death. For all of us. Those are the numbers. I'm going to die and there's no avoiding it. I can go looking for it early by driving smashed out of my skull or swimming with sharks, sure, but staying with you isn't like that. It wouldn't be stupid and reckless and dumb, it wouldn't be me missing out on part of my life and skipping to the middle of the book. It'd just be me finding the guy I love early. It'd me hitting the jackpot. I'm not walking away from a piece of luck like that. I'm not walking away from you. — Jane Davitt
Missing Out Life Sayings By Carrie Adams: I had always wanted to go down that path at some point, I just hadn't I had always wanted to go down that path at some point, I just hadn't met anyone to go down it with. which begged another question: why hadn't I? What was wrong with me? Oh yes, I knew exactly what I was crying about. It was the fear of being a last resort. Of missing out. And not just on one Saturday night of partying with people I didn't know. On life. The life that everyone else seemed to find so easy to have. — Carrie Adams
Missing Out Life Sayings By Robin Marantz Henig: The real thing young people should fear is missing out on those few, true, long-term The real thing young people should fear is missing out on those few, true, long-term friendships that make for a richer, happier life. — Robin Marantz Henig
Missing Out Life Sayings By Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj: Between the banks of pleasure and pain flows the river of life. If you spend Between the banks of pleasure and pain flows the river of life. If you spend much time on either bank you will miss out on life. — Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Missing Out Life Sayings By Lila Veen: I think something you are missing and have missed out on your whole life, Jenna, I think something you are missing and have missed out on your whole life, Jenna, is the difference between being fucked and being loved....I want to show you how you can be loved..... — Lila Veen
Missing Out Life Sayings By Sophie Oak: I love you. That won't change because you tell me you don't love me. My I love you. That won't change because you tell me you don't love me. My love is not dependent on yours. It's just there, and I won't do anything to cut it out of my heart. It's what I've waited for all my life, and if you walk out that door, I'll go to my grave loving you, missing you, praying that you'll come back to me. I will never love another woman the way I love you. I will always be there for you. If you leave, know that my door is open. I will always be waiting for you to walk back through it. — Sophie Oak
Missing Out Life Sayings By Pam Farrel: Many women ... have buoyed me up in times of weariness and stress. Each friend Many women ... have buoyed me up in times of weariness and stress. Each friend was important ... Their words have seasoned my life. Influence, just like salt shaken out, is hard to see, but its flavor is hard to miss. — Pam Farrel
Missing Out Life Sayings By Michael Ramsey: Maurice rebelled against that notion; he said "eternal" did not mean "time," but is in Maurice rebelled against that notion; he said "eternal" did not mean "time," but is in fact to be contrasted with time. "Eternal" means another dimension. God is eternal, and to have eternity is to have a life that is shared with God, which is the state of the saved. Those who lose out - and Maurice was very clear that we need to warn ourselves that we might lose out - cannot have anything eternal. They have cut themselves off from God and are missing eternity. The contrast is thus between those who have eternal life, the life with God, and those who may lise eternal life, life with God. — Michael Ramsey
Missing Out Life Sayings By Vasily Grossman: He had lived without her before. He could get over it! In a year or He had lived without her before. He could get over it! In a year or so he'd be able to walk straight past her without his heart so much as missing a beat. He needed her as much as a drunk needs a cork! But he understood all too quickly how vain these thoughts were. How can you tear something out of your heart? Your heart isn't made out of paper and your life isn't written down in ink. You can't erase the imprint of years. — Vasily Grossman
Missing Out Life Sayings By Rob Bell: If you feel stuck in your life, like it's passing you by, like there's something If you feel stuck in your life, like it's passing you by, like there's something way better for you somewhere out there and you're missing it, try this - try throwing yourself into the small things and repeating to yourself: This is where I start. — Rob Bell
Missing Out Life Sayings By Christopher Dines: Top lines to a human being who tends to isolate (an avoidant) would mean they Top lines to a human being who tends to isolate (an avoidant) would mean they make an effort to talk to another human being when the opportunity arises. A top line can also mean that, whether we feel like it or not, we are committed to our recovery and to improving our emotional and professional life. The idea of 'top lines' is not to be hard on ourselves or to put us in a position where we feel unsafe or burnt out. It's a way to avoid missing opportunities to learn, serve and grow. — Christopher Dines
Missing Out Life Sayings By Gloria Jones: If you're only happy when the sun is out, you're missing half of your life. If you're only happy when the sun is out, you're missing half of your life. — Gloria Jones
Missing Out Life Sayings By Michael J. Cohen: If you are missing out on the natural joy and wisdom of life, it is If you are missing out on the natural joy and wisdom of life, it is because you have been taught to ignore it ... Reconnecting with nature consists of bringing into your consciousness a sensory way of thinking and relating with which you are born — Michael J. Cohen
Missing Out Life Sayings By Lana Del Rey: And I remember when I met him.It was so clear that he was the only And I remember when I met him.
It was so clear that he was the only one for me.
We both knew right away.
And as the years went on things got more difficult,
We were faced with more challenges.
I begged him to stay,
Tried to remember what we had in the beginning.
He was charismatic, magnetic, electric, and everybody knew him
When he walked in every woman's head turned.
Everyone stood up to talk to him.
He was like this hybrid, this mix of a man who couldn't contain himself.
I always got the sense that he became torn between being a good person and missing out on all of the opportunities that life could offer a man as magnificent as him.
And in that way, I understood him.
And I loved him, I loved him, I loved him, I loved him.
And I still love him, I love him. — Lana Del Rey
Missing Out Life Sayings By Melissa Foster: If you don't allow yourself to love, to fully saturate yourself with someone else's life, If you don't allow yourself to love, to fully saturate yourself with someone else's life, someone else's feelings, if you don't allow your ego to disappear and your heart to beat for another person so that every breath you take is taken for them, that person, well, then I'm afraid you'll be missing out on one of life's only blessings. — Melissa Foster
Missing Out Life Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: He's out there. A guy out there was meant to be the love of your He's out there. A guy out there was meant to be the love of your life, your best friend, your soulmate. The one you can tell your dreams to. He'll brush your hair out of your eyes. Send you flowers when you least expect it. He'll stare at you during the movies, even though he paid eight dollars to see it. He'll call to say "Goodnight" or just because he is missing you. He'll look in your eyes and tell you you're the most beautiful girl in the world. And for the first time in your life, you'll believe it. — Nicholas Sparks
Missing Out Life Sayings By Joe J. Christensen: Some sleep too much ... there must be an excellent reason for the injunction to Some sleep too much ... there must be an excellent reason for the injunction to retire and arise early ... You will profit by this counsel if you heed it ... The world is a more beautiful place early in the morning. Life is so much more calm. Much more can be accomplished in a shorter amount of time ... Some are habituated to going to bed late and sleeping much longer than your system really needs and thus missing out on some of the personal inspiration you could be receiving. — Joe J. Christensen