Muddies Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Muddies Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Muddies Sayings By Emil Cioran: Only those are happy who never think or, rather, who only think about life's bare Only those are happy who never think or, rather, who only think about life's bare necessities, and to think about such things means not to think at all. True thinking resembles a demon who muddies the spring of life or a sickness which corrupts its roots. To think all the time, to raise questions, to doubt your own destiny, to feel the weariness of living, to be worn out to the point of exhaustion by thoughts and life, to leave behind you, as symbols of your life's drama, a trail of smoke and blood - all this means you are so unhappy that reflection and thinking appear as a curse causing a violent revulsion in you. — Emil Cioran
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Muddies Sayings By Dean Koontz: Because deception requires both bold lies and lies of omission, it stains the soul, muddies Because deception requires both bold lies and lies of omission, it stains the soul, muddies the conscience, blurs the vision, and puts you at risk of headlong descent into greater darkness. As a boy, I could not have put — Dean Koontz
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Muddies Sayings By Chelsea Handler: I'm not that shallow, asshole. I don't need money. It's way more important for them I'm not that shallow, asshole. I don't need money. It's way more important for them to be good-looking. — Chelsea Handler
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Muddies Sayings By Jack.J Scott: When worrying about inevitable things brings you heavy emotional burden, just learn to accept them When worrying about inevitable things brings you heavy emotional burden, just learn to accept them as they are and try to move on to face those that you can solve. 6. — Jack.J Scott
Muddies Sayings By Charlie Day: Thinking of Plan B muddies up your chances of succeeding at Plan A. Thinking of Plan B muddies up your chances of succeeding at Plan A. — Charlie Day
Muddies Sayings By Wilkie Collins: The best men are not consistent in good - why should the worst men be The best men are not consistent in good - why should the worst men be consistent in evil? — Wilkie Collins
Muddies Sayings By Sara Gruen: Just when you're getting the hang of life, it knocks your legs out from under Just when you're getting the hang of life, it knocks your legs out from under you and stoops your back. It makes you ache and muddies your head ... — Sara Gruen
Muddies Sayings By Dean Koontz: When you keep a secret from those closest to you, even with the best of When you keep a secret from those closest to you, even with the best of motives, there is a danger that you will create a smaller life within your main life. The first secret will spin off other secrets that also must be kept, complicated webs of evasion that grow into elaborate architectures of repressed truths and subterfuge, until you discover that you must live two narratives at once. Because deception requires both bold lies and lies of omission, it stains the soul, muddies the conscience, blurs the vision, and puts you at risk of headlong descent into greater darkness. — Dean Koontz
Muddies Sayings By Paul Mazursky: The one thing that's closest to my story is the thing about trying out for The one thing that's closest to my story is the thing about trying out for the juvenile delinquent role and getting it. That was the start of my acting career ... which I've resumed, by the way. — Paul Mazursky
Muddies Sayings By Richard G. Scott: A quiet impression could be a personal instruction from the Lord. It is personal and A quiet impression could be a personal instruction from the Lord. It is personal and private. It comes from the Lord. Why is it important to keep sacred writings private? Because then He will give us more. — Richard G. Scott
Muddies Sayings By Sara Gruen: Age is a terrible thief. Just when you're getting the hang of life, it knocks Age is a terrible thief. Just when you're getting the hang of life, it knocks your legs out from under you and stoops your back. It makes you ache and muddies your head and silently spreads cancer throughout your spouse. — Sara Gruen
Muddies Sayings By Erik Erikson: The American feels too rich in his opportunities for free expression that he often no The American feels too rich in his opportunities for free expression that he often no longer knows what he is free from. Neither does he know where he is not free; he does not recognize his native autocrats when he sees them. — Erik Erikson
Muddies Sayings By Wayne Thomas Batson: The people of your world are forgetting their foundations. Discernment erodes and muddies all waters, The people of your world are forgetting their foundations. Discernment erodes and muddies all waters, no matter how pure. — Wayne Thomas Batson