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93 New Adventures Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

New Adventures Sayings By Julie B. Beck: You can wake up every day looking forward to new adventures with hope smiling brightly You can wake up every day looking forward to new adventures with hope smiling brightly before you because you have a Savior. You are baptized in His Church ... You just need to stay in, pressing forward with a brightness of hope to your heavenly home. — Julie B. Beck
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New Adventures Sayings By M. Scott Peck: Going into the unknown is invariably frightening, but we learn what is significantly new only Going into the unknown is invariably frightening, but we learn what is significantly new only through adventures. — M. Scott Peck
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New Adventures Sayings By Mindy Kaling: Right now, I'm hankering for new adventures ... Ninety percent of the time I'm having Right now, I'm hankering for new adventures ... Ninety percent of the time I'm having romantic-comedy fantasies in which I'm wearing little pencil skirts and hurrying down to the subway. — Mindy Kaling
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New Adventures Sayings By Mariecor Ruediger: There'll be the lightning bugs with their Morse code display,And shooting stars and constellations to There'll be the lightning bugs with their Morse code display,
And shooting stars and constellations to befriend;
The dragonflies will keep us from going astray,
As we search for new adventures 'round every bend.
-excerpted from the poem 'The Huge Playroom that is Nature' in the book FROM GUAM TO CROWN CITY CORONADO (THANKS TO HERMANN, MISSOURI): A JOURNEY IN POESY — Mariecor Ruediger
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New Adventures Sayings By Barbara Wentroble: Overcomers have a 'finishing' anointing. They don't merely start things. They keep on moving forward Overcomers have a 'finishing' anointing. They don't merely start things. They keep on moving forward until they complete the task. Many people love to start new things. They like to be creative. They enjoy thinking of new projects and dreaming about new adventures. Often, these people actually start some of the new things they are planning for the future. The problem is that they seldom finish what they start. — Barbara Wentroble
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New Adventures Sayings By Kevin C. Mills: I've wanted to seek out new destinations and new adventures. I've sought an escape from I've wanted to seek out new destinations and new adventures. I've sought an escape from the world in which I was raised. Now I can't help but long for the place I've tried so hard to leave. — Kevin C. Mills
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New Adventures Sayings By Kevin E. Beasley: What ifs" are the doorways into new adventures. "Why nots" are the doorknobs. We turn What ifs" are the doorways into new adventures. "Why nots" are the doorknobs. We turn knobs and tug at doors until we find the one that opens for us. The Maker will leave that one unlocked and when we get to the other side, the light will be on and He'll be waiting with all the resources and help we need to fulfill His best desires for us. — Kevin E. Beasley
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New Adventures Sayings By Gary Jennings: Collect adventures and experiences to reminisce about ... go to far places, meet new people, Collect adventures and experiences to reminisce about ... go to far places, meet new people, eat exotic foods, enjoy all varieties of women, look on unfamiliar landscapes, see new things. — Gary Jennings
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New Adventures Sayings By George Gilder: A new generation of avaricious and egocentric Americans, in the thrall of anti-industrial ideologies, shuns A new generation of avaricious and egocentric Americans, in the thrall of anti-industrial ideologies, shuns the productive adventures of creation to pursue the comfort and security of the welfare state, abetted by the discount windows at the Federal Reserve, guarantees for "green jobs" and solar enterprises, the triple-A assurances of Fannie and Freddie, and the bonanzas with which we reward litigation against the productive. — George Gilder
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New Adventures Sayings By Sally Ride: All adventures, especially into new territory, are scary. All adventures, especially into new territory, are scary. — Sally Ride
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New Adventures Sayings By Diane Setterfield: I read old novels. The reason is simple: I prefer proper endings. Marriages and deaths, I read old novels. The reason is simple: I prefer proper endings. Marriages and deaths, noble sacrifices and miraculous restorations, tragic separations and unhoped-for reunions, great falls and dreams fulfilled; these, in my view, constitute an ending worth the wait. They should come after adventures, perils, dangers and dilemmas, and wind everything up nice and neatly. Endings like this are to be found more commonly in old novels than new ones, so I read old novels. — Diane Setterfield
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New Adventures Sayings By Patience Strong: I thought I had finished with romantic adventures, but half-way through life and well past I thought I had finished with romantic adventures, but half-way through life and well past the age for losing one's heart, I was suddenly swept off my feet by a new love, a passionate, tyrannical, all-absorbing emotion: the love of a garden. — Patience Strong
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New Adventures Sayings By Paul Kagame: The new Rwanda is about building an economy that delivers prosperity and opportunity for our The new Rwanda is about building an economy that delivers prosperity and opportunity for our citizens based on a robust private sector. Foreign adventures would be costly and counterproductive distractions from these challenging objectives. — Paul Kagame
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New Adventures Sayings By Katarina Bivald: Can you smell it? The scent of new books. Unread adventures. Friends you haven't met Can you smell it? The scent of new books. Unread adventures. Friends you haven't met yet, hours of magical escapism awaiting you. — Katarina Bivald
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New Adventures Sayings By Dawn French: For the first time ever, I was alone in a different country. I was nervous For the first time ever, I was alone in a different country. I was nervous about how I was going to cope in this big bustling city and so I employed a technique which still serves me well today. I imagined myself as someone who relished new exciting opportunities, who was utterly unafraid and perpetually optimistic. It was a kind of reinvention. Everyone I met was new. These people didn't know me, there was no shared history, so I could be anything or anyone I wanted to be. My theory was that if I behaved like a confident, cheerful person, eventually I would buy it myself, and become that. I always had traces of strength somewhere inside me, it wasn't fake. It was just a way of summoning my courage to the fore and not letting any creeping self-doubt hinder my adventures. This method worked then, and it works now. — Dawn French
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New Adventures Sayings By Dave Barry: We travel because, no matter how comfortable we are at home, there's a part of We travel because, no matter how comfortable we are at home, there's a part of us that wants - that needs - to see new vistas, take new tours, obtain new entrees, introduce new bacteria into our intestinal tracts, learn new words for "transfusion," and have all the other travel adventures that make us want to French-kiss our doormats when we finally get home. — Dave Barry
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New Adventures Sayings By Natalie Lloyd: I woke up to an ache in my chest, the smell of chocolate, and the I woke up to an ache in my chest, the smell of chocolate, and the sound of the ghost making a racket in the kitchen. Now, I'm not the sort to dwell on doom and sorrow. Life is too short for that. But I should at least try to describe the ache briefly: It is not the kind that comes from eating tacos too late at night. It's the kind that comes from being left behind. I think my heart is smart enough to know there's a place I should be filling with new memories, new jokes, and wondrous adventures with the one person I loved most of all. But that person is gone now. And so, my heart has a giant hole. I call it The Big Empty. — Natalie Lloyd
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New Adventures Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: We should come home from far, from adventures, and perils, and discoveries every day, with We should come home from far, from adventures, and perils, and discoveries every day, with new experience and character. — Henry David Thoreau
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New Adventures Sayings By Heather Vogel Frederick: Change is the nature of life, Cassidy. Some of it's good, like new babies being Change is the nature of life, Cassidy. Some of it's good, like new babies being born and children growing up and leaving home and all the new adventures that both of those things bring. And sometimes change is more difficult - like when your dad died. But it's nothing to fear. Good or bad, when we rise up to meet it, change can make us stronger. It's what moved us farther along down the road ahead. — Heather Vogel Frederick
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New Adventures Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Oddities only strike ordinary people. Oddities do not strike odd people. This is why ordinary Oddities only strike ordinary people. Oddities do not strike odd people. This is why ordinary people have a much more exciting time; while odd people are always complaining of the dulness of life. This is also why the new novels die so quickly, and why the old fairy tales endure for ever. The old fairy tale makes the hero a normal human boy; it is his adventures that are startling; they startle him because he is normal. But in the modern psychological novel the hero is abnormal; the centre is not central. Hence the fiercest adventures fail to affect him adequately, and the book is monotonous. You can make a story out of a hero among dragons; but not out of a dragon among dragons. The fairy tale discusses what a sane man will do in a mad world. The sober realistic novel of to-day discusses what an essential lunatic will do in a dull world. — G.K. Chesterton
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New Adventures Sayings By Maya Deren: The universe was once conceived as the passive stage upon which the dramatic conflict of The universe was once conceived as the passive stage upon which the dramatic conflict of human wills was enacted and resolved. Today man has discovered that that which seemed simple and stable is, instead, complex and volatile; his own inventions have put into motion new forces, toward which he has yet to invent a new relationship. Unlike Ulysses, he can no longer travel over a universe stable in space and time to find adventures; nor can he solve intimate antagonisms with an adversary sportingly suitable in stature. Rather, each individual is the center of a personal vortex; and the aggressive variety and enormity of the adventures which swirl about and confront him are unified only by his personal identity.... The integrity of the individual identity is counterpointed to the volatile character of a relativistic universe. — Maya Deren
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New Adventures Sayings By Paulo Coelho: I feel like making the mistakes I always wanted to make, but never had the I feel like making the mistakes I always wanted to make, but never had the courage to ... I can make new friends and teach them how to be crazy too in order to be wise. I'll tell them not to follow the manuals of good behaviour but to discover their own lives, desires, adventures and to live — Paulo Coelho
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New Adventures Sayings By Kathy Hepinstall: Her childhood had been magical, hours spent in ecstatic loneliness in the apple orchard, dreaming Her childhood had been magical, hours spent in ecstatic loneliness in the apple orchard, dreaming of foreign lands and wild adventures. Everything was new, down to bird song and grass blades. By the time she had reached adulthood, the town around her was like a grandmother who had used up all her stories and now simply rocked on the porch. The same flowers, the same streets, year after year. She longed for someone more exotic. A prince. A pirate. — Kathy Hepinstall
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New Adventures Sayings By Jason W. Blair: For me, writing isn't about money and fame. It's about passion, an art form that For me, writing isn't about money and fame. It's about passion, an art form that I want to share with the world, expand the horizons to new worlds, new experiences, and new adventures. — Jason W. Blair
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New Adventures Sayings By Patrick O'Neil: For Delta blueman Robert Johnson and his contemporaries, the train was the eternal metaphor for For Delta blueman Robert Johnson and his contemporaries, the train was the eternal metaphor for the travelling life, and it still holds true today. There is no travel like it. Train lines carve through all facets of a nation. While buses stick to major highways and planes reduce the unfolding of lives to a bird's eye view, trains putter through the domains of the rich and the poor, the desperate and the idle, rural and urban, isolated and cluttered. Through train windows you see realities rarely visible in the landscaped tourist areas. Those frames hold the untended jungle of a nation's truth. Despite my shredded emotions, there was still no feeling like dragging all your worldly possessions onto a carriage, alone and anonymous, to set off into the unknown; where any and all varieties of adventures await, where you might meet a new best friend, where the love of your life could be hiding in a dingy cafe. The clatter of the tracks is the sound of liberation. — Patrick O'Neil
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New Adventures Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: There is at the outset a very obvious and almost facile connection between the war There is at the outset a very obvious and almost facile connection between the war in Vietnam and the struggle I, and others, have been waging in America. A few years ago there was a shining moment in that struggle. It seemed as if there was a real promise of hope for the poor
both black and white
through the poverty program. There were experiments, hopes, new beginnings. Then came the buildup in Vietnam and I watched the program broken and eviscerated as if it were some idle political plaything of a society gone mad on war, and I knew that America would never invest the necessary funds or energies in rehabilitation of its poor so long as adventures like Vietnam continued to draw men and skills and money like some demonic destructive suction tube. — Martin Luther King Jr.
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New Adventures Sayings By Debasish Mridha: We are the prisoners of our thoughts; we are conformists. We fear new thoughts, new We are the prisoners of our thoughts; we are conformists. We fear new thoughts, new ideas, and new adventures. — Debasish Mridha
New Adventures Sayings By Antony Gormley: I always like to look for adventure when I go away. I have gone on I always like to look for adventure when I go away. I have gone on several horse adventures with my wife - from Guangxi we went up to the High Tibetan region. We also went along the Hurunui River on horseback in the South Island of New Zealand. — Antony Gormley
New Adventures Sayings By Eglantyne Jebb: Relief work does not consist entirely in wearisome appeals ... it has its moments of Relief work does not consist entirely in wearisome appeals ... it has its moments of enchantment, its adventures, its unexpected vistas into new worlds — Eglantyne Jebb
New Adventures Sayings By Jeph Loeb: We have a whole other division, where we actually literally take the comic book and We have a whole other division, where we actually literally take the comic book and animate it. Our feeling was that, if this was going to be our show and that it was going to be a brand new show, it has to be more adventures with these characters, in the same way that, through the years, there have been long runs on the comic book series. It's the same characters, with different voices, along the way. — Jeph Loeb
New Adventures Sayings By Claudia Bakker: The worst part of writing is meeting all these great new characters and having no The worst part of writing is meeting all these great new characters and having no one to talk about (the adventures you share with) them. — Claudia Bakker
New Adventures Sayings By Jim Cummings: Sterling Holloway, the actor who had originally voiced Pooh, decided to retire in the mid-1980s. Sterling Holloway, the actor who had originally voiced Pooh, decided to retire in the mid-1980s. Disney decided that they wanted to continue this character with their 'New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh' TV series. — Jim Cummings
New Adventures Sayings By George Elliott Clarke: Donna E. Smyth - adventures with words; she is always doing something new and unique. Donna E. Smyth - adventures with words; she is always doing something new and unique. Beginning with her visceral morality, her stories are startling, nerve wracking, provocative: she combines Angela Carter's beautiful style with Patricia Highsmith's malevolent atmospheres. Smyth shatters clichs and dismisses mere sociology. She knows that pleasure is besieged by terror. She tells us what we don't want to know, but need to know. Smyth's writing disturbs us, enrichingly, because truth can never be at peace with language. — George Elliott Clarke
New Adventures Sayings By Sophia Amoruso: In a now famous commencement speech at Stanford University, Steve Jobs urged the graduating class In a now famous commencement speech at Stanford University, Steve Jobs urged the graduating class to "stay hungry. Stay foolish." Never let go of your appetite to go after new ideas, new experiences, and new adventures. Compete with yourself, not with others. Judge yourself on what is your personal best and you'll accomplish more than you could ever have imagined. Life stops for no one, so keep moving. Stay awake and stay alive. — Sophia Amoruso
New Adventures Sayings By Mike Dooley: It's the confluence of all this - all that you think, believe, and expect - It's the confluence of all this - all that you think, believe, and expect - that shapes your life and death. And just as a gold coin might lie on your horizon, so can and does all else you dwell upon, including new relationships, promotions, relocations, adventures, and more. Some of these will appear quicker than others, some won't show up at all, and then there'll be some surprises the logistics and choreography of which are far too complicated for the human mind to track - but not for divine mind. — Mike Dooley
New Adventures Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: The books I liked became a Bible from which I drew advice and support; I The books I liked became a Bible from which I drew advice and support; I copied out long passages from them; I memorized new canticles and new litanies, psalms, proverbs, and prophecies, and I sanctified every incident in my life by the recital of these sacred texts. My emotions, my tears, and my hopes were no less sincere on account of that; the words and the cadences, the lines and the verses were not aids to make believe: but they rescued from silent oblivion all those intimate adventures of the spirit that I couldn't speak to anyone about; they created a kind of communion between myself and those twin souls which existed somewhere out of reach; instead of living out my small private existence, I was participating in a great spiritual epic. — Simone De Beauvoir
New Adventures Sayings By Sandra Kring: So there that poor little stick is, caught up in a swirlin' eddy, spinnin' and So there that poor little stick is, caught up in a swirlin' eddy, spinnin' and spinnin' until it's sure it's gonna be stuck in that one spot forever. But then a most amazing thing happens. For no reason that anyone can really be sure of, the water spits that little stick right out of that stuck place and off it goes, floatin' on down the river to find new adventures. — Sandra Kring
New Adventures Sayings By Charlotte Sophia Kasl: Prepare for joy - speak your truth, care for yourself, expand your knowledge, nurture your Prepare for joy - speak your truth, care for yourself, expand your knowledge, nurture your friendships, let people love you, take on new adventures, go where your heart leads you. — Charlotte Sophia Kasl
New Adventures Sayings By Gary Paulsen: I am happiest in the brush and by myself - whether that's the woods of I am happiest in the brush and by myself - whether that's the woods of northern Minnesota or the wilds of Alaska behind a dogteam, picking through the foothills of the mountains by my ranch in New Mexico on horseback, or on the ship of my sailboat on the Pacific - so I guess it made sense to me that both Brian and Samuel would find their challenges and adventures, if that's what you call them, in the woods. — Gary Paulsen
New Adventures Sayings By Cath Staincliffe: She read her way around the library, hungry for journeys, adventures, laughter and passion. She She read her way around the library, hungry for journeys, adventures, laughter and passion. She took each new book to bed like a lover, savouring every chapter, going too far some nights until the letters danced like insects and she was groggy next day at work. But still she'd sneak away for lunchtime trysts, her eager fingers fumbling for the bookmark. — Cath Staincliffe
New Adventures Sayings By Kid Cudi: I just wanna go on more adventures. Be around good energy. Connect with people. Learn I just wanna go on more adventures. Be around good energy. Connect with people. Learn new things. Grow — Kid Cudi
New Adventures Sayings By Helen Hunt: I loved Julia Louis-Dreyfus's show 'The New Adventures of Old Christine.' That made me laugh I loved Julia Louis-Dreyfus's show 'The New Adventures of Old Christine.' That made me laugh out loud. She's like Lucille Ball. She's brilliant. — Helen Hunt
New Adventures Sayings By Rhiannon Thomas: She had spent years locked in a tower, unable to see anything of the world She had spent years locked in a tower, unable to see anything of the world but the scarp of forest beyond her window, but stories had provided her escape. New books, old books, dramas and histories and fantastical adventures, stories of ordinary lives, stories of dragons and demons, murders and mysteries and myths from long ago. A hundred possible worlds, more true to her than her own, more compelling than a life of staring at the same walls and same trees, waiting for the day when the lock would click and she would finally be allowed to be free. A story could not hurt her. — Rhiannon Thomas
New Adventures Sayings By Jerrel C. Thomas: One Story At A TimeStories come to life in your imagination. You can meet new One Story At A Time

Stories come to life in your imagination. You can meet new friends, just by reading words. Go places you've never gone before . Adventures and dreams come alive. Tragedies that seemed to work out for good. Stories seemed to capture things that wasn't there before. Friendship that can last a lifetime, just from reading words. It all happens in book, with a little imagination... — Jerrel C. Thomas
New Adventures Sayings By Milan Kundera: Now what was tiring had disappeared and only the beauty remained. Saturday found him for Now what was tiring had disappeared and only the beauty remained.
Saturday found him for the first time strolling alone through Zurich, breathing in the heady smell of his freedom. New adventures hid around each corner. The future was again a secret. — Milan Kundera
New Adventures Sayings By C.J. Heck: We are all products of our environment; every person we meet, every new experience or We are all products of our environment; every person we meet, every new experience or adventure, every book we read, touches and changes us, making us the unique being we are. — C.J. Heck
New Adventures Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Explore new learning adventures. Explore new learning adventures. — Lailah Gifty Akita
New Adventures Sayings By Aldous Huxley: But if one doesn't really exist, one wonders why ... " she hesitated."Why one makes But if one doesn't really exist, one wonders why ... " she hesitated.
"Why one makes such a fuss about things," Anthony suggested. "All that howling and hurrahing and gnashing of teeth. About the adventures of a self that isn't really a self - just the result of a lot of accidents. And of course," he went on, "once you start wondering, you see at once that there is no reason for making such a fuss. And then you don't make a fuss - that is, if you're sensible. Like me," he added, smiling. — Aldous Huxley
New Adventures Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: This is also why the new novels die so quickly, and why the old fairy This is also why the new novels die so quickly, and why the old fairy tales endure for ever. The old fairy tale makes the hero a normal human boy; it is his adventures that are startling; they startle him because he is normal. But in the modern psychological novel the hero is abnormal; the center is not central. — G.K. Chesterton
New Adventures Sayings By Maxwell Grantly: Perhaps one day, you'll become a man and sail the oceans too. Perhaps you'll find Perhaps one day, you'll become a man and sail the oceans too. Perhaps you'll find buried treasure and discover new lands of your own. The world lays waiting for your adventures too and we can only dream of what they may be. — Maxwell Grantly
New Adventures Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: Regret comes in four tones that operate in unison to shape our lives. First, we Regret comes in four tones that operate in unison to shape our lives. First, we regret the life that we lived, the decisions we made, the words we said in anger, and enduring the shame wrought from experiencing painful failures in work and love. Secondly, we regret the life we did not live, the opportunities missed, the adventures postponed indefinitely, and the failure to become someone else other than whom we now are. American author Shannon L. Alder said, 'One of the greatest regrets in life is being what others would want you to be, rather than being yourself.' Third, we regret that parts of our life are over; we hang onto nostalgic feelings for the past. When we were young and happy, everything was new, and we had not yet encountered hardship. As we age and encounter painful setbacks, we experience disillusionment and can no longer envision a joyous future. Fourth, we experience bitterness because the world did not prove to be what we hoped or expected it would be. — Kilroy J. Oldster
New Adventures Sayings By Claire Morgan: And to remember both our triumphs and our missteps, our promises made and broken, the And to remember both our triumphs and our missteps, our promises made and broken, the times we opened ourselves up to great adventures or closed ourselves down for fear of getting hurt, because that's what new year's all about, getting another chance, a chance to forgive. to do better, to do more, to give more, to love more, and to stop worrying about what if and start embracing what will be. so when that ball drops at midnight, and it will drop, let's remember to be nice to each other, kind to each other, and not just tonight but all year long. — Claire Morgan
New Adventures Sayings By Mark Zuckerberg: Virtual Reality is really a new communication platform. By feeling truly present, you can share Virtual Reality is really a new communication platform. By feeling truly present, you can share unbounded spaces and experiences with the people in your life. Imagine sharing not just moments with your friends online, but entire experiences and adventures. — Mark Zuckerberg
New Adventures Sayings By Kevin Sorbo: On losing the opportunity to star in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman On losing the opportunity to star in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman 'You know what? It happened for the right reason. Although I would have made a good Clark Kent. I look better in glasses. — Kevin Sorbo
New Adventures Sayings By Michael Bywater: Risk assessment is the new religion, the Big Babies'equivalent of the apotropaic ritual, the haruspices, Risk assessment is the new religion, the Big Babies'equivalent of the apotropaic ritual, the haruspices, the chicken entrails and the goat on the altar. Where our ancestors looked up at the stars, and spoke with the gods, and went off upon the great and dangerous adventures which would return them to their communities as adults, we, adorned not with swords and quivers but with all the tentative apparatus of our intelligence and our carefulness, look upwards and see, not gods, but improperly secured overhead lighting, untrimmed branches, loose cables, inadequately fastened false ceiling partitions; and we decide not, after all, to go. It is, after all, too dangerous. — Michael Bywater
New Adventures Sayings By Debasish Mridha: The joy of life is in new creations, new adventures, and new feelings. The joy of life is in new creations, new adventures, and new feelings. — Debasish Mridha
New Adventures Sayings By Lindsay Pearce: I like to go to the gym with my girls, practice yoga, try new recipes, I like to go to the gym with my girls, practice yoga, try new recipes, bake, have slumber parties, go to the beach, have adventures, book hunt, shop for new records, or road trip somewhere ... anything that keeps me laughing and excited about the day, really. I like feeling free to do what I or my friends want to do on our days off. — Lindsay Pearce
New Adventures Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: It's all right," the boy murmured as he felt her trembling. "My grandmother always told It's all right," the boy murmured as he felt her trembling. "My grandmother always told me 'Never try to turn back on a new road - you don't know what adventures await you. — Lisa Kleypas
New Adventures Sayings By Andrew Coster: He reasoned, even as a young man, that traditions may linger as he walked though He reasoned, even as a young man, that traditions may linger as he walked though the oracles of time. In later years he thought his mind may one day blur, should he survive to an old age, but as he spread ink on paper, transmitted and shared with those who came after him his experiences, his own grHe reasoned, even as a young man, that traditions may linger as he walked though the oracles of time. In later years he thought his mind may one day blur, should he survive to an old age, but as he spread ink on paper, transmitted and shared with those who came after him his experiences, his own great adventures, he believed perhaps they, like he, would give way to pause to reflect on how...hard it always was to open his eyes to begin a new day. eat adventures, he believed perhaps they, like he, would give way to pause to reflect on how goddamned hard it always was to open his eyes to begin a new day. — Andrew Coster
New Adventures Sayings By John Templeton: If you are curious as to what your future may hold, you can look into If you are curious as to what your future may hold, you can look into a mirror. What is reflecting back? Does a sparkle in your eyes indicate excitement about new adventures and opportunities? Does a smile on your lips portray an inner happiness and abundant goodwill towards others? — John Templeton
New Adventures Sayings By Ramana Maharshi: The explorers seek happiness in finding curiosities, discovering new lands and undergoing risks in adventures. The explorers seek happiness in finding curiosities, discovering new lands and undergoing risks in adventures. They are thrilling. But where is pleasure found? Only within. Pleasure is not to be sought in the external world. — Ramana Maharshi
New Adventures Sayings By Dana L. Ayers: ...My "poodle" brain craves the adventures that happen during training and racing. Days-long relays, obstacle ...My "poodle" brain craves the adventures that happen during training and racing. Days-long relays, obstacle courses involving fire and barbed wire, races at night, races where you wear tutus. (Fact: that can be every race, if you want it to be.) Some adventures can be intimidating, but it's still fun to conquer something new. — Dana L. Ayers
New Adventures Sayings By Henry David Thoreau: But why should not the New Englander try new adventures - not lay so much But why should not the New Englander try new adventures - not lay so much stress on his grain, his potato and grass crop, and his orchards - and raise other crops than these? Why concern ourselves so much about our beans for seed, and not be concerned at all about a new generation of men. — Henry David Thoreau
New Adventures Sayings By Walt Disney: Disneyland will always be building and growing and adding new things ... new ways of Disneyland will always be building and growing and adding new things ... new ways of having fun, of learning things, and sharing the many exciting adventures which may be experienced here in the company of family and friends. — Walt Disney
New Adventures Sayings By Joni Mitchell: In New York, the street adventures are incredible. There are a thousand stories in a In New York, the street adventures are incredible. There are a thousand stories in a single block. You see the stories in the people's faces. You hear the songs immediately. Here in Los Angeles, there are less characters because they're all inside automobiles. — Joni Mitchell
New Adventures Sayings By Gina Greenlee: Increase the number of adventures you act on and you'll lighten the weight of regret. Increase the number of adventures you act on and you'll lighten the weight of regret. — Gina Greenlee
New Adventures Sayings By Lily Collins: My advice for girls who are waiting for their Prince Charming is to be open My advice for girls who are waiting for their Prince Charming is to be open for anything. Be open to new experiences, be open to the idea that it may take longer than you want, but if you're open to meeting new people and new adventures, then love will come along. — Lily Collins
New Adventures Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Explore new adventures. Explore new adventures. — Lailah Gifty Akita
New Adventures Sayings By Kenneth Branagh: I am very much looking forward to new adventures - including, I hope, Broadway - I am very much looking forward to new adventures - including, I hope, Broadway - sooner rather than later. — Kenneth Branagh
New Adventures Sayings By Charles Baudelaire: I'm not saying that the world will be reduced to expedient means and ridiculous disorder I'm not saying that the world will be reduced to expedient means and ridiculous disorder of the South American republics, - that we could maybe even return to savagery, and walk through the overgrown ruins of our civilization searching for food with a gun in our hand. No; - because such a destiny and such adventures would still presuppose a vital energy, an echo of primeval ages. As the new example and the new victims of inexorable moral laws, we shall perish by what we thought was our life-giver. Engineering will make us so Americanized, progress will create such great atrophy of everything spiritual in us, that the bloody, sacrilegious or unnatural dreams of the utopians could never compare with its positive results. — Charles Baudelaire
New Adventures Sayings By Tomi Astikainen: One can be lonely irrespective of place, if there is no one with familiar face.One One can be lonely irrespective of place, if there is no one with familiar face.
One can grow tired of being on the move, if there's no purpose and nothing to prove.
But there's always a place for a nomad like me; new friends to be made, adventures to see.
Let go of the plans, change tactics and hence; Whatever might happen turns out to make sense. — Tomi Astikainen
New Adventures Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: The knight departing for new adventures offends his lady, yet she has nothing but contempt The knight departing for new adventures offends his lady, yet she has nothing but contempt for him if he remains at her feet. — Simone De Beauvoir
New Adventures Sayings By J.M. Barrie: Peter invented, with Wendy's help, a new game that fascinated him enormously, until he suddenly Peter invented, with Wendy's help, a new game that fascinated him enormously, until he suddenly had no more interest in it, which, as you have been told, was what always happened with his games. It consisted in pretending not to have adventures ... — J.M. Barrie
New Adventures Sayings By Michelle Hodkin: So." Noah said carefully. I was sitting up cross-legged and tangled in my sheets."So." I So." Noah said carefully. I was sitting up cross-legged and tangled in my sheets.
"So." I said back
"Would you like to hear about Curious George's new adventures?"
I shook my head.
"Are you sure?" Noah asked. "He's been such a naughty monkey."
"Pass. — Michelle Hodkin
New Adventures Sayings By Danielle Jamie: Goodbye, 2014. You've been a real kick in my lady balls; I definitely will not Goodbye, 2014. You've been a real kick in my lady balls; I definitely will not miss you. Hello, 2015, the year of success and new adventures, — Danielle Jamie
New Adventures Sayings By Helene Wecker: Now that the book is out in the world, I'm amazed all over again at Now that the book is out in the world, I'm amazed all over again at what my friend did for me in prompting me to ditch realism for a more magical approach. In some ways, the Golem and the Jinni are the ultimate immigrants. They aren't just new to New York or America; they're new to people. Like those around them, they wrestle with issues of religion versus doubt and duty versus self-determination - but as inescapable aspects of their own otherworldly natures. For seven years I've lived with their questions, arguments, and adventures, and it's been one of the greatest gifts of my life. — Helene Wecker
New Adventures Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: New adventures enrich one's life. New adventures enrich one's life. — Lailah Gifty Akita
New Adventures Sayings By D.E. Stevenson: The Adventures of Dickson McCunn, Adam Bede, Eric or Little by Little, these and many The Adventures of Dickson McCunn, Adam Bede, Eric or Little by Little, these and many others, old and new, good bad and indifferent were grist to Duggie's mill. He found a novel by Rhoda Broughton entitled Not Wisely But Too Well and read it all through. He read an abridged version of Robinson Crusoe, and Under Two Flags and Coral Island with equal concentration. He read Little Women and Wuthering Heights. Cheyney he found difficult, for the people seemed to speak an unfamiliar language, but he struggled on manfully all the same. Needless — D.E. Stevenson
New Adventures Sayings By Jennifer Garner: My mother and father always supported my passion for acting. I think they just kind My mother and father always supported my passion for acting. I think they just kind of expected me to move to New York and become an actress and have all these adventures. — Jennifer Garner
New Adventures Sayings By D.J. MacHale: I was disappointed in Coop. He hated being bored and so did I. He was I was disappointed in Coop. He hated being bored and so did I. He was always looking for different things to do and coming up with new adventures that kept us moving. That was his job. Trolling for girls at the beach was okay by me, but I didn't want it to be our sole focus. Besides, the girls I liked had more interesting things to do than spend every waking moment sitting around at the beach comparing tans. — D.J. MacHale
New Adventures Sayings By Alex Haditaghi: Some journeys don't have endings, they lead to new beginnings. These are the journeys that Some journeys don't have endings, they lead to new beginnings. These are the journeys that lead to great adventures! — Alex Haditaghi
New Adventures Sayings By Oprah Winfrey: It is confidence in our bodies, minds and spirits that allows us to keep looking It is confidence in our bodies, minds and spirits that allows us to keep looking for new adventures. — Oprah Winfrey
New Adventures Sayings By Andrea Michaels: I try to incorporate life's lessons from everyone around me and pay it forward anytime I try to incorporate life's lessons from everyone around me and pay it forward anytime I can. I look at every person I meet as a new and thrilling experience with which I'm gifted. Every new city or country or continent that I visit is a beautiful exploration from which I can learn. Every new client or project represents the possibility of meeting new people and having new adventures. — Andrea Michaels
New Adventures Sayings By Immanuel Kant: It is the Land of Truth (enchanted name!), surrounded by a wide and stormy ocean, It is the Land of Truth (enchanted name!), surrounded by a wide and stormy ocean, the true home of illusion, where many a fog bank and ice, that soon melts away, tempt us to believe in new lands, while constantly deceiving the adventurous mariner with vain hopes, and involving him in adventures which he can never leave, yet never bring to an end. — Immanuel Kant
New Adventures Sayings By Emily Barr: Although I don't know much about anything, I know that I have a story. I Although I don't know much about anything, I know that I have a story. I know that it is not over. There are shades and shadows of adventures and people and wild new places. Whatever Paris might turn out to be, and whatever Dr. Epstein is able to do, I want to be there to find out. — Emily Barr
New Adventures Sayings By Deborah Blake: What do you envy?" Liam gestured around the Airstream. "All this. You travel around the What do you envy?"
Liam gestured around the Airstream. "All this. You travel around the country , no roots, no ties, having all sorts of adventures and meeting new people. It must be nice not to constantly have folks tugging at you, expecting you to solve all their problems for them, knowing everything about you down to whether you wear boxers or briefs."
Baba raised an eyebrow, and he flushed a little.
"Briefs. But that's not my point. — Deborah Blake
New Adventures Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: Wearied with the commonplaces of a prosaic world; where even the joys of romance and Wearied with the commonplaces of a prosaic world; where even the joys of romance and adventure soon grow stale, St John and I had followed enthusiastically every aesthetic and intellectual movement which promised respite from our devastating ennui. The enigmas of the symbolists and the ecstasies of the pre-Raphaelites all were ours in their time, but each new mood was drained too soon, of its diverting novelty and appeal. Only the somber philosophy of the decadents could help us, and this we found potent only by increasing gradually the depth and diablism of our penetrations. Baudelaire and Huysmans were soon exhausted of thrills, till finally there remained for us only the more direct stimuli of unnatural personal experiences and adventures. It was this frightful emotional need which led us eventually to that detestable course which even in my present fear I mention with shame and timidity
that hideous extremity of human outrage, the abhorred practice of grave-robbing. — H.P. Lovecraft
New Adventures Sayings By Carian Cole: I think most people settle for what is safe at least once at some point I think most people settle for what is safe at least once at some point in their lives, but a person who suffers from anxiety or depression will almost always run away from goals, dreams, and new life adventures to avoid the possibility of feeling anything new and somewhat scary. It is better to live with the known than face the unknown. — Carian Cole
New Adventures Sayings By Sophia Amoruso: Never let go of your appetite to go after new ideas, new experiences, and new Never let go of your appetite to go after new ideas, new experiences, and new adventures. Compete with yourself, not with others. Judge yourself on what is your personal best and you'll accomplish more than you could ever have imagined. Life stops for no one, so keep moving. Stay awake and stay alive. There's no AutoCorrect in life - think before texting the universe. Breaking the rules just for fun is too easy - the real challenge lies in perfecting the art of knowing which rules to accept and which to rewrite. The more you experiment, take risks, and make mistakes, the better you'll know yourself, the better you'll know the world, and the more focused you'll be. — Sophia Amoruso
New Adventures Sayings By Gina Greenlee: The adventures of a lifetime begin with "Yes. The adventures of a lifetime begin with "Yes. — Gina Greenlee
New Adventures Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Keep taking new action, new path and new adventures. Keep taking new action, new path and new adventures. — Lailah Gifty Akita
New Adventures Sayings By Michelle Hodkin: Noah recited his next title. The New Adventures of Curious Noah recited his next title. The New Adventures of Curious — Michelle Hodkin
New Adventures Sayings By Milan Kundera: Until that time, her betrayals had filled her with excitement and joy, because they opened Until that time, her betrayals had filled her with excitement and joy, because they opened up new paths to new adventures of betrayal. But what if the paths came to an end? One could betray one's parents, husband, country, love, but when parents, husband, country, and love were gone - what was left to betray? — Milan Kundera