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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By J.D. Robb: Mind the faeries," Brian said with a grin. "Christ, it's been years since I stepped Mind the faeries," Brian said with a grin. "Christ, it's been years since I stepped into a country wood. Roarke, do you remember when we skinned those Germans in the hotel, then hid out for two days with travelers in the wood down in Wexford till the heat was off?"
"Jesus, I'm standing right here," Eve pointed out. "Cop."
"There was that girl," Brian continued, unabashed. "Ah, the sultry beauty. And no matter how I tried to charm her, she only had eyes for you."
"Again, right here. Married."
"It was long ago and far away. — J.D. Robb
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Diyar Harraz: The woman in front of him was perfect. Her sweet curved lips and flushed cheeks. The woman in front of him was perfect. Her sweet curved lips and flushed cheeks. The way her long eyelashes batted when she blinked and the incredible scent of cinnamon from her soft skin, she was the only thing that he'd finally gotten right. She was the only thing that mattermattered. No matter how far away he could run, the image of her would always be in at the back of his mind. — Diyar Harraz
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Ray Bradbury: Forgive, I hope you won't be upset, but when I was a boy I used Forgive, I hope you won't be upset, but when I was a boy I used to look up and see you behind your desk, so near but far away, and, how can I say this, I used to think that you were Mrs. God, and that the library was a whole world, and that no matter what part of the world or what people or thing I wanted to see and read, you'd find and give it to me. — Ray Bradbury
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Lee Martin: I thought to myself then that it didn't matter where I ended up; I'd always I thought to myself then that it didn't matter where I ended up; I'd always be living that summer in that town, wishing that I;d done things differently, tormented by the fact that I hadn't. I'd never go far enough to be able to escape it. Maybe you're happy about that. OR maybe you're not. Maybe you're carrying your own regrets, and you understand how easy it is to let your life get away from you. I wish I could be the hero of this story, but I'm not. I'm just the one to tell it, at least my part in it- the story of Katie Mackey and the people who failed her. It's an old one, this tale of selfish desires and the lament that follows, as ancient as the story of Adam and Eve turned away forever from paradise. — Lee Martin
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Eric Walters: No matter where you go, no matter how far you run, you can't run away No matter where you go, no matter how far you run, you can't run away from yourself. — Eric Walters
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Lindsay Eagar: The roots of a tree stretch deeper than you think...No matter how far away you The roots of a tree stretch deeper than you think...No matter how far away you are when you bloom, you are always tied to your roots. — Lindsay Eagar
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Dorothy Koomson: No matter how much you love a man, always have a stash of money that No matter how much you love a man, always have a stash of money that would get you as far away from him as possible in an emergency. — Dorothy Koomson
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Patricia A. McKillip: What do you think love is- a thing to startle from the heart like a What do you think love is- a thing to startle from the heart like a bird at every shout or blow? You can fly from me, high as you choose into your darkness, but you will see me always beneath you, no matter how far away, with my face turned to you. My heart is in your heart. I gave it to you with my name that night and you are its guardian, to treasure it, or let it whither and die. I do not understand you. I am angry with you. I am hurt and helpless, but nothing will fill the ache of the hollowness in me where your name would echo if I lost you. — Patricia A. McKillip
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Adam Stanley: No matter how far away we are from each other in distance, or in time, No matter how far away we are from each other in distance, or in time, when we look up into the clear night Sky. We will always see the same Moon. — Adam Stanley
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Alan Jacobs: In one of his most beautiful poems, Richard Wilbur writes, "Odd that a thing is In one of his most beautiful poems, Richard Wilbur writes, "Odd that a thing is most itself when likened." And this is true no matter the thing: a book becomes more fully itself when we see both how it resembles and how is differs from other books; one discipline of study takes on its proper hues only when we see its relations to other disciplines that stand close to it or very far away. My repertoire of analogies is my toolbox, or my console of instruments, by which I comprehend and navigate the world. It can't be too large; every addition helps, at least a bit. — Alan Jacobs
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No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: No matter how far luck is running away from you , rational decisions, Hard working, No matter how far luck is running away from you , rational decisions, Hard working, and sacrifices always brings it back to you, even if it is impossible — M.F. Moonzajer
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Tali Alexander: No matter what you do, no matter how far away you run, what's written in No matter what you do, no matter how far away you run, what's written in the stars cannot be undone. — Tali Alexander
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Bryan Brown: Never tell tales about a woman. No matter how far away she is, shell always Never tell tales about a woman. No matter how far away she is, shell always hear you. — Bryan Brown
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Kate Morton: The certainty that she would find what it was she sought just slipped away, until The certainty that she would find what it was she sought just slipped away, until one night she knew there was nothing, no one waiting for her. That no matter how far she walked, how carefully she searched, how much she wanted to find the person she was looking for, she was alone - The Forgotten Garden — Kate Morton
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Ray Bradbury: He knew it would take as many years as could think of now to forget He knew it would take as many years as could think of now to forget the tracks, no matter how deeply buried. Some morning in autumn, spring, or winter he kn he'd wake and, if he didn't go near the window, if he just lay deep and snug and warm, in his bed, he would hear it, faint and far away.
And around the bend of the morning street, up the avenue, between the even rows of sycamore, elm and maple, it the quietness before the start of living, past his house h would hear the familiar sounds. Like the ticking of a doe the rumble of a dozen metal barrels rolling, the hum of single immense dragonfly at dawn. Like a merry-go-round like a small electrical storm, the color of blue lightning, coming, here, and gone. The trolley's chime! The hiss like a sc fountain spigot as it let down and took up its step, and starting of the dream again, as on it sailed along its way, traveling a hidden and buried track to some hidden and buried destination. — Ray Bradbury
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Not that running away's going to solve everything. I don't want to rain on your Not that running away's going to solve everything. I don't want to rain on your parade or anything, but I wouldn't count on escaping this place if I were you. No matter how far you run. Distance might not solve anything. — Haruki Murakami
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: The givers and keepers of Gogol's name are far from him now. One dead. Another, The givers and keepers of Gogol's name are far from him now. One dead. Another, a widow, on the verge of a different sort of departure, in order to dwell, as his father does, in a separate world. She will call him, once a week, on the phone. She will learn to send e-mail, she says. Once or twice a week, he will hear "Gogol" over the wires, see it typed on a screen. As for all the people in the house, all the mashis and meshos to whom he is still, and will always be, Gogol - now that his mother is moving away, how often will he see them? Without people in the world to call him Gogol, no matter how long he himself lives, Gogol Ganguli will, once and for all, vanish from the lips of loved ones, and so, cease to exist. Yet the thought of this eventual demise provides no sense of victory, no solace. It provides no solace at all. — Jhumpa Lahiri
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Alice Hoffman: Abra DeMadrigal didn't look young enough to be my sister anymore. Her sorrow weighed her Abra DeMadrigal didn't look young enough to be my sister anymore. Her sorrow weighed her down and aged her. She was still beautiful, but she looked very far away. No wonder our people had raven eyes, so distant, so sad. No matter how wise she was, my mother looked like a woman who hadn't truely believed how much evil there was in our world. Not until this moment. — Alice Hoffman
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By CrimethInc.: There is no returning to the masses - once your forays into theory have borne There is no returning to the masses - once your forays into theory have borne you far enough away from them that you can perceive them and the benefits of being among them. the only return is through the process of disillusionment; one must cease to care about motivating the masses to be reunited with them. Likewise, there is no converting them - no matter how many people you come to join you at your outpost, from up close they will never look as impressive as the distant crowd. — CrimethInc.
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Takayuki Ishii: Every war invariably results in terrible tragedies, immense waste and sinful destruction. All wars, no Every war invariably results in terrible tragedies, immense waste and sinful destruction. All wars, no matter how big or small, how nearby or far away, diminish OUR humanity to a barbaric level. — Takayuki Ishii
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Linkin Park: (It starts with)One thing, I don't know whyIt doesn't even matter how hard you tryKeep (It starts with)
One thing, I don't know why
It doesn't even matter how hard you try
Keep that in mind, I designed this rhyme
To explain in due time
All I know
time is a valuable thing
Watch it fly by as the pendulum swings
Watch it count down to the end of the day
The clock ticks life away
It's so unreal
Didn't look out below
Watch the time go right out the window
Trying to hold on but didn't even know
Wasted it all just to
Watch you go
I kept everything inside and even though I tried, it all fell apart
What it meant to me will eventually be a memory of a time when I tried so hard
And got so far
But in the end
It doesn't even matter
I had to fall
To lose it all
But in the end
It doesn't even matter — Linkin Park
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Maya Banks: Never forget that family is the most important thing. No matter how far your life Never forget that family is the most important thing. No matter how far your life takes you away, your family is always here. And if you're nothing else in this world, you're a Kelly, and that makes you loved. — Maya Banks
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Claire Contreras: He's like your drug. No matter how far you go or what crazy measures you He's like your drug. No matter how far you go or what crazy measures you take to stay away from him, you always end up back where you started. — Claire Contreras
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Jonathan E. Steinberg: There are realities about what it is to be a woman in this world that There are realities about what it is to be a woman in this world that are born from social convention. No matter how far away you are from civilization, you can't fully get away from that. — Jonathan E. Steinberg
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Walter Munk: People have to realize that the air we breathe and the water we drink come People have to realize that the air we breathe and the water we drink come from the ocean and will go back to the ocean one way or another, no matter how far away we may be from it. It's a perpetual cycle. — Walter Munk
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Nicholas Drayson: Is it an endearing quirk among European explorers to imagine that every geographical feature they Is it an endearing quirk among European explorers to imagine that every geographical feature they clap eyes on for the first time is in need of a new name, or is if just a plain silly one? As far as I understand, humans have been knocking around this part of Africa for - give or take a birthday candle- three million years. The existence of a large wet patch smack in the middle of them had not gone unnoticed. How large? Bigger than Lake Michigan, bigger than Tasmania, bigger than Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and Rhode Island all rolled into one. It is so big that people on one side gave it one name, people on the other side gave it another, and people in between gave it several more. But that didn't matter to Dr Livingstone. Along he came and he didn't ask the locals what they called this large lake at the top end of the Nile. He gave it yet another name, in honour of the elder of a tribe of white people on a small island five thousand miles away. — Nicholas Drayson
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Madison Barlow: Her biggest goal in life was to have a happy family despite her shortcomings. Now Her biggest goal in life was to have a happy family despite her shortcomings. Now all she wanted was to get as far away as possible. A man like Jack didn't deserve anything she had to offer, no matter how little and insignificant. — Madison Barlow
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Haruki Murakami: One by one, I'll face the tasks before me and complete them as best I One by one, I'll face the tasks before me and complete them as best I can. Focusing on each stride forward, but at the same time taking a long-range view, scanning the scenery as far ahead as I can. I am, after all, a long distance runner.
My time, the rank I attain, my outward appearance - all of these are secondary. For a runner like me, what's really important is reaching the goal I set myself, under my own power. I give it everything I have, endure what needs enduring, and am able, in my own way, to be satisfied. From out of the failures and joys I always try to come away having grasped a concrete lesson. (It's got to be concrete, no matter how small it is.) And I hope that, over time, as one race follows another, in the end I'll reach a place I'm content with. Or maybe just catch a glimpse of it. — Haruki Murakami
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Alain De Botton: Looking at a photograph by Helen Levitt of four boys in a New York street, Looking at a photograph by Helen Levitt of four boys in a New York street, we are likely to find ourselves longing to comfort the grim-faced, stoic young man in the corner, whose mother perhaps only half an hour ago did up the many buttons of his handsome coat, and whose distressed expression evokes a pure form of agony. But how very different the same scene would have looked from just a metre away and another viewpoint. To the boy at the far right, what appears to matter most is a chance to take a closer look at his friend's toy. He has already lost any interest in the overdressed crybaby by the wall, whom he and his classmates have just slapped hard for a bit of fun, on this day as on most others. — Alain De Botton
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Hanya Yanagihara: If you love home - and even if you don't - there is nothing quite If you love home - and even if you don't - there is nothing quite as cozy, as comfortable, as delightful, as that first week back. That week, even the things that would irritate you - the alarm waahing from some car at three in the morning; the pigeons who come to clutter and cluck on the windowsill behind your bed when you're trying to sleep in - seem instead reminders of your own permanence, of how life, your life, will always graciously allow you to step back inside of it, no matter how far you have gone away from it or how long you have left it. — Hanya Yanagihara
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Priyanka Naik: Memories are weird. They never really leave you alone, no matter how much you try, Memories are weird. They never really leave you alone, no matter how much you try, and the funny part is--the more you try, the more they haunt you. The more you want to run away, the faster they seem to catch up, and then there comes a time when you are convinced that you have finally managed to leave them behind and move on. You rejoice. You celebrate. You have exorcised the ghosts of the past--you feel liberated, UNTIL one fine day, some old memory creeps up slowly from behind and taps you on your shoulder just to say "Hi. How's it going so far?". That is when everything comes rushing in, and you realize that maybe, just maybe, it had never really gone away. — Priyanka Naik
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Haruki Murakami: No matter how far you travel, you can never get away from yourself. No matter how far you travel, you can never get away from yourself. — Haruki Murakami
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Nicole Williams: It doesn't seem to matter how far away I go or how many years go It doesn't seem to matter how far away I go or how many years go by. I'm starting to accept that there will always be some part of me that is going to hold on to some part of you. — Nicole Williams
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Jim Bouton: Gary Bell is nicknamed Ding Dong. Of course. What's interesting about it is that "Ding Gary Bell is nicknamed Ding Dong. Of course. What's interesting about it is that "Ding Dong" is what the guys holler when somebody gets hit in the cup. The cups are metal inserts that fit inside the jock strap, and when a baseball hits one it's called ringing the bell, which rhymes with hell, which is what it hurts like. It's funny, even if you're in the outfield, or in the dugout, no matter how far away, when a guy gets it in the cup you can hear it. Ding Dong. — Jim Bouton
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Steven Erikson: History, she realized, was mostly lost. No matter how diligent the recorders, the witnesses, the History, she realized, was mostly lost. No matter how diligent the recorders, the witnesses, the researchers, most of the past simply no longer existed. Would never be known. The notion seemed to empty her out somewhere deep inside, as if the very knowledge of loss somehow released a torrent of extinction within her own memories-moments swirling away, never to be retrieved. She set a finger in one groove etched into the stone, followed its serpentine track downward as far as she could reach, then back up again. The first to do so in how long? — Steven Erikson
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Johan Oscar Smith: Because there is liberating power in each and every truth, the one who walks in Because there is liberating power in each and every truth, the one who walks in the truth in all his ways will be set free. A lie, no matter how "little," gives the powers of darkness an opening for attack, but the truth chases them far away. — Johan Oscar Smith
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Dorothy L. Sayers: A man once asked me ... how I managed in my books to write such A man once asked me ... how I managed in my books to write such natural conversation between men when they were by themselves. Was I, by any chance, a member of a large, mixed family with a lot of male friends? I replied that, on the contrary, I was an only child and had practically never seen or spoken to any men of my own age till I was about twenty-five. "Well," said the man, "I shouldn't have expected a woman (meaning me) to have been able to make it so convincing." I replied that I had coped with this difficult problem by making my men talk, as far as possible, like ordinary human beings. This aspect of the matter seemed to surprise the other speaker; he said no more, but took it away to chew it over. One of these days it may quite likely occur to him that women, as well as men, when left to themselves, talk very much like human beings also. — Dorothy L. Sayers
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By PJ Harvey: There is a thread connecting you no matter how far away you are from someone There is a thread connecting you no matter how far away you are from someone and you know I have two or three relationships in my life that are like that. — PJ Harvey
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Jan Berry: When the darkness comes, keep an eye on the light - whatever that is for When the darkness comes, keep an eye on the light - whatever that is for you - no matter how far away it seems. — Jan Berry
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Tara Sivec: Not all babies are cute when they're born no matter how many new parents try Not all babies are cute when they're born no matter how many new parents try to convince you otherwise. This is yet another lie the half-baked "theys" lead you to believe. Some babies are born looking like old men with wrinkled faces, age spots, and a receding hairline. When I was born, my father George took my hospital picture over to his friend Tim's house while my mom was still recuperating in the hospital. Tim took one look at my picture and said, "Oh sweet Jesus, George. You better hope she's smart." It was no different with my son, Gavin. He was funny looking. I was his mother, so I could say that. He had a huge head, no hair, and his ears stuck out so far I often wondered if they worked like the Whisper 2000, and he was able to pick up conversations from a block away. — Tara Sivec
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Haruki Murakami: A giant octopus living way down deep at the bottom of the ocean. It has A giant octopus living way down deep at the bottom of the ocean. It has this tremendously powerful life force, a bunch of long, undulating legs, and it's heading somewhere, moving through the darkness of the ocean ... It takes on all kinds of different shapes - sometimes it's 'the nation,' and sometimes it's 'the law,' and sometimes it takes on shapes that are more difficult and dangerous than that. You can try cutting off its legs, but they just keep growing back. Nobody can kill it. It's too strong, and it lives too far down in the ocean. Nobody knows where its heart is. What I felt then was a deep terror. And a kind of hopelessness, a feeling that I could never run away from this thing, no matter how far I went. And this creature, this thing doesn't give a damn that I'm me or you're you. In its presence, all human beings lose their names and their faces. We all turn into signs, into numbers. — Haruki Murakami
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Ray Bradbury: He was in Guanajuato, Mexico, he was a writer, and tonight was the Day of He was in Guanajuato, Mexico, he was a writer, and tonight was the Day of the Dead ceremony. He was in a little room on the second floor of a hotel, a room with wide windows and a balcony that overlooked the plaza where the children ran and yelled each morning. He heard them shouting now. And this was Mexico's Death Day. There was a smell of death all through Mexico you never got away from, no matter how far you went. No matter what you said or did, not even if you laughed or drank, did you ever get away from death in Mexico. No car went fast enough. No drink was strong enough.
("The Candy Skull") — Ray Bradbury
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Julie Dillon: Our universe grants every soul a twin-a reflection of themselves -the kindred spirit - And Our universe grants every soul a twin-
a reflection of themselves -the kindred spirit - And no matter where they are or how far away they are from each other- even if they are in different dimensions, they will always find one another. This is destiny; this is love. — Julie Dillon
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By V.C. Lancaster: Perhaps they wanted him to mate with her. If he had value, maybe they wanted Perhaps they wanted him to mate with her. If he had value, maybe they wanted more of him. Little ones. He swallowed. That was forbidden. She was not his Queen. His captors might not understand his people's ways, but he would not break them, no matter how far away from his tribe they took him.
But if they kept them together in this space for long enough, wouldn't the Bond form? Wouldn't his allegiance be changed if he stayed this close to her, alone? Nature would take over. He would become hers. His body would not give him the choice.
He could not let that happen. — V.C. Lancaster
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Asmaa Hussein: When Allah (swt) decrees that a door in your life is to be opened, no When Allah (swt) decrees that a door in your life is to be opened, no matter how hard you try to close it, no matter how far you run away from it, it will remain open until you walk through. When Allah (swt) decrees that a door is to be closed, no matter how many times you knock on that door, try to break it down, or cry on your knees in front of it, begging it to open again, it will never be opened. Grieve in front of that closed door if you must. Stand there for a time and look at it. Hold your hands over your heart and press down to calm it's quickened pained rhythm. Then know- know beyond the shadow of a doubt, know in your heart of hearts- that when you trust Allah and move forward, he will open a more beautiful door for you. You will walk through it and perhaps you will even praise him for having closed the past door you loved so much. He is Al-Fattah, the Opener. May the doors He opens for us always lead us back to him. — Asmaa Hussein
No Matter How Far Away You Are Sayings By Elizabeth Bard: I live three thousand miles away from my mother. But no matter how far away, I live three thousand miles away from my mother. But no matter how far away, I'm still hers. I'm brave in the ways she's made me brave and scared in the ways she's made me scared. I'll never belong to anyone the way I belong to her. — Elizabeth Bard