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42 Occupy Love Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Occupy Love Sayings By Richard G. Scott: Prayer is a supernal gift of our Father in Heaven to every soul. Think of Prayer is a supernal gift of our Father in Heaven to every soul. Think of it: the absolute Supreme Being, the most all-knowing, all-seeing, all-powerful personage, encourages you and me, as insignificant as we are, to converse with Him as our Father. Our supplication can be brief or can occupy all the time needed. It can be an extended expression of love and gratitude or an urgent plea for help. He has created numberless cosmos and populated them with worlds, yet you and I can talk with Him personally, and He will ever answer. — Richard G. Scott
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Occupy Love Sayings By Elizabeth McCracken: For years I'd waited for someone to love me: that was the permission I needed For years I'd waited for someone to love me: that was the permission I needed to fall in love myself, as though I were a pin sunk deep in a purse, waiting for a magnet to prove me metal. When that did not happen, I'd thought of myself as unlovable.
... It was this I'd waited for all my life: a love that would make me useful, a love that would occupy all my time. — Elizabeth McCracken
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Occupy Love Sayings By Ingmar Bergman: Actually it deals ("as usual" I was about to say!) with Life, Love and Death. Actually it deals ("as usual" I was about to say!) with Life, Love and Death. Because nothing in fact is more important. To occupy oneself with. To think of. To worry over. To be happy about. And so on. — Ingmar Bergman
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Occupy Love Sayings By Samuel Beckett: It took me a long time, my lifetime so to speak, to realise that the It took me a long time, my lifetime so to speak, to realise that the colour of an eye half seen, or the source of some distant sound, are closer to Giudecca in the hell of unknowing than the existence of God, or the origins of protoplasm, or the eistence of self, and even less worthy than these to occupy the wise, It's a bit much, a lifetime, to achieve this consoling conclusion, it doesn't leave you much time to profit by it. — Samuel Beckett
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Occupy Love Sayings By Alyson Richman: I had to teach myself that love was very much like a painting. The negative I had to teach myself that love was very much like a painting. The negative space between people was just as important as the positive space we occupy. The air between our resting bodies, and the breath in our conversations, were all like the white of the canvas, and the rest our relationship- the laughter and the memories- were the brushstroke applied over time. — Alyson Richman
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Occupy Love Sayings By John Irving: He might have told Homer, then, that he loved him very much and that he He might have told Homer, then, that he loved him very much and that he needed something very active to occupy himself at this moment of Homer's departure. — John Irving
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Occupy Love Sayings By Adora Svitak: I would love it if we made more comparisons between current issues and issues of I would love it if we made more comparisons between current issues and issues of the past. Maybe we'd realize that sometimes 'current issues' and 'past issues' are one and the same. Our world's people still fight over natural resources, kill in the name of religion, occupy regions and give them up - just as we did 'so long ago.' — Adora Svitak
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Occupy Love Sayings By Stendhal: He could no longer give a thought to anything else. His days passed like hours. He could no longer give a thought to anything else. His days passed like hours. At all hours of the day, when he sought to occupy his mind with some serious business, his thoughts would abandon everything, and he would come to himself a quarter of an hour later, his heart throbbing, his head confused, and dreaming of this one idea: 'Does she love me? — Stendhal
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Occupy Love Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: A man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a A man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to a point where he does not discern any truth either in himself or anywhere around him, and thus falls into disrespect towards himself and others. Not respecting anyone, he ceases to love, and having no love, he gives himself up to passions and coarse pleasures, in order to occupy and amuse himself, and in his vices reaches complete bestiality, and it all comes from lying continually to others and to himself. A man who lies to himself is often the first to take offense. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Occupy Love Sayings By Tessa Dare: Damn it, it wasn't right. When she lay abed at night, she shouldn't see charging Damn it, it wasn't right. When she lay abed at night, she shouldn't see charging boars and violent tussles. She should dream of the scent of night-blooming jasmine and the texture of organdy and the distant strains of an orchestra playing a stately sarabande. As he had, all those freezing, damp nights.
As he would, in all the bitter years to come.
What had she called him, last night? An insufferable, arrogant cad. Yes, he was.
He wanted Cecily pining for him forever, dreaming she could tame him, yearning for the tender love he could never, ever give.
He wanted her to remember the old Luke, not fantasize about some uncivilized beast.
And if this "werestag" had eclipsed the memory of their kiss with his gory midnight rescue . . .
Luke just would have to do it one better, and give Cecily a new memory to occupy her thoughts. An experience she could never forget. — Tessa Dare
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Occupy Love Sayings By Victor Hugo: The future belongs to hearts even more than it does to minds. Love, that is The future belongs to hearts even more than it does to minds. Love, that is the only thing that can occupy and fill eternity. In the infinite, the inexhaustible is requisite.
Love participates of the soul itself. It is of the same nature. Like it, it is the divine spark; like it, it is incorruptible, indivisible, imperishable. It is a point of fire that exists within us, which is immortal and infinite, which nothing can confine, and which nothing can extinguish. We feel it burning even to the very marrow of our bones, and we see it beaming in the very depths of heaven. — Victor Hugo
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Occupy Love Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: Young ladies may have been crossed in love, and have had their sufferings, their frantic Young ladies may have been crossed in love, and have had their sufferings, their frantic moments of grief and tears, their wakeful nights, and so forth; but it is only in very sentimental novels that people occupy themselves perpetually with that passion, and I believe what are called broken hearts are a very rare article indeed. — William Makepeace Thackeray
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Occupy Love Sayings By Lisa Anderson: Want to love singles in your church? Invite us to the grown-up table. Give us Want to love singles in your church? Invite us to the grown-up table. Give us the breakable glasses, not plastic, and let us join in the adult conversation. You may actually learn something from us. And we will be more than willing to jump in and contribute. Pastors and church leaders, ferret out your single adults and get to know us. Invite us into the life and leadership of the church. Put us on committees. Challenge us to give financially. Ask us to lead a project. Don't let us occupy the sidelines. Make us assimilate. — Lisa Anderson
Occupy Love Sayings By Pega Rose: I usually can't stop babbling, just to fill space, but with Julienne, I can see I usually can't stop babbling, just to fill space, but with Julienne, I can see the appeal of just being. Julienne is quiet, obviously, but that's because she can say what she means to in so few words. She has a commanding presence that's hard to ignore. Julienne doesn't seem to feel the same urgency other people do. Everyone else, myself included, is constantly vying for a space to occupy, just for the sake of it. But when Julienne does share, it's incredible. She has an actual opinion on everything, not just something to say, and I want to hear about all of them. — Pega Rose
Occupy Love Sayings By John Ortberg Jr.: No matter how little money we have, no matter what rung we occupy on anybody's No matter how little money we have, no matter what rung we occupy on anybody's corporate ladder of success, in the end what everybody discovers is that what matters is other people. Human beings who give themselves to relational greatness - who have friends they laugh with, cry with, learn with, fight with, dance with, live and love and grow old and die with - these are the human beings who lead magnificent lives. — John Ortberg Jr.
Occupy Love Sayings By Alyson Richman: But in order to survive in this foreign world, I had to teach myself that But in order to survive in this foreign world, I had to teach myself that love was very much like a painting. The negative space between people was just as important as the positive space we occupy. — Alyson Richman
Occupy Love Sayings By Philip Roth: What I would really love to happen to me would be if I came upon What I would really love to happen to me would be if I came upon an idea that would keep me busy until I die so I wouldn't have to go through the business of thinking up a new book. But I wouldn't mind writing a long book which is going to occupy me for the rest of my life. — Philip Roth
Occupy Love Sayings By Allan Lokos: The virtues of free enterprise can become distorted by greed & delusion. The virtues of free enterprise can become distorted by greed & delusion. — Allan Lokos
Occupy Love Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: A love of flowers would beget early rising, industry, habits of close observation, and of A love of flowers would beget early rising, industry, habits of close observation, and of reading. It would incline the mind to notice natural phenomena, and to reason upon them. It would occupy the mind with pure thoughts, and inspire a sweet and gentle enthusiasm; maintain simplicity of taste; and ... unfold in the heart an enlarged, unstraightened, ardent piety. — Henry Ward Beecher
Occupy Love Sayings By Brother Lawrence: The difficulties of life do not have to be unbearable. It is the way we The difficulties of life do not have to be unbearable. It is the way we look at them - through faith or unbelief - that makes them seem so. We must be convinced that our Father is full of love for us and that He only permits trials to come our way for our own good.
Let us occupy ourselves entirely in knowing God. The more we know Him, the more we will desire to know Him. As love increases with knowledge, the more we know God, the more we will truly love Him. We will learn to love Him equally in times of distress or in times of great joy. — Brother Lawrence
Occupy Love Sayings By Brother Lawrence: My God, since you are with me and since, by Your will, I must occupy My God, since you are with me and since, by Your will, I must occupy myself with external things, please grant me the grace to remain with You, in Your presence. Work with me, so that my work might be the very best. Receive as an offering of love both my work and all my affections. — Brother Lawrence
Occupy Love Sayings By Charles Horton Cooley: If love closes, the self contracts and hardens: the mind having nothing else to occupy If love closes, the self contracts and hardens: the mind having nothing else to occupy its attention and give it that change and renewal it requires, busies itself more and more with self-feeling, which takes on narrow and disgusting forms, like avarice, arrogance and fatuity. — Charles Horton Cooley
Occupy Love Sayings By Urban T. Holmes III: We are at our best when we love the Lord and his church more than We are at our best when we love the Lord and his church more than our style of life. We do not believe in our country, right or wrong. If evil has such a grip upon the institutions of government, we know that evil must be overthrown by one means or another. We are not monarchists, republicans or socialists, although our membership includes them all and more. We are pilgrims, who want to pass through a land that will support our journey to the Kingdom; and, if need be, the noblest of us will choose to occupy that land for a bit shorter time than usual rather than deny the Lord of the Kingdom. — Urban T. Holmes III
Occupy Love Sayings By J.C. Reed: I'd let him get under my skin, and now he had started to occupy my I'd let him get under my skin, and now he had started to occupy my every thought. — J.C. Reed
Occupy Love Sayings By Anita Desai: Ever since I could first write I have been doing so. When I was taught Ever since I could first write I have been doing so. When I was taught how to write and read at school, I made up my mind that this was what I love to do best and this was the world I was going to occupy. — Anita Desai
Occupy Love Sayings By C.S. Lewis: God has not been trying an experiment on my faith or love in order to God has not been trying an experiment on my faith or love in order to find out their quality. He knew it already. It was I who didn't. In this trial He makes us occupy the dock, the witness box, and the bench all at once. He always knew that my temple was a house of cards. His only way of making me realize the fact was to knock it down. — C.S. Lewis
Occupy Love Sayings By Kseniya Melnik: Everything felt wrong, like she was living in a parallel universe, separated by one crucial Everything felt wrong, like she was living in a parallel universe, separated by one crucial degree from the one containing the life she was meant to have. This other, true life was visible to her, even palpable at certain instances - like during the births of her sons - but impossible to occupy. She cried from pity for herself, and because of the stupidity of such pity. She cried for Luciano and for Anton. She cried because she'd only loved one boy with the follow-you-over-the-edge-of-the-earth kind of love - at fifteen. She cried for her mother, who had died two years ago, and whom she still missed every day. — Kseniya Melnik
Occupy Love Sayings By Jalina Mhyana: He's always been attracted to broken things. He was the kind of boy who talked He's always been attracted to broken things. He was the kind of boy who talked the bad girls through their problems, who defended them and didn't take advantage. He was sensitive to his stuffed animals' feelings, rotating their position on his bed so that a new plush animal would occupy pride of place at his pillowside every night. Soon I became first and foremost on that pillow; princess of the island of misfit toys. — Jalina Mhyana
Occupy Love Sayings By G. Willow Wilson: If you love things or ideas or people that contradict each other, you have to If you love things or ideas or people that contradict each other, you have to be prepared to fight for every square inch of intellectual real estate you occupy. — G. Willow Wilson
Occupy Love Sayings By Joseph Conrad: And having no respect he ceases to love, and in order to occupy and distract And having no respect he ceases to love, and in order to occupy and distract himself without love he gives way to passions and coarse pleasures, and sinks to bestiality in his vices, all from continual lying to other men and to himself. The man who lies to himself can be more easily offended than anyone. You know it is sometimes very pleasant to take offence, isn't it? A man may know that nobody has insulted him, but that he has invented the insult for himself, has lied and exaggerated to make it picturesque, has caught at a word and made a mountain out of a molehill- he knows that himself, yet he will be the first to take offence, and will revel in his resentment till he feels great pleasure in it, and so pass to genuine vindictiveness. But — Joseph Conrad
Occupy Love Sayings By Isak Dinesen: Love, with very young people, is a heartless business. We drink at that age from Love, with very young people, is a heartless business. We drink at that age from thirst, or to get drunk; it is only later in life that we occupy ourselves with the individuality of our wine. — Isak Dinesen
Occupy Love Sayings By Donella H. Meadows: People don't need enormous cars; they need admiration and respect. They don't need a constant People don't need enormous cars; they need admiration and respect. They don't need a constant stream of new clothes; they need to feel that others consider them to be attractive, and they need excitement and variety and beauty. People don't need electronic entertainment; they need something interesting to occupy their minds and emotions. And so forth. Trying to fill real but nonmaterial needs-for identity, community, self-esteem, challenge, love, joy-with material things is to set up an unquenchable appetite for false solutions to never-satisfied longings. A society that allows itself to admit and articulate its nonmaterial human needs, and to find nonmaterial ways to satisfy them, world require much lower material and energy throughputs and would provide much higher levels of human fulfillment. — Donella H. Meadows
Occupy Love Sayings By Julie Anne Long: Yes, Miss Masters, but walking is also a way to announce who you are." Gideon Yes, Miss Masters, but walking is also a way to announce who you are." Gideon waved one arm impassionedly. "How you view yourself in the world. The way you hold yourself, the way you move, how you occupy a space, tells other people a good deal about you," ~from To Love a Thief — Julie Anne Long
Occupy Love Sayings By Charles Yu: Things go backward.And then, one day, whatever it is we had, it's gone. It won't Things go backward.
And then, one day, whatever it is we had, it's gone. It won't come back. We both know it.
Whatever it is she let me have, she has taken it away. Whatever it is when two people agree to briefly occupy the same space, agree to allow their lives to overlap in some small area, some temporary region of the world, a region they create through love or convenience, or for us, something even more meager, whatever that was, it has collapsed, it has closed. She has closed herself to me. — Charles Yu
Occupy Love Sayings By Nathaniel Branden: The music that inspires the souls of lovers exists within themselves and the private universe The music that inspires the souls of lovers exists within themselves and the private universe they occupy. They share it with each other; they do not share it with the tribe or with society. The courage to hear that music and to honor it is one of the prerequisites of romantic love. — Nathaniel Branden
Occupy Love Sayings By Elayne Boosler: I love being down at Occupy Wall Street. The sincerity, the youth involvement, the desire I love being down at Occupy Wall Street. The sincerity, the youth involvement, the desire for better, is palpable and moving. There is true caring, sharing, and refreshingly naive hope. — Elayne Boosler
Occupy Love Sayings By Elisa Albert: These tiny people, they're not about you. They are not for you. They do not These tiny people, they're not about you. They are not for you. They do not belong to you. They are under your care, is all, and it's your job to work at being a decent human being, love them well and a lot, dont put your problems on them, dont make your problems thier problems, dont use them to occupy empty parts of yourself. — Elisa Albert
Occupy Love Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: The important thing is not to lie to yourself. He who lies to himself and The important thing is not to lie to yourself. He who lies to himself and listens to his own lies reaches a state in which he no longer recognizes truth either in himself or in others, and so he ceases to respect both himself and others. Having ceased to respect everyone, he stops loving, and then, in the absence of love, in order to occupy and divert himself, he abandons himself to passions and the gratification of coarse pleasures until his vices bring him down to the level of bestiality, and all on account of his being constantly false both to himself and to others. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Occupy Love Sayings By Dacia Maraini: Falling in love with a story is like falling in love with a person. It Falling in love with a story is like falling in love with a person. It tends to occupy your life, your thoughts. You can't do anything else for a long time. — Dacia Maraini
Occupy Love Sayings By Marilyn Vos Savant: I love having ten times as much stuff to do as I can possibly find I love having ten times as much stuff to do as I can possibly find time to do. That way, I can pick the one-tenth that I want to do most. But if I only have enough to just occupy all my time, I'm stuck doing all of whatever stuff it happens to be. — Marilyn Vos Savant
Occupy Love Sayings By Rodney Mullen: Do what you love and try not to look at what other people occupy themselves Do what you love and try not to look at what other people occupy themselves with. Most people seem restless and bounce around too much to focus or even pay attention enough to themselves to figure out exactly what they really do love, as opposed to what the people that surround them are doing. — Rodney Mullen
Occupy Love Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to such The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to such a pass that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or around him, and so loses all respect for himself and for others. And having no respect he ceases to love, and in order to occupy and distract himself without love he gives way to passions and coarse pleasures, and sinks to bestiality in his vices, all from continual lying to other men and to himself. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky