Often Imitated Famous Quotes & Sayings

13 Often Imitated Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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'The Waltons' was profoundly important after years of wandering around. I was 44 and cut off from family and friends. It nurtured me back to a sense of family and who I am. It was a transforming experience.Ralph Waite Often Imitated Sayings By Ralph Waite: 'The Waltons' was profoundly important after years of wandering around. I was 44 and cut
It is sadly true that most institutions and nations admire and reward sins of the "spirit," and various forms of arrogance and greed often lead to promotions and praise. But pride, ambition, and vanity are still pride, ambition, and vanity; they do not stop being capital sins because someone is pope or president. "Greed is good" in America, extravagant bonuses are envied and imitated, and careerism is rampant among the clergy ... Sins of the flesh, however, carry shame and guilt and can always be used to bring anybody down in church, culture, or the state.Richard Rohr Often Imitated Sayings By Richard Rohr: It is sadly true that most institutions and nations admire and reward sins of the
Sound of snipping growing softer outside the window, LeoPatrick Carman Often Imitated Sayings By Patrick Carman: Sound of snipping growing softer outside the window, Leo
Perhaps there is nothing greater on earth than the sacrifice of youth and beauty, often of high birth, made by the gentle sex in order to work in hospitals for the relief of human misery, the sight of which is so revolting to our delicacy. Peoples separated from the Roman religion have imitated but imperfectly so generous a charity.Voltaire Often Imitated Sayings By Voltaire: Perhaps there is nothing greater on earth than the sacrifice of youth and beauty, often
All of the elements of the comic way tend to spread to others, insinuating joy where it was previously absent. Conversation has a way of leaping among persons, as it does at parties and celebratory gatherings. Storytelling always begets storytelling. It is difficult to watch others at play without wanting to join them. This is not only a human phenomenon, for researchers have consistently noted that animals at play are often imitated by other animals. So wherever it is possible to initiate a playful activity, it will have a good chance of replicating itself through other parts of the system.Joseph Rusling Meeker Often Imitated Sayings By Joseph Rusling Meeker: All of the elements of the comic way tend to spread to others, insinuating joy
The most formidable thing standing between your dreams and you ; is youRassool Jibraeel Snyman Often Imitated Sayings By Rassool Jibraeel Snyman: The most formidable thing standing between your dreams and you ; is you
Even the song of birds, which we can bring under no musical rule, seems to have more freedom, and therefore more for taste, than a song of a human being which is produced in accordance with all the rules of music; for we very much sooner weary of the latter, if it is repeated often and at length. Here, however, we probably confuse our participation in the mirth of a little creature that we love, with the beauty of its song; for if this were exactly imitated by man (as sometimes the notes of the nightingale are) it would seem to our ear quite devoid of taste.Immanuel Kant Often Imitated Sayings By Immanuel Kant: Even the song of birds, which we can bring under no musical rule, seems to
Everyone has favorite criminals. Mine are pimps. We can all rob a bank; we can all sell drugs. Being a pimp is a whole other thing.Chris Rock Often Imitated Sayings By Chris Rock: Everyone has favorite criminals. Mine are pimps. We can all rob a bank; we can
What are you babbling on about, woman? sighed Chloe. She'd picked this phrase up from her father and imitated his weary tone perfectly. They'd made the mistake of laughing the first time she did it, so she'd kept it up, and said it just often enough, and with perfect timing, so that they couldn't help but keep laughing.Liane Moriarty Often Imitated Sayings By Liane Moriarty: What are you babbling on about, woman? sighed Chloe. She'd picked this phrase up from
This new world order is based on the experience of a God who is experienced personally. Jesus seems to be saying that God is not a philosophical system, a theory to be proven or an energy to be discussed or controlled, although we have often reduced God to such. Jesus believes that God is a Person to be imitated, enjoyed and loved.Richard Rohr Often Imitated Sayings By Richard Rohr: This new world order is based on the experience of a God who is experienced
It's so difficult to love another person and yourself for who they are and not what they do or who they could be. To stay in this moment and know it in all its pleasure and its pain. The world is a beautiful place. How often do we say this aloud?Vicki Forman Often Imitated Sayings By Vicki Forman: It's so difficult to love another person and yourself for who they are and not
As an actress and comedienne, I'm a huge fan of he theatre and the Tricycle in Kilburn is my favourite in London. I dragged my kids to a performance of 'Twelfth Night' there, where they handed out pizza. Who knew that all it takes to get children interested in Shakespeare is a snack?Arabella Weir Often Imitated Sayings By Arabella Weir: As an actress and comedienne, I'm a huge fan of he theatre and the Tricycle
On May 13, he met the official announcement that England recognized the belligerency of the Confederacy. This beginning of a new education tore up by the roots nearly all that was left of Harvard College and Germany. He had to learn - the sooner the better - that his ideas were the reverse of truth; that in May, 1861, no one in England - literally no one - doubted that Jefferson Davis had made or would make a nation, and nearly all were glad of it, though not often saying so. They mostly imitated Palmerston who, according to Mr. Gladstone, "desired the severance as a diminution of a dangerous power, but prudently held his tongue." The sentiment of anti-slavery had disappeared.Henry Adams Often Imitated Sayings By Henry Adams: On May 13, he met the official announcement that England recognized the belligerency of the