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100 Outgrown Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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One is not really a photographer until preoccupation with learning has been outgrown and the camera in his hands is an extension of himself. This is where creativity begins.Carl Mydans Outgrown Sayings By Carl Mydans: One is not really a photographer until preoccupation with learning has been outgrown and the
A relationship ends because you've outgrown it. It can begin again because you, as two, can fill the new shape.Megan McCafferty Outgrown Sayings By Megan McCafferty: A relationship ends because you've outgrown it. It can begin again because you, as two,
It gives me a strange feeling on my skin to think of someone else, someone in England, walking around in my clothes. My clothes seem a part of me, even the ones I've outgrown.Margaret Atwood Outgrown Sayings By Margaret Atwood: It gives me a strange feeling on my skin to think of someone else, someone
The communism of combined wealth and capital, the outgrown of overweening cupidity and selfishness which assiduously undermines the justice and integrity of free institutions, is not less dangerous than the communism of oppressed poverty and toil which, exasperated by injustice and discontent, attacks with wide disorder the citadel of misrule.Grover Cleveland Outgrown Sayings By Grover Cleveland: The communism of combined wealth and capital, the outgrown of overweening cupidity and selfishness which
Haven't we outgrown all this tired irony? Weren't we supposed to give up acting twenty-two forever?Bret Easton Ellis Outgrown Sayings By Bret Easton Ellis: Haven't we outgrown all this tired irony? Weren't we supposed to give up acting twenty-two
There were days when the Church could club men into obedience by preaching Hell to them, but that day has long passed. The world has outgrown it.John G. Lake Outgrown Sayings By John G. Lake: There were days when the Church could club men into obedience by preaching Hell to
After twenty-two years of marriage, we had outgrown the challenge of making something out of nothing. The nesting instincts just weren't there anymore. I no longer hyperventilated over a melon keeper that I bought at a Tupperware party. I now worshipped at the shrine of convenience and Sara Lee. Bill no longer rushed home to make bird houses in the basement. He wanted to sleep in his BarcaLounger so he wouldn't be so tired when he went to bed.
It was as if we were closing the door on the years of struggle. It wasn't fun anymore.
Erma Bombeck Outgrown Sayings By Erma Bombeck: After twenty-two years of marriage, we had outgrown the challenge of making something out of
We frolic in our emancipation from theology, but have we developed a natural ethic - a moral code independent of religion - strong enough to keep our instincts of acquisition, pugnacity, and sex from debasing our civilization into a mire of greed, crime, and promiscuity? Have we really outgrown intolerance, or merely transferred it from religious to national, ideological, or racial hostilities?Will Durant Outgrown Sayings By Will Durant: We frolic in our emancipation from theology, but have we developed a natural ethic -
Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts forever.Aristophanes Outgrown Sayings By Aristophanes: Youth ages, immaturity is outgrown, ignorance can be educated, and drunkenness sobered, but stupid lasts
I've outgrown my childhood name, and I haven't found a new one yet."
"Ah," she cried. "Then it will be my pleasure to name you for myself. I can tell you are a colleen after my own heart, more like to me than my own daughter Findbhair. So I bestow on you the brave name of Maeve until such a time as another name shall claim you.
Elizabeth Cunningham Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Cunningham: I've outgrown my childhood name, and I haven't found a new one yet.""Ah," she cried.
The wise man leaves the past behind like a pair of boots he has outgrown.Adriana Trigiani Outgrown Sayings By Adriana Trigiani: The wise man leaves the past behind like a pair of boots he has outgrown.
In the sublimest flights of the soul, rectitude is never surmounted, love is never outgrown.Ralph Waldo Emerson Outgrown Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: In the sublimest flights of the soul, rectitude is never surmounted, love is never outgrown.
If we really believed that those who are gone from us were as truly alive as ourselves, we could not invest the subject with such awful depth of gloom as we do. If we could imbue our children with distinct faith in immortality, we should never speak of people as dead, but passed into another world. We should speak of the body as a cast-off garment, which the wearer had outgrown; consecrated indeed by the beloved being that used it for a season, but of no value within itself.Lydia M. Child Outgrown Sayings By Lydia M. Child: If we really believed that those who are gone from us were as truly alive
But then I wondered if sometimes our friendships are a bit like clothes and when they start feeling uncomfortable it's not because we've done anything wrong. It just means that we've outgrown them.Zoe Sugg Outgrown Sayings By Zoe Sugg: But then I wondered if sometimes our friendships are a bit like clothes and when
The English masses are lovable: they are kind, decent, tolerant, practical and not stupid. The tragedy is that they are too many of them, and that they are aimless, having outgrown the servile functions for which they were encouraged to multiply. One day these huge crowds will have to seize power because there will be nothing else for them to do, and yet they neither demand power nor are ready to make use of it; they will learn only to be bored in a new way.Cyril Connolly Outgrown Sayings By Cyril Connolly: The English masses are lovable: they are kind, decent, tolerant, practical and not stupid. The
Abandon everything you have outgrown.Wallace D. Wattles Outgrown Sayings By Wallace D. Wattles: Abandon everything you have outgrown.
I'd never been anything but 'in transit' through my life. In a sudden, complete, instantaneous vision, I saw it as a train and myself as a passenger always changing compartments, moving on to another before getting to know the self left behind in the last carriage. I'd always presumed these old outgrown personalities has ceased to exist when I discarded them, possibly lingering on for a while as remembered ghosts of what they had been, till they finally sank into oblivion, dead and forgotten. Now, for the first time, I understood that it wasn't possible to discard any part of myself.Anna Kavan Outgrown Sayings By Anna Kavan: I'd never been anything but 'in transit' through my life. In a sudden, complete, instantaneous
I saw my earlier selves as different people, acquaintances I had outgrown. I wondered how I could ever have been some of them.Roger Zelazny Outgrown Sayings By Roger Zelazny: I saw my earlier selves as different people, acquaintances I had outgrown. I wondered how
And suddenly it seemed to Olive that every house she had ever gone into depressed her, except for her own, and the one they had built for Christopher. It was as though she had never outgrown that feeling she must have had as a child - that hypersensitivity to the foreign smell of someone else's home, the fear that coated the unfamiliar way a bathroom door closed, the creak in a staircase worn by footsteps not one's own.Elizabeth Strout Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Strout: And suddenly it seemed to Olive that every house she had ever gone into depressed
When he spoke, his words came with a confusion which was delightful to hear because one felt that it indicated not so much a defect in his speech as a quality of his soul, as it were a survival from the age of innocence which he had never wholly outgrown.Marcel Proust Outgrown Sayings By Marcel Proust: When he spoke, his words came with a confusion which was delightful to hear because
None of us older writers had gone through such a school. We are all self-taught. And, of course, there is always, in such a school, the danger of goose-stepping, uniformed ranks. But the Serapion Brethren have already, it seems to me, outgrown this danger. Each of them has his own individuality and his own handwriting. The common thing they have derived from the studio is the art of writing with ninety-proof ink, the art of eliminating everything that is superfluous, which is, perhaps, more difficult than writing.Yevgeny Zamyatin Outgrown Sayings By Yevgeny Zamyatin: None of us older writers had gone through such a school. We are all self-taught.
In seventh grade I gradually became aware that that quickness of feeling was something I was supposed to have outgrown. I was rather guileless, I think, or at least I was when it came to the people I cared about.Kevin Brockmeier Outgrown Sayings By Kevin Brockmeier: In seventh grade I gradually became aware that that quickness of feeling was something I
It is a mistake for anyone who is just in this stage to appear before a church as a teacher. He has outgrown the naivete with which in young people's work he might by all means have taken this part. He has not yet come to that maturity which would permit him to absorb into his own life and reproduce out of the freshness of his own personal faith the things which he imagines intellectually and which are accessible to him through reflection. We must have patience here and be able to wait. For the reasons I have mentioned I do not tolerate sermons by first-semester young theological students swaddled in their gowns. One ought to be able to keep still. During the period when the voice is changing we do not sing, and during this formative period in the life of the theological student he does not preach.Helmut Thielicke Outgrown Sayings By Helmut Thielicke: It is a mistake for anyone who is just in this stage to appear before
Religion is an illusion of childhood, outgrown under proper education.Auguste Comte Outgrown Sayings By Auguste Comte: Religion is an illusion of childhood, outgrown under proper education.
God: But it is my creation...!

The Saint of Killers: It's outgrown you.
Garth Ennis Outgrown Sayings By Garth Ennis: God: But it is my creation...!The Saint of Killers: It's outgrown you.
I am not so foolish as to declaim against forms. Forms are as essential as bodies; but to exalt particular forms, to adhere to oneform a moment after it is outgrown, is unreasonable, and it is alien to the spirit of Christ.Ralph Waldo Emerson Outgrown Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I am not so foolish as to declaim against forms. Forms are as essential as
Aren't we constantly discovering how mistaken some of our cherished beliefs were? That is what progress is. We learn continually to cast aside outgrown notions and adopt wiser and better ones.Sara Ware Bassett Outgrown Sayings By Sara Ware Bassett: Aren't we constantly discovering how mistaken some of our cherished beliefs were? That is what
Don't get me wrong, I'm very good, I'm a loyal person and I would never treat anyone badly - what goes around comes around. But I do go for the bad boy. I haven't outgrown that.Kierston Wareing Outgrown Sayings By Kierston Wareing: Don't get me wrong, I'm very good, I'm a loyal person and I would never
Like the Dove, the Lamb, and the Cock adorning our church towers. Yet all this does not alter the fact that in childhood we go through a phase when archaic thinking and feeling once more rise up in us, and that all through our lives we possess, side by side with our newly acquired directed and adapted thinking, a fantasy-thinking which corresponds to the antique state of mind. Just as our bodies still retain vestiges of obsolete functions and conditions in many of their organs, so our minds, which have apparently outgrown those archaic impulses, still bear the marks of the evolutionary stages we have traversed, and re-echo the dim bygone in dreams and fantasies.C. G. Jung Outgrown Sayings By C. G. Jung: Like the Dove, the Lamb, and the Cock adorning our church towers. Yet all this
On the new Earth, as the awakened consciousness comes in, I would say the ego would develop in children and quickly become outgrown when they reach adulthood.Eckhart Tolle Outgrown Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: On the new Earth, as the awakened consciousness comes in, I would say the ego
Perhaps not passionate but comfortable. We could have gone on like that forever and then you came, the rambling man, with all these expatriate philosophies that we've outgrown ourselves over the past 20 years. This is really not our problem, Dick. You're leading a ghost town life, infecting everyone who comes near you with a ghost disease. Take it back, Dick. We don't need it.Chris Kraus Outgrown Sayings By Chris Kraus: Perhaps not passionate but comfortable. We could have gone on like that forever and then
The outline of the city became frantic in its effort to explain something that defied meaning. Power seemed to have outgrown its servitude and to have asserted its freedom. The cylinder had exploded, and thrown great masses of stone and steam against the sky.Henry Adams Outgrown Sayings By Henry Adams: The outline of the city became frantic in its effort to explain something that defied
Theories have been outgrown. The means is disappearing, the reality of the sensation alone remains. It is that in its essence which I wish to put down. It should be a delightful adventure.Arthur Dove Outgrown Sayings By Arthur Dove: Theories have been outgrown. The means is disappearing, the reality of the sensation alone remains.
What lived on-in me- was the discomfort of how completely I'd outgrown the novel I'd once been so happy to live inJonathan Franzen Outgrown Sayings By Jonathan Franzen: What lived on-in me- was the discomfort of how completely I'd outgrown the novel I'd
I eventually made the reunion with my father that I'd used as a default daydream throughout my childhood, but by then, we'd both outgrown the only relationship we could have had to each other. I was over 30 by the time I met him again and no longer needed a father.Mona Simpson Outgrown Sayings By Mona Simpson: I eventually made the reunion with my father that I'd used as a default daydream
There's not a stone or leaf or life that men won't put a name to. It gives them a nice safe box to collect things in. They get in the habit of collecting things and end up surprised at the weight they're carrying. A dream they thought might fit someday, something bright and sweet like a woman, picked up for her shine and somehow never left or at least never forgotten. Or an ambition! There's a fine item in any man's bag. A great, glowing ambition. They never fade, never wear even when you've outgrown them. Always there to look at and remember and play might-have-been.Parke Godwin Outgrown Sayings By Parke Godwin: There's not a stone or leaf or life that men won't put a name to.
As soon as that majestic force,
which had already pierced me once
before I had outgrown my childhood, struck my eyes,
I turned to my left with the confidence
a child has running to his mamma
when he is afraid or in distress
to say to Virgil: 'Not a single drop of blood
remains in me that does not tremble
I know the signs of the ancient flame.'
But Virgil had departed, leaving us bereft:
Virgil, sweetest of fathers,
Virgil, to whom I gave myself for my salvation.
And not all our ancient mother lost
could save my cheeks, washed in the dew,
from being stained again with tears.
Dante Alighieri Outgrown Sayings By Dante Alighieri: As soon as that majestic force,which had already pierced me oncebefore I had outgrown my
Well, I've said it often enough to others: there are times when you have to hurt badly in order to move. Otherwise, you'll stay in a place you've outgrown.Elizabeth Berg Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Berg: Well, I've said it often enough to others: there are times when you have to
you have outgrown this skin.
stop trying to hold it in.
stop trying to hold it together.

let yourself break.
AVA. Outgrown Sayings By AVA.: you have outgrown this skin.stop trying to hold it in.stop trying to hold it together.let
Isn't it nice," he says, "once you've outgrown the ideas of what life should be and you just enjoy what it is?" OfTaylor Jenkins Reid Outgrown Sayings By Taylor Jenkins Reid: Isn't it nice," he says, "once you've outgrown the ideas of what life should be
Don't be offended because I think you're young. Youth is a failing only too easily outgrown.Agatha Christie Outgrown Sayings By Agatha Christie: Don't be offended because I think you're young. Youth is a failing only too easily
Like so many ancient cities, Perugia has long outgrown her early walls, and much of the new town is remorselessly ugly.Francis Russell Outgrown Sayings By Francis Russell: Like so many ancient cities, Perugia has long outgrown her early walls, and much of
The behavioral programme of the post-social society during the post-capitalism interregnum is governed by a neoliberal ethos of competetive self-improvement, of untiring cultivation of one's marketable human capital, enthusiastic dedication to work, and cheerfully optimistic, playful acceptance of the risks inherent in a world that has outgrown government. That this programme is dutifully implemented is essential, as the reproduction of the post-capitalist society lite hangs on the thin thread of an accommodating systematic architecture. Structuralist critique of false institutions may therefore have to be complemented by a renewed culturalist critique of false consciousness.Wolfgang Streeck Outgrown Sayings By Wolfgang Streeck: The behavioral programme of the post-social society during the post-capitalism interregnum is governed by a
That feeling about trains, for instance. Of course he had long outgrown the boyish glamour of the steam-engine. Yet there was something that had an appeal for him in trains, especially in night-trains, which always put queer, vaguely improper notions in his head - though he would have been hard put to it to define them. Also he had an impression that those who leave by night-trains leave forever - an impression heightened the previous night by his glimpse of those Italians piled into their carriage like emigrantsGeorges Simenon Outgrown Sayings By Georges Simenon: That feeling about trains, for instance. Of course he had long outgrown the boyish glamour
The man who was talking had ceased to be of human size or proportions but had become a Colossus whose silhouette swooned backwards and forwards with the deep droning rhythm of his drug-laden phrases. He went on and on and on, unhurried, unruffled, inexhaustible, inextinguishable, a voice that had taken form and shape and substance, a figure that had
outgrown its human frame, a silhouette whose reverberations rumbled in the depths of the distant mountain sides.
Henry Miller Outgrown Sayings By Henry Miller: The man who was talking had ceased to be of human size or proportions but
Our most important problems cannot be solved; they must be outgrown.Wayne Dyer Outgrown Sayings By Wayne Dyer: Our most important problems cannot be solved; they must be outgrown.
But even friendship like our heroes'
Exist no more; for we've outgrown
All sentiments and deem men zeroes
Except of course ourselves alone.
We all take on Napoleon's features,
And millions of our fellow creatures
Are nothing more to us than tools ...
Since feelings are for freaks and fools.
Eugene, of course, had keen perceptions
And on the whole despised mankind,
Yet wasn't, like so many, blind;
And since each rule permits exceptions,
He did respect a noble few,
And, cold himself, gave warmth its due.
Alexander Pushkin Outgrown Sayings By Alexander Pushkin: But even friendship like our heroes'Exist no more; for we've outgrownAll sentiments and deem men
Poppy used to share the room with her older sister, and piles of he sister's outgrown clothes still remained spread out in drifts, along with a collection of used makeup and notebooks covered in stickers and scrawled with lyrics. A jumbled of her sister's old Barbies were on top of a bookshelf, waiting for Poppy to try and fix their melted arms and chopped hair. The bookshelves were overflowing with fantasy paperbacks and overdue library books, some of them on Greek myths, some on mermaids, and a few on local hauntings. The walls were covered in posters-Doctor Who, a cat in a bowler hat, and a giant map of Narnia.Holly Black Outgrown Sayings By Holly Black: Poppy used to share the room with her older sister, and piles of he sister's
The dreams of childhood - it's airy fables, its graceful, beautiful, humane, impossible adornments of the world beyond; so good to be believed in once, so good to be remembered when outgrown ...Charles Dickens Outgrown Sayings By Charles Dickens: The dreams of childhood - it's airy fables, its graceful, beautiful, humane, impossible adornments of
I once thought that grief was chronic, that all you could do was appreciate the good days and take them along with the bad. And then I started to think that maybe the good days aren't just days; maybe the good days can be good weeks, good months, good years. Now I wonder if grief isn't something like a shell. You wear it for a long time and then one day you realize you've outgrown it. So you put it down.Taylor Jenkins Reid Outgrown Sayings By Taylor Jenkins Reid: I once thought that grief was chronic, that all you could do was appreciate the
Not wooing, no longer shall wooing, voice that has outgrown
it
be the nature of your cry; but instead, you would cry out as
purely as a bird
when the quickly ascending season lifts him up, nearly
forgetting
that he is a suffering creature and not just a single heart
being flung into brightness, into the intimate skies.
Rainer Maria Rilke Outgrown Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: Not wooing, no longer shall wooing, voice that has outgrownit be the nature of your
Once he has outgrown his youth, a man will rarely remain a prisoner to his insolence. He had thought it was the only way to behave; then he suddenly discovers that, even for a prince, there are such things as music, literature, not to speak of standing for the post of deputy.Marcel Proust Outgrown Sayings By Marcel Proust: Once he has outgrown his youth, a man will rarely remain a prisoner to his
I've never outgrown that feeling of mild pride, of acceptance, when children take your hand.Ian McEwan Outgrown Sayings By Ian McEwan: I've never outgrown that feeling of mild pride, of acceptance, when children take your hand.
If you're unwilling to leave someplace you've outgrown, you will never reach your full potential. To be the best, you have to constantly be challenging yourself, raising the bar, pushing the limits of what you can do. Don't stand still, leap forward.Ronda Rousey Outgrown Sayings By Ronda Rousey: If you're unwilling to leave someplace you've outgrown, you will never reach your full potential.
I thought you had outgrown such pranks.Jessica Dotta Outgrown Sayings By Jessica Dotta: I thought you had outgrown such pranks.
Cripple God, who always desires more than he's able to have, and doesn't always realize this to begin with. Who has built clocks, but not the time that they measure. Has built systems or mechanisms that serve particular purposes, but they too have outgrown these purposes and betrayed them. And has created an infinity that, from being the measure of the power he was supposed to have, turned into the measure of his boundless failure.Stanislaw Lem Outgrown Sayings By Stanislaw Lem: Cripple God, who always desires more than he's able to have, and doesn't always realize
Redd shed caution like an outgrown skin.Frank Beddor Outgrown Sayings By Frank Beddor: Redd shed caution like an outgrown skin.
Here and there it happened in my practice that a patient grew beyond himself because of unknown potentialities, and this became an experience of prime importance to me. I had learned in the meanwhile that the greatest and most important problems of life are all in a certain sense insoluble. They must be so because they express the necessary polarity inherent in every self-regulating system. They can never be solved, but only outgrown.Carl Jung Outgrown Sayings By Carl Jung: Here and there it happened in my practice that a patient grew beyond himself because
I'm an idealist
who has outgrown
my idealism
I have nothing to do
the rest of my life
but do it
and the rest of my life
to do it
Jack Kerouac Outgrown Sayings By Jack Kerouac: I'm an idealistwho has outgrownmy idealismI have nothing to dothe rest of my lifebut do
I just don't accept that there is a trade off between trade and democracy ... what we've got now is an institution that has utterly outgrown its roots which were noble ... the real difference was the introduction of the euro.Ruth Davidson Outgrown Sayings By Ruth Davidson: I just don't accept that there is a trade off between trade and democracy ...
When people think of me initially, they remember me as 'Akeelah.' Sometimes it can be frustrating to be remembered at an age that you've outgrown.Keke Palmer Outgrown Sayings By Keke Palmer: When people think of me initially, they remember me as 'Akeelah.' Sometimes it can be
There are almost no beautiful cities in America, though there are many beautiful parts of cities, and some sections that are glorious without being beautiful, like downtown Chicago. Cities are too big and too rich for beauty; they have outgrown themselves too many times.Noel Perrin Outgrown Sayings By Noel Perrin: There are almost no beautiful cities in America, though there are many beautiful parts of
Imagine a school-boy who has outgrown his clothes. Imagine the repairs made on the vestments where the enlarged frame had burst the narrow limits of the enclosure. Imagine the additions made where the projecting limbs had fairly and far emerged beyond the confines of the garment. Imagine the boy still growing, and the clothes, mended allover, now more than ever in want of mending-such is chemistry, and such is nomenclature.John Joseph Griffin Outgrown Sayings By John Joseph Griffin: Imagine a school-boy who has outgrown his clothes. Imagine the repairs made on the vestments
We'd all agreed that we'd outgrown jumping rope, but Shady had given me such a nice gift of a skipping rope, and when there's nothing better to do, I guess you go back to what once felt good.Clare Vanderpool Outgrown Sayings By Clare Vanderpool: We'd all agreed that we'd outgrown jumping rope, but Shady had given me such a
I go through memory after memory, looking for reassurance that nothing has changed, but it's like flipping through a book of stories I've outgrown. Everything has changed.Paula Stokes Outgrown Sayings By Paula Stokes: I go through memory after memory, looking for reassurance that nothing has changed, but it's
I am confident that those who believe in belief are wrong. That is, we no more need to preserve the myth of God in order to preserve a just and stable society than we needed to cling to the Gold Standard to keep our currency sound. It was a useful crutch, but we've outgrown it. Denmark, according to a recent study, is the sanest, healthiest, happiest, most crime-free nation in the world, and by and large the Danes simply ignore the God issue. We should certainly hope that those who believe in belief are wrong, because belief is waning fast, and the props are beginning to buckle.Daniel Dennett Outgrown Sayings By Daniel Dennett: I am confident that those who believe in belief are wrong. That is, we no
Every night, the dreams pour down and engulf me. An hour, or a day, or even a whole week from my past spills out from the dark, wrapping up my mind in a cocoon of old sensations I thought I'd left behind. Like there's a time machine in my head, I'll be catapulted backward, uncomfortably squeezed into my younger skins like shoes that I've outgrown.S. Harrison Outgrown Sayings By S. Harrison: Every night, the dreams pour down and engulf me. An hour, or a day, or
Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact that our educational and economic system is headed away from, rather than toward, an intense consciousness of land. Your true modern is separated from the land by many middlemen, and by innumerable physical gadgets. He has no vital relation to it; to him it is the space between cities on which crops grow. Turn him loose for a day on the land, and if the spot does not happen to be a golf links or a "scenic" area, he is bored stiff. If crops could be raised by hydroponics instead of farming, it would suit him very well. Synthetic substitutes for wood, leather, wool, and other natural land products suit him better than the originals. In short, land is something he has "outgrownAldo Leopold Outgrown Sayings By Aldo Leopold: Perhaps the most serious obstacle impeding the evolution of a land ethic is the fact
It is good to realize that falling apart is not such a bad thing. Indeed, it is as essential to evolutionary and psychological transformation as the cracking of outgrown shells.Joanna Macy Outgrown Sayings By Joanna Macy: It is good to realize that falling apart is not such a bad thing. Indeed,
But very early they understood that playing was somewhat suspect, allowed through indulgence, a trivial pastime soon outgrown, and only about twice removed from sin. Pleasure was only once-removed.Jetta Carleton Outgrown Sayings By Jetta Carleton: But very early they understood that playing was somewhat suspect, allowed through indulgence, a trivial
Children are the greatest sufferers from outgrown theologies.Luther Burbank Outgrown Sayings By Luther Burbank: Children are the greatest sufferers from outgrown theologies.
Cats aren't shirts that you buy at the store and then return if they don't fit. Nor are they a pair of shoes you can give away or toss out when you've outgrown them. While these comparisons may seem ridiculously obvious to you, the sad fact is that too many cat owners actually do view their cats that way. As a result, countless cats end up relinquished to shelters or just abandoned because they didn't meet their owners' expectations of the perfect cat.Pam Johnson-Bennett Outgrown Sayings By Pam Johnson-Bennett: Cats aren't shirts that you buy at the store and then return if they don't
The greatest and most important problems of life cannot be solved. They can
only be outgrown.
Brian Herbert Outgrown Sayings By Brian Herbert: The greatest and most important problems of life cannot be solved. They can only be
I'm offended by the kind of smarmy religiosity that's all around us, perhaps more in America than in Europe, and not really that harmful because it's not really that intense or even that serious, but just ... you know after a while you get tired of hearing clergymen giving the invocation at various public celebrations and you feel, haven't we outgrown all this? Do we have to listen to this?Steven Weinberg Outgrown Sayings By Steven Weinberg: I'm offended by the kind of smarmy religiosity that's all around us, perhaps more in
What is a novel? I say: an invented story. At the same time a story which, though invented has the power to ring true. True to what? True to life as the reader knows life to be or, it may be, feels life to be. And I mean the adult, the grown-up reader. Such a reader has outgrown fairy tales, and we do not want the fantastic and the impossible. So I say to you that a novel must stand up to the adult tests of reality.Elizabeth Bowen Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Bowen: What is a novel? I say: an invented story. At the same time a story
George," said Fred, "I think we've outgrown full-time education."
"Yeah, I've been feeling that way myself," said George lightly.
J.K. Rowling Outgrown Sayings By J.K. Rowling: George," said Fred, "I think we've outgrown full-time education.""Yeah, I've been feeling that way myself,"
The growing drama has outgrown such toys Of simulated stature, face, and speech: It also peradventure may outgrow The simulation of the painted scene, Boards, actors, prompters, gaslight, and costume, And take for a worthier stage the soul itself, Its shifting fancies and celestial lights, With all its grand orchestral silences To keep the pauses of its rhythmic sounds.Elizabeth Barrett Browning Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Barrett Browning: The growing drama has outgrown such toys Of simulated stature, face, and speech: It also
For when an old man relives his life, he lives it only by dwelling upon his memories; and when wisdom in an old man has outgrown the immediate impressions of life, the past viewed from the quiet of memory is something different from the present in all its bustle. TheSoren Kierkegaard Outgrown Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: For when an old man relives his life, he lives it only by dwelling upon
The Friend That You've Outgrown Here's to the friend that you've outgrown, The one whose name is left unknown. The one who wiped away your tears, And sought to hold your hand, When others turned the other way, No beginning, just an end. She's the one you turned to, The one that you called friend. She laughed with you, she cried with you, And felt it was her duty, To remind you of your worth, And all your inner beauty. When others' eyes could only dwell, Upon your exposed outer shell. They saw a fat girl steeped in braces, Not seeing you they turned their faces. But she was there to whisper, When others didn't care. She held your secrets in her heart, That friends like you could share. You never had to be alone, But now she is, 'cause you've outgrown Her for those others whose laughs you share, As you run carefree through the air. Time has eased your form and face, But she's the one who knew your grace When those who you now call your friend Saw no beginning . . . only end. C. S. DweckJack Canfield Outgrown Sayings By Jack Canfield: The Friend That You've Outgrown Here's to the friend that you've outgrown, The one whose
O, my lord, You said that idle weeds are fast in growth: The prince my brother hath outgrown me far.William Shakespeare Outgrown Sayings By William Shakespeare: O, my lord, You said that idle weeds are fast in growth: The prince my
I told some imprecisely imagined interlocutor that each year I hoped to have outgrown being moved by the autumn and each year I hadn'tBrigid Brophy Outgrown Sayings By Brigid Brophy: I told some imprecisely imagined interlocutor that each year I hoped to have outgrown being
Looking back, I realize that this period of my life has irrevocably come to a close; my happy-go-lucky, carefree schooldays are gone forever. I don't even miss them. I've outgrown them. I can no longer just kid around, since my serious side is always there.Anne Frank Outgrown Sayings By Anne Frank: Looking back, I realize that this period of my life has irrevocably come to a
My name is Nathan, just twenty-three and given to the curation of stories. I listen, retain, then polish and release them over the fire at night, when the others hush and lean forward in their desire to hear of the past. They crave romance, particularly when autumn sets in and cold nights await them, and so I speak of Alice, and Bethany, and Sarah, and Val, and other dead women who all once had lustrous hair and never a bad word on their plump lips. I can remember this is not how they were; I knew them, I knew them! Only six years have passed and yet I mythologize them as if it is six thousand. I am not culpable. Language is changing, like the earth, like the sea. We live in lonely, fateful flux, outnumbered and outgrown.Aliya Whiteley Outgrown Sayings By Aliya Whiteley: My name is Nathan, just twenty-three and given to the curation of stories. I listen,
The familiar life horizon has been outgrown: the old concepts, ideals, and emotional patterns no longer fit; the time for the passing of a threshold is at hand.Joseph Campbell Outgrown Sayings By Joseph Campbell: The familiar life horizon has been outgrown: the old concepts, ideals, and emotional patterns no
I never lost my faith ... But like all modern Catholics, I felt for a time that I had outgrown the church. Now it is a bone of contention in my soul that I did not share my faith with my kids, as my parents did with me. It was a source of grace when I needed it. I have been greatly nurtured and inspired by my faith.Martin Sheen Outgrown Sayings By Martin Sheen: I never lost my faith ... But like all modern Catholics, I felt for a
I'm determined that I won't give up on my dreams for anything. I have evolved in these years. Learned and outgrown a lot many things including the unrealistic expectations of my family,fake relationships,society's criticism,surpassed people who are intimidated by my outspoken nature, Faux friends and especially the people who disappear in dark whenever they think its easier for them to do so. I have grown over stupid and useless conversations. The insecurity and the feeling of self doubt. I have never been less burdened.Parul Wadhwa Outgrown Sayings By Parul Wadhwa: I'm determined that I won't give up on my dreams for anything. I have evolved
Like true philosophers I've come to believe that religion is an illusion of childhood, outgrown after proper education.Josh Lanyon Outgrown Sayings By Josh Lanyon: Like true philosophers I've come to believe that religion is an illusion of childhood, outgrown
This was when I learned that you have to give up your life as you know it to get a new one: that sometimes you need to let go of everything you're clinging to and start over, whether because you've outgrown it or because it's not working anymore, or because it was wrong for you in the first place.Kelly Cutrone Outgrown Sayings By Kelly Cutrone: This was when I learned that you have to give up your life as you
No religion is suddenly rejected by any people; it is rather gradually outgrown. None sees a religion die; dead religions are like dead languages and obsolete customs: the decay is long and - like the glacier march - is perceptible only to the careful watcher by comparisons extending over long periods.Charles Bradlaugh Outgrown Sayings By Charles Bradlaugh: No religion is suddenly rejected by any people; it is rather gradually outgrown. None sees
The world looks very different to me now at twenty. I have outgrown my early opinions and ideals with my short dresses, just as Mrs. Walton said we would. Now the critics can say 'Thou waitest till thy woman's fingers wrought the best that lay within thy woman's heart.Annie Fellows Johnston Outgrown Sayings By Annie Fellows Johnston: The world looks very different to me now at twenty. I have outgrown my early
The pleasurable qualities associated with the previous ego phase, once that system is outgrown, become painful for the ego of the next phase.Erich Neumann Outgrown Sayings By Erich Neumann: The pleasurable qualities associated with the previous ego phase, once that system is outgrown, become
The greatest poem ever known Is one all poets have outgrown: The poetry, innate, untold, Of being only four years old.Christopher Morley Outgrown Sayings By Christopher Morley: The greatest poem ever known Is one all poets have outgrown: The poetry, innate, untold,
A civilization built on dualism and war within and between persons, one that puts its most creative minds and its best engineers to sadistic work building more and more destructive weapons, is no civilization at all. It needs a radical transformation from the heart outwards. It needs to outgrow and outlaw war just as in the last century it outlawed slavery. The human race has outgrown war, but it hardly knows it yet.Matthew Fox Outgrown Sayings By Matthew Fox: A civilization built on dualism and war within and between persons, one that puts its
We want to change our surroundings, but we don't want to change ourselves. We are so quick to point out others' flaws, but can't admit our own. We complain about the problems with society, but don't offer a solution or acknowledge that we could be a part of the problem. And once we feel like we've outgrown a problem, instead of sharing what we've learned from our experience, we act so enlightened and better than the next man.Kaiylah Muhammad Outgrown Sayings By Kaiylah Muhammad: We want to change our surroundings, but we don't want to change ourselves. We are
Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul,
As the swift seasons roll!
Leave thy low-vaulted past!
Let each new temple, nobler than the last,
Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast,
Till thou at length art free,
Leaving thine outgrown shell by life's unresting sea!
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Outgrown Sayings By Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.: Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul,As the swift seasons roll!Leave thy low-vaulted past!Let
The past is an educational toy for the present. It should be discarded the moment its usefulness is outgrown.Tom Morrison Outgrown Sayings By Tom Morrison: The past is an educational toy for the present. It should be discarded the moment
there are times when you have to hurt badly in order to move. Otherwise, you'll stay in a place you've outgrown. WhenElizabeth Berg Outgrown Sayings By Elizabeth Berg: there are times when you have to hurt badly in order to move. Otherwise, you'll
I shall not vote for Sen. Obama and it will not be because he - like me and like all of us - carries African genes. And I shall not be voting for Mrs. Clinton, who has the gall to inform me after a career of overweening entitlement that there is 'a double standard' at work for women in politics; and I assure you now that this decision of mine has only to do with the content of her character. We will know that we have put this behind us when [ ... ] we have outgrown and forgotten the original prejudice.Christopher Hitchens Outgrown Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: I shall not vote for Sen. Obama and it will not be because he -
We don't woo our wives with clubs. We don't leave old folks on ice floes. And maybe the time has come to quit diving into rip tides to save people we don't know. We've outgrown a lot of survival-of-the-fittest strategies, and risking our lives for strangers might be one of them.Christopher McDougall Outgrown Sayings By Christopher McDougall: We don't woo our wives with clubs. We don't leave old folks on ice floes.
Only the man who has outgrown the stages of consciousness belonging to the past, and has amply fulfilled the duties appointed for him by his world, can achieve full consciousness of the present. To do this he must be sound and proficient in the best sense
a man who as achieved as much as other people, and even a little more. It is these qualities which enable him to gain the next highest level of consciousness.
C. G. Jung Outgrown Sayings By C. G. Jung: Only the man who has outgrown the stages of consciousness belonging to the past, and