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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Unknown: Don't go for the ones that know your worth even when you don't.Even when you Don't go for the ones that know your worth even when you don't.
Even when you call them to pick you up because some fuck boy left you with only a few hickeys and no ride home.
Please don't pay attention to the boys who take your self hate and say 'you really don't see yourself the way others see you, do you?'
Oh god.
just don't fall in love with them.
Please, just don't.
Because it's the ones that kiss your eyelids and stretch marks that fuck you over.
It;s the ones that tell you the truth that bring you to your knees.
It's the good ones that leave you curled up in a ball for months begging for the bleeding in your gut to stop.
And it's all because they're the unforgettable ones.
The boys who leave so many marks of love on you that no one can compare.
God knows they're it.

Fuck.
You were it. — Unknown
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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Martha Beck: You get social pressure from your parents, who teach you to pay attention to certain You get social pressure from your parents, who teach you to pay attention to certain things and not to others. You get it in school. — Martha Beck
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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Suzette Boon: Changes in Relationship with others:It is especially hard to trust other people if you have Changes in Relationship with others:
It is especially hard to trust other people if you have been repeatedly abused, abandoned or betrayed as a child. Mistrust makes it very difficult to make friends, and to be able to distinguish between good and bad intentions in other people. Some parts do not seem to trust anyone, while other parts may be so vulnerable and needy that they do not pay attention to clues that perhaps a person is not trustworthy. Some parts like to be close to others or feel a desperate need to be close and taken care of, while other parts fear being close or actively dislike people. Some parts are afraid of being in relationships while others are afraid of being rejected or criticized. This naturally sets up major internal as well as relational conflicts. — Suzette Boon
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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Kristin Bauer Van Straten: If you wear clothing, and put out trash you are using up resources that others If you wear clothing, and put out trash you are using up resources that others also need BUT I can pay attention and I can do better. That I know for sure about me, my soul needs to try or I can't lay my head down on my pillow at night and even hope to sleep. — Kristin Bauer Van Straten
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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Sheldon B. Kopp: So it is that God tugs at a pilgrim's sleeve telling him to remember that So it is that God tugs at a pilgrim's sleeve telling him to remember that he is only human. He must be his own man, remain in exile, and belong to himself. He must pay attention to his own feelings and to the meaning of what he does, if he is to be for himself, and yet for others as well. — Sheldon B. Kopp
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Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Behdad Sami: They say a wise man learns from others mistakes, I learn from others success, why They say a wise man learns from others mistakes, I learn from others success, why pay attention to the mistakes? — Behdad Sami
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Sanaya Roman: The first skill to develop for sensing energy is the ability to pay attention. Learn The first skill to develop for sensing energy is the ability to pay attention. Learn how to observe others by being silent. You know what it is like to sit back and watch. Observe any area about which you want more information without judgment or having any opinions or preconceived ideas about it. As you think intently about something, you will begin to receive guidance, ideas, and new thoughts about the issue. — Sanaya Roman
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Carolyn Brown: The table was set for two, as usual, with one exception. Right smack in the The table was set for two, as usual, with one exception. Right smack in the middle was an old chipped crock cookie jar. Glazing cracks started at the bottom and wove their way in different directions, some on the sides, with others winding their way around in circles.
"Are we having cookies with our waffles?" Jill asked.
"Look at it closely," Sawyer grinned, "Pay especially close attention to the lid."
"Daisies," She smiled.
"I would have gone out into the pasture and picked some wild ones for you, but it's the wrong time of year. That's all I could find with a daisy on it," Sawyer said — Carolyn Brown
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Phyllis Chesler: For most women, being seen, having others pay attention to you, is imagined and experienced For most women, being seen, having others pay attention to you, is imagined and experienced as more desirable and more powerful than commanding an army or seizing control of the means of production and reproduction. — Phyllis Chesler
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By John Ruskin: Superstition, in all times and among all nations, is the fear of a spirit whose Superstition, in all times and among all nations, is the fear of a spirit whose passions are those of a man, whose acts are the acts of a man; who is present in some places, not in others; who makes no places holy and not others; who is kind to one person, unkind to another; who is pleased or angry according to the degree of attention you pay him, or praise you refuse to him; who is hostile generally to human pleasure, but may be bribed by sacrifice of a part of that pleasure into permitting the rest. This, whatever form of faith it colors, is the essence of superstition. — John Ruskin
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Marcel Proust: The sensitiveness claimed by neurotic is matched by their egotism: they cannot abide the flaunting The sensitiveness claimed by neurotic is matched by their egotism: they cannot abide the flaunting by others of the sufferings to which they pay an even increasing amount of attention in themselves. — Marcel Proust
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Susan Sontag: It is felt that there is something morally wrong with the abstract of reality offered It is felt that there is something morally wrong with the abstract of reality offered by photography; that one has no right to experience the suffering of others at a distance, denuded of its raw power; that we pay too high a human (or moral) price for those hitherto admired qualities of vision - the standing back from the aggressiveness of the world which frees us for observation and for elective attention. — Susan Sontag
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: The roots of interpersonal conflict are often an excessive concern for oneself, and an inability The roots of interpersonal conflict are often an excessive concern for oneself, and an inability to pay attention to the needs of others. It is sad to see how often people ruin a relationship because they refuse to recognize that they could serve their own interests best by helping others achieve theirs. — Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Esther Hicks: It is not your role to make others happy, it is your role to keep It is not your role to make others happy, it is your role to keep yourself in balance. When you pay attention to how you feel and practice self-empowering thoughts that align with who you really are, you will offer an example of thriving that will be of tremendous value to those who have the benefit of observing you. — Esther Hicks
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Frantz Fanon: As I begin to recognise that the Negro is the symbol of sin, I catch As I begin to recognise that the Negro is the symbol of sin, I catch myself hating the Negro. But then I recognise that I am a Negro. There are two ways out of this conflict. Either I ask others to pay no attention to my skin, or else I want them to be aware of it. I try then to find value for what is bad
since I have unthinkingly conceded that the black man is the colour of evil. In order to terminate this neurotic situation, in which I am compelled to choose an unhealthy, conflictual solution, fed on fantasies, hostile, inhuman in short, I have only one solution: to rise above this absurd drama that others have staged around me, to reject the two terms that are equally unacceptable, and through one human being, to reach out for the universal.
When the Negro dives
in other words, goes under
something remarkable occurs. — Frantz Fanon
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Larry Winget: Clean up your own backyard. Change by example. Just be the way you want others Clean up your own backyard. Change by example. Just be
the way you want others to be and hope they pay attention. — Larry Winget
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Suze Orman: You must trust yourself more than you trust others. Pay attention to your inner voice You must trust yourself more than you trust others. Pay attention to your inner voice - it will tell you if how and in what you are investing is right for you. — Suze Orman
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Barbara Rose: Every reality before your eyes was once imagined in the mind of one person. No Every reality before your eyes was once imagined in the mind of one person. No matter who judges or knocks your dream, pay no attention to them. Instead, create what you imagine, and you will then be amazed at the Divine creative capacity you do have that will be well remembered for serving others. — Barbara Rose
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: In order to lead a meaningful life, you need to cherish others, pay attention to In order to lead a meaningful life, you need to cherish others, pay attention to human values and try to cultivate inner peace. — Dalai Lama XIV
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Carlos Wallace: I discipline my mind to see past distractions, to scrutinize deceptive tendencies and to pay I discipline my mind to see past distractions, to scrutinize deceptive tendencies and to pay careful attention to details whether I am conversing with others or I'm just a passive observer. — Carlos Wallace
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Noam Chomsky: The obvious one, in a market system, in a really functioning one, whoever's making the The obvious one, in a market system, in a really functioning one, whoever's making the decisions doesn't pay attention to what are called externalities, effects on others. I sell you a car, if our eyes are open we'll make a good deal for ourselves but we're not asking how it's going to affect her [over there.] It will, there'll be more congestion, gas prices will go up, there will be environmental effects and that multiplies over the whole population. Well, that's very serious. — Noam Chomsky
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Phyllis Chesler: Before I began research for this book I was not consciously aware that women were Before I began research for this book I was not consciously aware that women were aggressive in indirect ways, that they gossiped and ostracized each other incessantly, and did not acknowledge their own envious and competitive feelings. I now understand that, in order to survive as a woman, among women, one must speak carefully, cautiously, neutrally, indirectly; one must pay careful attention to what more socially powerful women have to say before one speaks; one must learn how to flatter, manipulate, aree with, and appease them. And, if one is hurt or offended by another woman, one does not say so outright; one expresses it indirectly, by turning others against her.
Of course, I refuse to learn these "girlish" lessons. — Phyllis Chesler
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Eliezer Yudkowsky: When there are lots of possibilities, most of the work goes into just locating the When there are lots of possibilities, most of the work goes into just locating the true answer - starting to pay attention to it. You don't need proof, or the sort of official evidence that scientists or courts demand, but you need some sort of hint, and that hint has to discriminate that particular possibility from the millions of others. Otherwise you can't just pluck the right answer out of thin air. You can't even pluck a possibility worth thinking about out of thin air. — Eliezer Yudkowsky
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Edward T. Hall: One of the most effective ways to learn about oneself is by taking seriously the One of the most effective ways to learn about oneself is by taking seriously the cultures of others. It forces you to pay attention to those details of life which differentiate them from you. — Edward T. Hall
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Marcus Thomas: Do not try to be what you are not, be what you are. The Universe Do not try to be what you are not, be what you are. The Universe has a built in truth recognizer, what ever is false about you, it will expose to light, either through you or others, pay attention. — Marcus Thomas
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Quentin Bryce: When a woman is fit and healthy, everything else falls into place. We are conditioned When a woman is fit and healthy, everything else falls into place. We are conditioned to put others first, that 'burnt chop syndrome' we observed in our mothers. It takes discipline to pay attention to our diets, to exercise, to leave time for refreshment of mind, body and spirit. — Quentin Bryce
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Yehuda Berg: You invite judgment into your life every time you judge others. To avoid this invitation You invite judgment into your life every time you judge others. To avoid this invitation to negativity, it's best to stop focusing on others' darkness. Instead, pay attention to their strengths. Today, be a horse with blinders. Look at only the good. As you develop this power, you will attract positive forces into your life. — Yehuda Berg
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Vincent Van Gogh: At present I absolutely want to paint a starry sky. It often seems to me At present I absolutely want to paint a starry sky. It often seems to me that night is still more richly coloured than the day; having hues of the most intense violets, blues and greens. If only you pay attention to it you will see that certain stars are lemon-yellow, others pink or a green, blue and forget-me-not brilliance. And without my expatiating on this theme it is obvious that putting little white dots on the blue-black is not enough to paint a starry sky. — Vincent Van Gogh
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Dalai Lama XIV: Something is lacking. As one of the seven billion human beings, I believe everyone has Something is lacking. As one of the seven billion human beings, I believe everyone has the responsibility to develop a happier world. We need, ultimately, to have a greater concern for others' well-being. In other words, kindness or compassion, which is lacking now. We must pay more attention to our inner values. We must look inside." He — Dalai Lama XIV
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: How much there is to suffer. When was time enoughto pay attention to our lighter How much there is to suffer. When was time enough
to pay attention to our lighter emotions?
And still I recognize, better than most others
who will be resurrected, what blessedness is. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By India De Beaufort: Awareness of others is a beautiful thing. Learning how to support and encourage, and stopping Awareness of others is a beautiful thing. Learning how to support and encourage, and stopping long enough to pay attention to someone other than yourself, is a truly beautiful quality. There are a thousand beautiful things we can find about ourselves. — India De Beaufort
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: Pay no attention to harsh words uttered by others. Pay no attention to harsh words uttered by others. — Thich Nhat Hanh
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Francis De Sales: Form often this good thought, that we are walking in this world between Paradise and Form often this good thought, that we are walking in this world between Paradise and Hell, and that our last step will place us in an eternal dwelling. We do not know which step will be our last, and so, in order to make our last step well, we must try to make all the others well.
O holy and unending eternity! Blessed is he who thinks of you. Yes, for what do we play here in this world but a children's game for who knows how many days? It would be nothing whatever, if it were not the passage to eternity.
On this account, therefore, we must pay attention to the time we have to dwell here below, and to all our occupations, so as to employ them in the conquest of the permanent good. — Francis De Sales
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Jill Fredston: We have had the opportunity to learn from the misjudgments of others, and we have We have had the opportunity to learn from the misjudgments of others, and we have been imbued with determination to use our time wisely, to cause as little pain as possible to others, to pay attention, to live and love with few regrets. — Jill Fredston
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Sharon Salzberg: Loving kindness is a form of love that truly is an ability, and, as research Loving kindness is a form of love that truly is an ability, and, as research scientists have show, it can be learned. It is the ability to take some risks with our awareness-to look at ourselves and others with kindness instead of reflexive criticism; to include in our concern those to whom we normally pay no attention; to care for ourselves unconditionally instead of thinking, "I will love myself as long as I never make a mistake." It is the ability to gather our attention and really listen to others, even those we've written off as not worth our time. It is the ability to see the humanity in people we don't know and the pain in people we find difficult. — Sharon Salzberg
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Frederick Barthelme: She said things and I nodded. I didn't pay attention. She didn't pay attention to She said things and I nodded. I didn't pay attention. She didn't pay attention to me. We floated through our days in that way. — Frederick Barthelme
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Austin Kleon: Find a scenius, pay attention to what others are sharing, and then start taking note Find a scenius, pay attention to what others are sharing, and then start taking note of what they're not sharing. — Austin Kleon
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Cynthia Sax: Serving others also requires a talent for observation," Hawke murmurs in my ear. "She'll approach Serving others also requires a talent for observation," Hawke murmurs in my ear. "She'll approach the table to her right next, ask the woman in the red shirt if she'd like her bill." My mom does exactly that, her lips moving as she gathers the dirty dishes. The customer nods and pulls her wallet out of her no-name vinyl purse. "How did you know she'd do that?" I ask. "I look for threats. You look for fashions." He splays his fingers over me, his grip thrillingly secure. "Your mom looks for needs her customers might have." "Everyone sees what they want to see," I conclude. "The average person sees very little." Hawke pushes me toward the counter. "Very few of us pay attention. — Cynthia Sax
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By James Cook: Do just once what others say you can't do, and you will never pay attention Do just once what others say you can't do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again. — James Cook
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Dalai Lama: It's in our interest to take care of others. Self-centrednes s is opposed to basic It's in our interest to take care of others. Self-centrednes s is opposed to basic human nature. In our own interest as human beings we need to pay attention to our inner values. Sometimes people think compassion is only of help to others, while we get no benefit. This is a mistake. When you concern yourself with others, you naturally develop a sense of self-confidence . To help others takes courage and inner strength. — Dalai Lama
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Jean De La Bruyere: We must strive to make ourselves really worthy of some employment. We need pay no We must strive to make ourselves really worthy of some employment. We need pay no attention to anything else; the rest is the business of others. — Jean De La Bruyere
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Sri Chinmoy: There are two ways to illumine anger. One way is to enlarge your heart. If There are two ways to illumine anger. One way is to enlarge your heart. If you have been wronged, use your power of identification. Feel that it is you yourself, or an extended part of your own consciousness, that has done the wrong thing. The sooner you can rid yourself of the idea that somebody else has done something to you, the better off you will be.
The second way is to think of perfecting yourself. When you stop thinking of perfecting others and only care for your own aspiration, you will be liberated from anger. Instead of looking around to see who is obstructing you or standing in your way, just pay all attention to your own self-discovery. When you have discovered your true self, you will see that there is nobody imperfect on earth. Everybody is perfect in you. — Sri Chinmoy
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Robert Greene: Those qualities that separate us are often ridiculed by others or criticized by teachers. Because Those qualities that separate us are often ridiculed by others or criticized by teachers.
Because of these judgments, we might see our strengths as disabilities and try to work around them in order to fit in. But anything that is peculiar to our makeup is precisely what we must pay the deepest attention to and lean on in our rise to mastery. — Robert Greene
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Adam Hamilton: God's most common way of answering prayers is through people. But for that to work, God's most common way of answering prayers is through people. But for that to work, Christians must pay attention and listen, we must put ourselves in a position to see others' needs, and we must respond when God calls. — Adam Hamilton
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By James Nachtwey: But everyone cannot be there, and that is why photographers go there - to show But everyone cannot be there, and that is why photographers go there - to show them, to reach out and grab them and make them stop what they are doing and pay attention to what is going on - to create pictures powerful enough to overcome the diluting effects of the mass media and shake people out of their indifference - to protest and by the strength of that protest to make others protest. — James Nachtwey
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Nevil Shute: It was incongruous at Coombargana. In a great city such things happen now and then, It was incongruous at Coombargana. In a great city such things happen now and then, where people are too strained and hurried to pay much attention to the griefs of others, but in a small rural community like ours, led by wise and tolerant people such as my father and mother, staffed by good types culled and weeded out over the years, such secret, catastrophic griefs do not occur. Troubles at Coombargana had always been small troubles in my lifetime. — Nevil Shute
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Amaka Imani Nkosazana: Uplift & Inspire, do not be envious of others success. You are given the same Uplift & Inspire, do not be envious of others success. You are given the same hours in a day. Make it worthwhile! Instead of focusing on what someone else is doing, pay attention to how you're living and make the best of life — Amaka Imani Nkosazana
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Dan Dierdorf: I don't pay attention to what others are doing. I feel strongly that if I I don't pay attention to what others are doing. I feel strongly that if I have correct goals and the determination to keep pursuing them the best way I know how, everything else falls into line. — Dan Dierdorf
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Noam Chomsky: As long as people are marginalized and distracted [they] have no way to organize or As long as people are marginalized and distracted [they] have no way to organize or articulate their sentiments, or even know that others have these sentiments. People assume that they are the only people with a crazy idea in their heads. They never hear it from anywhere else. Nobody's supposed to think that ... Since there's no way to get together with other people who share or reinforce that view and help you articulate it, you feel like an oddity, an oddball. So you just stay on the side and you don't pay any attention to what's going on. You look at something else, like the Superbowl. — Noam Chomsky
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Colin Powell: Strategy equals execution. All the great ideas and visions in the world are worthless if Strategy equals execution. All the great ideas and visions in the world are worthless if they can't be implemented rapidly and efficiently. Good leaders delegate and empower others liberally, but they pay attention to details, every day. — Colin Powell
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Kare Anderson: To boost bonding among others so they are more apt to work (or play) well To boost bonding among others so they are more apt to work (or play) well together, ask them, when together, to do two powerfully simple things that can be done rather quickly:
1. Write down the ways they are like each other. Hint: Create a level playing field. Writing rather than immediately sharing helps slow thinkers keep up with fast thinkers. Fast thinkers aren't smarter, just different in their thinking processes, and each kind has advantages and pitfalls, so they can accomplish more together than when a majority in a group think and speak at the same speed. Hint: Salespeople are often fast thinkers.
2. Share with each other what they wrote, going around the circle, one by one.
Bonus benefit: Other studies show that when you reflect on how you are similar to those with whom you are talking, you pay more attention to them. You care about them more. That spurs the other person to listen more closely to you. — Kare Anderson
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Alan Cohen: Successful people pay more attention to their visions and goals than to history and the Successful people pay more attention to their visions and goals than to history and the opinions of others. — Alan Cohen
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Dave Abrams: Seeing any war through the distortion of comedy is healthy. There is just too much Seeing any war through the distortion of comedy is healthy. There is just too much absurdity and irony at play in a combat zone not to pay attention to it. At least that's how it struck me; others may have had an entirely different war experience. — Dave Abrams
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Cat Winters: And do you know the oddest thing about murder and war and violence?''Oh, Mary Shelley, And do you know the oddest thing about murder and war and violence?'
'Oh, Mary Shelley, please stop talking about those types of things.'
'The oddest thing is that they all go against the lessons that grown-ups teach children. Don't hurt anyone. Solve your problems with language instead of fists. Share your things. Don't take something that belongs to someone else without asking. Use your manners. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Why do mothers and fathers bother spending so much time teaching children these lessons when grown-ups don't pay any attention to the words themselves? — Cat Winters
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness and the happiness of Pay attention to the things that are critical to your happiness and the happiness of others. — Israelmore Ayivor
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Chila Woychik: I don't need to write. Madness or suicide are other options, though not nearly as I don't need to write. Madness or suicide are other options, though not nearly as compelling. But I want to create; I hope to create worlds in my own image, admittedly a self-centered plan. I want others to understand me better, pay more attention to me, like or love me for who I am. Maybe that's it. Or maybe I should simply learn to say, Let's have lunch. — Chila Woychik
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Caleb Landry Jones: As an actor, you pay attention very closely to everything that happens to you, and As an actor, you pay attention very closely to everything that happens to you, and you're constantly watching others as well, trying to just find out where everything comes from. — Caleb Landry Jones
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Thomas Merton: Our Christian destiny is, in fact, a great one: but we cannot achieve greatness unless Our Christian destiny is, in fact, a great one: but we cannot achieve greatness unless we lose all interest in being great. For our own idea of greatness is illusory, and if we pay too much attention to it we will be lured out of the peace and stability of the being God gave us, and seek to live in a myth we have created for ourselves. And when we are truly ourselves we lose most of the futile self-consciousness that keeps us constantly comparing ourselves with others in order to see how big we are. — Thomas Merton
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Anne Truitt: I notice that I have to pay careful attention in order to listen to others I notice that I have to pay careful attention in order to listen to others with an openness that allows them to be as they are, or as they think themselves to be. The shutters of my mind habitually flip open and click shut, and these little snaps form into patterns I arrange for myself. The opposite of this inattention is love, is the honoring of others in a way that grants them the grace of their own autonomy and allows mutual discovery. — Anne Truitt
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Alexandra Bracken: Ir's just that nowadays people are so quick to boil you down to the bare Ir's just that nowadays people are so quick to boil you down to the bare bones of info and upload you into a system, you know? And I think no one can ever really know another person unless you really pay attention ... I don't want to just see someone's face; I want to know his shadow, too. — Alexandra Bracken
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Graham E. Fuller: International politics is not unlike the jungle: smaller and weaker animals require acute intelligence, sensitive International politics is not unlike the jungle: smaller and weaker animals require acute intelligence, sensitive antennae, and nimbleness of footing to assure their own self-preservation; the strong - such as elephants - need pay less attention to ambient conditions and can often do as they wish, and others will get out of the way. — Graham E. Fuller
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Samuel R. Delany: Lots of people do things lots better than lots of others; but, today, so many Lots of people do things lots better than lots of others; but, today, so many people do so many things very well, and so many people are seriously interested in so many different things people do for their own different reasons, you can't call any thing the best for every person, or even every serious person. So you just pay real attention to the real things that affect you; and don't waste your time knocking the rest. — Samuel R. Delany
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Kazumi Tabata: Nine Principles Never have a wicked heart. Train not by thought, but by practice. Learn Nine Principles Never have a wicked heart. Train not by thought, but by practice. Learn a wide variety of arts and skills, and do not fix on only one. Know not only your own techniques but also those of many others. Find out rationally what is an advantage and what is a disadvantage. Foster an intuitive ability to judge all things. Feel an essence that you cannot see on the surface. Pay attention to the very smallest of phenomena. (Everything takes its own course, and sometimes we get unexpected results.) Do nothing in vain, for the energy and time we have is limited. — Kazumi Tabata
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Marcel Proust: The alleged 'sensitivity' of neurotic people is matched by their egotism; they cannot abide the The alleged 'sensitivity' of neurotic people is matched by their egotism; they cannot abide the flaunting by others of the sufferings to which they pay an ever-increasing attention in themselves. — Marcel Proust
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Eugene H. Peterson: PAYING ATTENTION TO GOD We bless GOD, oh yes - we bless him now, we PAYING ATTENTION TO GOD We bless GOD, oh yes - we bless him now, we bless him always! PSALM 115:18, THE MESSAGE Prayer is the most thoroughly present act we have as humans, and the most energetic: it sockets the immediate past into the immediate future and makes a flexible, living joint of them. The Amen gathers what has just happened into the Maranatha of the about to happen and produces a Benediction. We pay attention to God and lead others to pay attention to God. It hardly matters that so many people would rather pay attention to their standards of living, or their self-image, or their zeal to make a mark in the world. The reality is God: worship or flee. THE CONTEMPLATIVE PASTOR — Eugene H. Peterson
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Michael Grant: I'm getting my stuff," he said, and bolted for the steps."You don't have to move I'm getting my stuff," he said, and bolted for the steps.
"You don't have to move out," Astrid called after him.
Sam stopped halfway up the steps. "Oh, I'm sorry. Is that the voice of the council telling me where I can go?"
"There's no point having a town council if you think you don't have to listen to it," Astrid said. She was using her patient voice, trying to calm the situation. "Sam, if you ignore us, no one will pay attention."
"Guess what, Astrid, they're already ignoring you. The only reason anyone pays any attention to you and the others is because they're scared of Edilio's soldiers." He thumped his chest. "And even more scared of me. — Michael Grant
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Ernest Holmes: When you want to do a big thing, get the mental pattern, make it perfect, When you want to do a big thing, get the mental pattern, make it perfect, know just what it means, enlarge your thought, keep it to yourself, pass it over to the creative power behind all things, wait and listen, and when the impression comes, follow it with assurance. Don't talk to anyone about it. Never listen to negative talk or pay attention to it and you will succeed where all others fail. — Ernest Holmes
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Sometimes the truth is so deep that it takes someone with the same depth to Sometimes the truth is so deep that it takes someone with the same depth to see it, while others can't see past the level they have never moved from. — Shannon L. Alder
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: Your life is define by you.Pay no attention to what others says.Pay attention to yourself. Your life is define by you.
Pay no attention to what others says.
Pay attention to yourself. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Chip Heath: It's clear that we imitate the behaviors of others, whether consciously or not. We are It's clear that we imitate the behaviors of others, whether consciously or not. We are especially keen to see what they're doing when the situation is unfamiliar or ambiguous. And change situations are, by definition, unfamiliar! So if you want to change things, you have to pay close attention to social signals, because they can either guarantee a change effort or doom it. — Chip Heath
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Emily P. Freeman: Grief does deep, important, sacred work. We have to pay attention to what makes us Grief does deep, important, sacred work. We have to pay attention to what makes us come alive and in what has the capacity to shut us down. What breaks our hearts reminds us what is deeply important to us. It is often from this place that our most beautiful, honest, generous art comes. As we move into the world as who we most deeply, fully are, our art has the capacity to be a gift for others, and in this we see hints of the resurrection life. — Emily P. Freeman
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Pay no attention to the faults of others, things done or left undone by others. Pay no attention to the faults of others, things done or left undone by others. Consider only what by oneself is done or left undone. — Gautama Buddha
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Richard Branson: When I was young, every time I criticized someone, my mother would stand me in When I was young, every time I criticized someone, my mother would stand me in front of the mirror and say: 'The flaws you see in others are actually a reflection of yourself.' That taught me to pay close attention when I looked at others. — Richard Branson
Pay Attention To Others Sayings By Nathaniel Branden: Most of us are taught from an early age to pay far more attention to Most of us are taught from an early age to pay far more attention to signals coming from other people than from within. We are encouraged to ignore our own needs and wants and to concentrate on living up to others expectations. — Nathaniel Branden