Pisaroni's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Pisaroni's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Pisaroni's Sayings By Henri Frederic Amiel: A modest garden contains, for those who know how to look and to wait, more A modest garden contains, for those who know how to look and to wait, more instruction than a library. — Henri Frederic Amiel
Pisaroni's Sayings By Wayne Koestenbaum: The beauty and magnitude of a diva's voice resides, so the iconography suggests, in her The beauty and magnitude of a diva's voice resides, so the iconography suggests, in her deformity. Her voice is beautiful because she herself is not-and her ugliness is interpreted as a sign of moral and social deviance. Reading biographies of divas, I can't ignore the repeated references to physical flaws-for example, Benedetta Pisaroni's "features horribly disfigured by small-pox," prompting spectators to shut their eyes "so as to hear without being condemned to see." Audiences speculated that Maria Malibran was not anatomically a woman, but an androgyne or hermaphrodite-an aberrant physique to match her voice's magic power. — Wayne Koestenbaum
Pisaroni's Sayings By Shelby Harris: There's a new line of research showing that people who don't get enough sleep, they're There's a new line of research showing that people who don't get enough sleep, they're body doesn't metabolize as well. And so they actually - it leads to weight gain. So if you're not getting enough sleep, you might have difficulty losing weight. — Shelby Harris
Pisaroni's Sayings By Dave Eggers: I think almost every writer in the world would hope that books would be always I think almost every writer in the world would hope that books would be always talked about with respect and civility and depth and seriousness. — Dave Eggers
Pisaroni's Sayings By Shawn Hatosy: John Wells and Christopher Chulack were pretty honest from the get-go in our first meeting John Wells and Christopher Chulack were pretty honest from the get-go in our first meeting about 'Southland.' They were looking to create characters that were believable in the environment of the LAPD - multi-dimensional, layered characters with real flaws; good-hearted cops mixed with the perfect amount of heroism and irony. — Shawn Hatosy
Pisaroni's Sayings By Liz Braswell: Your generation has no sense of responsibility to a group, a calling higher than your Your generation has no sense of responsibility to a group, a calling higher than your own. You treat random friends like family and family like strangers. You want to dither your life away, pursuing one pleasure after another. That is not a path; that is a waste of life. — Liz Braswell