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Quenching Sayings By Ama H. Vanniarachchy: I was lost in a magical mystic world as I step into the old university I was lost in a magical mystic world as I step into the old university library. This place I would say is the birth place of the 'writer' in me and still one of my most loved places in the world. It was always peaceful there. Each and every moment I spent their searching for books or walking on unknown paths with the un-quenching thirst for knowledge, is cherished in my mind forever. The dark dusty corners all brown and the smell of old books untouched by readers for years, the quiet long walking passages between overloaded bookshelves were places where my magical world existed. — Ama H. Vanniarachchy
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Quenching Sayings By Sean Ferrer: Her deep romantic nature prevented her from demanding, from asking for that quenching. She wanted Her deep romantic nature prevented her from demanding, from asking for that quenching. She wanted it to come freely, like flowers that are sent and not requested. — Sean Ferrer
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Quenching Sayings By Santosh Kalwar: Life is from zero to one, sorrow to pain and love to happiness, passing all Life is from zero to one, sorrow to pain and love to happiness, passing all along with smile on face despite grief and unhappiness, deep below lies the quenching heart, which is flowing with energy and bloody rain. — Santosh Kalwar
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Quenching Sayings By Michele Boldrin: History, practical experience, common sense and economic theory all agree: economic competition is probably one History, practical experience, common sense and economic theory all agree: economic competition is probably one of the greatest ideas humans ever came up with. When people compete to achieve the same goal, great things seem to happen that otherwise would not. Things get done faster, cheaper, and better; new methods for lifting a weight or quenching a thirst are invented; the average guy ends up with more of the stuff he likes at a lower price than before. That is why, in the end, socialism collapsed like a rotten wall: it did not allow its people to compete and, as a result, it not only made their economic life miserable, but strangled their hearts and souls. — Michele Boldrin
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Quenching Sayings By Kevin Hearne: You build and do not destroy; you sow goodwill and reap it; smiles bloom in You build and do not destroy; you sow goodwill and reap it; smiles bloom in the wake of your passing, and I will keep your kindness in trust and share it as occasion arises, so that your life will be a quenching draught of calm in a land of drought and stress. — Kevin Hearne
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Quenching Sayings By Michael Connelly: It is how a person goes about quenching his desires or living with them unrequited It is how a person goes about quenching his desires or living with them unrequited that the readers get a glimpse of his true character. — Michael Connelly
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Quenching Sayings By Robert E. Howard: The sea-road is good for wanderers and landless men. There is quenching of thirst on The sea-road is good for wanderers and landless men. There is quenching of thirst on the grey paths of the winds, and the flying clouds to still the sting of lost dreams. — Robert E. Howard
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Quenching Sayings By John Gould Fletcher: Here upon earth there is life, and then death,Dawn, and later nightfall,Fire, and the quenching Here upon earth there is life, and then death,
Dawn, and later nightfall,
Fire, and the quenching of embers:
But why should I not remember that my night is dawn in another part of the world,
If the idea fits my fancy? — John Gould Fletcher
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Quenching Sayings By Kevin Hearne: For me, the times I always regret are missed opportunities to say farewell to good For me, the times I always regret are missed opportunities to say farewell to good people, to wish them long life and say to them in all sincerity, "You build and do not destroy; you sow goodwill and reap it; smiles bloom in the wake of your passing, and I will keep your kindness in trust and share it as occasion arises, so that your life will be a quenching draught of calm in a land of drought and stress." Too often I never get to say that when it should be said. Instead, I leave them with the equivalent of a "Later, dude!" only to discover there would be no later for us. — Kevin Hearne
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Quenching Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Let yourself get carried away by the night from time to time. Look up at Let yourself get carried away by the night from time to time. Look up at the stars and try to get drunk on the sense of infinity. The night, with all its charms, is also a path to enlightenment. Just as a dark well has thirst-quenching water at its bottom, the night, whose mystery brings us closer to the mystery of God, has a flame capable of enkindling our soul hidden in its shadows. — Paulo Coelho
Quenching Sayings By Matthew Neill Null: The boulderfields, the spaces empty of people--a lonesomeness city-dwellers could never comprehend. Sometimes it seems The boulderfields, the spaces empty of people--a lonesomeness city-dwellers could never comprehend. Sometimes it seems like you know animals more intimately than people. Beaver heads cutting wake in the water, bear shit jeweled with seeds, deer quenching themselves in the river's cool. Her family has lived here for three hundred years. But the place is wretchedly poor and backward and may never be right. — Matthew Neill Null
Quenching Sayings By Natalie Ducey: Let your tears fall freely like a quenching rain.Let go of the fear and don't Let your tears fall freely like a quenching rain.
Let go of the fear and don't harbour the blame. — Natalie Ducey
Quenching Sayings By Virginia Woolf: I am not sinuous or suave; I sit among you abrading your softness with my I am not sinuous or suave; I sit among you abrading your softness with my hardness, quenching the silver-grey flickering moth-wing quiver of words with the green spurt of my clear eyes. — Virginia Woolf
Quenching Sayings By Sinclair B. Ferguson: pastors need themselves to have been mastered by the unconditional grace of God. From them pastors need themselves to have been mastered by the unconditional grace of God. From them the vestiges of a self-defensive pharisaism and conditionalism need to be torn. Like the Savior they need to handle bruised reeds without breaking them and dimly burning wicks without quenching them. — Sinclair B. Ferguson
Quenching Sayings By Sinclair Lewis: The conspicuous fault of the Jeffersonian Party, like the personal fault of Senator Trowbridge, was The conspicuous fault of the Jeffersonian Party, like the personal fault of Senator Trowbridge, was that it represented integrity and reason, in a year when the electorate hungered for frisky emotions, for the peppery sensations associated, usually, not with monetary systems and taxation rates but with baptism by immersion in the creek, young love under the elms, straight whisky, angelic orchestras heard soaring down from the full moon, fear of death when an automobile teeters above a canyon, thirst in a desert and quenching it with spring water - all the primitive sensations which they thought they found in the screaming of Buzz Windrip. * — Sinclair Lewis
Quenching Sayings By John Heywood: When all candels be out, all cats be grey,All thingis are then of one colour, When all candels be out, all cats be grey,All thingis are then of one colour, as who sey.And this prouerbe faith, for quenching hot desyre,Foul water as soone as fayre, will quenche hot fyre. — John Heywood
Quenching Sayings By Neal A. Maxwell: Real disciples absorb the fiery darts of the adversary by holding aloft the quenching shield Real disciples absorb the fiery darts of the adversary by holding aloft the quenching shield of faith with one hand, while holding to the iron rod with the other (see Eph. 6:16; 1 Ne. 15:24; D&C 27:17). There should be no mistaking; it will take both hands! — Neal A. Maxwell
Quenching Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: So much of the presidency is a matter of standing in the path of a So much of the presidency is a matter of standing in the path of a Newsham Engine for Quenching Fires, opening one's mouth, and attempting to get a drink. — Thomas Jefferson
Quenching Sayings By Ali Ibn Abi Talib: Greed takes a person to the watering place but gets him back without letting him Greed takes a person to the watering place but gets him back without letting him drink. It undertakes responsibility but does not fulfill it. Often the drinker gets choked before quenching his thirst. The greater the worth of a thing yearned for, the greater is the grief for its loss. Desires blind the eyes of understanding. The destined share would reach him who does not approach it. — Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Quenching Sayings By James Joyce: The dull light fell more faintly upon the page whereon another equation began to unfold The dull light fell more faintly upon the page whereon another equation began to unfold itself slowly and to spread abroad its widening tail. It was his own soul going forth to experience, unfolding itself sin by sin, spreading abroad the balefire o fits burning stars and folding back upon itself, fading slowly, quenching its own lights and fires. they were quenched; and the cold darkness filled chaos. — James Joyce
Quenching Sayings By C.L. Wilson: My beloved is the sunAnd I am the earth that thrives only in her warmth. My beloved is the sun
And I am the earth that thrives only in her warmth. My beloved is the rain
And I am the grass that thirsts for her quenching kiss. My beloved is the wind
And I am the wings that soar when she fills me with her gentle strength.
My beloved is the rock
Upon which rests the happiness of all my days.
- The Elements of Love, a poem by Aileron v'En Kavali of the Fey — C.L. Wilson
Quenching Sayings By Gregory A. Boyd: He self-serving, doubt-quenching, certainty-seeking faith that these folks are choosing to pursue is not faith He self-serving, doubt-quenching, certainty-seeking faith that these folks are choosing to pursue is not faith as it's taught in Scripture ... the faith that God's people are called to embrace is one that encourages people to wrestle with God, to not be afraid of questions, and to act faithfully in the face of uncertainty. — Gregory A. Boyd
Quenching Sayings By Ivan Goncharov: I began life with a quenching of the light of day, and, from the first I began life with a quenching of the light of day, and, from the first moment that I realized myself, realized also that I was on the wane. — Ivan Goncharov
Quenching Sayings By Anonymous: Why, though? I knew it didn't make sense. I did love her in my own Why, though? I knew it didn't make sense. I did love her in my own way. Very much. She was beautiful and fun and caring, but I was bored, so bored. I had to think of other girls to get a hard-on. I didn't want to start the long arduous road to her orgasm, let alone mine. Afraid to touch her in case it was mistaken for an application for sex. So in order to feel something through the numbness, I decided to perpetrate on my soul and hers the equivalent of quenching cigarettes on my paralyzed limbs. My hope was that if I registered pain, it would be welcomed as a sign of life. — Anonymous
Quenching Sayings By John Updike: In general, the churches, visited by me often on weekdays ... bore for me the In general, the churches, visited by me often on weekdays ... bore for me the same relation to God that billboards did to Coca-Cola; they promoted thirst without quenching it. — John Updike
Quenching Sayings By Craig D. Lounsbrough: After digging a thousand wells of my own and stumbling upon a thousand others dug After digging a thousand wells of my own and stumbling upon a thousand others dug by the hands of thirsty men, I have yet to realize that the only well that can satiate every thirst is the one that men will never dig. — Craig D. Lounsbrough
Quenching Sayings By Sinclair B. Ferguson: We [should not] make the mistake of thinking that marriage will provide the ultimate satisfaction We [should not] make the mistake of thinking that marriage will provide the ultimate satisfaction for which we all hunger. To assume so would be to be guilty of blasphemy. Only God satisfies the hungry heart. Marriage is but one of the channels He uses to enable us to taste how deeply satisfying His thirst-quenching grace can be. — Sinclair B. Ferguson
Quenching Sayings By Vee Hoffman: The things we take for granted. The things we never feel we'll lose. Not missing The things we take for granted. The things we never feel we'll lose. Not missing the water until the well runs dry, and hundreds more tired idioms and metaphors to build monument to the fact that I was drinking in every detail of Dominic's body like the precious thing it was, quenching the thirst of years with visions of flesh and beauty. It was impossible to believe, suddenly, that I had ever known beauty and excitement before. — Vee Hoffman
Quenching Sayings By Marisha Pessl: When men desire each other, they crash together like wrecking balls, quenching their need right When men desire each other, they crash together like wrecking balls, quenching their need right then and there, as if the world were about to end. — Marisha Pessl
Quenching Sayings By Marcel Proust: After the suicide of my thoughts, they admired my intelligence; they doted on my mind. After the suicide of my thoughts, they admired my intelligence; they doted on my mind. My parched imagination, my dried-up sensitivity were enough for the people who were the thirstiest for an intellectual life - their thirst being as artificial and mendacious as the source from which they believed they were quenching it! — Marcel Proust
Quenching Sayings By Boris Akunin: Don't count too much on God," said Mitrofanii, quenching his spiritual son's optimism. "He has Don't count too much on God," said Mitrofanii, quenching his spiritual son's optimism. "He has plenty of other things to worry about besides boot heels. — Boris Akunin
Quenching Sayings By Zora Neale Hurston: So she sat on the porch and watched the moon rise. Soon its amber fluid So she sat on the porch and watched the moon rise. Soon its amber fluid was drenching the earth, and quenching the thirst of the day. — Zora Neale Hurston
Quenching Sayings By Bryan Chapell: Repentance is not about earning grace but entering it; not about quenching his wrath but Repentance is not about earning grace but entering it; not about quenching his wrath but quieting the accusations of our hearts; not about unlocking his mercy but releasing our sin-sick sorrow to the Savior, who already rejoices to receive it. — Bryan Chapell
Quenching Sayings By Epicurus: The risings and settings of the sun, the moon, and the other heavenly bodies may The risings and settings of the sun, the moon, and the other heavenly bodies may come about from the lighting up and quenching of their fires ... ; for nothing in our sensory experience runs counter to this hypothesis. Or the said effects may be caused by the emergence of these bodies from a point above the earth and again by the earth's position in front of them; for nothing in our sensory experience is against this.45 Here two alternative explanations of "risings and settings" are offered; both are of equal value and equally true, since neither is contradicted by anything in our experience. On the contrary, we have all seen fires die down from lack of fuel, and lights obscured or blacked out by objects coming in front of them. — Epicurus
Quenching Sayings By Stephen Kendrick: Grieving the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30). Our anger grieves God's Spirit, not only producing bitter Grieving the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30). Our anger grieves God's Spirit, not only producing bitter fruit but quenching the fruit of the Spirit in our lives. Rather than operating with love, joy, and peace toward others, a bitter person becomes hateful, negative, and restless, closing off his heart toward others. Bitter people become very unlike themselves. The most loving and joyful people in the world can become hateful, irrational pessimists if they let bitterness take root and don't forgive. Believe it or not, bitterness even hurts us physically. "A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones" (Proverbs 17:22). The tension of trying to contain it can harden our facial features and make us lose the radiance of our countenance, even causing a chemical imbalance in our bodies and lowering our resistance to disease. — Stephen Kendrick
Quenching Sayings By Max De Pree: From a leader's perspective, the most serious betrayal has to do with thwarting human potential, From a leader's perspective, the most serious betrayal has to do with thwarting human potential, with quenching the spirit, with failing to deal equitably with each other as human beings. — Max De Pree
Quenching Sayings By Anthony Liccione: People are like water: Many rush pass you, as some will over-flood. Some will drown People are like water: Many rush pass you, as some will over-flood. Some will drown you, or force you to go their current ways. Some will be cold or hot-tempered, but try to say with the warm ones. Some will come as a raging wave and cause a ripple, or a calm sea, supporting you, quenching your thirst, and flow by your side to where kisses will always stay wet. — Anthony Liccione