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Rapidly Sayings By Naomi Klein: This is another lesson from the transformative movements of the past: all of them understood This is another lesson from the transformative movements of the past: all of them understood that the process of shifting cultural values - though somewhat ephemeral and difficult to quantify - was central to their work. And so they dreamed in public, showed humanity a better version of itself, modeled different values in their own behavior, and in the process liberated the political imagination and rapidly altered the sense of what was possible. — Naomi Klein
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Rapidly Sayings By Benjamin Carson: The thing that is probably most important is having a brain, and to be able The thing that is probably most important is having a brain, and to be able to figure things out and learn things very rapidly. — Benjamin Carson
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Rapidly Sayings By Fulton J. Sheen: The world is rapidly being divided into two camps, the comradeship of anti-Christ and the The world is rapidly being divided into two camps, the comradeship of anti-Christ and the brotherhood of Christ. The lines between these two are being drawn. How long the battle will be we know not whether swords will have to be unsheathed we know not whether blood will have to be shed we know not whether it will be an armed conflict we know not. But in a conflict between truth and darkness, truth cannot lose. — Fulton J. Sheen
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Rapidly Sayings By Stephen Breyer: This understanding, underlying constitutional interpretation since the New Deal, reflects the Constitution's demands for structural This understanding, underlying constitutional interpretation since the New Deal, reflects the Constitution's demands for structural flexibility sufficient to adapt substantive laws and institutions to rapidly changing social, economic, and technological conditions. — Stephen Breyer
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Rapidly Sayings By Virginia Henderson: The unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in The unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery (or to peaceful death) that he would perform unaided if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge. And to do this in such a way as to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible. — Virginia Henderson
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Rapidly Sayings By Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran: In 1880 at the Military Hospital at Constantine, I discovered, on the edges of the In 1880 at the Military Hospital at Constantine, I discovered, on the edges of the pigmented spherical bodies in the blood of a patient suffering from malaria, filiform elements resembling flagellae which were moving very rapidly, displacing the neighbouring red cells. — Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran
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Rapidly Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Sexual intercourse is rapidly becoming the one thing venerated in a world without veneration. Sexual intercourse is rapidly becoming the one thing venerated in a world without veneration. — C.S. Lewis
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Rapidly Sayings By Sandra Scarr: Some television programs are made very attractive to young children by presenting short, rapidly moving Some television programs are made very attractive to young children by presenting short, rapidly moving sequences and ever-changing episodes ... Some experts now argue that slower- paced television fare that allows children time to think about the material is more valuable than the faster-paced programs that merely capture their attention. — Sandra Scarr
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Rapidly Sayings By Joe Whitney: When there is no feeling of accomplishment, children fail to develop properly and old people When there is no feeling of accomplishment, children fail to develop properly and old people rapidly decline. — Joe Whitney
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Rapidly Sayings By Wallace D. Wattles: The more gratefully we fix our minds on the Supreme when good things come to The more gratefully we fix our minds on the Supreme when good things come to us, the more good things we will receive, and the more rapidly they will come; and the reason simply is that the mental attitude of gratitude draws the mind into closer touch with the source from which the blessings come. — Wallace D. Wattles
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Rapidly Sayings By Jonathan Stalling: In such troubled times, we must remember the value writers have - the value of In such troubled times, we must remember the value writers have - the value of inventing new language to keep pace with the rapidly transforming world around us. — Jonathan Stalling
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Rapidly Sayings By Sigmund Freud: WE think we have advanced too rapidly. Let us go back a little. Before our WE think we have advanced too rapidly. Let us go back a little. Before our last attempt to overcome the difficulties of dream distortion through our technique, we had decided that it would be best to avoid them by limiting ourselves only to those dreams in which distortion is either entirely absent or of trifling importance, if there are such. But here again we digress from the history of the evolution of our knowledge, for as a matter of fact we become aware of dreams entirely free of distortion only after the consistent application of our method of interpretation and after complete analysis of the distorted dream. — Sigmund Freud
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Rapidly Sayings By Milorad Pavic: A bird foraging for food in the swamps and marshes sinks rapidly if it doesn't A bird foraging for food in the swamps and marshes sinks rapidly if it doesn't move. It has to keep pulling its feet out of the mire to move on, regardless of whether it has caught something or not. And the same applies to us and to our love. We have to move on, we can't stay where we are, because we'll sink. — Milorad Pavic
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Rapidly Sayings By Lisa Gardner: I don't know much about international policing and I would love to learn more. Especially I don't know much about international policing and I would love to learn more. Especially in this day and age when the Internet is rapidly reducing borders and crime can happen on a larger scale than ever before. These things intrigue me. — Lisa Gardner
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Rapidly Sayings By Stephen Hawking: But in 1929, Edwin Hubble made the landmark observation that wherever you look, distant galaxies But in 1929, Edwin Hubble made the landmark observation that wherever you look, distant galaxies are moving rapidly away from us. In other words, the universe is expanding. — Stephen Hawking
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Rapidly Sayings By Philip Clayton: There is something new in the air. There is, there is a - a hunger There is something new in the air. There is, there is a - a hunger for an open, non-dogmatic, form of Christian faith and practice, which adapts itself to a rapidly changing world; and speaks to that world the message of Jesus Christ. And a freedom to rediscover some of the language of the tradition now that's it's not handed down to us, you know, with a strict framework of doctrinal, fixed structures. — Philip Clayton
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Rapidly Sayings By Kim Dare: 'My problem was comparatively simple,' Marcus said. 'One kiss was enough to solve it. But 'My problem was comparatively simple,' Marcus said. 'One kiss was enough to solve it. But that doesn't mean one kiss is enough to wake everyone up and end every nightmare. [ ... ] That's okay,' Marcus whispered to him. 'One kiss doesn't need to be enough to let you know that the nightmare is really over.'
Liam swallowed rapidly, the world around him becoming embarrassingly misty.
'I'm not going anywhere,' Marcus promised. 'There'll be as many kisses as you need.'
Tilting Liam's head back, Marcus dipped his head and brought their lips together one more time. Liam sighed softly into the kiss and, very slowly, woke up just a little bit more. — Kim Dare
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Rapidly Sayings By Karl Marlantes: The fourteen-man snake moved in spasms ... Their eyes flickered rapidly back and forth as The fourteen-man snake moved in spasms ... Their eyes flickered rapidly back and forth as they tried to look in all directions at once. They carried Kool-Aid packages, Tang - anything to kill the chemical taste of the water in their plastic canteens. Soon the smears of purple and orange Kool-Aid on their lips combined with the fear in their eyes to make them look like children returning from a birthday party at which the hostess had shown horror films. — Karl Marlantes
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Rapidly Sayings By Storm Jameson: In France, even heresy rapidly hardens into dogma. In France, even heresy rapidly hardens into dogma. — Storm Jameson
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Rapidly Sayings By Martin Fowler: Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily - leading to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible. Many teams find that this approach leads to significantly reduced integration problems and allows a team to develop cohesive software more rapidly. — Martin Fowler
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Rapidly Sayings By Peter Drucker: Because knowledge rapidly deteriorates unless it is used constantly, maintaining within an organization an activity Because knowledge rapidly deteriorates unless it is used constantly, maintaining within an organization an activity that is used only intermittently guarantees incompetence. — Peter Drucker
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Rapidly Sayings By H.P. Lovecraft: Write out the story - rapidly, fluently, and not too critically - following the second Write out the story - rapidly, fluently, and not too critically - following the second or narrative-order synopsis. Change incidents and plot whenever the developing process seems to suggest such change, never being bound by any previous design. — H.P. Lovecraft
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Rapidly Sayings By Jacob T. Schwartz: Because of mathematics precise, formal character, mathematical arguments remain sound even when they are long Because of mathematics precise, formal character, mathematical arguments remain sound even when they are long and complex. In contast, common sense arguments can generally be trusted only if they remain short; even moderately long nonmathematical arguments rapidly becomes farfetched an dubious. — Jacob T. Schwartz
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Rapidly Sayings By Peter Brannen: It's] pretty clear that times of high carbon dioxide - and especially times when carbon It's] pretty clear that times of high carbon dioxide - and especially times when carbon dioxide levels rapidly rose - coincided with the mass extinctions," writes University of Washington paleontologist and End-Permian mass extinction expert Peter Ward. "Here is the driver of extinction. — Peter Brannen
Rapidly Sayings By Donald A. Norman: Technology may change rapidly, but people change slowly. The principals [of design] come from understanding Technology may change rapidly, but people change slowly. The principals [of design] come from understanding of people. They remain true forever. — Donald A. Norman
Rapidly Sayings By Lewis Mumford: Unfortunately, once an economy is geared to expansion, the means rapidly turn into an end Unfortunately, once an economy is geared to expansion, the means rapidly turn into an end and "the going becomes the goal." Even more unfortunately, the industries that are favored by such expansion must, to maintain their output, be devoted to goods that are readily consumable either by their nature, or because they are so shoddily fabricated that they must soon be replaced. By fashion and built-in obsolescence the economies of machine production, instead of producing leisure and durable wealth, are duly cancelled out by the mandatory consumption on an even larger scale. — Lewis Mumford
Rapidly Sayings By Nnedi Okorafor: I couldn't see the end of the corridor, so I stared at the entrance. The I couldn't see the end of the corridor, so I stared at the entrance. The ship was a magnificent piece of living technology. Third Fish was a Miri 12, a type of ship closely related to a shrimp. Miri 12s were stable calm creatures with natural exoskeletons that could withstand the harshness of space. They were genetically enhanced to grow three breathing chambers within their bodies. Scientists planted rapidly growing plants within these three enormous rooms that not only produced oxygen from the CO2 directed in from other parts of the ship, but also absorbed benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene. This was some of the most amazing technology I'd ever read about. Once settled on the ship, I was determined to convince someone to let me see one of these amazing rooms. But at the moment, I wasn't thinking about the technology of the ship. I was on the threshold now, between home and my future. — Nnedi Okorafor
Rapidly Sayings By Edwin C. Bearss: His error was in going to Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks's party. At Banks's party they His error was in going to Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks's party. At Banks's party they probably had a little too much liquor. Afterward Grant was riding very, very rapidly; his horse shied when it saw an omnibus driving along the city streets. — Edwin C. Bearss
Rapidly Sayings By Anonymous: Those who accept the Nature Cure teachings about the causes of disease, but still have Those who accept the Nature Cure teachings about the causes of disease, but still have a lingering superstition about the malevolent power of germs, may be further reassured by the fact that a clean skin is probably the most powerful germicide known. Tests made with a variety of "pathogenic micro-organisms" showed consistently that when these were placed upon the clean skin of a normally healthy person, they rapidly disintegrated. Similar tests on unclean skin and less healthy people showed a marked improvement in the microbes' chances of survival — Anonymous
Rapidly Sayings By James P. Comer: The young love and cherish people and places from which they receive the skills and The young love and cherish people and places from which they receive the skills and the emotional support which enable them to make it in the world or to meet their basic human needs. The same people and places are often the first recipients of the frustration and anger
violence, vandalism, disrespect
of young people who are not making it well in the world. I suspect that this is the reason that personal and school property violence is increasing more rapidly than school burglary and dropout rates. — James P. Comer
Rapidly Sayings By Anna Brackett: The ways of living have been rendered vastly easier by a multitude of inventions, by The ways of living have been rendered vastly easier by a multitude of inventions, by the increasing wealth of the country, by better and more intelligent service; and yet life is by no means easier, but indeed hard. The demands on time, whether real or imagined, have increased in a greater ratio than the supply of facilities for answering them, and as the earth provokingly continues to revolve on its axis just as rapidly as of old, the days are never long enough for all the duties which they bring. — Anna Brackett
Rapidly Sayings By Alexander Woollcott: Mrs. Patrick Cambell is an aged British battleship sinking rapidly and firing every available gun Mrs. Patrick Cambell is an aged British battleship sinking rapidly and firing every available gun on her rescuers. — Alexander Woollcott
Rapidly Sayings By Riane Eisler: That both Muslim fundamentalists and the Christian right are today focusing their attempts to regain That both Muslim fundamentalists and the Christian right are today focusing their attempts to regain control in a rapidly changing world on frantic efforts to maintain control over women, particularly over women's sexuality. Moreover, given their mythologies about "holy wars," it is also understandable that they should use "divinely approved" violence to do so ... — Riane Eisler
Rapidly Sayings By George Andrew Olah: My Cleveland years were both scientifically and personally most rewarding. My wife Judy was able My Cleveland years were both scientifically and personally most rewarding. My wife Judy was able to rejoin me in our research and my research group grew rapidly. — George Andrew Olah
Rapidly Sayings By Douglas Adams: But that's not the point!" raged Ford "The point is that I am now a But that's not the point!" raged Ford "The point is that I am now a perfectly safe penguin, and my colleague here is rapidly running out of limbs! — Douglas Adams
Rapidly Sayings By Peter Greenaway: The start of a film is like a gateway, a formal entrance-point. The first three The start of a film is like a gateway, a formal entrance-point. The first three minutes of a film make great demands on an audience's patience and credulity. A great deal has to be learnt very rapidly about place and attitude, character and intent and ambition. — Peter Greenaway
Rapidly Sayings By Kyra Davis: Even with him in me I ache for him, and it's that aching that brings Even with him in me I ache for him, and it's that aching that brings me rapidly to the brink. — Kyra Davis
Rapidly Sayings By Elliot Grove: Invest in learning and discovering new filmmaking techniques is the next keystone to success. Film Invest in learning and discovering new filmmaking techniques is the next keystone to success. Film is changing rapidly right now. The last big change was the introduction of sound. This time around it is movies on th internet and mobile telephones. — Elliot Grove
Rapidly Sayings By Leonardo Da Vinci: One shall be born from small beginnings which will rapidly become vast. This will respect One shall be born from small beginnings which will rapidly become vast. This will respect no created thing, rather will it, by its power, transform almost every thing from its own nature into another. — Leonardo Da Vinci
Rapidly Sayings By Robert Shea: The Gnostics were rapidly driven out of business by the hierarchical orthodox Christians. The Gnostics were rapidly driven out of business by the hierarchical orthodox Christians. — Robert Shea
Rapidly Sayings By Ray Kurzweil: The intelligence we will create from the reverse-engineering of the brain will have access to The intelligence we will create from the reverse-engineering of the brain will have access to its own source code and will be able to rapidly improve itself in an accelerating iterative design cycle. Although there is considerable plasticity in the biological human brain, as we have seen, it does have a relatively fixed architecture, which cannot be significantly modified, as well as a limited capacity. We are unable to increase its 300 million pattern recognizers to, say, 400 million unless we do so nonbiologically. Once we can achieve that, there will be no reason to stop at a particular level of capability. We can go on to make it a billion pattern recognizers, or a trillion. — Ray Kurzweil
Rapidly Sayings By Michael Specter: Lyme disease is the most commonly reported tick-borne illness in the United States, and the Lyme disease is the most commonly reported tick-borne illness in the United States, and the incidence is growing rapidly. In 2009, the C.D.C. reported thirty-eight thousand cases, three times more than in 1991. Most researchers agree that the true number of infections is five to ten times higher. — Michael Specter
Rapidly Sayings By Johann Hari: The climate-change deniers are rapidly ending up with as much intellectual credibility as creationists and The climate-change deniers are rapidly ending up with as much intellectual credibility as creationists and Flat Earthers ... they are nudging close to having the moral credibility of Holocaust deniers. — Johann Hari
Rapidly Sayings By S. Jay Olshansky: We know in the field of aging that some people tend to senesce, or grow We know in the field of aging that some people tend to senesce, or grow older, more rapidly than others, and some more slowly. — S. Jay Olshansky
Rapidly Sayings By Farley Mowat: The three cardinal tenets of rum drinking in Newfoundland. The first of these is that The three cardinal tenets of rum drinking in Newfoundland. The first of these is that as soon as a bottle is placed on a table it must be opened. This is done to "let the air get at it and carry off the black vapors." The second tenet is that a bottle, once opened, must never be restoppered, because of the belief that it will then go bad. No bottle of rum has ever gone bad in Newfoundland, but none has ever been restoppered, so there is no way of knowing whether this belief is reasonable. The final tenet is that an open bottle must be drunk as rapidly as possible "before all to-good goes out of it. — Farley Mowat
Rapidly Sayings By Samantha Young: His heart thudded rapidly behind its thick-boned prison, the pulse in his neck throbbing with His heart thudded rapidly behind its thick-boned prison, the pulse in his neck throbbing with anxiety. He almost smiled at that. If he weren't a vampyre his parents, Phaedrus and Xanthippe, would consider him an impossibly delicious meal with that vein pulsing them into temptation. Instead they looked up at him in bewilderment, their mouths and chin smeared thick with the blood and skin of the unconscious man in their arms. They sat crowded together on one of the pillowed kline's in the andron where his father held Symposia in their home. The man's feet dragged to the floor, the light chiton he wore coming undone from the obvious struggle he had undergone at the hands of Kirios' parents. Blood stained the fabric and ran in rivulets from his masticated neck to puddle on the mosaic floor. Kirios watched as it spread into the expensive tiling, wondering how on earth they would explain the stain. — Samantha Young
Rapidly Sayings By Angela Merkel: The problem is, of course, that these interest groups are all asking for changes, but The problem is, of course, that these interest groups are all asking for changes, but their enthusiasm for change rapidly disappears when it affects the core of their own interests. — Angela Merkel
Rapidly Sayings By David Foster Wallace: Being in a state referred to staring fixedly and without expression at something for extensive Being in a state referred to staring fixedly and without expression at something for extensive periods of time. It can happen when you haven't had enough sleep, or too much sleep, or if you've overeaten, or are distracted, or merely daydreaming. It is not daydreaming, however, because it involves gazing at something. Staring at it. Usually something straight ahead - a shelf on a bookcase, or the centerpiece on the dining room table, or your daughter or child. But in a stare, you are really not looking at this thing you are seeming to stare at, you are not even really noticing it - however, neither are you thinking of something else. You in truth are not doing anything, mentally, but you are doing it fixedly, with what appears to be intent concentration. It is as if one's concentration becomes stuck the way an auto's wheels can be stuck in the snow, turning rapidly without going forward, although it looks like intent concentration. — David Foster Wallace
Rapidly Sayings By Nikola Tesla: I do not rush into constructive work. When I get an idea, I start right I do not rush into constructive work. When I get an idea, I start right away to build it up in my mind. I change the structure, I make improvements, I experiment, I run the device in my mind. It is absolutely the same to me whether I operate my turbine in thought or test it actually in my shop. It makes no difference, the results are the same. In this way, you see, I can rapidly develop and perfect an invention, without touching anything. — Nikola Tesla
Rapidly Sayings By Gary Larson: Humans have changed ecosystems more rapidly and extensively than in any comparable period of time Humans have changed ecosystems more rapidly and extensively than in any comparable period of time in human history, largely to meet rapidly growing demands for food, fresh water, timber, fiber and fuel. This has resulted in a substantial and largely irreversible loss in the diversity of life on Earth. — Gary Larson
Rapidly Sayings By Dion Fortune: A trained occultist, especially if of high grade, has an exceedingly magnetic personality, and this A trained occultist, especially if of high grade, has an exceedingly magnetic personality, and this is apt to prove disturbing to those who are unaccustomed to high- tension psychic forces. For whereas the person who is ripe for development will unfold the higher consciousness rapidly in the atmosphere of a high-grade initiate, the person who is not ready may find these influences profoundly disturbing. — Dion Fortune
Rapidly Sayings By Bill Gates: One thing people underestimate is how markets don't allow anyone to do anything except make One thing people underestimate is how markets don't allow anyone to do anything except make better and better products. There's not much leeway. The world is a lot more competitive than most people think, particularly in a high-technology area. If a company takes its eye off improving its products, if it tries to do anything that would be viewed as an exercise of power, it'll be displaced very rapidly. — Bill Gates
Rapidly Sayings By Benson Bruno: A customer facing crucial decisions: What should I wipe myself with? What should I brush A customer facing crucial decisions:
What should I wipe myself with? What should I brush with? His personal hygiene was deteriorating rapidly as he stared at the rows of possibilities, sweating profusely. Would he ever bathe again? — Benson Bruno
Rapidly Sayings By Derek Ridgers: Things are very different now because a lot of those little clubs don't exist. In Things are very different now because a lot of those little clubs don't exist. In Soho for instance, where nearly half my nightlife photographs were taken, it's rapidly changing. There isn't the same after dark frisson of excitement about the place any more. — Derek Ridgers
Rapidly Sayings By Robert Sternberg: If you're not adapting to the very rapidly changing environment, if you can't think creatively, If you're not adapting to the very rapidly changing environment, if you can't think creatively, you lose big in this society because there are very few jobs for you left. — Robert Sternberg
Rapidly Sayings By Claire Scovell LaZebnik: When our son's autism was diagnosed at the age of 2, there was no clear When our son's autism was diagnosed at the age of 2, there was no clear prognosis. We didn't even know if he'd ever learn to talk. But we found talented people to work with him and he improved, slowly at first and then more rapidly. — Claire Scovell LaZebnik
Rapidly Sayings By J.B.S. Haldane: Man's habits change more rapidly than his instincts. Man's habits change more rapidly than his instincts. — J.B.S. Haldane
Rapidly Sayings By Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.: From forty to fifty a man must move upward, or the natural falling off in From forty to fifty a man must move upward, or the natural falling off in the vigor of life will carry him rapidly downward. — Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.
Rapidly Sayings By Donald Hall: I've had someone, my assistant, type for me. I've done it that way for more I've had someone, my assistant, type for me. I've done it that way for more than 50 years because I type with one finger, although quite rapidly. — Donald Hall
Rapidly Sayings By Margaret Chan: Influenza pandemics must be taken seriously, precisely because of their capacity to spread rapidly to Influenza pandemics must be taken seriously, precisely because of their capacity to spread rapidly to every country in the world. — Margaret Chan
Rapidly Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: In travelling where novelties of all kinds press in upon us, mental food is often In travelling where novelties of all kinds press in upon us, mental food is often supplied so rapidly from without that there is no time for digestion. We regret that the quickly shifting impressions can leave no permanent imprint. In reality, however, it is with this as it is with reading. How often we regret not being able to retain in the memory one-thousandth part of what is read ! It is comforting in both cases to know that the seen as well as the read has made a mental impression before it is forgotten, and thus forms the mind and nourishes it, while that which is retained in the memory merely fills and swells the hollow of the head with matter which remains ever foreign to it, because it has not been absorbed, and therefore the recipient can be as empty as before. — Arthur Schopenhauer
Rapidly Sayings By Hans Zinsser: Our task as we grow older in a rapidly advancing science, is to retain the Our task as we grow older in a rapidly advancing science, is to retain the capacity of joy in discoveries which correct older ideas, and to learn from our pupils as we teach them. — Hans Zinsser
Rapidly Sayings By John Gresham Machen: The truth is that the materialistic paternalism of the present day, if allowed to go The truth is that the materialistic paternalism of the present day, if allowed to go on unchecked, will rapidly make of America one huge "Main Street," where spiritual adventure will be discouraged and democracy will be regarded as consisting in the reduction of all mankind to the proportions of the narrowest and least gifted of the citizens. God grant that there may come a reaction, and that the great principles of Anglo-Saxon liberty may be rediscovered before it is too late! — John Gresham Machen
Rapidly Sayings By Rick Pitino: Technology is a compulsive and addictive way to live. Verbal communication cannot be lost because Technology is a compulsive and addictive way to live. Verbal communication cannot be lost because of a lack of skill. The ability to listen and learn is key to mastering the art of communication. If you don't use your verbal skills and networking, it will disappear rapidly. Use technology wisely. — Rick Pitino
Rapidly Sayings By L.G. Durand: We have become a society of indulgent consumers resulting in rapidly increasing debt both personally We have become a society of indulgent consumers resulting in rapidly increasing debt both personally and as a nation. — L.G. Durand
Rapidly Sayings By Rolf Smith: Ideas can come from anywhere and at any time. The problem with making mental notes Ideas can come from anywhere and at any time. The problem with making mental notes is that the ink fades very rapidly. — Rolf Smith
Rapidly Sayings By Carlos Ruiz Zafon: Generally speaking, beliefs arise from an event or character that may or may not be Generally speaking, beliefs arise from an event or character that may or may not be authentic, and rapidly evolve into social movements that are conditioned and shaped by the political, economic and societal circumstances of the group that accepts them. — Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Rapidly Sayings By Chico Xavier: If the individual could succeed in discovering through human experience the profound past, he, would If the individual could succeed in discovering through human experience the profound past, he, would more rapidly, reach the conclusion that all the opportunities that complement him in knowledge and health, come from Divine Kindness and, that most of the material resources that are at his disposition and desires proceed from injustice. — Chico Xavier
Rapidly Sayings By Brian Evenson: Like a cross between Paul Auster's The Book of Illusions and Janice Lee's Damnation, The Like a cross between Paul Auster's The Book of Illusions and Janice Lee's Damnation, The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing is at once smart and slyly unsettling. It is expert at creating a quietly building sense of dread while claiming to do something as straightforward as describe lost films - like those conversations you have in which you realize only too late that what you actually talking about and what you think you are talking about are not the same thing at all. With Rombes, Two Dollar Radio deftly demonstrates why it is rapidly becoming the go-to press for innovative fiction. — Brian Evenson
Rapidly Sayings By Christopher Plummer: I want to paint Montreal as a rather fantastic city, which it was, because nobody I want to paint Montreal as a rather fantastic city, which it was, because nobody knows today what it was like. And I'm one of the last survivors, or rapidly becoming one. — Christopher Plummer
Rapidly Sayings By Austan Goolsbee: So more than 8 million people lost their jobs. It's going to take a significant So more than 8 million people lost their jobs. It's going to take a significant push on our part and time before that comes down. I don't anticipate it coming down rapidly. — Austan Goolsbee
Rapidly Sayings By Hermann Hesse: When a tree is polled, it will sprout new shoots nearer its roots. A soul When a tree is polled, it will sprout new shoots nearer its roots. A soul that is ruined in the bud will frequently return to the springtime of its beginnings and its promise-filled childhood, as though it could discover new hopes there and retie the broken threads of life. The shoots grow rapidly and eagerly, but it is only a sham life that will never be a genuine tree. — Hermann Hesse
Rapidly Sayings By Ian Jackson: If we deliver on those promises, we'll have done our job, and we did it If we deliver on those promises, we'll have done our job, and we did it with PSOne, and we certainly did it with PS2, and we are about to do it very rapidly with PSP. This is a whole new business for us, in terms of the handheld market, and we're going about it the right way. — Ian Jackson
Rapidly Sayings By Jean-Paul Marat: Don't be deceived when they tell you things are better now. Even if there's no Don't be deceived when they tell you things are better now. Even if there's no poverty to be seen because the poverty's been hidden. Even if you ever got more wages and could afford to buy more of these new and useless goods which industries foist on you and even if it seems to you that you never had so much, that is only the slogan of those who still have much more than you. Don't be taken in when they paternally pat you on the shoulder and say that there's no inequality worth speaking of and no more reason to fight because if you believe them they will be completely in charge in their marble homes and granite banks from which they rob the people of the world under the pretence of bringing them culture. Watch out, for as soon as it pleases them they'll send you out to protect their gold in wars whose weapons, rapidly developed by servile scientists, will become more and more deadly until they can with a flick of the finger tear a million of you to pieces. — Jean-Paul Marat
Rapidly Sayings By Kasie West: I slide my feet onto the seat next to him, my ankle brushing against his I slide my feet onto the seat next to him, my ankle brushing against his thigh. "No shallowness of breath? No rapidly beating heart?"
He rests one hand on my foot as he continues to mess with his phone. His eyes meet mine in amusement. "Are those the indicators? I might have an issue after all. — Kasie West
Rapidly Sayings By William Elwood Byerly: [Benjamin Peirce's] lectures were not easy to follow. They were never carefully prepared. The work [Benjamin Peirce's] lectures were not easy to follow. They were never carefully prepared. The work with which he rapidly covered the blackboard was very illegible, marred with frequent erasures, and not infrequent mistakes (he worked too fast for accuracy). He was always ready to digress from the straight path and explore some sidetrack that had suddenly attracted his attention, but which was likely to have led nowhere when the college bell announced the close of the hour and we filed out, leaving him abstractedly staring at his work, still with chalk and eraser in his hands, entirely oblivious of his departing class. — William Elwood Byerly
Rapidly Sayings By Benjamin Disraeli: The character of a woman rapidly develops after marriage, and sometimes seems to change, when The character of a woman rapidly develops after marriage, and sometimes seems to change, when in fact it is only complete. — Benjamin Disraeli
Rapidly Sayings By Gustave Le Bon: Legislation since this period has followed the course, I pointed out. Rapidly multiplying dictatorial measures Legislation since this period has followed the course, I pointed out. Rapidly multiplying dictatorial measures have continually tended to restrict individual liberties, and this in two ways. Regulations have been established every year in greater number, imposing a constraint on the citizen in matters in which his acts were formerly completely free, and forcing him to accomplish acts which he was formerly at liberty to accomplish or not to accomplish at will. At the same time heavier and heavier public, and especially local, burdens have still further restricted his liberty by diminishing the portion of his profits he can spend as he chooses, and by augmenting the portion which is taken from him to be spent according to the good pleasure of the public authorities. — Gustave Le Bon
Rapidly Sayings By Kazuo Ishiguro: I saw a new world coming rapidly. More scientific, efficient, yes. More cures for the I saw a new world coming rapidly. More scientific, efficient, yes. More cures for the old sicknesses. Very good. But a harsh, cruel, world. And I saw a little girl, her eyes tightly closed, holding to her breast the old kind world, one that she knew in her heart could not remain, and she was holding it and pleading, never to let her go. — Kazuo Ishiguro
Rapidly Sayings By Bob Thurber: I've already got the storm figured out. Some idiot blew up the sun. Some dumb I've already got the storm figured out. Some idiot blew up the sun. Some dumb Russian general pushed the wrong button and launched one of their million missiles, or maybe NASA misaimed one of our test rockets. Either way, the sun is gone and we're now engaged in a nuclear shootout. It's the end of everything. Batman and Superman aren't coming and James Bond doesn't have a trick up his sleeve to save us this time. In a week or a month, we'll all freeze to death, just like in that Twilight Zone episode where the pretty lady is burning up with fever, dreaming the sun is baking the world dry, when really the Earth has dropped out of orbit, is hurtling further and further away from the sun, rapidly turning into a big ball of ice. — Bob Thurber
Rapidly Sayings By Ann Jones: To a large extent, then, the position of women and girls worsened in the early To a large extent, then, the position of women and girls worsened in the early nineteenth century because the work of most of them did not change at a time when everything else was changing very rapidly. Those — Ann Jones
Rapidly Sayings By Hildegard Peplau: Nursing has made great progress from being an occupation to becoming a profession in the Nursing has made great progress from being an occupation to becoming a profession in the 20th. Century. As the 21st. Century approaches, further progress will be reported and recorded in Cyberspace - The Internet being one conduit for that. Linking nurses and their information and knowledge across borders - around the world - will surely advance the profession of nursing much more rapidly in the next century — Hildegard Peplau
Rapidly Sayings By Arianna Huffington: Citizen journalism is rapidly emerging as an invaluable part of delivering the news. With the Citizen journalism is rapidly emerging as an invaluable part of delivering the news. With the expansion of the Web and the ever-decreasing size and cost of camera phones and video cameras, the ability to commit acts of journalism is spreading to everyone. — Arianna Huffington
Rapidly Sayings By Robert Reich: The rich would do better with a smaller share of a rapidly growing economy then The rich would do better with a smaller share of a rapidly growing economy then they're doing now with a large share of an economy that is barely growing at all. — Robert Reich
Rapidly Sayings By Jim Knight: There is always frustration from people who work in schools that things keep changing but There is always frustration from people who work in schools that things keep changing but it is an unfortunate truth with the world of work changing as rapidly as it is, we do have to change. — Jim Knight
Rapidly Sayings By Michael Hudson: The most serious problems lie in the financial sphere, where the economy's debt overhead has The most serious problems lie in the financial sphere, where the economy's debt overhead has grown more rapidly than the 'real' economy's ability to carry this debt ... The essence of the global financial bubble is that savings are diverted to inflate the stock market, bond market and real estate prices rather than to build new factories and employ more labor. — Michael Hudson
Rapidly Sayings By Jon Stewart: Every generation has their challenge. And things change rapidly, and life gets better in an Every generation has their challenge. And things change rapidly, and life gets better in an instant. — Jon Stewart
Rapidly Sayings By Lois McMaster Bujold: But the herm was gray-faced, lips purple-blue, eyelids fluttering. An IV pump, not dependent upon But the herm was gray-faced, lips purple-blue, eyelids fluttering. An IV pump, not dependent upon potentially erratic ship's gravity, infused yellow fluid rapidly into Bel's right arm. The left arm was strapped to a board; plastic tubing filled with blood ran from under a bandage and into a hybrid appliance bound around with quantities of plastic tape. A second tube ran back again, its dark surface moist with condensation. — Lois McMaster Bujold
Rapidly Sayings By Tony Robbins: Don't labor forever over the question of how or if you can do it. Studies Don't labor forever over the question of how or if you can do it. Studies have shown that the most successful people make decisions rapidly because they are clear on their values and what they really want for their lives. — Tony Robbins
Rapidly Sayings By Yuval Noah Harari: What was the Sapiens' secret of success? How did we manage to settle so rapidly What was the Sapiens' secret of success? How did we manage to settle so rapidly in so many distant and ecologically different habitats? How did we push all other human species into oblivion? Why couldn't even the strong, brainy, cold-proof Neanderthals survive our onslaught? The debate continues to rage. The most likely answer is the very thing that makes the debate possible: Homo sapiens conquered the world thanks above all to its unique language. — Yuval Noah Harari
Rapidly Sayings By Ed Murray: In the theater the audience is generally riveted to a single angle of observation. The In the theater the audience is generally riveted to a single angle of observation. The movie director, though, can rapidly shift from objective to subjective
and to any number of subjective points of view
and in so doing seem to pull the audience directly inside the frame of his picture, giving the spectator the sense of experiencing an action from the viewpoint of a participant. Identification of the viewer with the film character, then, can be much more intimate than the analogous situation in the theater. — Ed Murray
Rapidly Sayings By Georgette Heyer: The charm of your society, My Sparrow, lies in not knowing what will you say The charm of your society, My Sparrow, lies in not knowing what will you say next - though one rapidly learns to fear the worst! — Georgette Heyer
Rapidly Sayings By Joel Fuhrman: When you eat healthfully, your body gravitates relatively rapidly toward a better weight. When you eat healthfully, your body gravitates relatively rapidly toward a better weight. — Joel Fuhrman
Rapidly Sayings By Theodore Dreiser: When a girl leaves her home at eighteen, she does one of two things. Either When a girl leaves her home at eighteen, she does one of two things. Either she falls into saving hands and becomes better, or she rapidly assumes the cosmopolitan standard of virtue and becomes worse — Theodore Dreiser
Rapidly Sayings By Joyce Carol Oates: Art is a means of memorialization of the past, a record of a rapidly vanishing Art is a means of memorialization of the past, a record of a rapidly vanishing world; a means of exorcising, at least temporarily, the ravages of homesickness. To speak of 'what is past, or passing or to come'-in the most meticulous language thereby to assure its permanence; to honor those we've loved and learned from and must outlive. — Joyce Carol Oates
Rapidly Sayings By Peter Singer: Effective altruism is an advance in ethical behavior as well as in the practical application Effective altruism is an advance in ethical behavior as well as in the practical application of our ability to reason. I have described it as an emerging movement, and that term suggests that it will continue to develop and spread. If it does, then once there is a critical mass of effective altruists, it will no longer seem odd for anyone to regard bringing about "the most good I can do" as an important life goal. If effective altruism does become mainstream, I would expect it to spread more rapidly, for then it will be apparent that it is easy to do a great deal of good and feel better about your life as a result. — Peter Singer
Rapidly Sayings By Terry Pratchett: That's what I've been saying, said Eric, with strained patience. Rincewind took another bite of That's what I've been saying, said Eric, with strained patience. Rincewind took another bite of the sandwich. He'd looked death in the face many times, or more precisely Death had looked him in the back of his rapidly retreating head many times, and suddenly the prospect of living forever didn't appeal. There were of course great questions he might learn the answer to, such as how life evolved and all the rest of it, but — Terry Pratchett
Rapidly Sayings By Anonymous: Evolutionary anthropologist Michael Tomasello has argued that it is our capacity to rapidly and accurately Evolutionary anthropologist Michael Tomasello has argued that it is our capacity to rapidly and accurately acquire huge amounts of information culturally that sets humans apart from other species. — Anonymous
Rapidly Sayings By Emily Levine: So you're six years old, you're reading 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,' and it So you're six years old, you're reading 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,' and it becomes rapidly obvious that there are only two kinds of men in the world: dwarves and Prince Charmings. And the odds are seven to one against your finding the prince. — Emily Levine
Rapidly Sayings By Stephen Hawking: If the rate of expansion one second after the Big Bang had been smaller by If the rate of expansion one second after the Big Bang had been smaller by even one part in a hundred thousand million million, it would have recollapsed before it reached its present size. On the other hand, if it had been greater by a part in a million, the universe would have expanded too rapidly for stars and planets to form. — Stephen Hawking