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Reaching The End Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: They say it's impossible.I refuse to believe it. The journey may be difficult and the They say it's impossible.
I refuse to believe it.
The journey may be difficult and the desired end unlikely. My patience and commitment may be tested by something that won't happen overnight. It may be that I veer off the path or quit before reaching my goal, but that doesn't mean it is impossible. — Richelle E. Goodrich
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Reaching The End Sayings By Gabriel Garcia Marquez: The air was so damp that fish could have come in through doors and swum The air was so damp that fish could have come in through doors and swum out the windows, floating through the atmosphere in the rooms. One morning Ursula woke up feeling that she was reaching her end in a placid swoon and she had already asked them to take her to Father Antonio Isabel, when Santa Sofia de la Piedad discovered that her back was paved with leeches. She took them off one by one, crushing them with a firebrand before they bled her to death. — Gabriel Garcia Marquez
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Reaching The End Sayings By John Green: He - that's Simon Bolivar - was shaken by the overwhelming revelation that the headlong He - that's Simon Bolivar - was shaken by the overwhelming revelation that the headlong race between his misfortunes and his dreams was at that moment reaching the finish line. The rest was darkness. Damn it," he sighed. "'How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!'
"So what's the labyrinth?" I asked her.
"That's the mystery, isn't it? Is the labyrinth living or dying? Which is he trying to escape - the world or the end of it? — John Green
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Reaching The End Sayings By Atle Jarnaes Leroy: You never let go of your dreams. They're meant to be pursued. And even though You never let go of your dreams. They're meant to be pursued. And even though it might be hard reaching them, they'll pay off in the end. — Atle Jarnaes Leroy
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Reaching The End Sayings By Anna Blanc: The one opinion that matters and the only correct evaluation of you is what the The one opinion that matters and the only correct evaluation of you is what the Lord thinks. He has made clear the standards He holds for us if we long to be pleasing in His sight. If we live sincerely reaching for holiness and humility, if we sing with our end goal being to bring Him pleasure and glory, then we are successful in His eyes. — Anna Blanc
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Reaching The End Sayings By Jerry Fodor: If it isn't literally true that my wanting is causally responsible for my reaching, and If it isn't literally true that my wanting is causally responsible for my reaching, and my itching is causally responsible for my scratching, and my believing is causally responsible for my saying ... If none of that is literally true, then practically everything I believe about anything is false and it's the end of the world. — Jerry Fodor
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Reaching The End Sayings By Rhea Rhodan: What do you mean I can't have my parasol back?""Even if it wasn't evidence, your What do you mean I can't have my parasol back?"

"Even if it wasn't evidence, your umbrella has been illegally modified."

"Illegally modified? That's reaching a bit, don't you think, Officer?" Officer? Evidence? What?

"Confiscating an umbrella with a spring-loaded twelve-inch spike on the end that maimed three men can hardly be called reaching, Ms. Sinclair. — Rhea Rhodan
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Reaching The End Sayings By A. Violet End: I've got something for you," he crooned, reaching down and putting my wedding band back I've got something for you," he crooned, reaching down and putting my wedding band back on my finger. The huge diamond ring sparkled in a spotlight against the familiar darkness - the darkness of the bedroom where Tristan had perpetrated so many drug-induced sex acts against me. "You forgot your finest jewelry at home. Never leave home without it. — A. Violet End
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Reaching The End Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Death lurks in the shadows, just out of view. Now and then I see his Death lurks in the shadows, just out of view.

Now and then I see his reaching hand, uncertain of the blurry image that passes before my eyes, but conscious of the crippling influence of his touch.

Some say Death rears an ugly head, so hideous a view the beholder can scarcely gasp their last breath. Others call him beautiful, a sweet relief to look upon. But these are rumors babbled by the unknowing. For Death is like the gorgon, Medusa, who when perceived, turns the body to stone.

Those who know Death take the knowledge of his shadowed face with them to wherever it is he leads our dearly departed by the hand. All who are left behind must wait their turn to glance into the eyes of the one who will close our mouths forever. — Richelle E. Goodrich
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Reaching The End Sayings By Penny Reid: As a child psychiatrist, I knew too much about the statistics of foster care - As a child psychiatrist, I knew too much about the statistics of foster care - less than one percent graduate college with a bachelor's degree, more than fifty percent of foster kids end up homeless after reaching eighteen, and most are dead by twenty-six. — Penny Reid
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Reaching The End Sayings By Tim Birkhead: One of the most remarkable of all ornithological discoveries was the realisation that birds in One of the most remarkable of all ornithological discoveries was the realisation that birds in temperate regions undergo enormous seasonal changes in their internal organs...Perhaps the most far-reaching discovery relating to these changes was the finding in the 1970s that parts of the brain also varied in size across the year...The centres in the avian brain that control the acquisition and delivery of song in male birds shrink at the end of the breeding season and grow again in the following year. — Tim Birkhead
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Reaching The End Sayings By Michael Parenti: In the end I created a career of my own, concentrating on my writing and In the end I created a career of my own, concentrating on my writing and lecturing, reaching larger audiences than I would had I ended up with tenure and a full teaching load. It was Virginia Woolf who said that it is terrible to be frozen out of a sacred tradition-but even more terrible to be frozen into it. — Michael Parenti
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Reaching The End Sayings By Malachi Black: Now I can see: even the trees are tired: they are bones bent forward in Now I can see: even the trees
are tired: they are bones bent forward


in a skin of wind, leaning in
osteoporosis, reaching


for a little more than any
oxygen can give: when living


is in season, they can live;
but living is no reason


to continue: everything begins:
and everything is desperate


to extend: and everything is
insufficient in the end:


and everything is ending:
Now I can see: even the trees — Malachi Black
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Reaching The End Sayings By Lexi Thompson: Sometimes, it just gets mentally tough, but at the end of the day, I'm playing Sometimes, it just gets mentally tough, but at the end of the day, I'm playing golf for a living. And reaching out to a huge fan base and knowing people are following my progress and looking up to me means the world to me. So if all I have to do is some photo shoots and answer questions, that's nothing to me. That's part of my life. — Lexi Thompson
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Reaching The End Sayings By Kiersten White: She leaned in and hugged me. "I know. Thanks. I love you, too. And for She leaned in and hugged me. "I know. Thanks. I love you, too. And for the record, Cheyenne and Landon are soul mates and if they don't end up together, I want you to find a poltergeist to haunt the Easton Heights writers."
She pulled back, smiling at me, then reaching out to ruffle Lend's hair. "Take care of each other, you two obnoxious kids."
Then, throwing her shoulders back and staring straight forward, she walked through the gate. I watched, dreading seeing her turn into dust or something, but gasped in relief and joy as her ruined, unnaturally preserved body blossomed into something new, something strong and proud and undeniably alive.
She turned back, just once, and although she was nearly unrecognizable, I could see our Arianna in her smile that managed to maintain its trademark ironic twist.
"I'm going to miss her," I said.
"What?" Lend shouted.
"I said, I'm going to miss her!"
"I can't hear you! I'm going to miss her! — Kiersten White
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Reaching The End Sayings By Dew Platt: The pursuit of a dream has a supernatural sense to it. It is a reaching The pursuit of a dream has a supernatural sense to it. It is a reaching beyond the moment towards a momentum meeting probability meeting hope. The human subsists to the dream in the beginning. But the mathematical measures of realization are never quite tangible. That money is the true worth of a dream is an illusion and money should subsist to the human in the end. — Dew Platt
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Reaching The End Sayings By Konstantin Tsiolkovsky: For me, a rocket is only a meansonly a method of reaching the depths of For me, a rocket is only a means
only a method of reaching the depths of space
and not an end in itself ... There's no doubt that it's very important to have rocket ships since they will help mankind to settle elsewhere in the universe. But what I'm working for is this resettling ... The whole idea is to move away from the Earth to settlements in space. — Konstantin Tsiolkovsky
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Reaching The End Sayings By Patrick Rothfuss: After an awkward pause, Bast extended his hand. Chronicler hesitated for a bare moment before After an awkward pause, Bast extended his hand. Chronicler hesitated for a bare moment before reaching out quickly, as if he were sticking his hand into a fire.
Nothing happened, both of them seemed moderately surprised.
"Amazing, isn't it?" Kvothe addressed them bitingly. "Five fingers and flesh with blood beneath. One could almost believe that on the other end of that hand lay a person of some sort. — Patrick Rothfuss
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Reaching The End Sayings By Dee Williams: Whose idea was it that we should all get jobs, work faster, work better, race Whose idea was it that we should all get jobs, work faster, work better, race from place to place with our brains stewing on tweets, blogs, and sound bites, on must-see movies, must-do experiences, must-have gadgets, when in the end, all any of us will have is our simple beating heart, reaching up for the connection to whoever might be in the room or leaning into our mattress as we draw our last breath? — Dee Williams
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Reaching The End Sayings By Charlie N. Holmberg: Reaching into her pack again, Ceony pulled out a simple bookmark, long and pointed at Reaching into her pack again, Ceony pulled out a simple bookmark, long and pointed at one end. She handed it to Zina.
Her sister crooked an eyebrow. "Uh, what is this?"
"A bookmark," Ceony explained. "Just tell it the title of the book you're reading and leave it on the nightstand. It will keep track of what page you're on by itself." She pointed to the center of the bookmark, where she'd overlaid a small square of paper. "The page number will appear here, in my handwriting. It should work for your sketchbooks, too."
Zina snorted. "Weird. Thanks. — Charlie N. Holmberg
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Reaching The End Sayings By Leah Stewart: Once you know the end of the story, every part of the story contains that Once you know the end of the story, every part of the story contains that end, and is only a way of reaching it. — Leah Stewart
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Reaching The End Sayings By Jeff Lindsay: Deborah did not seem quite as impressed as I was. She trailed along behind Matthews Deborah did not seem quite as impressed as I was. She trailed along behind Matthews with a wicked scowl on her face, shoving at any reporter foolish enough to get in her way, and generally acting like she had just been indicted for waterboarding. I followed the happy little group through the crowd until Matthews reached the front door, where Mr. and Mrs. Aldovar were waiting to smother their wayward daughter with hugs and kisses and tears. It was an extremely touching scene, and Captain Matthews played it perfectly, as if he had been rehearsing for months. He stood beside the family group and beamed at them as the parents snuffled and Samantha scowled and finally, when he could sense that the reporters were reaching the end of their attention span, he stepped in front of them and held up a hand. Just — Jeff Lindsay
Reaching The End Sayings By Justin Hayward: Nights in white satin never reaching the endLetters I've written never meaning to sendBeauty I'd Nights in white satin never reaching the end
Letters I've written never meaning to send
Beauty I'd always missed with these eyes before
Just what the truth is I can't say any more
Cause I love you
Yes I love you
Oh how I love you — Justin Hayward
Reaching The End Sayings By Salman Rushdie: If you listen to the urban speech patterns in India you'll find it's quite characteristic If you listen to the urban speech patterns in India you'll find it's quite characteristic that a sentence will begin in one language, go through a second language and end in a third. It's the very playful, very natural result of juggling languages. You are always reaching for the most appropriate phrase. — Salman Rushdie
Reaching The End Sayings By Owen Feltham: Arrogance is a weed which grows upon a dunghill; it is from the rankness of Arrogance is a weed which grows upon a dunghill; it is from the rankness of the soil that she has her height and spreadings: witness, clowns, fools, and fellows, who from nothing, are lifted up some few steps on fortune's ladder: where, seeing the glorious representment of honour above them, they are so eager to embrace it, that they strive to leap thither at once, and by over-reaching themselves in the way, they fail of the end, and fall. — Owen Feltham
Reaching The End Sayings By Aspen Matis: I had feared this end, wondered where I would go from it, from the moment I had feared this end, wondered where I would go from it, from the moment I first stepped on this footpath in the desert. But I found I was not afraid of reaching it now. I was happy. I hadn't found every answer for where I was going, but I now had all I needed to take these next steps. I knew I would do what I needed to become a writer now. — Aspen Matis
Reaching The End Sayings By Teju Cole: I often paint a detailed picture in my mind of what I would like the I often paint a detailed picture in my mind of what I would like the end of my life to look like. I think of saying goodbye to Clara and other people I love, then I picture an empty house, perhaps a large, rambling rural mansion somewhere near the marshes where I grew up; I imagine a bath upstairs, which I can fill with warm water; and I think of music playing all through this big house, Crescent, maybe, or Ascension, filling the spaces not taken up by my solitude, reaching me in the bath, so that when I slip across the one-way border, I do so to the accompaniment of modal harmonies heard from far away. — Teju Cole
Reaching The End Sayings By Taylor Swift: Real life is a funny thing, you know. In real life, saying the right thing Real life is a funny thing, you know. In real life, saying the right thing at the right moment is beyond crucial. So crucial, in fact, that most of us start to hesitate, for fear of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. But lately what I've begun to fear more that that is letting the moment pass without saying anything.
I think most of us fear reaching the end of our life, and looking back, regretting the moments we didn't speak up. When we didn't say "I love you." When we should've said "I'm Sorry." When we didn't stand up for ourselves or some one who needed help. — Taylor Swift
Reaching The End Sayings By Matt Blaze: If we try to prohibit encryption or discourage it or make it more difficult to If we try to prohibit encryption or discourage it or make it more difficult to use, we're going to suffer the consequences that will be far reaching and very difficult to reverse, and we seem to have realized that in the wake of the September 11th attacks. To the extent there is any reason to be hopeful, perhaps that's where we'll end up here. — Matt Blaze
Reaching The End Sayings By Cameron Jace: Sometimes, when we're fixated on reaching the end, we miss the important things along the Sometimes, when we're fixated on reaching the end, we miss the important things along the way. — Cameron Jace
Reaching The End Sayings By Samantha Ettus: We all like to look forward to things. Incentivize yourself with a reward - a We all like to look forward to things. Incentivize yourself with a reward - a massage, dinner with a friend, a night watching your favorite show, a yoga class on Saturday morning. Visualizing a reward at the end of the to-do tunnel may help with reaching goals/completing tasks. — Samantha Ettus
Reaching The End Sayings By Jim Morrison: We're reaching for death on the end of a candle We're trying for something that's We're reaching for death
on the end of a candle
We're trying for something
that's already found us — Jim Morrison
Reaching The End Sayings By Octavio Paz: We go along, without a fixed itinerary, yet at the same time with an end We go along, without a fixed itinerary, yet at the same time with an end (what end?) in mind, and with the aim of reaching the end. A search for the end, a dread of the end: the obverse and the reverse of the same act. — Octavio Paz
Reaching The End Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: Humanity is reaching the end of the evolutionary stage of ego. The closer we get Humanity is reaching the end of the evolutionary stage of ego. The closer we get to the end, the more dysfunctional humanity becomes. — Eckhart Tolle
Reaching The End Sayings By Ernest Agyemang Yeboah: True success is not the end of the journey; true success is a journey without True success is not the end of the journey; true success is a journey without an end. So many people relax after achieving something and they forget the undone. They neglect their untapped destiny and they halt their journey of life not reaching their real and true destination. Whilst we have life, we must live life. Whilst we have life, we must give a true meaning to life. Whilst we have life, we must dare to do the undone; though the road is weary; though we may be having a sense of fulfillment, and though we might have done something! Let us awake and pursue with all zeal and tenacity until we get to the real end of our true purpose and destiny, such that long after we are gone, the voice of our footprints will speak to inspire, build and raise a generation of champions ! — Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Reaching The End Sayings By Christopher Paolini: The silver-haired elf woman Yaela had knelt by the side of the grave, taken an The silver-haired elf woman Yaela had knelt by the side of the grave, taken an acorn from the pouch on her belt, and planted it directly above Wyrden's chest. And then the twelve elves, Arya included, sang to the acorn, which took root and sprouted and grew twining upward, reaching and grasping toward the sky like a clutch of hands. When the elves had finished, the leafy oak stood twenty feet high, with long strings of green flowers at the end of every branch. Eragon had thought it was the nicest burial he had ever attended. — Christopher Paolini
Reaching The End Sayings By Timothy Keller: It has been said that D. M. Lloyd-Jones wasn't always excited by people taking notes It has been said that D. M. Lloyd-Jones wasn't always excited by people taking notes on his sermons. He felt that that was more appropriate to a lecture. The job of the preacher, he believed, was to make the knowledge live. Lloyd-Jones and Edwards believed preaching should aim to make an impression on the listener, and that impression is more important than "information takeaways." I would say that it's fine if listeners are taking notes in the first part of the sermon, but if they are doing so at the end, you are probably not reaching their affections. — Timothy Keller
Reaching The End Sayings By Lucinda Rosenfeld: Oh, she was okay, just tired, tired of trying to be the one you wanted, Oh, she was okay, just tired, tired of trying to be the one you wanted, the one you couldn't live without, the one you found yourself reaching out an arm for as she teetered from crisis to crisis to crisis only to collapse in your bed at the end of the day, a tortured sylph in black lace. Except she never really was. And you never really did. Or maybe you did for one night. The next night was another matter. It turned out the world was filled with beautiful girls.
It turned out being beautiful wasn't nearly enough — Lucinda Rosenfeld
Reaching The End Sayings By Plato: Is it not true that the clever rogue is like the runner who runs well Is it not true that the clever rogue is like the runner who runs well for the first half of the course, but flags before reaching the goal: he is quick off the mark, but ends in disgrace and slinks away crestfallen and uncrowned. The crown is the prize of the really good runner who perseveres to the end. — Plato
Reaching The End Sayings By David S.E. Zapanta: He pinched the remaining chapters' pages delicately between his fingers and sighed. He always hated He pinched the remaining chapters' pages delicately between his fingers and sighed. He always hated reaching the end of a good book. — David S.E. Zapanta
Reaching The End Sayings By Shannon L. Alder: Christ's version of kindness: I know you are hurt. I contributed to that. Maybe, I Christ's version of kindness:
I know you are hurt. I contributed to that. Maybe, I should have said more. Done more. Listened. I am sorry for my part in the situation. I am sorry if I caused you any pain or confused you with my actions or words. How can I help you move on? I want you to have peace in your life. Let's end this by communicating.
The world's perverted version of kindness:
You caused your own pain. You get what you get. Get over it and move on. Maybe, one day you will figure out what happiness really means. By the way, I am not responsible for giving it to you. Nor, do I have to put up with people that don't bring me joy or who I can't trust. I am only responsible for myself. I will pray for you because I am a good Christian. — Shannon L. Alder
Reaching The End Sayings By William James: The only function that one experience can perform is to lead into another experience; and The only function that one experience can perform is to lead into another experience; and the only fulfillment we can speak of isthe reaching of a certain experienced end. When one experience leads to (or can lead to) the same end as another, they agree in function. — William James
Reaching The End Sayings By Steven J. Charbonneau: One day an intrepid sole will climb this mountain on its east side, reaching the One day an intrepid sole will climb this mountain on its east side, reaching the summit and the passage that exist between the main peak and secondary peaks, by which he can descend to the west side of the mountain. It is at this site near Lake Brunner, between the main peak and an adjacent stone pyramid, in a "hidden cave" that has been sealed by earthquakes common in the region ... where lust for Inca gold must end for some ... but for that intrepid sole ... it shall be just the beginning! — Steven J. Charbonneau
Reaching The End Sayings By Taylor Swift: Most of us fear reaching the end of our life regretting moments when we didn't Most of us fear reaching the end of our life regretting moments when we didn't speak up, say I love you, or say I'm sorry. — Taylor Swift
Reaching The End Sayings By Steven M. Greer: We're reaching the point where the Earth will have to end the burden we've placed We're reaching the point where the Earth will have to end the burden we've placed on her, if we don't lift the burden ourselves. — Steven M. Greer
Reaching The End Sayings By B.L. Alley: Life is too short to start at the beginning after reaching the end. Life is too short to start at the beginning after reaching the end. — B.L. Alley
Reaching The End Sayings By John Glenday: This is my formula for the fall of things:we come to a river we always This is my formula for the fall of things:
we come to a river we always knew we'd have to cross.
It ferries the twilight down through fieldworks
of corn and half-blown sunflowers.
The only sounds, one lost cicada calling to itself
and the piping of a bird that will never have a name.
Now tell me there is a pause
where we know there should be an end;
then tell me you too imagined it this way
with our shadows never quite touching the river
and the river never quite reaching the sea. — John Glenday
Reaching The End Sayings By Ally Condie: Reaching and reached. Cassia Reaching and reached. Cassia — Ally Condie
Reaching The End Sayings By Tool: With my feet upon the ground, I lose myself between the sounds and open wide With my feet upon the ground, I lose myself between the sounds and open wide to suck it in; I feel it move across my skin. Reaching up and reaching out, I'm reaching for the random or whatever will bewilder me. Following our will and wind, we may just go where no one's been. Let's ride the spiral to the end, we may just go where no one's been ... — Tool
Reaching The End Sayings By David Levithan: What about you?" I ask her. "What do you think I should read next?" She What about you?" I ask her. "What do you think I should read next?" She takes my hand and leads me to the children's section. She looks around for a second, then heads over to a display at the front. I see a certain green book sitting there and panic. "No! Not that one!" I say. But she isn't reaching for the green book. She's reaching for Harold and the Purple Crayon. "What could you possibly have against Harold and the Purple Crayon?" she asks. "I'm sorry. I thought you were heading for The Giving Tree." Rhiannon looks at me like I'm an insane duck. "I absolutely HATE The Giving Tree." I am so relieved. "Thank goodness. That would've been the end of us, had that been your favorite book." "Here - take my arms! Take my legs!" "Take my head! Take my shoulders!" "Because that's what love's about!" "That kid is, like, the jerk of the century," I say, relieved that Rhiannon will know what I mean. "The biggest jerk in the history of all literature, — David Levithan
Reaching The End Sayings By Steve Case: The real magic in National Geographic isn't how much money they have left at the The real magic in National Geographic isn't how much money they have left at the end of the year. It's the fact that through their overall focus they are reaching hundreds of millions of people and educating people about the world. It just happens to be done in a business-oriented kind of way that is more sustainable. — Steve Case
Reaching The End Sayings By Victor Hugo: The next day, the day after, every day, he had to begin again. M. Mabeuf The next day, the day after, every day, he had to begin again. M. Mabeuf went out with a book and came back with a little money. As the secondhand bookstall keepers saw that he was forced to sell, they bought from him for twenty sous what he had paid twenty francs for. Sometimes to the same booksellers. Volume by volume, the whole library disappeared. At times he would say, "But I am eighty years old," as if he had some lingering hope of reaching the end of his days before reaching the end of his books. — Victor Hugo
Reaching The End Sayings By Christine Swanson: Honestly, on so many levels, I feel like motherhood has prepared me even better for Honestly, on so many levels, I feel like motherhood has prepared me even better for directing than film school because all it is is troubleshooting and dealing with different personalities and emotions and trying to make everybody happy and at the end of the day reaching your own personal goals and agendas. — Christine Swanson
Reaching The End Sayings By Rafael Sabatini: Without entering here into a dissertation upon the historical romance, it may be said that Without entering here into a dissertation upon the historical romance, it may be said that in proper hands it has been and should continue to be one of the most valued and valuable expressions of the literary art. To render and maintain it so, however, it is necessary that certain well-defined limits should be set upon the licence which its writers are to enjoy; it is necessary that the work should be honest work; that preparation for it should be made by a sound, painstaking study of the period to be represented, to the end that a true impression may first be formed and then conveyed. Thus, considering how much more far-reaching is the novel than any other form of literature, the good results that must wait upon such endeavours are beyond question. The neglect of them - the distortion of character to suit the romancer's ends, the like distortion of historical facts, the gross anachronisms arising out of a lack of study, have done much to bring the historical romance into disrepute. — Rafael Sabatini
Reaching The End Sayings By Karen Quan: When you're reaching the end of the semester and you just wanna die. Coffin Making When you're reaching the end of the semester and you just wanna die. Coffin Making 101 is literally killing me.
-Karen Quan and Jarod Kintz — Karen Quan
Reaching The End Sayings By Simone Elkeles: With that, I follow my little chem partner out of the room and down the With that, I follow my little chem partner out of the room and down the hall.
"Stop following me," she snaps, looking over her shoulder to check how many people are watching us walk down the hall together.
As if I'm el diablo himself.
"Wear long sleeves on Saturday night," I tell her, knowing full well she's reaching the end of her sanity rope. I usually don't try to get under the skin of white chicks, but this one is fun to rattle. This one, the most popular and coveted one of all, actually cares. "It gets pretty cold on the back of my motorcycle. — Simone Elkeles
Reaching The End Sayings By Laura Wiess: When someone threatens suicide, when they tell somebody they're going to do it beforehand they're When someone threatens suicide, when they tell somebody they're going to do it beforehand they're reaching out, hoping someone will stop them. The problem is that people who aren't depressed don't always understand that and have a hard time believing it. To them, the idea of killing yourself to end pain is inconceivable. They think it's nothing but drama or a bid for attention and if they ignore it or reason with them, they'll come to their senses and life will go back to normal. [ ... ] Most times it doesn't happen that way. The ones who don't tell anyone beforehand ... They've already made their decision and planned it all out to make sure they succeed. We find them after the fact, when it's too late. — Laura Wiess
Reaching The End Sayings By Pauline Kael: We may be reaching the end of the era in which individual movies meant something We may be reaching the end of the era in which individual movies meant something to people. In the new era, movies may just mean a barrage of images. — Pauline Kael
Reaching The End Sayings By Carlos Castaneda: Inner silence works from the moment you begin to accrue it. What the old sorcerers Inner silence works from the moment you begin to accrue it. What the old sorcerers were after was the final dramatic, end result of reaching that individual threshold of silence. — Carlos Castaneda
Reaching The End Sayings By Theodore Parker: The whole sum and substance of human history may be reduced to this maxim: that The whole sum and substance of human history may be reduced to this maxim: that when man departs from the divine means of reaching the divine end, he suffers harm and loss. — Theodore Parker
Reaching The End Sayings By Ruta Sepetys: Tadas was sent to the principal today," announced Jonas at dinner. He wedged a huge Tadas was sent to the principal today," announced Jonas at dinner. He wedged a huge piece of sausage into his small mouth.
"Why?" I asked.
"Because he talked about hell," sputtered Jonas, juice from the plump sausage dribbling down his chin.
"Jonas, don't speak with your mouth full. Take smaller pieces," scolded Mother.
"Sorry," said Jonas with his moth stuffed. "It's good." He finished chewing. I took a bite of sausage. It was warm and the skin was deliciously salty.
"Tadas told one of the girls that hell is the worst place ever and there's no escape for all eternity."
"Now why would Tadas be talking of hell?" asked Papa, reaching for the vegetables.
"Because his father told him that if Stalin comes to Lithuania, we'll all end up there. — Ruta Sepetys
Reaching The End Sayings By Erik Weihenmayer: Success is not just the crowning moment, the spiking of the ball in the end Success is not just the crowning moment, the spiking of the ball in the end zone or the raising of the flag on the summit. It is the whole process of reaching for a goal and, sometimes, it begins with failure. — Erik Weihenmayer
Reaching The End Sayings By Haruki Murakami: One by one, I'll face the tasks before me and complete them as best I One by one, I'll face the tasks before me and complete them as best I can. Focusing on each stride forward, but at the same time taking a long-range view, scanning the scenery as far ahead as I can. I am, after all, a long distance runner.
My time, the rank I attain, my outward appearance - all of these are secondary. For a runner like me, what's really important is reaching the goal I set myself, under my own power. I give it everything I have, endure what needs enduring, and am able, in my own way, to be satisfied. From out of the failures and joys I always try to come away having grasped a concrete lesson. (It's got to be concrete, no matter how small it is.) And I hope that, over time, as one race follows another, in the end I'll reach a place I'm content with. Or maybe just catch a glimpse of it. — Haruki Murakami
Reaching The End Sayings By Michael Chabon: It would please him well enough to amount to no more in the end than It would please him well enough to amount to no more in the end than a single great organ of detection, reaching into blankness for a clue. — Michael Chabon
Reaching The End Sayings By Maxwell Maltz: His experiments proved that the best way to break a habit is to form a His experiments proved that the best way to break a habit is to form a clear mental image of the desired end result, and to practice without effort towards reaching that goal. Dunlap found that either "positive practice" (refraining from the habit) or "negative practice" (performing the habit consciously and voluntarily) would have beneficial effect provided the desired end result was kept constantly in mind. — Maxwell Maltz
Reaching The End Sayings By Marisha Pessl: Maybe it was a consequence of reaching the end of the end, finding out the Maybe it was a consequence of reaching the end of the end, finding out the dark, mad, gleaming tale had concluded the only way it could in the real world
with mortal people doing mortal things, a father and daughter, facing their deaths. — Marisha Pessl
Reaching The End Sayings By Julie Highmore: Once more, he was immersing himself in books, reaching the end of long articles, even Once more, he was immersing himself in books, reaching the end of long articles, even going back over paragraphs to make sure he'd grasped things. How much more satisfying it was than all that skimming, all that jumping around. At present, he was working his way, deliciously, through a book on Mendel, the father of genetics. A man who might not have spend seven years watching peas, if he'd had the internet. — Julie Highmore
Reaching The End Sayings By Norman Rockwell: The remarks about my reaching the age of Social Security and coming to the end The remarks about my reaching the age of Social Security and coming to the end of the road, they jolted me. And that was good. Because I sure as hell had no intention of just sitting around for the rest of my life. So I'd whip out the paints and really go to it. — Norman Rockwell
Reaching The End Sayings By Elizabeth Bourgeret: Communication, intimacy and trust. Three of the most important ingredients that make a relationship last. Communication, intimacy and trust. Three of the most important ingredients that make a relationship last. Not the only ingredients, of course, but without these main staples, a couple can stay together but the relationship will end up being hollow, never reaching that deeper meaning that was created specifically for two people in love. — Elizabeth Bourgeret
Reaching The End Sayings By Yiannis Stournaras: Our problem is not adopting reforms, which we will do without question. It is not Our problem is not adopting reforms, which we will do without question. It is not reaching an objective, which we will meet. But it is finding an end to the recession. — Yiannis Stournaras
Reaching The End Sayings By Douglas A. Blackmon: Certainly, the great record of forced labor across the South demands that any consideration of Certainly, the great record of forced labor across the South demands that any consideration of the progress of civil rights remedy in the United States must acknowledge that slavery, real slavery, didn't end until 1945 - well into the childhoods of the black Americans who are only now reaching retirement age. The clock must be reset. — Douglas A. Blackmon
Reaching The End Sayings By Joni Eareckson Tada: Tada references the accusation in Jeremiah that the people have forsaken God as Living Water Tada references the accusation in Jeremiah that the people have forsaken God as Living Water by remembering a hiking trip from her younger days. Reaching a clear stream at the end of her trip, she emptied her canteen of the warm, metallic-tasting water and filled up on fresh water. — Joni Eareckson Tada
Reaching The End Sayings By Virginia Woolf: If behind the erratic gunfire of the press the author felt that there was another If behind the erratic gunfire of the press the author felt that there was another kind of criticism, the opinion of people readingfor the love of reading, slowly and unprofessionally, and judging with great sympathy and yet with great severity, might this not improve the quality of his work? And if by our means books were to become stronger, richer, and more varied, that would be an end worth reaching. — Virginia Woolf
Reaching The End Sayings By Megan Whalen Turner: The king lifted a hand to her cheek and kissed her. It was not a The king lifted a hand to her cheek and kissed her. It was not a kiss between strangers, not even a kiss between a bride and groom. It was a kiss between a man and his wife, and when it was over, the king closed his eyes and rested his forehead in the hollow of the queen's shoulder, like a man seeking respite, like a man reaching home at the end of the day. — Megan Whalen Turner
Reaching The End Sayings By Sarah Curtis: There was a tattoo, in block letters, low on his pelvis. She sat up on There was a tattoo, in block letters, low on his pelvis. She sat up on the edge of the bed, her hands reaching behind to grab his ass and pull him closer, so she could read it. "You have got to be shitting me, THE END ZONE, really?" — Sarah Curtis
Reaching The End Sayings By Amy Williams: Draw a line in the sand. "I will no longer be a stumbling block for Draw a line in the sand. "I will no longer be a stumbling block for my husband." With God's help, you'll find yourself being supportive, encouraging. You become his partner rather than his opponent. This attitude of obedience unfolds blessings without end, reaching your heart, his, your children, and the watching world. — Amy Williams
Reaching The End Sayings By Lionel Suggs: While I do not believe in imperative goals or ends, I do believe in a While I do not believe in imperative goals or ends, I do believe in a returning endgame. When you reach one end, it should be for conception. When you reach the next end, it should be for immortality. One should reach the state of existing and non-existing at the same time. One's goals and endgame should be metaphysical and pataphysical, stepping over the edge of logic and reason. If you are not reaching to step above ... then you belong at the bottom. — Lionel Suggs
Reaching The End Sayings By Cal Newport: if you keep interrupting your evening to check and respond to e-mail, or put aside if you keep interrupting your evening to check and respond to e-mail, or put aside a few hours after dinner to catch up on an approaching deadline, you're robbing your directed attention centers of the uninterrupted rest they need for restoration. Even if these work dashes consume only a small amount of time, they prevent you from reaching the levels of deeper relaxation in which attention restoration can occur. Only the confidence that you're done with work until the next day can convince your brain to downshift to the level where it can begin to recharge for the next day to follow. Put another way, trying to squeeze a little more work out of your evenings might reduce your effectiveness the next day enough that you end up getting less done than if you had instead respected a shutdown. — Cal Newport
Reaching The End Sayings By Nora Roberts: Moving on was always the end plan.New York,he remembered, was a fair distance away.It should Moving on was always the end plan.
New York,he remembered, was a fair distance away.It should be far enough. As for tonight, he was going to have a shot of whiskey in his tea to help smooth out the edges. Then by God, he was going to sleep if he had to bash himself over the head to accpmplish it.
And he wasn't going to give Keeley another thought.
The knock on the door had him cursing under his breath.Though she'd been doing well,his first worry was that the mare with bronchitis had taken a bad turn.He was already reaching for the boots he'd shed when he called out.
"Come in,it's open.Is it Lucy then?"
"No,it's Keeley." One brow lifted, she stood framed in the door. "But if you're expecting Lucy,I can go."
The boots dangled from his fingertips, and those fingertips had gone numb. "Lucy's a horse," he managed to say. "She doesn't often come knocking on my door. — Nora Roberts
Reaching The End Sayings By Albert Camus: As for Hitler, his professed religion unhesitatingly juxtaposed the God-Providence and Valhalla. Actually his god As for Hitler, his professed religion unhesitatingly juxtaposed the God-Providence and Valhalla. Actually his god was an argument at a political meeting and a manner of reaching an impressive climax at the end of speeches. — Albert Camus
Reaching The End Sayings By Michael Martin Hammer: The transitional concept of management is reaching the end of the road. The transitional concept of management is reaching the end of the road. — Michael Martin Hammer
Reaching The End Sayings By Walter Benjamin: The art of storytelling is reaching its end because the epic side of truth, wisdom, The art of storytelling is reaching its end because the epic side of truth, wisdom, is dying out. — Walter Benjamin
Reaching The End Sayings By Frank Bidart: - No one knows why. Perhaps her mind,ravenous, still insatiable, sensedthat to struggle with the - No one knows why. Perhaps her mind,
ravenous, still insatiable, sensed
that to struggle with the shreds of a voice
must make her artistry subtler, more refined,
more capable of expressing humiliation,
rage, betrayal ...
- Perhaps the opposite. Perhaps her spirit
loathed the unending struggle
to embody itself, to manifest itself, on a stage whose
mechanics, and suffocating customs,
seemed expressly designed to annihilate spirit ...
- I know that in Tosca, in the second act,
when, humiliated, hounded by Scarpia,
she sang Vissi d'arte
- "I lived for art" -
and in torment, bewilderment, at the end she asks,
with a voice reaching
harrowingly for the notes,
"Art has repaid me LIKE THIS? — Frank Bidart
Reaching The End Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: the prince who relies entirely on fortune is lost when it changes. I believe also the prince who relies entirely on fortune is lost when it changes. I believe also that he will be successful who directs his actions according to the spirit of the times, and that he whose actions do not accord with the times will not be successful. Because men are seen, in affairs that lead to the end which every man has before him, namely, glory and riches, to get there by various methods; one with caution, another with haste; one by force, another by skill; one by patience, another by its opposite; and each one succeeds in reaching the goal by a different method. One — Niccolo Machiavelli
Reaching The End Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: The day had been spent in the expectation of these hours, and now they were The day had been spent in the expectation of these hours, and now they were crumbling away, becoming, in their turn, another period of expectancy ... It was a journey without end, leading to an indefinite future, eternally shifting just as she was reaching the present. — Simone De Beauvoir
Reaching The End Sayings By Max Lucado: (Reaching for the Bible on the end table.) There's an answer for every occasion in (Reaching for the Bible on the end table.) There's an answer for every occasion in here. Like a map for life. — Max Lucado
Reaching The End Sayings By Emile Zola: The whole of Paris was lit up. The tiny dancing flames had bespangled the sea The whole of Paris was lit up. The tiny dancing flames had bespangled the sea of darkness from end to end of the horizon, and now, like millions of stars, they burned with a steady light in the serene summer night. There was no breath of wind to make them flicker as they hung there in space. They made the unseen city seem as vast as a firmament, reaching out into infinity. — Emile Zola
Reaching The End Sayings By James S.A. Corey: Holden stopped next to the desk and turned around to look at the woman sitting Holden stopped next to the desk and turned around to look at the woman sitting on the couch. Graying hair, but good features and an athletic build. In a flophouse like this, that probably meant a prostitute reaching the end of her shelf life. — James S.A. Corey
Reaching The End Sayings By Chester Elijah Branch: The meritocratic spectrum of self-determinist, self-help, books are as follows: on one end there's the The meritocratic spectrum of self-determinist, self-help, books are as follows: on one end there's the _ steps towards a path to true bliss. On the other end of the spectrum there's the _ steps to cope with not reaching a path of true bliss. — Chester Elijah Branch
Reaching The End Sayings By Jennifer Niven: I'm standing by the cereal, reaching for a box of Honey Nut Cheerios, when I I'm standing by the cereal, reaching for a box of Honey Nut Cheerios, when I feel my chest clenching but not unclenching. It clenches tighter and tighter, like someone has wrapped a corset around it. My palms are wet. My head is compressing, growing and shrinking at the same time. I can hear my breathing, and it's so amplified that, to my own ears, I sound like Darth Vader. A woman at the end of the aisle is frozen as she watches me. She looks scared...My breathing is getting louder, and I cover my ears to block it out. And that's when the ceiling starts to spin and the air disappears and my lungs won't stop working and I can't breathe at all. I drop everything and run away from the cart and all that food until I'm out the door. I stand in the parking lot, bent over at the waist, breathing in the fresh night air, and then I lie flat on the ground, as if this will open my lungs wider and make them work again, only the breath won't come. — Jennifer Niven
Reaching The End Sayings By Akshay Vasu: And then, they finally decided that it doesn't matter anymore whether they walked on graves, And then, they finally decided that it doesn't matter anymore whether they walked on graves, or on the walls. All that mattered was reaching the light that everyone wanted, but nobody ever reached. — Akshay Vasu
Reaching The End Sayings By David D. Burns: Reaching for the stars, perfectionists may end up clutching at air. Reaching for the stars, perfectionists may end up clutching at air. — David D. Burns
Reaching The End Sayings By Asaad Almohammad: For upon reaching his destination, a man with a past full of misfortunes can both For upon reaching his destination, a man with a past full of misfortunes can both taste the bitter drops of his sorrow and grin in triumph despite them. In reaching the desired end of his voyage there is an outbreak of joy. Even in a pyrrhic victory, a man of past and present tragedies experiences the sweetness of that unfamiliar emotion. — Asaad Almohammad
Reaching The End Sayings By David Kirk: The Way is not a religion: Christianity is the end of religion. 'Religion' means here The Way is not a religion: Christianity is the end of religion. 'Religion' means here the division between sacred and secular concerns, other-worldliness, man's reaching toward God in a way which projects his own thoughts. — David Kirk
Reaching The End Sayings By Alec Ross: A dozen years ago, the size of the cybersecurity market was just $3.5 billion. Research A dozen years ago, the size of the cybersecurity market was just $3.5 billion. Research reports valued the global cybersecurity market at $64 billion in 2011 and $78 billion in 2015; they project it to be at $120 billion by 2017. ...I expect the total market size of the cybersecurity to increase even faster, reaching $175 billion by the end of 2017. — Alec Ross