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29 Rends Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Rends Sayings By Simone De Beauvoir: One understands now the drama that rends the adolescent girl at puberty: she cannot become One understands now the drama that rends the adolescent girl at puberty: she cannot become "a grown-up" without accepting her femininity — Simone De Beauvoir
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Rends Sayings By Simone Weil: Time's violence rends the soul; by the rent eternity enters. Time's violence rends the soul; by the rent eternity enters. — Simone Weil
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Rends Sayings By Patrick Whitesell: We're in conversations with brands worldwide for a variety of artists every day. We're in conversations with brands worldwide for a variety of artists every day. — Patrick Whitesell
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Rends Sayings By Rebekah L. Pierce: Impatience is the thief of success. Impatience is the thief of success. — Rebekah L. Pierce
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Rends Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: With each divine impulse the mind rends the thin rinds of the visible and finite, With each divine impulse the mind rends the thin rinds of the visible and finite, and comes out into eternity, and inspires and expires its air. It converses with truths that have always been spoken in the world, and becomes conscious of a closer sympathy with Zeno and Arrian, than with persons in the house. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Rends Sayings By James S.A. Corey: Sure," Holden said. "I just needed to feel sorry for myself for a minute. Let's Sure," Holden said. "I just needed to feel sorry for myself for a minute. Let's go get killed by the mafia." He — James S.A. Corey
Rends Sayings By Marie Rutkoski: He didn't smile. He cupped her face with both hands. An emotion tugged at his He didn't smile. He cupped her face with both hands. An emotion tugged at his expression, a dark awe, the kind saved for a wild storm that rends the sky but doesn't ravage your existence, doesn't destroy every thing you love. The one that lets you feel saved. — Marie Rutkoski
Rends Sayings By Oliver Goldsmith: The wretch condemn'd with life to part,Still, still on hope relies;And every pang that rends The wretch condemn'd with life to part,
Still, still on hope relies;
And every pang that rends the heart
Bids expectation rise. — Oliver Goldsmith
Rends Sayings By Patrick Pearse: One of the most terrible things about the English education System in Ireland is its One of the most terrible things about the English education System in Ireland is its ruthlessness ... it is cold and mechanical, like the ruthlessness of an immensely powerful engine. A machine vast, complicated ... It grinds night and day; it obeys immutable and predetermined laws; it is as devoid of understanding, of sympathy, of imagination, as is any other piece of machinery that performs an appointed task. Into it is fed all raw human material in Ireland; it seizes upon it inexorably and rends and compresses and remoulds ... — Patrick Pearse
Rends Sayings By Kevin DeYoung: Jesus knew the difference between urgent and important. He understood that all the good things Jesus knew the difference between urgent and important. He understood that all the good things he could do were not necessarily the things he ought to do. — Kevin DeYoung
Rends Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: ... she does not resent her grief. No; the weakness of that word would make ... she does not resent her grief. No; the weakness of that word would make it a lie. To her, what hurts becomes immediately embodied: she looks on it as a thing that can be attacked, worried down, torn in shreds. Scarcely a substance herself, she grapples to conflict with abstractions. Before calamity she is a tigress; she rends her woes, shivers them in convulsed abhorrence. Pain, for her, has no result in good; tears water no harvest of wisdom; on sickness, on death itself, she looks with the eye of a rebel. Wicked, perhaps, she is, but also she is strong: and her strength has conqueredBeauty, has overcome Grace, and bound both at her side, captives peerlessly fair, and docile as fair. Even in the uttermost frenzy of energy is each maenad movement royally, imperially, incedingly upborne. ... Fallen, insurgent, banished, she remembers the heaven whereshe rebelled. — Charlotte Bronte
Rends Sayings By Mary Faustina Kowalska: O King of glory, though you hide your beauty, yet the eye of my soul O King of glory, though you hide your beauty, yet the eye of my soul rends the veil. I see the angelic choirs giving you honor without cease. — Mary Faustina Kowalska
Rends Sayings By Theodor Adorno: A thinking that approaches it objects openly, rigorously ... is also free toward its objects A thinking that approaches it objects openly, rigorously ... is also free toward its objects in the sense that it refuses to have rules prescribed to it by organized knowledge. It ... rends the veil with which society conceals them, and perceives them anew. — Theodor Adorno
Rends Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: I maintain that he is in his right mind, and that if he had not I maintain that he is in his right mind, and that if he had not been, he would have behaved more cleverly. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Rends Sayings By Ian Rush: There are a lot of famous comedians from Liverpool, then obviously the Beatles, and the There are a lot of famous comedians from Liverpool, then obviously the Beatles, and the football club. That's what people in Liverpool are passionate about. — Ian Rush
Rends Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" Psalm 22:1 We here behold the My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" Psalm 22:1 We here behold the Saviour in the depth of his sorrows. No other place so well shows the griefs of Christ as Calvary, and no other moment at Calvary is so full of agony as that in which his cry rends the air--"My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" At this moment physical weakness was united with acute mental torture from the shame and ignominy through which he had to pass; and to make his grief culminate with emphasis, he suffered spiritual agony surpassing all expression, resulting from the departure of his Father's presence. This was the black midnight of his horror; then it was that he descended the abyss of suffering. No man can enter into the full meaning of these words. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Rends Sayings By Morgan Llywelyn: Waiting is worse than knowing. Grief rends the heart cleanly, that it may begin to Waiting is worse than knowing. Grief rends the heart cleanly, that it may begin to heal; waiting shreds the spirit. — Morgan Llywelyn
Rends Sayings By Isabella L. Bird: Oh! To be beyond the pale once more, out of civilization into savagery? I abhor Oh! To be beyond the pale once more, out of civilization into savagery? I abhor civilization! — Isabella L. Bird
Rends Sayings By Donald Ray Pollock: When I first started out, I was trying to write stories about nurses and lawyers When I first started out, I was trying to write stories about nurses and lawyers and a lot of people I didn't know anything about, and they just weren't working. — Donald Ray Pollock
Rends Sayings By Michael Bruce: In every pang that rends the heart the Man of Sorrows has a part. In every pang that rends the heart the Man of Sorrows has a part. — Michael Bruce
Rends Sayings By Miguel De Cervantes: My honor is dearer to me than my life. My honor is dearer to me than my life. — Miguel De Cervantes
Rends Sayings By Janet Morris: Only from chaos does order come. The angry Fates bring death where they will, when Only from chaos does order come. The angry Fates bring death where they will, when war is king, says Enlil, storm god of the armies, and the tip of his crown rends the clouds above their heads. "Wheresoever I rule, death comes shambling after. So it has always been, is, and will be." — Janet Morris
Rends Sayings By James Baldwin: Time catches up with kingdoms and crushes them, gets its teeth into doctrines and rends Time catches up with kingdoms and crushes them, gets its teeth into doctrines and rends them; time reveals the foundations on which any kingdom rests, and eats at those foundations, and it destroys doctrines by proving them to be untrue. — James Baldwin
Rends Sayings By Daniel Webster: I regard it (the Constitution) as the work of the purest patriots and wisest statesman I regard it (the Constitution) as the work of the purest patriots and wisest statesman that ever existed, aided by the smiles of a benign Providence; it almost appears a Divine interposition in our behalf ... the hand that destroys our Constitution rends our Union asunder forever. — Daniel Webster
Rends Sayings By James Lee Burke: I believe every ... man remembers the girl he thinks he should have married. She I believe every ... man remembers the girl he thinks he should have married. She reappears to him in his lonely moments, or he sees her in the face of a young girl in the park, buying a snowball under an oak tree by the baseball diamond. But she belongs to back there, to somebody else, and that thought sometimes rends your heart in a way that you never share with anyone else. — James Lee Burke
Rends Sayings By Nikos Kazantzakis: Is he good? Or is he bad? That's the only thing I ask nowadays. And Is he good? Or is he bad? That's the only thing I ask nowadays. And as I grow older - I'd swear this on the last crust I eat - I feel I shan't even go on asking that! Whether a man's good or bad, I'm sorry for him, for all of 'em. The sight of a man just rends my insides, even if I act as though I don't care a damn! There he is, poor devil, I think, he also eats and drinks and makes love and is frightened, whoever he is: he has his God and his devil just the same, and he'll peg out and lie as stiff as a board beneath the ground and be food for worms, just the same. Poor devil! We're all brothers! All worm-meat! — Nikos Kazantzakis
Rends Sayings By Greg Rucka: For every person who passes on the opportunity to write Spider-Man or Superman, I guarantee For every person who passes on the opportunity to write Spider-Man or Superman, I guarantee there are 5000 hungry writers who would give their eye-teeth to do it. But just because they want to do it, it doesn't mean they are capable of doing it. — Greg Rucka
Rends Sayings By Jon Jones: I know you have been waiting on hold for 40 minutes, but I can't answer I know you have been waiting on hold for 40 minutes, but I can't answer your question. — Jon Jones
Rends Sayings By James S.A. Corey: You've got a pit bull on one side of you and a rottweiler on the You've got a pit bull on one side of you and a rottweiler on the other, first thing you do is drop your steak. Miller — James S.A. Corey