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S Diary Sayings By George Grossmith: It's the diary that makes the man. It's the diary that makes the man. — George Grossmith
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S Diary Sayings By S. Kelley Harrell: If I can only write my memoir once, how do I edit it? If I can only write my memoir once, how do I edit it? — S. Kelley Harrell
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S Diary Sayings By Breaking Benjamin: Something's getting in the way something's just about to break, I will try to find Something's getting in the way something's just about to break, I will try to find a place in the Diary of Jane, as I burn another page as I look the other way, I still try ti find my place in the Diary of Jane, so tell me how it should be — Breaking Benjamin
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S Diary Sayings By Sam Taylor: I look back at the thousands of days through which I have lived, and feel I look back at the thousands of days through which I have lived, and feel awed by their inconsequentiality. My life resembles the writing in my diary (or perhaps it's the other way around): the days, like the sentences, each making a kind of superficial sense of their own, but in the context of the surrounding sentences and days, creating not a narrative or a meaning, but the very opposite: a riddle without solutions, a labyrinth without exits. A chaos. — Sam Taylor
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S Diary Sayings By Rae Earl: There is never just one bitch in a fat, mad girl's life. There is never just one bitch in a fat, mad girl's life. — Rae Earl
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S Diary Sayings By Angie Klink: December 29, 1946: Snowing this morning. The year seems to be dying in a light December 29, 1946: Snowing this morning. The year seems to be dying in a light white blanket. Only three more days of this year, then comes a new one. Then, what? No one knows.
Diary of Bertha Kate Gaddis who passed away 6 months later, age 78, West Lafayette, IN. — Angie Klink
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S Diary Sayings By Mara Amberly: The pieces of the puzzle are visible, but not the grand design. Images flicker and The pieces of the puzzle are visible, but not the grand design. Images flicker and dance like memories, hinting at events to come. They scatter the moment I reach for them only to re-form to taunt me. I who never truly possessed them, nor may I ever.
They do tell me this: a time of great change approaches and it's not enough to watch. We must act. We can't count on others to do our work for us or all may be lost.
- Oracle Lilian's Diary, Winter of 3765 — Mara Amberly
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S Diary Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: During the first months in Rome, my clandestine Italian diary is the only thing that During the first months in Rome, my clandestine Italian diary is the only thing that consoles me, that gives me stability. Often, awake and restless in the middle of the night, I go to the desk to compose some paragraphs in Italian. It's an absolutely secret project. No one suspects, no one knows. I don't recognize the person who is writing in this diary, in this new, approximate language. But I know that it's the most genuine, most vulnerable part of me. — Jhumpa Lahiri
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S Diary Sayings By Gordon Korman: Jonah spoke what everyone was thinking. "Wouldn't it be Twilight Zone if the door was Jonah spoke what everyone was thinking. "Wouldn't it be Twilight Zone if the door was open, too?"
Hamilton tried the knob. It didn't budge.
Ian stepped forward and examined the lock. "Natalie's diary has better security than this." He produced a credit card and slipped it between the latch and the jamb. There was a click, and the door swung wide. — Gordon Korman
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S Diary Sayings By Anne Frank: I don't think my opinions are stupid but other people do, so it's better to I don't think my opinions are stupid but other people do, so it's better to keep them to myself. — Anne Frank
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S Diary Sayings By Pia Pera: No man can resist a woman who has an apple in her hand. It's theological. No man can resist a woman who has an apple in her hand. It's theological. A woman with an apple in her hand is the first woman, the only woman in the world. And he is the first man, he stumbles on love and he cant shake it,never,ever,ever.. — Pia Pera
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S Diary Sayings By Jennifer Mathieu: It's like when we read The Diary of Anne Frank in seventh grade, and I It's like when we read The Diary of Anne Frank in seventh grade, and I had the sneaking suspicion that I would have been a Nazi back then because I wouldn't have had the guts to be anything else. Because I would have been too scared to not go along with the majority. Like, I would have been a passive sort of Nazi, but I still would have been a Nazi. I never said anything out loud, of course, but I remember reading that book in Ms. Peterson's class and everyone was all, "Oh, I would've helped Anne. I would have rebelled. I don't understand how people could have allowed this to happen, blah blah blah." I mean, — Jennifer Mathieu
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S Diary Sayings By Elizabeth Scott: All right, you caught me. I'm secretly obsessed with you and spend all my free All right, you caught me. I'm secretly obsessed with you and spend all my free time writing about you in my journal. 'Dear Diary, today Will was an ass for the 467th day in a row. He's so dreamy — Elizabeth Scott
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S Diary Sayings By Philip Roth: Memories particularly of when they weren't being what parents are nine-tenths of the time, the Memories particularly of when they weren't being what parents are nine-tenths of the time, the taskmasters, the examples, the moral authorities, the nags of pick-that-up and you're-going-to-be-late, keepers of the diary of her duties and routines, memories, rather, of when they found one another afresh, beyond the tensions between parental mastery and inept childish uncertainty, of those moments of respite in a family's life when they could reach one another in calm — Philip Roth
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S Diary Sayings By Anne Frank: I'm my best and harshest critic. I know what's good and what isn't. I'm my best and harshest critic. I know what's good and what isn't. — Anne Frank
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S Diary Sayings By Anne Frank: What's the point of the war? Why, oh why can't people live together peacefully? Why What's the point of the war? Why, oh why can't people live together peacefully? Why all this destruction? — Anne Frank
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S Diary Sayings By Tony Benn: The uncut diaries are 16 million words. It's very tiring to do your diary every The uncut diaries are 16 million words. It's very tiring to do your diary every night before you go to bed. — Tony Benn
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S Diary Sayings By Joel Garreau: He rises a copy of a poster. On the left is a quote from The He rises a copy of a poster. On the left is a quote from The New York Times dated October 9, 1903. It says,'The flying machine which will really fly might be evolved by the combined and continuous efforts of mathematicians in from one million to ten million years'. On the right is a quote from Orville Wright's diary, dated October 9, 1903. 'We started assembly today' it says. — Joel Garreau
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S Diary Sayings By C. David Murphy: Take this story to great heart; read through its' every word; and I hope and Take this story to great heart; read through its' every word; and I hope and pray that in the end, as you enter the last phases of this story, it will move you, touch you profoundly, and guide you to the meaning of True Love. — C. David Murphy
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S Diary Sayings By Winifred Gallagher: Because you actually might not know what activities truly engage your attention and satisfy you, Because you actually might not know what activities truly engage your attention and satisfy you, he says, it can be helpful to keep a diary of what you do all day and how you feel while doing it. Then, try to do more of what's rewarding, even if it takes an effort, and less of what isn't. Where optimal experience is concerned, he says, 'I just don't have the time' often means 'I just don't have the self-discipline. — Winifred Gallagher
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S Diary Sayings By Lindsay Buroker: Is that a page from the dastardly villain's diary?" Maldynado asked. "One carelessly dropped that Is that a page from the dastardly villain's diary?" Maldynado asked. "One carelessly dropped that conveniently reveals the secret to destroying these vile artifacts?" "It's an invoice." "Villains get bills? — Lindsay Buroker
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S Diary Sayings By Pleasefindthis: A man looks down at the red paint on his hands and wonders for a A man looks down at the red paint on his hands and wonders for a moment if he's killed his wife and this is her blood or maybe he's just painted the garden bench red, that's all. He thinks it is a strange thought and carries on digging the hole he's digging in the back garden. He whistles. He writes this all down in his moleskin diary, later that evening. His wife should be back from work by now but she isn't. — Pleasefindthis
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S Diary Sayings By Lauren Slater: I love you as only a lover can. Less depressed, less obsessed, I am better I love you as only a lover can. Less depressed, less obsessed, I am better than ever able to love your hair, which has blond lights in it, and your remarkable eyes, the blue of my Nana's chipped china. I love the smell of your skin, impossible to describe except to say it's a confluence of many pungent things, and I love your chest with the disks of your nipples, and your thighs striated with sweat, and your back and your breath while you are above me. — Lauren Slater
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S Diary Sayings By Richard Paul Evans: We plan our lives in long, unbroken stretches that intersect our dreams the way highways We plan our lives in long, unbroken stretches that intersect our dreams the way highways connect the city dots on a road map. But in the end we learn that life is lived in the side roads, alleys, and detours. Alan Christoffersen's diaryRichard Paul Evans
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S Diary Sayings By Unknown: Dear Diary - I'm in Hell. It's hard to imagine a place worse than where Dear Diary - I'm in Hell. It's hard to imagine a place worse than where I've come from but by some spectacular miracle, I've found it. In the weeks since I've arrived, three things are clear. The food is literally made of poison, the air smells like a plague, and everyone wants to know what everyone else is doing. I don't fit in here. The world is not what I imagined ... — Unknown
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S Diary Sayings By Lorna Sage: The sinner I was expecting was guilty of pride, lust and spiritual despair, not merely The sinner I was expecting was guilty of pride, lust and spiritual despair, not merely of sloth and ineptitude. This was the diary of a nobody. So I nearly censored January to June 1933 in the interests of Grandpa's glamour as a Gothic personage. But in truth this is what we should be exposed to - the awful knowledge that when they're not breaking the commandments, the anti-heroes are mending their tobacco pipes and listening to the wireless. — Lorna Sage
S Diary Sayings By James Lecesne: In the early '90s, I wrote a play called 'Word of Mouth' in which I In the early '90s, I wrote a play called 'Word of Mouth' in which I played a number of different characters. One was a thirteen-year-old boy who, through a series of diary entries, realizes that he's gay. — James Lecesne
S Diary Sayings By Theophilus London: DMX wasn't checking what his fans were saying to him on Twitter or Facebook. Jay-Z DMX wasn't checking what his fans were saying to him on Twitter or Facebook. Jay-Z is on a boat in Saint-Tropez. I'm hands-on. Girls write to me like I'm their diary. That's a huge responsibility. I don't take it for granted. — Theophilus London
S Diary Sayings By Anna Brackett: A very simple and useful device is to have a memorandum-book, so small that it A very simple and useful device is to have a memorandum-book, so small that it can be easily carried in the pocket, to be used instead of your mind to keep note of any errand or any appointment that you may have. The Standard Diary, less than four inches long and less than two and a half inches wide, is one of the best for this purpose ... In fact, such diaries as these, in their wide range of information, would seem to be all that one needs in practical life, the only other book that at all approaches them in this respect being unquestionably Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. — Anna Brackett
S Diary Sayings By John W. Dower: What the diary does not reveal, for it stops too soon, is the appalling fact What the diary does not reveal, for it stops too soon, is the appalling fact that from late 1945 until 1952 Japanese medical researchers were prohibited by U.S. occupation authorities from publishing scientific articles on the effects of the atomic bombs. — John W. Dower
S Diary Sayings By Lauren Slater: But what happens if such a patient, say myself, for instance, has rarely if ever But what happens if such a patient, say myself, for instance, has rarely if ever experienced a normal state of functioning? What happens if such a patient has spent much of her life in mental hospitals, both pursuing and being pursued by one's illness after another? What happens if "regular life" to such a person has always meant cutting one's arms, or gagging? — Lauren Slater
S Diary Sayings By Doris Kearns Goodwin: (from John Hay's diary) "The President never appeared to better advantage in the world," Hay (from John Hay's diary) "The President never appeared to better advantage in the world," Hay proudly noted in his diary. "Though He knows how immense is the danger to himself from the unreasoning anger of that committee, he never cringed to them for an instant. He stood where he thought he was right and crushed them with his candid logic. — Doris Kearns Goodwin
S Diary Sayings By Stanley Victor Paskavich: Everyone should have a form of a diary it's a great release Most people's Diaries Everyone should have a form of a diary it's a great release Most people's Diaries are called "My Diary" Mines called "Conversations with Me". — Stanley Victor Paskavich
S Diary Sayings By Daphne Du Maurier: It's funny,' I noted in the diary, 'how often I seem to build a story It's funny,' I noted in the diary, 'how often I seem to build a story around one sentence, nearly always the last one, too. The themes are a bit depressing but I just can't get rid of that. — Daphne Du Maurier
S Diary Sayings By Erin Gruwell: It sounds strange, somewhat on the line between irony and absurdity, to think that people It sounds strange, somewhat on the line between irony and absurdity, to think that people would rather label and judge something as significant as each other but completely bypass a peanut ... World peace is only a dream because people won't allow themselves and others around them to simply be peanuts. We won't allow the color of a man's heart to be the color of his skin, the premise of his beliefs, and his self-worth. We won't allow him to be a peanut, therefore we won't allow ourselves to come to live in harmony. (Diary 18) — Erin Gruwell
S Diary Sayings By Salvatore Quasimodo: War, I have always said, forces men to change their standards, regardless of whether their War, I have always said, forces men to change their standards, regardless of whether their country has won or lost. Poetics and philosophies disintegrate "when the trees fall and the walls collapse ". At the point when continuity was interrupted by the first nuclear explosion, it would have been too easy to recover the formal sediment which linked us with an age of poetic decorum, of a preoccupation with poetic sounds. After the turbulence of death, moral principles and even religious proofs are called into question. Men of letters who cling to the private successes of their petty aesthetics shut themselves off from poetry's restless presence. From the night, his solitude, the poet finds day and starts a diary that is lethal to the inert. The dark landscape yields a dialogue. The politician and the mediocre poets with their armour of symbols and mystic purities pretend to ignore the real poet. It is a story which repeats itself like the cock's crow; indeed, like the cock's third crow. — Salvatore Quasimodo
S Diary Sayings By Andy Warhol: A picture means I know where I was every minute. That's why I take pictures. A picture means I know where I was every minute. That's why I take pictures. It's a visual diary. — Andy Warhol
S Diary Sayings By Pet Torres: You know, when life presents you only good things and you idealize them to your You know, when life presents you only good things and you idealize them to your way.
And abruptly it comes up an avalanche of catastrophes and destroys all your beautiful dreams, as a war that destroys an entire country or a volcano that devastates forests.
That's how I feel and I write in this diary 'How everything should have been' in my life. — Pet Torres
S Diary Sayings By Bob Woodward: Reagan was read portions of his own diary, and he said something I'll never forget: Reagan was read portions of his own diary, and he said something I'll never forget: "It's like I wasn't president at all". Very sad. As I reflected about this i was sure that I didn't want to badger Mark Felt in the same manner. i didn't want Felt to have to say, in effect, "It's like i wasn't Deep Throat at all". — Bob Woodward
S Diary Sayings By Anne Frank: I don't intend to shrink from the truth, because the longer it's postponed, the harder I don't intend to shrink from the truth, because the longer it's postponed, the harder it will be for them to accept it when they do hear it! — Anne Frank
S Diary Sayings By Douglas Coupland: In a faraway land called 'pre-2000,' what Earthlings now call blogging was called 'keeping a In a faraway land called 'pre-2000,' what Earthlings now call blogging was called 'keeping a diary.' It's hard work to do well. I tried doing it in the early 1990s but had to stop because I no longer had a life - instead I had this thing that generated anecdotes to go into my diary. The diary took over and I had to stop. — Douglas Coupland
S Diary Sayings By Rachel Klein: Why should I be sad? Everyone has to die. If you have a body, it's Why should I be sad? Everyone has to die. If you have a body, it's too late to cry. It's only funerals I can't stand. — Rachel Klein
S Diary Sayings By Beatrice Sparks: It's a good thing most people bleed on the inside or this would be a It's a good thing most people bleed on the inside or this would be a gory, blood-smeared earth. — Beatrice Sparks
S Diary Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Look, this isn't The Mummy. It's not like a teenaged girl's diary could resurrect the Look, this isn't The Mummy. It's not like a teenaged girl's diary could resurrect the dead or anything. It's just the story of her innocuous life. What on earth could an ancient girl have known that would be worth killing someone over? (Tory) You're asking me that question? People kill each other over a pair of shoes or for wearing the same jacket. (Acheron) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
S Diary Sayings By Nobuyoshi Araki: My photos are my diary. Every photo is no more than the representation of a My photos are my diary. Every photo is no more than the representation of a single day. And each day contains the past and the projection into the future. That's why I feel compelled to indicate the date on every picture I take. — Nobuyoshi Araki
S Diary Sayings By Richard Paul Evans: The well from which we receive grace is only filled by sharing it with others. The well from which we receive grace is only filled by sharing it with others. --- Charles James's Diary — Richard Paul Evans
S Diary Sayings By Sarah Silverman: Don't tell girls they can be anything they want when they grow up. Because it Don't tell girls they can be anything they want when they grow up. Because it would have never occurred to them that they couldn't. It's like saying, 'Hey, when you get in the shower, I'm not gonna read your diary.' 'Wait
are you gonna read my diary?' 'No! I said I'm not gonna read your diary. Go take a shower!' — Sarah Silverman
S Diary Sayings By Jon Scieszka: Jeff Kinney's 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' series and Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' books got 49,323,701 Jeff Kinney's 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' series and Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' books got 49,323,701 kids reading. — Jon Scieszka
S Diary Sayings By Rae Earl: ME LIKE THE MAGNETMen I like, I repelLike a magnet doSo if I'm nastyThen you ME LIKE THE MAGNET
Men I like, I repel
Like a magnet do
So if I'm nasty
Then you know
I probably fancy you.
"It's defence," the shrinks would say.
"It's protects against a fall."
It's impenetrable this fence of mine
It's like the Berlin Wall. — Rae Earl
S Diary Sayings By Enoch Powell: To write a diary every day is like returning to one's own vomit. To write a diary every day is like returning to one's own vomit. — Enoch Powell
S Diary Sayings By David Foster Wallace: One of the positives to being visibly damaged is that people can sometimes forget you're One of the positives to being visibly damaged is that people can sometimes forget you're there, even when they're interfacing with you. You almost get to eavesdrop. It's almost like they're like: If nobody's really in there, there's nothing to be shy about. That's why bullshit often tends to drop away around damaged listeners, deep beliefs revealed, diary-type private reveries indulged out loud; and, listening, the beaming and brady-kinetic boy gets to forge an interpersonal connection he knows only he can truly feel, here. — David Foster Wallace
S Diary Sayings By Virginia Woolf: There's no doubt in my mind that I have found out how to begin (at There's no doubt in my mind that I have found out how to begin (at 40) to say something in my own voice; & that interests me so that I feel I can go ahead without praise.' (26 July 1922) — Virginia Woolf
S Diary Sayings By Beatrice Webb: It would be curious to discover who it is to whom one writes in a It would be curious to discover who it is to whom one writes in a diary. Possibly to some mysterious personification of one's own identity. — Beatrice Webb
S Diary Sayings By Rebecca Rose Orton: On January 28th, 1982, I wrote in my diary, "Rock and roll is a king-sized On January 28th, 1982, I wrote in my diary, "Rock and roll is a king-sized version of jazzy, puck, swing, and be-bop. I don't want that. However, rhythmic beat's fine. — Rebecca Rose Orton
S Diary Sayings By Will Rogers: Say, did you read what this writer just dug up in George Washington's diary? I Say, did you read what this writer just dug up in George Washington's diary? I was so ashamed I sat up all night reading it. — Will Rogers
S Diary Sayings By Tom Cole: And what they believe in real life is complicated. Theodor Koch-Grunberg wrote in his diary And what they believe in real life is complicated. Theodor Koch-Grunberg wrote in his diary that indigenous peoples in the Amazon see these outsiders following in each other's footsteps as the same person, a single soul traversing across several lives. They also see time as something that doesn't proceed inexorably into the future. — Tom Cole
S Diary Sayings By Jenny Lawson: It's tempting to preface everything with "In my life I've found" so that people can't It's tempting to preface everything with "In my life I've found" so that people can't yell at me for being wrong (I often am) or misinformed (sure) or overly emotional (HOW DARE YOU). But this is a book about my life so I have to simply hope that unsaid disclaimer is just implied. This is my life, and my observations of it, and they change as I change. That's one of the frightening things about writing a book that no one ever tells you. You have to pin down your thoughts and opinions and then they exist on a page, ungrowing, forever. You may convince yourself that you were never stupid or coarse or ignorant but one day you reread your seventh-grade diary and rediscover the person who one day becomes you, and you vacillate between wanting to hug this unfinished, confused stranger and wanting to shake some damn sense into her. — Jenny Lawson
S Diary Sayings By Nelson Mandela: [I] read Anne Frank's diary [while imprisoned] on Robben Island and derived much encouragement from [I] read Anne Frank's diary [while imprisoned] on Robben Island and derived much encouragement from it. — Nelson Mandela
S Diary Sayings By L.P. Donnelli: I'm tired. Dead tired. So tired I can barely stay awake to write this. After I'm tired. Dead tired. So tired I can barely stay awake to write this. After helping Mr Bircher search for his head all night, I'm a little annoyed too. Dad doesn't help. He doesn't know what it's like for a girl my age, trying to fit in at school as much as possible, and trying to fit in all the dead people. It's not easy being a soul helper. — L.P. Donnelli
S Diary Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: Your handwriting. the way you walk. which china pattern you choose. it's all giving you Your handwriting. the way you walk. which china pattern you choose. it's all giving you away. everything you do shows your hand. everything is a self portrait. everything is a diary. — Chuck Palahniuk
S Diary Sayings By Jessalyn Gilsig: I sketch while I'm on set, and it's a way for me to record all I sketch while I'm on set, and it's a way for me to record all of the locations I've been to. I don't keep a diary but a sketchbook. — Jessalyn Gilsig
S Diary Sayings By J.K. Rowling: I suppose the real reason Ginny Weasley's like this is because she opened her heart I suppose the real reason Ginny Weasley's like this is because she opened her heart and spilled all her secrets to an invisible stranger." "What are you talking about?" said Harry. "The diary," said Riddle. "My diary. Little Ginny's been writing in it for months and months, telling me all her pitiful worries and woes - how her brothers tease her, how she had to come to school with secondhand robes and books, how" - Riddle's eyes glinted - "how she didn't think famous, good, great Harry Potter would ever like her. . . . — J.K. Rowling
S Diary Sayings By Judy Blume: I kept a diary as a teenager but I never would have shared it with I kept a diary as a teenager but I never would have shared it with anyone. Still, I think it's very good practice to write things down. — Judy Blume
S Diary Sayings By Jojo Moyes: I think there is an awful lot of technology for technology's sake. I have yet I think there is an awful lot of technology for technology's sake. I have yet to be convinced by my husband that persuading our mobiles to talk to our computers is going to be quicker and more straightforward than scribbling a note in our kitchen diary. — Jojo Moyes
S Diary Sayings By Richard Paul Evans: Life is a house of cards, balanced on a tetter-totter,precariously perched on a roller coaster. Life is a house of cards, balanced on a tetter-totter,
precariously perched on a roller coaster.
The only thing that should surprise us about our surprises is that we are surprised by them.
Beth Cardall's Diary — Richard Paul Evans
S Diary Sayings By Ruth Ozeki: In your diary, you quoted old Jiko saying something about not-knowing, how not-knowing is the In your diary, you quoted old Jiko saying something about not-knowing, how not-knowing is the most intimate way, or did I just dream that?
Anyway, I've been thinking about this a lot, and I think maybe it's true, even though I don't really like uncertainty. I'd much rather 'know', but then again, not-knowing keeps all the possibilities open. It keeps all the worlds alive. — Ruth Ozeki
S Diary Sayings By Oscar Wilde: My friend is not allowed to go out today. I sit by his side and My friend is not allowed to go out today. I sit by his side and read him passages from his own life. They fill him with surprise. Everyone should keep someone else's diary; I sometimes suspect you of keeping mine. — Oscar Wilde
S Diary Sayings By David Sedaris: I wanted to deny him, but that's the terrible power of a diary: it not I wanted to deny him, but that's the terrible power of a diary: it not only calls forth the person you used to be but rubs your nose in him, reminding you that not all change is evolutionary. More often than not, you didn't learn from your mistakes. You didn't get wiser, but simply older, growing from the twenty-five-year-old who got stoned and accidentally peed on his friend Katherine's kitten to the thirty-five-year-old who got drunk and peed in the sandbox at his old elementary school. "The sandbox!" my sister Amy said at the time. "Don't you realize that children have to pee in there? — David Sedaris
S Diary Sayings By Orhan Pamuk: Writing my own diary is the best form of remembrance, but only for my own Writing my own diary is the best form of remembrance, but only for my own use. I need these notes; it's like an impulse. — Orhan Pamuk
S Diary Sayings By Soke Behzad Ahmadi: . . . what matters in combat is adaptability, boldness and maintaining A cool exterior, . . . what matters in combat is adaptability, boldness and maintaining A cool exterior, whilst penetrating your enemy's soul with An icy cold stare
- Diary of A Combat Fiend — Soke Behzad Ahmadi
S Diary Sayings By Rachel Caine: Claire was struggling through last summer's diary volume when Myrnin popped in through the portal, Claire was struggling through last summer's diary volume when Myrnin popped in through the portal, wearing a big floppy black hat and a kind of crazy/stylish pimp coat that covered him from neck to ankles, black leather gloves, and a black and silver walking stick with a dragon's head on it. And, on his lapel was a button that said, If you can read this, thank a teacher. — Rachel Caine
S Diary Sayings By David Sedaris: If you read someone else's diary, you get what you deserve. If you read someone else's diary, you get what you deserve. — David Sedaris
S Diary Sayings By Jocelyn Gibb: in describing the various writers of his idolatry he more than once lets fall a in describing the various writers of his idolatry he more than once lets fall a phrase that could equally apply to himself. 'To read Spenser,' he says, 'is to grow in mental health.' What he values in Addison is his 'open-mindedness.' The moments of despair chronicled in Scott's diary cannot, he claims, counterpoise 'that ease and good temper, that fine masculine cheerfulness' suffused through the best of the Waverly novels. Most of all it was the chiaroscuro of what Chaucer called 'earnest' and 'game' that attracted him. He found it eminently in the poetry of Dunbar, that late-medieval Scottish maker who wrote the greatest religious poetry and the earthiest satire in the language — Jocelyn Gibb
S Diary Sayings By Gillian Flynn: Diary Amy. She was meant to be likable. Meant for someone like you to like Diary Amy. She was meant to be likable. Meant for someone like you to like her. She's easy to like. I've never understood why that's considered a compliment - that just anyone could like you. No matter. — Gillian Flynn
S Diary Sayings By Jackie Chan: My schedule goes: wake up, running, exercise, downstairs, running shoes off, then to the shower. My schedule goes: wake up, running, exercise, downstairs, running shoes off, then to the shower. That's the Jackie Chan diary. — Jackie Chan
S Diary Sayings By Alberto Moravia: There are many reasons for keeping a diary: to make a note of facts that There are many reasons for keeping a diary: to make a note of facts that one considers important; to open one's heart, to give vent to one's feelings, to make confessions; from the instinct of economy which sometimes encourages a writer to make good use of even the smallest crumbs of his life, so that he may have one more book to publish; or again from vanity and self- satisfaction. — Alberto Moravia
S Diary Sayings By Rob Shepherd: Everywhere that we looked, were objects & artifacts reminiscent of a bygone age. of war Everywhere that we looked, were objects & artifacts reminiscent of a bygone age. of war & destruction, of mankind's determination to rule his neighbour, to prove how mighty he and his people are, yet a romance of days past that I am drawn to like a soul lost and hearing his lovers cries to him — Rob Shepherd
S Diary Sayings By Hilary Mantel: he's not real I can take his space. As I get into bed beside him, he's not real I can take his space. As I get into bed beside him, the strongman vanishes. I pick up my diary and record him: was there, isn't any more. This happened in early July, 2010. I had surgery on the first of the month, and was scheduled to stay in hospital for about nine days. The last thing the surgeon said to me, on the afternoon of the procedure: 'For you, this is a big thing, but remember, to us it is routine.' The operation was to relieve a stricture in my bowel, before it closed completely and created an emergency. But though we had used the latest scans in preparation, neither — Hilary Mantel
S Diary Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: DIARY, n. A daily record of that part of one's life, which he can relate DIARY, n. A daily record of that part of one's life, which he can relate to himself without blushing. — Ambrose Bierce
S Diary Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: The majority enjoy a young girl as they enjoy a glass of champagne, at one The majority enjoy a young girl as they enjoy a glass of champagne, at one effervescent moment-oh, yes, that is really beautiful, and with many a young girl that is undoubtedly the most one can attain, but here there is more. If an individual is too fragile to stand clarity and transparency, well, then one enjoys what is unclear, but apparently she can stand it. The more devotedness one can bring to erotic love, the more interesting. This momentary enjoyment is a rape, even if not outwardly but nevertheless mentally, and in a rape there is only imagined enjoyment; it is like a stolen kiss, something nondescript. No, if one can bring it to a point where a girl has but one task for her freedom, to give herself, so that she feels her whole happiness in this, so that she practically begs for this devotedness and yet is free-only then is there enjoyment, but this always takes a discerning touch — Soren Kierkegaard
S Diary Sayings By Haruki Murakami: SO THAT'S MY LIFE - or my life before I stopped sleeping - each day SO THAT'S MY LIFE - or my life before I stopped sleeping - each day pretty much a repetition of the one before. I used to keep a diary, but if I forgot for two or three days, I'd lose track of what had happened on which day. Yesterday could have been the day before yesterday, or vice versa. I'd sometimes wonder what kind of life this was. Which is not to say that I found it empty. I was - very simply - amazed. At the lack of demarcation between the days. At the fact that I was part of such a life, a life that had swallowed me up so completely. At the fact that my demarcation between the days. At the fact that I was part of such a life, a life that had swallowed me up so completely. — Haruki Murakami
S Diary Sayings By Bram Stoker: Same day, 11 o'clock p. m.. - Oh, but I am tired! If it were Same day, 11 o'clock p. m.. - Oh, but I am tired! If it were not that I had made my diary a duty I should not open it tonight. We had a lovely walk. Lucy, after a while, was in gay spirits, owing, I think, to some dear cows who came nosing towards us in a field close to the lighthouse, and frightened the wits out of us. I believe we forgot everything, except of course, personal fear, and it seemed to wipe the slate clean and give us a fresh start. We had a capital 'severe tea' at Robin Hood's Bay in a sweet little oldfashioned inn, with a bow window right over the seaweedcovered rocks of the strand. I believe we should have shocked the 'New Woman' with our appetites. Men are more tolerant, bless them! Then we walked home with some, or rather many, stoppages to rest, and with our hearts full of a constant dread of wild bulls. — Bram Stoker
S Diary Sayings By Mark Seal: Join the mob or go for what you want. Give yourself plenty of quiet time Join the mob or go for what you want. Give yourself plenty of quiet time alone in order to get in touch with who you are ... Focus power of thought. Remind yourself that the world is yours for the asking. The non-risker does not grow, you just get older. When you have decided which ideas, beliefs, relationships, and situations no longer work for you, it is time to release them. Let go of negative thoughts - view them as a flight of birds crossing your path. See them fly into view and continue on their way.' - from Joan Root's diaryMark Seal
S Diary Sayings By Matthew McConaughey: There's a gap between what I want to do, what I do on camera, and There's a gap between what I want to do, what I do on camera, and what gets edited. Right? So the goal is to try and close the gaps. What's the biggest compliment is if I read a review and it's exactly what I wrote down in my diary before ever filming it. That's really cool. That's the biggest signifier of closing the gaps. — Matthew McConaughey
S Diary Sayings By Anthea Turner: A proper family diary with everyone's events and parties in it really helps organise the A proper family diary with everyone's events and parties in it really helps organise the household. — Anthea Turner
S Diary Sayings By Alison Mosshart: Painting is almost like a sport. It's like this action thing. When I do it, Painting is almost like a sport. It's like this action thing. When I do it, I'm really not thinking. The paintings are like a diary that I might not want to read again. — Alison Mosshart
S Diary Sayings By Bel Powley: 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' was my first American movie. It was my first movie 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' was my first American movie. It was my first movie in an American accent. It's based on a graphic novel, which was written in 2002 by someone called Phoebe Gloeckner. It was turned into a play by Marielle Heller, who then wrote it as a screenplay for Sundance Labs. — Bel Powley
S Diary Sayings By Nico Mirallegro: When you do 'Mad Fat Diary' or 'The Village,' you always learn about the particular When you do 'Mad Fat Diary' or 'The Village,' you always learn about the particular time period, and that's always nice for an actor. — Nico Mirallegro
S Diary Sayings By Bhagat Singh: The aim of life is no more to control the mind, but to develop it The aim of life is no more to control the mind, but to develop it harmoniously; not to achieve salvation here after, but to make the best use of it here below; and not to realise truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in the actual experience of daily life; social progress depends not upon the ennoblement of the few but on the enrichment of democracy; universal brotherhood can be achieved only when there is an equality of opportunity - of opportunity in the social, political and individual life. - from Bhagat Singh's prison diary, p. 124 — Bhagat Singh
S Diary Sayings By Jack Gleeson: I read my sister's diary when I was 7. She was, I think, 13. It I read my sister's diary when I was 7. She was, I think, 13. It was awful to read it. — Jack Gleeson
S Diary Sayings By David Sedaris: I've been keeping a diary for thirty-three years and write in it every morning. Most I've been keeping a diary for thirty-three years and write in it every morning. Most of it's just whining, but every so often there'll be something I can use later: a joke, a description, a quote. It's an invaluable aid when it comes to winning arguments. 'That's not what you said on February 3, 1996,' I'll say to someone. — David Sedaris
S Diary Sayings By Eskay Teel: The last chapter in 'Alice in Worcestershire' is called 'Writing the book'.I started to write The last chapter in 'Alice in Worcestershire' is called 'Writing the book'.
I started to write that 'Diary' chapter at the very beginning of the process and followed it through to the end... speaking to the reader.

My decision to do this was because I've often read autobiographies and wondered how the author felt and how it impacted them writing about painful memories that had been locked away in a deep forgotten place.
I wanted to know what was going in their 'present' life while they were writing; about the struggle with sharing their inner secrets and... I'm... inquisitive. (nosy)!

It took me over five years to finish 'Alice in Worcestershire' because sometimes, I was simply too drained to continue. Periodically, I updated the 'Diary' chapter and, thankfully, it's enthusiastically appreciated by readers. — Eskay Teel
S Diary Sayings By Susan Beth Pfeffer: I'm the one not caring. I'm the one pretending the Earth isn't shattering all around I'm the one not caring. I'm the one pretending the Earth isn't shattering all around me because I don't want it to be. I don't want to know there was an earthquake in Missouri. I don't want to know the Midwest can die, also, that what's going on isn't just tides and tsunamis. I don't want to have any more to be afraid of.
I didn't start this diary for it to be a record of death. — Susan Beth Pfeffer
S Diary Sayings By Gilbert K. Chesterton: Journalism only tells us what men are doing; it is fiction that tells us what Journalism only tells us what men are doing; it is fiction that tells us what they are thinking, and still more what they are feeling. If a new scientific theory finds the soul of a man in his dreams, at least it ought not to leave out his day-dreams. And all fiction is only a diary of day-dreams instead of days. And this profound preoccupation of men's minds with certain things always eventually has an effect even on the external expression of the age. — Gilbert K. Chesterton
S Diary Sayings By Philip Agee: I don't think we have ever had real democracy in this country. Anyone who studies I don't think we have ever had real democracy in this country. Anyone who studies adoption of the constitution will understand quite clearly that; democracy - as we understand that on today; was the last thing the founding fathers had in mind when they wrote the constitution ....it was: to establish strong central authority responding the elitist interests in United States. That's private property. And those men who wrote the constitution were representatives of the elites. They were the lawyers, bankers, merchants, the land owners, slave owners and so forth. And they write the constitution for their own private interest$. That is how government has served ever since. And that is why we have so little democracy in United States. — Philip Agee
S Diary Sayings By Go Ah-sung: I saw Roland Barthes's 'Mourning Diary' at a bookshop, and I felt it was like I saw Roland Barthes's 'Mourning Diary' at a bookshop, and I felt it was like I was destined to see the book. I read it all in one go while I was in the shop. The book was mind-blowing. — Go Ah-sung
S Diary Sayings By Sue Townsend: Adrian Mole's diaryEasterPoor Jesus, it must have been dead awful for him. I wouldn't have Adrian Mole's diary
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Poor Jesus, it must have been dead awful for him. I wouldn't have the guts to do it myself. — Sue Townsend
S Diary Sayings By Sarah Ockler: You know, hon, after Stephie died, we never really talked about her." she says, her You know, hon, after Stephie died, we never really talked about her." she says, her hands tight around the cart handle. "There's a lot of pain there. Still. I guess we feel like we failed her. Like maybe if we were home instead of away at college, we could've done something to fix her. Something my patents and the doctors and her boyfriend missed. Sometimes I think I don't have the right to talk about her. Like at the end, I don't know her well enough to say anything. So much of her life became secret. She spent all of her time with her boyfriend, and when she was home, her nose was buried in her diary. I swear that diary was her best friend, even more than Megan."
"Did you ever read it?" I ask.
"No."
"Not even after she died?"
Aunt Rachel shakes her head, removing an eggplant from the middle row and pressing her fingers against its flesh. "To this day, I don't know if I would've, either. We never found it, Delilah. It's like she just ... took it with her. — Sarah Ockler
S Diary Sayings By Haruki Murakami: I mean, all I do here is do the work that my bosses tell me I mean, all I do here is do the work that my bosses tell me to do the way they tell me to do it. I don't have to think at all. It's like I just put my brain in a locker before I start work and pick it up on the way home. I spend seven hours a day at a workbench, planting hairs into wig bases, then I eat dinner in the cafeteria, take a bath, and of course I have to sleep, like everybody else, so out of a twenty-four-hour day, the amount of free time I have is like nothing. And because I'm so tired from work, the 'free time' I have I mostly spend lying around in a fog. I don't have any time to sit and think about anything. Of course, I don't have to work on the weekends, but then I have to do the laundry and cleaning I've let go, and sometimes I go into town, and before I know it the weekend is over. I once made up my mind to keep a diary, but I had nothing to write, so I quit after a week. I mean, I just do the same thing over and over again, day in, day out. — Haruki Murakami
S Diary Sayings By Sue Miller: I suppose in our contemporary lives, our cumulative e-mails might constitute a kind of diary: I suppose in our contemporary lives, our cumulative e-mails might constitute a kind of diary: that informal, moment-by-moment description of life as it goes by. As I think of those notes now - what I wrote, what I said - it seems to me they danced across the surface just as my grandmother's diaries did - Anais Nin she wasn't, and I wasn't, either. Who is? Not even Anais Nin. — Sue Miller