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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Chris Cleave: Death, finally, was British; life chaotic and foreign. The Death, finally, was British; life chaotic and foreign. The — Chris Cleave
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Darin Bradley: The problem with romance is the occlusion. The tunnel vision, drawing your every gaze downstream, The problem with romance is the occlusion. The tunnel vision, drawing your every gaze downstream, into those other eyes, the flotsam of your better self, your clearer self, along for the ride. It doesn't matter what secrets swirl and bob in the waters beneath you, as you float toward that lady at Delphi, who, you imagined, reading Mythology, must have been beautiful. It doesn't matter that Charybdis, with no body, with no form, with only a mouth-as-being, couldn't have been evil, because she lacked the brain for it. It doesn't matter that following the logical course of events, the natural course, always disadvantages someone else, because love, after all, is simply a competition for resources, made infinitely complex and unknowable when squared and cubed and raised to every other emotional exponent - and then layered with sex and society and a bad memory for what those resources were in the first place. — Darin Bradley
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By James Berryman: Whatever I did, even backed by Sting's cash and moral support, it turned to shit. Whatever I did, even backed by Sting's cash and moral support, it turned to shit. I had reached the end of the line. I became a statistic. Jim Berryman, actor, comedian, bookie and lounge-lizard, was on the dole! — James Berryman
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Anais Nin: If you can't create, you destroy. If you can't create, you destroy. — Anais Nin
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Linda Lael Miller: She wanted to ask about the McCaffreys' children, but the question seemed too personal. Westerners She wanted to ask about the McCaffreys' children, but the question seemed too personal. Westerners were private sorts, in Evangeline's judgment, with more than their share of secrets. "It scares me a little," she confessed. "The idea of being so alone, I mean."
June-bug favored her with another smile. "Bein' alone ain't necessarily bad, you know. A person can come to understand herself real well that way. Some folks pass their whole lives without learnin' a thing about their own minds and spirits, but out here, all you've got to do is pay attention. — Linda Lael Miller
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Lilith Saintcrow: Goddamn. Well, let's call that an experiment and chalk it up to experience. All hail Goddamn. Well, let's call that an experiment and chalk it up to experience. All hail Jill Kismet the scientist. — Lilith Saintcrow
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Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Benjamin Franklin: By playing at Chess then, we may learn: First: Foresight ... Second: Circumspection ... Third: By playing at Chess then, we may learn: First: Foresight ... Second: Circumspection ... Third: Caution ... And lastly, we learn by Chess the habit of not being discouraged by present bad appearances in the state of our affairs, the habit of hoping for a favorable chance, and that of persevering in the secrets of resources — Benjamin Franklin
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Gregory A. Boyd: Why did God even bother to create minds that naturally gauge their level of confidence Why did God even bother to create minds that naturally gauge their level of confidence in a belief on the evidence and arguments for and against it if he's only pleased with minds that can make themselves more certain than the evidence and arguments for it warrant? I just don't get it! — Gregory A. Boyd
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Matshona Dhliwayo: Truth is like light; you can shut your eyes to it, but it is ever Truth is like light; you can shut your eyes to it, but it is ever before you. — Matshona Dhliwayo
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Rachel Hartman: But are you finding monastic history a very compelling reason to live?""I'm not human," he But are you finding monastic history a very compelling reason to live?"
"I'm not human," he said. "I don't require a reason to live. Living is my default condition."
I couldn't help it; I laughed, and teas weleld in my eyes. That answer was quintessentially Orma, distilled to his elemental Orma-ness. — Rachel Hartman
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Ruby Bridges: Racism is a grown-up disease and we must stop using our children to spread it. Racism is a grown-up disease and we must stop using our children to spread it. — Ruby Bridges
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Rachel Lloyd: Children who are victimized through sexual abuse often begin to develop deeply held tenets that Children who are victimized through sexual abuse often begin to develop deeply held tenets that shape their sense of self: 'My worth is my sexuality. I'm dirty and shameful. I have no right to my own physical boundaries.' That shapes their ideas about the world around them: 'No one will believe me. Telling the truth results in bad consequences. People can't be trusted.' It doesn't take long for children to being to act in accordance with these belief systems.
For girls who have experienced incest, sexual abuse, or rape, the boundaries between love, sex, and pain become blurred. Secrets are normal, and shame is a constant. — Rachel Lloyd
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Georgette Heyer: You will be a widow before the morning. You will be a widow before the morning. — Georgette Heyer
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Princess Diana: All people want to be touched. All people want to be touched. — Princess Diana
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Viggo Mortensen: Joseph Campbell said the privilege of a lifetime is being yourself. That's his feeling. And Joseph Campbell said the privilege of a lifetime is being yourself. That's his feeling. And I guess it's mine too. — Viggo Mortensen
Secrets Being Bad Sayings By Julianna Baggott: Writing across genres has made me more prolific. When one is fighting me or simply Writing across genres has made me more prolific. When one is fighting me or simply not cutting it, I turn to another. — Julianna Baggott