Sixtieth Famous Quotes & Sayings

11 Sixtieth Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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And with that, he began walking at a rapid clip toward the Sixtieth Street station. Several members of the crowd I'd just pushed my way through came over to help me up, and one rather gallant gentleman, who was eighty if he was a day, tottered a few steps after Simon, shouting and shaking a fist in the air.Rysa Walker Sixtieth Sayings By Rysa Walker: And with that, he began walking at a rapid clip toward the Sixtieth Street station.
Did you know that a jiffy is an actual measurement of time? It's a sixtieth of a second.Cassandra Clare Sixtieth Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Did you know that a jiffy is an actual measurement of time? It's a sixtieth
Occasionally I glanced at the big blue cradle of civilization hanging in the sky, remembered for the fiftieth or sixtieth or one hundredth time that none of this had any right to be happening, and reminded myself for the fiftieth or sixtieth or one hundredth time that the only sane response was to continue carrying the tune.Adam-Troy Castro Sixtieth Sayings By Adam-Troy Castro: Occasionally I glanced at the big blue cradle of civilization hanging in the sky, remembered
The name of the game is to talk to people. If you don't talk to people, you can't get started ... You knock on twenty doors or so, and twenty guys tell you to go to hell, or that they haven't got time. But maybe at the fortieth or sixtieth house you find the one guy who is all you need. You're not going to organize everything; you're just going to get it started.Cesar Chavez Sixtieth Sayings By Cesar Chavez: The name of the game is to talk to people. If you don't talk to
Fabulous Aunt Fancy had died on her sixtieth birthday while parachuting from an airplane.Nancy Thayer Sixtieth Sayings By Nancy Thayer: Fabulous Aunt Fancy had died on her sixtieth birthday while parachuting from an airplane.
You live as if you were destined to live forever, no thought of your frailty ever enters your head, of how much time has already gone by you take no heed. You squander time as if you drew from a full and abundant supply, so all the while that day which you bestow on some person or thing is perhaps your last. You have all the fears of mortals and all the desires of immortals ... What foolish forgetfulness of mortality to defer wise resolutions to the fiftieth or sixtieth year, and to intend to begin life at a point to which few have attained.Denis Diderot Sixtieth Sayings By Denis Diderot: You live as if you were destined to live forever, no thought of your frailty
How late it is to begin really to live just when life must end! How stupid to forget our mortality, and put off sensible plans to our fiftieth and sixtieth years, aiming to begin life from a point at which few have arrived!Seneca. Sixtieth Sayings By Seneca.: How late it is to begin really to live just when life must end! How
Through neglect of this rule, many men of genius and great scholars have become weak-minded and childish, or even gone quite mad, as they grew old. To take no other instances, there can be no doubt that the celebrated English poets of the early part of this century, Scott, Wordsworth, Southey, became intellectually dull and incapable towards the end of their days, nay, soon after passing their sixtieth year; and that their imbecility can be traced to the fact that, at that period of life, they were all led on? by the promise of high pay, to treat literature as a trade and to write for money. This seduced them into an unnatural abuse of their intellectual powers; and a man who puts his Pegasus into harness, and urges on his Muse with the whip, will have to pay a penalty similar to that which is exacted by the abuse of other kinds of power. AndArthur Schopenhauer Sixtieth Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: Through neglect of this rule, many men of genius and great scholars have become weak-minded
Man is at his furthest remove from the animal as a child, his intellect most human. With his fifteenth year and puberty he comes astep closer to the animal; with the sense of possessions of his thirties (the median line between laziness and greediness), still another step. In his sixtieth year of life he frequently loses his modesty as well, then the septuagenarian steps up to us as a completely unmasked beast: one need only look at the eyes and the teeth.Friedrich Nietzsche Sixtieth Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: Man is at his furthest remove from the animal as a child, his intellect most
Egypt is the First Nome. New York is the twenty-first. What's the last one, the Three-hundred-and-sixtieth?" "That would be Antarctica," Zia said. "A punishment assignment. Nothing there but a couple of cold magicians and some magic penguins." "Magic penguins?" "Don't ask.Rick Riordan Sixtieth Sayings By Rick Riordan: Egypt is the First Nome. New York is the twenty-first. What's the last one, the
Jane Fonda, who divided her life into three acts, decided after her sixtieth birthday that she was now facing the final act, and came to the following conclusion: "I thought to myself, well if that's the case and if what I'm scared of isn't death, but getting to the end with regrets, then I've got to figure out what would be the things that I would regret when I got to the last act if I hadn't done them or achieved them by then. And they were: having an intimate relationship and having made a difference."Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Sixtieth Sayings By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Jane Fonda, who divided her life into three acts, decided after her sixtieth birthday that