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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Criss Jami: Excuses will become self-refuting. No man who does not believe that Jesus is the perfect, Excuses will become self-refuting. No man who does not believe that Jesus is the perfect, sinless Son of God can, in his desperation and love for sin, reasonably use and misconstrue Jesus' words that unless a Christian is perfect, then that Christian cannot judge sin. Otherwise this non-believer is unconsciously entertaining a belief that Jesus, unlike any other man to ever live, was indeed perfect and sinless in His judgments and therefore that Christian is supposed to be like Him. — Criss Jami
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Annette Bridges: Mamma says we would be wise to remember that what goes around usually comes back Mamma says we would be wise to remember that what goes around usually comes back around to us - the good or the bad - depending on which we dish out. — Annette Bridges
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Tess Stimson: Don't you dare hide behind your illness!" "You were the one who just said I Don't you dare hide behind your illness!"
"You were the one who just said I couldn't help it!"
"You can't help being ill, but you can help what you do about it," Eithne says sharply. — Tess Stimson
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By James Lileks: The International Criminal Court, like most international institutions, is a wonderful idea. A noble idea. The International Criminal Court, like most international institutions, is a wonderful idea. A noble idea. All it needs to work is planetary government, worldwide democracy and the triumph of reason over tribal loyalties, political doctrines and individual ambition. In other words, it requires that we all live in the world described by the "Star Trek" television shows. — James Lileks
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Marianne Moore: TO A GIRAFFE If it is unpermissible, in fact fatal to be personal and undesirable TO A GIRAFFE
If it is unpermissible, in fact fatal
to be personal and undesirable
to be literal - detrimental as well
if the eye is not innocent-does it mean that
one can live only on top leaves that are small
reachable only by a beast that is tall? -
of which the giraffe is the best example -
the unconversational animal.
When plagued by the psychological,
a creature can be unbearable
that could have been irresistible;
or to be exact, exceptional
since less conversational
than some emotionally-tied-in-knots animal.
After all
consolations of the metaphysical
can be profound. In Homer, existence
is flawed; transcendence, conditional;
"the journey from sin to redemption, perpetual. — Marianne Moore
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Henry James: That was originally what I had loved him for: that at a period when our That was originally what I had loved him for: that at a period when our native land was nude and crude and provincial, when the famous 'atmosphere' it is supposed to lack was not even missed, when literature was lonely there and art and form akmost impossible, he had found the means to live and write like one of the first; to be free and general and not at all afraid; to feel, understand, and express everything. — Henry James
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Gary Chapman: Many people mess up every new day with what happened yesterday. They insist on bringing Many people mess up every new day with what happened yesterday. They insist on bringing into today the failures of yesterday, and in so doing pollute a potentially wonderful day. When bitterness, resentment, and revenge are allowed to live in the human heart, words of affirmation will be impossible to speak. The best thing we can do with past failures is to let them be history. — Gary Chapman
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Wendy Mills: Courage is not always big and bright and loud; sometimes it's as silent and small Courage is not always big and bright and loud; sometimes it's as silent and small as true words, a smile when you'd rather weep, or getting up every day and living with quiet dignity while all around you life rages. You cannot truly love, live or exist without courage. Without it you are simply biding time until you die. — Wendy Mills
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By John Ruskin: You must get into the habit of looking intensely at words, and assuring yourself of You must get into the habit of looking intensely at words, and assuring yourself of their meaning, syllable by syllable-nay, letter by letter ... you might read all the books in the British Museum (if you could live long enough) and remain an utterly "illiterate," undeducated person; but if you read ten pages of a good book, letter by letter, - that is to say, with real accuracy- you are for evermore in some measure an educated person. — John Ruskin
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Walter Mosley: You should wait until the book is finished before making a judgment on its content. You should wait until the book is finished before making a judgment on its content. By the time you have gone through twenty drafts, the characters may have developed lives of their own, completely separate from the people you based them on in the beginning. And even if someone, at some time, gets upset with your words - so what? Live your life, sing your song. Anyone who loves you will want you to have that. — Walter Mosley
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Stuart Chase: We live in an ocean of words, but like a fish in water we are We live in an ocean of words, but like a fish in water we are often not aware of it. — Stuart Chase
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Amaka Imani Nkosazana: It's great to be self confident, but some people are very egotistical. Once you realize It's great to be self confident, but some people are very egotistical. Once you realize the world doesn't revolve around you and change your attitude, you'll truly walk in your purpose. — Amaka Imani Nkosazana
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Kemi Sogunle: Your journey is completely yours. It is unique. Others may try to steal part of Your journey is completely yours. It is unique. Others may try to steal part of it, tell it in their words or shape it to suit them. Reality is no one can live it or own it but you. Take charge of your journey, it's yours and yours alone! — Kemi Sogunle
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Moliere: I live on good soup, not on fine words. I live on good soup, not on fine words. — Moliere
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Andrew Fairchild: Beauty fades, but knowledge is eternal Beauty fades, but knowledge is eternal — Andrew Fairchild
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Some Words To Live By Sayings By Adrienne Rich: Was it worth while to laywith infinite exertiona roof I can't live under? - All Was it worth while to lay
with infinite exertion
a roof I can't live under?
- All those blueprints,
closings of gaps,
measurings, calculations?
A life I didn't choose
chose me: even
my tools are the wrong ones
for what I have to do.
I'm naked, ignorant,
a naked man fleeing
across the roofs
who could with a shade of difference
be sitting in the lamplight
against the cream wallpaper
reading - not with indifference
about a naked man
fleeing across the roofs. — Adrienne Rich
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Anaxagoras: Men would live exceedingly quiet if these two words, mine and thine, were taken away. Men would live exceedingly quiet if these two words, mine and thine, were taken away. — Anaxagoras
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Charles Tart: There is a joy in the actual taste of vanilla ice cream that does not There is a joy in the actual taste of vanilla ice cream that does not come from knowing the chemical formula of vanilla. There is a joy, an inherent aliveness in the body that you can experience if you pay attention to your body. But if you live up in your head, in your words all the time, you don't notice it. — Charles Tart
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Alaric Hutchinson: When engaging in simple everyday banter and communications, this rule of thumb can really help When engaging in simple everyday banter and communications, this rule of thumb can really help suppress a lot of our negative word 'vomit' since we often mindlessly chat about the things we don't like. If we refrain from expressing our negative opinions about things unless they're directly asked for, we can train ourselves to respond rather than react the second we see or hear something and then feel we must verbalize our views about it.

Remember, even if we don't agree with someone or something, we can still speak about the subject at hand in a positive light to encourage growth rather than guilty motivation. I like to say I express more "inspirations" than "opinions" with each passing day. — Alaric Hutchinson
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Bell Hooks: There are writers who write for fame. And there are writers who write because we There are writers who write for fame. And there are writers who write because we need to make sense of the world we live in; writing is a way to clarify, to interpret, to reinvent. We may want our work to be recognized, but that is not the reason we write. We do not write because we must; we always have a choice. We write because language is the way we keep a hold on life. With words we experience our deepest understandings of what it means to be intimate. We communicate to connect, to know community. — Bell Hooks
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Jennie Allen: At some point, our faith and our words must become our actions and lives. Do At some point, our faith and our words must become our actions and lives. Do we talk more about God than we obey him? We aren't going to get to heaven and have God say, "Thanks for talking about doing so much for me with your friends. That was awesome!" Many of us have sat in Bible studies or retreats or church talking about what we want to change and how we want to live for God, only to go home and back to the routine of life. Change is a funny thing. It takes change to change. — Jennie Allen
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Lydia Zinovieva-Annibal: On the third day Vera said:'I love your body because it is beautiful. But I On the third day Vera said:

'I love your body because it is beautiful. But I do not know your soul. I do not know whether there is a soul. Nor is it necessary for me because your body is beautiful.

But everything is mutable and you will grow old. At first your face will grow old. Your body will live longer. An old face will be a mockery before a youthful body. And then a wasted body will be a mockery to ravenous desires.

This is like the dead light of the setting sun which from the clouds above was reflected in the water... feeble and full of disillusion.

Should I not kill you so that I might always possess you for myself.'

And Vera became terrifying.

I found this unpleasant.

But from these words I understood that she had decided upon the day.

("Thirty-Three Abominations") — Lydia Zinovieva-Annibal
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Andrew Ashling: Of course he was afraid of war. Only fools are not. Anaxantis was no fool. Of course he was afraid of war. Only fools are not. Anaxantis was no fool. He was fully prepared to fight, but only as a last resort. — Andrew Ashling
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Sean Lowe: People often tell you to "live your dream." But I think the better advice is People often tell you to "live your dream." But I think the better advice is to be faithful. Treat people well, even when you don't feel like it. Tell the truth, even when it's complicated. Admit your mistakes, even when they make you look bad. In other words, don't save your integrity for the big moments. Practice it at all times so you actually have some when the big moments come. — Sean Lowe
Some Words To Live By Sayings By T.F. Hodge: Many quote scripture, less study it, and even fewer live it. ~T.F. Hodge Many quote scripture, less study it, and even fewer live it. ~T.F. Hodge — T.F. Hodge
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Paul Kane: Writing can be a very solitary business. It's you sat at a desk typing words Writing can be a very solitary business. It's you sat at a desk typing words into a computer. It can get lonely sometimes and lots of writers live quite isolated lives. — Paul Kane
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: You can share your testimony in many ways, by the words you speak, by the You can share your testimony in many ways, by the words you speak, by the example you set, by the manner in which you live your life. — Thomas S. Monson
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Margaret Atwood: Jimmy, look at it realistically. You can't couple a minimum access to food with an Jimmy, look at it realistically. You can't couple a minimum access to food with an expanding population indefinitely. Homo sapiens doesn't seem to be able to cut himself off at the supply end. He's one of the few species that doesn't limit reproduction in the face of dwindling resources. In other words - and up to a point, of course - the less we eat, the more we fuck."
"How to do you account for that?" said Jimmy
"Imagination," said Crake. "Men can imagine their own deaths ... human beings hope they can stick their souls into someone else ... and live on forever. — Margaret Atwood
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Rob Bell: Atoms are a relationship of energy. You are a relationship of energy interacting with another Atoms are a relationship of energy. You are a relationship of energy interacting with another person who is another complex relationship of energy. We all exchange more than words with each other ... We are made of the same substance as rocks and stars.. We are an exotic cocktail living on this planet.. We live in this universe which is a self-transcending reality — Rob Bell
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Li Bai: You ask me why I dwell amidst these jade-green hills? I smile. No words can You ask me why I dwell
amidst these jade-green hills?
I smile. No words can tell
the stillness in my heart.
Peach blossoms drift streamwater
away deep in mystery.
I live in the other world
one that lies beyond the human. — Li Bai
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Julie Kagawa: If we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And If we are talking about choice and regret, what has happened cannot be undone. And dwelling on the past changes nothing. You will only drive yourself to insanity if you do. — Julie Kagawa
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Kahlil Gibran: In the depth of my soul there are songs unwilling to take the garb of In the depth of my soul there are songs unwilling to take the garb of words, songs living as seed in my heart. They will not flow with ink onto paper. Like a translucent veil, they are wrapped about emotions that can never flow sweetly on my tongue.
Yet how can I even whisper them when I fear what the particles of air may do to them? To whom shall I sing them when they have become accustomed to live in the house of my soul and fear the harshness of other ears?
Were you to look into my eyes, you would see the image of their image. Were you to touch my fingertips, you would feel their quick movements. The works of my hands reveal them as the lake reflects the twinkling of the stars.
My tears disclose them as the mystery of the rose petal is disclosed at the moment the heat dissolves the drops of dew when that rose withers.
... Who can combine the roaring of the sea and the warbling of the nightingale? Who can link the crashing thunder with the baby's sigh? — Kahlil Gibran
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Jane Rule: Now that our sexual experience is increasingly available to us as a subject for contemplation, Now that our sexual experience is increasingly available to us as a subject for contemplation, we have to extend our language to express our new consciousness until we have as many words for sexuality as the Eskimo has for snow, that pervasive, beautiful, and mortal climate in which we all live. — Jane Rule
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Lailah Gifty Akita: You live not only for yourself but for others. You live not only for yourself but for others. — Lailah Gifty Akita
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Geraldine Brooks: It is my great good luck the words I use are English words, which means It is my great good luck the words I use are English words, which means I live in a very old nation of open borders; a rich, deep, multi-layered, promiscuous universe, infused with Latin, German, French, Greek, Arabic and countless other tongues. — Geraldine Brooks
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: Amelia told me once about a suspicion she'd had for a while. It bothered her Amelia told me once about a suspicion she'd had for a while. It bothered her quite a bit. She said that Win and I had fallen ill with scarlet fever, and you made the deadly nightshade syrup, you'd concocted far more than was necessary. And you kept a cup on it on Win's nightstand, like some sort of macabre nightcap. Amelia said that if Win had died, she thought you would have taken the rest of that poison. And I've always hated you for that. Because you forced me to stay alive without the woman I loved, while you had no bloody hell intention of doing the same."
Merripen didn't answer, gave no sign that he registered Leo's words.
"Christ, man," Leo said huskily. "If you had the bollocks to die with her, don't you think you could work up the courage to live with her? — Lisa Kleypas
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Charles Bukowski: It was a joy! Words weren't dull, words were things that could make your mind It was a joy! Words weren't dull, words were things that could make your mind hum. If you read them and let yourself feel the magic, you could live without pain, with hope, no matter what happened to you. — Charles Bukowski
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Katja Millay: It's about the dream of second chances," he says finally. He hasn't raised his eyes It's about the dream of second chances," he says finally. He hasn't raised his eyes from the paper on his desk and I feel him looking at me without looking when he uses his grandfather's words. "The narrator doesn't respect the beauty of life and the world around her, so it crushes her into the ground and once she's dead, she realizes everything she took for granted and didn't see right in front of her while she was alive. She's begging for another chance to live again so she can appreciate it this time."
"And does she get that chance?" she asks Josh while I desperately focus on the poster of literary terms on the wall and wait for absolution. When it comes, I barely hear it.
"She does. — Katja Millay
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: It is impossible to stand upright when one plants his roots in the shifting sands It is impossible to stand upright when one plants his roots in the shifting sands of popular opinion and approval. Needed is the courage of a Daniel, an Abinadi, a Moroni, or a Joseph Smith in order for us to hold strong and fast to that which we know is right. They had the courage to do not that which was easy but that which was right.
We will all face fear, experience ridicule, and meet opposition. Let us
all of us
have the courage to defy the consensus, the courage to stand for principle. Courage, not compromise, brings the smile of God's approval. Courage becomes a living and an attractive virtue when it is regarded not only as a willingness to die manfully but also as the determination to live decently. As we move forward, striving to live as we should, we will surely receive help from the Lord and can find comfort in His words — Thomas S. Monson
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Doris Day: If I'd find a dog, I'd try to find the owner, of course, but it If I'd find a dog, I'd try to find the owner, of course, but it was mine! I just can't live without them; I love them so much. I have cats, too. People call me all the time and say, 'We know of a couple of cats people don't care for,' and I say, 'Bring them!' That's it - two words. I'm always open for that. — Doris Day
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Patricia Hill Collins: I suggest that Black feminist thought consists of specialised knowledge created by African-American women which I suggest that Black feminist thought consists of specialised knowledge created by African-American women which clarifies a standpoint of and for Black women. In other words, Black feminist thought encompasses theoretical interpretations of Black women's reality by those who live it. — Patricia Hill Collins
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Virginia Woolf: So I have to create the whole thing afresh for myself each time. Probably all So I have to create the whole thing afresh for myself each time. Probably all writers now are in the same boat. It is the penalty we pay for breaking with tradition, and the solitude makes the writing more exciting though the being read less so. One ought to sink to the bottom of the sea, probably, and live alone with ones words. — Virginia Woolf
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Lujan Matus: You have to live the way you are going to end up. You have to live the way you are going to end up. — Lujan Matus
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. We are what our thoughts have made us; so take care about what you think. Words are secondary. Thoughts live; they travel far. — Swami Vivekananda
Some Words To Live By Sayings By C.K. Webb: Don't say it is too hard or you can't find the words and please don't Don't say it is too hard or you can't find the words and please don't tell me there isn't enough time in the day. Writers start each day with a pen in their hand and do not make excuses. To be a writer is to do what is too hard, to find the words when others could not and make time no matter what. The proof is in the book you hold, the words you read and the stories that live on forever. — C.K. Webb
Some Words To Live By Sayings By W.P. Kinsella: Writers are magicians. They write down words, and, if they're good, you believe that what Writers are magicians. They write down words, and, if they're good, you believe that what they write is real, just as you believe a good magician has pulled the coins out of your ear, or made his assistant disappear. But the words on the page have no connection to the person who wrote them. Writers live other peoples' lives for them. — W.P. Kinsella
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Bangambiki Habyarimana: We fight exploitation of man by man in words but live it in daily life We fight exploitation of man by man in words but live it in daily life — Bangambiki Habyarimana
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Terry Pratchett: Why bother with a cunning plan when a simple one will do? Why bother with a cunning plan when a simple one will do? — Terry Pratchett
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Thomas Merton: Whether you teach or live in the cloister or nurse the sick, whether you are Whether you teach or live in the cloister or nurse the sick, whether you are in religion or out of it, married or single, no matter who you are or what you are, you are called to the summit of perfection: you are called to a deep interior life perhaps even to mystical prayer, and to pass the fruits of your contemplation on to others. And if you cannot do so by word, then by example.
Yet if this sublime fire of infused love burns in your soul, it will inevitably send forth throughout the Church and the world an influence more tremendous than could be estimated by the radius reached by words or by example. — Thomas Merton
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Rainer Maria Rilke: The longer i live, the more urgent it seems to me to endure and transcribe The longer i live, the more urgent it seems to me to endure and transcribe the whole dictation of existence up to its end, for it might just be the case that only the very last sentence contains that small and possibly inconspicuous word through which everything we had struggled to learn and everything we had failed to understand will be transformed into magnificent sense. — Rainer Maria Rilke
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Malcolm Gladwell: Cultures of honor tend to take root in highlands and other marginally fertile areas, such Cultures of honor tend to take root in highlands and other marginally fertile areas, such as Sicily or the mountainous Basque regions of Spain. If you live on some rocky mountainside, the explanation goes, you can't farm. You probably raise goats or sheep, and the kind of culture that grows up around being a herdsman is very different from the culture that grows up around growing crops. The survival of a farmer depends on the cooperation of others in the community. But a herdsman is off by himself. Farmers also don't have to worry that their livelihood will be stolen in the night, because crops can't easily be stolen unless, of course, a thief wants to go to the trouble of harvesting an entire field on his own. But a herdsman does have to worry. He's under constant threat of ruin through the loss of his animals. So he has to be aggressive: he has to make it clear, through his words and deeds, that he is not weak. — Malcolm Gladwell
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Cheryl Strayed: Don't listen to those people who suggest you should be "over" your daughter's death by Don't listen to those people who suggest you should be "over" your daughter's death by now. The people who squawk the loudest about such
things have almost never had to get over anything. Or at least not anything that was genuinely, mind-fuckingly, soul-crushingly life altering. Some of
those people believe they're being helpful by minimizing your pain. Others are scared of the intensity of your loss and so they use their words to
push your grief away. Many of those people love you and are worthy of your love, but they are not the people who will be helpful to you when it
comes to healing the pain of your daughter's death.
They live on Planet Earth. You live on Planet My Baby Died. — Cheryl Strayed
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Connie Kerbs: Obedience, responsibility, rules and safety are loyal, inseparable playmates. But Love is their wise mother, Obedience, responsibility, rules and safety are loyal, inseparable playmates. But Love is their wise mother, who knows there are times to break them up, at least for a bit, lest they get into some kind of arrogant, bullish, mischief or completely shut out their other siblings - joy, common sense, and compassion. — Connie Kerbs
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Ben H. Winters: Now I see things differently. It took me some time, but I know the secret Now I see things differently. It took me some time, but I know the secret now. Freedman Town serves a good purpose
not for the people who live there, Lord knows; people stuck there by poverty, by prejudice, by laws that keep them from moving or working. Freedman Town's purpose is for the rest of the world. The world that sits, like Martha, with dark glasses on, staring from a distance, scared but safe. Create a pen like that, give people no choice but to live like animals, and then people get to point at them and say 'Will you look at those animals? That's what kind of people those people are.' And that idea drifts up and out of Freedman Town like chimney smoke, black gets to mean poor and poor to mean dangerous and all the words get murked together and become one dark idea, a cloud of smoke, the smokestack fumes drifting like filthy air across the rest of the nation. — Ben H. Winters
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Albert Camus: I hadn't grasped how days could be at once long and short. Long, no doubt, I hadn't grasped how days could be at once long and short. Long, no doubt, as periods to live through, but so distended that they ended up by overlapping on each other. In fact, I never thought of days as such; only the words 'yesterday' and 'tomorrow' still kept some meaning. — Albert Camus
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Marianne Moore: BY DISPOSITION OF ANGELS Messengers much like ourselves? Explain it. Steadfastness the darkness makes explicit? BY DISPOSITION OF ANGELS
Messengers much like ourselves? Explain it.
Steadfastness the darkness makes explicit?
Something heard most clearly when not near it?
Above particularities,
these unparticularities praise cannot violate.
One has seen, in such steadiness never deflected,
how by darkness a star is perfected.
Star that does not ask me if I see it?
Fir that would not wish me to uproot it?
Speech that does not ask me if I hear it?
Mysteries expound mysteries.
Steadier than steady, star dazzling me, live and elate,
no need to say, how like some we have known; too like her,
too like him, and a-quiver forever. — Marianne Moore
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Harlan Ellison: The passion for revenge should never blind you to the pragmatics of the situation. There The passion for revenge should never blind you to the pragmatics of the situation. There are some people who are so blighted by their past, so warped by experience and the pull of that silken cord, that they never free themselves of the shadows that live in the time machine ...
And if there is a kind thought due them, it may be found contained in the words of the late Gerald Kersh, who wrote: ... there are men whom one hates until a certain moment when one sees, through a chink in their armour, the writhing of something nailed down and in torment. — Harlan Ellison
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Mark Buchanan: That's why we need to practice the presence of God: Not just to acknowledge in That's why we need to practice the presence of God: Not just to acknowledge in some philosophical way that God is present, but to rehearse, to repeat, to work and rework our knowledge that even though we don't see Him and sometimes don't feel Him, He is there. He is here. When we practice the presence of God, we train ourselves to desire His presence - to resist our temptation to flee Him. We also train ourselves to experience His presence - to resist our temptation to think that He flees us. In other words, the practice of the presence of God helps us to live between the temptations of Jonah bound for Tarshish and John bound in prison. Jonah is the prophet who wants to abandon God. John is the prophet who feels abandoned by God. — Mark Buchanan
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Nikki Rowe: We all have a vision, a dream to hope for. Some chase it and some We all have a vision, a dream to hope for.
Some chase it and some wish upon it..
Who do you think, wins?
the chaser finds ways to create it, regardless of the fight, the wisher finds way to excuse it, because courage doesn't fill their hearts. — Nikki Rowe
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Robert Greene: Never assume that the person you are dealing with is weaker or less important than Never assume that the person you are dealing with is weaker or less important than you are. Some people are slow to take offense, which may make you misjudge the thickness of their skin, and fail to worry about insulting them. But should you offend their honor and their pride, they will overwhelm you with a violence that seems sudden and extreme given their slowness to anger. If you want to turn people down, it is best to do so politely and respectfully, even if you feel their request is impudent or their offer ridiculous. — Robert Greene
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Rhonda Byrne: You might think, 'I've got time to follow my dreams.' You don't have time. Life You might think, 'I've got time to follow my dreams.' You don't have time. Life is short. The current life expectancy is 24,869 days. While some of us will live more days and some fewer, either way you have only a precious number of days to live this life, and so you do not have time to put off your dreams. It is now or never. If you don't do it now, you will keep putting it off, and you'll never do it. The time is now! — Rhonda Byrne
Some Words To Live By Sayings By Annie Dillard: We teach our children one thing only, as we were taught: to wake up. We We teach our children one thing only, as we were taught: to wake up. We teach our children to look alive there, to join by words and activities the life of human culture on this planet's crust. As adults we are almost all adept at waking up. We have so mastered the transition we make a hundred times a day, as, like so many will-less dolphins, we plunge and surface, lapse and emerge. We live half our waking lives and all of our sleeping lives in some private, useless, and insensible waters we never mention or recall. Useless, I say. Valueless, I might add - until someone hauls their wealth up to the surface and into the wide-awake city, in a form that people can use. — Annie Dillard