Sometimes No Words Are Needed Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Sometimes No Words Are Needed Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Gavin Extence: Sometimes words aren't needed. Sometimes words aren't needed. — Gavin Extence
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Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Ann Brashares: He took her in his arms right away. "I'm so sorry," he murmured in her He took her in his arms right away. "I'm so sorry," he murmured in her ear. He rocked her, saying it over and over.
But no matter how many times he said it, no matter how much she knew he meant it, the words stirred around in her ear but didn't get into her brain. Sometimes he could comfort her. Sometimes he said what she needed, but today he couldn't reach her. Nothing could. — Ann Brashares
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Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Najwa Zebian: Take responsibility.Just as you can't deny that you can feel love and hate, happiness and Take responsibility.
Just as you can't deny that you can feel love and hate, happiness and sadness, anger and ease of mind, or tiredness and relaxation, you can't deny that you have a fate that, sometimes, you can't control. That doesn't mean that it takes control over you. You can't deny that you have words that need to be spoken. You can't deny that you have a choice. You can't deny the ability that you can say no. You can't deny the ability that you have the freedom to make a decision and defend it. You can't deny injustice when you see it, unfairness when you feel it, oppression when you witness it. Stop blaming the world around you for wronging you. Take responsibility for the nos you could have said but chose not to, the words you could have said but didn't, instead wrapping your mouth with your own hands and remaining silent against what needed to be addressed. Take responsibility for the choices you could have made but restrained yourself from making. — Najwa Zebian
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Barbara Abercrombie: Here's the beauty of a camera: you don't have to come up with words for Here's the beauty of a camera: you don't have to come up with words for what you're looking at ... Maybe another angle is needed sometimes. When we're burned out from writing, we can photograph or draw, look at the world in a different way, and photographers could try writing what they see. — Barbara Abercrombie
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Lionel Shriver: She loved him, but that wasn't good enough. The word "love" was required to cover She loved him, but that wasn't good enough. The word "love" was required to cover such a range of emotions that it almost meant nothing at all. Since the love we distill for each beloved conforms to such a specific, rarefied recipe, with varying soupcons of resentment, pity, or lust, and sometimes even pinches of dislike, you really needed as many different words for the feeling as there were people whom you cared for in your life. — Lionel Shriver
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Sarah Vowell: We all grew up, those of us who took On the Road to heart. We We all grew up, those of us who took On the Road to heart. We came to cringe a little at our old favorite poet, concluding that God was likely never Pooh Bear, that sometimes New York and California could be just as isolated as our provincial hometown, and that grown men didn't run back and forth all the time bleeding soup and sympathy out of sucker women. But those are just details, really. We got what we needed, namely a passion for unlikely words, the willingness to improvise, a distrust of authority, and a sentimental attachment to a certain America ... — Sarah Vowell
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Samantha Young: Sometimes words aren't needed for you to know a change has come upon you. Sometimes words aren't needed for you to know a change has come upon you. — Samantha Young
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Emmanuel Jal: Sometimes words are not needed, and the simplicity of expressing yourself through an art form Sometimes words are not needed, and the simplicity of expressing yourself through an art form is one of the best ways of communication. — Emmanuel Jal
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Jennifer Lee Carrell: But there were other great writers who had done all these things. What set Shakespeare But there were other great writers who had done all these things. What set Shakespeare apart ... even from other greats, was his generosity: his invitation, even insistence,for others to join him in the act of imagining ... His reticence [to add stage directions] made his works wonderfully elastic. It also made them demnding
sometimes maddeningly so
for directors and actors who had to figure out at every turn why these words and no others needed to be said right here and now. But Shakespeare was also demanding of his audiences: 'Yes,' you could almost hear him say, 'you are sitting in a fairly barren wooden theater. But dream yourselves to France. To a seacoast in Bohemia. To a magic-haunted island in a tempest-tossed sea. I dare you.' -Kate Stanley — Jennifer Lee Carrell
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Vi Keeland: Sometimes the words that are left unspoken are the ones that most needed to be Sometimes the words that are left unspoken are the ones that most needed to be said. — Vi Keeland
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Steven Wright: It's very interesting, the joke comes first and then the wording comes within five seconds, It's very interesting, the joke comes first and then the wording comes within five seconds, maybe ten seconds. My thing is to get the joke across in as few words as possible. However, sometimes a word that's not really needed does help the rhythm of it. It's a gut feeling. — Steven Wright
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Jordan L. Hawk: I had dedicated my life to words. But sometimes, words are not needed. I had dedicated my life to words. But sometimes, words are not needed. — Jordan L. Hawk
Sometimes No Words Are Needed Sayings By Amy Lane: She taught him that sometimes, when someone was in emotional denial, they needed proof of She taught him that sometimes, when someone was in emotional denial, they needed proof of how wrong they really were. Sometimes they needed actions instead of words. Sometimes they needed someone to make the hard decision or to say the painful thing, or they would be lost and locked in their own hearts forever. — Amy Lane