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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Robert Breault: It's hard, sometimes, when nothing's stopping you, to know what's stopping you. It's hard, sometimes, when nothing's stopping you, to know what's stopping you. — Robert Breault
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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Ron Paul: Why volunteer to fight in wars that contribute nothing for our security and undermine our Why volunteer to fight in wars that contribute nothing for our security and undermine our Constitution? More and more Americans are beginning to realize that the government has little to do with "defending our freedoms" or stopping terrorism. — Ron Paul
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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Virginia Woolf: Old Madame du Deffand and her friends talked for fifty years without stopping. And of Old Madame du Deffand and her friends talked for fifty years without stopping. And of it all, what remains? Perhaps three witty sayings. So that we are at liberty to suppose either that nothing was said, or that nothing witty was said, or that the fraction of three witty sayings lasted eighteen thousand two hundred and fifty nights, which does not leave a liberal allowance of wit for any one of them. — Virginia Woolf
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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Jeanette Winterson: Misery is a no U-turns, no stopping road. Travel down it pushed by those behind, Misery is a no U-turns, no stopping road. Travel down it pushed by those behind, tripped by those in front. Travel down it at furious speed though the days are mummified in lead. It happens so fast once you get started, there's no anchor from the real world to slow you down, nothing to hold on to. Misery pulls away the brackets of life leaving you to free fall. Whatever your private hell, you'll find millions like it in Misery. This is the town where everyone's nightmares come true. — Jeanette Winterson
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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Sarah Rees Brennan: How do you deal with it?" Kami asked Jared. "The laughing at nothing and occasionally How do you deal with it?" Kami asked Jared. "The laughing at nothing and occasionally stopping dead in your tracks."
"I have a system where when I stop, I lean casually against something," Jared told her. "It makes people think I'm a bad boy. Or possibly that I have a bad back. — Sarah Rees Brennan
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Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Shinichi Suzuki: To make a resolution and act accordingly is to live with hope. There may be To make a resolution and act accordingly is to live with hope. There may be difficulties and hardships, but not disappointment or despair if you follow the path steadily. Do not hurry. This is a fundamental rule. If you hurry and collapse or tumble down, nothing is achieved. DO not rest in your efforts; this is another fundamental rule. Without stopping, without haste, carefully taking a step at a time forward will surely get you there. — Shinichi Suzuki
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Nora Roberts: I'm wanting the hell out of you. Day and night."Her voice was throaty now, dark I'm wanting the hell out of you. Day and night."
Her voice was throaty now, dark with need. "I guess that makes it handy, since I want the hell out of you too."
"It doesn't scare you?"
"Nothing about you and me scares me."
"And what if I said I want you to let me do anything I want to you? Everything?"
Her heart fluttered to her throat, but her eyes stayed steady. "I'd say who's stopping you? — Nora Roberts
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: If he failed the first time he took his driver's licence test, it was mainly If he failed the first time he took his driver's licence test, it was mainly because he started an argument with the examiner in an ill-timed effort to prove that nothing could be more humiliating to a rational creature than being required to encourage the development of a base conditional reflex by stopping at a red light when there was not an earthly soul around, heeled or wheeled. He was more circumspect the next time, and passed ... — Vladimir Nabokov
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Charles Bukowski: This is very important to take leisure time. Pace is the essence. Without stopping entirely This is very important
to take leisure time. Pace is the essence. Without stopping entirely and doing nothing at all for great periods, you're gonna lose everything ... just to do nothing at all, very, very important. And how many people do this in modern society? Very few. That's why they're all totally mad, frustrated, angry and hateful. — Charles Bukowski
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Blake Crouch: If I wanted to bring you down, David, I could've done that months ago." "If If I wanted to bring you down, David, I could've done that months ago." "If I wanted you dead, Agent Hassler - you and everyone you love - there is nothing in the world stopping me from making that happen. Not from prison. Not from the grave." "So we've established trust," Hassler said. "Perhaps. Or at the very least, assured mutual destruction." "No difference in my book. — Blake Crouch
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Jenna Marbles: If you want to be like someone, there's nothing stopping you from modeling yourself after If you want to be like someone, there's nothing stopping you from modeling yourself after someone else. You don't have to BE them - that's not your job in life. Your job in life is not to be someone else. You just want to be as good at being you as that person is at being them. — Jenna Marbles
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Agnes Repplier: A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about like mad at nothing whatever, and generally A kitten is chiefly remarkable for rushing about like mad at nothing whatever, and generally stopping before it gets there. — Agnes Repplier
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Kerrigan Byrne: Nothing else need be said between them. No words or platitudes uttered. No fears or Nothing else need be said between them. No words or platitudes uttered. No fears or sins confessed. He saw absolution in her eyes. Understanding. Acceptance.
And still he gave her a moment. A warning. A chance to escape.
Because once he got his hands on her, there would be no stopping him. — Kerrigan Byrne
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Joanna Runciman: Being busy is a distraction and I am sure that doing nothing, resting and sleeping Being busy is a distraction and I am sure that doing nothing, resting and sleeping are all good cures for modern life. I am not suggesting we all do nothing but sleep, however, sometimes stopping long enough to 'be' can be very powerful. — Joanna Runciman
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Gerard Way: It erases everything I hate about myself. Nothing can hurt me. I feel completely invincible. It erases everything I hate about myself. Nothing can hurt me. I feel completely invincible. I feel like everyone else on that stage is invincible and we're capable of anything. There's no stopping us. — Gerard Way
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By E.L. James: I will never get enough of you. Don't leave me," he murmurs and kisses my I will never get enough of you. Don't leave me," he murmurs and kisses my belly.
"I'm not going anywhere, Christian, and I seem to remember that I wanted to kiss your belly," I grumble sleepily.
He grins at my skin. "Nothing stopping you baby. — E.L. James
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Sophie Scholl: Just as I can't see a clear brook without at least stopping to dangle my Just as I can't see a clear brook without at least stopping to dangle my feet in it, I can't see a meadow in May and simply pass by. There is nothing more seductive then such fragrant earth, the blossoms of clover swaying above it like a light foam, and the petal-bedecked branches of the fruit trees reaching upward, as if they wanted to rescue themselves from this tranquil sea. No, I have to turn from my path and immerse myself in this richness ...
When I turn my head, my cheek grazes the rough trunk of the apple tree next to me. How protectively it spreads its good branches over me. Without ceasing the sap rises from its roots, nuturing even the smallest of leaves. Do I hear, perhaps, a secret heartbeat? I press my face against its dark, warm bark and think to myself: homeland, and am so indescribably happy in this instant. — Sophie Scholl
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: A Buddha is a person who has no more business to do and isn't looking A Buddha is a person who has no more business to do and isn't looking for anything. In doing nothing, in simply stopping, we can live freely and be true to ourselves, and our liberation will contribute to the liberation of all beings. — Thich Nhat Hanh
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Cassandra Clare: No, you don't need to help me. But if you don't, there's nothing stopping me No, you don't need to help me. But if you don't, there's nothing stopping me from calling you up again and again, now that I know you can't kill me. Think of it as me leaning against your Heavenly doorbell ... forever. — Cassandra Clare
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Markus Zusak: Have me, they said, and there was no stopping them. They were frightened, no question, Have me, they said, and there was no stopping them. They were frightened, no question, but they were not afraid of me. It was a fear of messing up and having to face themselves again, and facing the world, and the likes of you.
There was nothing I could do.
They had too many ways, they were too resourceful - and when they did it too well, whatever their chosen method, I was in no position to refuse. — Markus Zusak
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Leon Trotsky: Actually, the decision was not only expedient but necessary. The severity of this summary justice Actually, the decision was not only expedient but necessary. The severity of this summary justice showed the world that we would continue to fight mercilessly, stopping at nothing. The execution of the Tsar's family was needed not only in order to frighten, horrify, and dishearten the enemy but also in order to shake up our own ranks, to show them that there was no turning back, that ahead lay either complete victory or complete ruin. — Leon Trotsky
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Thomas Love Peacock: I contrive to get through my day by sinking the morning in bed, and killing I contrive to get through my day by sinking the morning in bed, and killing the evening in company; dressing and dining in the intermediate space, and stopping the chinks and crevices of the few vacant moments that remain with a little easy reading. And that amiable discontent and antisociality which you reprobate in our present drawing-room-table literature, I find, I do assure you, a very fine mental tonic, which reconciles me to my favourite pursuit of doing nothing, by showing me that nobody is worth doing any thing for. — Thomas Love Peacock
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Garth Greenwell: But I'm your son, which was my only appeal and the last thing I would But I'm your son, which was my only appeal and the last thing I would say. He made a dismissive sound, almost a laugh, and then he spoke again, with a snarling voice I had never heard before, he said The hell you are. He went on, he spoke without stopping, A faggot, he said, if I had known you would never have been born. You disgust me, he said, do you know that, you disgust me, how could you be my son? As I listened to him say these things it was as though even as I laid claim to myself I found there was nothing to claim, nothing or next to nothing, as though I were dissolving and my tears were the outward sign of that dissolution. — Garth Greenwell
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Helen DeWitt: In her excitement at the idea of just walking out the door she had walked In her excitement at the idea of just walking out the door she had walked out the door without stopping to practice and without even her sheet music, and now she had nothing to play from and nothing prepared.
Some people might have been daunted by this setback. The Konigsbergs faced musical catastrophe on a daily basis, & their motto was: Never say die. — Helen DeWitt
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Vladimir Nabokov: Nothing could be more humiliating to a rational creature than being required to encourage the Nothing could be more humiliating to a rational creature than being required to encourage the development of a Base conditional reflex by stopping at a red light when there was not an earthly soul around, heeled or wheeled. — Vladimir Nabokov
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Louis Tomlinson: If you wanna go somewhere, you can do; nothing is stopping you. If you wanna go somewhere, you can do; nothing is stopping you. — Louis Tomlinson
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Neil Gaiman: I couldn't get you to the ocean, but there was nothing stopping me bringing the I couldn't get you to the ocean, but there was nothing stopping me bringing the ocean to you. — Neil Gaiman
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Megan Miranda: If there's a feeling to home, it's this. A place where there are no secrets, If there's a feeling to home, it's this. A place where there are no secrets, where nothing stays buried; not the past and not yourself. Where you can be all the versions of you, see it all reflected back at you as you walk the same stairs, the same halls, the same rooms. Feel the ghost of your mother as you sit at the kitchen table, hear the words of your father circling round and round after dinner, and your brother stopping by, wishing you'd be a little better, a little stronger ... It's four walls echoing back everything you've ever been and everything you've ever done, and it's the people who stay despite it all. Through it all. For it all. — Megan Miranda
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Dejan Stojanovic: Nothing is made, nothing disappears. The same changes, at the same places, never stopping. Nothing is made, nothing disappears. The same changes, at the same places, never stopping. — Dejan Stojanovic
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Victor Davis Hanson: I wish I could attribute the absence of any conventional Arab offensive in the last I wish I could attribute the absence of any conventional Arab offensive in the last 20 years to a change of political climate or a willingness to abide by past accords. But unfortunately it is more likely that the Egyptians or Syrians concluded that the next time their tanks headed to Tel Aviv, there was nothing stopping the counterassaults from ending up in downtown Cairo or Damascus. — Victor Davis Hanson
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: As a member of a zippier generation, with sparkle in its eyes and a snap As a member of a zippier generation, with sparkle in its eyes and a snap in its stride, let me tell you what kept us as high as kites a lot of the time: hatred. All my life I've had people to hate - from Hitler to Nixon, not that those two are at all comparable in their villainy. It is a tragedy, perhaps, that human beings can get so much energy and enthusiasm from hate. If you want to feel ten feet tall and as though you could run a hundred miles without stopping, hate beats pure cocaine any day. Hitler resurrected a beaten, bankrupt, half-starved nation with hatred and nothing more. Imagine — Kurt Vonnegut
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Eve Ensler: Slowly, it dawned on me that nothing was more important than stopping violence toward women Slowly, it dawned on me that nothing was more important than stopping violence toward women - that the desecration of women indicated the failure of human beings to honor and protect life — Eve Ensler
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Maeve Greyson: Well dammit. Trulie hooked her hand into the crook of his elbow and turned toward Well dammit. Trulie hooked her hand into the crook of his elbow and turned toward the bridge. The chilling height of the structure spanning the ravine could no longer be blamed for the tingling dizziness pinging across her senses. Fear of heights was nothing compared to this subtle emotional dance with a heart-stopping Highlander. — Maeve Greyson
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Anna Banks: Galen places a hand on my thigh under the table and gives it a gentle Galen places a hand on my thigh under the table and gives it a gentle squeeze. It's not meant to be sensual at all, but I've been going through Galen-withdrawals and I can't help but acknowledge the sensation of lava flowing through my veins. I try, try, try to respect that it's meant to comfort me. Galen must see it on my face because his eyes widen before he moves his hand away from me. "There's nothing for us to go back to, Emma," Galen says, clearing his throat. "That tribunal should have never happened. The Syrena world we once knew doesn't exist anymore."
So I was right. The only thing stopping him in the bedroom earlier was my wound. Not Syrena law. Not Syrena tradition. — Anna Banks
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Mary Borden: One wants more time, more youth. That is it. That is all one asks for One wants more time, more youth. That is it. That is all one asks for - nothing but that, a little more time. Hear it running by! Listen! In the night, in the morning, at noon, at even, rushing by, silent, stealthy, trying to hoodwink you by the fixed appearance of things that seem not to change; but never stopping. Oh, to stop it! Oh, to get it back! Oh, to dig one's toes in and refuse to be rushed headlong towards the brink! — Mary Borden
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Will Wiles: My sensitive soul was no longer held down by heavy chains of duty and distraction My sensitive soul was no longer held down by heavy chains of duty and distraction -- it would now (I had theorized) take wing. But I was gripped by a kind of dull horror. Even in perfect conditions, I couldn't muster the perfect mood to be all that I wanted to be. I simply could not do it. If nothing was stopping me, what was stopping me? — Will Wiles
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Bethany Wiggins: I could have taken you to the lab right now and been done with you.Now I could have taken you to the lab right now and been done with you.Now I have to babysit you until Sunday." He shakes his head and pushes past me, grumbling under his breath.
"Gee, thanks. But you're the worst babysitter in the history of the world, Dreyden. Babysitters are supposed to be fun," I say to his back, and then stick out my tongue. Very thirteen-year old. He turns and strides up to me, eyes full of fire, not stopping until our noses touch. I gulp and force myself not to step back. "Nothing about life is fum anymore, Fo," he says. And then he leaves, feet thumping sown the stairs. — Bethany Wiggins
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Susan Dennard: The Airwitch had gone from reading nothing in his life to never stopping, buying every The Airwitch had gone from reading nothing in his life to never stopping, buying every novel or history book he could get his hands on. — Susan Dennard
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Virginia Woolf: But his son hated him. He hated him for coming up to them, for stopping But his son hated him. He hated him for coming up to them, for stopping and looking down on them; he hated him for interrupting them; he hated him for the exaltation and sublimity of his gestures; for the magnificence of his head; for his exactingness and egotism (for there he stood, commanding then to attend to him); but most of all he hated the twang and twitter of his father's emotion which, vibrating round them, disturbed the perfect simplicity and good sense of his relations with his mother. By looking fixedly at the page, he hoped to make him move on; by pointing his finger at a word, he hoped to recall his mother's attention, which, he knew angrily, wavered instantly his father stopped. But, no. Nothing would make Mr. Ramsay move on. There he stood, demanding sympathy. — Virginia Woolf
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By William Shakespeare: LEONTES Is whispering nothing? Is leaning cheek to cheek? is meeting noses? Kissing with inside LEONTES Is whispering nothing? Is leaning cheek to cheek? is meeting noses? Kissing with inside lip? Stopping the career Of laughter with a sigh? - a note infallible Of breaking honesty; - horsing foot on foot? Skulking in corners? wishing clocks more swift; Hours, minutes; noon, midnight? and all eyes Blind with the pin and web but theirs, theirs only, That would unseen be wicked? - is this nothing? Why, then the world and all that's in't is nothing; The covering sky is nothing; Bohemia nothing; My is nothing; nor nothing have these nothings, If this be nothing. — William Shakespeare
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: I've tried so hard to stay away from you," he whispered one night, cuddling her I've tried so hard to stay away from you," he whispered one night, cuddling her while the moonlight made stripes across the shadowed hills of the bedclothes.
"Why?" Daisy whispered back, crawling over him until she was draped over the muscled surface of his chest.
He played with the dark cascade of her hair. "Because I shouldn't come to you like this until we're married. There's a risk - "
Daisy silenced him with her mouth, not stopping until his breath had hastened and his bare skin was as hot as a stove-plate beneath her. She lifted her head to smile down into his gleaming eyes. "All or nothing," she murmured. "That's how I want you. — Lisa Kleypas
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Alexandra Heminsley: You don't run,' he corrected me. 'But you're more than able.' There was no shadow You don't run,' he corrected me. 'But you're more than able.' There was no shadow of doubt in his voice. Hearing it from someone else made me realize: there was nothing stopping me from running but me. — Alexandra Heminsley
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: You're a slave? (Eleni)I was. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have come here. (Acheron)Take your cloak You're a slave? (Eleni)
I was. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have come here. (Acheron)
Take your cloak off and sit, Acheron. You've done nothing to apologize for. I admire you all the more for stopping to help us. It's nothing for a nobleman to do so, yet they seldom bother to help those less fortunate. For a freedman to speak up in defense of another takes great courage and character. What you did is all the more noble and kind, and I would be honored to have you sit at my table with us. (Acheron) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Jennifer Comeaux: If two people like each other and nothing's stopping them from being together, then they If two people like each other and nothing's stopping them from being together, then they should go for it. — Jennifer Comeaux
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Diane DiMassa: dykes were put here to tip the scales! we have a very important job and dykes were put here to tip the scales! we have a very important job and i wouldn't trade it for the world. give me a choice between breeding, accelerated aging, living with an orangutan, and maid duty for life...or, autonomy, black boots, multiple orgasms, cats instead of kids, people who say what they mean, and nothing stopping me from doing whatever i wanna do...and guess which one i pick? — Diane DiMassa
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Paul Feyerabend: Yes, the academic world is screwed up, and there is nothing you can do about Yes, the academic world is screwed up, and there is nothing you can do about it. But don't worry about that. Just do what you want. If you know what you want to do and advocate for it, no one will put any energy into stopping you. — Paul Feyerabend
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Zadie Smith: Power had preyed on weakness here: all kinds of power - local, racial, tribal, royal, Power had preyed on weakness here: all kinds of power - local, racial, tribal, royal, national, global, economic - on all kinds of weakness, stopping at nothing, not even at the smallest girl child. But power does that everywhere. The world is saturated in blood. Every tribe has their blood-soaked legacy: here was mine. I waited for whatever cathartic feeling people hope to experience in such places, but I couldn't make myself believe the pain of my tribe was uniquely gathered here, in this place, the pain was too obviously everywhere, this just happened to be where they'd placed the monument. I gave up and went in search of Lamin. — Zadie Smith
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Paul Cezanne: I could paint for a hundred years, a thousand years without stopping and I would I could paint for a hundred years, a thousand years without stopping and I would still feel as though I knew nothing. — Paul Cezanne
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio: It was as if there were no names here, as if there were no words. It was as if there were no names here, as if there were no words. The desert cleansed everything in its wind, wiped everything away. The men had the freedom of the open spaces in their eyes, their skin was like metal. Sunlight blazed everywhere. The ochre, yellow, gray, white sand, the fine sand shifted, showing the direction of the wind. It covered all traces, all bones. It repelled light, drove away water, life, far from a center that no one could recognize. The men knew perfectly well that the desert wanted nothing to do with them: so they walked on without stopping, following the paths that other feet had already traveled in search of something else. — Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Bryan Lee O'Malley: Every time you look up at the stars, it's like opening a door. You could Every time you look up at the stars, it's like opening a door. You could be anyone, anywhere. You could be yourself at any moment in your life. You open that door and you realize you're the same person under the same stars. Camping out in the backyard with your best friend, eleven years old. Sixteen, driving alone, stopping at the edge of the city, looking up at the same stars. Walking a wooded path, kissing in the moonlight, look up and you're eleven again. Chasing cats in a tiny town, you're eleven again, you're sixteen again. You're in a rowboat. You're staring out the back of a car. Out here where the world begins and ends, it's like nothing ever stops happening. — Bryan Lee O'Malley
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Zeena Schreck: When we don't put the brakes on our self-absorption, we have nothing stopping us from When we don't put the brakes on our self-absorption, we have nothing stopping us from total self-destruction. We become the fruits of our actions. — Zeena Schreck
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Teresa Heinz: I'm more old-fashioned than a lot of women ... I don't view abortion as just I'm more old-fashioned than a lot of women ... I don't view abortion as just a nothing. It is stopping the process of life. — Teresa Heinz
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Mike Yaconelli: Rest is a decision we make. Rest is choosing to do nothing when we have Rest is a decision we make. Rest is choosing to do nothing when we have too much to do, slowing down when we feel pressure to go faster, stopping instead of starting. Rest is listening to our weariness and responding to our tiredness, not to what is making us tired. Rest is what happens when we say one simple word: "No!" Rest is the ultimate humiliation because in order to rest, we must admit we are not necessary, that the world can get along without us, that God's work does not depend on us. Once we understand how unnecessary we are, only then might we find the right reasons to say yes. Only then might we find the right reasons to decide to be with Jesus instead of working for him. Only then might we have the courage to take a nap with Jesus. — Mike Yaconelli
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Holly Black: I'd get out of here," he said. "Go someplace where no one knew me. Start I'd get out of here," he said. "Go someplace where no one knew me. Start over. Go to Paris like you did or go to - I don't know - Prague. Somewhere." He looked toward the window, like he could already see himself gone.
"Oh," she said, because it hurt that he was thinking about that when she was thinking about him. She narrowed her eyes. "What's stopping you?"
The boy looked down at the book of fairy tales. "Nothing," he said.
Lila wanted to be the one to stop him. — Holly Black
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By H. P. Blavatsky: Nothing of that which is conducive to help man, collectively or individually, to live not Nothing of that which is conducive to help man, collectively or individually, to live not "happily" but less unhappily in this world, ought to be indifferent to the Theosophist-Occultist. It is no concern of his whether his help benefits a man in his worldly or spiritual progress; his first duty is to be ever ready to help if he can, without stopping to philosophize. — H. P. Blavatsky
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: This was very bitter to Gerald, who had never known what boredom was, who had This was very bitter to Gerald, who had never known what boredom was, who had gone from activity to activity, never at a loss. Now, gradually, everything seemed to be stopping in him. He did not want any more to do the things that offered. Something dead within him just refused to respond to any suggestion. He cast over in his mind, what it would be possible to do, to save himself from this misery of nothingness, relieve the stress of this hollowness. And there were only three things left, that would rouse him, make him live. One was to drink or smoke hashish, the other was to be soothed by Birkin, and the third was women. And there was no-one for the moment to drink with. Nor was there a woman. And he knew Birkin was out. So there was nothing to do but to bear the stress of his own emptiness. — D.H. Lawrence
Stopping At Nothing Sayings By Cassandra Clare: No," said Simon. "I know we're not much compared to you, but we don't kill No," said Simon. "I know we're not much compared to you, but we don't kill our friends. We try to save them. If Heaven didn't want it that way, we ought to have been given the ability to love." He shoved his hair back, baring the Mark more fully. "No, you don't need to help me. But if you don't, there's nothing stopping me from calling you up again and again, now that I know you can't kill me. Think of it as me leaning on you Heavenly doorbell ... forever. — Cassandra Clare