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Stops Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Man becomes a man only when he stops bossing around both his own fellow man Man becomes a man only when he stops bossing around both his own fellow man and other living beings! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
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Stops Sayings By Kevin Pietersen: The England team is a team that never, ever stops. The England team is a team that never, ever stops. — Kevin Pietersen
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Stops Sayings By Albert Einstein: I sometimes ask myself how it came about that I was the one to develop I sometimes ask myself how it came about that I was the one to develop the theory of relativity. The reason, I think, is that a normal adult never stops to think about problems of space and time. These are things which he has thought about as a child. Bu t my intellectual development was retarded,as a result of which I began to wonder about space and time only when I had already grown up. — Albert Einstein
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Stops Sayings By Nick Flynn: The South African artist William Kentridge speaks to this type of certainty: 'To say that The South African artist William Kentridge speaks to this type of certainty: 'To say that one needs art, or politics, that incorporate ambiguity and contradiction is not to say that one then stops recognizing and condemning things as evil. However, it might stop one being so utterly convinced of the certainty of one's own solutions. There needs to be a strong understanding of fallibility and how the very act of certainty or authoritativeness can bring disasters.'
The outcome of the current crisis is already determined. — Nick Flynn
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Stops Sayings By Neil Gaiman: Laura looked up at him with dead blue eyes. I want to be alive again," Laura looked up at him with dead blue eyes.
I want to be alive again," she said. "Not in this half-life. I want to be really alive. I want to feel my heart pumping in my chest again. I want to feel blood moving through me - hot, and salty, and real. It's weird, you don't think you can feel it, the blood, but believe me, when it stops flowing, you'll know."
She rubbed her eyes, smudging her face with red from the mess on her hands.
Look, it's hard. You know why dead people only go out at night, puppy? Because it's easier to pass for real, in the dark. And I don't want to have to pass. I want to be alive. — Neil Gaiman
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Stops Sayings By David Mitchell: Time is what stops history happening at once; time is the speed at which the Time is what stops history happening at once; time is the speed at which the past disappears. — David Mitchell
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Stops Sayings By Jessica Sorensen: The heart is fascinating. It pumps blood through the veins. Feeds us. Starves us. It's The heart is fascinating. It pumps blood through the veins. Feeds us. Starves us. It's steady when we're steady. Is erratic when we're erratic. When it goes silent, everything inside us stops. Stills. When we're alive, it's the fuel to that life. It — Jessica Sorensen
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Stops Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: A pit rises in my stomach, hard and full. My breathing stops for a moment, A pit rises in my stomach, hard and full. My breathing stops for a moment, then starts again, this time shallower. My mouth goes dry, and I feel my heart pounding. It is over, I know, and I am right. — Nicholas Sparks
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Stops Sayings By Susan Cain: The glory of the disposition that stops to consider stimuli rather than rushing to engage The glory of the disposition that stops to consider stimuli rather than rushing to engage with them is its long association with intellectual and artistic achievement. Neither E=mc2 nor Paradise Lost was dashed off by a party animal. — Susan Cain
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Stops Sayings By Thomas S. Monson: The storm stops at the door. Love reigns, peace dwells. The storm stops at the door. Love reigns, peace dwells. — Thomas S. Monson
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Stops Sayings By Jhumpa Lahiri: He stops to wait for her, but she has a sudden burst of energy, passing He stops to wait for her, but she has a sudden burst of energy, passing him. On and on she sprints, unobstructed, kicking up her heels at the water's edge. Dark hair to her chin, rearranged by the wind, obscuring her face. Just when he thinks she will have the energy to run forever, to escape his sight, she pauses. Turning back, breathing hard, her hand on her hip, making sure he is there. — Jhumpa Lahiri
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Stops Sayings By Bell Hooks: Often girls feel deeply cared about as small children but then find as we develop Often girls feel deeply cared about as small children but then find as we develop willpower and independent thought that the world stops affirming us, that we are seen as unlovable. — Bell Hooks
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Stops Sayings By William, Saroyan: The writer is a spiritual anarchist, as in the depth of his soul every man The writer is a spiritual anarchist, as in the depth of his soul every man is. He is discontented with everything and everybody. The writer is everybody's best friend and only true enemy - the good and great enemy. He neither walks with the multitude nor cheers with them. The writer who is a writer is a rebel who never stops. — William, Saroyan
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Stops Sayings By W. H. Auden: A verbal art like poetry is reflective; it stops to think. Music is immediate, it A verbal art like poetry is reflective; it stops to think. Music is immediate, it goes on to become. — W. H. Auden
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Stops Sayings By Various: Cause when I hear your name I can not stop cheesing I love you so Cause when I hear your name I can not stop cheesing
I love you so much that my heart stops beating when you're leaving
And I'm grieving and my heart starts bleeding
Life without you has no goddamn meaning — Various
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Stops Sayings By Errol Morris: War is such a peculiar thing - inaugurated by the whims of few, affecting the War is such a peculiar thing - inaugurated by the whims of few, affecting the fate of many. It is a difficult, if not impossible, thing to understand, yet we feel compelled to describe it as though it has meaning - even virtue. It starts for reasons often hopelessly obscure, meanders on, then stopsErrol Morris
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Stops Sayings By Thabiso Monkoe: The only thing that stops you from your success is the fear of the unknown The only thing that stops you from your success is the fear of the unknown — Thabiso Monkoe
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Stops Sayings By Brian D. McLaren: When any sector of the Church stops learning, God simply overflows the structures that are When any sector of the Church stops learning, God simply overflows the structures that are in the way and works outside them with those willing to learn. — Brian D. McLaren
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Stops Sayings By Anthony Doerr: She opens the door to her grandfather's bedroom and stops. Below her, the man pauses She opens the door to her grandfather's bedroom and stops. Below her, the man pauses again. Has he heard her? Is he climbing more quietly? Out in the world waits a multitude of sanctuaries - gardens full of bright green wind; kingdoms of hedges; deep pools of forest shade through which butterflies float thinking only of nectar. She can get to none of them. — Anthony Doerr
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Stops Sayings By Pietra Brettkelly: It's a privilege to have the career I have, to love every day and be It's a privilege to have the career I have, to love every day and be following my passion, the stories that interest me, to remote locations and people. So nothing stops me from that - but yes, it seems redundant in documentary-filmmaker circles today to say the biggest struggle was financing. — Pietra Brettkelly
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Stops Sayings By Leanne Hall: I imagine crossing Grey Street in the daytime. Would night fall over me gently like I imagine crossing Grey Street in the daytime. Would night fall over me gently like a velvety curtain? Or would the day turn dark in the blink of my eye? I don't really need the sunrise to know that Shyness is different. It's like there is a thin layer of static over everything that stops me from seeing what's really going on. People here scuttle around like they're scared of their own shadows. — Leanne Hall
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Stops Sayings By Brian Cox: The story of the universe finally comes to an end. For the first time in The story of the universe finally comes to an end. For the first time in its life, the universe will be permanent and unchanging. Entropy finally stops increasing because the cosmos cannot get any more disordered. Nothing happens, and it keeps not happening, forever. It's what's known as the heat-death of the universe. An era when the cosmos will remain vast and cold and desolate for the rest of time the arrow of time has simply ceased to exist. It's an inescapable fact of the universe written into the fundamental laws of physics, the entire cosmos will die. — Brian Cox
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Stops Sayings By Mara Wilson: That's my suggestion for kids who want to act, by the way: Make sure it's That's my suggestion for kids who want to act, by the way: Make sure it's really your choice, get out of it when it stops being fun, and get an education. — Mara Wilson
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Stops Sayings By Jack Finney: And that, my friend, is how the world ends. On the edge of a precipice, And that, my friend, is how the world ends. On the edge of a precipice, with one foot over the edge, it stops, turns and goes back, leaving an empty earth of birds and insects, wind, rain and rusting weapons. — Jack Finney
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Stops Sayings By Shelby Lynne: My thinking brain never stops my creative brain never stops so they wrestle a lot My thinking brain never stops my creative brain never stops so they wrestle a lot and get in fights sometimes they fight in the night and keep me up. — Shelby Lynne
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Stops Sayings By Rudolph Herzog: . Despite the considerable horror they had felt when the SA men were bellowing crude . Despite the considerable horror they had felt when the SA men were bellowing crude anti-Semitic slogans, in retrospect the joke-tellers were very much aware of the boycott's inherent absurdity:
A city on the Rhine during the boycott: SA men stand in front of Jewish businesses and "warn" passers-by against entering them. Nonetheless, a woman tries to go into a knitting shop.
An SA man stops her and says, "Hey, you. Stay outside. That's a Jewish shop!"
"So?" replies the woman. "I'm Jewish myself."
The SA man pushes her back. "Anyone can say that! — Rudolph Herzog
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Stops Sayings By Bret Easton Ellis: Are you as much of a criminal if you don't act when there's a crime Are you as much of a criminal if you don't act when there's a crime taking place in front of you as you are one of the participants? That was something that I was thinking about a lot because there are many moments in 'Less Than Zero' where horrific things happen and Clay could do something about them, but his passivity stops him. — Bret Easton Ellis
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Stops Sayings By Paul Monette: When you finally come out, there's a pain that stops, and you know it will When you finally come out, there's a pain that stops, and you know it will never hurt like that again, no matter how much you lose or how bad you die. — Paul Monette
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Stops Sayings By Paul Anka: The technology is good and it's bad. You know what you're dealing with out there The technology is good and it's bad. You know what you're dealing with out there musically, but my head stops at this electronic stuff. I don't quite know what I'm dealing with out there yet. — Paul Anka
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Stops Sayings By John Steinbeck: The bank - the monster has to have profits all the time. It can't wait. The bank - the monster has to have profits all the time. It can't wait. It'll die. No, taxes go on. When the monster stops growing, it dies. It can't stay one size. — John Steinbeck
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Stops Sayings By G.K. Chesterton: Thinking means connecting things, and stops if they cannot be connected. It Thinking means connecting things, and stops if they cannot be connected. It — G.K. Chesterton
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Stops Sayings By Sarah Nicolas: Do you hear that?" he says. "You mean the crashing thunder and pounding rain?" He Do you hear that?" he says.
"You mean the crashing thunder and pounding rain?"
He shakes his head. I listen closely, trying to filter o
ut the sounds of the storm.
Then I hear it. A whooshing sound with a fast buzzing underne
ath it. It's so, so familiar
but I can't quite put my finger on it. A very definite blac
k spot appears among the dark gray
clouds. The spot lengthens horizontally.
The puzzle pieces click into place and I get the full pictur
e: Fighter jet. Headed straight
for us. It could be a coincidence, right? F-22 Raptors fly
low through giant thunderstorms over
major metropolitan areas in the middle of the night a
ll the time. Right.
My illusions of a coincidence are shattered - by a mis
sile flying straight at me. It would
seem this guy has infrared, too. I mean, missiles? Really?
Isn't that a bit overkill? I start flying
away, but Sani stops me.
"Dive! — Sarah Nicolas
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Stops Sayings By Bella Jewel: Because you're fire," he murmurs. "And fire never stops burning. Because you're fire," he murmurs. "And fire never stops burning. — Bella Jewel
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Stops Sayings By Jodi Picoult: The saddest day in the world will be the one when she stops pretending. The saddest day in the world will be the one when she stops pretending. — Jodi Picoult
Stops Sayings By Maya Banks: That shit stops now. That shit stops now. — Maya Banks
Stops Sayings By William J. Clinton: Education no longer stops on graduation day. We must demand excellence at every level of Education no longer stops on graduation day. We must demand excellence at every level of education. — William J. Clinton
Stops Sayings By A.A. Milne: The nicest thing about the rain is that it always stops. Eventually. The nicest thing about the rain is that it always stops. Eventually. — A.A. Milne
Stops Sayings By Effrosyni Moschoudi: It was all about taking the leap of faith. It said that the fear that It was all about taking the leap of faith. It said that the fear that stops us from doing what we really want, is often not based on reality. We shape our fears in our heads, but things are so much easier than we think. — Effrosyni Moschoudi
Stops Sayings By Jon Stewart: There are a hell of a lot of jobs that are scarier than live comedy. There are a hell of a lot of jobs that are scarier than live comedy. Like standing in the operating room when a guy's heart stops, and you're the one who has to fix it! — Jon Stewart
Stops Sayings By Rachel Bilson: I envy the sensibility in Europe, appreciating beauty in women as they age. I'm going I envy the sensibility in Europe, appreciating beauty in women as they age. I'm going to go that way. I might dye my gray hair for a bit, but beyond that the buck stops. I'm not having any work done. — Rachel Bilson
Stops Sayings By Tabitha Suzuma: They've cranked up the lithium so high, I can hardly see straight. I feel like They've cranked up the lithium so high, I can hardly see straight. I feel like a robot, my feelings have completely evaporated and I couldn't even say boo to a goose. I'm no danger to anyone."

"I'm not thinking you're a danger to anyone."

"I'm no danger to myself, then."

Rami stops, spaghetti-laden fork halfway to his mouth. There is a long pause. "Are you sure about that? — Tabitha Suzuma
Stops Sayings By Shauna Niequist: We don't come to the table to fight or to defend. We don't come to We don't come to the table to fight or to defend. We don't come to prove or to conquer, to draw lines in the sand or to stir up trouble. We come to the table because our hunger brings us there. We come with a need, with fragility, with an admission of our humanity. The table is the great equalizer, the level playing field many of us have been looking everywhere for. The table is the place where the doing stops, the trying stops, the masks are removed, and we allow ourselves to be nourished, like children. We allow someone else to meet our need. In a world that prides people on not having needs, on going longer and faster, on going without, on powering through, the table is a place of safety and rest and humanity, where we are allowed to be as fragile as we feel. — Shauna Niequist
Stops Sayings By David Gower: He is a very positive captain; he is proactive as well as reactive. He is He is a very positive captain; he is proactive as well as reactive. He is keen to read the game, to get in there, and he never stops thinking about the game, the situation, and trying to turn it to his advantage. He has been very good for the game. — David Gower
Stops Sayings By John D. Rockefeller: Don't blame the marketing department. The buck stops with the chief executive. Don't blame the marketing department. The buck stops with the chief executive. — John D. Rockefeller
Stops Sayings By Jim Woodring: Dear Supreme Altruist-I hope you are in a receptive mood.Thanks very much for placing wihin Dear Supreme Altruist-

I hope you are in a receptive mood.

Thanks very much for placing wihin me the bomb that never stops exploding. Though the benefits have been intangible and in fact I feel that this terrifying mechanism has generally made my life intolerable, I shall never ask you to reverse the situation. I feel I have done everything that may be reasonably expected of me in the way of self-abnegation. However, I now find to my dismay that my lifelong fear of death is beginning to desert me. I believe that this may mean that the bomb's continual explosions may be causing the growth of new slabs of man-bark instead of blasting the loathesome stuff away as it has been doing.

I therefore humbly request that the explosive power of the bomb be increased. Please do not make me weaker; make the bomb stronger.

Amen. — Jim Woodring
Stops Sayings By Victoria Ashley: He pounds into me and stops. "Squeeze my dick with your tight little pussy, Calla." He pounds into me and stops. "Squeeze my dick with your tight little pussy, Calla." He pulls out and thrusts back into me again. I scream out as my arms almost give out. "Fuck, you take my dick so good. — Victoria Ashley
Stops Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Ignorance' (absence of Self-Knowledge) creates vibrations (causes) and 'Knowledge' (Self-Knowledge) stops these vibrations. Ignorance' (absence of Self-Knowledge) creates vibrations (causes) and 'Knowledge' (Self-Knowledge) stops these vibrations. — Dada Bhagwan
Stops Sayings By Kaki King: I had to be reminded that the guitar is infinite. It never stops teaching you, I had to be reminded that the guitar is infinite. It never stops teaching you, it never stops being difficult; there's an unlimited amount of things to learn, and you'll never master it. — Kaki King
Stops Sayings By Joanna Wylde: I want to own every part of you," he continued, his breath hot against my I want to own every part of you," he continued, his breath hot against my skin. "I want to throw you face-first across this counter, rip off those shorts, and fuck you hard and fast until my goddamned cock stops hurting and my balls don't feel like they're gonna explode. Because they've felt that way for a helluva long time, Soph, and I'm startin' to think it's not gonna go away unless I do something about it. — Joanna Wylde
Stops Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: But just then, for that fraction of time, it seems as though all things are But just then, for that fraction of time, it seems as though all things are possible. You can look across the limitations of your own life, and see that they are really nothing. In that moment when time stops, it is as though you know you could undertake any venture, complete it and come back to yourself, to find the world unchanged, and everything just as you left it a moment before. And it's as though knowing that everything is possible, suddenly nothing is necessary. — Diana Gabaldon
Stops Sayings By Harper Sloan: Cohen starts smiling and nods his head. "This is good, Daddy. I knew my angels Cohen starts smiling and nods his head. "This is good, Daddy. I knew my angels would give me sisters. I asked them." Melissa stops laughing and grabs my hand. "What do you mean, baby?" she asks on a whisper. "I asked Nana, Mommy Fia, and Auntie Grace to give me a sister. I said I wanted a sister more than anything in the world so I can look out for her like Daddy looks out for you. — Harper Sloan
Stops Sayings By Quinn Loftis: There is no greater torture than being forced to watch as your love, your reason There is no greater torture than being forced to watch as your love, your reason for living, breathing, and existing, sinks into oblivion. Your heart stops no matter how you try to get to her, she just gets farther and farther away." ~Fane from 'Beyond the Vail'

"Attention shoppers, just a brief announcement, crazy ass werewolf on isle three. Those with abundance of testosterone, don't touch their lady merchandise and you might walk out of here intact." ~Jen from 'Fate and Fury'.

"In the event of some sort of gathering, if one of the bossy, overbearing, possessive fur balls has not flipped his switch and attacked some poor young pup in some misguided attempt to protect his woman's virtue, then the night is not over." ~Jen from 'Beyond the Vail — Quinn Loftis
Stops Sayings By Lierre Keith: These political passions are born of a hunger so deep that it touches on the These political passions are born of a hunger so deep that it touches on the spiritual. Or they were for me, and they still are. I want my life to be a battle cry, a war zone, an arrow pointed and loosed into the heart of domination: patriarchy, imperialism, industrialization, every system of power and sadism. If the martial imagery alienates you, I can rephrase it. I want my lifemy bodyto be the place where the earth is cherished not devoured, where the sadist is granted no quarter, where the violence stops. — Lierre Keith
Stops Sayings By Kaui Hart Hemmings: I see Dr. Johnston at the end of the hall, walking toward us. He stops I see Dr. Johnston at the end of the hall, walking toward us. He stops talking to the other doctors and gestures for me to wait. He holds up his hand: Stop. His face is eager yet unsmiling. I look in the other direction then back at him. His steps quicken, and I squint, for some reason pretending I don't recognize him. And I think: What if I'm wrong? What if Joanie doesn't make it out of this?
"Scottie," I say. "This way."
I walk in the other direction, away from Dr. Johnston, and she turns and follows me.
"Walk quickly," I tell her.
"Why?"
"It's a game. Let's race. Walk fast. Run."She takes off, her backpack jiggling on her back, and I follow her, walking quickly then breaking into a slow jog, and because Dr. Johnston is my friend's dad and was a friend of my father's, I feel like I'm fourteen again, running from the patriarchs. — Kaui Hart Hemmings
Stops Sayings By Janet Fitch: He believed in a true world. A world behind this one, that shines through it, He believed in a true world. A world behind this one, that shines through it, like a candle through a lampshade' ... She thought of the true world the times they had seen it - it was like light glinting on the surface of the river, that shimmering quality when you saw it. It wasn't the thing itself. It was your own ability to see it ... the feeling when time stopped, and you could stay there forever. 'You see the beauty in everything. It doesn't last long
it's either gone in a minute, you just caught it, or else maybe it's something so big that you normally can't get your head around it. Like the fog in your head clears out. The world stops being a puppet show and you see the real thing. It's probably like that all the time, but you just can't see it, except for those little glimpses (pg 82). — Janet Fitch
Stops Sayings By Frederick Lenz: The light is not quantifiable. You experience it in meditation when thought stops. When you The light is not quantifiable. You experience it in meditation when thought stops. When you go beyond the limitations of the ego, the light is waiting for you. — Frederick Lenz
Stops Sayings By Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: You walk until you come to the ocean. You don't walk or run in the You walk until you come to the ocean. You don't walk or run in the ocean - you float and swim. Like this once you come to the Master, seeking stops, blossoming begins. — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Stops Sayings By Libba Bray: I think that the lady dies not because she leaves the tower for the outside I think that the lady dies not because she leaves the tower for the outside world but because she lets herself float through the world pulled by the current after a dream.
Do you mean she should of paddled Cecily asks.
Miss Moore laughs. In a manner of speaking yes.
Ann stops drumming. But it wouldn't matter whether she paddled or not. She's cursed. No matter what she does she'll die.
And she'll die if she stays in the tower too. Perhaps not for a long time but she will die. We all will. Miss Moore says softly. — Libba Bray
Stops Sayings By John Updike: Inside, upstairs, where the planes are met, the spaces are long and low and lined Inside, upstairs, where the planes are met, the spaces are long and low and lined in tasteful felt gray like that cocky stewardess's cap and filled with the kind of music you become aware of only when the elevator stops or when the dentist stops drilling. Plucked strings, no vocals, music that's used to being ignored, a kind of carpet in the air, to cover up a silence that might remind you of death. — John Updike
Stops Sayings By John W. Dower: What the diary does not reveal, for it stops too soon, is the appalling fact What the diary does not reveal, for it stops too soon, is the appalling fact that from late 1945 until 1952 Japanese medical researchers were prohibited by U.S. occupation authorities from publishing scientific articles on the effects of the atomic bombs. — John W. Dower
Stops Sayings By William Wordsworth: ...The happy Warrior... is he... who, with a natural instinct to discern what knowledge can ...The happy Warrior... is he... who, with a natural instinct to discern what knowledge can perform, is diligent to learn; abides by this resolve, and stops not there, but makes his moral being his prime care. — William Wordsworth
Stops Sayings By Claudia Gray: Songs and movies tell us that when you meet the one you love, the planet Songs and movies tell us that when you meet the one you love, the planet stops spinning, the clouds open up, and your heart begins to sing. Reality is messier than that. The truth is, we meet new people all the time, but we can never tell exactly what they might mean to us. You never know who you'll forget, or who you'll need forever. — Claudia Gray
Stops Sayings By E.L. Doctorow: The literary experience extends impression into discourse. It flowers to thought with nouns, verbs, objects. The literary experience extends impression into discourse. It flowers to thought with nouns, verbs, objects. It thinks. Film implodes discourse, it deliterates thought, it shrinks it to the compacted meaning of the preverbal impression or intuition or understanding. You receive what you see, you don't have to think it out ... Fiction goes everywhere, inside, outside, it stops, it goes, its action can be mental. Nor is it time-driven. Film is time-driven, it never ruminates, it shows the outside of life, it shows behavior. It tends to the simplest moral reasoning. Films out of Hollywood are linear. The narrative simplification of complex morally consequential reality is always the drift of a film inspired by a book. Novels can do anything in the dark horrors of consciousness. Films do close-ups, car drive-ups, places, chases and explosions. — E.L. Doctorow
Stops Sayings By Lisa Anderson: Fear stops a lot of people. Fear of failure, of the unknown, of risk.And it Fear stops a lot of people. Fear of failure, of the unknown, of risk.
And it masks itself as procrastination. — Lisa Anderson
Stops Sayings By A.G. Howard: "Is Jeb alive?" I ask Morpheus.White bleeds into his jeweled markings - the color of "Is Jeb alive?" I ask Morpheus.
White bleeds into his jeweled markings - the color of indifference. "I didn't kill him, if that's what you're implying."
"You know it's not. Could you for once just give me a straight answer?"
He gazes up at the smoky gray sky. "Your mortal is alive and well. In fact, you will no doubt be seeing him very soon."
Relieved tears spring into my eyes. "So, that means you know where he is?" Is it possible Morpheus took Jeb under his wings after all?
Dad stops stuffing the fabric in the bag, as if waiting to hear the answer.
Appraising his cane, Morpheus growls. "I do know where he is." Before I can respond, he lifts his eyes to mine, jewels now bordering on emerald green. "I suppose I should be grateful his name wasn't the first thing that came out of your mouth." — A.G. Howard
Stops Sayings By Drew Gummerson: Good ideas rarely seem like good ideas at their inception, that's what stops the majority Good ideas rarely seem like good ideas at their inception, that's what stops the majority of people from having them — Drew Gummerson
Stops Sayings By Mindy Kaling: And when she's at the door, Mark stops her and he says, "I like you, And when she's at the door, Mark stops her and he says, "I like you, very much. Just as you are."
It's ridiculous that I love this so much. It's so simple. It's not a witty, perfectly phrased, Ephron-y declaration by our charming, neurotic hero. It's so ... plain. But the idea is the most beautiful thing in the world. So, obviously, it makes me cry. — Mindy Kaling
Stops Sayings By Ruhollah Khomeini: Should one permit an infidel to continue in his role as a Corrupter of the Should one permit an infidel to continue in his role as a Corrupter of the Earth, the moral suffering of the infidel will be all the worse. Should one kill the infidel, and this stops him from perpetrating his misdeeds, his death will be a blessing to him. — Ruhollah Khomeini
Stops Sayings By Joseph McGinty Nichol: If you look at Hollywood today, compared to five years ago, 10 years ago, 20 If you look at Hollywood today, compared to five years ago, 10 years ago, 20 years ago or 30 years ago, the change from moment to moment has always been extraordinary. It never stops moving. — Joseph McGinty Nichol
Stops Sayings By Warryn Campbell: You can't say that people don't love music anymore because they do. If we say You can't say that people don't love music anymore because they do. If we say that all the music stopped, if music stops now, the world can't handle that. We need our music. — Warryn Campbell
Stops Sayings By Elizabeth Taylor: When women stops blushing, she has lost the most powerful weapon of charm. When women stops blushing, she has lost the most powerful weapon of charm. — Elizabeth Taylor
Stops Sayings By Suanne Laqueur: A watershed moment exists in every man's life...sometimes it's profound, sometimes it's barely a blip. A watershed moment exists in every man's life...sometimes it's profound, sometimes it's barely a blip. But every man has the moment when he stops being his mother's son and becomes another woman's man. When he goes from protected to protector. — Suanne Laqueur
Stops Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: Meditation means the mind is turned back upon itself. The mind stops all the thought-waves Meditation means the mind is turned back upon itself. The mind stops all the thought-waves and the world stops. Your consciousness expands. Every time you meditate you will keep your growth. — Swami Vivekananda
Stops Sayings By Douglas Coupland: The universe hands you opportunities for a while, and if you don't take them, the The universe hands you opportunities for a while, and if you don't take them, the universe says to itself, 'Oh I see, this person doesn't like opportunities' and stops giving them to you. — Douglas Coupland
Stops Sayings By McKayla Maroney: You're in the gym eight hours a day; you're not preparing for cameras and running You're in the gym eight hours a day; you're not preparing for cameras and running around and doing tour stops and making acting appearances. — McKayla Maroney
Stops Sayings By Lenore Look: N95 respirator mask - Looks like a white beak over your nose and mouth. (1) N95 respirator mask - Looks like a white beak over your nose and mouth. (1) Double straps adjust to your head size, (2) stops germs and dust from getting in, (3) perfect for allergy protection while — Lenore Look
Stops Sayings By Dwight L. Moody: If a man just stops to think what he has to praise God for, he If a man just stops to think what he has to praise God for, he will find there is enough to keep him singing praises for a week. — Dwight L. Moody
Stops Sayings By Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr.: We have become so politically correct in this society it is causing us to become We have become so politically correct in this society it is causing us to become more and more incorrect; this is costing us lives. — Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr.
Stops Sayings By Alan Cumming: I think directing in a team is a really good idea because it stops the I think directing in a team is a really good idea because it stops the cult of the director as God straight away, and also you're discussing things on set so it opens it out to everyone and it becomes a totally collaborative thing. And you have someone who supports you when you're feeling a bit insecure. — Alan Cumming
Stops Sayings By Robert Green Ingersoll: There is something tenderly appropriate in the serene death of the old ... When the There is something tenderly appropriate in the serene death of the old ... When the duties of life have all been nobly done; when the sun touches the horion; when the purple twilight falls upon the past, the present, and the future; when memory, with dim eyes, can scarcely spell the blurred and faded records of the vanished days-then, surrounded by kindred and by friends, death comes like a strain of music. The day has been long, the road weary, and the traveler gladly stops at the welcome inn. — Robert Green Ingersoll
Stops Sayings By Paula Hawkins: It actually wasn't about her child at all, although the fact that the child never It actually wasn't about her child at all, although the fact that the child never stops whinging did make her hard to love. — Paula Hawkins
Stops Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: When monetary dealing in religion stops, the religion will manifest its splendor! When monetary dealing in religion stops, the religion will manifest its splendor! — Dada Bhagwan
Stops Sayings By Gisele Bundchen: Sometimes when you are a great mom, you're not so great at your job. And Sometimes when you are a great mom, you're not so great at your job. And then when you're good at your job, you're not so great of a mom or a good wife. It's a dance that never stops. But it's beautiful. — Gisele Bundchen
Stops Sayings By Michelle Alexander: The NYPD began collecting data on pedestrian stops following the shooting of Amadou Diallo, an The NYPD began collecting data on pedestrian stops following the shooting of Amadou Diallo, an African immigrant who died in a hail of police bullets on the front steps of his own home in February 1999. Diallo was followed to his apartment building by four white police officers - members of the elite Street Crime Unit - who viewed him as suspicious and wanted to interrogate him. They ordered him to stop, but, according to the officers, Diallo did not respond immediately. He walked a bit farther to his apartment building, opened the door, and retrieved his wallet - probably to produce identification. The officers said they thought the wallet was a gun, and fired forty-one times. Amadou Diallo died at the age of twenty-two. He was unarmed and had no criminal record. — Michelle Alexander
Stops Sayings By Esther Veltheim: You want peace so badly and in the wanting of it there is no peace. You want peace so badly and in the wanting of it there is no peace. Only when the wanting stops will you discover that peace has been there all along. — Esther Veltheim
Stops Sayings By Melissa B. Kruger: In Jesus the performance pendulum stops - both the pride of success and the despair In Jesus the performance pendulum stops - both the pride of success and the despair of failure are absorbed by grace. — Melissa B. Kruger
Stops Sayings By Gerard Butler: Sometimes I finish a movie, and I get used to a certain lifestyle, and when Sometimes I finish a movie, and I get used to a certain lifestyle, and when that stops, I get a bit lost for about a week. 'No one is bringing me lunch anymore - I've got to go do that myself?' I lose the main point of my focus. — Gerard Butler
Stops Sayings By Terry Pratchett: This ain't right, you know. She's the one who ought to rule, fair enough. And This ain't right, you know. She's the one who ought to rule, fair enough. And you used magic to help her this far, and that's all right. But it stops right here. It's up to her what happens next. You can't make things right by magic. You can only stop making them wrong."
Mrs. Gogol pulled herself up to her full, impressive height. "Who's you to say what I can and can't do here?"
"We're her godmothers," said Granny.
"That's right," said Nanny Ogg.
"We've got a wand, too," said Magrat.
"But you hate godmothers, Mistress Weatherwax," said Mrs. Gogol.
"We're the other kind," said Granny. "We're the kind that gives people what they know they really need, not what we think they ought to want. — Terry Pratchett
Stops Sayings By Ben Linder: I see the kids and I feel like taking them all away to a safe I see the kids and I feel like taking them all away to a safe place to hide until the war stops and the hunger stops and El Cua becomes strong enough to give them the care they deserve. — Ben Linder
Stops Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: I've invited Captain Phelan to join us," Beatrix announced. "He doesn't want to talk. Do I've invited Captain Phelan to join us," Beatrix announced. "He doesn't want to talk. Do not ask him direct questions unless absolutely necessary."
The rest of the family received this unorthodox pronouncement without turning a hair. A footman was dispatched to set a place for him.
"Come in, Phelan," Leo said easily. "We love silent guests--it allows us to talk all the more. By all means, sit and say nothing."
"But if you can manage it," Catherine added with a smile, " try to look impressed by our wit and intelligence."
"I will attempt to add to the conversation," Christopher ventured, "if I can think of anything relevant."
"That never stops the rest of us," Cam remarked. — Lisa Kleypas
Stops Sayings By Confucius: The superior man governs men, according to their nature, with what is proper to them, The superior man governs men, according to their nature, with what is proper to them, and as soon as they change what is wrong, he stops. — Confucius
Stops Sayings By Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr.: A war on cops? Then the question becomes who are they warring with? Because if A war on cops? Then the question becomes who are they warring with? Because if you look at the prison system you can tell who the Prisoners of War are. The Black Man. Words are powerful and we must stop these divisive words that tare our country further apart instead of bringing us together. — Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr.
Stops Sayings By Rabindranath Tagore: I sit at my window this morning where the world like a passer-by stops for I sit at my window this morning where the world like a passer-by stops for a moment, nods to me and goes. — Rabindranath Tagore
Stops Sayings By Anjelica Huston: The terrible thing about acting is the stops and starts. The terrible thing about acting is the stops and starts. — Anjelica Huston
Stops Sayings By Rumi: I love you neither with my heartnor with my mind.My heart might stopmy mind can I love you neither with my heart
nor with my mind.
My heart might stop
my mind can forget.
I love you with
my soul because
my soul never stops
or forgets.
-Rumi — Rumi
Stops Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: He isn't what he's pretending to be with her. I watch him all the time. He isn't what he's pretending to be with her. I watch him all the time. I'm going to be there when he stops pretending. I'm going to be her bulletproof vest, her shield, her fallen fucking angel, whether she wants one or not. He's pretending he's almost human. He's no more human than me. — Karen Marie Moning
Stops Sayings By Harriet Lerner: It is not fear that stops you from doing the brave and true thing in It is not fear that stops you from doing the brave and true thing in your daily life. Rather, the problem is avoidance. You want to feel comfortable so you avoid doing or saying the thing that will evoke fear and other difficult emotions. Avoidance will make you feel less vulnerable in the short run but, it will never make you less afraid. — Harriet Lerner
Stops Sayings By Eric Bolling: What's the legacy of President Obama? I think this is just another, another example of What's the legacy of President Obama? I think this is just another, another example of passing the buck. It never stops at the White House. — Eric Bolling
Stops Sayings By Robin Hobb: You imagine the worst, and when you do, your mind stops at the problem and You imagine the worst, and when you do, your mind stops at the problem and does not consider the solution. — Robin Hobb
Stops Sayings By Frederic Bastiat: The law has placed the collective force at the disposal of the unscrupulous who wish, The law has placed the collective force at the disposal of the unscrupulous who wish, without risk, to exploit the person, liberty, and property of others. It has converted plunder into a right, in order to protect plunder. And it has converted lawful defense into a crime, in order to punish lawful defense ... When, then, does plunder stop? It stops when it becomes more painful and more dangerous than labor. — Frederic Bastiat