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55 Talent And Beauty Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Talent And Beauty Sayings By Edith Schaeffer: It is not necessary to have an extravagant food budget in order to serve things It is not necessary to have an extravagant food budget in order to serve things with variety and tastefully cooked. It is not necessary to have expensive food on the plates before they can enter the dining room as things of beauty in colour and texture. Food should be served with real care as to the colour and texture on the plates, as well as with imaginative taste. This is where artistic talent and aesthetic expression and fulfillment come in. — Edith Schaeffer
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By James Whistler: People will forgive anything but beauty and talent. So I am doubly unpardonable. People will forgive anything but beauty and talent. So I am doubly unpardonable. — James Whistler
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Genesis Rodriguez: I want people to consider talent without a last name or a race attached to I want people to consider talent without a last name or a race attached to it. I knew it would be a long path but also worth the struggle. That's when I got my confidence and when I started to figure out what beauty is. — Genesis Rodriguez
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Madonna Ciccone: The fact of the matter is that you can use your beauty and use your The fact of the matter is that you can use your beauty and use your charm and be flirtatious, and you can get people interested in your beauty. But you cannot maintain that. In the end, talent is the only thing. My work is the only thing that's going to change any minds. — Madonna Ciccone
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By James Agee: The ability to try to understand existence, the ability to try to recognize the wonder The ability to try to understand existence, the ability to try to recognize the wonder and responsibility of one's own existence, the ability to know even fractionally the almost annihilating beauty, ambiguity, darkness, and horror which swarm every instant of every consciousness, the ability to try to accept it, or the ability to try to defend one's self, or the ability to dare to try to assist others; all such as these, of which most human beings are cheated of their potentials, are, in most of those who even begin to discern or wish for them, the gifts or thefts of economic privilege, and are available to members of these leanest classes only by the rare and irrelevant miracle of born and surviving 'talent. — James Agee
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Ginger Rogers: Intelligence, adaptability and talent. And by talent I mean the capacity for hard work. Lots Intelligence, adaptability and talent. And by talent I mean the capacity for hard work. Lots of girls come here with little but good looks. Beauty is a valuable asset, but it is not the whole cheese. — Ginger Rogers
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Julia Marlowe: Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection.genius chooses its materials with a Realism to be effective must be a matter of selection.genius chooses its materials with a view to their beauty and effectiveness; mere talent copies what it thinks is nature, only to find it has been deceived by the external grossness of things. — Julia Marlowe
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Richard Morris: For two thousand years, the Church has guided the development of music, carefully legislating to For two thousand years, the Church has guided the development of music, carefully legislating to fuse artistic talent and aesthetic beauty with the demands of the Faith. — Richard Morris
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By C. G. Jung: The decisive question for man is: Is he related to something infinite or not? That The decisive question for man is: Is he related to something infinite or not? That is the telling question of his life. Only if we know that the thing which truly matters is the infinite can we avoid fixing our interests upon futilities, and upon all kinds of goals which are not of real importance. Thus we demand that the world grant us recognition for qualities which we regard as personal possessions: our talent or our beauty. The more a man lays stress on false possessions, and the less sensitivity he has for what is essential, the less satisfying is his life. He feels limited because he has limited aims, and the result is envy and jealousy. If we understand and feel that here in this life we already have a link with the infinite, desires and attitudes change. — C. G. Jung
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Tina Fey: Kay Cannon was a woman I'd known from the Chicago improv world. A beautiful, strong Kay Cannon was a woman I'd known from the Chicago improv world. A beautiful, strong midwestern gal who had played lots of sports and run track in college, Kay had submitted a good writing sample, but I was more impressed by her athlete's approach to the world. She has a can-do attitude, a willingness to learn through practice, and she was comfortable being coached. Her success at the show is a testament to why all parents should make their daughters pursue team sports instead of pageants. Not that Kay couldn't win a beauty pageant - she could, as long as for the talent competition she could sing a karaoke version of 'Redneck Woman' while shooting a Nerf rifle. — Tina Fey
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Rodney Mullen: What it is is that there's an intrinsic value in creating something for the sake What it is is that there's an intrinsic value in creating something for the sake of creating it, and better than that ... there is this beauty in dropping it into a community of your own making, and seeing it dispersed, and seeing younger, more talented, just different talent, take it to levels you can never imagine, because that lives on. — Rodney Mullen
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By George Berkeley: A man needs no arguments to make him discern and approve what is beautiful: it A man needs no arguments to make him discern and approve what is beautiful: it strikes at first sight, and attracts without a reason. And as this beauty is found in the shape and form of corporeal things, so also is there analogous to it a beauty of another kind, an order, a symmetry, and comeliness in the moral world. And as the eye perceiveth the one, so the mind doth by a certain interior sense perceive the other, which sense, talent, or faculty, is ever quickest and purest in the noblest minds. — George Berkeley
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Marcel Proust: It has since struck me as one of the most touching aspects of the part It has since struck me as one of the most touching aspects of the part played in life by these idle, painstaking women that they devote all their generosity, all their talent, their transferable dreams of sentimental beauty (for, like all artists, they never seek to realise the value of those dreams, or to enclose them in the four-square frame of everyday life), and their gold, which counts for little, to the fashioning of a fine and precious setting for the rubbed and scratched and ill-polished lives of men. — Marcel Proust
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Anne Hathaway: I look around at my peers, and I'm so blown away by their talent and I look around at my peers, and I'm so blown away by their talent and their beauty and their cool style, as well as their ability to be an actress and be a movie star and be good at it. I mean, they're so good, and we're all trying to get the same parts. — Anne Hathaway
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Vivien Leigh: In Britain, an attractive woman is somehow suspect. If there is talent as well, it In Britain, an attractive woman is somehow suspect. If there is talent as well, it is overshadowed. Beauty and brains just can't be entertained; someone has been too extravagant. This does not happen in America or on the Continent, for the looks of a woman are considered a positive advertisement for her gifts and don't detract from them. — Vivien Leigh
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Brooke Hampton: Admire other people's beauty and talent without questioning your own. Let people live their truth Admire other people's beauty and talent without questioning your own. Let people live their truth without it threatening yours. Be truly happy when others are blessed. Learn from everyone, but compare yourself to no-one. Stop striving to be better than others and just work toward being better than who you were yesterday. Don't waste time pointing out other people's flaws or you won't have enough time to focus on all of yours. — Brooke Hampton
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Portia De Rossi: By starving myself into society's beauty ideal, I had compromised my success, my independence, and By starving myself into society's beauty ideal, I had compromised my success, my independence, and my quality of life. Being overweight was really no different. It was just the "f - you" response to the same pressure. I was still responding to the pressure to comply to the fashion industry's standards of beauty, just in the negative sense. I was still answering to their demands when really I shouldn't have been listening to them at all. The images of stick-thin prepubescent girls never should have had power over me. I should've had my sights set on successful businesswomen and successful female artists, authors, and politicians to emulate. Instead I stupidly and pointlessly just wanted to be considered pretty. I squandered my brain and my talent to squeeze into a size 2 dress while my male counterparts went to work on making money, making policy, making a difference. — Portia De Rossi
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Talent And Beauty Sayings By Charlene Costanzo: No matter who we are, where we live, what we look like, the circumstances of No matter who we are, where we live, what we look like, the circumstances of our birth or the situations we face; each of us has gifts within us. Strength, beauty, courage, compassion, hope, joy, talent, imagination, reverence, wisdom, love and faith are among them. They are not like material presents we unwrap and hold in our hands. We can't see these gifts with our eyes. But they are real and powerful. When we open ourselves to them, they can enrich every aspect of our lives. They can help us transform challenges into opportunities and tragedies into triumphs. They can help us make a difference in the world. — Charlene Costanzo
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Joan Blondell: I don't know what the secret to longevity as an actress is. It's more than I don't know what the secret to longevity as an actress is. It's more than talent and beauty. Maybe it's the audience seeing itself in you. — Joan Blondell
Talent And Beauty Sayings By John McWhorter: Poetry that tames language into tight structures and yet manages to move us comes off Poetry that tames language into tight structures and yet manages to move us comes off as a feat, paralleling ballet or athletic talent in harnessing craft to beauty. When poetry is based on a less rigorous, more impressionistic definition of craft, its appeal depends more on whether one happens to be individually constituted to "get it" for various reasons. The audience narrows: poetry becomes more like tai chi than baseball. — John McWhorter
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Gael Garcia Bernal: Talent survives and remains while beauty is diluted. Talent survives and remains while beauty is diluted. — Gael Garcia Bernal
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Lisa See: While she is lovely, we need to remember that her face is not what distinguishes While she is lovely, we need to remember that her face is not what distinguishes her. Her beauty is a reflection of the virtue and talent she keeps inside. — Lisa See
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Timothy Keller: God gives out good gifts of wisdom, talent, beauty, and skill 'graciously'that is, in a God gives out good gifts of wisdom, talent, beauty, and skill 'graciously'
that is, in a completely unmerited way. He casts them across all humanity, regardless of religious conviction, race, gender, or any other attribute to enrich, brighten, and preserve the world. — Timothy Keller
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Walter Moers: Picture to yourself the most beautiful girl imaginable! She was so beautiful that there would Picture to yourself the most beautiful girl imaginable! She was so beautiful that there would be no point, in view of my meagre talent for storytelling, in even trying to put her beauty into words. That would far exceed my capabilities, so I'll refrain from mentioning whether she was a blonde or a brunette or a redhead, or whether her hair was long or short or curly or smooth as silk. I shall also refrain from the usual comparisons where her complexion was concerned, for instance milk, velvet, satin, peaches and cream, honey or ivory, Instead, I shall leave it entirely up to your imagination to fill in this blank with your own ideal of feminine beauty. — Walter Moers
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Robert Aris Willmott: A book becomes a mirror, with the author's face shining over it. Talent only gives A book becomes a mirror, with the author's face shining over it. Talent only gives an imperfect image,
the broken glimmer of a countenance. But the features of genius remain unruffled. Time guards the shadow. Beauty, the spiritual, Venus,
whose children are the Tassos, the Spensers, the Bacons,
breathes, the magic of her love, and fixes the face forever. — Robert Aris Willmott
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Diane Ackerman: What do those of us who aren't tall, flawlessly sculpted adolescents do? Answer: Console ourselves What do those of us who aren't tall, flawlessly sculpted adolescents do?
Answer: Console ourselves with how relative beauty can be ...
Thank heavens for the arousing qualities of zest, intelligence,
wit, curiosity, sweetness, passion, talent and grace. — Diane Ackerman
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Marguerite Gardiner: Talent, like beauty, to be pardoned, must be obscure and unostentatious. Talent, like beauty, to be pardoned, must be obscure and unostentatious. — Marguerite Gardiner
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Frederick William Robertson: God's highest giftstalent, beauty, feeling, imagination, powerthey carry with them the possibility of the highest God's highest gifts
talent, beauty, feeling, imagination, power
they carry with them the possibility of the highest heaven and the lowest hell. Be sure that it is by that which is highest in you that you may be lost. — Frederick William Robertson
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Martine Leavitt: Demonstrate talent, said Grandmother often to me, and you will still be loved by a Demonstrate talent, said Grandmother often to me, and you will still be loved by a husband when beauty has faded. — Martine Leavitt
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Jennifer Allwood: Lord, I pray that you will let my talent bring JOY and BEAUTY to a Lord,
I pray that you will let my talent bring JOY and BEAUTY to a world that sometimes is dark and discouraging. — Jennifer Allwood
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Margaret R. Ellsberg: One could say that Hopkins practiced transubstantiation in every poem. By mysterious talent, he changed One could say that Hopkins practiced transubstantiation in every poem. By mysterious talent, he changed plain element into reality sublime. He encountered a jumble of weather, birds, trees, branches, waters, blooms, dewdrops, candle flames, prayers, then instressed them and, delighted, wrote in his journal, 'Chance left free toact falls into an order. — Margaret R. Ellsberg
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Louisa May Alcott: Then it was that Jo, living in the darkened room, with that suffering little sister Then it was that Jo, living in the darkened room, with that suffering little sister always before her eyes and that pathetic voice sounding in her ears, learned to see the beauty and the sweetness of Beth's nature, to feel how deep and tender a place she filled in all hearts, and to acknowledge the worth of Beth's unselfish ambition to live for others, and make home happy by that exercise of those simple virtues which all may possess, and which all should love and value more than talent, wealth, or beauty. — Louisa May Alcott
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Steven Pressfield: When inspiration touches talent, she gives birth to truth and beauty. When inspiration touches talent, she gives birth to truth and beauty. — Steven Pressfield
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Sandor Marai: Tomorrow, everyone who is beautiful will come under suspicion. As will those with talent and Tomorrow, everyone who is beautiful will come under suspicion. As will those with talent and those with character." His voice was hoarse. "Don't you understand? To be called beautiful will be an insult; talent will be called a provocation, and character an outrage. Because it's their turn now, and they will appear everywhere, from everywhere, emerging in their hundreds of millions and more. Everywhere. The ugly ones, the talentless, those without any character. And they'll throw vitriol in the face of beauty. They will tar and slander talent. They will stab through the heart anyone with character. They're here already ... And there'll be more of them. Be careful! — Sandor Marai
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Nicky Romero: The beauty of running your own label and your own show is that you are The beauty of running your own label and your own show is that you are in charge. I get sent a huge amount of musicfrom new and established talent every day, so if I like a track, I play it - no questions asked. — Nicky Romero
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Louisa May Alcott: On, I don't think I'm a genius!' cried Josie, growing calm and sober as she On, I don't think I'm a genius!' cried Josie, growing calm and sober as she listened to the melodious voice and looked into the expressive face that filled her with confidence, so strong, sincere and kindly was it. 'I only want to find out if I have talent enough to go on, and after years of study be able to act well in any of the good plays people never tire of seeing. I don't expected to be a Mrs. Siddons or a Miss Cameron, much as I long to be; but it does seem as if I had something in me which can't come out in any way but this. When I act I'm perfectly happy. I seem to live, to be in my own world, and each new part is a new friend. I love Shakespeare, and am never tired of his splendid people. Of course I don't understand it all; but it's like being alone at night with the mountains and the stars, solemn and grand, and I try to imagine how it will look when the sun comes up, and all is glorious and clear to me. I can't see, but I feel the beauty, and long to express it. — Louisa May Alcott
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Alain De Botton: Ruskin's interest in beauty and in its possession led him to five central conclusions. First, Ruskin's interest in beauty and in its possession led him to five central conclusions. First, beauty was the result of a number of complex factors that affected the mind both psychologically and visually. Second, humans had an innate tendency to respond to beauty and to desire to possess it. Third, there were many lower expressions of this desire for possession (including, as we have seen, buying souvenirs and carpets, carving one's name on a pillar and taking photographs). Fourth, there was only one way to possess beauty properly, and that was by understanding it, by making oneself conscious of the factors (psychological and visual) responsible for it. And last, the most effective means of pursuing this conscious understanding was by attempting to describe beautiful places through art, by writing about or drawing them, irrespective of whether one happened to have any talent for doing so. — Alain De Botton
Talent And Beauty Sayings By M.F. Moonzajer: Humans always love and hate each other for a reason; beauty or talent, hard working Humans always love and hate each other for a reason; beauty or talent, hard working or wealth. If you want to be loved give them a reason. — M.F. Moonzajer
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Nikolai Gogol: His whole being, his whole life was awakened in one instant, as if youth returned His whole being, his whole life was awakened in one instant, as if youth returned to him, as if the extinguished sparks of talent blazed up again. The blindfold suddenly fell from his eyes. God! to ruin the best years of his youth so mercilessly; to destroy, to extinguish the spark of fire that had perhaps flickered in his breast, that perhaps would have developed by now into greatness and beauty, that perhaps would also have elicited tears of amazement and gratitude! — Nikolai Gogol
Talent And Beauty Sayings By V.C. Andrews: Love, how often that word came up in books over and over again. If you Love, how often that word came up in books over and over again. If you had wealth and health, and beauty and talent ... you had nothing if you didn't have love. Love changed all that was ordinary into something giddy, powerful, drunken, enchanted. — V.C. Andrews
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Andrew Sean Greer: Here is a writer possessing the greatest talent: that of fully inhabiting the lives of Here is a writer possessing the greatest talent: that of fully inhabiting the lives of others. Spargo conjures up these two as no one has done before. Scott and Zelda become, in Spargo's remarkable novel, not people of history but of literature, and reminders of what we fight for, what we fail to win, and the beauty that abides between. A marvel of a book. — Andrew Sean Greer
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Honore De Balzac: At fifteen, beauty and talent do not exist; there can only be promise of the At fifteen, beauty and talent do not exist; there can only be promise of the coming woman. — Honore De Balzac
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Louis B. Mayer: The idea of a star being born is bushwa. A star is created, carefully and The idea of a star being born is bushwa. A star is created, carefully and cold-bloodily, built up from nothing, from nobody. Age, beauty, talent, least of all talent, has nothing to do with it. We could make silk purses out of sows' ears every day of the week. — Louis B. Mayer
Talent And Beauty Sayings By V.C. Andrews: Beauty thinks it needs no talent and can feed on itself, so it soon dies. Beauty thinks it needs no talent and can feed on itself, so it soon dies. — V.C. Andrews
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Zach Braff: It's a good thing I'm a professional and could see the pure genius talent behind It's a good thing I'm a professional and could see the pure genius talent behind the raw sexual beauty. — Zach Braff
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Ainslie Sheridan: Why do you like show jumping?"" ... Beauty and excitement. The elements of trust, talent, Why do you like show jumping?"
" ... Beauty and excitement. The elements of trust, talent, training, love, and danger make show jumping a thrilling and aesthetic experience. It's really the ultimate test of two nervous systems
the kinetic transfer of the rider's muscle to the horse's muscle enables them to clear those jumps. And there's nothing like it
horse and rider forming an arc of beauty, efficiency, and power, like a double helix."
"DNA,"
"Yes, DNA, the code to life. — Ainslie Sheridan
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Beth Kephart: The night before, I'd gone overboard with my Lila poems, and maybe it's true that The night before, I'd gone overboard with my Lila poems, and maybe it's true that I was hoping that in them he'd see the genius of me, the beauty of my words in his hands. — Beth Kephart
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Washington Irving: After all, it is the divinity within that makes the divinity without; and I have After all, it is the divinity within that makes the divinity without; and I have been more fascinated by a woman of talent and intelligence, though deficient in personal charms, than I have been by the most regular beauty. — Washington Irving
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Sylvia Kristel: I have a talent for happiness. I look with the eyes of a painter, and I have a talent for happiness. I look with the eyes of a painter, and I see beauty. — Sylvia Kristel
Talent And Beauty Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: While the others chatted over their parcels Jean wrote her letter, and Jean could write While the others chatted over their parcels Jean wrote her letter, and Jean could write delightful letters. She had a decided talent in that respect, and her correspondents all declared her letters to be things of beauty and joy forever. She — L.M. Montgomery
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Bryanna Plog: It was apparent that the ladies vying to be Miss Colombia had to first go It was apparent that the ladies vying to be Miss Colombia had to first go through a stringent competition of poise, talent, and debate on who had the best abs and biggest breasts to win the right to represent their department. They received lots of cheers from the crowds - and lots of open stares from all the police guarding the boulevard. — Bryanna Plog
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Alison G. Bailey: Noah had always been my best friend, my partner in crime, my protector, my soul Noah had always been my best friend, my partner in crime, my protector, my soul mate, the love of my life. My everything. I may not have gotten all the beauty, intelligence or talent, but I got Noah Stewart, the one "perfect" thing I could claim as mine and I wouldn't trade him for anything in the world — Alison G. Bailey
Talent And Beauty Sayings By John C. Maxwell: Talent grips us. We are overtaken by the beauty of Michelangelo's sculpture, riveted by Mariah Talent grips us. We are overtaken by the beauty of Michelangelo's sculpture, riveted by Mariah Carey's angelic voice, doubled over in laughter by the comedy of Robin Williams, and captivated by the on screen performances of Denzel Washington. — John C. Maxwell
Talent And Beauty Sayings By S. Jae-Jones: You have something much more enduring than beauty," she said severely. "And what is that?" You have something much more enduring than beauty," she said severely. "And what is that?" "Grace," she said simply. "Grace, and talent." I — S. Jae-Jones
Talent And Beauty Sayings By Frederick William Faber: He draws us to Himself by grace, by example, by power, by lovingness, by beauty, He draws us to Himself by grace, by example, by power, by lovingness, by beauty, by pardon, and above all by the Blessed Sacrament. Every one who has had anything to do with ministering to souls has seen the power which Jesus has. Talent is not needed. Eloquence is comparatively unattractive. Learning is often beside the mark. Controversy simply repels ... All the attraction of the Church is in Jesus, and His chief attraction is the Blessed Sacrament — Frederick William Faber