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9 Telegraph Shares Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Telegraph Shares Sayings By Susan Elizabeth Phillips: Family is family, and business is business. I love the boy, but not that much.""Who Family is family, and business is business. I love the boy, but not that much."
"Who are you kidding?" Heath had said. "You'd walk over coals for him."
"Yes, but I'd leave my checkbook behind while I was doing it. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips
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Telegraph Shares Sayings By Billy Graham: Some Christians have an elastic conscience when it comes to their own foibles - and Some Christians have an elastic conscience when it comes to their own foibles - and an ironbound conscience when it comes to the foibles of others. — Billy Graham
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Telegraph Shares Sayings By Eugene Ionesco: As soon as one knows one is going to die, childhood is over ... So As soon as one knows one is going to die, childhood is over ... So one can be grown up at seven. Then, I believe most human beings forget what they have understood, recover another sort of childhood that can last all their lives. It is not a true childhood but a kind of forgetting. Desires and anxieties are there, preventing you from having access to the essential truth. — Eugene Ionesco
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Telegraph Shares Sayings By Carl Sandburg: Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence. Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence. — Carl Sandburg
Telegraph Shares Sayings By Esme Wynne-Tyson: Jesus ... said - long before his followers had established churches and a priesthood - Jesus ... said - long before his followers had established churches and a priesthood - 'I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.' This Way is the life of the Spirit. To follow it entails no necessity for places (all places are holy ground), no priesthood, since every man becomes a priest unto God ... — Esme Wynne-Tyson
Telegraph Shares Sayings By Evel Knievel: I've always lived by the creed that you're never a failure in life when you I've always lived by the creed that you're never a failure in life when you fall as long as you try and get up. — Evel Knievel
Telegraph Shares Sayings By Stuart Chase: Common sense tells us that the world is flat, that the sun goes around the Common sense tells us that the world is flat, that the sun goes around the earth, that heavy bodies always fall faster than light bodies, that boats made of iron will sink. — Stuart Chase
Telegraph Shares Sayings By Jeffrey Lewis: The funny thing is that some reviews are published in magazines and websites that are The funny thing is that some reviews are published in magazines and websites that are seen by millions of people, and other reviews are in very small publications or less popular websites, and you just have to be lucky to have the good reviews land in places where more people see them, and bad reviews land in places where they will be less seen. — Jeffrey Lewis
Telegraph Shares Sayings By Rob McClure: I've always been physical. I loved sports growing up. I was never specifically a dancer I've always been physical. I loved sports growing up. I was never specifically a dancer or anything like that. — Rob McClure