The Horses Edwin Muir Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

12 The Horses Edwin Muir Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Lin Yutang: A tendency to fly too straight at a goal, instead of circling around it, often A tendency to fly too straight at a goal, instead of circling around it, often carries one too far. — Lin Yutang
More Pictures »
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Karl Ove Knausgard: despite my common sense telling me that actually the reverse was true: the world was despite my common sense telling me that actually the reverse was true: the world was boundless and unfathomable, the number of events infinite, the present time an open door that stood flapping in the wind of history. But that is not how it felt. It felt as if the world were known, fully explored and charted, — Karl Ove Knausgard
More Pictures »
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Alexandre Dumas: As for Porthos, I believe him to be eternal, like God, although less patient. As for Porthos, I believe him to be eternal, like God, although less patient. — Alexandre Dumas
More Pictures »
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By David James Duncan: Life is short. It's God's fault. Sorry. Life is short. It's God's fault. Sorry. — David James Duncan
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Oliver James: Never fear the golding of a sunset. It means more than just the closing of Never fear the golding of a sunset. It means more than just the closing of another day. But marks the brightness of a new dawn. — Oliver James
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Ruzwana Bashir: I fell in love with commerce and the opportunities that come with compelling visual storytelling. I fell in love with commerce and the opportunities that come with compelling visual storytelling. — Ruzwana Bashir
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Robin Hobb: Home is people. Not a place. If you go back there after the people are Home is people. Not a place. If you go back there after the people are gone, then all you can see is what is not there any more. — Robin Hobb
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Susan Neiman: If life is a gift, then the more you partake in it, the more you If life is a gift, then the more you partake in it, the more you show thanks. — Susan Neiman
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Terry McMillan: It's not that marriage itself is bad; it's the people we marry who give it It's not that marriage itself is bad; it's the people we marry who give it a bad name. — Terry McMillan
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Neal Stephenson: And yet people went on thinking this way, kind of in the way that someone And yet people went on thinking this way, kind of in the way that someone who has just been diagnosed with a terminal illness will go on getting up and going to work every morning, not so much out of habit as because the knowledge of impending doom makes them wish to assert an identity. — Neal Stephenson
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Richard K. Morgan: The myth of Good Guys and Bad Guys is one of the most pervasive we The myth of Good Guys and Bad Guys is one of the most pervasive we own, and morally grey anti-heroes are simply one of modern fiction's attempts to shake off that mythology and replace it with something a bit more honest. — Richard K. Morgan
The Horses Edwin Muir Sayings By Jose Saramago: ...everything that is not literature is life. ...everything that is not literature is life. — Jose Saramago