The Poconos Famous Quotes & Sayings

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The Poconos Sayings By Brian P. Cleary: Whatever story you're telling, it will be more interesting if, at the end you add, Whatever story you're telling, it will be more interesting if, at the end you add, and then everything burst into flames. — Brian P. Cleary
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The Poconos Sayings By Michael Lisagor: I decided to stop worrying about what "might happen," and concentrate on what "was happening." I decided to stop worrying about what "might happen," and concentrate on what "was happening." What a magical moment of Buddhist insight! — Michael Lisagor
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The Poconos Sayings By Julia Quinn: The murderous look in his eyes made her legs turn to jelly.'Don't,' he spat out, The murderous look in his eyes made her legs turn to jelly.
'Don't,' he spat out, 'make the mistake of getting me angry.'
'You're not angry now?' she croaked in disbelief.
He let her go abruptly and smiled, cocking a brow as she slid down into a crouch. 'Not at all,' he said smoothly. 'I merely wanted to set some ground rules.'
Henry's mouth fell open. The man was insane.
'First of all, no more devious little plots to try to get rid of me.'
Her throat worked convulsively.
'And no lies!'
She gasped for breath.
'And-' He paused to look down at her. 'Oh, Christ. Don't cry.'
She bawled.
... 'I haven't cried in years.'
He believed her ... Dunford looked around frantically, as if the green hills would somehow tell him how to get her to stop crying. — Julia Quinn
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The Poconos Sayings By Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki: I continue to say that I wish we had another word other than magic. It I continue to say that I wish we had another word other than magic. It no longer means what we are doing or we are attempting to do. We have to find another terminology. Magic is first and foremost a way of belief. — Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki
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The Poconos Sayings By James Ponti: If we lose faith and trust, then we've lost everything If we lose faith and trust, then we've lost everything — James Ponti
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The Poconos Sayings By Josef Koudelka: I have never had any hero in my life or in photography. I just travel, I have never had any hero in my life or in photography. I just travel, I look and everything influences me. Everything influences me. I am quite different now than I was 40 years ago. For 40 years I have been traveling. I never stay in one country more than three months. Why? Because I was interested in seeing, and if I stay longer I become blind. — Josef Koudelka
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The Poconos Sayings By Constantin Stanislavski: The first theatre I ever found was in the backyard of a new suburban community The first theatre I ever found was in the backyard of a new suburban community in the foothills of the Poconos. My dad was a young FBI agent at his first or second posting - we're all from New York. He was posted in Scranton, Pennsylvania and he put the family in a brand new red-brick apartment. It was in a C-shape and behind it was a small hill that led up to the woods. There was a white-washed brick wall that was a perfect theatre! There were windows and all the ladies behind the windows in their apartments. I would go out there after lunch every day and sing opera. — Constantin Stanislavski
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The Poconos Sayings By Steven Seagal: My people are my people. They love me and I love them. I would not My people are my people. They love me and I love them. I would not be here without them. — Steven Seagal
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The Poconos Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: Through the present moment, you have access to the power of life itself, that which Through the present moment, you have access to the power of life itself, that which has traditionally been called "God." As soon as you turn away from it, God ceases to be a reality in your life, and all you are left with is the mental concept of God, which some people believe in and others deny. Even belief in God is only a poor substitute for the living reality of God manifesting every moment of your life. — Eckhart Tolle
The Poconos Sayings By Denis Diderot: We are far more liable to catch the vices than the virtues of our associates. We are far more liable to catch the vices than the virtues of our associates. — Denis Diderot
The Poconos Sayings By George Hodgman: It was October in Pennsylvania and on the first morning the ground was frosted. As It was October in Pennsylvania and on the first morning the ground was frosted. As I walked to breakfast, some guy yelled out, 'Thirteen inches in the Poconos.'
'Is that I porn film?' I asked. — George Hodgman
The Poconos Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: Faith in reason as a prime motor is no longer the criterion of the sound Faith in reason as a prime motor is no longer the criterion of the sound mind, any more than faith in the Bible is the criterion of righteous intention. — George Bernard Shaw
The Poconos Sayings By Lisa Edelstein: What does it mean to a successful woman today? Does it mean you have to What does it mean to a successful woman today? Does it mean you have to be a mother? If you are a mother, does it mean you have to be a mother with a husband? If you don't have a husband, what is the role that the man plays? I think there are a lot of confusing things that we're all really still sorting out. — Lisa Edelstein
The Poconos Sayings By Ethel Mumford: Where there is a will there's a law suit. Where there is a will there's a law suit. — Ethel Mumford
The Poconos Sayings By Deepak Chopra: Success comes when people act together; failure tends to happen alone. Success comes when people act together; failure tends to happen alone. — Deepak Chopra