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The Same Sayings By Elizabeth E. Castillo: We may be lost stars in an ocean of constellations on a dark night but We may be lost stars in an ocean of constellations on a dark night but do remember we both belong to the same sky. I breathe the same air that you breathe, we both look at the same luminosity above us. You are the music and I am the lyrics. — Elizabeth E. Castillo
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The Same Sayings By Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa: ...at every twirl a year fell from his shoulders; soon he felt back at the ...at every twirl a year fell from his shoulders; soon he felt back at the age of twenty, when in that very same ballroom he had danced with Stella before he knew disappointment, boredom, and the rest. For a second, that night, death seemed to him once more "something that happens to others."... — Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa
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The Same Sayings By S.C. Stephens: And really, a formal ceremony and a piecce of paper wasn't what made a marriage. And really, a formal ceremony and a piecce of paper wasn't what made a marriage. It was the feeling bursting apart my chest-the overwhelming sensation that I'd been cleaved in two at birth, and, miraculously, I'd managed to find my other half. And even more miraculously, he felt the same. — S.C. Stephens
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The Same Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: Everything is silent again: but it isn't the same silence. It's raining: tapping lightly against Everything is silent again: but it isn't the same silence. It's raining: tapping lightly against the frosted glass windows; if there are any more masked children in the street, the rain is going to spoil their cardboard masks. — Jean-Paul Sartre
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The Same Sayings By Barbara Delinsky: You'll always be with me, Mom. Kind of like Jordan's perennials. Every year, something'll bloom You'll always be with me, Mom. Kind of like Jordan's perennials. Every year, something'll bloom in my life to remind me of you. It'll always be different, never the same, but it'll be good. Love lasts. — Barbara Delinsky
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The Same Sayings By Harmony Korine: I see things in a specific way. All the films are different. There are specific I see things in a specific way. All the films are different. There are specific characters and scenes and locations and ideas. There are colors I want to see. There are movements and things ... The films are different, but the approach is the same. — Harmony Korine
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The Same Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Heraclitus says you cannot step into the same river twice. We can also say that Heraclitus says you cannot step into the same river twice. We can also say that the same river cannot touch us twice! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
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The Same Sayings By Ringo Starr: Every time, my syncopation is different, because I can never play the same fill twice. Every time, my syncopation is different, because I can never play the same fill twice. I just can't, never have been able to. Even as a Beatle, they'd say, 'Oh, double-track that.' I don't know how you do that, because when I'm in a fill I'm sort of this blackout, just this pure me coming out and I can't pure me the same, twice. So, that's that. — Ringo Starr
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The Same Sayings By August Bebel: When socialism comes into power, the Roman Church will advocate socialism with the same vigor When socialism comes into power, the Roman Church will advocate socialism with the same vigor [with which] it is now favoring feudalism and slavery. — August Bebel
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The Same Sayings By Dale Carnegie: When you seek friendships with those who are successful, there is no guarantee they will When you seek friendships with those who are successful, there is no guarantee they will want success for you too. You might have to work to overcome being perceived as a relational leech. On the other hand, when you seek success for those who are already friends, you can just about guarantee that these same people will want success for you. — Dale Carnegie
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The Same Sayings By Maggie O'Farrell: All I was aware of was this hole, this gaping hole where my heart should All I was aware of was this hole, this gaping hole where my heart should have been. I read somewhere once that your heart is supposed to be the same size as your clenched fist, but this hole felt far bigger. It seemed to expand over my whole upper body and it felt cold, vacant - the cooling wind seemed to cut right through it. I felt frail and insubstantial, as if the wind could have blown me away. — Maggie O'Farrell
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The Same Sayings By Tim Gunn: What's interesting about textiles is that they are determined about three seasons in advance, that's What's interesting about textiles is that they are determined about three seasons in advance, that's why when you walk into a store you think "Gee, everything looks about the same." — Tim Gunn
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The Same Sayings By Adam Smith: Such regulations may, no doubt, be considered as in some respect a violation of natural Such regulations may, no doubt, be considered as in some respect a violation of natural liberty. But those exertions of the natural liberty of a few individuals, which might endanger the security of the whole society, are, and ought to be, restrained by the laws of all governments; of the most free, as well as or the most despotical. The obligation of building party walls, in order to prevent the communication of fire, is a violation of natural liberty, exactly of the same kind with the regulations of the banking trade which are here proposed. — Adam Smith
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The Same Sayings By Matthew Lewis: I've got my life and 'Harry Potter,' where I travel the world, I make films, I've got my life and 'Harry Potter,' where I travel the world, I make films, I meet amazing people, I do press junkets and stuff. And then I go back home to Leeds, where I live, and I've got the same friends from before. — Matthew Lewis
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The Same Sayings By Neel Burton: In philosophy, phenomenology is the study of the structures of experience and consciousness. Wine blind In philosophy, phenomenology is the study of the structures of experience and consciousness. Wine blind tasting is the best phenomenology, phenomenology par excellence, returning us from our heads into the world, and, at the same time, teaching us the methods of the mind. — Neel Burton
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The Same Sayings By Rita Levi-Montalcini: If I die tomorrow or in a year, it is the same - it is If I die tomorrow or in a year, it is the same - it is the message you leave behind you that counts. — Rita Levi-Montalcini
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The Same Sayings By Paul Simon: Nor is it strange That after changes upon changes, we are more or less the Nor is it strange That after changes upon changes, we are more or less the samePaul Simon
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The Same Sayings By Marie Curie: In 1906, just as we were definitely giving up the old shed laboratory where we In 1906, just as we were definitely giving up the old shed laboratory where we had been so happy, there came the dreadful catastrophe which took my husband away from me and left me alone to bring up our children and, at the same time, to continue our work of research. — Marie Curie
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The Same Sayings By Cristen Rodgers: Maybe the moon just lost herself gazing too long at the brilliance of the sun Maybe the moon just lost herself gazing too long at the brilliance of the sun and that's how she got her glow.

And maybe we're made of the same
mysterious sort of magic that makes us magnify and mirror whatever we look at the most. — Cristen Rodgers
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The Same Sayings By Fernando Del Paso: This is a work of fiction.If certain characters resemble people in real life, it is This is a work of fiction.
If certain characters resemble people in real life, it is because certain people in real life resemble characters from a novel.
Nobody, therefore, is entitled to feel included in this book.
Nobody, by the same token, to feel excluded. — Fernando Del Paso
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The Same Sayings By Doris Lessing: A foolhardy lot, we accepted it all, as we always do, never asked: "What is A foolhardy lot, we accepted it all, as we always do, never asked: "What is going to happen to us now, with this invention of print?" In the same way, we never thought to ask, "How will our lives, our way of thinking, be changed by the internet, which has seduced a whole generation with its inanities so that even quite reasonable people will confess that, once they are hooked, it is hard to cut free, and they may find a whole day has passed in blogging etc? — Doris Lessing
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The Same Sayings By Alice Sebold: Like snowflakes,' Franny said,'none of them the same and yet each one, from where we Like snowflakes,' Franny said,'none of them the same and yet each one, from where we stand, exactly like the one before — Alice Sebold
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The Same Sayings By Betty White: I'm not into animal rights. I'm only into animal welfare and health. I've been with I'm not into animal rights. I'm only into animal welfare and health. I've been with the Morris Animal Foundation since the '70s. We're a health organization. We fund campaign health studies for dogs, cats, lizards and wildlife. I've worked with the L.A. Zoo for about the same length of time. I get my animal fixes! — Betty White
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The Same Sayings By Assata Shakur: She made one mistake," he kept repeating. "She forgot to change her earrings. She has She made one mistake," he kept repeating. "She forgot to change her earrings. She has the same earrings on." The prosecutor was so dramatic. The scene was straight out of the movies. You could tell he had been watching the late show. Both the woman in the bank and i had on hoop earrings. When Stanley summed up, he just said, "Will all the women in the courtroom who have on hoop earrings, please stand up?" Half the women rose to their feet. — Assata Shakur
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The Same Sayings By Althea Gibson: I was nervous and confident at the same, nervous about going out there in front I was nervous and confident at the same, nervous about going out there in front of all those people, with so much at stake, and confident that I was going to go out there and win. — Althea Gibson
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The Same Sayings By John Foster Dulles: The mark of a successful organization isn't whether or not it has problems, its whether The mark of a successful organization isn't whether or not it has problems, its whether it has the same problems it had last year. — John Foster Dulles
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The Same Sayings By Thomas Paine: The Christian religion and Masonry have one and the same common origin: Both are derived The Christian religion and Masonry have one and the same common origin: Both are derived from the worship of the Sun. The difference between their origin is, that the Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man whom they call Christ, in the place of the Sun, and pay him the same adoration which was originally paid to the Sun. — Thomas Paine
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The Same Sayings By Emile Zola: Since the same human mire remains beneath, does not all civilization reduce itself to the Since the same human mire remains beneath, does not all civilization reduce itself to the superiority of smelling nice and living well? — Emile Zola
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The Same Sayings By Tanith Lee: Ecstasy and vulnerability belonged in the same dish. The fear the cup would be snatched Ecstasy and vulnerability belonged in the same dish. The fear the cup would be snatched away was what gave the wine its savor. — Tanith Lee
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The Same Sayings By Jack Kornfield: Once we see that everything is impermanent and ungraspable and that we create a huge Once we see that everything is impermanent and ungraspable and that we create a huge amount of suffering if we are attached to things staying the same, we realize that relaxing and letting go is a wiser way to live. Letting go does not mean not caring about things. It means caring about them in a flexible and wise way. — Jack Kornfield
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The Same Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: We all talked at the same time, not listening to one another, sometimes seconding and We all talked at the same time, not listening to one another, sometimes seconding and praising one another in order to be seconded and praised in turn, sometimes getting angry with one another - just as in a lunatic asylum. — Leo Tolstoy
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The Same Sayings By Mike Rowe: It's about, when did it make sense to say one size fits everybody? It never It's about, when did it make sense to say one size fits everybody? It never ever ever made sense to do that, and yet we're still selling education the same way we sold it when you and I were in high school. — Mike Rowe
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The Same Sayings By Andrew James Pritchard: I enjoy load shedding in Nepal, when it allows me to witness the dancing of I enjoy load shedding in Nepal, when it allows me to witness the dancing of fireflies in the next field, and at the same time to hear children playing a chanting clapping game because there is no TV to waste their time on. — Andrew James Pritchard
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The Same Sayings By Michael Cunningham: It's impossible to imagine, isn't it? Most men probably go through the same motions, more It's impossible to imagine, isn't it? Most men probably go through the same motions, more or less, but what's in their minds, what agitates their blood? What could be more mortifyingly personal, what veers closer to the depths, than whatever it is that makes us come? If we knew, if we could see what's in the cartoon balloons over other guy's heads as they jerk off, would we be moved, or repelled? — Michael Cunningham
The Same Sayings By Elizabeth Taylor: All of my life I've spent a lot of time with gay men - Montgomery All of my life I've spent a lot of time with gay men - Montgomery Clift, Jimmy Dean, Rock Hudson - who are my colleagues, coworkers, confidantes, my closest friends, but I never thought of who they slept with! They were just the people I loved. I could never understand why they couldn't be afforded the same rights and protections as all of the rest of us. There is no gay agenda, it's a human agenda — Elizabeth Taylor
The Same Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: but racism is about the power of a group and in America it's white folks but racism is about the power of a group and in America it's white folks who have that power. How? Well, white folks don't get treated like shit in upper-class African-American communities and white folks don't get denied bank loans or mortgages precisely because they are white and black juries don't give white criminals worse sentences than black criminals for the same crime and black police officers don't stop white folk for driving while white and black companies don't choose not to hire somebody because their name sounds white and black teachers don't tell white kids that they're not smart enough to be doctors and black politicians don't try some tricks to reduce the voting power of white folks through gerrymandering and advertising agencies don't say they can't use white models to advertise glamorous products because they are not considered "aspirational" by the "mainstream." So — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
The Same Sayings By Misty Copeland: Once you become a professional, to get through a ballet like 'Swan Lake' - four Once you become a professional, to get through a ballet like 'Swan Lake' - four acts as the lead, changing character - the perseverance is incredible. It takes a lot to make it through and keep the same energy throughout the entire performance. — Misty Copeland
The Same Sayings By Carrie Fisher: That's the way it works in movies. Something happens that has an impact on someone's That's the way it works in movies. Something happens that has an impact on someone's life, and based on that impact, his life shifts course. Well, that's not how it happens in life. Something has an impact on you, and then your life stays the same, and you think, 'Well, what about the impact?' You have epiphanies all the time. They just don't have any effect. — Carrie Fisher
The Same Sayings By Simon McBurney: We feel closer to the drawings on the walls of Chauvet than the painting of, We feel closer to the drawings on the walls of Chauvet than the painting of, say, an Egyptian mural. These artists are not remote ancestors; they are brothers. They saw like us; they drew like us. We wear essentially the same clothes against the cold. — Simon McBurney
The Same Sayings By Evan Parker: I think the whole question of meaning in music is difficult enough even if you I think the whole question of meaning in music is difficult enough even if you hear me playing live right now in the same room! What I mean and what you take from it may be two quite different things anyway. — Evan Parker
The Same Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: No," he said. "No, I'll never wonder what it would be like to have sex No," he said. "No, I'll never wonder what it would be like to have sex with someone else for the same reason I don't want to kiss anyone else. You're the only girl I've ever touched. And I feel like it was supposed to be that way. I touch you and my whole body ... rings. Like a bell or something. And I could touch other girls, and maybe there would be something, you know, like maybe there would be noise. But not like with you. And what would happen if I kept touching and touching them, and then ... and then, I tried to touch you again? I might not be able to hear us anymore. I might not ring true. — Rainbow Rowell
The Same Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: world. The mandate of the church embraces all people as they live within all the world. The mandate of the church embraces all people as they live within all the other mandates. Since a person is at the same time worker, spouse, and citizen, since one mandate overlaps with the others, and since all the mandates need to be fulfilled at the same time, so the church mandate reaches into all the other mandates. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
The Same Sayings By Michael Tsarion: The White House - now shares the same name as the new government center in The White House - now shares the same name as the new government center in Moscow. The name originally comes from Egypt. The White and Red Houses of the late first dynasty were departments that officiated for the will of pharaoh. The second most important state building in Egypt was the treasury. It was known as Per Hetch, meaning "White House." — Michael Tsarion
The Same Sayings By Bill Cosby: In all of my career, the style is still the same, and that is of In all of my career, the style is still the same, and that is of a friend, just sitting and talking. — Bill Cosby
The Same Sayings By Patti Davis: Of course, people say maybe there are some self-published books out there that shouldn't be Of course, people say maybe there are some self-published books out there that shouldn't be out there. Well, it's the same with conventional publishing. — Patti Davis
The Same Sayings By Cameron Dokey: Darkness may cover light, but that is not the same thing as putting it out. Darkness may cover light, but that is not the same thing as putting it out. Whereas, to overcome darkness, all light need do is to exist. — Cameron Dokey
The Same Sayings By Nancy Bond: The worst is being alone and not having someone with whom I can share life, The worst is being alone and not having someone with whom I can share life, someone who sees the world from the same narrow ledge I'm standing on and who understands without always having to be explained to. — Nancy Bond
The Same Sayings By Steven Tyler: You should have felt the buzz the moment all five of us got together in You should have felt the buzz the moment all five of us got together in the same room for the first time again. We all started laughin' - it was like the five years had never passed. We knew we'd made the right move. — Steven Tyler
The Same Sayings By H.M. Ward: Everything I touch dies in my hand and the same thing's happening to you. You Everything I touch dies in my hand and the same thing's happening to you. You were vibrant when I met you, and now I've blanched the color from your cheeks and caused you nothing but pain. — H.M. Ward
The Same Sayings By Doug Stanhope: You say you hate children and people always say the same thing; it would be You say you hate children and people always say the same thing; it would be different if it was your own child. Well what if it wasn't? — Doug Stanhope
The Same Sayings By Mark Twain: You cannot have all chiefs; you gotta have Indians too.Perfect love cannot be without equality.A You cannot have all chiefs; you gotta have Indians too.
Perfect love cannot be without equality.
A friend to everybody and to nobody is the same thing.
We are all alike, on the inside. — Mark Twain
The Same Sayings By Kilroy J. Oldster: For the philosopher, language, thought, and passion are the same. Ideas are personal to a For the philosopher, language, thought, and passion are the same. Ideas are personal to a philosopher; they express their human passion and articulate their novel ideas in language. Ideas are more than mere concepts, trifles that the philosophical mind toys with. Ideas provide both the structure and inner vitality that holds great thinkers' conceptual structure together. — Kilroy J. Oldster
The Same Sayings By Jamie Goode: Are two people drinking from the same bottle of wine having a common experience? Are two people drinking from the same bottle of wine having a common experience? — Jamie Goode
The Same Sayings By Kelsey Sutton: It just wasn't supposed to end like this." She looks at me with red-rimmed eyes It just wasn't supposed to end like this." She looks at me with red-rimmed eyes and yellow skin. Colors should be a good thing, but now, they're marks, omens of bad tidings. "I was supposed to grow up, go to college, get a job," she continues in that gut-clenching croak. "Meet my dream guy, marry, have k-kids. You were going to live next door and we would grow old in the same nursing home. Chuck oatmeal at each other and watch soap operas all day in our rocking chairs. That was my daydream. My perfect life. I don't want to keep asking myself why until the end, but ... " A lone tear trails down her sunken cheek. This time I don't reach out to wipe the water away; I let it go. Down, down, until it drips off the side of her jaw. This is humanity. This is life and death in one room. — Kelsey Sutton
The Same Sayings By Ann Kirkpatrick: When millions of Americans are tightening their belts, folks have the right to expect their When millions of Americans are tightening their belts, folks have the right to expect their elected officials to do the same. — Ann Kirkpatrick
The Same Sayings By Hape Kerkeling: It's funny, at home you look different on the outside with each new day, yet It's funny, at home you look different on the outside with each new day, yet on the inside you stay virtually the same. Here you're always the same on the outside, but on the inside you change by the hour. — Hape Kerkeling
The Same Sayings By Gordon T. Smith: There are many unknowns in life. This is patently clear again and again when we There are many unknowns in life. This is patently clear again and again when we face vocational transitions. We cannot see around the bend in the road. We make decisions about our lives with implications for the lives of those we love and those for whom we have some responsibilities, and there are so many unknown variables. But there is one key variable that can be a known factor in our lives: The LORD will keep your going out and your coming in from this time on and forevermore. (Ps 121:8) On this we can depend. It will be the same now and for each transition of our lives. If we believe this, it will be evident because fear will no longer co-opt our lives. — Gordon T. Smith
The Same Sayings By Alessandro Baricco: I often thought about him during the war; if only 1900 were here, who knows I often thought about him during the war; if only 1900 were here, who knows what he'd do, what he'd say. 'Fuck war' he'd say. But somehow, coming from me, it wasn't the same. — Alessandro Baricco
The Same Sayings By Taylor Jenkins Reid: Sometimes you want to forget the fact that you're alone, and instead, you want to Sometimes you want to forget the fact that you're alone, and instead, you want to relish the feeling that someone understands you, someone is fighting the same battle that you are. Also, you know, sometimes you just want to feel wanted and desired. Sometimes you want to feel what it feels like with someone new. Sometimes you forget about whether you're ready to do something, and you just let yourself do it. — Taylor Jenkins Reid
The Same Sayings By John Galsworthy: He was a wanderer by nature, and even if England and the nearer East were He was a wanderer by nature, and even if England and the nearer East were closed to him, the world was wide, the sun shone in many places, the stars wheeled over one, books could be read, women had beauty, flowers scent, tobacco its flavour, music its moving power, coffee its fragrance, horses and dogs and birds were the same seductive creatures, — John Galsworthy
The Same Sayings By Eugene Levy: The greatest thing about doing this movie was that Chris and I both were involved The greatest thing about doing this movie was that Chris and I both were involved in folk music in the '60s. I had a group, but I don't think it was at the same level as Chris, because he's an amazing musician. — Eugene Levy
The Same Sayings By David Byrne: People will remember you better if you always wear the same outfit ... People will remember you better if you always wear the same outfit ... — David Byrne
The Same Sayings By Lee Goldberg: Of course, that rationalization didn't work at all. It would have helped if I'd had Of course, that rationalization didn't work at all. It would have helped if I'd had some Oreo cookie ice cream to eat that the same time. I've learned that self-delusion is much easier when there's something sweet in your mouth. — Lee Goldberg
The Same Sayings By Jenny Hval: Very devoted religious people are so extroverted, but at the same time, they're so repressed Very devoted religious people are so extroverted, but at the same time, they're so repressed sexually and so conservative. I've never been able to understand that combination, but I'm fascinated by it. — Jenny Hval
The Same Sayings By Matt Haig: You had to stay consistent to life's delusions. All you had was your perspective, so You had to stay consistent to life's delusions. All you had was your perspective, so objective truth was meaningless. You had to choose a dream and stick with it. Everything else was a con.And once you had tasted truth and love in the same potent cocktail there had to be no more tricks. — Matt Haig
The Same Sayings By William James: However inadequate our ideas of causal efficacy may be, we are less wide of the However inadequate our ideas of causal efficacy may be, we are less wide of the mark when we say that our ideas and feelings have it, than the Automatists are when they say they haven't it. As in the night all cats are gray, so in the darkness of metaphysical criticism all causes are obscure. But one has no right to pull the pall over the psychic half of the subject only ... whilst in the same breath one dogmatizes about material causation as if Hume, Kant, and Lotze had never been born. — William James
The Same Sayings By Donald Miller: Love makes us both strong and weak at the same time. I Love makes us both strong and weak at the same time. I — Donald Miller
The Same Sayings By Georges Braque: I considered that the painter's personality should be kept out of things, and therefore pictures I considered that the painter's personality should be kept out of things, and therefore pictures should be anonymous. It was I who decided that pictures should not be signed, and for a time Picasso did the same. — Georges Braque
The Same Sayings By Alexandra Adornetto: The water was lapping around my waist by the time Ivy and Gabriel found me. The water was lapping around my waist by the time Ivy and Gabriel found me. I was shivering, but I hardly noticed. I didn't move or speak, not even when Gabriel lifted me out of the water and carried me back to our house. Ivy helped me into the shower, and came to help me out half an hour later when I'd forgotten where I was and just stood under the pounding water. Gabriel bought me some dinner, but I couldn't eat it. I sat on my bed, staring into space and doing nothing but thinking of Xavier and trying not to think of him at the same time. The separation made me realize just how safe I felt with him. I craved his touch, his smell, even the awareness that he was nearby. But now he felt miles away, and I couldn't reach him, and that knowledge made me feel ready to crumble, to cease to exist. — Alexandra Adornetto
The Same Sayings By Damien Dempsey: I was in my teens and I was going through a bit of a phase, I was in my teens and I was going through a bit of a phase, drinking a lot and doing E tablets and getting into street fighting and getting depressed. Then I'd listen to Marley and it lifted me out of it. I'd like to try and do the same for kids, that my music would give them a bit of hope and strength, and they'd know that I was telling the truth and I wouldn't lie to them. — Damien Dempsey
The Same Sayings By Tara Reid: I like when a guy makes me feel like a woman and a little girl I like when a guy makes me feel like a woman and a little girl at the same time. — Tara Reid
The Same Sayings By Bethany Mota: BB cream is my lifesaver! It's so light on my skin, plus it protects and BB cream is my lifesaver! It's so light on my skin, plus it protects and gives me coverage at the same time. My favorites are from Maybelline and Smashbox. — Bethany Mota
The Same Sayings By Tom Robbins: The ones who're so upset about everybody not being the same, about competition, about standards The ones who're so upset about everybody not being the same, about competition, about standards of quality, about art objects having 'auras' around them, they're usually people with average abilities and average minds. And below average senses of humor. — Tom Robbins
The Same Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: They were all the same size, but when you put them on, the clothes shifted They were all the same size, but when you put them on, the clothes shifted and slid until they fit. The uniforms were apparently the same, because as Jenna slipped into the skirt, the hem brushed her shins, only to slither back up her body until the skirt fell just below her knees.
"I don't know if that's convenient or creepy," she said, inspecting her legs.
Shoving off the covers, I got out of bed and went to get my own uniform. "Let's go with creepy, shall we?"
Jenna pulled on her blazer, and I noticed she was chewing her lower lip, obviously thinking something over.
"You know, that's a dangerous habit for a vampire," I told her, nodding at her mouth. — Rachel Hawkins
The Same Sayings By Emile Hirsch: I had the misfortune of getting what skateboarders call hippers. It's when you fall on I had the misfortune of getting what skateboarders call hippers. It's when you fall on your hip again and again and again, just the same spot. It turns into like a blue purple bruise and it's just torture because I had to keep on doing the same move, going around in the pool again. — Emile Hirsch
The Same Sayings By Jen Klein: It seems devastating to have your heart so completely undone for a single person. If It seems devastating to have your heart so completely undone for a single person. If they screw up, if they don't feel the same, if their life is too busy or too complicated or too far away to fit you into it, something inside you breaks. Even when it heals, there are scars.
There are always scars. — Jen Klein
The Same Sayings By Bill Bryson: For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated by the idea that Charles Lindbergh flew For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated by the idea that Charles Lindbergh flew the Atlantic and Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs in the same summer. — Bill Bryson
The Same Sayings By Wole Soyinka: The arrogant elimination of the Djaouts of our world must nerve us to pursue our The arrogant elimination of the Djaouts of our world must nerve us to pursue our own combative doctrine, namely: that peaceful cohabitation on this planet demands that while the upholders of any creed are free to adopt their own existential absolutes, the right of others to do the same is thereby rendered implicit and sacrosanct. Thus the creed of inquiry, of knowledge and exchange of ideas, must be upheld as an absolute, as ancient and eternal as any other. — Wole Soyinka
The Same Sayings By Meir Kahane: The poor Palestinians who today kill Jews with explosives and firebombs and stones are part The poor Palestinians who today kill Jews with explosives and firebombs and stones are part of the same people who when they had all the territories they now demand be given to them for their state -attempted to drive the Jewish state into the sea. — Meir Kahane
The Same Sayings By Shinzo Abe: We need to be very careful when considering whether or not to change the constitution We need to be very careful when considering whether or not to change the constitution to accept same-sex marriage as this issue touches on the fundamentals of how we live. — Shinzo Abe
The Same Sayings By Bob Dylan: I been double-crossed now for the very last time and now I'm finally freeI kissed I been double-crossed now for the very last time and now I'm finally free
I kissed goodbye the howling beast on the borderline which separated you from me
You'll never know the hurt I suffer nor the pain I rise above
And I'll never know the same about you, your holiness or you kind of love
And it makes me feel so sorry. — Bob Dylan
The Same Sayings By Shohei Ooka: Again, was it not this same presentiment of death that made it seem so strange Again, was it not this same presentiment of death that made it seem so strange to me now that I should never again walk along this path in the Philippine forest? In our own country, even in the most distant or inaccessible part, this feeling of strangeness never comes to us, because subconsciously we know that there is always a possibility of our returning there in the future. Does not our entire life-feeling depend upon this inherent assumption that we can repeat indefinitely what we are doing at the moment? — Shohei Ooka
The Same Sayings By Charles Bukowski: It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned was to stay out of the bars and also to try to stay off the street. I fail sometimes to stay off the streets but not too often. the finest place on earth to drink is in your own place and alone. you probably know all this. all right. — Charles Bukowski
The Same Sayings By Emma Donoghue: I have tried to use memory and invention together, like two hands engaged in the I have tried to use memory and invention together, like two hands engaged in the same muddy work of digging up the past. — Emma Donoghue
The Same Sayings By Sidney Halston: I feel like I'm stuck inside my body. Everyone's moved forward, but I've been stuck I feel like I'm stuck inside my body. Everyone's moved forward, but I've been stuck in the same place. Since I've come into all this awareness lately, the hardest part has been remembering who I used to be, the dreams that died, the years I've lost. — Sidney Halston
The Same Sayings By Richard Marx: It's funny; Luther and I have written many songs together, but we've never written songs It's funny; Luther and I have written many songs together, but we've never written songs in the same room. — Richard Marx
The Same Sayings By Giridhar Alwar: When one makes you happy, the other makes you worried. Its just a balancing phenomena. When one makes you happy, the other makes you worried. Its just a balancing phenomena. So be the same person what ever the situation you are in. — Giridhar Alwar
The Same Sayings By Justina Chen: Maybe we don't have the same definition of about what's beautiful. So define it. Define Maybe we don't have the same definition of about what's beautiful. So define it. Define true beauty. — Justina Chen
The Same Sayings By Jan Van Mersbergen: Try to imagine, Robert says, what it feels like when they release the bulls. The Try to imagine, Robert says, what it feels like when they release the bulls. The noise is incredible. Your whole body's shaking. It's like your heart's racing but standing still at the same time. And then, when the people around you start moving and you know the bulls are coming, it just gets worse and worse. You hear the bulls coming closer. You feel the ground shaking beneath your feet. And when you see that first bull and it's time to run, everyone starts screaming. You can't even think. All you can do is run as fast as your legs will carry you. — Jan Van Mersbergen
The Same Sayings By Robin Morgan: She touched her fingertip to his wet face and brought away a tear. Amazed, he She touched her fingertip to his wet face and brought away a tear. Amazed, he did the same. He tasted this river his own eyes had rained.
"It tastes of salt!" he exclaimed. "It tastes like the sea!"
"Mine too!" she laughed through her own tears, and he touched and tasted hers as well. "It's as if humans kept a sign of the mother sea in ourselves, a secret token of grief or gladness. — Robin Morgan
The Same Sayings By Charles Stewart Given: Athenaeum, or Jonathan Edwards at thirteen entering Yale College, and while yet of a tender Athenaeum, or Jonathan Edwards at thirteen entering Yale College, and while yet of a tender age shining in the horizon of American literature; while the same age finds H. W. Longfellow writing for the Portland Gazette. At fourteen John Quincy Adams was private secretary to Francis H. Dana, American Minister to Russia; at fifteen Benjamin Franklin was writing for the New England Courant, and at an early age became a noted journalist. Benjamin West at sixteen had painted "The Death of Socrates," at seventeen George Bancroft had won a degree in history, Washington Irving had gained — Charles Stewart Given
The Same Sayings By Hal Elrod: How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack thereof) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life. Focused, productive, successful mornings generate focused, productive, successful days-which inevitably create a successful life-in the same way that unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre mornings generate unfocused, unproductive, and mediocre days, and ultimately a mediocre quality of life. By simply changing the way you wake up in the morning, you can transform any area of your life, faster than you ever thought possible. — Hal Elrod
The Same Sayings By Anushka Sharma: I genuinely don't care about the 'number one' tag. That's not my goal. You know, I genuinely don't care about the 'number one' tag. That's not my goal. You know, no one does that with heroes, but with actresses it's the same number game. It's not a bloody pageant. Everyone has something unique to offer. — Anushka Sharma
The Same Sayings By Ashley Greene: I'm always changing. I still have the same morals and values and foundation of who I'm always changing. I still have the same morals and values and foundation of who I was, growing up in Jacksonville, FL, but I'm such a different person from who I was when I was 17. You live and you learn and you grow. — Ashley Greene
The Same Sayings By Chris Baio: When you're a music director, you have people constantly sending you music and trying to When you're a music director, you have people constantly sending you music and trying to get - I mean, I'm sure you have the exact same thing when you do a magazine - that you have people constantly wanting to get your attention. And I think I learnt a lot from being on that end of things, when I was trying to book the tour, the first tour we did. — Chris Baio
The Same Sayings By Mariah Carey: When I saw you, when I saw you I could not breathe, I fell so When I saw you, when I saw you I could not breathe, I fell so deep. When I saw you, when I saw you I'd never be, I'd never be the same. — Mariah Carey
The Same Sayings By Betty Neels: He stood back smiling while they shook hands and murmured politely, and Amelia, meeting the He stood back smiling while they shook hands and murmured politely, and Amelia, meeting the Dutchman's sleepy gaze, had a sudden strange feeling, as though everything had changed; that nothing would ever be the same again; that there was no one else there, only herself and this giant of a man, still staring at her. — Betty Neels
The Same Sayings By William Kingdon Clifford: The rule which should guide us in such cases is simple and obvious enough: that The rule which should guide us in such cases is simple and obvious enough: that the aggregate testimony of our neighbours is subject to the same conditions as the testimony of any one of them. — William Kingdon Clifford
The Same Sayings By Sunny Deol: At one time, late Yash-ji, too, wanted to do two to three films, but somehow, At one time, late Yash-ji, too, wanted to do two to three films, but somehow, I am not the kind to do too many things at the same time. I like to take it slow and steady. — Sunny Deol
The Same Sayings By Lazarus Of Bethany: We are all humans and all deserve the same respect and attention. We are all humans and all deserve the same respect and attention. — Lazarus Of Bethany