Tilt A Whirl Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: If there are meta-beings, a god or gods who did not create the world, then If there are meta-beings, a god or gods who did not create the world, then they can tell us what to do the same way bullies can, though they have no jurisdiction. They can run our countries like Italian neighborhoods and along the same principles. Do it or get whacked. Bend your knees, slaughter bulls, lick dirt, give us your milk money. But might, even above the human level, does not make right.
But a creative God, a God without whom none of this would be, a God who spoke reality into being and shapes it even now, He has authority. The world is His. You are His the way my words are mine. We are dust spoken from nothing, shaped with the moisture of His breath, named and now-living. — N.D. Wilson
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Meera Syal: But tonight I finally made the connection that change always strolled hand in hand with But tonight I finally made the connection that change always strolled hand in hand with loss, with upheaval, and that I would always feel it keenly because in the end, I did not live under the same sky as most other people. (p179) — Meera Syal
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Karl Rove: But, look, Washington is a town that creates myths for its own existence and its But, look, Washington is a town that creates myths for its own existence and its own amusement, and I was a subject of myth, sort of like Grendel in Beowulf - you know, not seen very often but often talked about. — Karl Rove
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Megan Abbott: No, this is throwing up like coming off the tilt-a-whirl at age seven, like discovering No, this is throwing up like coming off the tilt-a-whirl at age seven, like discovering that dead rat under the porch, like finding out someone you loved never loved you at all. — Megan Abbott
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: Summer has come with the loveliness of a mother Heat, not warmth, now pours onto Summer has come with the loveliness of a mother Heat, not warmth, now pours onto my face, aging me, taking me closer to death.
Let it. I am here to live my story, to love my story. I will not fail to savor any gift out of a desire for self-preservation. Self-preservation is not a great virtue in this story. — N.D. Wilson
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: This is poetry, but it is not delicate and fragile, a placid ocean beneath a This is poetry, but it is not delicate and fragile, a placid ocean beneath a Bible vese on an inspirational poster. This poetry had testicles. It's rougher than a rodeo. Which is why the cliffs are crowded with spectators — N.D. Wilson
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: Do not cry to me. I can only cry with you. I will not die Do not cry to me. I can only cry with you. I will not die for you. I am still too young in the meaning of love. Talk to the Fool, to the one who left a throne to enter an anthill. He will enter your shadow. It cannot taint HIm. He has done it before. His holiness is not fragile. It burns like a father to the sun. Touch His skin, put your hand in His side. He has kept His scars when He did not have to. Give Him your pain and watch it overwhelmed, burned away in the joy He takes in loving. In stooping. — N.D. Wilson
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Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: Complain. Whine. Be a fusser. The story needs those as well, because every butt needs Complain. Whine. Be a fusser. The story needs those as well, because every butt needs a joke, and the audience must laugh. Whether they (and God) laugh at or with us is up to you. — N.D. Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Claudia Gray: Nadia looked ... weird. Like chugged-a-Butterfinger-Blizzard-in-ninety-seconds-and-got-on-the-Tilt-A-Whirl weird. Nadia looked ... weird. Like chugged-a-Butterfinger-Blizzard-in-ninety-seconds-and-got-on-the-Tilt-A-Whirl weird. — Claudia Gray
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: We have been created as recipients. I look at the stars, at the grass, at We have been created as recipients. I look at the stars, at the grass, at my fat-faced children, at my fingernails, and I am oppressed by gratitude
I have been given a belly so that I might hunger. I have been given hunger so that I might be fed.
I look in the atheist's mirror. I look at his faith in the nonexistence of meaning. I look at his preaching and painting. I see nothing but a shit-storm.
Why would I walk through that door? Why would I live in your novel? — N.D. Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Indra Nooyi: Most importantly, we want to create a company where every employee can bring their whole Most importantly, we want to create a company where every employee can bring their whole selves to work. — Indra Nooyi
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Katie Ashley: It was the way your sweet, soft hands wiped away my tears, and the way It was the way your sweet, soft hands wiped away my tears, and the way your body just curved into mine when you let me hold you. It all made me feel, for just an instant, that everything really was going to be all right. No one has ever comforted me like that ... except my mom." What the fuck? Did I just say all that out loud? I shook my head furiously from side to side as the room started spinning me like a Tilt-a-Whirl at the county fair back home.
Abby grabbed my shoulders to steady me. I blinked my eyes trying to focus on her blurry, but beautiful image. "Most of all, it's that I want someone like you to want me - just for me, not for Jake Slater the singer of Runaway Train." I smacked my hand hard against my chest. "For what's really inside me. — Katie Ashley
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Douglas Wilson: Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl the fatherhood of God lies behind everything. This apparent chaotic world Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl the fatherhood of God lies behind everything. This apparent chaotic world is not chaotic at all; if we step back and take it all in with the right perspective, we see that it is an intricately designed carnival ride. There is a fatherly purpose in it: it turns out that we thought we were being born into a world full of sound and fury, signifying nothing, but what was happening is that our Father was taking us to a particularly spectacular fair with some really gnarly rides. In — Douglas Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Jim Butcher: Graves aren't for the dead. They're for the loved ones the dead leave behind them. Graves aren't for the dead. They're for the loved ones the dead leave behind them. Once those loved ones have gone, once all the lives that have touched the occupant of any given grave had ended, then the grave's purpose was fulfilled and ended. I suppose if you looked at it that way, one might as well decorate one's grave with an enormous statue or a giant temple. It gave people something to talk about, at least. Although, following that logic, I would need to have a roller coaster, or maybe a Tilt-A-Whirl constructed over my own grave when I died. Then even after my loved ones had moved on, people could keep having fun for years and years. Of course, I'd need a slightly larger plot. — Jim Butcher
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Wole Soyinka: I'm not fond of biographies. I don't like writing about myself. I'm not fond of biographies. I don't like writing about myself. — Wole Soyinka
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Flora Thompson: There Laura spent many happy hours, supposed to be picking fruit for jam, but for There Laura spent many happy hours, supposed to be picking fruit for jam, but for the better part of the time reading or dreaming. One corner, overhung by a Samson tree and walled in with bushes and flowers, she called her 'green study'. — Flora Thompson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By The Band Perrry: loving you was like throwing a lasso around a tornado i tried to hold on loving you was like throwing a lasso around a tornado i tried to hold on to you took a ride on a tilt-a-whirl that sits on top of the world i thought i could show you i've always been afraid of flying but you can't blame a girl for trying — The Band Perrry
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Lorrie Farrelly: The town could start boring him any time now. The town could start boring him any time now. — Lorrie Farrelly
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Harvey Penick: In golf your strengths and weaknesses will always be there. If you could improve your In golf your strengths and weaknesses will always be there. If you could improve your weaknesses, you would improve your game. The irony is that people prefer to practice their strengths. — Harvey Penick
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Scott Robinson: My mother died of breast cancer that metastasized throughout her body, including her brain. Toward My mother died of breast cancer that metastasized throughout her body, including her brain. Toward the end, as her mind became increasingly effected, I began to feel as though I were on a Tilt-a-Whirl - that now-old-fashioned amusement park ride in which each rider stands upright in a little niche on a large disk, the whole of which rotates until someone throws up. It seemed as though I shared the ride with a great many people from my mother's life, while she stood in the center and spoke to whomever was opposite her when the ride stopped. Sometimes she would begin a sentence addressing me, and end it addressing her prom date, or someone else I couldn't see. — Scott Robinson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: We're all carnies, though some people are in denial. They want to be above it We're all carnies, though some people are in denial. They want to be above it all, above the mayhem of laughter and people and lights and animals and the dark sadness that lurks in the coners and beneath the rides and in the trailers after hours. So they ride teh Ferris wheel, and at the top, they think they've left it all behind They've ascended to a place where they can take things seriously. Where they can be taken seriously. — N.D. Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Kit Bond: Workers come to America to fill jobs unwanted by Americans, but they are staying and Workers come to America to fill jobs unwanted by Americans, but they are staying and they are not going home. — Kit Bond
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Jaye Wells: I think you need to go find that boy and tell him how you feel I think you need to go find that boy and tell him how you feel about him. Then you need to ride him like a tilt-o-whirl. — Jaye Wells
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Henry Adams: We shall some day catch an abstract truth by the tail, and then we shall We shall some day catch an abstract truth by the tail, and then we shall have our religion and our immortality. — Henry Adams
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: Is this what mortality means? Is this how I know my body is of the Is this what mortality means? Is this how I know my body is of the sort that can stop, that can feed crabs, that will someday be placed in a box and dropped in a hole? I have a need to stand near the edge, to feel this small risk, to feel my heart beat. If I were not the dying sort, I would be standing closer, beneath the full blow of each breaker. — N.D. Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: It is hard to stay focused with so much swirling around me. God is distracting. It is hard to stay focused with so much swirling around me. God is distracting. He never stops talking, and I can never stop listening. There is a reason we sleep. — N.D. Wilson
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By Christina Lauren: I'm nervous all of a sudden, and I feel just like you're mine only for I'm nervous all of a sudden, and I feel just like you're mine only for these little bits of time. I guess I don't like that as much as I thought I would."
He slid his finger under my chin and tilted my face up so I had to look at him. His mouth pressed against mine, once, before he told me, "I'll be yours every second if that's what you want. You just have to tell me. — Christina Lauren
Tilt A Whirl Sayings By N.D. Wilson: If you knew the meaning of life, would you necessarily like it? If you knew the meaning of life, would you necessarily like it? — N.D. Wilson