Tindwyl's Famous Quotes & Sayings

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22 Tindwyl's Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Tindwyl's Sayings By Gary Renard: The key to enlightenment lies in a secret that very few people have ever known, The key to enlightenment lies in a secret that very few people have ever known, but which Jesus knew well. The way you will experience and feel about yourself is not determined by how other people look at and think about you. — Gary Renard
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Tindwyl's Sayings By Paulo Coelho: In order to avoid external attack, they had also deliberately limited internal growth. They continued In order to avoid external attack, they had also deliberately limited internal growth. They continued going to work, watching television, having children, complaining about the traffic, but these things happened automatically, unaccompanied by any particular emotion, because, after all, everything was under control. — Paulo Coelho
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Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: You just told me you liked me how I am." "I do," Elend said. "But You just told me you liked me how I am." "I do," Elend said. "But I'd like you however you were, Vin. I love you. The question is, how do you like yourself?" That gave her pause. "Clothing doesn't really change a man," Elend said. "But it changes how others react to him. Tindwyl's words. I think ... I think the trick is convincing yourself that you deserve the reactions you get. You can wear the court's dresses, Vin, but make them your own. Don't worry that you aren't giving people what they want. Give them who you are, and let that be enough." He paused, smiling. "It was for me. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: The man was watching the nearby fish tank, which stood beneath a depiction of Tindwyl, The man was watching the nearby fish tank, which stood beneath a depiction of Tindwyl, Mother of Terris, perched on the walls during her last stand against the darkness. In the tank, tiny octopuses moved across the glass. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Melissa Broder: You have enough friends.Do you really want to just be friends? There is nothing worse You have enough friends.

Do you really want to just be friends? There is nothing worse than just being friends with someone you're in love with who isn't in love with you. Actually, being friends with benefits with someone you're in love with who isn't in love with you is worse. But friendship with no benefits is bad too. — Melissa Broder
Tindwyl's Sayings By Dawn French: I watch schlock telly. Like the 'Kardashians.' I love it. It's my guilty pleasure. I watch schlock telly. Like the 'Kardashians.' I love it. It's my guilty pleasure. — Dawn French
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: My apologies, but it is not youe duty to do what the people want."Elend blinked. My apologies, but it is not youe duty to do what the people want."
Elend blinked. "You sound like Tindwyl."
"I have known few people as wise as she, Your Majesty," Sazed said, glancing at her.
"Well, I disagree with both of you," Elend said. "A ruler should only lead by the consent of the people he rules."
"I do not disagree with that, Your Majesty," Sazed said. "Or, at least, I do believe in the theory of it. Regardless, I still do not believe that your duty is to do as the people wish. Your duty is to lead as best you can, following the dictates of your conscience. You must be true, Your Majesty, to the man you wish to become. If that man is not whom the people wish to have lead them, then they will choose somebody else."
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"Trying to guess what people wish of you will only lead to chaos, I think," Sazed said. "You cannot please them all, Elend Venture. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: I trust her, Tindwyl. Part of trust is belief. I trust her, Tindwyl. Part of trust is belief. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Terry McMillan: I became a better person because of the time I spent with him, knowing him. I became a better person because of the time I spent with him, knowing him. I never got a chance to tell him that. — Terry McMillan
Tindwyl's Sayings By Henry Newbolt: The sand of the desert is sodden red, --Red with the wreck of a square The sand of the desert is sodden red, --
Red with the wreck of a square that broke; --
The Gatling's jammed and the Colonel dead,
And the regiment blind with dust and smoke.
The river of death has brimmed his banks,
And England's far, and Honour a name,
But the voice of a schoolboy rallies the ranks:
'Play up! play up! and play the game! — Henry Newbolt
Tindwyl's Sayings By Katie Hafner: The story of the Web starts in 1980, when Berners-Lee, a young consulting physicist at The story of the Web starts in 1980, when Berners-Lee, a young consulting physicist at the CERN physics laboratory near Geneva, grew frustrated with existing methods for finding and transferring information. — Katie Hafner
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Vin isn't ... like other women." Tindwyl raised an eyebrow, her voice softening slightly. "I Vin isn't ... like other women."
Tindwyl raised an eyebrow, her voice softening slightly.
"I think that the more women you come to know, Your Majesty, the more you'll find that statement applies to all of them. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Aino Kallas: And this spirit was the Diabolus sylvarum, the spirit of the forest and the wolves, And this spirit was the Diabolus sylvarum, the spirit of the forest and the wolves, whose home is in the marshes and the wilds, a spirit doughty and fearless, a spirit strong and free, yet also a furious one and a violent, beyond all understanding, winged like the storm-wind and burning as the heart of the world, but enslaved in the chains of Darkness. — Aino Kallas
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Good men can make terrible kings,' Tindwyl noted.'But bad men cannot make good kings.' Sazed Good men can make terrible kings,' Tindwyl noted.
'But bad men cannot make good kings.' Sazed said. 'It is better to start with a good man and work on the rest, I think. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: If you perpetuate the dreams of the past, you stifle your own dreams of the If you perpetuate the dreams of the past, you stifle your own dreams of the future. — Brandon Sanderson
Tindwyl's Sayings By Robert Fanney: If Christ taught us anything it is this not to let our fear of death If Christ taught us anything it is this
not to let our fear of death keep us from doing the good thing. — Robert Fanney
Tindwyl's Sayings By Stephen Davis: All the world's a stage," is a metaphor comparing the whole world to a theater All the world's a stage," is a metaphor comparing the whole world to a theater stage. — Stephen Davis
Tindwyl's Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: I do not believe in eternal progress, that we are growing on ever and ever I do not believe in eternal progress, that we are growing on ever and ever in a straight line. It is too nonsensical to believe. There is no motion in a straight line. A straight line infinitely projected becomes a circle. The force sent out will complete the circle and return to its starting place. — Swami Vivekananda
Tindwyl's Sayings By Danielle Steel: I never wanted to settle for 'good enough.' I wanted 'great' or nothing. I never wanted to settle for 'good enough.' I wanted 'great' or nothing. — Danielle Steel
Tindwyl's Sayings By Adolf Hitler: The task of preserving and advancing the highest humanity, given to this earth by the The task of preserving and advancing the highest humanity, given to this earth by the benevolence of the Almighty, seems a truly high mission. — Adolf Hitler
Tindwyl's Sayings By Hugh Black: Attention to detail is the secret of success in every sphere of life, and little Attention to detail is the secret of success in every sphere of life, and little kindnesses, little acts of consideration, little appreciations, little confidences, ... they are all that are needed to keep the friendship sweet. — Hugh Black
Tindwyl's Sayings By Ambrose Bierce: Homo Creator's testimony to the sound construction and fine finish of Deus Creatus. A popular Homo Creator's testimony to the sound construction and fine finish of Deus Creatus. A popular form of abjection, having an element of pride. — Ambrose Bierce