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Try To Do Better Sayings By Benedict Cumberbatch: I try to work hard. I'm really proud of what I get to do as I try to work hard. I'm really proud of what I get to do as a living. I still pinch myself. But I also know it's a craft, and I can get better at it and learn every time I do it. So I try to work hard no matter what the task is. — Benedict Cumberbatch
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Try To Do Better Sayings By David Levithan: This is my game within our game - to try to come up with the This is my game within our game - to try to come up with the scenario in which it would work out better. Maybe if I met him now. Maybe if I met him in college. After college. Once he's comfortable with who he is. But every time I do this, I feel awful. Because I'm sacrificing our history. I don't love him for who he is now. I wouldn't love him for who he is two years from now. I love him for all the hims he's already been with me. I guess that's the contradiction. I want a fresh start. I would fight for that fresh start. But I also want it to be a continuation. — David Levithan
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Try To Do Better Sayings By J.D. Robb: Peabody, with me."She waited until they were back in her office. "Don't hover over McNab Peabody, with me."
She waited until they were back in her office. "Don't hover over McNab like that."
"Sir?"
"You hover over him, you're going to make him think you're worried."
"I am worried. The twenty-four-"
"Worry all you want, dump on me if you need to. But don't let him see it. He's starting to fray, and he's trying hard not to show it. You try just as hard not to show it. If you need to vent, go out there on the kitchen terrace. Scream your lungs out."
"Is that what you do?"
"Sometimes. Sometimes I kick inanimate objects. Sometimes I jump Roarke and have jungle sex. The last," she said after a beat, "is not an option for you."
"But I think it would really make me feel better, and be a more productive member of the investigative team."
"Good, humor is good. Get me coffee. — J.D. Robb
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Christopher J. Nolan: EAMES: Try this... "MY FATHER ACCEPTS THAT I WANT TO CREATE FOR MYSELF, NOT FOLLOW EAMES: Try this... "MY FATHER ACCEPTS THAT I WANT TO CREATE FOR MYSELF, NOT FOLLOW IN HIS FOOTSTEPS."
COBB: That might work.
ARTHUR: Might? We'll have to do better than that.
EAMES: Thanks for the contribution, Arthur.
ARTHUR: Forgive me for wanting a little specificity, Eames. — Christopher J. Nolan
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Anne Frank: yet religion itself, any religion, keeps a person on the right path. Not the fear yet religion itself, any religion, keeps a person on the right path. Not the fear of God, but upholding your own sense of honour and obeying your own conscience. How noble and good everyone could be if, at the end of each day, they were to review their own behaviour and weigh up the rights and wrongs. They would automatically try to do better at the start of each new day and, after a while, would certainly accomplish a great deal. Everyone is welcome to this prescription; it costs nothing and is definitely useful. Those who don't know will have to find out by experience that 'a quiet conscience gives you strength'! — Anne Frank
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Marilynne Robinson: I don't write the way I speak. I'm afraid you would think I didn't know I don't write the way I speak. I'm afraid you would think I didn't know any better. I don't write the way I do for the pulpit, either, insofar as I can help it. That would be ridiculous, in the circumstances. I do try to write the way I think. But of course that all changes as soon as I put it into words. And the more it does seem to be my thinking, the more pulpitish it sounds, which I guess is inevitable. I will resist that inflection, nevertheless. — Marilynne Robinson
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Try To Do Better Sayings By J. California Cooper: So everybody who talks about homosexuals as a damnation better look in a mirror and So everybody who talks about homosexuals as a damnation better look in a mirror and try to heal their own selves. Who they call homosexuals do, at least, act out of their love. That's better than the hate a whole lot of people act out of. — J. California Cooper
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Mikky Ekko: When I started that's how I wrote because I didn't know any better. I was When I started that's how I wrote because I didn't know any better. I was just like "I want to make music." Then there were all these things that I learned to get myself over certain humps, but I think it just comes down to: do I have something to say or not? If I'm feeling something I should try to get that out, and maybe it's not words, but trying to turn it into something. — Mikky Ekko
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Benjamin Carson: Always give your best and try to figure out how to do an even better Always give your best and try to figure out how to do an even better job. — Benjamin Carson
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Bernie Sanders: I am going to do my best to try to create a country in which I am going to do my best to try to create a country in which children are not living in poverty, in which kids can go to college, in which old people have health care. Will I succeed? I can't guarantee you that, but I can tell you that from a human point of view it is better to show up than to give up. — Bernie Sanders
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Raekwon: The better you get, the more your legacy shines. I always just try to go The better you get, the more your legacy shines. I always just try to go hard. If you don't want do it for real, don't do it at all. — Raekwon
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Jonathan Franzen: Can a better kind of fiction save the world? There's always some tiny hope (strange Can a better kind of fiction save the world? There's always some tiny hope (strange things do happen), but the answer is almost certainly no, it can't. There is some reasonable chance, however, that it could save your soul. If you're unhappy about the hatred that's been unleashed in your heart, you might try imagining what it's like to be the person who hates you; you might consider the possibility that you are, in fact, the Evil One yourself. — Jonathan Franzen
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Kate White: I'm very pleased to be offered the job. I would love to work here, and I'm very pleased to be offered the job. I would love to work here, and I think I have a lot of to contribute. But I was hoping for $60,000." (That number allows him to find something in the middle that could still make you happy.) Then sit there with your lips tightly zipped. There's a more-than-decent chance that the person will make a counteroffer. If he says, "I can do that," great. If he offers $53,000, give it one more try. Say, "Is there any chance you can do a bit better?" He may say he'll have to get back to you. Remind him you'd love the job and tough it out (a frozen margarita that night can help!). When he comes back with $55,000 the next day, it will all be worth it. And if they insist you name a number? Be both realistic but generous to yourself, and add that you're open to discussion. — Kate White
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Bo Lozoff: If I am practicing spiritual poverty, which says that I own nothing, then the problems If I am practicing spiritual poverty, which says that I own nothing, then the problems aren't mine and neither are the energy and compassion pouring through my heart to try to solve them. I am just a link in the process. If I don't take anything personally, then I can do great work without flagging. The Dalai Lama once said, 'Try with all your might - to work very, very hard - to make the world a better place, and if all your efforts are to no avail ... no hard feelings!' — Bo Lozoff
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: We fuck up. Over and over. And we get back up and try to do We fuck up. Over and over. And we get back up and try to do better. That's all any of us do. — Karen Marie Moning
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Darryl Dawkins: You gotta try something people ain't seen before, and you gotta go to the gym You gotta try something people ain't seen before, and you gotta go to the gym and work on your dunks. In a slam dunk competition, don't show up with three dunks. You got to have eight or nine dunks because if you get into the finals and two guys may do the same dunk or one guy does the dunk better than the other. — Darryl Dawkins
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Leo Babauta: We're so caught up in trying to do everything, experience all the essential things, not We're so caught up in trying to do everything, experience all the essential things, not miss out on anything important ... We can't read all the good books, watch all the good films, go to all the best cities in the world, try all the best restaurants, meet all the great people ... Life is better when we don't try to do everything. Learn to enjoy the slice of life you experience, and life turns out to be wonderful. — Leo Babauta
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Jon Bernthal: The goal is just to try to get better and better, and the only way The goal is just to try to get better and better, and the only way that makes sense to do that is to work with the best people. Surround yourself with the best artists and learn from them, and try to sink your teeth into the best material possible. — Jon Bernthal
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Benjamin Graham: it's worth repeating that for most investors, selecting individual stocks is unnecessary - if not it's worth repeating that for most investors, selecting individual stocks is unnecessary - if not inadvisable. The fact that most professionals do a poor job of stock picking does not mean that most amateurs can do better. The vast majority of people who try to pick stocks learn that they are not as good at it as they thought; the luckiest ones discover this early on, while the less fortunate take years to learn it. A small percentage of investors can excel at picking their own stocks. Everyone else would be better off getting help, ideally through an index fund. — Benjamin Graham
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Swami Vivekananda: Blame neither man, nor God, nor anyone in the world. When you find yourselves suffering, Blame neither man, nor God, nor anyone in the world. When you find yourselves suffering, blame yourselves, and try to do better. — Swami Vivekananda
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Brett Favre: I'd like to think, eight years ago, I was pretty humble and modest. But I I'd like to think, eight years ago, I was pretty humble and modest. But I think, with each year, you get more modest, more humble, more appreciative. The off the field tragedies put things in better perspective, but life happens to everybody, and I think we all just try to do the best we can. — Brett Favre
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Alice Schroeder: Stocks are the things to own over time. Productivity will increase and stocks will increase Stocks are the things to own over time. Productivity will increase and stocks will increase with it. There are only a few things you can do wrong. One is to buy or sell at the wrong time. Paying high fees is the other way to get killed. The best way to avoid both of these is to buy a low-cost index fund, and buy it over time. Be greedy when others are fearful, and fearful when others are greedy, but don't think you can outsmart the market. If a cross-section of American industry is going to do well over time, then why try to pick the little beauties and think you can do better? Very few people should be active investors. — Alice Schroeder
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Franklin Veaux: We know we're expecting a great deal of courage by suggesting that you start exploring We know we're expecting a great deal of courage by suggesting that you start exploring polyamory without relying on rules to feel safe. It does seem that the secret to healthy, dynamic relationships keeps coming back to courage. Forget training wheels. Forget trying to figure the right rules that will keep you safe forever ; there is no safe forever. Instead, go into the world seeking to threat others with compassion whenever you touch them. Try to leave people better than when you found them. Communicate your needs. Understand and advocate for you boundaries. And look for other people who will do the same. Trust them when they say they love you; where communication and compassion exist, you don't need rules to keep you safe. We don't learn how to be compassionate by disenfranchising other people; we learn how to be compassionate by practicing compassion. — Franklin Veaux
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Jim Henson: I've always tried to present a positive view of the world in my work. It's I've always tried to present a positive view of the world in my work. It's so much easier to be negative and cynical and predict doom for the world than it is to try and figure out how to make things better. We have an obligation to do the latter. — Jim Henson
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Try To Do Better Sayings By P.M. Hubbard: I did not try to keep her. I do not think I even wanted to. I did not try to keep her. I do not think I even wanted to. Between us, for the moment, there was nothing more to be said. I wanted above all to be alone and think things over. When she was ready to go, she said, "Better give me the gun. You won't want it on the journey, and if there is a check, I can manage it better than you can. But unloaded, please." I did not ask her how she would manage. I found I trusted her completely in things like that, and my own recent record did not inspire much confidence in the matter of keeping my weaponry out of enemy hands. — P.M. Hubbard
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Ben Carson: When the Vietnamese came to the United States they often faced prejudice from everyone - When the Vietnamese came to the United States they often faced prejudice from everyone - White, Black, and Hispanics. But they didn't beg for handouts and often took the lowest jobs offered. Even well-educated individuals didn't mind sweeping floors if it was a paying job. Today many of these same Vietnamese are property owners and entrepreneurs. That's the message I try to get across to the young people. The same opportunities are there, but we can't start out as vice president of the company. Even if we landed such a position, it wouldn't do us any good anyway because we wouldn't know how to do our work. It's better to start where we can fit in and then work our way up. — Ben Carson
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Try To Do Better Sayings By Chris Cornell: If you are trying to think ahead musically, it is not going to help you. If you are trying to think ahead musically, it is not going to help you. It is better to ignore what is happening melodically and just look at the little dots coming at you and the corresponding colors and try to do it at the right time. — Chris Cornell
Try To Do Better Sayings By Henry Cloud: Setting limits has to do with telling the truth. The Bible clearly distinguishes between those Setting limits has to do with telling the truth. The Bible clearly distinguishes between those who love truth and those who don't. First, there is the person who welcomes your boundaries. Who accepts them. Who listens to them. Who says, "I'm glad you have a separate opinion. It makes me a better person." This person is called wise, or righteous. The second type hates limits. Resents your difference. Tries to manipulate you into giving up your treasures. Try our "litmus test" experiment with your significant relationships. Tell them no in some area. You'll either come out with increased intimacy - or learn that there was very little to begin with. — Henry Cloud
Try To Do Better Sayings By Peter Menzel: Do something you like that you feel is important. Don't worry about making money at Do something you like that you feel is important. Don't worry about making money at it right away. If you try hard and long enough you will figure out a way to do it. Better to die happy than die rich. — Peter Menzel
Try To Do Better Sayings By William Faulkner: Ninety-nine percent talent ... ninety-nine percent discipline ... ninety-nine percent work. He must never be Ninety-nine percent talent ... ninety-nine percent discipline ... ninety-nine percent work. He must never be satisfied with what he does. It is never as good as it can be done. Always dream and shoot higher than you know you can do. Don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself. An artist is a creature driven by demons. He doesn't know why they choose him and he's usually too busy to wonder why. He is completely amoral in that he will rob, borrow, beg, or steal from anybody and everybody to get the work done. — William Faulkner
Try To Do Better Sayings By Dan Jansen: You, and you alone, are the person who should take the measure of your own You, and you alone, are the person who should take the measure of your own success ... I do not try to be better than anyone else. I only try to be better than myself. — Dan Jansen
Try To Do Better Sayings By Lewis Carroll: I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get I should see the garden far better," said Alice to herself, "if I could get to the top of that hill: and here's a path that leads straight to it - at least, no it doesn't do that - " (after going a few yards along the path, and turning several sharp corners), "but I suppose it will at last. But how curiously it twists! It's more like a corkscrew than a path! Well, this turn goes to the hill, I suppose - no, it doesn't! This goes straight back to the house! Well then, I'll try it the other way." And so she did: wandering up and down, and trying turn after turn, but always coming back to the house, do what she would. Indeed, once, when she turned a corner rather more quickly than usual, she ran against it before she could stop herself. — Lewis Carroll
Try To Do Better Sayings By Kytka Hilmar-Jezek: Experts tend to be busy and hyper organized. They want to help you, but the Experts tend to be busy and hyper organized. They want to help you, but the easier you make it for them, the better. They most likely do not have time to read your entire book or try out your 12 hour course, so summarize and highlight the strong points for them. Give them specific guidelines to make it very easy on their part. — Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
Try To Do Better Sayings By Constantine P. Cavafy: I'll go to another country, go to another shore,find another city better than this one.Whatever I'll go to another country, go to another shore,
find another city better than this one.
Whatever I try to do is fated to turn out wrong
and my heart -like something dead- lies buried.
How long can I let my mind moulder in this place?
Wherever I turn, wherever I look,
I see the black ruins of my life, here,
where I've spent so many years, wasted them, destroyed them totally.
You won't find a new country, won't find another shore.
This city will always pursue you.
You'll walk the same streets, grow old
in the same neighbourhoods, turn grey in these same houses.
You'll always end up in this city. Don't hope for things elsewhere:
there's no ship for you, there's no road.
Now that you've wasted your life here, in this small corner,
you've destroyed it everywhere in the world. — Constantine P. Cavafy
Try To Do Better Sayings By James Arthur: Start listening to what you say. Are your comments and ideas negative? You aren't going Start listening to what you say. Are your comments and ideas negative? You aren't going become positive if you always say negative things. Do you hear yourself say"I could never do that","I never have any luck","I never get things right". Wow - that's negative self-talk! Try saying"I am going to do that","I am so lucky""I always try to get things right". Can you hear how much better that sounds? — James Arthur
Try To Do Better Sayings By Shaquille O'Neal: We're just going to come out and play. We know that we're supposed to win We're just going to come out and play. We know that we're supposed to win all the games, but if we don't, we just have to take the next game and focus on what we did wrong in the game before and just try to do better at the next game. — Shaquille O'Neal
Try To Do Better Sayings By Richard Adams: How do they find out with the experiments?'' ... one way they can find out How do they find out with the experiments?'
' ... one way they can find out a whole lot is to make an animal ill and then try different ways to make it better until they find one that works.'
'But isn't that unkind to the animal?'
'Well, I suppose it is ... but I mean, there isn't a dad anywhere who would hesitate, is there, if he knew it was going to make [his child] better? It's changed the whole world during the last hundred years, and that's no exaggeration. — Richard Adams
Try To Do Better Sayings By Charise Mericle Harper: My power is that I can always tell when someone is unhappy, even if that My power is that I can always tell when someone is unhappy, even if that person is pretending to be happy and is a really good actor. The bad thing about my power is that I always try to do something to make the sad person feel better - even if I should probably leave it alone and not do anything at all. Dad says that feeling people's sadness is called empathy and it's a superpower because of the "having to do something to help them feel better" part. A superhero has to help people in trouble. She can't just change into a regular I'm-not-going-to-do-anything-to help-someone-else type of person even if she wanted to. — Charise Mericle Harper
Try To Do Better Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: My father was a drill sergeant, and I've always had that mentality drilled into me My father was a drill sergeant, and I've always had that mentality drilled into me of 'you've got to do better, you've got to do better.' I just try to listen to the characters. That's what works for me. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Try To Do Better Sayings By Zach Braff: I definitely try to play a common man in my roles so people can identify I definitely try to play a common man in my roles so people can identify with my characters, but the truth of the matter is that it doesn't really matter what I do or my lines are, I'm still Zach Braff, and people know I'm better than them. — Zach Braff
Try To Do Better Sayings By Anne Lamott: P 264: Elizabeth talking to Rosie re Sharon leavingTry to be a good sport, baby. P 264: Elizabeth talking to Rosie re Sharon leaving
Try to be a good sport, baby. Sharon feels as bad as you do. It's all right for you to be mad, but ... try to be as good a sport as you can. I'll tell you. It's a run-of-the-mill shitty thing. Life is full of them. And it is ALWAYS feels better to be kind. — Anne Lamott
Try To Do Better Sayings By Jay McInerney: I'd urge you to try German Riesling because it's delicious, but I fear you'll be I'd urge you to try German Riesling because it's delicious, but I fear you'll be more impressed if I tell you it's cutting-edge. That, after all, is what we want to know
what's now and happening. (Do you really think clunky square-toed shoes make your feet look better than those with slimming, tapered toes? You just wear them because that's what fashion dictates, you slut.) — Jay McInerney
Try To Do Better Sayings By Jesse Ball: You live your life, you try to live compassionately, and that's the end of it. You live your life, you try to live compassionately, and that's the end of it. You do a little more than you should have to in order to be a good person, but you don't go making big changes in the world, trying to fix things. It presumes too much to do so. There's only this: if everyone acts quietly, compassionately, things will go a little better than they would have otherwise. But people will still suffer. — Jesse Ball
Try To Do Better Sayings By Oddny Eir: Next I want to try living apart together, live in the same country, the same Next I want to try living apart together, live in the same country, the same city, even the same building as whomever I'm in a relationship with, yet in a different apartment than him. Then it would be possible to pay him visits and still invite good friends over to my place. Do you think you have that it takes to maintain such a French arrangement? he asked. Well, no, probably not...but then again...? Maybe it would be better in the long run to stay in a more lasting relationship and not need to move so often. — Oddny Eir
Try To Do Better Sayings By Gavin De Becker: (On a personal note, even though I have a professional interest in hazard and risk, (On a personal note, even though I have a professional interest in hazard and risk, I never watch the local television news and haven't for years. Try this and you'll likely find better things to do before going to sleep than looking at thirty minutes of disturbing images presented with artificial urgency and the usually false implication that it's critical for you to see it.) — Gavin De Becker
Try To Do Better Sayings By Christian D. Larson: Never try to compel others to change; leave them free to change naturally and orderly Never try to compel others to change; leave them free to change naturally and orderly because they want to; and they will want to when they find that your change was worthwhile. To inspire in others a desire to chance for the better is truly noble; but this you can do only by leaving them alone, and becoming more noble yourself. — Christian D. Larson
Try To Do Better Sayings By Arthur Herman: A society that could finally feed everyone, not just a chosen few; that could relieve A society that could finally feed everyone, not just a chosen few; that could relieve the poverty and misery of even the weakest and least productive of its members; that recognized the sovereignty of the individual and his rights, and agreed to leave him alone to pursue his own ends; that put a premium on treating others with kindness and deference rather than disdain and exploitation; and, finally, that a society that recognized that it was better to do business with other nations than to try to conquer them, was not one on the verge of tyranny, but just the opposite. These were the conditions of modern liberty. — Arthur Herman
Try To Do Better Sayings By Patricia Velasquez: I do hot yoga. I try to keep one hour a day where I have I do hot yoga. I try to keep one hour a day where I have space to reflect and meditate and take care of me and what is going on inside. This way, I can be a better person to be around. — Patricia Velasquez
Try To Do Better Sayings By Joan Didion: I'm not telling you to make the world better, because I don't think that progress I'm not telling you to make the world better, because I don't think that progress is necessarily part of the package. I'm just telling you to live in it. Not just to endure it, not just to suffer it, not just to pass through it, but to live in it. To look at it. To try to get the picture. To live recklessly. To take chances. To make your own work and take pride in it. To seize the moment. And if you ask me why you should bother to do that, I could tell you that the grave's a fine and private place, but none I think do there embrace. Nor do they sing there, or write, or argue, or see the tidal bore on the Amazon, or touch their children. And that's what there is to do and get it while you can and good luck at it. — Joan Didion
Try To Do Better Sayings By Hugh Jackman: It's absolutely physically demanding to play the role of Wolverine. There's a lot of action, It's absolutely physically demanding to play the role of Wolverine. There's a lot of action, and I try to do as much of it as I can because it's better for the audience. — Hugh Jackman
Try To Do Better Sayings By Amy Poehler: Now that I am older, I am rounder and softer, which isn't always a bad Now that I am older, I am rounder and softer, which isn't always a bad thing. I remember fewer names so I try to focus on someone's eyes instead. Sex is better and I'm better at it. I don't miss the frustration of youth, the anticipation of love and pain, the paralysis of choices still ahead. The pressure of "What are you going to do?" makes everybody feel like they haven't done anything yet. Young people can remind us to take chances and be angry and stop our patterns. Old people can remind us to laugh more and get focused and make friends with our patterns. Young and old need to relax in the moment and live where they are. Be Here Now, — Amy Poehler
Try To Do Better Sayings By Natasha Trethewey: It's so necessary to try and record the cultural memory of people. To set it It's so necessary to try and record the cultural memory of people. To set it down for generations to come. To better understand where we are headed. The problem is, a good portion of what we choose to remember is about willed forgetting. Which we all do, I believe, to protect ourselves from what is too difficult. — Natasha Trethewey
Try To Do Better Sayings By Hope Jahren: That whole summer in Colorado was a data-gathering bust, but it taught me the most That whole summer in Colorado was a data-gathering bust, but it taught me the most important thing I know about science: that experiments are not about getting the world to do what you want it to do. While tending to my wounds that fall, I shaped a new and better goal out of the debris of the disaster. I would study plants in a new way - not from the outside, but from the inside. I would figure out why they did what they did and try to understand their logic, which must serve me better than simply defaulting to my own, I decided. Every — Hope Jahren
Try To Do Better Sayings By Stieg Larsson: There was a whole army of people who seemed not to have anything better to There was a whole army of people who seemed not to have anything better to do than to try to disrupt her life, and , if they were given the opportunity, to correct the way she had chosen to live it. — Stieg Larsson
Try To Do Better Sayings By Bonnie Jo Campbell: Nobody tells young writers it's okay if you're not very good, you'll get better. So Nobody tells young writers it's okay if you're not very good, you'll get better. So I just thought I'm not very good, so I should try to do every other thing besides writing. That's how I ended up being a hitchhiker, a world traveler, and a mathematician. — Bonnie Jo Campbell
Try To Do Better Sayings By Jose Saramago: I write to try to understand, and because I have nothing better to do. I write to try to understand, and because I have nothing better to do. — Jose Saramago
Try To Do Better Sayings By William J. Clinton: In the budget I will present to you, we will try to do more to In the budget I will present to you, we will try to do more to speed the deportation of illegal aliens who are arrested for crimes, to better identify illegal aliens in the workplace as recommended by the commission headed by former congresswoman Barbara Jordan. We are a nation of immigrants, but we are also a nation of laws. It is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit the kind of abuse of our immigration laws we have seen in recent years, and we must do more to stop it. — William J. Clinton
Try To Do Better Sayings By Diane Frolov: Let's not kid ourselves. Whatever we diagnose, most patients, if they don't die, get well Let's not kid ourselves. Whatever we diagnose, most patients, if they don't die, get well by themselves. Our job is mainly to try to make them feel better; do no harm. — Diane Frolov
Try To Do Better Sayings By Paul R. Ehrlich: There's all of this stuff where we have so much debate over nonsense; it could There's all of this stuff where we have so much debate over nonsense; it could be cured if we had a better educational system, if we trained people to really try and look into things on their own. That's a tough thing to do, particularly with the educational system staggering. — Paul R. Ehrlich
Try To Do Better Sayings By Cindi Madsen: The past is done, and we can't change it. All we can do is try The past is done, and we can't change it. All we can do is try to be better. What really matters is who you are now. — Cindi Madsen
Try To Do Better Sayings By Bob Seger: You're not going to hear me do a rap song, you're not going to hear You're not going to hear me do a rap song, you're not going to hear me do a jazz song. We have to be true to our roots, do what we do, and try to do it a little better each time. — Bob Seger
Try To Do Better Sayings By Tyler Knott Gregson: I promise youI will try harder to be better. Ihave battled with thingsinside mefor longer I promise you
I will try harder
to be better.
I
have battled with things
inside me
for longer than you know;
I do not know
what they are
or why they are there,
I only know
that they feel
manageable,
defeatable,
when I
am around
You. — Tyler Knott Gregson
Try To Do Better Sayings By Andre Dubus: But the writer who endures and keeps working will finally know that writing the book But the writer who endures and keeps working will finally know that writing the book was something hard and glorious, for at the desk a writer must try to be free of prejudice, meanness of spirit, pettiness, and hatred; strive to be a better human being than the writer normally is, and to do this through concentration on a single word, and then another, and another. This is splendid work, as worthy and demanding as any, and the will and resilience to do it are good for the writer's soul. — Andre Dubus
Try To Do Better Sayings By Brett Dier: Every year I try and challenge myself more and more, whether it be acting or Every year I try and challenge myself more and more, whether it be acting or everything I do. I just want to try and be better than the year before. — Brett Dier
Try To Do Better Sayings By Lionel Wigram: You always think you can do better. No question about that. In a way, you You always think you can do better. No question about that. In a way, you want to try and do every aspect better. — Lionel Wigram
Try To Do Better Sayings By Colin O'Donoghue: How do you try to play 'Captain Hook' better than, or as well as, Dustin How do you try to play 'Captain Hook' better than, or as well as, Dustin Hoffman? You can't. It's perfection. — Colin O'Donoghue
Try To Do Better Sayings By Mindy Kaling: I'm a role model now ... I want to be a better person because I I'm a role model now ... I want to be a better person because I don't want to disappoint those girls. I stop and think about my actions more. I tip great, I try not to swear too much, and I remember to thank people and be grateful. And all that stuff I do to appear' better has actually made me a better person. I wish I had always acted like I was a little bit famous. — Mindy Kaling
Try To Do Better Sayings By Yoshie Minami: Shinobi from the first have been utilized by generals since ancient times with a great Shinobi from the first have been utilized by generals since ancient times with a great emphasis. It is the case that one man and his strategy can destroy tens of thousand of enemies, attain virtue and achievements, or make his way where there is no path. Even if you try to block these men with an iron gate, they can outwit you in such a skilled way, as if guided by a divine power. None could do better than them. — Yoshie Minami
Try To Do Better Sayings By Winston S. Churchill: In war and policy one should always try to put oneself in the position of In war and policy one should always try to put oneself in the position of what Bismarck called "the Other Man". The more fully and sympathetically a Minister can do this the better are his chances of being right. The more knowledge he possesses of the opposite point of view, the less puzzling it is to know what to do. But imagination without deep and full knowledge is a snare, — Winston S. Churchill
Try To Do Better Sayings By Stephen R. Covey: If I try to use human influence strategies and tactics of how to get other If I try to use human influence strategies and tactics of how to get other people to do what I want, to work better, to be more motivated, to like me and each other - while my character is fundamentally flawed, marked by duplicity and insincerity - then, in the long run, I cannot be successful. My duplicity will breed distrust, and everything I do - even using so-called good human relations techniques - will be perceived as manipulative. It simply makes no difference how good the rhetoric is or even how good the intentions are; if there is little or no trust, there is no foundation for permanent success. Only basic goodness gives life to technique. — Stephen R. Covey
Try To Do Better Sayings By Mary Stewart: But the Easter sacrifice in their own homes - well, think it over. I used But the Easter sacrifice in their own homes - well, think it over. I used to think the same as you, and I still hate to see the lambs and calves going home to their deaths on Good Friday. But isn't it a million times better than the way we do it at home, however 'humane' we try to be? Here, the lamb's petted, unsuspicious, happy - you see it trotting along with the children like a little dog. Till the knife's in its throat, it has no idea it's going to die. Isn't that better than those dreadful lorries at home, packed full of animals, lumbering on Mondays and Thursdays to the slaughterhouses, where, be as humane as you like, they can smell the blood and the fear, and have to wait their turn in a place just reeking of death? — Mary Stewart
Try To Do Better Sayings By Charles Bukowski: If you're going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don't even start. This could If you're going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don't even start. This could mean losing girlfriends, wives, relatives and maybe even your mind. It could mean not eating for three or four days. It could mean freezing on a park bench. It could mean jail. It could mean derision. It could mean mockery
isolation. Isolation is the gift. All the others are a test of your endurance, of how much you really want to do it. And, you'll do it, despite rejection and the worst odds. And it will be better than anything else you can imagine. If you're going to try, go all the way. There is no other feeling like that. You will be alone with the gods, and the nights will flame with fire. You will ride life straight to perfect laughter. It's the only good fight there is. — Charles Bukowski
Try To Do Better Sayings By R.J. Palacio: but what I want you, my students, to take away from your middle-school experience," he but what I want you, my students, to take away from your middle-school experience," he continued, "is the sure knowledge that, in the future you make for yourselves, anything is possible. If every single person in this room made it a rule that wherever you are, whenever you can, you will try to act a little kinder than is necessary - the world really would be a better place. And if you do this, if you act just a little kinder than is necessary, someone else, somewhere, someday, may recognize in you, in every single one of you, the face of God." He — R.J. Palacio
Try To Do Better Sayings By Kate Forsyth: I also know that not everyone will like what I do, and that there are I also know that not everyone will like what I do, and that there are many people who do love my work, and so I write for them, and for my own pleasure, and try not to brood too much over those who have different tastes. And I have written enough books now that I know the self-doubt and the anxiety are part of the creative process, and drive me to keep trying to do better, and keep me from becoming too cocksure about my writing, which is a form of creative death. — Kate Forsyth
Try To Do Better Sayings By Harlan Coben: Win took another putt. Another make. "We're not the same, you and I. We both Win took another putt. Another make. "We're not the same, you and I. We both know that. But it's okay." "It's not okay." "Yes, it is. If we were the same it wouldn't work. We'd both be dead by now. Or insane. We balance each other. It's why you're my best friend. It's why I love you." Silence. "Don't do it again," Myron said. Win did not reply. He lined up another putt. "Did you hear me?" "It's time to move on," Win said. "This incident is in the past. You know better than to try to control the future." More silence. Win sank another putt. — Harlan Coben
Try To Do Better Sayings By R.J. Palacio: If every person in this room made it a rule that wherever you are, whenever If every person in this room made it a rule that wherever you are, whenever you can, you will try to act a little kinder than is necessary - the world really would be a better place. And if you do this, if you act just a little kinder than is necessary, someone else, somewhere, someday, may recognize in you, in every single one of you, the face of God. — R.J. Palacio
Try To Do Better Sayings By Colin Hay: Sometimes there's a general arc that you want to try and get better the longer Sometimes there's a general arc that you want to try and get better the longer you do something. — Colin Hay
Try To Do Better Sayings By John Gerzema: The worst thing you can do is try to manipulate or control perceptions. It's impossible, The worst thing you can do is try to manipulate or control perceptions. It's impossible, and when you are found out the result is disastrous. Better to be transparent and play well with others so that when bad things happen you have a reservoir of good will to bank on. — John Gerzema
Try To Do Better Sayings By Rohvannyn Shaw: Next time you try to do something and fail, and it really was partly in Next time you try to do something and fail, and it really was partly in your control, be honest about
why you failed--but also, what you can do better in the future. It's easy to see that blaming
circumstance robs you of opportunities to learn. — Rohvannyn Shaw
Try To Do Better Sayings By Sherilyn Fenn: I don't go to parties and all that. I don't think being seen or being I don't go to parties and all that. I don't think being seen or being in the right place is going to make me a better actress. I care about my work and try to do what's right in my heart. — Sherilyn Fenn
Try To Do Better Sayings By Patricia Cornwell: If everybody, every day, would try to do one thing that pulls them beyond themselves If everybody, every day, would try to do one thing that pulls them beyond themselves the world will start being a better place. — Patricia Cornwell
Try To Do Better Sayings By Torquil Campbell: We haven't really changed, we've just gotten better at executing what we've always been trying We haven't really changed, we've just gotten better at executing what we've always been trying to do. We're not really a band that has undergone huge stylistic decisions to change, we're just trying to follow the song. More and more, we let the song lead us - we don't try and put the song into a structure of our taste or our fashion. — Torquil Campbell
Try To Do Better Sayings By Judy Frankel: I'm going to be a model of fearlessness. And when people spew fear, I'm going I'm going to be a model of fearlessness. And when people spew fear, I'm going to stand with an invisible shield around me and let their comments zing off my shield, and I will say to myself 'not in my world!' because in my world, people do take risks, and people do try to make things better and they never say die! — Judy Frankel
Try To Do Better Sayings By Steve C. Roberts: Christians want to whine to everyone under the sun about their problems, instead of actually Christians want to whine to everyone under the sun about their problems, instead of actually going to the only one who not only cares, but can actually do something about their problems. Next time you are sick, broken hearted or having problems, before you call your friends, post it on Facebook, or tell your pet fish, try going to God with it, and see how much better that works for you. — Steve C. Roberts
Try To Do Better Sayings By Alex Morgan: I'd like to see you try to have my job. Around here I'm more connected I'd like to see you try to have my job. Around here I'm more connected than a Kennedy. As for our animals, there is no rapin' involved, they are more than willing, just ask your "girlfriend." She is probably gettin' a little animal lovin', and it's probably better than you, which is why she isn't answering your calls. Also, we aren't hillbillies, we are rednecks. Don't you have a map fucktard, no mountains in this part of the state, but you bring your ass down here, and I'll do you a solid. I'll introduce you to the fuckin' bubba-brigade. Have a good night, and if Mhisery ever rolls off the animal she is on, I'll tell her you called. — Alex Morgan
Try To Do Better Sayings By Chuck Yeager: What good does it do to be afraid? It doesn't help anything. You better try What good does it do to be afraid? It doesn't help anything. You better try and figure out what's happening and correct it. — Chuck Yeager
Try To Do Better Sayings By Courtney Maum: And there were times when I wanted to go off and leave, to find something And there were times when I wanted to go off and leave, to find something better. But you know what? It doesn't get better. If you really love her, if you really, really love her, it won't get any better than this. But just try to remember that you do love her, you know, because it gets so easy to forget. — Courtney Maum
Try To Do Better Sayings By Will Oldham: I don't usually read reviews. I usually read the interviews, just because I figure it's I don't usually read reviews. I usually read the interviews, just because I figure it's a good way to try to do them better if I ever have to do them again. — Will Oldham
Try To Do Better Sayings By Irene Hannon: God doesn't expect perfection. All he asks is that we learn from our mistakes and God doesn't expect perfection. All he asks is that we learn from our mistakes and try to do better in the future. He forgives us far more easily than we often forgive ourselves. He also heals the brokenhearted and saves those whose spirit is crushed. — Irene Hannon
Try To Do Better Sayings By Rob Bell: Selling your house, giving away possessions, working multiple jobs for a period of time, going Selling your house, giving away possessions, working multiple jobs for a period of time, going back to school and moving in with friends or relatives, sharing a car with your partner and riding your bike more, investing all your savings in a new venture, living on the other side of the world for a year - your friends may not understand, your co-workers may not get it, your extended family may think you've lost your mind - that's okay. Better to receive some odd looks and have a few people roll their eyes than spend your days wondering, What if I did that . . . ? Take that step. Make that leap. Try that new thing. If it helps clarify your ikigai, if it gets you up in the morning, if it's good for you and the world, do it. — Rob Bell
Try To Do Better Sayings By Astro Teller: When you try to do something ten per cent better, you tend to work from When you try to do something ten per cent better, you tend to work from where you are: if I ask you to make a car that goes 50 miles a gallon, you can just retool the engine you already have. — Astro Teller
Try To Do Better Sayings By Martyn Stanley: Our lives are a flicker of light in the shadowy darkness of eternity. Disease, famine, Our lives are a flicker of light in the shadowy darkness of eternity. Disease, famine, war, death, sorrow... Life is a cycle of pain, perhaps the one thing we should do with our short lives is to try to leave the world a better place than we entered it?'"

~Vexis Zaelwarsh - Low Priestess to Avanti
-Deathsworn Arc 4: Rise of the Archmage — Martyn Stanley
Try To Do Better Sayings By Rosamond Lehmann: I have decided to keep a record of my inmost real-self thoughts. Perhaps it will I have decided to keep a record of my inmost real-self thoughts. Perhaps it will help me to find out what I really am like: horrid, I know: selfish, conceited, and material-minded. For instance, lately whenever I've tried to concentrate on anything serious or beautiful, I've started thinking about the Spencers' dance next week. I am ashamed of my pettiness. I'm going to try to do better this year
develop my character more and not always be thinking about enjoying myself. I've always been so happy, I dread disappointment and unhappiness, but they would be good for me. But I don't want them. — Rosamond Lehmann
Try To Do Better Sayings By Philip K. Dick: No wonder Mr. Tagomi could not go on, he thought. The terrible dilemma of our No wonder Mr. Tagomi could not go on, he thought. The terrible dilemma of our lives. Whatever happens, it is evil beyond compare. Why struggle, then? Why choose? If all alternatives are the same . . . Evidently we go on, as we always have. From day to day. At this moment we work against Operation Dandelion. Later on, at another moment, we work to defeat the police. But we cannot do it all at once; it is a sequence. An unfolding process. We can only control the end by making a choice at each step. He thought, We can only hope. And try. On some other world, possibly it is different. Better. There are clear good and evil alternatives. Not these obscure admixtures, these blends, with no proper tool by which to untangle the components. We do not have the ideal world, such as we would like, where morality is easy because cognition is easy. Where one can do right with no effort because he can detect the obvious. The — Philip K. Dick
Try To Do Better Sayings By Max Lucado: About four days a week, I do pretty good at having a morning prayer time. About four days a week, I do pretty good at having a morning prayer time. But even at that, it's a rambling sort of thing. What I have learned to do better is to try to keep my mind turned toward God and ear inclined toward God throughout the day, and I think I'm doing better at that, but I've got a long way to go. — Max Lucado
Try To Do Better Sayings By Ari Tuckman: Our minds automatically seek explanations for things, so when we don't know something for sure, Our minds automatically seek explanations for things, so when we don't know something for sure, we make assumptions. For someone with ADHD, her symptoms are clear but the explanation isn't, so everyone makes assumptions about why she doesn't do better. Of course, all the old familiar explanations are used - she just needs to try harder, she's irresponsible, she doesn't care enough, she wants to do badly. This very much adds insult to injury. Not only doesn't it help her do better, but it just makes her question herself: "Huh. I thought I tried my best on that, but maybe I didn't." Initially most people tend to fight back against these accusations, but over time the accusations begin to sink in and influence how people see and feel about themselves. — Ari Tuckman
Try To Do Better Sayings By Ernest Hemingway,: There is nothing you can do except try to write it the way that it There is nothing you can do except try to write it the way that it was. So you must write each day better than you possibly can and use the sorrow that you have now to make you know how the early sorrow came. And you must always remember the things you believed because if you know them they will be there in the writing and you won't betray them. The writing is the only progress you make. — Ernest Hemingway,
Try To Do Better Sayings By Jay Crownover: You don't judge me, you don't try and make it better. You just let me You don't judge me, you don't try and make it better. You just let me feel bad while making me feel really good . . . I want to do that for you, too. — Jay Crownover
Try To Do Better Sayings By Orison Swett Marden: A great many young men try to justify themselves and check inward protests by the A great many young men try to justify themselves and check inward protests by the perpetual self-suggestion that it is better to keep on, for the present, in questionable occupations, because the great financial reward will put them in position to do better later. This is a sort of sedative to the conscience to keep it quiet until they can afford to listen to it. — Orison Swett Marden
Try To Do Better Sayings By Bo Bice: I try to be a better dad and husband than I do pretend rock star. I try to be a better dad and husband than I do pretend rock star. — Bo Bice