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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Casey Neistat: I don't use iMovie and don't use shitty little cameras to try to prove something I don't use iMovie and don't use shitty little cameras to try to prove something or say something because that's a part of the process. We do it just because that's what we like to use. — Casey Neistat
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Paula McLain: In exchange for Pegasus's stall and my own bunk, D gave me two horses to In exchange for Pegasus's stall and my own bunk, D gave me two horses to train. They were both past their prime, dull eyed and recalcitrant, but I was trying to prove myself. I would have to treat them like royalty. I laboured over their exercise and feeding schedules, filling notebooks, trying to meet them on their own territory, and to find or understand something untapped in them, something no one had yet seen. Dynasty, — Paula McLain
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Helena Christensen: In modelling, there is no point in trying to prove you have a brain, so In modelling, there is no point in trying to prove you have a brain, so why even bother? I'd sooner save the energy for something more meaningful. — Helena Christensen
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Jaromir Jagr: I'm not 21 and trying to prove something with my words. I'm not 21 and trying to prove something with my words. — Jaromir Jagr
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Terry Orlick: We cannot win in team situations or in relationships by ourselves. It is like trying We cannot win in team situations or in relationships by ourselves. It is like trying to pick up a pencil with only one finger ... Even if that one finger is extremely strong, it will prove almost impossible to pick up that pencil unless you use your other fingers or some other part of your hand. Teamwork is a bit like using all of your fingers. Each one is unique and contributes something different, but they unite in pursuit of a common goal. — Terry Orlick
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Marjorie Pay Hinckley: We women have a lot to learn about simplifying our lives. We have to decide We women have a lot to learn about simplifying our lives. We have to decide what is important and then move along at a pace that is comfortable for us. We have to develop the maturity to stop trying to prove something. We have to learn to be content with what we are. — Marjorie Pay Hinckley
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Galileo Galilei: I cannot but be astonished that Sarsi should persist in trying to prove by means I cannot but be astonished that Sarsi should persist in trying to prove by means of witnesses something that I may see for myself at any time by means of experiment. Witnesses are examined in doutbful matters which are past and transient, not in those which are actual and present. A judge must seek by means of witnesses to determine whether Peter injured John last night, but not whether John was injured, since the judge can see that for himself. — Galileo Galilei
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Kresley Cole: What are you trying to prove?" Lucia demanded.Between strikes, he bellowed, "That you should no' What are you trying to prove?" Lucia demanded.
Between strikes, he bellowed, "That you should no' have left me!"
"You were going to do it to me
don't bother denying it!" When he didn't, she said, "Then why are you different?" Another volley of arrows. "What gives you the right to risk yourself?"
He snapped, "Because you could move on if something happened to me. — Kresley Cole
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Marilyn Monroe: I'm trying to find myself as a person, sometimes that's not easy to do. Millions I'm trying to find myself as a person, sometimes that's not easy to do. Millions of people live their entire lives without finding themselves. But it is something I must do. The best way for me to find myself as a person is to prove to myself that I am an actress. — Marilyn Monroe
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Bobby Fischer: Its just you and your opponent at the board and you're trying to prove something Its just you and your opponent at the board and you're trying to prove somethingBobby Fischer
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Tina Fey: It is an impressively arrogant move to conclude that just because you don't like something, It is an impressively arrogant move to conclude that just because you don't like something, it is empirically not good. I don't like Chinese food, but I don't write articles trying to prove it doesn't exist. — Tina Fey
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Iyanla Vanzant: Trying to prove something to someone is never a valid reason for doing anything. Trying to prove something to someone is never a valid reason for doing anything. — Iyanla Vanzant
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Paulo Coelho: While most of humanity was scrabbling for a piece of bread,a roof over their head While most of humanity was scrabbling for a piece of bread,a roof over their head and a job that would allow them to live with dignity,Ralf Hart had all of that,and it only made him feel more wretched.If he looked back on what his life had been lately,he had perhaps managed two or three days when he had woken up,looked at the sun-or the rain-and felt glad to see the morning,just happy,without wanting anything,planning anything or asking anything in exchange.Apart from those days,the rest of his existence had been wasted on dreams,both frustrated and realized-a desire to go beyond himself,to go beyond his limitations;he had spent his life trying to prove something,but he didn't know what or to whom. — Paulo Coelho
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Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Henry Ford: Most people think that faith means believing something; oftener it means trying something, giving it Most people think that faith means believing something; oftener it means trying something, giving it a chance to prove itself — Henry Ford
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Emma McCoy: You know, most people trust people until the person does something to prove that they're You know, most people trust people until the person does something to prove that they're not trustworthy. Can you try that?"

"Not a chance. That is like trying potentially poisonous food and being shocked while you take your last breath. — Emma McCoy
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Henry Rollins: I don't try to be angry to prove something. I wouldn't try to intimidate you I don't try to be angry to prove something. I wouldn't try to intimidate you for any reason unless you were trying to intimidate me, and then I would show you that you can't do that to me. — Henry Rollins
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Ryan Adams: On 'Heartbreaker,' I had to sing those songs. I drank the way I did those On 'Heartbreaker,' I had to sing those songs. I drank the way I did those songs. I ate the way I did those songs. I communicated the way I did those songs. With 'Gold,' I was trying to prove something to myself. I wanted to invent a modern classic. — Ryan Adams
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Lupe Fiasco: Some stuff I don't even put out. I'll just be home, happy, creating something for Some stuff I don't even put out. I'll just be home, happy, creating something for myself, and then ball it up and throw it in the trash. It's less about trying to prove something or get on somebody's list or make a fan happy or make a hater mad or convert a non-believer. That's not the case for me anymore. — Lupe Fiasco
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Chael Sonnen: My hands are heavy and most importantly they are very fast. I have been called My hands are heavy and most importantly they are very fast. I have been called the fastest white man alive. I don't work submissions and not because I am trying to prove something I'm just frankly not very good at 'em. I am very good at getting away. I've never fought anybody whether it was in practice or competition who could hold me down. Even if I thought I could get a submission I'm not laying underneath a grown man with my legs spread on worldwide T.V. Some guys subscribe to that theory but I am a Republican and we don't do that — Chael Sonnen
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Sania Mirza: I don't play tennis to prove a point to anyone. I play for my country I don't play tennis to prove a point to anyone. I play for my country and myself. It's not changing what people say or think. It's about what I can do. If I feel I have the ability to achieve something and haven't used my potential to that end, I'll keep trying till I succeed. — Sania Mirza
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Ron Baratono: People will stop trying to prove their something special when they finally realized their already People will stop trying to prove their something special when they finally realized their already unique in God's creation. — Ron Baratono
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Patrick Kane: That's something USA Hockey has been trying to do for a long time is prove That's something USA Hockey has been trying to do for a long time is prove that we can play with the Canadians and the Russians and the Swedes and Finns consistently on a tournament basis. — Patrick Kane
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By David Stove: A philosopher may try to prove the truth of something he believed before he was A philosopher may try to prove the truth of something he believed before he was a philosopher, but even if he succeeds, his belief never regain the untroubled character, and the settled place in his mind, which it had at first. — David Stove
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Kate Winslet: I've had a very full and lovely career so far, and I can't honestly say I've had a very full and lovely career so far, and I can't honestly say that I've ever really found myself in a man's world, struggling for an identity or trying to prove something. — Kate Winslet
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Stephen Koch: It is precisely in that relationship to the Reader that you will find most of It is precisely in that relationship to the Reader that you will find most of the classic faults of style: pretension, condescension, servility, obscurantism, grandiosity, vulgarity, and the like
even academicism. That's why most faults of style can be described in language relevant to human relations. Is your style frank and open ... does it have some understated agenda ... is it out to prove something it does not or cannot admit ... is it trying to impress ... show off ... is it kissing up ... groveling ... maybe just a tad passive-aggressive, with a mumbling half-audible voice that is unwilling to explain ... is it trying to convince ... overwhelm ... help ... seduce ... give pleasure ... inflict pain ... There is no area of the writer's work that is more responsive to the psychology of human connection than style. — Stephen Koch
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Tyra Banks: In terms of success and drive, I think some people are born with it, sometimes In terms of success and drive, I think some people are born with it, sometimes certain circumstances push you towards success ... trying to prove people wrong. I'm not exactly sure where mine comes from, but, I have this thing inside of me that, when someone tells me that I can't do something, I become obsessed with proving them wrong. It's a weird thing. — Tyra Banks
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Mike Piazza: I'm not trying to prove anybody wrong, I'm just trying to prove something to myself. I'm not trying to prove anybody wrong, I'm just trying to prove something to myself. — Mike Piazza
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Joe Meno: Perhaps Effie Mumford was only trying to prove something she already knew: that, like all Perhaps Effie Mumford was only trying to prove something she already knew: that, like all animals, she was at the whim of the general disorder and unimaginative meanness of the world surrounding her. — Joe Meno
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Wilhelm Reich: There is no proof. There are no authorities whatever. No president, Academy, Court of Law, There is no proof. There are no authorities whatever. No president, Academy, Court of Law, Congress or Senate on this earth has the knowledge or power to decide what will be the knowledge of tomorrow. There is no use in trying to prove something that is unknown to somebody who is ignorant of the unknown, or fearful of its threatening power. Only the good old rules of learning will eventually bring about understanding of what has invaded our earthly existence. — Wilhelm Reich
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Steven Knight: I think people are drawn to characters that break the rules. I think there is I think people are drawn to characters that break the rules. I think there is something about a good person doing bad things for what they consider to be a good reason. Then the battle is on to almost prove to the audience that it's justified. How far can you go with that? How far can that character go before people won't accept it? Trying to walk to edge of that line is a challenge. — Steven Knight
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Jane Pauley: Because our generation has waited so long to have babies, we feel we've 'discovered' something Because our generation has waited so long to have babies, we feel we've 'discovered' something that women have been doing for thousands of years. I have no illusions that I will be in the same situation as the average working mother. I'm not trying to prove anything - I just want to have kids. — Jane Pauley
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Angela Louise McGurk: You never understood it, did you?" I ask him softly and surprisingly without accusation. "Despite You never understood it, did you?" I ask him softly and surprisingly without accusation. "Despite any evidence to the contrary I do love you just as much as I loved him. Everything I would have sacrificed to save him I'll willingly sacrifice for you."
"You don't need to do this to prove you love me," he tells me urgently.
Inexplicably under the circumstances his answer irritates me more than Donal's snort of mocking laughter. "Don't you do that Tulloch Sullivan, don't you try and make this about me trying to prove something. I shouldn't have to prove it. You can feel what I feel even if you don't believe it. I'm trying to save your life, nothing more than that, because you are the only thing that matters to me. — Angela Louise McGurk
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Lee Strobel: if God were to place one of those adoption ads, His might say something like if God were to place one of those adoption ads, His might say something like this:

'I'll take the person who feels inadequate and mediocre. I'll take the notorious and unworthy. I'll take the person whose misguided quest for fulfillment has gotten her mired in immorality. I'll take the person who's struggling with unanswered questions. I'll take the person who's on the treadmill of trying to prove she's somebody.

And I'll provide a depth of love that she can't find in empty sexuality. I'll provide the kind of fulfillment that materialism will never buy. I'll offer satisfaction that will endure even when the accolades stop. — Lee Strobel
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Chogyam Trungpa: Why do you need to reassure yourself? That need for reassurance is precisely the point: Why do you need to reassure yourself? That need for reassurance is precisely the point: We feel that something is leaking, but we don't want to acknowledge it as such. There is a hole somewhere in our life that we try to plug up. All our posturing is a sign that we are just about to realize that we don't exist in the way we thought we did. We actually know that intuitively. Yet we keep on trying to prove ourselves to ourselves, to ensure that we will survive. — Chogyam Trungpa
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Helen Roseveare: I had never deserved to be forgiven in the first place when I aas converted. I had never deserved to be forgiven in the first place when I aas converted. I could do nothing to merit God's favour, His grace, His love. If all I had ever known was unmerited and undeserved grace, how could I then forfeit that which I never earned?... Was I too proud, in some strange, inverted way to humble myself to accept an unmerited forgiveness? I know that it was all of grace, yet my inner being wanted the right to do something to merit it. I was trying to work out my own salvation, to earn God's forgiveness, to prove the sincerity of my repentance...At last I knew that it was true. It was not based on my feeling or on my emotions. It was not dependent on my faith or my obedience. In no way could I merit or deserve it. He loved me. He knew me through and through, better than I knew myself, and yet still, He loved me. Christ died on Calvary to tell me that. Christ lives in Heaven, an unceasing intercessor on my behalf to make that love real to me in my experience. — Helen Roseveare
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Claudia Gray: There are patterns within the dimensions," Paul insisted, never looking up again. "Mathematical parallels. It's There are patterns within the dimensions," Paul insisted, never looking up again. "Mathematical parallels. It's plausible to hypothesize that these patterns will be reflected in events and people in each dimension. That people who have met in one quantum reality will be likely to meet in another. Certain things that happen will happen over and over, in different ways, but more often than you could explain by chance alone."
"In other words," I said, "you're trying to prove the existence of fate."
I was joking, but Paul nodded slowly, like I'd said something intelligent. "Yes. That's it exactly. — Claudia Gray
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Elizabeth Wurtzel: I've calmed down. Looking back, I was engaged more in dramas than I was in I've calmed down. Looking back, I was engaged more in dramas than I was in relationships. I've spent a lot of my life being in it for the plot, and I don't do that anymore. I'm satisfied. I'm not competing with myself. I accomplished things I wanted to do, so everything I do now is because I want to, not because I'm trying to prove something. — Elizabeth Wurtzel
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Neal Shusterman: We always look for the signs we missed when something goes wrong. We become like We always look for the signs we missed when something goes wrong. We become like detectives trying to solve a murder, because maybe if we uncover the clues, it gives us some control. Sure, we can't change what happened, but if we can string together enough clues, we can prove that whatever nightmare has befallen us, we could have stopped it, if only we had been smart enough. I suppose it's better to believe in our own stupidity than it is to believe that all the clues in the world wouldn't have changed a thing. — Neal Shusterman
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Frank Thomas: I always try to overachieve. I feel I have something to prove every day. I always try to overachieve. I feel I have something to prove every day. — Frank Thomas
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Pete Seeger: There is something about participating; it is almost my religion. If the world is still There is something about participating; it is almost my religion. If the world is still here in 100 years, people will know the importance of participating, not just being spectators. Millions of small groups around the world, that don't necessarily all agree with one another, are made up of people who are not just sitting back waiting for someone to do things for them. No one can prove anything, but of course if I didn't believe it had some kind of power, I wouldn't be trying to do it. — Pete Seeger
Trying To Prove Something Sayings By Henry Rollins: If the world gives you the blues, if you wake up in the middle of If the world gives you the blues, if you wake up in the middle of the night with waves of fear and senseless panic washing over you, I am your friend. If you're overcome by a desperation that makes your mouth open for a scream that never comes out but just freezes your face in mute despair, then you and I have something in common. If you can't understand them for the life of you, even though you've tried so hard, when that dislocation makes you feel like you're the only one of your species on the planet, I know I can confide in you. If this endless ghetto of lies and heart break, this life-long run of fences and flickering neon signs, night sweats and suicidal urges makes you feel like stopping, just stopping, like stopping breathing, wait. Wait. You don't have to tell me your name. You don't have to prove yourself to me. I accept you. If you're finding life to be the one thing that's trying to kill you, I want you to stay alive to rise with the sun and fight back. — Henry Rollins