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Try'na Sayings By Jack Chaucer: It's hard. Being 15, 16, 17. You get so angry. You want to do something It's hard. Being 15, 16, 17. You get so angry. You want to do something with that anger. I guess try to find some other way to let it out. Don't kill people. Don't kill yourself. Let yourself grow up a little. Then you might start to think differently about things. You might get new opportunities to do something with your life that you never thought possible as a teenager." -- Thomas Harvey from the upcoming novel, "Nikki White: Polar Extremes" (Nikki, #3) — Jack Chaucer
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Try'na Sayings By David Lagercrantz: what matters is not that we believe in God. God is not small-minded. What matters what matters is not that we believe in God. God is not small-minded. What matters is for us to understand that life is serious and rich. We should appreciate it and also try to make the world a better place. Whoever finds a balance between the two is close to God. — David Lagercrantz
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Try'na Sayings By James Crumley: I try to stay two drinks ahead of reality and three behind a drunk I try to stay two drinks ahead of reality and three behind a drunk — James Crumley
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Try'na Sayings By Brigham Young: If your neighbors talk about you, and you think that they do wrong in speaking If your neighbors talk about you, and you think that they do wrong in speaking evil of you, do not let them know that your ever heard a word, and conduct yourselves as if they always did right, and it will mortify them, and they will say, "We'll not try this game any longer." — Brigham Young
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Try'na Sayings By Girl Talk: I sampled a bit of stuff from my dad's collection. He has probably a bigger I sampled a bit of stuff from my dad's collection. He has probably a bigger record collection than I do. I try to buy as much as possible, because I've never been able to keep an MP3 collection organized. I like to keep my computers as clean as possible. — Girl Talk
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Try'na Sayings By Sherwood Washburn: I remember writing a paper on human evolution in 1944, and I simply left Piltdown I remember writing a paper on human evolution in 1944, and I simply left Piltdown out. You could make sense of human evolution if you didn't try to put Piltdown into it. — Sherwood Washburn
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Try'na Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: People try to persuade us that the objections against Christianity spring from doubt. That is People try to persuade us that the objections against Christianity spring from doubt. That is a complete misunderstanding. The objections against Christianity spring from insubordination, the dislike of obedience, rebellion against all authority. As a result, people have hitherto been beating the air in their struggle against objections, because they have fought intellectually with doubt instead of fighting morally with rebellion. — Soren Kierkegaard
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Try'na Sayings By Will Rogers: If you get to thinking you're a person of some influence, try ordering somebody else's If you get to thinking you're a person of some influence, try ordering somebody else's dog around. — Will Rogers
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Try'na Sayings By Mark Twain: The reign of Edward VI was a singularly merciful one for those harsh times. Now The reign of Edward VI was a singularly merciful one for those harsh times. Now that we are taking leave of him let us try to keep this in our minds, to his credit — Mark Twain
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Try'na Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: I simply state that I'm a product of a versatile mind in a restless generation-with I simply state that I'm a product of a versatile mind in a restless generation-with every reason to throw my mind and pen in with the radicals. Even if, deep in my heart, I thought we were all blind atoms in a world as limited as a stroke of a pendulum, I and my sort would struggle against tradition; try, at least, to displace old cants with new ones. I've thought I was right about life at various times, but faith is difficult. One thing I know. If living isn't seeking for the grail it may be a damned amusing game. — F Scott Fitzgerald
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Try'na Sayings By Dick Wolf: I was raised not to be rude, but I also try to get the best I was raised not to be rude, but I also try to get the best work out of people. — Dick Wolf
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Try'na Sayings By Margaret Mitchell: The mantle of spinsterhood was definitely on her shoulders now. She was twenty-five and looked The mantle of spinsterhood was definitely on her shoulders now. She was twenty-five and looked it, and so there as no longer any need to try to be attractive. — Margaret Mitchell
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Try'na Sayings By Jan Morris: The city bursts with ideas as with traffic, a swirl of newness and surprise. Who The city bursts with ideas as with traffic, a swirl of newness and surprise. Who can be bored in a city? If you are tired of one activity you can try something else, change your job, take your custom to another restaurant. — Jan Morris
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Try'na Sayings By Georg C. Lichtenberg: As I take up my pen I feel myself so full, so equal to my As I take up my pen I feel myself so full, so equal to my subject, and see my book so clearly before me in embryo, I would almost like to try to say it all in a single word. — Georg C. Lichtenberg
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Try'na Sayings By Hillary Clinton: It was outrageous that [Donald Trump] would be advocating [that] women who exercise their constitutional It was outrageous that [Donald Trump] would be advocating [that] women who exercise their constitutional right and have autonomy over their healthcare decisions would be criminals, along with the doctors that served them. He did try to walk it back - I think pretty unconvincingly. — Hillary Clinton
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Try'na Sayings By Leonardo DiCaprio: You can either be a vain movie star, or you can try to shed some You can either be a vain movie star, or you can try to shed some light on different aspects of the human condition. — Leonardo DiCaprio
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Try'na Sayings By Danny Glover: I try to find hope in struggle and resistance in small places as much as I try to find hope in struggle and resistance in small places as much as I can. — Danny Glover
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Try'na Sayings By Diego Boneta: I always try to be a reliable friend. I always try to be a reliable friend. — Diego Boneta
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Try'na Sayings By Kim Wilde: You can spend your life competing in a world that talks too loud / You You can spend your life competing in a world that talks too loud / You can lose your own direction getting lost among the crowd / Confusion - is it any wonder that the road ahead's not clear / Well you can try too hard to find it now I realise it's here — Kim Wilde
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Try'na Sayings By Amitav Ghosh: Some nine years before, Mr. Tan Chay Yan, scion of a well-known Peranakan Chinese family Some nine years before, Mr. Tan Chay Yan, scion of a well-known Peranakan Chinese family of Malacca, had converted his pepper garden into a rubber plantation. In 1897 this had seemed like a mad thing to do. Everyone had advised against it: rubber was known to be a risk. Mr. Ridley, the curator of the Singapore Botanical Gardens, had been trying for years to interest British planters in giving rubber a try. The imperial authorities in London had spent a fortune in arranging to have seed stocks stolen from Brazil. — Amitav Ghosh
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Try'na Sayings By Khorshed Bhavnagri: So, weak-minded, good souls, please don't try to develop this power. Remember, once a bad So, weak-minded, good souls, please don't try to develop this power. Remember, once a bad spirit gets control of your mind it is really difficult to drive it out. — Khorshed Bhavnagri
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Try'na Sayings By Paulo Coelho: I imagine that some people spend years allowing the pressure to build up inside them I imagine that some people spend years allowing the pressure to build up inside them without even noticing, and then one day some tiny incident triggers a crisis. Then they say: "I've had enough, I don't want this anymore." Some commit suicide. Others get divorced. Some go to poor parts of Africa to try to save the world. But I know myself. I know that my only reaction will be to repress my feelings until a cancer starts eating me up inside. Because I do actually believe that many illnesses are the result of repressed emotions. — Paulo Coelho
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Try'na Sayings By Edith Wharton: Archer had reverted to all his old inherited ideas about marriage. It was less trouble Archer had reverted to all his old inherited ideas about marriage. It was less trouble to conform with the tradition and treat May exactly as all his friends treated their wives than to try to put into practice the theories with which his untrammelled bachelorhood had dallied. — Edith Wharton
Try'na Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: but racism is about the power of a group and in America it's white folks but racism is about the power of a group and in America it's white folks who have that power. How? Well, white folks don't get treated like shit in upper-class African-American communities and white folks don't get denied bank loans or mortgages precisely because they are white and black juries don't give white criminals worse sentences than black criminals for the same crime and black police officers don't stop white folk for driving while white and black companies don't choose not to hire somebody because their name sounds white and black teachers don't tell white kids that they're not smart enough to be doctors and black politicians don't try some tricks to reduce the voting power of white folks through gerrymandering and advertising agencies don't say they can't use white models to advertise glamorous products because they are not considered "aspirational" by the "mainstream." So — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Try'na Sayings By Paulo Coelho: Let yourself get carried away by the night from time to time. Look up at Let yourself get carried away by the night from time to time. Look up at the stars and try to get drunk on the sense of infinity. The night, with all its charms, is also a path to enlightenment. Just as a dark well has thirst-quenching water at its bottom, the night, whose mystery brings us closer to the mystery of God, has a flame capable of enkindling our soul hidden in its shadows. — Paulo Coelho
Try'na Sayings By Jessica Hart: I always believe in buying things locally; anything locally made is a big plus, along I always believe in buying things locally; anything locally made is a big plus, along with organic materials. I try really hard to do that, and brands really pop out to me if I know they're trying to be environmentally friendly. — Jessica Hart
Try'na Sayings By Kim Harrison: Again Al touched me, but this time, his hand was gentle on my shoulder. "And Again Al touched me, but this time, his hand was gentle on my shoulder. "And if you're not, it's Ku'Sox. He knows you're too protected here, and you're a threat to him. He's summoning you. He's summoning you to where I can't follow. He's going to try to kill you! — Kim Harrison
Try'na Sayings By George W. Bush: But the true threats to stability and peace are these nations that are not very But the true threats to stability and peace are these nations that are not very transparent, that hide behind the-that don't let people in to take a look and see what they're up to. They're very kind of authoritarian regimes. The true threat is whether or not one of these people decide, peak of anger, try to hold us hostage, ourselves; the Israelis, for example, to whom we'll defend, offer our defenses; the South Koreans. — George W. Bush
Try'na Sayings By Neil Marshall: I alwyas want to try and create new looks and new things, but equally scary, I alwyas want to try and create new looks and new things, but equally scary, hopefully. But a new kind of style. — Neil Marshall
Try'na Sayings By C.S. Pacat: We could try some other arrangement.""You're right: it should be me in frontand you carrying We could try some other arrangement."
"You're right: it should be me in front
and you carrying the horse. — C.S. Pacat
Try'na Sayings By Alain De Botton: Try, before taking off for distant hemispheres to notice what we have already seen. Try, before taking off for distant hemispheres to notice what we have already seen. — Alain De Botton
Try'na Sayings By Sophie Jordan: - ... And you keep them all locked in? These visiting carriers? - They're always - ... And you keep them all locked in? These visiting carriers?
- They're always watched
- But not locked in? The honor is specific to me?
- You did try to brain me. — Sophie Jordan
Try'na Sayings By Richard Dawkins: Do you really mean the only reason you try to be good is to gain Do you really mean the only reason you try to be good is to gain God's approval and reward? That's not morality, that's just sucking up. — Richard Dawkins
Try'na 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'na Sayings By Maria V. Snyder: Yes, I thought I'd try electrocution next. Since a bomb, a fire, Vinco's knife and Yes, I thought I'd try electrocution next. Since a bomb, a fire, Vinco's knife and a brief encounter with outer space didn't kill me. — Maria V. Snyder
Try'na Sayings By Claudia Gray: I'm going, and don't you dare try to stop me.I ran through the door, willing I'm going, and don't you dare try to stop me.
I ran through the door, willing myself to make it downstairs before I started to cry. — Claudia Gray
Try'na Sayings By DJ Spooky: Try this experiment, closing your eyes and navigating with your ears. It's eerie because walls, Try this experiment, closing your eyes and navigating with your ears. It's eerie because walls, you can actually hear your footstep maybe bounce off of or you can feel the vibration of your voice and help that ... use that to navigate. — DJ Spooky
Try'na Sayings By Michael Maloney: You can never really own real estate for instance; if you think you can, just You can never really own real estate for instance; if you think you can, just try not paying your property taxes for a few years. — Michael Maloney
Try'na Sayings By Gucci Mane: I'm just a careful person around wheels and stuff like that. I try to be I'm just a careful person around wheels and stuff like that. I try to be as cautious as I can, cause I lost friends to motorcycle accidents and car accidents. So I don't ever play around anything like that. — Gucci Mane
Try'na Sayings By Jason Jennings: When confronted with problems, most companies try to make small changes or Band-Aid fixes and When confronted with problems, most companies try to make small changes or Band-Aid fixes and hope things get better or that the problem goes away. This approach doesn't work and ensures that they'll waste vast amounts of time and energy. — Jason Jennings
Try'na Sayings By Georges St-Pierre: The goal is to avoid mediocrity by being prepared to try something and either failing The goal is to avoid mediocrity by being prepared to try something and either failing miserably or triumphing grandly. — Georges St-Pierre
Try'na Sayings By Winona Ryder: My problems seemed so glamorous to other people, and everyone just thought I was so My problems seemed so glamorous to other people, and everyone just thought I was so lucky. But then, I was lucky because my family was really there for me. I think I just felt like I really wanted to hold on to who I was as a person, and try to have as much of a normal life as I could. — Winona Ryder
Try'na Sayings By Stasi Eldredge: Shame and discipline won't cut it First, shame is not an agent of change. Like Shame and discipline won't cut it First, shame is not an agent of change. Like a shot of caffeine in the morning, self-loathing may propel us onto the road of change, but we will find that hatred of self only leads us onto a never-ending roundabout. Like being terrified by a number on the scale in the morning and vowing never to overeat again, a shot of shame may get us through to lunch but never through to our freedom. Self-hatred, shame, and fear - though rampant in so many of our hidden worlds - are simply never going to be capable of creating or sustaining the growth we long for. Yet most women try to use shame as their inner motivator. I know I have. — Stasi Eldredge
Try'na Sayings By Cat Zingano: I don't think about being tired, I don't think about my technique. I just try I don't think about being tired, I don't think about my technique. I just try to break their will. — Cat Zingano
Try'na Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: I lived here once," the author said after a moment."Here? For a long time?""No. For I lived here once," the author said after a moment.
"Here? For a long time?"
"No. For just a little while when I was young."
"It must have been rather cramped."
"I didn't notice."
"Would you like to try it again?"
"No. And I couldn't if I wanted to."
He shivered slightly and closed the windows. As they went downstairs, the visitor said, half apologetically: "It's really just like all houses, isn't it?"
The author nodded.
"I didn't think it was when I built it, but in the end I suppose it's just like other houses after all. — F Scott Fitzgerald
Try'na Sayings By Robert Herjavec: I try to get in one, one-hour spinning class per week. I try to get in one, one-hour spinning class per week. — Robert Herjavec
Try'na Sayings By A.D. Aliwat: Do what you want to do, but don't try to do anything. Do what you want to do, but don't try to do anything. — A.D. Aliwat
Try'na Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: When we cannot stand certain people, we try to have suspicions about them. When we cannot stand certain people, we try to have suspicions about them. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Try'na Sayings By Jerry Spinelli: Hey, this is it - right now! - the time when you find out who Hey, this is it - right now! - the time when you find out who you are and what you can do. And how will you ever know if you don't try new stuff? — Jerry Spinelli
Try'na Sayings By Natalie Goldberg: We live on the edge of the abstract all the time. Look at something solid We live on the edge of the abstract all the time. Look at something solid in the known world: an automobile. Separate the fender, the hood, the roof, lie them on the garage floor, walk around them. Let go of the urge to reassemble the care or to pronounce fender, hood, roof. Look at them as curve, line, form. Relax the mind. Don't immediately try to make meaning or be practical. Truthfully, how practical is life anyway? All our work, and death is the final result? So let's enjoy the unfolding shape, the elemental, organic delight and agony of it all. — Natalie Goldberg
Try'na Sayings By Tina Fey: I don't weigh myself. I just go by if my clothes fit. I try not I don't weigh myself. I just go by if my clothes fit. I try not to participate too much in the incredible amount of wasted energy that women have around dealing with food. I just feel like being healthy is sort of a job requirement to be on TV, and being a writer is so much coping with fatigue and stress, and you just eat. You eat to stay awake. — Tina Fey
Try'na Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: Just as a physician might say that there very likely is not one single living Just as a physician might say that there very likely is not one single living human being who is completely healthy, so anyone who really knows mankind might say that there is not one single living human being who does not despair a little, who does not secretly harbor an unrest, an inner strife, a disharmony, an anxiety about an unknown something or a something he does not even dare try to know, an anxiety about some possibility in existence or an anxiety about himself, so that, just as the physician speaks of going around with an illness in the body, he walks around with a sickness, carries around a sickness of the spirit that signals its presence at rare intervals in and through an anxiety he cannot explain. — Soren Kierkegaard
Try'na Sayings By Joan C. Williams: I focus on a simple message: when you leave the two-thirds of Americans without college I focus on a simple message: when you leave the two-thirds of Americans without college degrees out of your vision of the good life, they notice. And when elites commit to equality for many different groups but arrogantly dismiss "the dark rigidity of fundamentalist rural America,"6 this is a recipe for extreme alienation among working-class whites. Deriding "political correctness" becomes a way for less-privileged whites to express their fury at the snobbery of more-privileged whites. I don't like what this dynamic is doing to America. There are two reasons I think we have to try to replace it with a healthier one. The first is ethical: I am committed to social equality, not for some groups but for all groups. The second is strategic: the hidden injuries of class7 now have become visible in politics so polarized that our democracy is threatened. A few words — Joan C. Williams
Try'na Sayings By Michelle Painchaud: So what if you hurt him? He'll hurt you. You'll hurt each other. That's what So what if you hurt him? He'll hurt you. You'll hurt each other. That's what love is about, right? You can't know what'll happen till you actually try it. Don't try to make excuses like you're protecting him. — Michelle Painchaud
Try'na Sayings By Chris Bauer: I think it's hilarious when middle-aged white men try to take themselves seriously. It makes I think it's hilarious when middle-aged white men try to take themselves seriously. It makes me laugh. — Chris Bauer
Try'na Sayings By Bill Watterson: I wish people were more like animals. Animals don't try to change you or make I wish people were more like animals. Animals don't try to change you or make you fit in. They just enjoy the pleasure of your company. Animals aren't conditional about friendships. Animals like you just the way you are. They listen to your problems, they comfort you when you're sad, and all they ask in return is a little kindness. — Bill Watterson
Try'na Sayings By Rumi: Make your last journeyfrom this strange worldsoar for the heightswhere there is no moreseparation of Make your last journey
from this strange world
soar for the heights
where there is no more
separation of you and your home
God has created
your wings not to be dormant
as long as you are alive
you must try more and more
to use your wings to show you're alive — Rumi
Try'na Sayings By Rajneesh: Just do two things: meditate, watch your thought processes; become just a spectator of your Just do two things: meditate, watch your thought processes; become just a spectator of your mind. That is meditation, becoming a witness. And second: follow the law, follow the natural course. Don't be unnatural, don't try to fight with nature - stop being a fighter. Learn how to relax with nature, learn to let go. Flow with nature, allow nature to possess you totally. — Rajneesh
Try'na Sayings By Larry Gent: Try Galactus and Silver Surfer fusing together in the MC2-verse weird. Try Galactus and Silver Surfer fusing together in the MC2-verse weird. — Larry Gent
Try'na Sayings By Nina Dobrev: Comedy is probably a lot harder for me. Maybe it's because I've been doing drama Comedy is probably a lot harder for me. Maybe it's because I've been doing drama for so long or maybe it's because ... you don't want to search for a laugh; you can't try to be funny, you just have to naturally be funny or be in a situation that's funny. — Nina Dobrev
Try'na Sayings By Miranda July: That said, the spaces between my features are in perfect proportion to each other. So That said, the spaces between my features are in perfect proportion to each other. So far no one has noticed this. Also my ears: darling little shells. I wear my hair tucked behind them and try to enter crowded rooms ear-first, walking sideways. — Miranda July
Try'na Sayings By Robert Adams: Never try to stop the thoughts.If you try to stop the thoughts they will become Never try to stop the thoughts.
If you try to stop the thoughts they will become bigger and greater and they will win. Because the mind appears to be very powerful.
Yet in reality the mind does not exist.
There is no mind.
There is no such thing as a mind.
So when you sit in the silence you observe, you watch, you become the witness. — Robert Adams
Try'na Sayings By Friedrich Schiller: You could be happy without me - but not become unhappy through me. This I You could be happy without me - but not become unhappy through me. This I felt alive in me - and thereupon I built my hopes. You could give yourself to another, but none could love you more purely or more completely than I did. To none could your happiness be holier, as it was to me, and always will be. My whole existence, everything that lives within me, everything, my most precious, I devote to you, and if I try to ennoble myself, that is done, in order to become ever worthier of you, to make you ever happier. — Friedrich Schiller
Try'na Sayings By Damien Dempsey: I was in my teens and I was going through a bit of a phase, I was in my teens and I was going through a bit of a phase, drinking a lot and doing E tablets and getting into street fighting and getting depressed. Then I'd listen to Marley and it lifted me out of it. I'd like to try and do the same for kids, that my music would give them a bit of hope and strength, and they'd know that I was telling the truth and I wouldn't lie to them. — Damien Dempsey
Try'na Sayings By Philip Schultz: Most people try to avoid cliches. It's my ambition in life to try to get Most people try to avoid cliches. It's my ambition in life to try to get 'em right! — Philip Schultz
Try'na 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'na Sayings By Bill Burr: If you try to deliver a funny line in a funny way, it comes out If you try to deliver a funny line in a funny way, it comes out as wacky and you ruin the scene. — Bill Burr
Try'na Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: How could it occur to anyone to demonstrate that God exists unless one has already How could it occur to anyone to demonstrate that God exists unless one has already allowed Himself to ignore Him? A king's existence is demonstrated by way of subjection and submissiveness. Do you want to try and demonstrate that the king exists? Will you do so by offering a string of proofs, a series of arguments? No. If you are serious, you will demonstrate the king's existence by your submission, by the way you live. And so it is with demonstrating God's existence. It is accomplished not by proofs but by worship. Any other way is but a thinker's pious bungling. — Soren Kierkegaard
Try'na Sayings By Sam Starbuck: Do you always try to upset the world as much as possible?" Clare asked.He gave Do you always try to upset the world as much as possible?" Clare asked.
He gave her a surprised look. "Of course. Otherwise how does anything change? — Sam Starbuck
Try'na Sayings By Mindy Kaling: Which is why you need the tiniest bit of bravery. People get scared when you Which is why you need the tiniest bit of bravery. People get scared when you try to do something, especially when it looks like you're succeeding. People do not get scared when you're failing. It calms them. — Mindy Kaling
Try'na Sayings By Hermann Hesse: Then Siddhartha had spent the night at his house with dancers and wine, had pretended Then Siddhartha had spent the night at his house with dancers and wine, had pretended to be superior to his companions, which he no longer was. He had drunk much wine and later after midnight he went to bed, tired and yet agitated, nearly in tears and in despair. In vain did he try to sleep. His heart was so full of misery, he felt he could no longer endure it. He was full of nausea which overpowered him like a distasteful wine, or music that was too sweet and superficial, or like the too sweet smile of the dancers or the too sweet perfume of their hair and breasts. But above all he was nauseated with himself, with his perfumed hair, with the smell of the wine from his mouth, with the soft, flabby appearance of his skin. — Hermann Hesse
Try'na Sayings By Kerri E. Lorenz: Humans are so ignorant. That word means something else, but you use it to try Humans are so ignorant. That word means something else, but you use it to try to insult others. You do realize that only humans view such things as homosexuality as a sin. In the other realms it is nothing it doesn't exist as love is love and gender matters not. — Kerri E. Lorenz
Try'na Sayings By Russ Lippitt: If you are searching for someone to hate, try looking in the mirror. If you are searching for someone to hate, try looking in the mirror. — Russ Lippitt
Try'na Sayings By Andrew Mason: If I told people that I knew what I was doing, nobody would believe me, If I told people that I knew what I was doing, nobody would believe me, so why even try and fake it? — Andrew Mason
Try'na Sayings By Charles Bukowski: It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned was to stay out of the bars and also to try to stay off the street. I fail sometimes to stay off the streets but not too often. the finest place on earth to drink is in your own place and alone. you probably know all this. all right. — Charles Bukowski
Try'na Sayings By Thomas Frank: What becomes fascinating is the way the culture industry doesn't deny it and doesn't try What becomes fascinating is the way the culture industry doesn't deny it and doesn't try to mitigate it, but tries to sell its products as a way of liberating oneself. — Thomas Frank
Try'na Sayings By Jeff Abbott: Read heavily in the area where you want to write. Be aware of what's selling Read heavily in the area where you want to write. Be aware of what's selling and what's doing well but don't try to write to market trends; they are fleeting. — Jeff Abbott
Try'na Sayings By Beth Moore: We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us, but frankly we won't if We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us, but frankly we won't if we're too afraid to try. — Beth Moore
Try'na Sayings By Jim Jefferies: I don't write my standup on paper or anything; but I just organically do it I don't write my standup on paper or anything; but I just organically do it on stage, have an idea, chat it up a little bit. I'm keeping notes. I'm trying to keep up with this world and try to bring out a special every year. — Jim Jefferies
Try'na Sayings By Omar Benson Miller: I'm learning that when you get out into the world and you try things, it's I'm learning that when you get out into the world and you try things, it's amazing that you'll find how strong you are when you have to be. — Omar Benson Miller
Try'na Sayings By Jon Favreau: I like reading reviews. If they're clearly hating on you, I try not to read I like reading reviews. If they're clearly hating on you, I try not to read that deeply. But if they really are trying to understand, it's interesting. — Jon Favreau
Try'na Sayings By Robert A. Heinlein: Never try to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and it annoys Never try to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and it annoys the pig. — Robert A. Heinlein
Try'na Sayings By Jan Van Mersbergen: Try to imagine, Robert says, what it feels like when they release the bulls. The Try to imagine, Robert says, what it feels like when they release the bulls. The noise is incredible. Your whole body's shaking. It's like your heart's racing but standing still at the same time. And then, when the people around you start moving and you know the bulls are coming, it just gets worse and worse. You hear the bulls coming closer. You feel the ground shaking beneath your feet. And when you see that first bull and it's time to run, everyone starts screaming. You can't even think. All you can do is run as fast as your legs will carry you. — Jan Van Mersbergen
Try'na Sayings By Brit Marling: Having spent a lot of time trying to figure out screenwriting, I do feel moved Having spent a lot of time trying to figure out screenwriting, I do feel moved and I want to try to write good roles for women of every age. — Brit Marling
Try'na Sayings By Honore De Balzac: When tempted to be unfaithful, the intellectual woman will try to inspire her husband with When tempted to be unfaithful, the intellectual woman will try to inspire her husband with indifference, the sentimental woman with hatred, and the passionate woman with disgust. — Honore De Balzac
Try'na Sayings By Maria Cristina Mena: And, suddenly, the bitterness in his heart was swept away by a flood of peace, And, suddenly, the bitterness in his heart was swept away by a flood of peace, while new and incredible sources of power were thrown open within him. Again the veil was lifted and he saw, more clearly now, those unknown reaches of his art, trailing eternally in tranquil, sovereign certitude toward the ever unfolding bosom of the Infinite. Could he ever reach them? Came the answer - he would try! And he saw his path fixed forever in the wake of the workers, great and humble, who had seen that vision and held it always in their hearts, having learned in the anguish of renunciation, the inner meaning of the saying: 'Whoso loseth his life shall find it. — Maria Cristina Mena
Try'na Sayings By Georges St-Pierre: As Aristotle wrote a long, long time ago, and I'm paraphrasing here, the goal is As Aristotle wrote a long, long time ago, and I'm paraphrasing here, the goal is to avoid mediocrity by being prepared to try something and either failing miserably or triumphing grandly. Mediocrity is not about failing, and it's the opposite of doing. Mediocrity, in other words, is about not trying. The reason is achingly simple, and I know you've heard it a thousand times before: what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. — Georges St-Pierre
Try'na Sayings By Alan Titchmarsh: I get nice letters, but really I have no idea. I just try to enthuse I get nice letters, but really I have no idea. I just try to enthuse people. You've been married for 31 years. — Alan Titchmarsh
Try'na Sayings By Arthur Ashe: It is not just the more talented player who wins. Some players may try a It is not just the more talented player who wins. Some players may try a little harder. — Arthur Ashe
Try'na Sayings By Patricia J. Telesco: Bean Throwing Day (Japan): Usually February 3 or q,. A day to toss away your Bean Throwing Day (Japan): Usually February 3 or q,. A day to toss away your bad luck and welcome good fortune. Try making a bean salad, then plant at least one of the beans in the earth near your home for providence all year.
So — Patricia J. Telesco
Try'na Sayings By Aaron Zigman: You try and nurture the relationship. This day and age we have to do a You try and nurture the relationship. This day and age we have to do a little more networking than we used to do. All that does is make sure you befriend the people you are working with on a project so you hopefully carry it over to the next one. — Aaron Zigman
Try'na Sayings By Jai Uttal: I feel many, many challenges in my career but I try not to obsess about I feel many, many challenges in my career but I try not to obsess about them. I deal with them, but not obsess. — Jai Uttal
Try'na Sayings By Hun Sen: I not only weaken the opposition, I'm going to make them dead ... and if I not only weaken the opposition, I'm going to make them dead ... and if anyone is strong enough to try to hold a demonstration, I will beat all those dogs and put them in a cage. — Hun Sen
Try'na Sayings By Brock Clarke: Good-bye,' I said to them, but they didn't seem to hear me, and why would Good-bye,' I said to them, but they didn't seem to hear me, and why would they have wanted to? Why would they have wanted to do with the world outside of each other? Outside each other, they were mean little human beings like the rest of us, the kind of people you both loathed and pitied. Separately, they were characters, and not in a good way. But together they were something to wonder at and maybe even envy. I had this unoriginal thought as I walked out the door and toward my van: love changes us, makes us into people whom others then want to love. That's why, to those of us without it, love is the voice asking, What else? What else? And to those of us who have had love and lost it or thrown it away, then love is the voice that leads us back to love, to see if it might still be ours or if we've lost it, love is also the thing that makes us speak in aphorisms about love, which is why we try to get love back, so we can stop speaking that way. Aphoristically, that is. — Brock Clarke
Try'na Sayings By Lil' Wayne: Life is a beach, and these hoes try'na lay out Life is a beach, and these hoes try'na lay out — Lil' Wayne
Try'na Sayings By An Na: Try becoming a person people want to be with rather than conforming yourself to the Try becoming a person people want to be with rather than conforming yourself to the false identity of what you conceive their ideal to be. — An Na
Try'na Sayings By Ming-Na Wen: I was hesitant to do 'Mulan II.' For me, I felt like the story that I was hesitant to do 'Mulan II.' For me, I felt like the story that needed to be told, this legendary character of Mulan, was already encompassed in the first movie, and I was worried they would try to create this crazy cartoon character out of this legendary character of China. — Ming-Na Wen
Try'na Sayings By Li Na: I just keep fighting and try to be the last one standing. I just keep fighting and try to be the last one standing. — Li Na
Try'na Sayings By The Script: They're kicking us out saying it's time to close We're leaning on each other try'na They're kicking us out saying it's time to close
We're leaning on each other try'na beat the cold
Carry your shoes and I give you my coat Walking these streets like they're paved gold
Anymore excuses is not to go
Neither one of us want to take that taxi home
Singing our hearts, standing on chairs
Spending the time like we were millionaires
Laughing our heads off, the two of us stared
Spending the time like we were millionaires
Lost my heart and I hope to die
Seeing that sunlight hit your eyes
Been up all night but you still look amazing to me
Half the time of the night you only dream
About if God came down he could take me now
Cause in my mind, yeah we will always be — The Script
Try'na Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Impossible," he said, and switched to Igbo. "Ama m atu inu. I even know proverbs." Impossible," he said, and switched to Igbo. "Ama m atu inu. I even know proverbs." "Yes. The basic one everybody knows. A frog does not run in the afternoon for nothing." "No. I know serious proverbs. Akota ife ka ubi, e lee oba. If something bigger than the farm is dug up, the barn is sold." "Ah, you want to try me?" she asked, laughing. "Acho afu adi ako n'akpa dibia. The medicine man's bag has all kinds of things." "Not bad," he said. "E gbuo dike n'ogu uno, e luo na ogu agu, e lote ya. If you kill a warrior in a local fight, you'll remember him when fighting enemies. — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie