Unhistorically Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Unhistorically Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Unhistorically Sayings By Jens Stoltenberg: When autumn darkness falls, what we will remember are the small acts of kindness: a When autumn darkness falls, what we will remember are the small acts of kindness: a cake, a hug, an invitation to talk, and every single rose. These are all expressions of a nation coming together and caring about its people. — Jens Stoltenberg
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Unhistorically Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: The beast lives unhistorically; for it 'goes into' the present, like a number, without leaving The beast lives unhistorically; for it 'goes into' the present, like a number, without leaving any curious remainder. — Friedrich Nietzsche
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Unhistorically Sayings By Laura Benanti: That was my intention, was to have it be from the perspective of my high-school-aged That was my intention, was to have it be from the perspective of my high-school-aged self, and to try and emulate the music that I listened to at that time. So to write essentially like a pop-punk song about musicals. I wanted the dichotomy of the tone of the music with the lyrics and my singing voice. — Laura Benanti
Unhistorically Sayings By Michael Johns: Seventy years ago this November, Vladimir Lenin created the modern totalitarian state, transforming simpler forms Seventy years ago this November, Vladimir Lenin created the modern totalitarian state, transforming simpler forms of tyranny into history's most sophisticated apparatus of rule by terror. — Michael Johns
Unhistorically Sayings By Vaclav Havel: Truth lies not only in what is said, but also in who says it, to Truth lies not only in what is said, but also in who says it, to whom, why, how and under what circumstances. — Vaclav Havel
Unhistorically Sayings By Frederick Lenz: In future years a number of you will become spiritual teachers. After many years of In future years a number of you will become spiritual teachers. After many years of study and doing a good job, go out into the world and teach people.You'll reach points of advancement where you'll be able to be of great help to many, many people. — Frederick Lenz
Unhistorically Sayings By Alfred Lord Tennyson: Oh that it were possible, After long grief and pain, To find the arms of Oh that it were possible, After long grief and pain, To find the arms of my true love, Around me once again — Alfred Lord Tennyson
Unhistorically Sayings By Gavin MacLeod: I always think that I love doing what I'm doing at the moment. The past I always think that I love doing what I'm doing at the moment. The past is over. I can't go play one of those characters again. But I can play this and I can continue to grow in what I'm doing at the moment and that's really what I'm thinking about now. — Gavin MacLeod
Unhistorically Sayings By Nate Ruess: My dad dragged me to a Bruce Springsteen concert as a kid. It was my My dad dragged me to a Bruce Springsteen concert as a kid. It was my first concert, but I fell asleep in the middle. My second concert was Weezer on the 'Pinkerton' tour, and 'Pinkerton' is the reason why I'm doing this. — Nate Ruess
Unhistorically Sayings By Helen Keller: If we do not like our work, and do not try to get happiness out If we do not like our work, and do not try to get happiness out of it, we are a menace to our profession as well as to ourselves. — Helen Keller
Unhistorically Sayings By Margaret Weis: Nothing on Krynn is more dangerous than a bored kender. Nothing on Krynn is more dangerous than a bored kender. — Margaret Weis
Unhistorically Sayings By Friedrich Nietzsche: P5 - It is matter for wonder: the moment that is here and gone, that P5 - It is matter for wonder: the moment that is here and gone, that was nothing before and nothing after, returns like a specter to trouble the quiet of a later moment ... the beast(animals) ... forgets at once and sees every moment really die, sink into night and mist, extinguished forever. The beast lives unhistorically ... — Friedrich Nietzsche
Unhistorically Sayings By Thomas B. Macaulay: More sinners are cursed at not because we despise their sins but because we envy More sinners are cursed at not because we despise their sins but because we envy their success at sinning. — Thomas B. Macaulay