Walking Away From A Fight Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Walking Away From A Fight Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Andre Ward: The part that sickens me about boxing is guys fight their whole careers and they The part that sickens me about boxing is guys fight their whole careers and they have nothing to show for it. That's not going to be my testimony. When it's time to get out of the game, I want to be able to walk away. I'm not going to jeopardize my health. I will have no problems walking away. — Andre Ward
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Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By David Wong: Which would prove I'm a monster, Arnie? Sacrificing the people I love for the fight? Which would prove I'm a monster, Arnie? Sacrificing the people I love for the fight? Or walking away from the fight to save the people i love? — David Wong
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Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Nina Levine: I hope you know that I will never let you go. Even if shit gets I hope you know that I will never let you go. Even if shit gets bad, I'm not letting you go. I will fucking kill anything or anyone that comes between us if I have to. And if you ever think about walking away, you'll have a fucking fight on your hands, babe. — Nina Levine
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Kristin Harmel: It reminds me suddenly that in real life, Patrick and I used to fight sometimes, It reminds me suddenly that in real life, Patrick and I used to fight sometimes, big and messy ... And I hadn't been scared to argue with him, because I'd never feared him walking away.
So why am I so scared to fight with Dan now? Or with anyone in my life, for that matter? I've spend the last decade thinking of myself as even-tempered and reasonable. But what if I've just been a chicken? What if I'm so terrified of losing the people I love that I've been slowly giving away pieces of myself just to avoid confrontation? — Kristin Harmel
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Jonathan Gottschall: Whenever I was confronted in the schoolyard, I found some way to avoid the fight. Whenever I was confronted in the schoolyard, I found some way to avoid the fight. I ran for it. I backed down. Psychologically and emotionally, that isn't a low-cost course of action for most boys. You avoid a physical beating, but you pay a real social and psychological cost for it. Those moments of walking away from fights, even though I knew it was the rational and civilized thing to do, cost me tremendously. — Jonathan Gottschall
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Marie Lu: John glances at me. "We're not going to make it." Between us, Day has faded John glances at me. "We're not going to make it." Between us, Day has faded into a semiconscious state. If the brothers continue on and I run back to fight the soldiers, I'll probably only take down a few before they overwhelm me. They'll still reach John and Day.
John stops walking, and I feel Day's weight shift over to me. "What - " I begin to say, until I see John pull the blindfold off of Day's neck. Then he turns around. My eyes widen. I know what he's going to do. "No, stay with us!"
"You need more time," John says. "They want an execution? They'll get one." He starts running away from us. Back down the hall. — Marie Lu
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Simon Pegg: Films used to be about challenging, emotional journeys or moral questions that might make you Films used to be about challenging, emotional journeys or moral questions that might make you walk away and re-evaluate how you felt about ... whatever. Now we're walking out of the cinema really not thinking about anything, other than the fact that the Hulk had a fight with a robot. — Simon Pegg
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Rob Grimes: I walked the length of the ward, towards the exit with what I imagined to I walked the length of the ward, towards the exit with what I imagined to be the stoic, dignified stride of a gunslinger walking away from his last fight, determined to make it outside before I broke into a million pieces, I almost made it too. — Rob Grimes
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Jamie McGuire: First, it's okay to be sad. It's okay to feel things. Remember that. Second, be First, it's okay to be sad. It's okay to feel things. Remember that. Second, be a kid for as long as you can. Play games, Travis. Be silly" - her eyes glossed over - "and you and your brothers take care of each other, and your father. Even when you grow up and move away, it's important to come home. Okay?"
My head bobbed up and down, desperate to please her.
"One of these days you're going to fall in love, son. Don't settle for just anyone. Choose the girl that doesn't come easy, the one you have to fight for, and then never stop fighting. Never" - she took a deep breath - "stop fighting for what you want. And never" - her eyebrows pulled in - "forget that Mommy loves you. Even if you can't see me." A tear fell down her cheek. "I will always, always love you. — Jamie McGuire
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Jeff Lacy: You know I like that fight and I'm confident of walking away with two super-middleweight You know I like that fight and I'm confident of walking away with two super-middleweight titles — Jeff Lacy
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Samuel R. Delany: And what have I invested in interpreting disfocus for chaos? This threat: the only lesson And what have I invested in interpreting disfocus for chaos? This threat: the only lesson is to wait. I crouch in the smoggy terminus. The streets lose edges, the rims of thought flake. What have I set myself to fix in this dirty notebook that is not mine? Does the revelation that, though it cannot be done with words, it might be accomplished in some lingual gap, give me the right, in injury, walking with a woman and her dog in pain? Rather the long doubts: that this labor tears up the mind's moorings; that, though life may be important in the scheme, awareness is an imperfect tool with which to face it. To reflect is to fight away the sheets of silver, the carbonated distractions, the feeling that, somehow, a thumb is pressed on the right eye. This exhaustion melts what binds, releases what flows. — Samuel R. Delany
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Anand Giridharadas: The young now approached love in the way they approached success and consumption and the The young now approached love in the way they approached success and consumption and the future itself: with an underlying assumption of abundance. They expected more out of love than earlier generations did and were willing to fight to secure it, but when it failed they were equally at ease in walking away. It was one strike and you're out. They rejected the moral vocabulary of an older generation: patience, tolerance, adjustment. — Anand Giridharadas
Walking Away From A Fight Sayings By Samantha Young: You're not ready to hear this yet," he concluded. "But I do need you to You're not ready to hear this yet," he concluded. "But I do need you to know that I'm going to fight for you. I'm not making the mistake of walking away from you again. The only man in your future is me, Liv. The only kids in your future are mine. — Samantha Young