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Welcome To Sayings By William J. Clinton: Our new immigrants must be part of our one America. After all, they're revitalizing our Our new immigrants must be part of our one America. After all, they're revitalizing our cities, they're energizing our culture, they're building up our economy. We have a responsibility to make them welcome here, and they have a responsibility to enter the mainstream of American life. That means learning English and learning about our democratic system of government. There are now long waiting lines of immigrants that are trying to do just that. Therefore, our budget significantly expands our efforts to help them meet their responsibility. I hope you will support it. — William J. Clinton
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Welcome To Sayings By Sarah MacLean: May I drive?" "You think I'd consider handing over the reins of this remarkable equipage?" May I drive?" "You think I'd consider handing over the reins of this remarkable equipage?" He replied with feigned superiority. For generations, the Earls of Blackmoor had prided themselves on having the most current and impressive modes of transportation. The most recent earl was no different, and the brand-new curricle in which they were riding was certain to be the envy of many. "Indeed. I think you'd enjoy the experience of teaching me how." "I've had this curricle for less than a week, Alex. You're not driving." Alex replied with a comic pout, "I shall convince you otherwise, my lord. I warn you." "Indeed? Well you are welcome to try, my lady." He — Sarah MacLean
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Welcome To Sayings By Sophie Oak: My name is Lieutenant Meyer. I'll be your rescuer today. This rescue of your person My name is Lieutenant Meyer. I'll be your rescuer today. This rescue of your person is brought to you by the United States Navy and SEAL Team 8. we hope you have a nice rescue, and please feel free to fill out the questionnaire at the end of the trip. Tips are welcome. — Sophie Oak
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Welcome To Sayings By Ashlan Thomas: My dreams were welcome; they were what felt real to me, and to wake in My dreams were welcome; they were what felt real to me, and to wake in a world where Abby was not mine was the dream, the true nightmare. — Ashlan Thomas
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Welcome To Sayings By John Cena: Welcome to the New Raw! Welcome to the New Raw! — John Cena
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Welcome To Sayings By Julie Kagawa: Ladies and Felines," he stated grandly, grasping the doorknob, "Welcome to Tir Na Nog. Land Ladies and Felines," he stated grandly, grasping the doorknob, "Welcome to Tir Na Nog. Land of endless winter and shitloads of snow. — Julie Kagawa
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Welcome To Sayings By Jean-Pierre De Caussade: Souls who can recognize God in the most trivial, the most grievous and the most Souls who can recognize God in the most trivial, the most grievous and the most mortifying things that happen to them in their lives, honor everything equally with delight and rejoicing, and welcome with open arms what others dread and avoid. — Jean-Pierre De Caussade
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Welcome To Sayings By Wendell Berry: To be creative is only to have health: to keep oneself fully alive in the To be creative is only to have health: to keep oneself fully alive in the Creation, to keep the Creation fully alive in oneself, to see the Creation anew, to welcome one's part in it anew. — Wendell Berry
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Welcome To Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: A single good government becomes ... a blessing to the whole earth, its welcome to A single good government becomes ... a blessing to the whole earth, its welcome to the oppressed restraining within certain limits the measure of their oppressions. But should even this be counteracted by violence on the right of expatriation, the other branch of our example then presents itself for imitation: to rise on their rulers and do as we have done. — Thomas Jefferson
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Welcome To Sayings By Erin Hunter: Oh, and welcome to the Three. Oh, and welcome to the Three. — Erin Hunter
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Welcome To Sayings By Joseph Cafasso: Never do anything that your heart tells you is displeasing to Mary; and in addition, Never do anything that your heart tells you is displeasing to Mary; and in addition, never deny her anything that you know she would welcome and desire from you. — Joseph Cafasso
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Welcome To Sayings By Lisa M. Klein: What is a man's life but a prelude to his death? And what is death What is a man's life but a prelude to his death? And what is death but a long sleep, a most welcome forgetfulness. — Lisa M. Klein
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Welcome To Sayings By David Wong: Welcome to Undisclosed. DreamsInterpreted for Beer. Welcome to Undisclosed. Dreams
Interpreted for Beer. — David Wong
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Welcome To Sayings By Con Template: Life is not always about a past filled with mysteries or a future filled with Life is not always about a past filled with mysteries or a future filled with endless dark possibilities ... it is also about a present filled with timeless distractions. — Con Template
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Welcome To Sayings By Charlaine Harris: [Eric] 'So you want me to go to a human orgy, where I will not [Eric] 'So you want me to go to a human orgy, where I will not be welcome, and you want us to leave before I get to enjoy myself?'

[Sookie] 'Yes,' I said, almost squeaking in my anxiety. In for a penny, in for a pound. 'And... do you think you could pretend to be gay? — Charlaine Harris
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Welcome To Sayings By Drew Carey: Welcome to 'Who's Line Is It Anyway' the show where everything's made up and the Welcome to 'Who's Line Is It Anyway' the show where everything's made up and the points don't matter. That's right the points are just like Canada. — Drew Carey
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Welcome To Sayings By Charlotte Bronte: Do not let me think of them too often, too much, too fondly,' I implored: Do not let me think of them too often, too much, too fondly,' I implored: 'let me be content with a temperate draught of this living stream: let me not run athirst, and apply passionately to its welcome waters: let me not imagine in them a sweeter taste than earth's fountains know. — Charlotte Bronte
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Welcome To Sayings By David Levithan: It's always something we have to negotiate - the fact that my parents are happy, It's always something we have to negotiate - the fact that my parents are happy, and yours have never been. I have something to live up to, and if I fail, I still have a family to welcome me home. You have a storyline to rewrite, and a lack of faith that it can ever be done. — David Levithan
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Welcome To Sayings By Cecelia Ahern: I've learned that home is not a place, it's a feeling. I can make the I've learned that home is not a place, it's a feeling. I can make the flat look as pretty as I can, put as many flower boxes on the window sill as I want, put a welcome mat outside the front door, hang a Home Sweet Home sign over the fireplace, and take to wearing aprons and baking cookies, but the truth is that I know I don't want to stay here forever. — Cecelia Ahern
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Welcome To Sayings By Chris Christie: As a former federal prosecutor, I welcome the opportunity to hold Hillary Rodham Clinton accountable As a former federal prosecutor, I welcome the opportunity to hold Hillary Rodham Clinton accountable for her performance and her character. — Chris Christie
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Welcome To Sayings By Chris Kluwe: To deny an entire group of people the ability to be legal couples is anti-American To deny an entire group of people the ability to be legal couples is anti-American and anti-freedom. As a devoted husband and father of two, I can't imagine the state of Minnesota not recognizing my love for my wife Isabelle. We would welcome and respect the equal rights for gays to experience the same joy and privileges of marriage that we do. — Chris Kluwe
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Welcome To Sayings By Bryan Kest: Welcome to your body. Welcome to your body. — Bryan Kest
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Welcome To Sayings By Joan Osborne: With me, it's so eclectic and all over the map that no one knows what With me, it's so eclectic and all over the map that no one knows what to expect, ... It may not be a great career move, but all these things - singing with the Funk Brothers and the Dead, singing a Dolly Parton song - is great. I'm welcome to all these different worlds, and that's been wonderful. — Joan Osborne
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Welcome To Sayings By Jes Fuhrmann: Keep your eyes focused to the light and may it welcome and shelter your days. Keep your eyes focused to the light and may it welcome and shelter your days. — Jes Fuhrmann
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Welcome To Sayings By Dan Millman: I don't even know if the sun will rise or whether I'll wake up in I don't even know if the sun will rise or whether I'll wake up in the morning. I don't know if God will grant me my next breath. So I choose to live on faith rather than knowledge - and accept whatever comes, welcome or not, bitter or sweet - all of it, a gift from God. — Dan Millman
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Welcome To Sayings By Jennifer Brown: Welcome to the Midwest, Mom used to say. Where the weather keeps you guessing and Welcome to the Midwest, Mom used to say. Where the weather keeps you guessing and you're almost always sure to hate it. — Jennifer Brown
Welcome To Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Welcome to the Knight Bus, emergency transport for the stranded witch or wizard. Just stick Welcome to the Knight Bus, emergency transport for the stranded witch or wizard. Just stick out your wand hand, step on board, and we can take you anywhere you want to go. My name is Stan Shunpike, and I will be your conductor this eve - — J.K. Rowling
Welcome To Sayings By Ana Ortega: We get attached to people, a job, material things and a certain state of being. We get attached to people, a job, material things and a certain state of being. And, when something around us changes we suffer.

Release the need to control people, release the believe there is only one job you can do, release the need to accumulate material things, welcome the unknown and set yourself free. — Ana Ortega
Welcome To Sayings By Susan Eaton: Welcome to Hartford. The poorest city in the wealthiest state in the richest country on Welcome to Hartford. The poorest city in the wealthiest state in the richest country on earth. — Susan Eaton
Welcome To Sayings By Susanna Clarke: John Longridge, the cook at Harley-street, had suffered from low spirits for more than thirty John Longridge, the cook at Harley-street, had suffered from low spirits for more than thirty years, and he was quick to welcome Stephen as a newcomer to the freemasonry of melancholy. — Susanna Clarke
Welcome To Sayings By George Sarton: The history of science should not be an instrument to defend any kind of social The history of science should not be an instrument to defend any kind of social or philosophic theory; it should be used only for its own purpose, to illustrate impartially the working of reason against unreason, the gradual unfolding of truth, in all its forms, whether pleasant or unpleasant, useful of useless, welcome or unwelcome. — George Sarton
Welcome To 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
Welcome To Sayings By H.G.Wells: We should strive to welcome change and challenges, because they are what help us grow. We should strive to welcome change and challenges, because they are what help us grow. With out them we grow weak like the Eloi in comfort and security. We need to constantly be challenging ourselves in order to strengthen our character and increase our intelligence. — H.G.Wells
Welcome To Sayings By R. Kelly: You make a right on L, make a left on O, come to a green You make a right on L, make a left on O, come to a green light and that's when you can go. You keep straight on V, until you come to E, that's when you see a big sign that say's welcome to Love Street. — R. Kelly
Welcome To Sayings By Gayle Forman: Sleep would be so welcome. A warm blanket of black to erase everything else. Sleep Sleep would be so welcome. A warm blanket of black to erase everything else. Sleep without dreams. I've heard people talk about the sleep of the dead. Is that what death would feel like? The nicest, warmest, heaviest never-ending nap? If that's what it's like, I wouldn't mind. If that's what dying is like, I wouldn't mind that at all. — Gayle Forman
Welcome To Sayings By Heinz Pagels: The capacity to tolerate complexity and welcome contradiction, not the need for simplicity and certainty, The capacity to tolerate complexity and welcome contradiction, not the need for simplicity and certainty, is the attribute of an explorer. Centuries ago, when some people suspended their search for absolute truth and began instead to ask how things worked, modern science was born. Curiously, it was by abandoning the search for absolute truth that science began to make progress, opening the material universe to human exploration. — Heinz Pagels
Welcome To Sayings By Nuruddin Farah: Death in Somalia seldom bothers to announce its arrival. In fact, death calls with the Death in Somalia seldom bothers to announce its arrival. In fact, death calls with the arrogance of a guest confident on receiving a warm welcome at any time, no question asked. — Nuruddin Farah
Welcome To Sayings By Marianne Williamson: We welcome you to this moment in your lives and to the place you have We welcome you to this moment in your lives and to the place you have come to in each other's hearts. We join with you on this day, as you commit before God and humanity that from this point forward you shall live as one. I remind all of our guests that you have been invited here for a holy purpose, not just to witness, but to participate fully with your thoughts and prayers, asking God to bless this couple and their married life. You are here because this couple feels close to you and asks that you join with them in this dedication of sacred purpose. You represent symbolically all the people in the world who will be touched in any way by the life of this couple. You represent their friends and family, now and forever. They have chosen this act of marriage and this public, holy ceremony in which to proclaim it. Together we all thank God who brought them together and ask Him always to guide their way. — Marianne Williamson
Welcome To Sayings By Carl Sagan: MacLean has shown that the R-complex plays an important role in aggressive behavior, territoriality, ritual MacLean has shown that the R-complex plays an important role in aggressive behavior, territoriality, ritual and the establishment of social hierarchies. Despite occasional welcome exceptions, this seems to me to characterize a great deal of modern human bureaucratic and political behavior. — Carl Sagan
Welcome To Sayings By Ken MacLeod: Imagine a world where speaking or writing words can literally or directly make things happen, Imagine a world where speaking or writing words can literally or directly make things happen, where getting one of those words wrong can wreak unbelievable havoc, but where the right spell you can summon immensely powerful agencies to work your will. Imagine further that this world is administered: there is an extensive division of labour, among the magicians themselves and between the magicians and those who coordinate their activity. It's bureaucratic, and also (therefore) chaotic, and it's full of people at desks muttering curses and writing invocations, all beavering away at a small part of the big picture. The coordinators, because they don't understand what's going on, are easy prey for smooth-talking preachers of bizarre cults that demand arbitrary sacrifices and vanish with large amounts of money. Welcome to the IT department. — Ken MacLeod
Welcome To Sayings By Con Template: No one said finding Paris would be easy; I only said it would be worth No one said finding Paris would be easy; I only said it would be worth it. — Con Template
Welcome To Sayings By Tim DeKay: I think for business reasons, fiscal reasons, I think these cable networks can take greater I think for business reasons, fiscal reasons, I think these cable networks can take greater risks and I think with a risk comes better programming. And I think USA has got an amazing identity to it now that is clearly defined with its 'Characters welcome' tag. — Tim DeKay
Welcome To Sayings By Gina Conkle: Mr. Ryland was a riddle to unfold, an attractive one at that. The lone candle Mr. Ryland was a riddle to unfold, an attractive one at that. The lone candle flickered behind him, outlining powerful shoulders, tempting solidness she wanted to test.
"But an evening of harmless flirtation isn't out of the question."
His gaze fixed on her. "I'd welcome an evening free of complications."
Did he just proposition her? — Gina Conkle
Welcome To Sayings By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Thanks to photography, some memories overstay their welcome. Thanks to photography, some memories overstay their welcome. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Welcome To Sayings By Rachel Elliott: Welcome to the fringes of reality, but who says that the fringes are even the Welcome to the fringes of reality, but who says that the fringes are even the fringes? Maybe they're the crux of it. Maybe they're the real deal. — Rachel Elliott
Welcome To Sayings By Victor Hugo: The Bishop, who was sitting close to him, gently touched his hand. "You could not The Bishop, who was sitting close to him, gently touched his hand. "You could not help telling me who you were. This is not my house; it is the house of Jesus Christ. This door does not demand of him who enters whether he has a name, but whether he has a grief. You suffer, you are hungry and thirsty; you are welcome. And do not thank me; do not say that I receive you in my house. No one is at home here, except the man who needs a refuge. I say to you, who are passing by, that you are much more at home here than I am myself. Everything here is yours. What need have I to know your name? Besides, before you told me you had one which I knew."
The man opened his eyes in astonishment.
"Really? You knew what I was called?"
"Yes," replied the Bishop, "you are called my brother. — Victor Hugo
Welcome To Sayings By Frederick Lenz: Who needs to go the horror movies? Just go outside or turn on the TV. Who needs to go the horror movies? Just go outside or turn on the TV. Buddha called it the "nightmare of the day." Welcome to incarnate experience. — Frederick Lenz
Welcome To Sayings By Calvin Miller: Most of these super-sovereigns feel that God can comment if he wants to, but God Most of these super-sovereigns feel that God can comment if he wants to, but God must avoid getting loud. While God is welcome to his opinions, he is only one voice, and he doesn't get extra points just for being God. The unstudied opinionated are prone to say, even to God, "Yes, but here's what I think." In such a world, classic apologetics has lost much of its force. — Calvin Miller
Welcome To Sayings By Orson Scott Card: Welcome to the human race. Nobody controls his own life, Ender. The best you can Welcome to the human race. Nobody controls his own life, Ender. The best you can do is choose to fill the roles given you by good people, by people who love you. — Orson Scott Card
Welcome To Sayings By Kiersten White: Hey. So. You're the new cook?" Oof, yes, ask the guy cooking if he's the Hey. So. You're the new cook?" Oof, yes, ask the guy cooking if he's the new cook.
"Yeah! Isn't this place amazing?"
"There ... was no sarcasm in that statement. I'm confused. — Kiersten White
Welcome To Sayings By Max Muller: In order to discover truth, we must be truthful ourselves, and must welcome those who In order to discover truth, we must be truthful ourselves, and must welcome those who point out our errors as heartily as those who approve and confirm our discoveries. — Max Muller
Welcome To Sayings By Simone Weil: The joy of meeting and the sorrow of separation ... we should welcome these gifts The joy of meeting and the sorrow of separation ... we should welcome these gifts ... with our whole soul, and experience to the full, and with the same gratitude, all the sweetness or bitterness as the case may be. Meeting and separation are two forms of friendship that contain the same good, in the one case through pleasure and in the other through sorrow ... Soon there will be distance between us. Let us love this distance which is wholly woven of friendship, for those who do not love each other are not separated. — Simone Weil
Welcome To Sayings By Elliott Kay: Rawr! I'm a duke of Hell, bitches!' and then he was like, 'This is my Rawr! I'm a duke of Hell, bitches!' and then he was like, 'This is my turf! Welcome to Castle Cocksucker!' and then he was all, 'You're all gonna die!' and then it was, 'Fuck, this sword hurts!' and finally he was like, 'Oh fuck, I'm dead! — Elliott Kay
Welcome To Sayings By Werley Nortreus: Welcome to America, where racism will never end, white don't respect black, where black skin Welcome to America, where racism will never end, white don't respect black, where black skin people are treated like criminals. — Werley Nortreus
Welcome To Sayings By Diana Rowland: Welcome to death. Welcome to death. — Diana Rowland
Welcome To Sayings By Gena Showalter: William clapped to gain everyone's attention. "All right, listen up. I've got good news and William clapped to gain everyone's attention. "All right, listen up. I've got good news and bad news. Because I'm such a positive person, we'll start with the good. Ashlyn survived the birthing, and so did her personal horde."
The hallway echoed with breathy sighs of relief ... none louder than Maddox's own.
"So what's the bad?" someone demanded.
After a dramatic pause, the warrior said, "I'm out of conditioner. I need someone to flash out of here and get me some. Hint, I'm looking at you, Lucien. And, yeah, you're welcome for my amazing contrib to your happy family. Little terrors clawed me up but good. — Gena Showalter
Welcome To Sayings By Paul Laurence Dunbar: You are sweet, O Love, dear Love,You are soft as the nesting dove.Come to my You are sweet, O Love, dear Love,You are soft as the nesting dove.Come to my heart and bring it restAs the bird flies home to its welcome nest. — Paul Laurence Dunbar
Welcome To Sayings By Donald Trump: To all those Bernie Sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by To all those Bernie Sanders voters who have been left out in the cold by a rigged system of superdelegates, we welcome you with open arms. — Donald Trump
Welcome To Sayings By Cassie Alexander: Welcome to the secret wing of County Hospital ....Where vampires get transfused, werewolves have silver Welcome to the secret wing of County Hospital ....Where vampires get transfused, werewolves have silver allergies, and one nurse is way over her head ! — Cassie Alexander
Welcome To Sayings By Sonal Panse: We have no business squatting on other people's land and we have only ourselves to We have no business squatting on other people's land and we have only ourselves to blame if they take a dim view of it. I mean, c'mon, what would you do if someone barged into our house and just took it over? How would you react? Are you going to say, welcome, intruders, take it all, we'll gladly confine ourselves to the bathroom. That is, until you want us out of the bathroom as well. Then we will happily kill ourselves and leave you to deal with our bodies as you please. Is that what you would say? Of course not. You would make a complete ruckus. So why are you surprised when other people do the same? — Sonal Panse
Welcome To Sayings By Debasish Mridha: To welcome the present with an open hand and heart, let your past go with To welcome the present with an open hand and heart, let your past go with appreciation. — Debasish Mridha
Welcome To Sayings By Anonymous: We will die soon; and still our "hope is from him." May we not expect We will die soon; and still our "hope is from him." May we not expect that when we face illness He will send angels to carry us to His bosom? We believe that when the pulse is faint and the heart is weak, some angelic messenger shall stand and look with loving eyes upon us and whisper, "Come away!" As we approach the heavenly gate, we expect to hear the welcome invitation, "Come, you who are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world."1 We are expecting harps of gold and crowns of glory; we are hoping soon to be among the company of shining ones before the throne; we are looking forward and longing for the time when we shall be like our glorious Lord - for "We shall see him as he is."2 Then if these are your hopes, O my soul, live for God; live with the desire and resolve to glorify Him from whose grace in your election, redemption, and calling you safely "hope" for the coming glory. — Anonymous
Welcome To Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Welcome!" he said. "Welcome to a new year at Hogwarts! Before we begin our banquet, Welcome!" he said. "Welcome to a new year at Hogwarts! Before we begin our banquet, I would like to say a few words. And here they are: Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak! "Thank you! — J.K. Rowling
Welcome To Sayings By Natalie Standiford: A toast to the birthday boy!' Myrna shouted. 'Welcome to the adult world, hon. It's A toast to the birthday boy!' Myrna shouted. 'Welcome to the adult world, hon. It's lonely, it's miserable, and God help you. But there are bright spots, and nights like tonight are one of them. — Natalie Standiford
Welcome To Sayings By Ian McEwan: In a nuclear age, and in an age of serious environmental degradation, apocalyptic belief creates In a nuclear age, and in an age of serious environmental degradation, apocalyptic belief creates a serious second order danger. The precarious logic of self-interest that saw us through the Cold War would collapse if the leaders of one nuclear state came to welcome, or ceased to fear mass death. — Ian McEwan
Welcome To Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: On that walk around the building, two sets of cops coming out stopped to tell On that walk around the building, two sets of cops coming out stopped to tell our guys to hustle us inside so they could head back out on the road. Accidents everywhere. A pileup on
each of two major roads. "Welcome to winter," one said. "When fifty percent of drivers should have their licenses temporarily suspended. — Kelley Armstrong
Welcome To Sayings By Andrew Carnegie: While the law [of competition] may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best While the law [of competition] may be sometimes hard for the individual, it is best for the race, because it insures the survival of the fittest in every department. We accept and welcome, therefore, as conditions to which we must accommodate ourselves, great inequality of environment, the concentration of business, industrial and commercial, in the hands of a few, and the law of competition between these, as being not only beneficial, but essential for the future progress of the race. — Andrew Carnegie
Welcome To Sayings By Jean Vanier: Community as openness ... Communities are truly communities when they open to others, when they Community as openness ...
Communities are truly communities when they open to others, when they remain vulnerable and humble; when the members are growing in love, in compassion and in humility. Communities cease to be such when members close in upon themselves with the certitude that they alone have wisdom and truth and expect everyone to be like them and learn from them.
The fundamental attitudes of true community, where there is true belonging, are openness, welcome, and listening to God, to the universe, to each other and to other communities. Community life is inspired by the universal and is open to the universal. It is based on forgiveness and openness to those who are different, to the poor and the weak. Sects put up walls and barriers out of fear, out of a need to prove themselves and to create a false security. Community is the breaking down of barriers to welcome difference. — Jean Vanier
Welcome To Sayings By Brennan Manning: It is not reserved for those who are well-known mystics or for those who do It is not reserved for those who are well-known mystics or for those who do wonderful things for the poor. ... [It is for] those poor enough to welcome Jesus. It is for people living ordinary lives and who feel lonely. It is for all those who are old, hospitalized or out of work, who open their hearts in trust to Jesus and cry out for his healing love.[1] - Jean Vanier — Brennan Manning
Welcome To Sayings By Bill Struth: Our very success, gained you will agree by skill, will draw more people than ever Our very success, gained you will agree by skill, will draw more people than ever to see it. And that will benefit many more clubs than Rangers. Let the others come after us. We welcome the chase. It is healthy for us. We will never hide from it. Never fear, inevitably we shall have our years of failure, and when they arrive, we must reveal tolerance and sanity. No matter the days of anxiety that come our way, we shall emerge stronger because of the trials to be overcome. That has been the philosophy of the Rangers since the days of the gallant pioneers. — Bill Struth
Welcome To Sayings By Lasean Rinique: Welcome and embrace closed doors, as they are gateways to new opportunities. Welcome and embrace closed doors, as they are gateways to new opportunities. — Lasean Rinique
Welcome To Sayings By Jessi Gage: His Malina was a mystery, a lovely and welcome mystery. He couldn't resist smoothing his His Malina was a mystery, a lovely and welcome mystery. He couldn't resist smoothing his palm over her silky hair. Stroking her like that, over and over again filled him with peace. Concerns about his mill and Steafan and all that Wilhelm might expect from him floated away on a cloud of contentment. Until he felt warm wetness on his skin where her face nestled. "Are ye weeping?" "No," she said, but her voice caught on a sob. "There," he said, "now we have both told a lie to the other. We are even." Whatever had her distraught, her heart wasn't so heavy that she couldn't give a small chuckle. "Maybe I'm crying just a little," she said. "It's fine, though. Don't worry. Get some sleep." "I canna. My da told me a good husband doesna lay his head down for the night if his household isna in order and his wife isna content." "He sounds like a very responsible man. Like father, like son." No one had given him as much to feel proud over as this woman. — Jessi Gage
Welcome To Sayings By George Washington: My manner of living is plain. I do not mean to be put out of My manner of living is plain. I do not mean to be put out of it. A glass of wine and a bit of mutton are always ready; and such as will be content to partake of them are always welcome. Those, who expect more, will be disappointed, but no change will be effected by it. — George Washington
Welcome To Sayings By Arj Barker: There are so many types of shoes. There's so many categories, and I really have There are so many types of shoes. There's so many categories, and I really have no idea what type of shoe I need at any given time. And I go in there - I find it a little bit overwhelming. 'Welcome to the shoe store! What are you looking for? Are you looking for walking shoes?' Well, uh, I'd like to have that option. Hopefully, they're adjustable. I mean, I'd like to be able to turn them up to other settings, as well. — Arj Barker
Welcome To Sayings By David Friedrich Strauss: After the privatization of public education everyone will get to choose a school that reflects After the privatization of public education everyone will get to choose a school that reflects only your own social values. No need for the competition of ideas or critical thinking. So the curriculum will be up to the school to determine. I am certain that the growing percentage of us who have McJobs will welcome this opportunity to spend a large portion of our income on education and choose an ideology at the same time. — David Friedrich Strauss
Welcome To Sayings By Philip Yancey: The down-and-out, who flocked to Jesus when he lived on earth, no longer feel welcome. The down-and-out, who flocked to Jesus when he lived on earth, no longer feel welcome. How did Jesus, the only perfect person in history, manage to attract the notoriously imperfect? And what keeps us from following in his steps today? — Philip Yancey
Welcome To Sayings By Caroline Anne Southey: After long absence, of return / To my dear home - Oh, happiness! / To After long absence, of return / To my dear home - Oh, happiness! / To lie in blissful consciousness / Of all around: The picture there - / The books - the flower-glass filled with care / By a kind hand - And then to know, / 'Twas but to rise, and meet below / Such a heart's welcome! — Caroline Anne Southey
Welcome To Sayings By Homer: Sensitive love letters are my specialty. 'Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you.' Sensitive love letters are my specialty. 'Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you.' — Homer
Welcome To Sayings By Con Template: You can call me Boss though, seeing as though you're only the assistant. You can call me Boss though, seeing as though you're only the assistant. — Con Template
Welcome To Sayings By Victor Hugo: This is not my house; it is the house of Jesus Christ. This door does This is not my house; it is the house of Jesus Christ. This door does not demand of him who enters whether he has a name, but whether he has a grief. You suffer, you are hungry and thirsty; you are welcome. And do not thank me; do not say that I receive you in my house. No one is at home here, except the man who needs a refuge. I say to you, who are passing by, that you are much more at home here than I am myself. — Victor Hugo
Welcome To Sayings By William Blake: The sun does arise,And make happy the skies.The merry bells ringTo welcome the spring.The skylark The sun does arise,
And make happy the skies.
The merry bells ring
To welcome the spring.
The skylark and thrush,
The birds of the bush,
Sing louder around,
To the bells' cheerful sound,
While our sports shall be seen
On the echoing green. — William Blake
Welcome To Sayings By Nalini Singh: Dorian looked down at the boy and felt the trapped leopard inside him rise in Dorian looked down at the boy and felt the trapped leopard inside him rise in a protective crouch. Then I guess he stays with us. Welcome to DarkRiver, Keenan Aleine. — Nalini Singh
Welcome To Sayings By John Merrow: Anyone who fears, as I do, that today's public schools are dangerously close to being Anyone who fears, as I do, that today's public schools are dangerously close to being irrelevant must read this book. The authors provide a road map-and a lifeline-showing how schools can prosper under the most difficult conditions. It is a welcome departure from all the school bashing. — John Merrow
Welcome To Sayings By Paul Borthwick: We completed meetings with leaders from over a dozen ministries over a ten-day period. Toward We completed meetings with leaders from over a dozen ministries over a ten-day period. Toward the end of our journey, we asked our Sri Lankan host for his feedback. After about the fourth day, he had become convinced that we were actually there to listen, so his feedback was honest. He said (and I'm paraphrasing):
Paul and Christie, you and your leadership training are welcome here in Sri Lanka. If you host your training in a nice Colombo (Sri Lanka's capital) hotel with a nice venue and a buffet lunch, we can get fifty to one hundred pastors and ministry leaders to come. They will come, and you can get some great pictures for
your newsletter. Then, after the seminar, they will take your manual home with them and put it on the shelf with [U.S. megachurch pastor's] training manual and [another U.S. megachurch pastor's] training manual and [a well-known U.S. leadership trainer's] training manual, and they will go about their own ministry in their own way. — Paul Borthwick
Welcome To Sayings By Chris Jericho: Welcome to RAW is Jericho! And I was just listening to your list of problems Welcome to RAW is Jericho! And I was just listening to your list of problems and grievances that you have with all my Jerichoholics, and I have a solution - and that solution is to SHUT THE HELL UP. But finally, Al Snow, tomorrow people WILL be acknowledging you - they WILL be talking about the greatest moment of '99 - they'll be talking about the night that Al Snow was brutally beaten by the Ayatollah of Rock n Rolla. — Chris Jericho
Welcome To Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: Here was a tranquil, sunshiny day of a life that was to be agitated and Here was a tranquil, sunshiny day of a life that was to be agitated and stormy - a happy hour or two to remember. Not much happened during the happy hour or two. It was only sweet sleep, pleasant waking, friendly welcome, serene pastime. — William Makepeace Thackeray
Welcome To Sayings By Maya Angelou: I would welcome a friendship with Lynne Hinton. I would welcome an invitation to sit I would welcome a friendship with Lynne Hinton. I would welcome an invitation to sit down at her table, but mostly I would welcome her next book. — Maya Angelou
Welcome To Sayings By Ouida: Humiliation is a guest that only comes to those who have made ready his resting-place, Humiliation is a guest that only comes to those who have made ready his resting-place, and will give him a fair welcome ... no one can disgrace you save yourself. — Ouida
Welcome To Sayings By Jayde Scott: Great way to impress your future brother-in-law, by the way," Kieran continued. "You look like Great way to impress your future brother-in-law, by the way," Kieran continued. "You look like you took a blood bath. The only thing missing is the axe. Would Dallas really let his little sister date a crazed murderer who hacks bodies in the basement? You need to change that shirt pronto. And oh, you're welcome. I just saved you from making a complete and utter fool of yourself, but don't mention it."
I curled my lips into a fake smile. "Thanks. It's so nice to know you've got my back."
Kieran regarded me coolly. "A hobby might help ease all that hunger. Have you ever considered fixing cars, or woodworking, or maybe a DIY project around the house?"
"You're getting a big laugh out of this, aren't you?"
Kieran shrugged. "There's nothing on TV. — Jayde Scott
Welcome To Sayings By Markus Zusak: When I'm there, Rube's eyes fire into mine. Make sure you get up, they tell When I'm there, Rube's eyes fire into mine. Make sure you get up, they tell me, and I nod, then jump up. The jacket's off. My skin's warm. My wolfish hair sticks up as always, nice and thick. I'm ready now. I'm ready to keep standing up, no matter what, I'm ready to believe that I welcome the pain and that I want it so much that I will look for it. I will seek it out. I'll run to it and throw myself into it. I'll stand in front of it in blind terror and let it beat me down and down till my courage hangs off me in rags. Then it will dismantle me and stand me up naked, beat me some more and my slaughter-blood will fly from my mouth and the pain will drink it, feel it, steal it and conceal it in the pockets of its guts and it will taste me. It will just keep standing me up, and I won't let it know. I won't tell it that I feel it. I won't give it the satisfaction. No, the pain will have to kill me. — Markus Zusak
Welcome To Sayings By Stacia Kane: Welcome back to Personal Demons." Megan said into the microphone. "Our next caller is Regina. Welcome back to Personal Demons." Megan said into the microphone. "Our next caller is Regina. Hi, Regina, how can I slay your personal demons?"
The words tasted like shame. — Stacia Kane
Welcome To Sayings By Jim Bouton: Jim Pagliaroni joined the club tonight and is going to be a welcome addition. He Jim Pagliaroni joined the club tonight and is going to be a welcome addition. He was describing a girl that one of the ballplayers had been out with and said, "It's hard to say exactly what she looked like. She was kind of Joe Torre with tits." This joke can only be explained with a picture of Joe Torre. But I'm not sure any exist. He dissolves camera lenses. — Jim Bouton
Welcome To Sayings By John Scott: In my books I might hold the mirror to my own face. If others would In my books I might hold the mirror to my own face. If others would like to borrow the mirror, they're welcome. The books aren't there to accuse others - merely to raise issues and keep the debates alive. — John Scott
Welcome To Sayings By Kelley Armstrong: He's having a vision," I said. "That's what happens." (Maya)"Attractive, I know," Corey said between He's having a vision," I said. "That's what happens." (Maya)
"Attractive, I know," Corey said between gritted teeth. "And now I get new witnesses to my humiliation. Wonderful."
"We're used to it," Chloe said. "Derek used to do that when he Changed. Only worse."
"Thank you for sharing," Derek muttered.
She grinned. "You're welcome. — Kelley Armstrong
Welcome To Sayings By Kevin Hearne: I quietly cast camouflage on myself, which is the nearest I can come to invisibility. I quietly cast camouflage on myself, which is the nearest I can come to invisibility. It binds my pigment to my surroundings, so that I become practically invisible when I remain still. People can see me if I move quickly, but if I imitate the Rock of Gibraltar they have to really know I'm there to spot me. I figured it was best: Naked women rarely welcome the approach of strange naked men, except in porn movies. — Kevin Hearne
Welcome To Sayings By Bobby Jindal: I want to create a culture of life where every innocent human life is welcome I want to create a culture of life where every innocent human life is welcome to the world. I know those are difficult cases, but I am prolife. And I understand we've got to go through the Supreme Court. — Bobby Jindal
Welcome To Sayings By Brian Tracy: Welcome the challenges. Look for the opportunities in every situation to learn and grow in Welcome the challenges. Look for the opportunities in every situation to learn and grow in wisdom. — Brian Tracy
Welcome To Sayings By J.R. Ward: Welcome to the wonderful world of jealousy, he thought. For the price of admission, you Welcome to the wonderful world of jealousy, he thought. For the price of admission, you get a splitting headache, a nearly irresistable urge to commit murder, and an inferiority complex. Yippee. — J.R. Ward
Welcome To Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Asleep was the way Harry liked the Dursleys best; it wasn't as though they were Asleep was the way Harry liked the Dursleys best; it wasn't as though they were ever any help to him awake. Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia, and Dudley were Harry's only living relatives. They were Muggles who hated and despised magic in any form, which meant that Harry was about as welcome in their house as dry rot. They had explained away Harry's long absences at Hogwarts over the last three years by telling everyone that he went to St. Brutus's Secure Center for Incurably Criminal Boys. They knew perfectly well that, as an underage wizard, Harry wasn't allowed to use magic outside Hogwarts, but they were still apt to blame him for anything that went wrong about the house. Harry had never been able to confide in them or tell them anything about his life in the Wizarding world. The very idea of going to them when they awoke, and telling them about his scar hurting him, and about his worries about Voldemort, was laughable. — J.K. Rowling
Welcome To Sayings By Lauren Oliver: Welcome to the resistance, Lena,' he whispers to me. 'I'll try to make this quick. Welcome to the resistance, Lena,' he whispers to me. 'I'll try to make this quick. — Lauren Oliver