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Why Am I Sayings By Anna Banks: Everyone is wondering where the Royal twins are, since they happened to miss Grom's kingship Everyone is wondering where the Royal twins are, since they happened to miss Grom's kingship ceremony. At least I had the good sense to hold a private mating ceremony-in view of Rayna's absence and all."
Galen scowls. "He's right. We need to go home for a few days. Our father isn't as protective as your mother, but he likes to see us once in a while. Especially Rayna. She's spoiled."
Rayna nods. "It's true. I am. Besides, I need to get our mating-seal overturned."
"Aw, princess, I thought we had a good time today. You know I'll make sure you're still spoiled. Why would you want to unseal us?" Toraf says. She lets him take some of her load but turns up her nose at his attempt to kiss her cheek.
Galen ignores their marriage meltdown. — Anna Banks
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Why Am I Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Then tell me this: How do I outthink an enemy I know is smarter than Then tell me this: How do I outthink an enemy I know is smarter than I am?' ...
I face some of the most crafty people who have ever lived. My current foe understands the minds of others in a way that I cannot hope to match. So how do I defeat her? She will vanish the moment I threaten her, running to one of a dozen other refuges that she is sure to have set up ...
I have to peer into her eyes, see into her soul, and know that it's her that I face and not some decoy. I have to do that without frightening her into running. How?'
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The question remains,' he said, voice soft but tense. 'How would you fight her, Nynaeve?'
I don't care to play your games, Rand al'Thor,' Nynaeve replied with a huff. 'You've obviously already decided what you intend to do. Why ask me?'
Because what I'm about to do should frighten me,' he said. 'It doesn't. — Brandon Sanderson
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Why Am I Sayings By Steve Tesich: So I made an outline. Well, you know, days are going by, and I am So I made an outline. Well, you know, days are going by, and I am not writing anything because this thing is laid out in front of me. It's as if you get every brochure for a trip you are going to go on and you get the minutest details of every step along the way. Well, I really doubt you're going to then get in the car and go. You know, it's like, why bother if it's all laid out in front of you? — Steve Tesich
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Why Am I Sayings By Yelawolf: My homies in Gadsden aren't as exposed as I am culturally, which is awesome - My homies in Gadsden aren't as exposed as I am culturally, which is awesome - that's why I love going home. I'm in the kitchen with people who don't know anything but the simple life, what's important to them, and what's dope. — Yelawolf
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Why Am I Sayings By Zybejta Life with out friend, is like life with out God! But your love for them is different from God, because I always place God first in my life and that's why I am able to love you! — Zybejta "Beta" Metani' Marashi
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Why Am I Sayings By Eve Ensler: Terence McKenna says, "The culture is not your friend." I am not sure we can Terence McKenna says, "The culture is not your friend." I am not sure we can change this culture. But I think we can rise above it and create a new world. That's why I so deeply believe in alternative spaces. That's why I believe in the power of art and activism. — Eve Ensler
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Why Am I Sayings By Anna Kendrick: Okay, I am happy with the way I look, but I have never, never, ever Okay, I am happy with the way I look, but I have never, never, ever thought of myself as a 'pretty girl.' Honestly. When I read some of these scripts I'm sent, and they describe the heroine as 'incredibly beautiful,' I wonder why they sent it to me. — Anna Kendrick
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Why Am I Sayings By Jack Vance: Observe! I hold the magic tablet of truth! You are Monster; I am Man. Each Observe! I hold the magic tablet of truth! You are Monster; I am Man. Each is alone; each sees dawn and dusk; each feels pain and pain's ease. Why should one be victor and the other victim? We will never agree; never shall you know gain by the toil of man! Submit to the what-must-be! If you fail to heed, then you must taste a bitter brew and never again walk the sands of dark Sigil. — Jack Vance
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Why Am I Sayings By Adam Levine: I spend most of my life naked. In fact, I often have to be told I spend most of my life naked. In fact, I often have to be told by the people around me that it's inappropriate to be as naked as I am. But I live in California, where it's always warm, so why not? — Adam Levine
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Why Am I Sayings By Christiane Nusslein-Volhard: I am often asked why there is discrimination against women in science. And I have I am often asked why there is discrimination against women in science. And I have given it some thought. With prejudicial attitudes, you can't really do much. You can point out when people discriminate and ask them not to. — Christiane Nusslein-Volhard
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Why Am I Sayings By Karen Chance: You'll be all right, Cassie.""No! I won't be! I need you-""Why? What can I give You'll be all right, Cassie."
"No! I won't be! I need you-"
"Why? What can I give you that others can't?"
"What?"
Green eyes suddenly burned into mine. "It's a simple question. You said you need me. Why?"
"I-I told you. This job-"
"Which you're handling admirably."
"I am not! I couldn't even get to my parents without help!"
"There are other demon experts-Jonas for one."
"But I need you!"
(...)
"Then give me a reason."
"I...there's so many-"
"Name one."
"I can name a hundred-"
"I didn't ask for a hundred; I asked for one. And you can't give it to me."
"Yes, I can!"
"Then do it!"
"I..." I stared at him, because he looked like there was a lot riding on my answer. Maybe everything. — Karen Chance
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Why Am I Sayings By Julia Cameron: I learned, when hit by loss, to ask the right question: "What next?" instead of I learned, when hit by loss, to ask the right question: "What next?" instead of "Why me?" ... Whenever I am willing to ask "What is necessary next?" I have moved ahead. Whenever I have taken no for a final answer I have stalled and gotten stuck. — Julia Cameron
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Why Am I Sayings By Agatha Christie: Trains are relentless things, aren't they, Monsieur Poirot? People are murdered and die, but they Trains are relentless things, aren't they, Monsieur Poirot? People are murdered and die, but they go on just the same. I am talking nonsense, but you know what I mean."
"Yes, yes, I know. Life is like a train, Mademoiselle. It goes on. And it is a good thing that that is so."
"Why?"
"Because the train gets to its journey's end at last, and there is a proverb about that in your language, Mademoiselle."
"'Journey's end in lovers meeting.'" Lenox laughed. "That is not going to be true for me."
"Yes
yes, it is true. You are young, younger than you yourself know. Trust the train, Mademoiselle, for it is le bon Dieu who drives it."
The whistle of the engine came again.
"Trust the train, Mademoiselle," murmured Poirot again. "And trust Hercule Poirot. He knows. — Agatha Christie
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Why Am I Sayings By Josef Koudelka: I have never had any hero in my life or in photography. I just travel, I have never had any hero in my life or in photography. I just travel, I look and everything influences me. Everything influences me. I am quite different now than I was 40 years ago. For 40 years I have been traveling. I never stay in one country more than three months. Why? Because I was interested in seeing, and if I stay longer I become blind. — Josef Koudelka
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Why Am I Sayings By Ai Yazawa: Just don't keep me in the dark about things.Otherwise, why am I with you? Just don't keep me in the dark about things.
Otherwise, why am I with you? — Ai Yazawa
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Why Am I Sayings By Rick Riordan: My heroes, our time together is short," Juno said. "I am grateful that you called My heroes, our time together is short," Juno said. "I am grateful that you called upon me. I have spent weeks in a state of pain and confusion...my Greek and Roman natures warring against each other. Worse, I've been forced to hide from Jupiter, who searches for me in his misguided wrath, believing that I caused this war with Gaea." "Gee," Annabeth said, "why would he think that? — Rick Riordan
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Why Am I Sayings By Forrest Carr: Dr. Patel nodded. "You are a very smart man, John. I am curious to know Dr. Patel nodded. "You are a very smart man, John. I am curious to know why you never went to college?" John shrugged. "I thought I would. But I fell in love and got married." He started to say more, but his throat caught. Swallowing hard, he continued with difficulty. "Plans change. — Forrest Carr
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Why Am I Sayings By Gloria Steinem: I myself cried when I got angry, then became unable to explain why I was I myself cried when I got angry, then became unable to explain why I was angry in the first place. Later I would discover this was endemic among female human beings. Anger is supposed to be "unfeminine" so we suppress it -until it overflows. I could see that not speaking up made my mother feel worse. This was my first hint of the truism that depression is anger turned inward; thus women are twice as likely to be depressed. My mother paid a high price for caring so much, yet being able to do so little about it. In this way, she led me toward am activist place where she herself could never go. — Gloria Steinem
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Why Am I Sayings By Zoe Sugg: No, but I am,' Elliot says, quick as a flash. 'That's why I need Penny's No, but I am,' Elliot says, quick as a flash. 'That's why I need Penny's help.' 'Oh.' Dad frowns and scratches his head. He doesn't look convinced at all. 'Well, when you've sorted your French crisis, come down and have some breakfast. I'm making eggs over easy,' he says in an American accent, 'and we need to talk about New York.' 'Will do,' I call over my shoulder as Elliot and I race up the second flight of stairs. As soon as we're in my room, I shut the door tight. 'Why didn't you tell me?' Elliot says. 'I was too embarrassed.' I sink down on to — Zoe Sugg
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Why Am I Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: If there is wrong [ill] on the inside, the outside will appear wrong. Therefore, you If there is wrong [ill] on the inside, the outside will appear wrong. Therefore, you should inquire within 'why am I bothered, when others are not? So there must be wrong within me only. — Dada Bhagwan
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Why Am I Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: In the morning when thou risest unwillingly, let this thought be present - I am In the morning when thou risest unwillingly, let this thought be present - I am rising to the work of a human being. Why then am I dissatisfied if I am going to do the things for which I exist and for which I was brought into the world? — Marcus Aurelius
Why Am I Sayings By Susan Adrian: I want you to think on this very hard. They always do what is best I want you to think on this very hard. They always do what is best for them. Always. And what is best for them, if I am right, is to have you secure somewhere, in their control, making you do work for them. So why do they have you out here, in the world? What else do they want from you, that they get from you being out here? — Susan Adrian
Why Am I Sayings By Chris Boucher: Leela: Why are we listening to them? It is a waste of time.The Doctor; It Leela: Why are we listening to them? It is a waste of time.
The Doctor; It is difficult to know what will be a waste of time until after the time has been wasted, by which time it is too late. So predicting what will be a waste of time is something of a waste of time. Unless it gives you pleasure of course when it probably doesn't count as a waste of time.
Leela (yawning): I am sorry I did not hear what you said, Doctor.
The Doctor (smiling): That was a waste of time then. — Chris Boucher
Why Am I Sayings By Jeff Garvin: I can't blame you for trying to categorize me. It's a human instinct. It's why I can't blame you for trying to categorize me. It's a human instinct. It's why scientists are, to this day, completely flabbergasted by the duck-billed platypus: it's furry like a mammal, but lays eggs like a bird. It defies conventional classification.
I AM THE PLATYPUS (Coo coo ka-choo) — Jeff Garvin
Why Am I Sayings By Bill Bryson: I am not a religious soul, but I must say it does seem a little I am not a religious soul, but I must say it does seem a little uncanny that on that morning of all mornings I should have looked over the bridge at such a propitious moment. I mentioned the story at lunch to one of the members of the cathedral, and he nodded sagely and pointed a finger heavenward, as if to say, 'It was God, of course.' I nodded and didn't say anything, but thought: 'Then why did He push him in?' Beyond — Bill Bryson
Why Am I Sayings By Mitch Albom: I prefer them broken.''Why is that?' Victor said.Dor looked at the grain of sand in I prefer them broken.'
'Why is that?' Victor said.
Dor looked at the grain of sand in his fingers.
'Because I am the sinner who created them. — Mitch Albom
Why Am I Sayings By Justin Timberlake: To me acting is a hobby and I'm inspired by it. And if I'm going To me acting is a hobby and I'm inspired by it. And if I'm going to spend time doing something that I'm not really inspired to do, then why am I doing it? I don't know if that sounds sort of new agey or whatever, but it's true. I've been lucky enough to have a musical career that has gone pretty good and acting is something I have always wanted to do. — Justin Timberlake
Why Am I Sayings By Wendell Berry: Supporters of the war are constantly asking those who oppose it: Why don't you deplore Supporters of the war are constantly asking those who oppose it: Why don't you deplore the wrongs and atrocities committed by the other side? The answer, so far as I am concerned, is that I do deplore the wrongs and atrocities committed by the other side. But I am responsible for the wrongs and atrocities committed by our side. And I am no longer able to participate in the assumption that atrocities committed by remote control are less objectionable than those committed at arm's length. I am most concerned with American obstacles to peace because I am an American. — Wendell Berry
Why Am I Sayings By Italo Calvino: A pawn in a very complicated game, a little cog in a huge gear, so A pawn in a very complicated game, a little cog in a huge gear, so little that it should not even be seen: in fact, it was established that I would go through here without leaving any traces; and instead, every minute I spend here I am leaving more traces. I leave traces if I do not speak with anyone, since I stick out as a man who won't open his mouth; I leave traces if I speak with someone because every word spoken is a word that remains and can crop up again later, with quotation marks or without. Perhaps this is why the author piles supposition on supposition in long paragraphs without dialogue, a thick, opaque layer of lead where I may pass unnoticed, disappear.
I am not at all the sort of person who attracts attention, I am an anonymous presence against an even more anonymous background. — Italo Calvino
Why Am I Sayings By Georges Bataille: By inner experience I understand that which one usually calls mystical experience: the states of By inner experience I understand that which one usually calls mystical experience: the states of ecstasy, of rapture, at least of meditated emotion. But I am thinking less of confessional experience, to which one has had to adhere up to now, that of an experience laid bare, free of ties, even of an origin, of any confession whatever. This is why I don't like the word mystical. — Georges Bataille
Why Am I Sayings By Eleftherios Venizelos: Greece expects you not merely to die for her, for that is little, indeed; she Greece expects you not merely to die for her, for that is little, indeed; she expects you to conquer. That is why each one of you, even in dying, should be possessed by one thought alone - how to conserve your strength to the last so that those who survive may conquer.And you will conquer, I am more than sure of this. — Eleftherios Venizelos
Why Am I Sayings By Matthew Donnelly: Be comfortable with "Not getting to bottom of everything"Sometimes unconsciously we must find out why Be comfortable with "Not getting to bottom of everything"

Sometimes unconsciously we must find out why this happened, who started what, how am I going to do this.
Have faith that things will work out, and be GOOD with knowing that some things are unexplainable. — Matthew Donnelly
Why Am I Sayings By Joanne McClean: How are you feeling Sweet Peach?" he enquires as he walks across to the chest How are you feeling Sweet Peach?" he enquires as he walks across to the chest of drawers, selects a pair of socks and pulls them on.
Sweet Peach? What the hell?
He's definitely gay ...
I shrug. "Er ... okay, I guess. I really don't remember much though. How did I get here ... and why am I wearing your t-shirt?" I ask hesitantly, afraid of the answer.
Hagen laughs nervously. "I brought you home when you couldn't tell me where you lived. And don't worry, you got changed all by yourself ... in the kitchen ... for like an hour. — Joanne McClean
Why Am I Sayings By Lorelei James: I'm mad at you because...I don't know why. I just am. I'm mad at you because...I don't know why. I just am. — Lorelei James
Why Am I Sayings By Doug Johnson: Now I know why I am so strange!! Now I know why I am so strange!! — Doug Johnson
Why Am I Sayings By Scott Hildreth: I know now who I am, what I have been hiding from my entire life, I know now who I am, what I have been hiding from my entire life, and why I am the way I am. I know I am not broken, and that there's nothing wrong with me. — Scott Hildreth
Why Am I Sayings By Jean Casella: Why do you think I am like this?" It didn't really sound like a question; Why do you think I am like this?" It didn't really sound like a question; there was no regret, or sorrow, or genuine tinge of curiosity. I didn't think he expected a complex answer in any case, as I'm pretty sure we both knew that a team of neuroscientists and psychologists could work on Mad Dog for a decade and still not have all of the answers. Instead, I removed a sheet of paper from my legal folder and wrote one quatrain from a poem by W.H. Auden: I and the public know What all schoolchildren learn, Those to whom evil is done Do evil in return. He received this carefully and spent a moment looking it over. For the tiniest fraction of a second his face relaxed and his eyes softened and he seemed to shrink into himself as he breathed in. Then it was over, and he turned away from me, a dismissal if I ever saw one. He crumpled up my note angrily and tossed it away onto the floor. It was the last time we ever spoke. — Jean Casella
Why Am I Sayings By Karen Chance: And why not?" "You know why! This is a bad idea." "Perhaps I like a And why not?" "You know why! This is a bad idea." "Perhaps I like a challenge." "Perhaps you're a glutton for punishment!" "Perhaps I am in love. — Karen Chance
Why Am I Sayings By Anonymous: I am not an important person, can you guess why? Because I am still alive. I am not an important person, can you guess why? Because I am still alive. — Anonymous
Why Am I Sayings By Rae Carson: Fury is like a monster inside me, the one thing in my life I've been Fury is like a monster inside me, the one thing in my life I've been unable to master. I sent up a quick prayer of apology. "I know you don't listen to me the way you listen to my sister. But I'm sorry just the same." And then, because I am me and not my sister, I add: "Of course if you would help me see the strength in her, or nudge her to be a little more useful, then I wouldn't have to be sorry." Very likely this is why my prayers are seldom answered. (Alodia speaking of her sister Elisa) — Rae Carson
Why Am I Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: Damn, damn, damn," she said. "I never said why I like you, and now I Damn, damn, damn," she said. "I never said why I like you, and now I have to go."
"That's okay," he said.
"It's because you're kind," she said. "And because you get all my jokes ... "
"Okay." He laughed.
"And you're smarter than I am."
"I am not."
"And you look like a protagonist." She was talking as fast as she could think. "You look like the person who wins in the end. You're so pretty, and so good. You have magic eyes," she whispered. "And you make me feel like a cannibal."
"You're crazy."
"I have to go." She leaned over so the receiver was close to the base.
"Eleanor - wait," Park said. She could hear her dad in the kitchen and her heartbeat everywhere.
"Eleanor - wait - I love you. — Rainbow Rowell
Why Am I Sayings By Bela Fleck: Being from New York, I wonder why am I inspired by bluegrass and Earl Scruggs? Being from New York, I wonder why am I inspired by bluegrass and Earl Scruggs? But when I look at the whole history of the banjo, I feel really good about it, including the Earl Scruggs part. — Bela Fleck
Why Am I Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: September felt panic burn through her like gasoline. Why couldn't he understand her? But I September felt panic burn through her like gasoline. Why couldn't he understand her? But I didn't [choose]! I have hardly had a chance to breathe since I got here and it's always like that in Fairyland. Everything is always happening and all at once. And I am growing up, Saturday! I am growing up and I have read books, so many books, and I know that growing up means you can't keep going to Fairyland the way you did when you were a child! Something happens to you and suddenly you have to keep a straight face and a straight line and I am afraid! I want something grand and I don't want to know what it is before it happens! — Catherynne M Valente
Why Am I Sayings By Kate Winslet: I accept my body. I accept how I am and make the best of what I accept my body. I accept how I am and make the best of what I am given. Children orientate towards examples. That's why I talk solely positive about my body in front of my daughter. — Kate Winslet
Why Am I Sayings By Aaron Rosenberg: Perhaps," the half-breed admitted. "But why fight when there is no need? Why fight just Perhaps," the half-breed admitted. "But why fight when there is no need? Why fight just for its own sake? That is not fighting to save anyone, or to win anything, or even for glory. It is fighting from sheer bloodlust, from love of violence alone. And I am sick of that. I want no part of it. — Aaron Rosenberg
Why Am I Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: The primary needs can be filled without language. We can eat, sleep, make love, build The primary needs can be filled without language. We can eat, sleep, make love, build a house, bear children, without language. But we cannot ask questions. We cannot ask, 'Who am I? Who are you? Why? — Madeleine L'Engle
Why Am I Sayings By Nia Vardalos: I hold my daughter in my arms and thank God for bringing her to me. I hold my daughter in my arms and thank God for bringing her to me. If the standard route for creating a family had worked for me, I wouldn't have met this child. I needed to know her. I needed to be her mother. I know now why all those events happened. Or didn't happen. So I could meet this little girl. She is, in every way, my daughter. I am carrying my Funny Gift from God and all is good. — Nia Vardalos
Why Am I Sayings By Marina Keegan: I have seen too many young writers give up because they couldn't handle the repeated I have seen too many young writers give up because they couldn't handle the repeated failures their profession threw at them. They had talent, but they lacked determination and resilience. Marina had all three, and that's why I am certain she would have succeeded. — Marina Keegan
Why Am I Sayings By Fyodor Dostoyevsky: But the trouble was that the hysterics could not go on for ever, and (I But the trouble was that the hysterics could not go on for ever, and (I am writing the loathsome truth) lying face downwards on the sofa with my face thrust into my nasty leather pillow, I began by degrees to be aware of a far-away, involuntary but irresistible feeling that it would be awkward now for me to raise my head and look Liza straight in the face. Why was I ashamed? I don't know, but I was ashamed. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Why Am I Sayings By Varian Krylov: I just feel so guilty." Her stinging eyes burned with fresh tears. "I don't know I just feel so guilty." Her stinging eyes burned with fresh tears. "I don't know why I can't ... I can't..."
"Make love to him?"
She nodded.
"Let him see you?"
She nodded again, tears sliding down her face. She mopped them up with the wet tissue she'd wadded in her fist.
"Are you scared he won't love you anymore, after he's seen how you look now?" her dad asked gently.
"No."
"Are you scared he won't be attracted to you anymore? That he won't want to be your lover?"
"No."
"What are you scared of, Vanka?"
"I don't feel the same way about myself, now. I don't even know how to explain it. I'm not ashamed. I don't feel ugly. But the way I was, who I was when we ... when we fell in love, I'm not that person, now."
"You're not in love with him anymore?"
"I am," her voice broke on a sob. "So in love. Like I never knew it could be. I thought I loved David. I thought I loved Mark. But, god, Dad, the way I love Galen... — Varian Krylov
Why Am I Sayings By Louis Althusser: Whatseems to take place outside ideology (to be precise, in the street), in reality takes Whatseems to take place outside ideology (to be precise, in the street), in reality takes place in ideology. What really takes place in ideology seems therefore to take place outside it. That is why those who are in ideology believe themselves by definition outside ideology: one of the effects of ideology is the practical denegation of the ideological character of ideology by ideology: ideology never says, 'I am ideological.' — Louis Althusser
Why Am I Sayings By Thomm Quackenbush: My main nurturing instinct toward children is mild sadismpicking them up and threatening to drop My main nurturing instinct toward children is mild sadism
picking them up and threatening to drop them
which is why I am a good uncle but would make a poor father. — Thomm Quackenbush
Why Am I Sayings By Shiri Appleby: I think dating is all about role playing, and figuring out what you want and I think dating is all about role playing, and figuring out what you want and don't want. You figure out more about yourself by meeting people. You're like, "I'm not right for that person, but why am I not?" I think dating is a really interesting journey. — Shiri Appleby
Why Am I Sayings By Heidi Schulz: And why not?" she snapped. "Because I'm a girl? I am becoming very tired of And why not?" she snapped. "Because I'm a girl? I am becoming very tired of people thinking I can't do things! — Heidi Schulz
Why Am I Sayings By Ada Limon: I mean, it's hard to talk about death without realizing that's our end too, right? I mean, it's hard to talk about death without realizing that's our end too, right? I am constantly aware of death. It's not that I want to be, but it's a fascination of the mind and it plays a role in why I want to live my life a certain way. The more I am aware of my mortality the better person I am and the better I am at choosing a life that is aware of its beauty. — Ada Limon
Why Am I Sayings By Sharon Creech: Every character is asking: 'What's my place? Why am I here? I don't want the Every character is asking: 'What's my place? Why am I here? I don't want the answer to be 'Just because.' You find your own purpose. Each finds the reason to be here and how to contribute. — Sharon Creech
Why Am I Sayings By Andrea Tantaros: George Washington said, "All I am, I owe to my mother." That's so true. My George Washington said, "All I am, I owe to my mother." That's so true. My mom pushed me to get in politics. She pushed me to learn a bunch of languages. She pushed me and inspired me. She is the reason why I'm in politics. — Andrea Tantaros
Why Am I Sayings By Richard Dawkins: To describe religions as mind viruses is sometimes interpreted as contemptuous or even hostile. It To describe religions as mind viruses is sometimes interpreted as contemptuous or even hostile. It is both. I am often asked why I am so hostile to organized religion. — Richard Dawkins
Why Am I Sayings By Bella Thorne: My dad would call me his Cuban princess because I had really dark olive skin My dad would call me his Cuban princess because I had really dark olive skin because I was always in the sun; but I don't really go in the sun anymore, so that is why I am so white. — Bella Thorne
Why Am I Sayings By Linton Kwesi Johnson: I am often asked why I started to write poetry. The answer is that my I am often asked why I started to write poetry. The answer is that my motivation sprang from a visceral need to creatively articulate the experiences of the black youth of my generation, coming of age in a racist society. — Linton Kwesi Johnson
Why Am I Sayings By Michael Ian Black: I am not opposed to religion. Far from it. I'm for anything that gives people I am not opposed to religion. Far from it. I'm for anything that gives people peace. That's why I am also for hot tubs and compact discs of whale songs. Anything that soothes the soul is fine by me. — Michael Ian Black
Why Am I Sayings By Bob Dylan: Why am I walking, where am I running What am I saying, what am I Why am I walking, where am I running
What am I saying, what am I knowing
On this guitar I'm playing, on this banjo I'm frailin'
On this mandolin I'm strummin', in the song I'm singin'
In the tune I'm hummin', in the words I'm writin'
In the words that I'm thinkin'
In this ocean of hours I'm all the time drinkin'
Who am I helping, what am I breaking
What am I giving, what am I taking — Bob Dylan
Why Am I Sayings By Donald Barthelme: Why are we fighting them?They're mad. We're sane.How do we know?That we're sane?Yes.Am I sane?To
Why are we fighting them?
They're mad. We're sane.
How do we know?
That we're sane?
Yes.
Am I sane?
To all appearances.
And you, do you consider yourself sane?
I do.
Well, there you have it.
But don't they also consider themselves sane?
I think they know. Deep down. That they're not sane.
How must that make them feel?
Terrible, I should think. They must fight ever more fiercely, in order to deny what they know to be true. That they are not sane. — Donald Barthelme
Why Am I Sayings By Shannen Doherty: You read stuff about yourself and you think, My God, where are these people coming You read stuff about yourself and you think, My God, where are these people coming up with these things? Why am I the one that they're picking on? — Shannen Doherty
Why Am I Sayings By Blaise Pascal: When I consider the short duration of my life, swallowed up in the eternity before When I consider the short duration of my life, swallowed up in the eternity before and after, the little space which I fill, and even can see, engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces of which I am ignorant, and which know me not, I am frightened, and am astonished at being here rather than there; for there is no reason why here rather than there, why now rather than then. Who has put me here? By whose order and direction have this place and time been allotted to me? Memoria hospitis unius diei praetereuntis. — Blaise Pascal
Why Am I Sayings By Mary Borden: I see no reason why I should not live on indefinitely just as I have I see no reason why I should not live on indefinitely just as I have done, and on the whole I am more comfortable here than in Purgatory, a place that I imagine to be like the suburbs of London. — Mary Borden
Why Am I Sayings By Karen Healey: You knew what I was," he said, taking his hair back from his face, eyes You knew what I was," he said, taking his hair back from his face, eyes wild with the will to make me believe. "You knew that my face is a lie, just pretending to be human. And you still wanted me, you could touch me, you could see what I am, the only one who knew and wanted me all the same, and you said I wasn't a
" his chest hitched. "Not a monster. I was going to tell you, and then I thought, well, I'm probably going to die in the underworld, so why can't I have this until then? I'm the stupid one; not you. I'm so sorry. — Karen Healey
Why Am I Sayings By Nouriel Roubini: I am just a normal human being - I am alive! Why is anyone surprised I am just a normal human being - I am alive! Why is anyone surprised that I am human? Like many New Yorkers, I have a multifaceted life. — Nouriel Roubini
Why Am I Sayings By Nikki Giovanni: I am totally fascinated by people and our history as I understand and continue to I am totally fascinated by people and our history as I understand and continue to explore it. People have so much to give and so far to go and yet we have given and gone a great distance. It's really just interesting to ask: why not? And see where that takes me. — Nikki Giovanni
Why Am I Sayings By Lois McMaster Bujold: It seems if you are Vorkosigan enough, you can even get away with murder." Ekaterin It seems if you are Vorkosigan enough, you can even get away with murder." Ekaterin stiffened unhappily. Miles hesitated a fractional moment, considering responses: explanation, outrage, protest? Argument in a hallway with a half-potted fool? No. I am Aral Vorkosigan's son, after all. Instead, he stared up unblinkingly, and breathed, "So if you truly believe that, why are you standing in my way?" Vormurtos's inebriated sneer drained away, to be replaced by a belated wariness. With an effort at insouciance that he did not quite bring off, he unfolded himself, opening his hand to wave the couple past. When Miles bared his teeth in an edged smile, he backed up an extra and involuntary step. — Lois McMaster Bujold
Why Am I Sayings By Lele Pons: I am someone that is very hard to handle. I'm very picante, intense ... Sometimes I am someone that is very hard to handle. I'm very picante, intense ... Sometimes I'm very outgoing and spontaneous and super hyper. Latinas, we love to touch each other - like, cuddle. That's why a lot of people are intimidated. — Lele Pons
Why Am I Sayings By Bobbie Ann Mason: It was important for me to understand who I am and where I came from. It was important for me to understand who I am and where I came from. To get a hold on why I do certain things. — Bobbie Ann Mason
Why Am I Sayings By A.M. Robinson: We've reached Vlad's first day at Thomas Jeff. August 30, 2010 Town of Michigan Infiltration We've reached Vlad's first day at Thomas Jeff. August 30, 2010 Town of Michigan Infiltration of Thomas Jefferson school successful. The child is here. I can taste her. . . . Why is this woman still talking? If she thinks that I am going to stop wearing my pointed boots, she is sadly mistaken. I let out a loud snort and then turn the page quickly, feeling guilty at being amused by Vlad's ramblings. — A.M. Robinson
Why Am I Sayings By Django Wexler: Why do you continue your... charade? Your current position would seem to be a good Why do you continue your... charade? Your current position would seem to be a good one for revealing the truth'.
'A few people know, sir. Bobby, Jane, some of the Leatherbacks. For the rest... it just seems easier to keep things as they are.' Winter thought of Novus and his tirade. 'It would be one thing if I had just joined up, but it's been so long. People might be upset that they'd been fooled. And...'
Janus raised an eyebrow. Winter hesitated.
'It's all right for the Girl's Own,' she said. 'They joined up because Vordan needs them, and when the war's over they'll go home. I... I haven't anywhere to go.' She tugged the collar of her uniform. 'This is who I am now, for better or worse. This is my home. After the war, maybe it will be all right for a woman to keep this on, but... maybe not.'
Winter found her throat getting thick. She'd never put it that way before, never even thought it so bluntly. This is my home. — Django Wexler
Why Am I Sayings By Masashi Kishimoto: To them I'm simply an object from the past that they wish will disappear Then To them I'm simply an object from the past that they wish will disappear Then why do I exist? Why am I alive? When I thought about this I could find no answer. But as you live you need a reason otherwise it's the same as being dead, I then came to this conclusion I exist to kill every human besides myself. Fighting only for yourself living while only loving yourself If you think that everybody else simply exist to allow you to experience that feeling nothing is better then that world. As long as there are people in this world for me to kill and continue to feel that joy of living my existence will not vanish. — Masashi Kishimoto
Why Am I Sayings By Anne Rice: I was sent here to be alive. To breathe and sweat and thirst and sometimes I was sent here to be alive. To breathe and sweat and thirst and sometimes cry. And everything that happened to me, everything both great and small, was something I had to learn! There was room for it in the infinite mind of the Lord and I had to seek the lesson in it, no matter how hard it was to find. I almost laughed. It was so simple, so beautiful. If only I could keep it in my mind, this understanding, this moment - never forget it as one day followed another, never forget it no matter what happened, never forget it no matter what came to pass. Oh, yes, I would grow up, and there would come a time when I would leave Nazareth, surely. I would go out into the world and do what it was I was meant to do. Yes. But for now? All was clear. My fear was gone. It seemed the whole world was holding me. Why had I ever thought I was alone? I was in the embrace of the earth, of those who loved me no matter what they thought or understood, of the very stars. "Father," I said. "I am your child. — Anne Rice
Why Am I Sayings By Miguel Angel Ruiz: Our life is so short that every time I see my children, I enjoy them Our life is so short that every time I see my children, I enjoy them as much as I can. Whenever I can, I enjoy my beloved, my family, my friends, my apprentices. But mainly I enjoy myself, because I am with myself all the time. Why should I spend my precious time with myself judging myself, rejecting myself, creating guilt and shame? Why should I push myself to be angry or jealous? If I don't feel good emotionally, I find out what is causing it and I fix it. Then I can recover my happiness and keep going with my story. — Miguel Angel Ruiz
Why Am I Sayings By Iyanla Vanzant: Step into this moment, because it is the only one you have right now. It Step into this moment, because it is the only one you have right now. It is not wasted or thrown away. The divine opportunity could be stolen unless you tell yourself it is here right now; available to you this moment, to make of it anything you choose. Why not choose this moment, right now, to be available to yourself by declaring, I AM GOOD! ... The richness of the present is here. The fullness of now is present. If you are not here now, it means you could be missing the love, joy, peace and brand-new ideas that are here right now. — Iyanla Vanzant
Why Am I Sayings By Francis A. Schaeffer: The strength of the Christian system - the acid test of it - is that The strength of the Christian system - the acid test of it - is that everything fits under the apex of the existent, infinite-personal God, and it is the only system in the world where this is true. No other system has an apex under which everything fits.That is why I am a Christian and no longer an agnostic. In all the other systems, something 'sticks out,' something cannot be included; and it has to be mutilated or ignored. But without losing his own integrity, the Christian can see everything fitting into place beneath the Christian apex of the existence of the infinite-personal God who is there (p. 81). — Francis A. Schaeffer
Why Am I Sayings By Vicki Donlan: During the Q&A periods after my speeches, it is the men who say to me, During the Q&A periods after my speeches, it is the men who say to me, "Help me understand how I am going to balance my work and my family." Now, let me tell you why I believe they see it that way. Because when they look around the room, they see the women who are going to be in their lives, the choices they will have for a spouse. And they realize that these women are educated, ambitious, and have every intention of having careers of their own. — Vicki Donlan
Why Am I Sayings By Peter Hoeg: I'm not perfect. I think more highly of snow and ice than love. It's easier I'm not perfect. I think more highly of snow and ice than love. It's easier for me to be interested in mathematics than to have affection for my fellow human beings. But I am anchored to something in life that is constant. You can call it a sense of orientation; you can call it woman's intuition; you can call it whatever you like. I'm standing on a foundation and have no farther to fall. It could be that I haven't managed to organize my life very well. But I always have a grip - with at least one finger at a time - on Absolute Space. That's why there's a limit to how far the world can twist out of joint, and to how badly things can go before I find out. I now know, without a shadow of a doubt, that something is wrong. I — Peter Hoeg
Why Am I Sayings By Jim Rohn: I am a buyer of blank books. Kids find it interesting that I would buy I am a buyer of blank books. Kids find it interesting that I would buy a blank book. They say, "Twenty-Six dollars for a blank book! Why would you pay that?" The reason I pay twenty-six dollars is to challenge myself to find something worth twenty-six dollars to put in there. All my journals are private, but if you ever got hold of one of them, you wouldn't have to look very far to discover it is worth more than twenty-six dollars — Jim Rohn
Why Am I Sayings By Ben Vereen: Nine years after I had my own accident, I find that in trying to go Nine years after I had my own accident, I find that in trying to go back to doing those things that I used to do just doesn't fit. Everything seems to just fall apart. I don't know why but I think it is because I am this new creature. — Ben Vereen
Why Am I Sayings By James Howe: Why, if I were to believe what everyone says about me, I would think myself Why, if I were to believe what everyone says about me, I would think myself quite, quite ugly. But I don't believe everyone, you see ... I believe you because you are my friend. You think I'm beautiful, and so I am.
- The Old One — James Howe
Why Am I Sayings By Charlotte Lamb: Writers and readers are still trying to work out unresolved problems between men and women, Writers and readers are still trying to work out unresolved problems between men and women, and that is why millions of women around the world are hooked on romantic fiction. So am I. — Charlotte Lamb
Why Am I Sayings By Anne Greenwood Brown: There was no point in lying. "Yes. I am following you."Her carefully controlled exterior faltered. There was no point in lying. "Yes. I am following you."
Her carefully controlled exterior faltered. "Why?"
"Because I like you. I'm sorry if that makes you nervous."
All the color drained from her face. "I thought you thought I was crazy."
"I like crazy."
"You're unbelievable," she grumbled.
"So I've been told. — Anne Greenwood Brown
Why Am I Sayings By Richelle Mead: So why," she muttered to herself, "am I always breaking up bar fights? So why," she muttered to herself, "am I always breaking up bar fights? — Richelle Mead
Why Am I Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: But why do you want me? I mean, what am I? Ask yourself that.""I often But why do you want me? I mean, what am I? Ask yourself that."
"I often have. — P.G. Wodehouse
Why Am I Sayings By Carrie Vaughn: You know your all fucks! why am i so dichable? now how am i supposed You know your all fucks! why am i so dichable? now how am i supposed to kill you with out upseting that poor nice women!? God damnit alice i liked you why did you have to be such a bitch — Carrie Vaughn
Why Am I Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: I am a child of the American Century, and I feel a genetic commitment to I am a child of the American Century, and I feel a genetic commitment to understanding why it happened, and why I take it so personally. — Hunter S. Thompson
Why Am I Sayings By Molly Harper: You are the night.""I am the night," I repeated."You are the night."I cocked my head, You are the night."
"I am the night," I repeated.
"You are the night."
I cocked my head, sending him a questioning look. "I am the night?"
"Jane!"
"Why is it that when you say my name, it sounds like a curse word? — Molly Harper
Why Am I Sayings By Jane Austen: There is no reason in the world why you should not be important where you There is no reason in the world why you should not be important where you are known. You have good sense, and a sweet temper, and I am sure you have a grateful heart, that could never receive kindness without hoping to return it. I do not know any better qualifications for a friend and companion. — Jane Austen
Why Am I Sayings By Ralph Waldo Emerson: I am at a loss to understand why people hold Miss Austen's novels at so I am at a loss to understand why people hold Miss Austen's novels at so high a rate, which seem to me vulgar in tone, sterile in artistic invention, imprisoned in their wretched conventions of English society, without genius, wit, or knowledge of the world. Never was life so pinched and narrow ... All that interests in any character [is this]: has he (or she) the money to marry with? ... Suicide is more respectable. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Why Am I Sayings By Orson Scott Card: It's what I was born for, isn't it? If I don't go, why am I It's what I was born for, isn't it? If I don't go, why am I alive? — Orson Scott Card
Why Am I Sayings By Louis C.K.: It doesn't have any effect on your life. What do you care?! People try to It doesn't have any effect on your life. What do you care?! People try to talk about it like it's a social issue. Like when you see someone stand up on a talk show and say, How am I supposed to explain to my children that two men are getting married? ... I dunno. It's your shitty kid. You fuckin' tell 'em. Why is that anyone else's problem? Two guys are in LOVE and they can't get married because you don't want to talk to your ugly child for five fuckin' minutes? — Louis C.K.
Why Am I Sayings By Leo Tolstoy: What am I? And where am I? And why am I here? What am I? And where am I? And why am I here? — Leo Tolstoy
Why Am I Sayings By Justice Smith: My guilty pleasure is competitive cooking reality shows. I don't like cooking shows when it's My guilty pleasure is competitive cooking reality shows. I don't like cooking shows when it's just about cooking. It has to be competitive - they're fighting and yelling at each other. I am obsessed with those shows, and I have no idea why. — Justice Smith
Why Am I Sayings By Melina Marchetta: It's obvious which one you are,' Jimmy Hailler tells me as we walk through Hyde It's obvious which one you are,' Jimmy Hailler tells me as we walk through Hyde Park. 'If it's so obvious why can't I see it.' 'Because you live in your own world and can't see anything.' 'Then which one am I?' 'You're all four. You're constantly bitching things under your breath, you come across bloody stupid because you don't speak, on a particular angle in that uniform on an overcast day with your hair up, you've got that stocky butch thing happening, plus you're pashing other girl's boyfriends which makes you a slut. — Melina Marchetta
Why Am I Sayings By Hal Graff: I am just a ballplayer on vacation. Why are these things happening to me ? I am just a ballplayer on vacation. Why are these things happening to me ? — Hal Graff
Why Am I Sayings By Malcolm X: I want to say before I go on that I have never previously told anyone I want to say before I go on that I have never previously told anyone my sordid past in detail. I haven't done it now to sound as though I might be proud of how bad, how evil, I was.
But people are always speculating-why am I as I am? To understand that of any person, his whole life, from birth, must be reviewed. All of our experiences fuse into our personality. Everything that ever happened to us is an ingredient.
Today, when everything that I do has an urgency, I would not spend one hour in the preparation of a book which had the ambition to perhaps titillate some readers. But I am spending many hours
because the full story is the best way that I know to have it seen, and understood, that I had sunk to the very bottom of the American white man's society when-soon now, in prison-I found Allah and the religion of Islam and it completely transformed my life. — Malcolm X