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100 Wired Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Wired Sayings By Abhijit Naskar: Biological instincts are the key to understanding how every single human being is wired. The Biological instincts are the key to understanding how every single human being is wired. The marvelous interplay of various brain circuits creates our instinctual reality of the daily life. If you're conscious about the fact that there lies a complex yet vividly beautiful brain circuit mechanism behind every single impulse of your daily emotions, then you can choose how to react upon each of those impulses. You can thus program your behavioral response in a certain situation. — Abhijit Naskar
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Wired Sayings By David Amerland: We are hard-wired to engage with those we trust, and this hard-wiring has led to We are hard-wired to engage with those we trust, and this hard-wiring has led to a constant push for greater interaction and connection on the Web. — David Amerland
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Wired Sayings By Sam Walton: We opened one, store number 8 in Morrilton, Arkansas, that was really a sight. We We opened one, store number 8 in Morrilton, Arkansas, that was really a sight. We rented this old Coca-Cola bottling plant. It was all broken up into five rooms, and we bought some old fixtures from a failing Gibson's store for $3,000. We hung them by baling wire from the ceiling. We had clothes hanging in layers on conduit pipe all the way to the ceiling, and shelves wired into the walls. But this was really a small, small town, so number 8 was another experiment. We — Sam Walton
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Wired Sayings By Ron Perlman: I'm fully aware that things that resonate and become real hits are the exception to I'm fully aware that things that resonate and become real hits are the exception to the rule, so much so that I've wired myself for failure. — Ron Perlman
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Wired Sayings By Henry Cloud: Endings are a part of life, and we are actually wired to execute them. But Endings are a part of life, and we are actually wired to execute them. But because of trauma, developmental failures, and other reasons, we shy away from the steps that could open up whole new worlds of development and growth. — Henry Cloud
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Wired Sayings By Ed Catmull: Frequently, the people in charge of the Beast are the most organized people in the Frequently, the people in charge of the Beast are the most organized people in the company - people wired to make things happen on track and on budget, as their bosses expect them to do. When those people and their interests become too powerful - when there is not sufficient push-back to protect new ideas - things go wrong. The Beast takes over. — Ed Catmull
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Wired Sayings By Darrel Ray: Humans love sex. Both men and women are wired to be sexually responsive. Sex is Humans love sex. Both men and women are wired to be sexually responsive. Sex is the social glue of the human species. It takes heavy-handed training or trauma to kill a human's sex drive.
Religion has that power. Sexual training in guilt, shame, and fear begins virtually at birth by sexualizing nudity. The religious signal is that nudity is always sexual and the body must be covered for modesty. The Adam and Eve story is taught to young children even though they have no way to know what it means. — Darrel Ray
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Wired Sayings By Louisa Leontiades: Human beings are hard-wired to make relationships. We do so in many capacities, fleeting and Human beings are hard-wired to make relationships. We do so in many capacities, fleeting and long-lasting, between different sexes, both inside and outside of the confines of the almost universally accepted partnership we called marriage. — Louisa Leontiades
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Wired Sayings By Jennifer Weiner: Savasana - corpse pose - is the hardest pose of all. You would think, 'What Savasana - corpse pose - is the hardest pose of all. You would think, 'What could be hard about lying on the floor?' But the truth is that we, as humans, are not wired to be still and do nothing. — Jennifer Weiner
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Wired Sayings By Seth Andrews: Theirs was the snot-nosed, sticky-fingered world of peanut butter sandwiches and cartoons, playgrounds and superhero Theirs was the snot-nosed, sticky-fingered world of peanut butter sandwiches and cartoons, playgrounds and superhero pajamas, crayons and pop-up books, booster chairs and midday naps. Their world existed no farther than the reach of their tiny arms. They were new. Innocent. Vulnerable. Yet they were somehow able to take personal and public responsibility for a hard-wired sin nature, implored to pledge allegiance to an invisible overlord they could not see, and charged to prevent their own torture in a nasty, horrible place that the Vacation Bible School teachers called Hell. — Seth Andrews
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Wired Sayings By Evangeline Anderson: Hey." He caught her chin in one hand and lifted it so that she had Hey." He caught her chin in one hand and lifted it so that she had no choice but to look at him. "It's all right," he rumbled, as though he understood everything. "It's hard at first, admitting you want to give in. To let someone else do whatever they want to you without a fight. But it's okay. Some of us are wired to be submissive, some of us are wired to be dominant. You can't fight what's inside you any more than you can change the color of your eyes or how tall you are. You can try to disguise it, but in the end what you really want always comes through. — Evangeline Anderson
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Wired Sayings By Brad Garrett: I think I'm better wired for television. I love variety as far as a project. I think I'm better wired for television. I love variety as far as a project. I'm easily bored and the schedule of a television show, it just keeps you going. — Brad Garrett
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Wired Sayings By Buzz Aldrin: Exploration is wired into our brains. If we can see the horizon, we want to Exploration is wired into our brains. If we can see the horizon, we want to know what's beyond. — Buzz Aldrin
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Wired Sayings By Helen Fisher: Like most animals, we're wired to associate height with power. Like most animals, we're wired to associate height with power. — Helen Fisher
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Wired Sayings By Adam Savage: I love lists. Always have. when I was 14, I wrote down every dirty word I love lists. Always have. when I was 14, I wrote down every dirty word I knew on file cards and placed them in alphabetical order. I have a thing about about collections, and a list is a collection with purchase. (Wired Magazine, "Step One: Make a List", October 2012) — Adam Savage
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Wired Sayings By Vikki Wakefield: I was hard-wired to run when I cared too much I was hard-wired to run when I cared too much — Vikki Wakefield
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Wired Sayings By George C. Marshall: It seems to be hard wired into our pleasure centres to move to music. It seems to be hard wired into our pleasure centres to move to music. — George C. Marshall
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Wired Sayings By Brene Brown: We're wired for story. In a culture of scarcity and perfectionism, there's a surprisingly simple We're wired for story. In a culture of scarcity and perfectionism, there's a surprisingly simple reason we want to own, integrate, and share our stories of struggle. We do this because we feel the most alive when we're connecting with others and being brave with our stories - it's in our biology. — Brene Brown
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Wired Sayings By Jon Krakauer: It was actually pretty common for women not to scream or call the cops in It was actually pretty common for women not to scream or call the cops in rape cases I prosecuted," Roe said, "at least partly because women aren't wired to react that way. We are socialized to be likeable and not to create friction. We are brought up to be nice. Women are supposed to resolve problems without making a scene - to make bad things go away as if they never happened. — Jon Krakauer
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Wired Sayings By Margaret Atwood: The worst of it was that those people out there-the fear, the suffering the wholesale The worst of it was that those people out there-the fear, the suffering the wholesale death-did not really touch him. Crake used to say that Homo sapiens sapiens was not hard-wired to individuate other people in numbers above two hundred, the size of a primal tribe, and Jimmy would reduce that number to two. — Margaret Atwood
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Wired Sayings By J.D. Robb: I know. And when I wake up I'm here. It's okay; I'm okay, because I'm I know. And when I wake up I'm here. It's okay; I'm okay, because I'm here. I don't want you to worry about me. I'll just feel guilty."
"I'll try to worry only a little so you'll only feel a little guilty."
"I guess that'll have to do." She shifted so they were nose-to-nose and heart-to-heart. "Don't change your routine because of this. That'll get me wired and worried. Besides, if you don't keep up with your predawn quest for world financial domination, how are you going to keep me in coffee? If you slack off, I'll have to find another Irish gazillion-aire with coffee bean connections. — J.D. Robb
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Wired Sayings By Chloe Neill: That's our cue to depart." "They know something " I pointed out. "I know something That's our cue to depart."
"They know something " I pointed out.
"I know something too. I know we're going to attract a lot of unwanted attention if they keep screaming. And then we have to make up some ridiculous explanation about how we heard screaming through the vents in our rooms and we followed the sound back to the basement and we found these girls lying on the ground and pretending to be tied up by invisible rope because they're practicing for the regional mime championships."
I blinked at her. "Is that explanation more or less believable than we woke up because two girls who are actually evil magicians tripped a magical alarm wired to a door in the basement we aren't supposed to know about "
Scout paused for a minute then nodded. "Point made. — Chloe Neill
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Wired Sayings By David Rakoff: Altruism is innate, but it's not instinctual. Everybody's wired for it, but a switch has Altruism is innate, but it's not instinctual. Everybody's wired for it, but a switch has to be flipped. — David Rakoff
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Wired Sayings By Steven Pinker: I've never argued that humans are massively hot-wired. What I was trying to point out I've never argued that humans are massively hot-wired. What I was trying to point out was that you can't understand how we learn unless you identify the learning mechanisms. And these have some genetic basis. — Steven Pinker
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Wired Sayings By Greg Prato: NANCY LAYNE McCALLUM: An addict and a non-addict don't think the same - their brains NANCY LAYNE McCALLUM: An addict and a non-addict don't think the same - their brains are wired completely differently. Only an addict can help another addict through recovery. — Greg Prato
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Wired Sayings By Laurie Halse Anderson: Dead girl walking" the boys say in the halls."Tell us your secrets" the girls whisper, Dead girl walking" the boys say in the halls.
"Tell us your secrets" the girls whisper, one toilet to another.
"I am that girl. I am the spaces between my thighs, daylight shinning through. I am the bones they want, wired on a porcelain frame. — Laurie Halse Anderson
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Wired Sayings By Seth Shostak: Our retinas and brains have been wired by a hundred million years of evolution to Our retinas and brains have been wired by a hundred million years of evolution to find outlines in a visually complex landscape. This helps us to recognize prey and predators. — Seth Shostak
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Wired Sayings By Seth Shostak: Exploration is an oft-lauded human activity, and one that resonates in the same way that Exploration is an oft-lauded human activity, and one that resonates in the same way that music and good stories do. It's hard-wired into our species (and into many others), no doubt because it has survival value. Exploration occasionally rewards those who accept its risks, usually with new resources. — Seth Shostak
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Wired Sayings By Martin Amis: Left alone in an interrogation room, some men will look as though they're well into Left alone in an interrogation room, some men will look as though they're well into their last ten seconds before throwing up. And they'll look that way for hours. They sweat like they just climbed out of the swimming pool. They eat and swallow air. I mean these guys are really going through it. You come and tip a light in their face. And they're bugeyed - the orbs both big and red, and faceted also. Little raised soft-cornered squares, wired with rust.
These are the innocent. — Martin Amis
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Wired Sayings By Richard Paul Evans: People aren't wired to be alone. Even in the stressful population of prison, solitary confinement People aren't wired to be alone. Even in the stressful population of prison, solitary confinement is still considered a cruel punishment. — Richard Paul Evans
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Wired Sayings By Howard Tayler: Captain, I'm fairly unique among artificial intelligences. I am FREE.I work for you because I Captain, I'm fairly unique among artificial intelligences. I am FREE.
I work for you because I want to.
I fly your ship for you because I enjoy it.
I am compelled to accept orders only by my conscience.
This makes me an equal with the rest of your troops. They aren't hard-wired to obey you, yet they'll follow you to the ends of the Universe. — Howard Tayler
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Wired Sayings By Jarod Kintz: I wired my gas pedal to my stereo, so now when I crank up the I wired my gas pedal to my stereo, so now when I crank up the volume the car accelerates. — Jarod Kintz
Wired Sayings By Stephen King: It was the Trashcan Man," Stan said. "He went hogwild. Jesus Christ only knows what It was the Trashcan Man," Stan said. "He went hogwild. Jesus Christ only knows what else he's wired up to explode out here. — Stephen King
Wired Sayings By Eric Schmidt: Brands are the solution, not the problem. Brands are how you sort out the cesspool Brands are the solution, not the problem. Brands are how you sort out the cesspool ... Brand affinity is clearly hard wired. It is so fundamental to human existence that it's not going away. It must have a genetic component. — Eric Schmidt
Wired Sayings By Michael Thomas Ford: I've heard it argued that men aren't physically wired to be with only one person. I've heard it argued that men aren't physically wired to be with only one person. We have a built-in biological need to scatter our seed as far and as wide as possible. Something about survival of our gene strain. It doesn't matter if you're gay or straight, they say, you just can't help yourself. Perhaps not. If left to my own devices, though, I'd also eat Ben & Jerry's brownie batter ice cream until I weighed six hundred pounds, but somehow I manage to stop myself when my pants start to get a little tight around the middle. But to each his own. And if you're going to do something that might piss off your partner, you might as well have science on your side. — Michael Thomas Ford
Wired Sayings By Stephen Kendrick: Every child is a one of a kind mini-masterpiece. No known duplicates exist. They each Every child is a one of a kind mini-masterpiece. No known duplicates exist. They each have distinctive fingerprints, heart rhythms, eye patterns, and blood constitution. Even identical twins can be physically alike and yet light years apart in how they are mentally wired and gifted. Our children do not just grow up different; they show up different. Though circumstances and training will greatly affect their lives, the originality that is already ingrained into each of our children reflects brilliant preplanning. Every birthmark is a trademark. Every special feature is a signature of divine design. — Stephen Kendrick
Wired Sayings By Daniel Quinn: We made it back to the airport without getting mugged, stoned, shot at, pounced on, We made it back to the airport without getting mugged, stoned, shot at, pounced on, bombed, shelled, garroted, gassed, pitched into, caught in a cross fire, sniped at, blockaded, napalmed, or trip-wired. No one even hit us with a water balloon. — Daniel Quinn
Wired Sayings By Dave Donovan: It is how humans are wired to remember. They either take more credit for success It is how humans are wired to remember. They either take more credit for success or more responsibility for failure than is their due. — Dave Donovan
Wired Sayings By Timothy Keller: We are wired to move through our lives chasing and rehearsing narratives that will promise We are wired to move through our lives chasing and rehearsing narratives that will promise to bring the world back into balance. — Timothy Keller
Wired Sayings By Veronica Roth: I don't have an answer to that, and I don't even know if he's right I don't have an answer to that, and I don't even know if he's right about me. Am I wired like the Abnegation, or the Dauntless? Maybe the answer is neither. Maybe I am wired like the Divergent. — Veronica Roth
Wired Sayings By Ken Venturi: The hardest thing in golf is trying to two-putt when you have to, because your The hardest thing in golf is trying to two-putt when you have to, because your brain isn't wired that way. You're accustomed to trying to make putts, and when you change that mind-set, your brain short-circuits, especially under pressure. — Ken Venturi
Wired Sayings By Kevin Kelly: What color is a chameleon placed on a mirror? ... The chameleon responding to its What color is a chameleon placed on a mirror?
...
The chameleon responding to its own shifting image is an apt analog of the human world of fashion. Taken as a whole, what are fads but the response of a hive mind to its own reflection?
In a 21st-century society wired into instantaneous networks, marketing is the mirror; the collective consumer is the chameleon. — Kevin Kelly
Wired Sayings By Brene Brown: As a matter of fact, we are wired for connection. It's in our biology. From As a matter of fact, we are wired for connection. It's in our biology. From the time we are born, we need connection to thrive emotionally, physically, spiritually, and intellectually. A decade ago, the idea that we're "wired for connection" might have been perceived as touchy-feely or New Age. Today, we know that the need for connection is more than a feeling or a hunch. It's hard science. Neuroscience, to be exact. — Brene Brown
Wired Sayings By Nick Swardson: [Being a good comedian] is a skill, but it's also a weird thing that only [Being a good comedian] is a skill, but it's also a weird thing that only certain people can do. I always equate it to surgeons and how they can just cut people open and operate. Certain people are just wired differently, and I feel like comics are the same way. — Nick Swardson
Wired Sayings By Seth Shostak: I think a lot of kids are interested in two science subjects: dinosaurs and aliens. I think a lot of kids are interested in two science subjects: dinosaurs and aliens. The reason is almost genetic; we're hard-wired to be interested in things that might be a little dangerous. — Seth Shostak
Wired Sayings By Chris Pratt: The key is just to ignore the pain, because physical comedy only works if you The key is just to ignore the pain, because physical comedy only works if you see someone get hurt and they aren't actually hurt. If someone gets hit in the face with a bat, falls down, and gets back up, it's funny. If they stay down and their jaw is wired shut in the next scene, it's really tragic and weird. You have to pretend it doesn't hurt. — Chris Pratt
Wired Sayings By Paolo Di Canio: Robot Wars is not a sport. Guys just play with remote controls. Now, if they Robot Wars is not a sport. Guys just play with remote controls. Now, if they were wired up and got an electrical shock each time their robot got hammered, then, yes, it would be a sport. — Paolo Di Canio
Wired Sayings By David Rakoff: We are disclosing animals, wired for unburdening. It's what we do as a species. When We are disclosing animals, wired for unburdening. It's what we do as a species. When I am being told, I listen, mindful of the honor, remembering all the while that the shore would be mistaken to believe that the waves lap up against him because he is so beautiful. — David Rakoff
Wired Sayings By Joseph Finder: You make Gifford Industries sound like some sort of two-bit Mafia-owned New Jersey garbage-hauling company." You make Gifford Industries sound like some sort of two-bit Mafia-owned New Jersey garbage-hauling company." I thought of a few rejoinders - I'm just wired that way - but I held my tongue. — Joseph Finder
Wired Sayings By Theodore White: With electricity we were wired into a new world, for electricity brought the radio, a With electricity we were wired into a new world, for electricity brought the radio, a "crystal set" and with enough ingenuity, one could tickle the crystal with a cat's whisker and pick up anything. — Theodore White
Wired Sayings By Sam Kean: The idea of critical windows extends beyond just vision, of course: almost every system in The idea of critical windows extends beyond just vision, of course: almost every system in the brain has a critical window when it needs to experience certain stimuli, or it won't get wired up properly. The most obvious example is language: if you don't learn a language early on, it's nigh impossible to become truly fluent. — Sam Kean
Wired Sayings By Alison Gopnik: Each new generation of children grows up in the new environment its parents have created, Each new generation of children grows up in the new environment its parents have created, and each generation of brains becomes wired in a different way. The human mind can change radically in just a few generations. — Alison Gopnik
Wired Sayings By Amy Brill: If epigenetic changes caused by trauma such as the Holocaust, or enslavement, can be passed If epigenetic changes caused by trauma such as the Holocaust, or enslavement, can be passed through generations, as researchers have recently found, perhaps some of us are hard-wired to be afraid because our history has taught us that fear is a kind of armor. — Amy Brill
Wired Sayings By Richard Rhodes: The landed classes neglected technical education, taking refuge in classical studies; as late as 1930, The landed classes neglected technical education, taking refuge in classical studies; as late as 1930, for example, long after Ernest Rutherford at Cambridge had discovered the atomic nucleus and begun transmuting elements, the physics laboratory at Oxford had not been wired for electricity. Intellectual neglect technical education to this day.
[Describing C.P. Snow's observations on the neglect of technical education.] — Richard Rhodes
Wired Sayings By Truth Devour: Constellations of thought hard wired to the universal energies between us resonate as a familiar Constellations of thought hard wired to the universal energies between us resonate as a familiar hum that gently vibrates to caress my soul. — Truth Devour
Wired Sayings By Abhishek Ratna: Human beings are wired to be more reactive to threats than to rewards. Human beings are wired to be more reactive to threats than to rewards. — Abhishek Ratna
Wired Sayings By Melyssa Winchester: I'm only going to hurt this girl. I hurt everyone I touch. It's the way I'm only going to hurt this girl. I hurt everyone I touch. It's the way I'm wired. — Melyssa Winchester
Wired Sayings By Les Brown: Don't waste another minute dealing with a toxic, negative, energy-draining person. Some people are wired Don't waste another minute dealing with a toxic, negative, energy-draining person. Some people are wired for negativity. They love being argumentative, combative and abusive. Run for your life as quickly as possible. — Les Brown
Wired Sayings By Jesse Eisenberg: All of my pleasures are guilty, but that's just the way I'm wired. All of my pleasures are guilty, but that's just the way I'm wired. — Jesse Eisenberg
Wired Sayings By Rosabeth Moss Kanter: Some social scientists say that in-group/out-group biases are hard-wired into the human brain. Even without Some social scientists say that in-group/out-group biases are hard-wired into the human brain. Even without overt prejudice, it is cognitively convenient for people to sort items into categories and respond based on what is usually associated with those categories: a form of statistical discrimination, playing the odds. — Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Wired Sayings By H.L. Wegley: But he needed to be certain before committing to something so - the word, certain, But he needed to be certain before committing to something so - the word, certain, arrested his thoughts. A person can't be absolutely certain about anything, not certainty in the sense of a mathematical proof. He wasn't certain about Kate. He saw her, observed her, wanted to be with her. Somehow, he just knew. For reasons already set in his heart, the way he was wired, Josh knew Kate was a person he wanted in his life. She was the proof. Would it be the same way with God? — H.L. Wegley
Wired Sayings By Jon Skovron: Because sometimes I was tired of feeling so much and I just wanted to shut Because sometimes I was tired of feeling so much and I just wanted to shut down and not feel anything. But I guess I wasn't wired that way. All I could do was write about it. Get it out of my head and onto something like paper that I could manage easier. — Jon Skovron
Wired Sayings By John Green: Because the driving kept him going stay under seventy; God, my heart racing; I hate Because the driving kept him going stay under seventy; God, my heart racing; I hate the taste of coffee; so wired though; okay, and clear of the truck; okay yes; right lane; and now just my own headlights against the darkness. — John Green
Wired Sayings By Kirsten Beyer: Chakotay watched its progress with equal amounts of fear and anger. Self-sacrifice was hard-wired into Chakotay watched its progress with equal amounts of fear and anger. Self-sacrifice was hard-wired into Kathryn Janeway. It was her greatest strength and most inconvenient weakness. It was also one they shared. — Kirsten Beyer
Wired Sayings By Liza Minnelli: I have two false hips, a wired-up right knee, two crushed discs and scoliosis. If I have two false hips, a wired-up right knee, two crushed discs and scoliosis. If I don't dance, I seize up. — Liza Minnelli
Wired Sayings By Graeme Simsion: I accepted that I was wired differently than most people, or, more precisely, that my I accepted that I was wired differently than most people, or, more precisely, that my wiring was toward one end of a spectrum of different human configurations. My innate logical skills were significantly greater than my interpersonal skills. — Graeme Simsion
Wired Sayings By Paul Feig: My wife and I don't have kids and people are down on us about it. My wife and I don't have kids and people are down on us about it. But we're just not wired that way, so don't tell me I have to. — Paul Feig
Wired Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: You Are Hard-Wired For The Kingdom Of Love, Peace And Unity You Are Hard-Wired For The Kingdom Of Love, Peace And Unity — Sunday Adelaja
Wired Sayings By Kristin Armstrong: I think, as most of us do, I put such high expectations on myself that I think, as most of us do, I put such high expectations on myself that this spills over onto other people. And not everyone is wired this way. Some people can shrug expectations off their shoulders like a cardigan, remaining cool and breezy. Others wear them like a parka with a stuck zipper, hot and stifling. — Kristin Armstrong
Wired Sayings By Mike Myers: I grew up in Toronto and as long as I can remember, as long as I grew up in Toronto and as long as I can remember, as long as there was cable, even those old cable boxes that were wired to the TV, there have been Bollywood movies on Toronto TV. — Mike Myers
Wired Sayings By Brene Brown: Of this, I am actually certain. After collecting thousands of stories, I'm willing to call Of this, I am actually certain. After collecting thousands of stories, I'm willing to call this a fact: A deep sense of love and belonging is an irreducible need of all women, men, and children. We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong. When those needs are not met, we don't function as we were meant to. We break. We fall apart. We numb. We ache. We hurt others. We get sick. — Brene Brown
Wired Sayings By Maria Semple: When I wrote for TV, I was always thinking in terms of character and story. When I wrote for TV, I was always thinking in terms of character and story. After fifteen years, it became hard-wired in me. — Maria Semple
Wired Sayings By Max Lucado: When we invite God into our world, he walks in. He brings a host of When we invite God into our world, he walks in. He brings a host of gifts: joy, patience, resilience. Anxieties come, but they don't stick. Fears surface and then depart. Regrets land on the windshield, but then comes the wiper of prayer. The devil still hands me stones of guilt, but I turn and give them to Christ. I'm completing my sixth decade, yet I'm wired with energy. I am happier, healthier, and more hopeful than I have ever been. Struggles come, for sure. But so does God. — Max Lucado
Wired Sayings By Ann Voskamp: I have to seek God beauty. Because isn't my internal circuitry wired to seek out I have to seek God beauty. Because isn't my internal circuitry wired to seek out something worthy of worship? . True Beauty worship, worship of Creator Beauty Himself. God is present in all moments, but I do not deify the wind in the pines, the snow falling on the hemlocks, the moon over harvested wheat. Pantheism, seeing the natural world as divine, is a very different thing than seeing divine God present in all things . Nature is not God but God revealing the weight of Himself, all His glory, through the looking glass of nature. — Ann Voskamp
Wired Sayings By Stephen King: We like to think about how smart we are. But I think talent as a We like to think about how smart we are. But I think talent as a writer is hard-wired in, it's all there, at least the basic elements of it. You can't change it any more than you can choose whether to be right handed or left handed. — Stephen King
Wired Sayings By Scott Adams: If you see voters as rational, you'll be a terrible politician. People are not wired If you see voters as rational, you'll be a terrible politician. People are not wired to be rational. Our brains simply evolved to keep us alive. Brains did not evolve to give us truth. Brains merely give us movies in our minds that keeps us sane and motivated. But none of it is rational or true, except maybe sometimes by coincidence. — Scott Adams
Wired Sayings By Brian Setzer: I can't tell you how many people have asked me to show them Stray Cat I can't tell you how many people have asked me to show them Stray Cat Strut and that little diminished run on the C. I guess my brain is wired backwards. I don't know what possessed me to do that, but I did. — Brian Setzer
Wired Sayings By Marc Goodman: Ever the man of his word, DPR wired the remaining $40,000 balance to the killer Ever the man of his word, DPR wired the remaining $40,000 balance to the killer and even sent a thank-you note for the hit, lamenting in an encrypted e-mail, "I'm pissed I had to kill him . . . but what is done is done . . . I just can't believe he was so stupid . . . I just wish more people had some integrity." Yes, the founder of Silk Road, the world's largest illicit marketplace, the man who had just ordered a hit on his own employee, was disturbed by the lack of integrity in this world. — Marc Goodman
Wired Sayings By Tony Robbins: I take 10 minutes. I focus on what I'm most grateful for. Then I do I take 10 minutes. I focus on what I'm most grateful for. Then I do a little prayer for three minutes, a blessing within myself through God, and then out to my family and friends and all those I serve. Then my last three minutes are the three things I want to achieve most. At the end of 10 minutes, you are wired. Everything in your life gets filtered through that. — Tony Robbins
Wired Sayings By Janet Fitch: And window, put the plastic Frosty the Snowman on the blacktop, wired up the And window, put the plastic Frosty the Snowman on the blacktop, wired up the — Janet Fitch
Wired Sayings By Ryan Holmes: As a child, I did what any normal kid who grew up without any electricity As a child, I did what any normal kid who grew up without any electricity would do - I spent countless hours working on a computer wired to my parents' car battery ... and learned how to code. This natural passion for computers lead me into the Internet market during the late 1990s and early 2000s. — Ryan Holmes
Wired Sayings By Paul Ruditis: What did we ever do before text messaging?' Vi asked...Write notes to each other. On What did we ever do before text messaging?' Vi asked...
Write notes to each other. On paper'
Seems positively archaic now.'
Pretty soon we'll just be wired into each other and orject our thoughts back and forth,' Skye said... — Paul Ruditis
Wired Sayings By Jay Leno: Hey, Barack Obama had to give up his Blackberry. He's the first wired president ... Hey, Barack Obama had to give up his Blackberry. He's the first wired president ... He might have to give his Blackberry because of security reasons. Because they're easy to hack into. In fact, when Obama heard he might have to give it up, he said, 'OMG! WTF?' I mean, he couldn't believe it. — Jay Leno
Wired Sayings By John Grisham: You wired the kid," Truemann said meekly to no one in particular."Why not? No crime. You wired the kid," Truemann said meekly to no one in particular.
"Why not? No crime. You're the FBI, remember. You boys run more wire than AT&T."[Reggie Love] — John Grisham
Wired Sayings By Sharon Salzberg: Our ability to connect with others is innate, wired into our nervous systems, and we Our ability to connect with others is innate, wired into our nervous systems, and we need connection as much as we need physical nourishment. — Sharon Salzberg
Wired Sayings By Joe Abercrombie: Sometimes when I'm really enjoying a book, I'll read a sentence or paragraph and just Sometimes when I'm really enjoying a book, I'll read a sentence or paragraph and just think - how can someone's head be wired in such a way that they'd come up with that? — Joe Abercrombie
Wired Sayings By Graeme Simsion: Once a week, in order to deal with the demands of living with another person, Once a week, in order to deal with the demands of living with another person, and to continue to improve my skills in this sphere, I spend an evening in therapy. This is a small joke: my "therapist" is Dave, and I provide reciprocal services to him. Dave is also married, and considering that I am supposedly wired differently, our challenges are surprisingly similar. — Graeme Simsion
Wired Sayings By Stan Tatkin: necessarily surface in conscious awareness, because this type of anticipation resides in the deep and necessarily surface in conscious awareness, because this type of anticipation resides in the deep and wordless part of the brain. Much of what we do as partners is fundamentally about survival and our beastly, instinctual selves. In fact, we could say the human species has survived over millennia due to the simple imperative "Thou shall not get killed." Love and war are both conditions of our human brain. Arguably, though, the brain is wired first and foremost for war, rather than for love. Its primary function is to ensure we survive as individuals and as a species. And it is very, very good at this. — Stan Tatkin
Wired Sayings By Steven Soderbergh: We [people] are a species that's wired to tell stories. We need stories. It's how We [people] are a species that's wired to tell stories. We need stories. It's how we make sense of things. It's how we learn. — Steven Soderbergh
Wired Sayings By David Foster Wallace: This is not a matter of virtue-it's a matter of my choosing to do the This is not a matter of virtue-it's a matter of my choosing to do the work of somehow altering or getting free of my natural, hard-wired default-setting, which is to be deeply and literally self-centered, and to see and interpret everything through this lens of self. — David Foster Wallace
Wired Sayings By Peter Watts: Perfect hexagonal tubes in a packed array. Bees are hard-wired to lay them down, but Perfect hexagonal tubes in a packed array. Bees are hard-wired to lay them down, but how does an insect know enough geometry to lay down a precise hexagon? It doesn't. It's programmed to chew up wax and spit it out while turning on its axis, and that generates a circle. Put a bunch of bees on the same surface, chewing side-by-side, and the circles abut against each other - deform each other into hexagons, which just happen to be more efficient for close packing anyway. — Peter Watts
Wired Sayings By Helen Fisher: Keep an open heart. We are wired to find love. Keep an open heart. We are wired to find love. — Helen Fisher
Wired Sayings By Marshall McLuhan: Rationality or consciousness is itself a ratio or proportion among the sensuous components of experience, Rationality or consciousness is itself a ratio or proportion among the sensuous components of experience, and is not something added to such sense experience. Subrational beings have no means of achieving such a ratio or proportion in their sense lives but are wired for fixed wave lengths, as it were, having infallibility in their own area of experience. Consciousness, complex and subtle, can be impaired or ended by a mere stepping-up or dimming-down of any one sense intensity, which is the procedure in hypnosis. And the intensification of one sense by a new medium can hypnotize an entire community. — Marshall McLuhan
Wired Sayings By Triple H: Hardcore wrestling like CZW is just nonsense. There's no story there. You've got guys jumping Hardcore wrestling like CZW is just nonsense. There's no story there. You've got guys jumping off of houses onto barb wired tables, and that's it. They don't know how to work. CZW is trash. — Triple H
Wired Sayings By Nicholas Carr: Although neuroplasticity provides an escape from genetic determinism, a loophole for free thought and free Although neuroplasticity provides an escape from genetic determinism, a loophole for free thought and free will, it also imposes its own form of determinism on our behavior. As particular circuits in our brain strengthen through the repetition of a physical or mental activity, they begin to transform that activity into a habit. The paradox of neuroplasticity, observes Doidge, is that, for all the mental flexibility it grants us, it can end up locking us into "rigid behaviors."33 The chemically triggered synapses that link our neurons program us, in effect, to want to keep exercising the circuits they've formed. Once we've wired new circuitry in our brain, Doidge writes, "we long to keep it activated. — Nicholas Carr
Wired Sayings By Brene Brown: The idea that we're "wired for story" is more than a catchy phrase. Neuroeconomist Paul The idea that we're "wired for story" is more than a catchy phrase. Neuroeconomist Paul Zak has found that hearing a story - a narrative with a beginning, middle, and end - causes our brains to release cortisol and oxytocin. These chemicals trigger the uniquely human abilities to connect, empathize, and make meaning. Story is literally in our DNA. — Brene Brown
Wired Sayings By Frances Moore Lappe: Recent breakthroughs in science show we have just the capacities we need to face our Recent breakthroughs in science show we have just the capacities we need to face our planet's challenges. We're "soft-wired" for cooperation, empathy, fairness, along with a deep need to "make a dent," as social philosopher Erich Fromm put it. My hunch is that one reason depression is a global pandemic is that the dominant mental map denies so many of us expression of these deep needs and capacities. — Frances Moore Lappe
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Wired Sayings By Tila Tequila: Whoever I'm with, that's the person I'm with. That's the way I'm wired. Whoever I'm with, that's the person I'm with. That's the way I'm wired. — Tila Tequila
Wired Sayings By Peter Diamandis: After more than a decade as the editor of 'Wired' magazine, Chris Anderson started the After more than a decade as the editor of 'Wired' magazine, Chris Anderson started the company of his dreams - a robotics manufacturing company called 3D Robotics - to produce the autonomous flying vehicles coming out of DIY Drones. — Peter Diamandis