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Words Spoken Sayings By Catherine Anderson: Annie giggled again. She couldn't seem to stop herself. And when she did, the most Annie giggled again. She couldn't seem to stop herself. And when she did, the most incredible thing happened. Alex's grin vanished, and after gazing down at her for what seemed to her several endless seconds, he got tears in his eyes. "Thank you," he said. Only that, just a simple "thank you." But to Annie, those were the two most wonderful words she'd ever seen spoken, and they meant more to her than a thousand others might have. With them, he told her a wealth of things, namely that he had meant everything he'd said to her in the attic, that he not only wouldn't punish her for making noise, but that he wanted her to. — Catherine Anderson
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Words Spoken Sayings By Louis L'Amour: Somebody comin'," he said softly. "Five or six, maybe." His words were spoken over an Somebody comin'," he said softly. "Five or six, maybe." His words were spoken over an empty fire, for each of us vanished ghostlike into the surrounding darkness. I, fortunately, had the presence of mind to retain my coffee. With the Ferguson rifle in my right hand, I drank coffee from the cup in my left. — Louis L'Amour
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Words Spoken Sayings By Alice Munro: As a matter of fact she does not know to this day if those words As a matter of fact she does not know to this day if those words were spoken, or if he only caught her, wound his arms around her, held her so tightly, with such continual, changing pressures that it seemed more than two arms were needed, that she was surrounded by him, his body strong and light, demanding and renouncing all at once, as if he was telling her she was wrong to give up on him, everything was possible, but then again that she was not wrong, he meant to stamp himself on her and go."
"Passion — Alice Munro
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Words Spoken Sayings By Vivian E. Moore: Faithfully I cherish the truth that has been spoken as I listen intensly to his Faithfully I cherish the truth that has been spoken as I listen intensly to his enchanting phrase holding dear the words that speak everlasting content — Vivian E. Moore
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Words Spoken Sayings By Dan Rhodes: I fell in love the moment I saw her in her grandfather's kitchen, her dark I fell in love the moment I saw her in her grandfather's kitchen, her dark curls crashing over her Portuguese shoulders. 'Would you like to drink coffee?' she smiled.
'I'm really not that thirsty.'
'What? What you say?' Her English wasn't too good. Now I'm seventy-three and she's just turned seventy. 'Would you like to drink coffee?' she asked me today, smiling.
'I'm really not that thirsty.'
'What? What you say?' Neither of us has the gift of language acquisition. After fifty years of marriage we have never really spoken, but we love each other more than words can say. — Dan Rhodes
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Words Spoken Sayings By David Eddings: Mandorallen turned to Barak. "If it please thee, my Lord," he requested politely, "deliver my Mandorallen turned to Barak. "If it please thee, my Lord," he requested politely, "deliver my challenge as soon as they approach us."
Barak shrugged. "It's your skin," he noted. He eyed the advancing knights and then lifted his voice in a great roar. "Sir Madorallen, Baron of Vo Mandor, desires entertainment," he declaimed. "It would amuse him if each of your parties would select a champion to joust with him. If, however, you are all such cowardly dogs that you have no stomach for such a contest, cease this brawling and stand aside so that your betters may pass."
"Splendidly spoken, my Lord Barak," Madorallen said with admiration.
"I've always had a way with words," Barak replied modestly. — David Eddings
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Words Spoken Sayings By James Weldon Johnson: In an astonishingly short time I reached the point where the language taught itself - In an astonishingly short time I reached the point where the language taught itself - where I learned to speak merely by speaking. This point is the place which students taught foreign languages in our schools and colleges find great difficulty in reaching. I think the main trouble is that they learn too much of a language at a time. A French child with a vocabulary of two hundred words can express more spoken ideas than a student of French can with a knowledge of two thousand. — James Weldon Johnson
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Words Spoken Sayings By Anna M. Aquino: Having true compassion for people isn't about the words that are spoken and the actions Having true compassion for people isn't about the words that are spoken and the actions that are done. Having true compassion is an attitude from the heart that can't be faked. — Anna M. Aquino
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Words Spoken Sayings By Jose Saramago: Words that come from the heart are never spoken, they get caught in the throat Words that come from the heart are never spoken, they get caught in the throat and can only be read in ones's eyes. — Jose Saramago
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Words Spoken Sayings By Jamie McGuire: I shook my head, sweeping my lips across hers. Not good enough. "I need to I shook my head, sweeping my lips across hers. Not good enough. "I need to hear you say it. I need to know you're mine."
"I've been yours since the second we
met," she said, begging. I stared into her eyes for a few seconds, and then felt my mouth turn up into a half smile, hoping her words were true and not just spoken in the moment. I leaned down and kissed her tenderly, and then she slowly pulled me into her. My entire body felt like it was melting inside of her.
"Say it again." Part of me couldn't believe it was all really happening.
"I'm yours." She breathed. "I don't ever want to be apart from you again."
"Promise me," I said, groaning with another thrust.
"I love you. I'll love you forever." She looked straight into my eyes when she spoke, and it finally clicked that her words weren't just an empty promise. — Jamie McGuire
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Words Spoken Sayings By Anne Rice: Words spoken to drunkards were truly words written in water. They vanished into the endless Words spoken to drunkards were truly words written in water. They vanished into the endless void in which the drunkard languished. — Anne Rice
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Words Spoken Sayings By Charles Dickens: Herbert received me with open arms, and I had never felt before so blessedly what Herbert received me with open arms, and I had never felt before so blessedly what it is to have a friend. When he had spoken some sound words of sympathy and encouragement, we sat down to consider the question, What was to be done? — Charles Dickens
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Words Spoken Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Sometimes we don't need words. Rather, it's words that need us. If we were no Sometimes we don't need words. Rather, it's words that need us. If we were no longer here, words would lose their whole function. They would end up as words that are never spoken, and words that aren't spoken are no longer words. — Haruki Murakami
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Words Spoken Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Yours is the gift of words that cannot be spoken," the Queen said to her, Yours is the gift of words that cannot be spoken," the Queen said to her, "and your brother's is the Angel's own gift. Your father made sure of it, when your brother was a child and before you were ever born. — Cassandra Clare
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Words Spoken Sayings By Horace: It will be practicable to blot written words which you do not publish; but the It will be practicable to blot written words which you do not publish; but the spoken word it is not possible to recall.
[Lat., Delere licebit
Quod non edideris; nescit vox missa reverti.] — Horace
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Words Spoken Sayings By Jerrel C. Thomas: In The Shadow Of The NightAll the clouds are gray, and the sky is dark In The Shadow Of The Night

All the clouds are gray, and the sky is dark as night. Soft words are spoken, and there's a twinkle, of a flicker of light.

The presence of a Man walks by, and Mighty and Powerful is He.
Kneeling down to pray, He says a prayer for me.

The sky becomes brighter, and the leaves of the trees turn green.
The flowers begin to bloom, and there's a warm gentle breeze.

Thank you Lord for setting me free... — Jerrel C. Thomas
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Words Spoken Sayings By Reginald Heber: Bread of the world, in mercy broken,Wine of the soul, in mercy shed,By whom the Bread of the world, in mercy broken,
Wine of the soul, in mercy shed,
By whom the words of life were spoken,
And in whose death our sins are dead:
Look on the heart by sorrow broken,
Look on the tears by sinners shed;
And be Thy feast to us the token
That by Thy grace our souls are fed. — Reginald Heber
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Words Spoken Sayings By Tim Hansel: God has spoken very boldly about his desire to be a presence in our lives. God has spoken very boldly about his desire to be a presence in our lives. If I want to heal the ache and loneliness in my own life, one of the things I need to do is get away, alone with God ... In the silence God will speak to you most powerfully. Too often his words to us get muffled, lost, or covered by the crowd of many noises both inside and outside of us. We must have a quiet heart in order to hear God's distinctive message to us. — Tim Hansel
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Words Spoken Sayings By Evangeline Anderson: What exactly do you think we're trying to do here?" Deep demanded. "You think we What exactly do you think we're trying to do here?" Deep demanded. "You think we want to fuck you?"
His rough words made Kat's stomach clench. "I sure as hell hope not for your sake," she said evenly. "You try it and I'll knee both of you so hard you'll be wearing your balls for bowties."
"Bravely spoken, little Kat." Deep had the nerve to sound amused. "But that isn't what this is about at all. We just need to heal you. — Evangeline Anderson
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Words Spoken Sayings By Sanhita Baruah: And truths, these days, are spokenThe same way promises are made,With gritted teeth and crossed And truths, these days, are spoken
The same way promises are made,
With gritted teeth and crossed fingers. — Sanhita Baruah
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Words Spoken Sayings By Andy Andrews: For you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free." Those are For you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free." Those are probably the most famous words ever spoken on the subject of truth. Most of us accept that particular sentence at face value. It certainly resonates with our spirit. It just feels right. But what does it mean, really? And have you ever contemplated the meaning that comes to light by inverting this principle? If it is correct that "you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free," then is it possible that if you don't know the truth, its absence can place you in bondage? — Andy Andrews
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Words Spoken Sayings By Wentworth Dillon, 4th Earl Of Roscommon: What you keep by you, you may change and mend but words, once spoken, can What you keep by you, you may change and mend but words, once spoken, can never be recalled. — Wentworth Dillon, 4th Earl Of Roscommon
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Words Spoken Sayings By Marcel Proust: And yet one did not find in the speech of Bergotte a certain luminosity which And yet one did not find in the speech of Bergotte a certain luminosity which in his books, as in those of some other writers, often modified in the written phrase the appearance of its words. This was doubtless because that light issues from so profound a depth that its rays do not penetrate to our spoken words in the hours in which, thrown open to others by the act of conversation, we are to a certain extent closed against ourselves. — Marcel Proust
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Words Spoken Sayings By Robert Louis Stevenson: It is one of the worst things of sentiment that the voice grows to be It is one of the worst things of sentiment that the voice grows to be more important than the words, and the speaker than that what is spoken. — Robert Louis Stevenson
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Words Spoken Sayings By Robin S. Sharma: Words affect the mind in a pronounced way. Whether they are spoken or written, they Words affect the mind in a pronounced way. Whether they are spoken or written, they are powerful influences. — Robin S. Sharma
Words Spoken Sayings By Catherynne M Valente: September knew a number of curse words, most of which she heard the girls at September knew a number of curse words, most of which she heard the girls at school saying in the bathrooms, in hushed voices, as if the words could make things happen just by being spoken, as if they were fairy words, and had to be handled just so. — Catherynne M Valente
Words Spoken Sayings By Lana McGregor: Fuck, you've been to the sex store.""Sure have." Josh held up a plastic bag. "Man, Fuck, you've been to the sex store."

"Sure have." Josh held up a plastic bag. "Man, that was fun. And by fun, I mean seriously fucking creepy... — Lana McGregor
Words Spoken Sayings By Jane Roberts: You were born into a state of grace. It is impossible for you to leave You were born into a state of grace. It is impossible for you to leave it. You will die in a state of grace whether or not special words are spoken for you, or water or oil is poured upon your head. You share this blessing with the animals and all other living things. You cannot fall out of grace, nor can it be taken from you. You can ignore it. You can hold beliefs that blind you to its existence. You will still be graced but unable to perceive you own uniqueness and integrity, and blind also to other attributes with which you are automatically gifted. — Jane Roberts
Words Spoken Sayings By Fisher Amelie: We held each other the entire night, no words spoken but the still, silent night We held each other the entire night, no words spoken but the still, silent night uttered so much. — Fisher Amelie
Words Spoken Sayings By Elise Kova: You bastard." The words were out before she even had time to consider them, but You bastard." The words were out before she even had time to consider them, but after spoken she hardly regretted them.
"What did you say?" Prince Aldrik snarled.
"You, my prince ," she sneered in kind. "You are a self-centered, egotistical, self-absorbed, narrow-sighted, vain, self-important," she felt her anger finally reach its boiling point, "conceited bastard !" Vhalla cried out. — Elise Kova
Words Spoken Sayings By Robert Greene: Her seductive power, however, did not lie in her looks [ ... ]. In reality, Her seductive power, however, did not lie in her looks [ ... ]. In reality, Cleopatra was physically unexceptional and had no political power, yet both Caesar and Antony, brave and clever men, saw none of this. What they saw was a woman who constantly transformed herself before their eyes, a one-woman spectacle.
Her dress and makeup changed from day to day, but always gave her a heightened, goddesslike appearance. Her words could be banal enough, but were spoken so sweetly that listeners would find themselves remembering not what she said but how she said it. — Robert Greene
Words Spoken Sayings By Patti Callahan Henry: Their words faded into the darkness as if they were spoken and unspoken at the Their words faded into the darkness as if they were spoken and unspoken at the same time; as if they were important and yet not at all, as if they were two people talking or maybe just one.
Darkness, she understood later, easily confused the meaning of words, of skin touching skin. In their remaining summers together she tried to find that oneness again. When it was all over,
when youth ended and he chose Maisy, she understood the lesson from the dock that night: she could never again call her feelings of intimacy and oneness love. Nor would she be fooled again into believing that her love was returned, that a boy felt more for her than friendship. — Patti Callahan Henry
Words Spoken Sayings By Alan Cohen: Everything you think, feel, say, and do contains seeds of more of itself. Everything you think, feel, say, and do contains seeds of more of itself. — Alan Cohen
Words Spoken Sayings By Thomas Merton: It is not speaking that breaks our silence, but the anxiety to be heard. The It is not speaking that breaks our silence, but the anxiety to be heard. The words of the proud man impose silence on all others, so that he alone may be heard. The humble man speaks only in order to be spoken to. — Thomas Merton
Words Spoken Sayings By Athol Fugard: As fascinated as I was by words on paper, it was matched by my fascination As fascinated as I was by words on paper, it was matched by my fascination with words in people's mouths. The spoken word. And that is the world of theatre. — Athol Fugard
Words Spoken Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: This woman, moved by some private sorrow as much as the words being spoken, cried This woman, moved by some private sorrow as much as the words being spoken, cried almost silently, unobserved by others, apart from Mma Ramotswe, who stretched out her hand and laid it on her shoulder. Do not cry, Mma, she began to whisper, but changed her words even as she uttered them, and said quietly, Yes, you can cry, Mma. We should not tell people not to weep - we do it because of our sympathy for them - but we should really tell them that their tears are justified and entirely right. — Alexander McCall Smith
Words Spoken Sayings By Christian Cantrell: The fewer moving parts, the better." "Exactly. No truer words were ever spoken in the The fewer moving parts, the better." "Exactly. No truer words were ever spoken in the context of engineering. — Christian Cantrell
Words Spoken Sayings By James W. Pennebaker: Function words behave differently than you might think. For example, the most commonly used word Function words behave differently than you might think. For example, the most commonly used word in spoken English, I, is used at far higher rates by followers than by leaders, truth-tellers than liars. People who use high rates of articles - a, an, the - do better in college than low users. And if you want to find your true love, compare the ways you use function words with that of your prospective partners. — James W. Pennebaker
Words Spoken Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: Humans also tend to find community to be pleasurable, and within the boundaries of community Humans also tend to find community to be pleasurable, and within the boundaries of community relationships, words - often ironic and self-deprecating - are always spoken that take on other meanings when uttered by others. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
Words Spoken Sayings By Kate McGahan: Those who are arrogant and controlling are determined to cling to spoken words but peaceful Those who are arrogant and controlling are determined to cling to spoken words but peaceful hearts are unafraid to go deeper beneath the surface. — Kate McGahan
Words Spoken Sayings By Don DeLillo: The true life is not reducible to words spoken or written, not by anyone, ever. The true life is not reducible to words spoken or written, not by anyone, ever. — Don DeLillo
Words Spoken Sayings By May Sarton: In Texas there's so much space words have a way Of getting lost in the In Texas there's so much space words have a way
Of getting lost in the silence before they're spoken
So people hang on a long time to what they have to say;
And when they say it the silence is not broken,
But it absorbs the words and slowly gives them
Over to miles of white-gold plains and grey-green hills,
And they are part of that silence that outlives them. — May Sarton
Words Spoken Sayings By Lev Grossman: But walking along Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, in his black overcoat and his gray interview But walking along Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn, in his black overcoat and his gray interview suit, Quentin knew he wasn't happy. Why not? He had painstakingly assembled all the ingredients of happiness. He had performed all the necessary rituals, spoken the words, lit the candles, made the sacrifices. But happiness, like a disobedient spirit, refused to come. He couldn't think what else to do. — Lev Grossman
Words Spoken Sayings By Charles Dickens: There were tears in the eye of the gentle girl, as these words were spoken; There were tears in the eye of the gentle girl, as these words were spoken; and when one fell upon the flower over which she bent, and glistened brightly in its cup, making it more beautiful, it seemed as though the outpouring of her fresh young heart, claimed kindred with the loveliest things in nature. — Charles Dickens
Words Spoken Sayings By Soren Kierkegaard: These words were spoken by Him to whom, according to His own statement, is given These words were spoken by Him to whom, according to His own statement, is given all power in heaven and on earth. You who hear me must consider within yourselves whether you will bow before his authority or not, accept and believe the words or not. But if you do not wish to do so, then for heaven's sake do not go and accept the words because they are clever or profound or wonderfully beautiful, for that is a mockery of God. — Soren Kierkegaard
Words Spoken Sayings By Douglas Preston: Already up to his waist in the quaking bog, Pendergast stopped struggling and stared up Already up to his waist in the quaking bog, Pendergast stopped struggling and stared up at his assassin. The icy glitter in the pale gray eyes spoke more eloquently of his hatred and despair than any words he might have spoken, and it shook Esterhazy to the core. — Douglas Preston
Words Spoken Sayings By Dana Rondel: God is life...Life is all and, too, we see it as simply a word. Yet God is life...Life is all and, too, we see it as simply a word. Yet words born of love, written, spoken or sung, illuminate and redeem the human soul. They become the rays of sunshine that transform an ordinary day. — Dana Rondel
Words Spoken Sayings By Michelle Hodkin: Boys are stupid and girls are trouble.Truer words were never spoken. Boys are stupid and girls are trouble.
Truer words were never spoken. — Michelle Hodkin
Words Spoken Sayings By Ian Bannen: Michael O'Sullivan was my great friend. But I don't ever remember telling him that. The Michael O'Sullivan was my great friend. But I don't ever remember telling him that. The words that are spoken at a funeral are spoken too late for the man who is dead. — Ian Bannen
Words Spoken Sayings By James Gleick: By contrast, a man who has just learned to read and write responds, "To go By contrast, a man who has just learned to read and write responds, "To go by your words, they should all be white." To go by your words - in that phrase, a level is crossed. The information has been detached from any person, detached from the speaker's experience. Now it lives in the words, little life-support modules. Spoken words also transport information, but not with the self-consciousness that writing brings. Literate people take for granted their own awareness of words, along with the array of word-related machinery: classification, reference, definition. Before literacy, there is nothing obvious about such techniques. "Try to explain to me what a tree is," Luria says, and a peasant replies, "Why should I? Everyone knows what a tree is, they don't need me telling them. — James Gleick
Words Spoken Sayings By Jonathan Demme: I'm of Neil Young's generation. Neil Young's songs have spoken to what it's like to I'm of Neil Young's generation. Neil Young's songs have spoken to what it's like to be at least a white male of his generation over the years. Endlessly, he's sung about the stuff that I really care about. He's put into words the feelings that hit you at different transitional moments in life. — Jonathan Demme
Words Spoken Sayings By Gloria D. Gonsalves: One should use well a mouth for someone will remember your words and the manner One should use well a mouth for someone will remember your words and the manner they were spoken. One should pose well in a body for someone will remember your image and how you carried it. One should serve well for someone will recall the kindness and spread it among humanity. — Gloria D. Gonsalves
Words Spoken Sayings By Jan Karon: I have just four words to leave with you. Four words that have spoken volumes I have just four words to leave with you. Four words that have spoken volumes of truth into my life.'
He wanted the words to stay in the room, to remain long after he had gone. Though no one wished to hear Paul's radical injunction, it had to be told.
'In everything, give thanks.'
This was the lifeboat in any crisis. Over and over again, he had learned this, and over and over again, he had to be reminded. — Jan Karon
Words Spoken Sayings By Richard Stearns: Saint Francis of Assisi understood the power of faith put into action to change the Saint Francis of Assisi understood the power of faith put into action to change the human heart, for it was he who said, "Preach the gospel always; when necessary use words." We had not yet spoken a word in their language, but the village elders had already "heard" the gospel. — Richard Stearns
Words Spoken Sayings By H. Jackson Brown Jr.: When you hear a kind word spoken about a friend, tell him so. When you hear a kind word spoken about a friend, tell him so. — H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Words Spoken Sayings By Walter Lippmann: In some measure, stimuli from the outside, especially when they are printed or spoken words, In some measure, stimuli from the outside, especially when they are printed or spoken words, evoke some part of a system of stereotypes, so that the actual sensation and the preconception occupy consciousness at the same time. The two are blended, much as if we looked at red through blue glasses and saw green. — Walter Lippmann
Words Spoken Sayings By John Daniel Thieme: a few words spoken beneath the moon, lovemay be, but I write your namein the a few words spoken beneath the moon, love
may be, but I write your name
in the celestial dust that lingers
in the air, above
the veilchenblau roses, callow
and pale — John Daniel Thieme
Words Spoken Sayings By Autumn Doughton: Wise words are all well and good when they are spoken by wise people, but Wise words are all well and good when they are spoken by wise people, but when egomaniacal assholes are tossing them around, they are just words. — Autumn Doughton
Words Spoken Sayings By Sheena Hutchinson: Once words are spoken they are out there in the universe to come to fruition. Once words are spoken they are out there in the universe to come to fruition. — Sheena Hutchinson
Words Spoken Sayings By Banana Yoshimoto: Living like that utterly convinced me of the extreme limitations of language. I was just Living like that utterly convinced me of the extreme limitations of language. I was just a child then, so I had only an intuitive understanding of the degree to which one losses control of words once they are spoken or written. It was then that I first felt a deep curiosity about language, and understood it as a tool that encompasses both a single moment and eternity. — Banana Yoshimoto
Words Spoken Sayings By Bruce R. McConkie: In speaking of these wondrous things I shall use my own words, though you may In speaking of these wondrous things I shall use my own words, though you may think they are the words of scripture, words spoken by other Apostles and prophets.
True it is they were first proclaimed by others, but they are now mine, for the Holy Spirit of God has borne witness to me that they are true, and it is now as though the Lord had revealed them to me in the first instance. I have thereby heard his voice and know his word. — Bruce R. McConkie
Words Spoken Sayings By Faith Blatchford: hen we allow hope to be challenged, our faith wavers and our words often become hen we allow hope to be challenged, our faith wavers and our words often become negative. Speaking the truth, rather than negative words has a two fold effect. First, the spoken word builds up our hope and faith. In addition, words of blessing released into the atmosphere actually have power to bring positive change. — Faith Blatchford
Words Spoken Sayings By Robin Wasserman: They wanted their girls to be safe. To do what they had to do to They wanted their girls to be safe. To do what they had to do to conform, to defer, to survive, to grow up. They wanted their girls never to grow up. Never to stop burning. They wanted their girls to say fuck it, to see through the lies, to know their own strength. They wanted their girls to believe the things could be different this time, and they wanted it to be true.
They wondered, sometimes, if they'd made a mistake. If it was dangerous, taming the wild, stealing away the words a girl might use to name her secret self. They wondered at the consequences of teaching a girl she was weak instead of warning her she was strong. They wondered, if knowing was power, what happened to power that refused to know itself; they wondered what happened that couldn't be satisfied, to pain that couldn't be felt, a rage that couldn't be spoken. — Robin Wasserman
Words Spoken Sayings By Dexter Palmer: It is time to put down the pen; time to clear the throat. Speaking is It is time to put down the pen; time to clear the throat. Speaking is a different thing altogether from writing. The spoken word has different properties, and different powers. If I have learned anything from writing down my own tale, it is this. — Dexter Palmer
Words Spoken Sayings By Terry Brooks: But words spoken can never be taken back. They can only be measured for and But words spoken can never be taken back. They can only be measured for and judged on the strength of their sincerity and need. — Terry Brooks
Words Spoken Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: No,' said Gandalf. 'That is not the road that you must take. I have spoken No,' said Gandalf. 'That is not the road that you must take. I have spoken words of hope. But only of hope. Hope is not victory. War is upon us and all our friends, a war in which only the use of the Ring could give us surety of victory. It fills me with great sorrow and great fear: for much shall be destroyed and all may be lost. I am Gandalf, Gandalf the White, but Black is mightier still. — J.R.R. Tolkien
Words Spoken Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: The power of words is awful, Frida. Sometimes I want to bury my typewriter in The power of words is awful, Frida. Sometimes I want to bury my typewriter in a box of quilts. The radio makes everything worse, because of the knack for amplifying dull sounds. Any two words spoken in haste might become law of the land. But you never know which two. You see why I won't talk to newsmen. — Barbara Kingsolver
Words Spoken Sayings By Gabrielle Bernstein: Your energy has far more power than you can even imagine. There is energy in Your energy has far more power than you can even imagine. There is energy in your spoken words, in your emails, and in your physical presence. — Gabrielle Bernstein
Words Spoken Sayings By Debasish Mridha: Spoken words have power beyond measure. Spoken words have power beyond measure. — Debasish Mridha
Words Spoken Sayings By Martha Graham: I love words very much. I've always loved to talk, and I've always love words I love words very much. I've always loved to talk, and I've always love words - the words that rest in your mouth, what words mean and how you taste them and so on. And for me the spoken word can be used almost as a gesture. — Martha Graham
Words Spoken Sayings By Najwa Zebian: Take responsibility.Just as you can't deny that you can feel love and hate, happiness and Take responsibility.
Just as you can't deny that you can feel love and hate, happiness and sadness, anger and ease of mind, or tiredness and relaxation, you can't deny that you have a fate that, sometimes, you can't control. That doesn't mean that it takes control over you. You can't deny that you have words that need to be spoken. You can't deny that you have a choice. You can't deny the ability that you can say no. You can't deny the ability that you have the freedom to make a decision and defend it. You can't deny injustice when you see it, unfairness when you feel it, oppression when you witness it. Stop blaming the world around you for wronging you. Take responsibility for the nos you could have said but chose not to, the words you could have said but didn't, instead wrapping your mouth with your own hands and remaining silent against what needed to be addressed. Take responsibility for the choices you could have made but restrained yourself from making. — Najwa Zebian
Words Spoken Sayings By Walter Lippmann: Photographs have the kind of authority over imagination to-day, which the printed word had yesterday, Photographs have the kind of authority over imagination to-day, which the printed word had yesterday, and the spoken word before that. They seem utterly real. They come, we imagine, directly to us without human meddling, and they are the most effortless food for the mind conceivable. Any description in words, or even any inert picture exists in the mind. But on the screen the whole process of observing, describing, reporting, and then imagining, has been accomplished for you. — Walter Lippmann
Words Spoken Sayings By Kristen Ashley: It's cooler you're not reading and, instead, standing close to a hot guy. No truer It's cooler you're not reading and, instead, standing close to a hot guy. No truer words were ever spoken. My smile got bigger. — Kristen Ashley
Words Spoken Sayings By Jonathan Maberry: Sometimes there aren't words, Benny knew. Sometimes there are hurts so deep that they exist Sometimes there aren't words, Benny knew. Sometimes there are hurts so deep that they exist in a country that has no spoken language, a place where all landscapes are blighted and no sun ever shines. Benny had left his footprints in the dust of that place. — Jonathan Maberry
Words Spoken Sayings By William Shakespeare: Words spoken can not be recalled so think twice before you speak. Words spoken can not be recalled so think twice before you speak. — William Shakespeare
Words Spoken Sayings By Melanie Dickerson: But squeezing her eyes tighter, she concentrated not on her fear but on his expression But squeezing her eyes tighter, she concentrated not on her fear but on his expression . . . his eyes . . . his lips . . . his dark brows and the way his dark hair hung over his forehead. She remembered his voice, the words he had spoken to her, and her stomach did that strange flip it often did when she thought about the margrave. Magdalen — Melanie Dickerson
Words Spoken Sayings By Sunday Adelaja: Words spoken today that are not needed now must be kept till they will be Words spoken today that are not needed now must be kept till they will be needed — Sunday Adelaja
Words Spoken Sayings By Irving Stone: I don't know myself," he said. "I sit down with a white board before the I don't know myself," he said. "I sit down with a white board before the spot that strikes me, and I say, 'That white board must become something!' I work for a long time, I come back home dissatisfied, I put it away in the closet. When I have rested a little I go to look at it with a kind of fear. I am still dissatisfied because I have too clearly in my mind the splendid original to be content with what I have made of it. But after all, I find in my work an echo of what struck me. I see that nature has told me something, has spoken to me, and that I have put it down in shorthand. In my shorthand there may be words that cannot be deciphered, there may be mistakes or gaps, but there is something in it of what the woods or beach or figure has told me. Do you understand?" "No. — Irving Stone
Words Spoken Sayings By John Taylor: We believe that God has set his hand in these last days to accomplish his We believe that God has set his hand in these last days to accomplish his purposes, to gather together his elect from the four winds, even to fulfil the words which he has spoken by all the holy prophets, to redeem the earth from the power of the curse, to save the human family from the ruin of the fall, and to place mankind in that position which God designed them to occupy before this world came into existence, or the morning stars sang together for joy. We believe in and realize these things. We feel them, we appreciate them, and therefore are we thus assembled together — John Taylor
Words Spoken Sayings By Mitt Romney: The words spoken by the leader of the free world can expand the frontiers of The words spoken by the leader of the free world can expand the frontiers of freedom or shrink them. When Ronald Reagan called on Gorbachev to 'tear down this wall', a surge of confidence rose that would ultimately breach the bounds of the evil empire. — Mitt Romney
Words Spoken Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: Some music has words, and rock had words that at times aspired to poetry, but Some music has words, and rock had words that at times aspired to poetry, but the words were always sounds first, spoken to the body before the mind. — Rebecca Solnit
Words Spoken Sayings By Myles Coverdale: It will greatly help you to understand scripture if you note - no only what It will greatly help you to understand scripture if you note - no only what is spoken and written, but of whom and to whom, with what words, at what time, where, to what intent, with what circumstances, considering what goes before and what follows. — Myles Coverdale
Words Spoken Sayings By Karen Kingsbury: Sometimes when Katy prayed, she could almost hear God's answer - the quiet, still resonance Sometimes when Katy prayed, she could almost hear God's answer - the quiet, still resonance of a Scripture deep in her heart or silent words of wisdom spoken by her parents or the Flanigans. — Karen Kingsbury
Words Spoken Sayings By Elijah Cainaan: When you find yourself writing, reading, or listening the delivery of words when spoken? You When you find yourself writing, reading, or listening the delivery of words when spoken? You know the melody of wordplay. "& I love Wordplay — Elijah Cainaan
Words Spoken Sayings By David Gemmell: Boy," said Druss, his eyes cold, "think well about this venture. For make no mistake, Boy," said Druss, his eyes cold, "think well about this venture. For make no mistake, you cannot
stand before me and live. No man ever has." The words were spoken softly, yet no one disbelieved the
old man. — David Gemmell
Words Spoken Sayings By Geoffrey Chaucer: Many a true word is spoken in jest Many a true word is spoken in jest — Geoffrey Chaucer
Words Spoken Sayings By Ferdinand De Saussure: Within speech, words are subject to a kind of relation that is independent of the Within speech, words are subject to a kind of relation that is independent of the first and based on their linkage: these are syntagmatic relations, of which I have spoken. — Ferdinand De Saussure
Words Spoken Sayings By Bob Dylan: And the words that are usedFor to get the ship confusedWill not be understood as And the words that are used
For to get the ship confused
Will not be understood as they're spoken.
For the chains of the sea
Will have busted in the night
And will be buried at the bottom of the ocean. — Bob Dylan
Words Spoken Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: I suppose all this sounds very crazy - all these terrible emotions always do sound I suppose all this sounds very crazy - all these terrible emotions always do sound foolish when we put them into our inadequate words. They are not meant to be spoken - only felt and endured. — L.M. Montgomery
Words Spoken Sayings By Jean-Paul Sartre: I felt that the success of the enterprise was in my hands: the moment had I felt that the success of the enterprise was in my hands: the moment had an obscure meaning which had to be trimmed and perfected ; certain motions had to be made, certain words spoken : I staggered under the weight of my responsibility. I started and saw nothing, I struggled in the midst of rites which were invented on the spot and tore them to shreds with my strong arms. At those times she hated me. — Jean-Paul Sartre
Words Spoken Sayings By Richelle Mead: Happy Birthday.Adrian came to a sudden halt. The words were soft and small, spoken tentatively, Happy Birthday.
Adrian came to a sudden halt. The words were soft and small, spoken tentatively, but easily discerned by vampire ears. Slowly, he turned around and found Jill Mastrano standing shyly before him. — Richelle Mead
Words Spoken Sayings By Henry Ward Beecher: As ships meet at sea a moment together, when words of greeting must be spoken, As ships meet at sea a moment together, when words of greeting must be spoken, and then away upon the deep, so men meet in this world; and I think we should cross no man's path without hailing him, and if he needs giving him supplies. — Henry Ward Beecher
Words Spoken Sayings By Del Close: No scene is ever about the words being spoken. No scene is ever about the words being spoken. — Del Close
Words Spoken Sayings By Ali Sina: The Christians and the Jews do not believe that the Bible is the verbatim words The Christians and the Jews do not believe that the Bible is the verbatim words of God. In fact it is clear that the books of the Bible are written by men - allegedly inspired men - but humans nonetheless. God in the Bible is spoken of in third person. This gives the believer a degree of caution. If the writers of the Bible were humans and humans are fallible, the Bible should not be taken literally. It is possible to interpret it, use one's logic to understand it in the light of science and adapt its teachings to meet the needs of the time. — Ali Sina
Words Spoken Sayings By Andrew Smith: And then it's always that one word that makes you so different and puts you And then it's always that one word that makes you so different and puts you outside the overlap of everyone else; and that word is so fucking big and loud, it's the only thing anyone ever hears when your name is spoken.
And whenever that happens to us, all the other words that make us the same disappear in its shadow. — Andrew Smith
Words Spoken Sayings By James Fenton: The term 'epitaph' itself means 'something to be spoken at a burial or engraved upon The term 'epitaph' itself means 'something to be spoken at a burial or engraved upon a tomb.' When an epitaph is a poem written for a tomb, and appears in a book, we are aware that we are not reading it in its proper form: we are reading a reproduction. The original of the epitaph is the tomb itself, with its words cut into the stone. — James Fenton
Words Spoken Sayings By Vonae Deyshawn: Negative words spoken into our lives are like a vine, slowly creeping in, growing, expanding Negative words spoken into our lives are like a vine, slowly creeping in, growing, expanding and entangling us until they're finally able to choke the life and dreams out. — Vonae Deyshawn
Words Spoken Sayings By Edward Abbey: Perhaps I shouldn't call it shit. That's a bit crude. I don't really despise Christianity Perhaps I shouldn't call it shit. That's a bit crude. I don't really despise Christianity or even the Roman Church, and certainly not the incontrovertible glory of the Middle Ages. What I do despise is the contemporary inclination to flop to the knees and crawl back into the past, to shy from what seem like impossible problems in order to bury the head, asshole aloft and twitching, in the Sands of Time. Cowardice, I calls it. Illusion-seeking. Womb-crawling. And treason. Desertion in the face of the enemy.
Strong words indeed. But I've always been rather a blunt, tough, plain-spoken type ... — Edward Abbey
Words Spoken Sayings By Rosamunde Pilcher: She was always left feeling like a murderer. Because the messenger becomes the murderer. Until She was always left feeling like a murderer. Because the messenger becomes the murderer. Until the fatal words are spoken, the loved one concerned is still alive, waking, sleeping, going about his business, making telephone calls, writing letters, going for walks, breathing, seeing. It was the telling that killed. — Rosamunde Pilcher
Words Spoken Sayings By Marianne Williamson: The highest level of creativity consists in being, not doing. When the being is intense The highest level of creativity consists in being, not doing. When the being is intense enough, when the words are spoken enough, when the thoughts are thought enough, the doing will automatically follow. — Marianne Williamson