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29 Worthless Family Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Worthless Family Sayings By Amit Sharma: Sometimes the futility of it all drives me crazy. It's so mindbogglingly brainless. We are Sometimes the futility of it all drives me crazy. It's so mindbogglingly brainless. We are on this tiny speck of soil and dirt which we call Earth, which won't even register anywhere in vastness if you start comparing it with the other objects in the universe and our existence is such a paltry blip on it, just like a blink of an eye. And, even though, all you have to do is to look at the sky to be reminded of your being so minuscule and your existence to be so worthless, we still have the nerve to make each other's lives miserable. — Amit Sharma
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Worthless Family Sayings By Hajin Yoo: I thought all I had to do to get you back was kill off your I thought all I had to do to get you back was kill off your so-called mother and that little girl. No, I also pondered eating you alive. I imagined drinking all your blood and swallowing you whole many times. A thousand times ... no, a million times over the past few days! I couldn't even tell apart my dreams from reality. Why are you so obsessed with your piece of shit family? They abandoned you! Why must you only desire the things I can't give you, huh?! If you have any love left to go around, then don't give it to those worthless people. Give it to me! Give me everything. I want it all, even the last speck of dust lying at the bottom of your heart! Give me everything before I lose my mind! Before I really do drink your blood and eat your flesh! Before I swallow you whole! — Hajin Yoo
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Worthless Family Sayings By Yeonmi Park: I was beginning to realize that all the food in the world, and all the I was beginning to realize that all the food in the world, and all the running shoes, could not make me happy. The material things were worthless. I had lost my family. I wasn't loved, I wasn't free, and I wasn't safe. I was alive, but everything that made life worth living was gone. — Yeonmi Park
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Worthless Family Sayings By Alan Moore: Now, as I understand it, the bards were feared. They were respected, but more than Now, as I understand it, the bards were feared. They were respected, but more than that they were feared. If you were just some magician, if you'd pissed off some witch, then what's she gonna do, she's gonna put a curse on you, and what's gonna happen? Your hens are gonna lay funny, your milk's gonna go sour, maybe one of your kids is gonna get a hare-lip or something like that - no big deal.
You piss off a bard, and forget about putting a curse on you, he might put a satire on you. And if he was a skilful bard, he puts a satire on you, it destroys you in the eyes of your community, it shows you up as ridiculous, lame, pathetic, worthless, in the eyes of your community, in the eyes of your family, in the eyes of your children, in the eyes of yourself, and if it's a particularly good bard, and he's written a particularly good satire, then three hundred years after you're dead, people are still gonna be laughing, at what a twat you were. — Alan Moore
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Worthless Family Sayings By Louise Brown: A raped girl is bad for the family: it shows that they can't protect their A raped girl is bad for the family: it shows that they can't protect their women; that they have little social standing; and that they're not respectable. It's worse for the victim because once a woman, or a girl - or a boy - is known as the target of a rape she becomes so despised, so shamed, so worthless that she turns into public property. No one is raped only once. — Louise Brown
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Worthless Family Sayings By Nicholas Boothman: It's much easier to be convincing if you care about your topic. Figure out what's It's much easier to be convincing if you care about your topic. Figure out what's important to you about your message and speak from the heart. — Nicholas Boothman
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Worthless Family Sayings By Ray Bradbury: You don't ask a dream if it is real, or you wake up. You don't ask a dream if it is real, or you wake up. — Ray Bradbury
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Worthless Family Sayings By Doug Davidson: When the state executes a member of the human family, it declares that person worthless, When the state executes a member of the human family, it declares that person worthless, without possibility of redemption. As Christians, we believe this is a heresy, a denial that each human being is created in God's own image. — Doug Davidson
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Worthless Family Sayings By Celso Cukierkorn: My grandfather created a fortune that allowed him to live in luxury. He also went My grandfather created a fortune that allowed him to live in luxury. He also went on to build the first industrial building in an area of San Paulo that eventually became one of the largest wholesale neighborhoods in the world. When my grandfather passed away, he left millions of dollars to my family as an inheritance. That inheritance, however, would have been worthless if he had not also given us his legacy of personal responsibility and work ethic. My grandfather refused to be defined by others, therefore setting not only the value of his product, but also of himself and his family. — Celso Cukierkorn
Worthless Family Sayings By Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot: It is better to be nothing than a follower of other painters. The wise man It is better to be nothing than a follower of other painters. The wise man has said when one follows another one is always behind. — Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
Worthless Family Sayings By Sasha Graham: As children and into our tumultuous teen years, we feel our way through the world. As children and into our tumultuous teen years, we feel our way through the world. We may be told our intuition is wrong by peers and family. We act on our intuition and are quieted, shushed, or made fun of. In abusive situations, children raise their voice in objection and are silenced by adults who are supposedly know better. Our childhood intuition is stuffed down, ignored or suppressed. When you lie to a child, you send the message that their intuition is worthless and unreliable. This same child grows into adulthood questioning and doubting themselves. One of the most empowering things you can do is start to heal, trust and cultivate your intuition. You have the ability to reignite that candle inside yourself. You can reclaim your intuitive facilities. To do so is your birthright. — Sasha Graham
Worthless Family Sayings By Nathaniel Branden: You can be loved by your family, your mate, and your friends yet not love You can be loved by your family, your mate, and your friends yet not love yourself. You can be admired by your associates yet regard yourself as worthless. You can project an image of assurance and poise that fools almost everyone yet secretly tremble with a sense of inadequacy. You can fulfill the expectations of others yet fail your own. You can win every honor yet feel that you have accomplished nothing. What shall it profit a person to gain the esteem of the whole world yet lose his or her own? — Nathaniel Branden
Worthless Family Sayings By Karin Slaughter: So far, she had nothing but fear and the nauseating sensation that the hour would So far, she had nothing but fear and the nauseating sensation that the hour would pass and she would be just as helpless as when she'd first left the Fuller house. The same problems that had plagued her before were on an endless loop that took up every conscious thought. Her mother: persistently unavailable. Huckleberry: worthless. Jacob Mayhew: probably working for the congressman. Fred Nolan: ditto, or maybe he had his own agenda. Congressman Johnny Jackson: Paul's secret uncle. Powerful and connected, and duplicitous enough to stand with the Kilpatrick family during press conferences, as if he had no idea what had happened to their precious child. Adam Quinn: possible friend or foe. — Karin Slaughter
Worthless Family Sayings By Shannon A. Thompson: Without this flock, I would be worthless. Without the people in this flock, I'd be Without this flock, I would be worthless. Without the people in this flock, I'd be empty. Without the people who started this flock, I'd be dead. — Shannon A. Thompson
Worthless Family Sayings By David S. Baxter: Hope, like faith, is a principle of action. It motivates and inspires. We do not Hope, like faith, is a principle of action. It motivates and inspires. We do not sit in our armchairs and hope for hope; we get up and go to work. — David S. Baxter
Worthless Family Sayings By Kathleen Troia McFarland: Reagan won the Cold War by first restoring America's economy and military and then staring Reagan won the Cold War by first restoring America's economy and military and then staring down an economically weakened Soviet Union. He knew defeating Russia couldn't be accomplished without laying the groundwork. — Kathleen Troia McFarland
Worthless Family Sayings By H.D.: Let us search the old highways. Let us search the old highways. — H.D.
Worthless Family Sayings By David Lovelace: I now know for certain that my mind and emotions, my fix on the real I now know for certain that my mind and emotions, my fix on the real and my family's well-being, depend on just a few grams of salt. But treatment's the easy part. Without honesty, without a true family reckoning, that salt's next to worthless. — David Lovelace
Worthless Family Sayings By Ayn Rand: The respectable family that supports worthless relatives or covers up their crimes in order to The respectable family that supports worthless relatives or covers up their crimes in order to "protect the family name"(as if the moral stature of one man could be damaged by the actions of another)
-the bum who boasts that his great-grandfather was an empire-builder, or the small-town spinster who boasts that her maternal great-uncle was a state senator and her third cousin gave a concert at carnegie hall (as if the achievement of one man could rub off on the mediocrity of another)
-the parents who search geneological trees in order to evaluate their prospective son-in-law.
-the celebrity who starts his autobiography with a detailed account of his family history
-All these are samples of racism. — Ayn Rand
Worthless Family Sayings By Dave Heineman: I want to emphasize that I am not opposed to pipelines. We already have hundreds I want to emphasize that I am not opposed to pipelines. We already have hundreds of them in our state. I am opposed to the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline route because it is directly over the Ogallala Aquifer. — Dave Heineman
Worthless Family Sayings By David J. Waldron: An ethical, high quality, student centered, outcomes driven, affordable education for the benefit of our An ethical, high quality, student centered, outcomes driven, affordable education for the benefit of our fellow citizens seeking a better life by means of gainful employment from career focused education and training. — David J. Waldron
Worthless Family Sayings By Lisa See: Anyone who tells you that the Yao people never care for their daughters is lying. Anyone who tells you that the Yao people never care for their daughters is lying. We may be worthless. We may be raised for another family. But often we are loved and cherished, despite our natal families' best efforts not to have feelings for us. — Lisa See
Worthless Family Sayings By Winona LaDuke: Food sovereignty is an affirmation of who we are as indigenous peoples and a way, Food sovereignty is an affirmation of who we are as indigenous peoples and a way, one of the most surefooted ways, to restore our relationship with the world around us. — Winona LaDuke
Worthless Family Sayings By Nathaniel Hawthorne: Of the family tree, with so much venerable moss upon it, should have borne, as Of the family tree, with so much venerable moss upon it, should have borne, as its topmost bough, an idler like myself. No aim that I have ever cherished would they recognise as laudable; no success of mine - if my life, beyond its domestic scope, had ever been brightened by success - would they deem otherwise than worthless, if not positively disgraceful. "What is he?" murmurs one grey — Nathaniel Hawthorne
Worthless Family Sayings By Neil Gaiman: Over the following two years Essie became an accomplished shop-lifter, her wide skirts capable of Over the following two years Essie became an accomplished shop-lifter, her wide skirts capable of concealing a multitude of sins, — Neil Gaiman
Worthless Family Sayings By Laurence J. Peter: Competition in academia is so vicious because the stakes are so small. Competition in academia is so vicious because the stakes are so small. — Laurence J. Peter
Worthless Family Sayings By Peter Morgan: I'm always pre-occupied with what it is that I'm doing at the moment. I'm always pre-occupied with what it is that I'm doing at the moment. — Peter Morgan
Worthless Family Sayings By Richelle Mead: I had to be the next family Alchemist. My sister ... well, she's older, and I had to be the next family Alchemist. My sister ... well, she's older, and usually it's the oldest kid who has to do the job. But, she's kind of ... worthless. -Sydney to Rose — Richelle Mead
Worthless Family Sayings By Martin Luther King Jr.: It is understandable how this shame came into being. The nation made the black man's It is understandable how this shame came into being. The nation made the black man's color a stigma. Even linguistics and semantics conspire to give this impression. If you look in Roget's Thesaurus you will find about 120 synonyms for blacK, and right down the line you will find words like smut, something dirty, worthless, and useless, and then you look further and you find about 120 synonyms for white and they all represent something high, noble, pure, chaste - right down the line. In our language structure, a white lie is a little better than a black lie. Somebody goes wrong in the family and we don't call him a white sheep, we call him a black sheep. We don't say whitemail, but blackmail. We don't speak of white-balling somebody, but black-balling somebody. The word 'black' itself in our society connotes something that is degrading. It was absolutely necessary to come to a moment with a sense of dignity. It is very positive and very necessary. — Martin Luther King Jr.