Zanti Misfits Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Zanti Misfits Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Zanti Misfits Sayings By Richard Wurmbrand: Consider as sin any minute of life spent on something other than saving souls for Consider as sin any minute of life spent on something other than saving souls for eternity from this world doomed to destruction. — Richard Wurmbrand
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Zanti Misfits Sayings By Laurence Sterne: If time, like money, could be laid by while one was not using it, there If time, like money, could be laid by while one was not using it, there might be some excuse for the idleness of half of the world, but yet not a full one. For even this would be such an economy as the living on a principal sum, without making it purchase interest. — Laurence Sterne
Zanti Misfits Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: It was terrible music to dance to; all you could really do was nod and It was terrible music to dance to; all you could really do was nod and hunch to the music. The girls all looked like they were listening to the same sad story. Yes, yes, yes, that's awful. Yes, yes, yes. — Rainbow Rowell
Zanti Misfits Sayings By Sophocles: We have only a little time to please the living. But all eternity to love We have only a little time to please the living. But all eternity to love the dead. — Sophocles
Zanti Misfits Sayings By Andy Serkis: Gollum is my picture of Dorian Gray. He will be with me for the rest Gollum is my picture of Dorian Gray. He will be with me for the rest of life, and I will grow to look more like him as I get older. — Andy Serkis
Zanti Misfits Sayings By Pete Du Pont: One of the tragedies of the Bush administration is that we went back to business One of the tragedies of the Bush administration is that we went back to business as usual, make a deal with the Democrats, let's all be friends in Washington philosophy. — Pete Du Pont
Zanti Misfits Sayings By Louise Rennison: Mr. Darcy was in Pride and Prejudice and at first he was all snooty and Mr. Darcy was in Pride and Prejudice and at first he was all snooty and huffy; then he fell in a lake and came out with his shirt all wet. And then we all loved him. In a swoony way. — Louise Rennison