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Bandying Quotes By William Goldman

Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who tells you differently is selling something. — William Goldman

Bandying Quotes By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

We are assured that the world is becoming more and more united, is being formed into brotherly communion, by the shortening of distances, by the transmitting of thoughts through the air. Alas, do not believe in such a union of people. Taking freedom to mean the increase and prompt satisfaction of needs, they distort their own nature, for they generate many meaningless and foolish desires, habits, and the most absurd fancies in themselves. They live only for mutual envy, for pleasure-seeking and self-display. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Bandying Quotes By Renata Adler

Being neurotic seemed to be a kind of wild card, an all-purpose explanation. — Renata Adler

Bandying Quotes By Terence MacSwiney

It is not those who can inflict the most but those who can endure the most who will conquer. — Terence MacSwiney

Bandying Quotes By Karen Kingsbury

We're no light at all if we're not a light in a visible place. — Karen Kingsbury

Bandying Quotes By Margaret Thatcher

When will Labour learn that you cannot build Jerusalem in Brussels. — Margaret Thatcher

Bandying Quotes By Romano Guardini

We must not oppose what is new and try to preserve a beautiful world that is inevitably perishing. Nor should we try to build a new world of the creative imagination that will show none of the damage of what is actually evolving. Rather, we must transform what is coming to be. But we can do this only if we honestly say yes to it and yet with incorruptible hearts remain aware of all that is destructive and nonhuman in it. Our age has been given to us as the soil on which to stand and the task to master. — Romano Guardini

Bandying Quotes By Nikesh Shukla

While 'Rap Trax!' recorded, Neel found some scrap paper and we started writing our first lyrics. Bandying about subject matter and title, we got stuck on the idea of 'cool', so my first rap song became 'Pretty Cool'. It was a symbol of our confidence. We weren't awesome cool or mega cool. We were only ... pretty cool. — Nikesh Shukla

Bandying Quotes By Richard Dawkins

The very idea that grand conclusions could follow from such logomachist trickery offends me aesthetically, so I must take care to refrain from bandying words like 'fool'. — Richard Dawkins

Bandying Quotes By John De Ruiter

Awareness, one with knowing, is love. — John De Ruiter

Bandying Quotes By John C. Maxwell

Stay focus on what God has assigned me to do. Keep my mind on what I am doing/ — John C. Maxwell

Bandying Quotes By Theodore Dreiser

Here were these two, bandying little phrases, drawing purses, looking at cards, and both unconscious of how inarticulate all their real feelings were. Neither was wise enough to be sure of the working of the mind of the other. He could not tell how his luring succeeded. She could not realized that she was drifting, until he secured her address. Now she felt that she had yielded something - he, that he had gained a victory. Already he took control in directing the conversation. His words were easy. Her manner was relaxed. — Theodore Dreiser

Bandying Quotes By Nathaniel Hawthorne

Without any effort of his will, or power to restrain himself, he shrieked aloud; an outcry that went pealing through the night, and was beaten back from one house to another, and reverberated from the hills in the background; as if a company of devils, detecting so much misery and terror in it, had made a plaything of the sound and were bandying it to and fro. — Nathaniel Hawthorne

Bandying Quotes By Lois McMaster Bujold

It was hell to be so tired, and still care. — Lois McMaster Bujold

Bandying Quotes By Virginia Woolf

It passed through his mind that if he missed this chance of talking to Katharine, he would have to face an enraged ghost, when he was alone in his room again, demanding an explanation of his cowardly indecision. It was better, on the whole, to risk present discomfiture than to waste an evening bandying excuses and constructing impossible scenes with this uncompromising section of himself. — Virginia Woolf

Bandying Quotes By Elissa Janine Hoole

I used to believe in so many things - elves and leprechauns, virgins riding unicorns. I trusted that the world was made up of people who were generally good, though they may have lost their way temporarily. The faith my mother gave me - the words she whispered when she said good night, the idea that gave me hope for the two of us even when we fought bitterly over trivial things, as mothers and daughters do, I guess - was her belief in love, a love so unconditional we could barely scratch at the edges of comprehending it. — Elissa Janine Hoole