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Chistologos Quotes By Peter De Vries

Sometimes I write drunk and revise sober, and sometimes I write sober and revise drunk. But you have to have both elements in creation - the Apollonian and the Dionysian, or spontaneity and restraint, emotion and discipline. — Peter De Vries

Chistologos Quotes By Maureen Howard

When I go home my mother and I play a cannibal game; we eat each other over the years, tender morsel by morsel until there is nothing left but dry bone and wig. She is winning-needless to say she has had so much more experience. — Maureen Howard

Chistologos Quotes By Eric Mabius

I think that when you've only lived 17 years, you don't have, you haven't had a full canon of experiences, so every moment that you have here feels like the last moment in the world, because you've only had a handful of whatever those moments are. — Eric Mabius

Chistologos Quotes By Victor Hugo

He reached for his pocket, and found there, only reality — Victor Hugo

Chistologos Quotes By Dan Stevens

Soap opera seems to be a dirty word, but actually they are the most popular shows we have. People want to know what happens next, people hate the villains and love the lovers. It's good, fun TV. But I wouldn't call 'Downton' a soap opera as such. — Dan Stevens

Chistologos Quotes By Katie M. John

It's an important part of knight training - sweeping maidens off their feet. — Katie M. John

Chistologos Quotes By Ari Berk

Or maybe a ghost was only a thing that endures, like the furnishings of this room, like the chairs or table; a little worse for wear, but still here because someone cherished it, or because it was made of such hardy stuff that time couldn't wear it down fast enough. — Ari Berk

Chistologos Quotes By Kimberly Belle

In my experience, people who don't stick around during the hard times weren't worth having around anyway. — Kimberly Belle

Chistologos Quotes By Daisy Goodwin

Bay followed and put a hand on her arm. 'But Miss Baird, Charlotte, am I right to feel lucky that I have met you?' Charlotte smiled. 'I think we both might be lucky, don't you? — Daisy Goodwin

Chistologos Quotes By Paco Rabanne

Say goodbye to the age-old stereotypes of seduction. Seductive, but not a seductress, a woman wears a scent to reveal her personality. — Paco Rabanne

Chistologos Quotes By Jeff VanderMeer

his head burst in a blizzard of seeds that hung in the lamplight and drifted slowly to the ground like a tiny division of poison paratroopers. — Jeff VanderMeer

Chistologos Quotes By Greg Gutfeld

Makes me want to go to leave the United States and go to a more sensible place, like Texas. — Greg Gutfeld

Chistologos Quotes By Martin Suarez

We don't look at the sky anymore, instead we stare at boxes that keeps us captive; we don't walk barefoot any more, we refuse to kiss the earth with our feet, we keep busy worrying and fearing, we exist and die, like robots we work and consume. We ignore the beauty of a butterfly and the power of the eagle, we have forgotten the scent of flowers, we are too busy to enjoy nature, we are plastic most of the time; we live together but we do not connect, we are asleep.
I want to cleanse myself of societies' noise, walk barefoot, and kiss the earth with my feet, I want look at the sky, and like my ancestors, I want to feel free. I want to rejoice of who I am, and what I will become. — Martin Suarez

Chistologos Quotes By Jane Jacobs

Under the seeming disorder of the old city, wherever the old city is working successfully, is a marvelous order for maintaining the safety of the streets and the freedom of the city. It is a complex order. Its essence is intricacy of sidewalk use, bringing with it a constant succession of eyes. This order is all composed of movement and change, and although it is life, not art, we may fancifully call it the art form of the city and liken it to the dance - not to a simple-minded precision dance with everyone kicking up at the same time, twirling in unison and bowing off en masse, but to an intricate ballet in which the individual dancers and ensembles all have distinctive parts which miraculously reinforce each other and compose an orderly whole. The ballet of the good city sidewalk never repeats itself from place to place, and in any once place is always replete with new improvisations. — Jane Jacobs