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Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Brian Staveley

among a soft folk obsessed with words, choosing the right word is nearly as important as doing the right thing." The — Brian Staveley

Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Roddy Doyle

No matter how close to personal experience a story might be, inevitably you are going to get to a part that isn't yours and, actually, whether it happened or not becomes irrelevant. It is all about choosing the right words. — Roddy Doyle

Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Gerry Spence

I am not as concerned about choosing the right words as I am in letting the words flow naturally. — Gerry Spence

Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Shannon L. Alder

True love is not:
A person's looks
A person's career or accomplishments
Longevity of a relationship
Children together
Memories made
Words spoken or declared
Chance meetings you feel are fate
Hobbies and interests shared
Or, Religious beliefs in common
True love is:
Seeing the potential in someone and helping them to rise and meet it. It is selfless. It doesn't care about being right or winning. It cares about you choosing right. It is your heart breaking when they go against the goodness in their nature and it is your heart rejoicing when he or she does something so generous and kind for others, that it inspires you to be even better. It is confidence that doesn't seek to possess, rather to set your soul free. — Shannon L. Alder

Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Randall Munroe

By choosing the right words, you can take an idea that's happening in your head and try to make an idea like it happen in someone else's. That's what's happening right now. — Randall Munroe

Choosing The Right Words Quotes By Tanya Masse

INTEGRITY ... Choosing your thoughts, words and actions based on what's right rather than what's in it for you. — Tanya Masse