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Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Henry Miller

I detest all books which run chronologically, which commence at the cradle and end with the grave. Even life doesn't run that way, much as people think it does. Life only commences at the hour of spiritual birth - which may be at eighteen or at forty-seven. And death is never the goal - but life! more life! — Henry Miller

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Rodney Stark

A whole lot of Americans have never met a Mormon. — Rodney Stark

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

There is no crime of which I do not deem myself capable. — Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Napoleon Bonaparte

Men, in general, are but great children. — Napoleon Bonaparte

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Roxanne Snopek

A person should never be sorry for loving someone. Only for not loving someone. — Roxanne Snopek

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Debasish Mridha

Feelings of guilt are the worst punishment. You are being punished by yourself. — Debasish Mridha

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Ellen Raskin

I try to say one thing with my work: A book is a wonderful place to be. A book is a package, a gift package, a surprise package-and within the wrappings is a whole new world and beyond. — Ellen Raskin

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Andrea Cremer

The fortress of books. And I think, privately, of the Three Little Pigs. I wonder if we are the big who built his house out of books and words and thoughts. What happens when the Big Bad Wolf arrives there? Does the house hold up? Or does it all fall down? — Andrea Cremer

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Eyvind Earle

Then very slowly I go to slightly lighter colors until little by little, the forms begin to take shape and I start to see what is happening. Since I never plan in advance, I simply let myself be led by instinct, taste and intuition. And it is in this manner that I find myself creating visions that I have never before imagined. And little by little certain color effects develop that excite me and I find the painting itself leading me on and I become only an instrument of a greater, wiser force ... or being ... or intelligence than I myself am. — Eyvind Earle

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Heather Graham Pozzessere

I always feel a responsibility to the people I write about. I feel obligated to portray them in the way they feel is proper. — Heather Graham Pozzessere

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Robert Green Ingersoll

The churches have no confidence in each other. Why? Because they are acquainted with each other. — Robert Green Ingersoll

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Jacobus Arminius

In this state [man's fallen condition], the Free Will of man toward the True God is not only wounded, maimed, infirm, bent, and weakened; but it is also imprisoned, destroyed and lost. And its powers are not only debilitated and useless unless they be assisted by grace, but it has no powers whatever except such as are excited by Divine grace. — Jacobus Arminius

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Bob Marley

How good and how pleasant it would be before God and man, yeah to see the unification of all Africans. — Bob Marley

Debilitated Infirm Quotes By Jackie Collins

First lust then love. — Jackie Collins