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Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Emily Gould

Amy had always thought she was too vain and selfish to seriously contemplate suicide, also too afraid of pain. She realized now that when she'd thought that, she hadn't understood how painful existence could get. It could get so painful, it turned out, that any other kind of pain began to seem preferable. She felt ridiculous thinking these goth-teenager thoughts, but they were real. — Emily Gould

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Simone De Beauvoir

All the idols made by man, however terrifying they may be, are in point of fact subordinate to him, and that is why he will always have it in his power to destroy them. — Simone De Beauvoir

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Denzel Washington

When you don't understand something, you label it and condemn it" (94) - Danny Glover, "The Fundamental Things — Denzel Washington

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Ethan Hawke

Right now, if you're interested in being a dramatic actor, they're not making that many just regular dramas. Movies have to have some other thing going on. — Ethan Hawke

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Matshona Dhliwayo

When love blossoms, kindness blooms. — Matshona Dhliwayo

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Prem Prakash

The world that we perceive is a reflection of our own states of mind and reveals our own level of consciousness. — Prem Prakash

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By John Edgar Wideman

I don't make that hard and fast distinction between political and nonpolitical writing. I write about what bothers me. — John Edgar Wideman

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Bernard M. Baruch

Every man has a right to his own opinion, but no man has a right to be wrong in his facts — Bernard M. Baruch

Entrambi In Italian Quotes By Jeanette Winterson

Thinking about time is to acknowledge two contradictory certainties: that our outward lives are governed by the seasons and the clock; that our inward lives are governed by something much less regular-an imaginative impulse cutting through the dictates of daily time, and leaving us free to ignore the boundaries of here and now and pass like lightning along the coil of pure time, that is, the circle of the universe and whatever it does or does not contain. — Jeanette Winterson