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Facts.co Love Quotes By Andrea Dworkin

I need the money, people are very coy about money, and the ladies arent just coy, they are sci fi about money ...
... people ask, well, dont sweet things happen? yes, indeed, many sweet things, but sweet doesnt keep you from dying, making love doesnt keep you from dying unless you get paid, writing doesnt keep you from dying unless you get paid, being wise doesnt keep you from dying unless you get paid, facts are facts, being poor makes you face facts which also does not keep you from dying. — Andrea Dworkin

Facts.co Love Quotes By Effrosyni Moschoudi

We overestimate what we hear from others, what the facts may be. But the truth, it always lies in our hearts. When you choose the right person to love, you're happy. Even after one or two failed attempts, when there are obstacles in the way, soon enough things have a way of working out. But if you've tried all you could, and you're still suffering, then it's time to let go. Just ask your heart. If the pain is more than you can handle, then it's time to move on — Effrosyni Moschoudi

Facts.co Love Quotes By Barack Obama

I love listening to these guys give us lectures about debt and deficits. I inherited a trillion-dollar deficit ... This notion that somehow we caused the deficits is just wrong. It's just not true ... If they start trying to give you a bunch of facts and figures suggesting that it's true, what they're not telling you is they baked all this stuff into the cake with those tax cuts and a prescription drug plan that they didn't pay for and the wars. — Barack Obama

Facts.co Love Quotes By Pavankumar Nagaraj

Lies can run but they can't hide — Pavankumar Nagaraj

Facts.co Love Quotes By James Fenimore Cooper

An interesting fiction ... however paradoxical the assertion may appear ... addresses our love of truth- not the mere love of facts expressed by true names and dates, but the love of that higher truth, the truth of nature and principals, which is a primitive law of the human mind. — James Fenimore Cooper

Facts.co Love Quotes By Edith Hamilton

It may seem odd to say that the men who made the myths disliked the irrational and had a love for facts; but it is true, no matter how wildly fantastic some of the stories are ... — Edith Hamilton

Facts.co Love Quotes By Andrea Portes

Logan is a sideways, brilliant, honest guy who does the coolest stuff ever, and everybody hates, but who I am basically in love with.
But Logan is damaged, broken. And, let's not sugarcoat it, that ain't gonna change.
Even though it isn't his fault, even though his shitty father caused it, even though it's not fair . . . that kinda thing cuts deep. That kinda thing sticks — Andrea Portes

Facts.co Love Quotes By Walt F.J. Goodridge

FACT: You CAN make money doing what you love! Even in a down economy! — Walt F.J. Goodridge

Facts.co Love Quotes By Stephen Leacock

You cannot depict love inside a frame of fact. It needs a mist to dissolve in. — Stephen Leacock

Facts.co Love Quotes By Kemi Sogunle

Every time you mistreat someone, you reveal the part of you that lacks love and needs to heal. — Kemi Sogunle

Facts.co Love Quotes By E. M. Forster

The main facts in human life are five: birth, food, sleep, love and death. — E. M. Forster

Facts.co Love Quotes By Kristin Hannah

That's the funny thing about writing your life story. You start out trying to remember dates and times and names. You think it's about facts, your life; that what you'll look back on and remember are the successes and failures, the time line of your youth and middle age, but that isn't it at all. Love. Family. Laughter. That's what I remember when it's all said and done. — Kristin Hannah

Facts.co Love Quotes By Zayn Malik

I love the fact I grew up wanting a brother and now I have four. — Zayn Malik

Facts.co Love Quotes By Cassandra Clare

Do you even really know how vampires are made?'
'Well, when a mommy vampire and a daddy vampire love each other very much ... — Cassandra Clare

Facts.co Love Quotes By Alice Walsh

To be in love at my age would mean not to have learnt anything at all. — Alice Walsh

Facts.co Love Quotes By Stef Penney

I love research, and in fact it's liberating because you have to create your own world. No one can say "I've just got back from the 1860s, and you got it wrong." Anyway, it's fiction. — Stef Penney

Facts.co Love Quotes By Russell Smith

What I would love to see is art that explicitly addresses not personal intimacies but anonymous intimacies: the vast collections of facts about you and me that now exist in giant server banks. — Russell Smith

Facts.co Love Quotes By Neil Gaiman

I've been making a list of the things they don't teach you at school. They don't teach you how to love somebody. They don't teach you how to be famous. They don't teach you how to be rich or how to be poor. They don't teach you how to walk away from someone you don't love any longer. They don't teach you how to know what's going on in someone else's mind. They don't teach you what to say to someone who's dying. They don't teach you anything worth knowing. — Neil Gaiman

Facts.co Love Quotes By Daniel L. Akin

When we approach theology as facts to look at, it is easy to allow certain theological debates to replace Scripture as our primary theological subject matter. These debates - such as the categorization of God's attributes, the nature of predestination, the age of the earth, and the continuation of certain spiritual gifts - are not unimportant issues, and sometimes the church must return to them for extended theological reflection. However, the church's mission is derailed when theology becomes little more than a discipline helping people know what to believe about these particular issues. These debates are necessary to the task of theology, but they are not primary. The primary role of theology is to cultivate in us a love for and knowledge of — Daniel L. Akin

Facts.co Love Quotes By Joseph Wood Krutch

Love is ... not a fact in nature of which we become aware, but rather a creation of the human imagination. — Joseph Wood Krutch

Facts.co Love Quotes By Arthur Conan Doyle

Detection is, or ought to be, an exact science and should be treated in the same cold and unemotional manner. You have attempted to tinge it with romanticism, which produces much the same effect as if you worked a love-story ... Some facts should be suppressed, or, at least, a just sense of proportion should be observed in treating them. The only point in the case which deserved mention was the curious analytical reasoning from effects to causes, by which I succeeded in unravelling it.'
- Sherlock Holmes on John Watson's "pamphlet", "A Study in Scarlet". — Arthur Conan Doyle

Facts.co Love Quotes By Anna Sui

I love the fact that fashion always changes, and I hate the fact that it always changes. — Anna Sui

Facts.co Love Quotes By James Joyce

Love ... is in fact so unnatural a phenomenon that it can scarcely repeat itself — James Joyce

Facts.co Love Quotes By Bill Maher

Tea-baggers love the truth. They just hate facts. — Bill Maher

Facts.co Love Quotes By La'Tonya West

It has to be in a man's heart to love you, be faithful to you, respect you, and treat you like a queen. If it isn't in his heart, it doesn't matter how good you look, how much you do, how long you've been holding him down, or what your title is. He will view you on the same level as every other woman... ~facts — La'Tonya West

Facts.co Love Quotes By Virginia Woolf

In all the books love is one of the great facts that mould human life. But it is a catastrophe: it happens suddenly and overwhelmingly, and there is little to be said about it. — Virginia Woolf

Facts.co Love Quotes By Marcel Proust

All the while that Jean was listening to him, he was vaguely conscious that what gives literature its reality is the result of work accomplished by the human spirit, no matter what the material facts that may have stimulated it (a walk, a night of love, a social drama), of a sort of discovery in the world of the spirit, of the emotions, made by the human intelligence, so that the value of a book is never in the material presented by the writer, but in the nature of the operation he performs upon it. — Marcel Proust

Facts.co Love Quotes By Jon Foreman

Music is a handshake where I, as a songwriter, am only part of the equation. I love that, the fact that you can make the song your own. — Jon Foreman

Facts.co Love Quotes By Dora J. Arod

I'm a fake fact factory. The things I make are the things I make up. Also, as a side business, I make love. Actually, I just made that up. — Dora J. Arod

Facts.co Love Quotes By William Carlos Williams

At our age the imagination
across the sorry facts
lifts us
to make roses
stand before thorns.
Sure
love is cruel
and selfish
and totally obtuse -
at least, blinded by the light,
young love is.
But we are older,
I to love
and you to be loved,
we have,
no matter how,
by our wills survived
to keep
the jeweled prize
always
at our finger tips.
We will it so
and so it is
past all accident. — William Carlos Williams

Facts.co Love Quotes By Anna Todd

Is love always like this? Is it always so passionate, yet so damn painful? — Anna Todd

Facts.co Love Quotes By Lovely Goyal

When the things get hard, there is a success near about. — Lovely Goyal

Facts.co Love Quotes By Marxxha

Conducting an investigation is the result of a crime that has taken place. Sometimes you have to accept the facts, make peace, and move on with love still in your heart. Fate is out of our reach. — Marxxha

Facts.co Love Quotes By Frank C. Lockwood

The ultimate fact of the universe is love; and its sway is all-comprehensive, and absolutely certain of final victory. — Frank C. Lockwood

Facts.co Love Quotes By Gore Vidal

... the American reader cannot bear a surprise. He knows that this is the greatest country on earth ... and evidence to the contrary is not admissible. That means no inconvenient facts, no new information. If you really want the reader's attention, you must flatter him. Make his prejudices your own. Tell him things he already knows. He will love your soundness. — Gore Vidal

Facts.co Love Quotes By Amy Lowell

Sexual love is the most stupendous fact of the universe, and the most magical mystery our poor blind senses know. — Amy Lowell

Facts.co Love Quotes By Fredrik Backman

Hate can be a deeply stimulating emotion. The world becomes easier to understand and much less terrifying if you divide everything and everyone into friends and enemies, we and they, good and evil. The easiest way to unite a group isn't through love, because love is hard, It makes demands. Hate is simple. So the first thing that happens in a conflict is that we choose a side, because that's easier than trying to hold two thoughts in our heads at the same time. The second thing that happens is that we seek out facts that confirm what we want to believe - comforting facts, ones that permit life to go on as normal. The third is that we dehumanize our enemy. — Fredrik Backman

Facts.co Love Quotes By Simon Pegg

I love my job very much, and I don't think I would change it. In fact, I know I wouldn't, because I can't do anything else. — Simon Pegg

Facts.co Love Quotes By Sharon Stone

I love the fact British men act cool whatever the situation so I'm planning to recruit there. — Sharon Stone

Facts.co Love Quotes By George MacDonald

Trust is born in love, and our need is to love God, not apprehend
facts concerning him. — George MacDonald

Facts.co Love Quotes By Shelby Foote

A fact is not a truth until you love it. — Shelby Foote

Facts.co Love Quotes By Gerrit Smith

But I love honesty, and, therefore; do I make great account of facts. — Gerrit Smith

Facts.co Love Quotes By Irene Papas

Falling in love is like death ... they are both facts — Irene Papas

Facts.co Love Quotes By Gene Simmons

Better to discuss everything out in the open while you're in love, then if or when the relationship sadly ends. It's called Full Disclosure Before The Fact. — Gene Simmons

Facts.co Love Quotes By Simone Weil

We must love all facts, not for their consequences, but because in each fact God is there present. — Simone Weil

Facts.co Love Quotes By Sahara Sanders

It is not really wise to make too many assumptions when you don't yet have all the facts to do so. You may believe your conclusions are logical, while they may turn out to be totally wrong. — Sahara Sanders

Facts.co Love Quotes By Siobhan Davis

I know I need to face the facts, and remain strong to extricate myself from this hideous situation, but not yet. I figure I'm owed at least one day to indulge my self-pity. One day to wallow in despair. To give into the soul-crunching heart-stomping pain ripping me to shreds on the inside. — Siobhan Davis

Facts.co Love Quotes By Diane Sawyer

I love cabdrivers. I love their unpredictable manners. I love the pictures of their families on the visors. I love the fact that most of them think I'm Martha Stewart. — Diane Sawyer

Facts.co Love Quotes By Kanye West

I love the fact that I'm bad at [things], you know what I'm saying? I'm forever the 35-year-old 5-year-old. I'm forever the 5-year-old of something. — Kanye West

Facts.co Love Quotes By Tommy Tran

Hope is magic. Hope is a gift. Hope is a raft we cling to in the midst of a storm. Hope by nature is an independent of logic. Hope is power outside of the facts.
The human mind longs for something better. Hope is not rational. Yet who need rationality when God is on our side? The capacity of hope is the most significant fact in life. — Tommy Tran

Facts.co Love Quotes By David Wroblewski

Edgar, do you actually think that how long a person grieves is a measure of how much they loved someone? There's no rule book that says how to do this." She laughed, bitterly. "Wouldn't that be great? No decisions to make. Everything laid right out for us. But there's no such thing. You want facts, don't you? Rules. Proof. You're like your father that way. Just because a thing can't be logged, charted, and summarized doesn't mean it isn't real. Half the time we walk around in love with the idea of a thing instead of the reality of it. But sometimes things don't turn out that way. You have to pay attentin to what's real, what's in the world. Not some imaginary alternative, as if it's a choice we could make. — David Wroblewski

Facts.co Love Quotes By Maryann Brandon

I love the fact that we've made a film that not only the whole family can go to and enjoy but, you know, it's actually having an effect. You know, Rey's character is a tough woman who your 6-year-old can pick up a lightsaber now and go for it. — Maryann Brandon

Facts.co Love Quotes By Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Chasing after a guy who's not interested in you will rip the hell out of your self-respect. Better to face facts now because the longer you put it off, the harder it'll be. — Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Facts.co Love Quotes By Stephen Moyer

I love the fact you can walk down a street in London and get lost, even though you've lived here 20 years. — Stephen Moyer

Facts.co Love Quotes By Mary McCarthy

The fact is that gardening, more than most of our other activities except sometimes love-making, confronts us with the inexplicable. — Mary McCarthy

Facts.co Love Quotes By Franklin D. Roosevelt

I consider it a public duty to answer falsifications with facts. I will not pretend that I find this an unpleasant duty. I am an old campaigner, and I love a good fight. — Franklin D. Roosevelt

Facts.co Love Quotes By Kathleen E. Woodiwiss

Oh, my love," Erienne breathed as he pressed his lips to her brow, "I was afraid you would come, and yet I hoped you would."
Light kisses rained upon her cheek and brow as he held her close, savoring the nearness of her while he could. "I would have come sooner had I known where they had taken you. I had not expected this of your father, but he will answer. I promise you that."
Erienne shook her head and replied in the same muted tone. "He is not my real father."
Christopher held her away, looking down at her wonderingly. "What is this?"
"My mother married an Irish rebel and got with child before he was hanged. Avery married her, knowing the facts, but he never told her that it was he who had given the final orders to hang my father."
Christopher gently brushed a tumbled curl from off her cheek. "I knew you were too beautiful to be kin to him."

-Erienne & Christopher — Kathleen E. Woodiwiss

Facts.co Love Quotes By Charles Baudelaire

Love is a taste for prostitution. In fact, there is no noble pleasure that cannot be reduced to Prostitution. — Charles Baudelaire

Facts.co Love Quotes By Julianna Keyes

How could I not see you? With all these huge muscles ... " I sling a leg across his thighs and slide a hand under his jacket, over his stomach. "And this six pack ... "
"It's an eight-pack," he mutters, eyes sliding shut.
"And this adorable messy hair ... "
"Don't ruin it with the wrong adjectives."
"Fine, no more compliments. Just facts. I love you, Crosbie Lucas."
"I love you too," he replies. — Julianna Keyes

Facts.co Love Quotes By J.R.R. Tolkien

No language is justly studied merely as an aid to other purposes. It will in fact better serve other purposes, philological or historical, when it is studied for love, for itself. — J.R.R. Tolkien

Facts.co Love Quotes By Kim Harrington

We want who we want, right? No matter what other people say. No matter what reason or reality we're faced with. No matter what facts our brains process. The heart's a stubborn organ. — Kim Harrington

Facts.co Love Quotes By Ernst Haas

I love to read theories without ever using them when working ... The paradoxical fact in the aesthetic is that theories are also true in reverse. — Ernst Haas

Facts.co Love Quotes By Thomas Perez

What we're doing here in America is we're making women choose between the family they love and the job that they need. No other nation on the planet is making these choices. In other countries, they've put politics aside and looked at the facts. When women succeed, the world succeeds. We're losing sight of that here in the USA. — Thomas Perez

Facts.co Love Quotes By John Galt

There can be no causeless love or any sort of causeless emotion. An emotion is a response to a fact of reality, an estimate dictated by your standards. — John Galt

Facts.co Love Quotes By Daniel Handler

The window rattles without you, you bastard. The trees are the cause, rattling in the wind, you jerk, the wind scraping those leaves and twigs against my window. They'll keep doing this, you terrible husband, and slowly wear away our entire apartment building. I know all these facts about you and there is no longer any use for them. What will I do with your license plate number, and where you hid the key outside so we'd never get locked out of this shaky building? What good does it do me, your pants size and the blue cheese preference for dressing? Who opens the door in the morning now, and takes the newspaper out of the plastic bag when it rains? I'll never get back all the hours I was nice to your parents. I nudge my cherry tomatoes to the side of the plate, bastard, but no one is waiting there with a fork to eat them. I miss you and I love you, bastard bastard bastard, come and clean the onion skins out of the crisper and trim back the tree so I can sleep at night. — Daniel Handler

Facts.co Love Quotes By Rebecca Solnit

The moment when mortality, ephemerality, uncertainty, suffering, or the possibility of change arrives can split a life in two. Facts and ideas we might have heard a thousand times assume a vivid, urgent, felt reality. We knew them then, but they matter now. They are like guests that suddenly speak up and make demands upon us; sometimes they appear as guides, sometimes they just wreck what came before or shove us out the door. We answer them, when we answer, with how we lead our lives. Sometimes what begins as bad news prompts the true path of a life, a disruptive visitor that might be thanked only later. Most of us don't change until we have to, and crisis is often what obliges us to do so. Crises are often resolved only through anew identity and new purpose, whether it's that of a nation or a single human being. — Rebecca Solnit

Facts.co Love Quotes By Stieg Larsson

She hardly ever began conversations with strangers just to talk. It was not a matter of shyness. For her, a conversation had a straightforward function. How do I get to the pharmacy? or How much does the hotel room cost? Conversation also had a professional function. [ ... ] When she worked as a researcher [ ... ], she had never minded having a long conversation if it was to ferret out facts. On the other hand, she disliked personal discussions, which always led to snooping around in areas she considered private. — Stieg Larsson

Facts.co Love Quotes By Ian McEwan

I squeezed her hand and said nothing. I knew little about Keats or his poetry, but I thought it possible that in his hopeless situation he would not have wanted to write precisely because he loved her so much. Lately I'd had the idea that Clarissa's interest in these hypothetical letters had something to do with our own situation, and with her conviction that love that did not find its expression in a letter was not perfect. In the months after we'd met, and before we'd bought the apartment, she had written me some beauties, passionately abstract in the ways our love was different from and superior to any that had ever existed. Perhaps that's the essence of a love letter, to celebrate the unique. I had tried to match her, but all that sincerity would permit me were the facts, and they seemed miraculous enough to me: a beautiful woman loved and wanted to be loved by a large, clumsy, balding fellow who could hardly believe his luck. — Ian McEwan

Facts.co Love Quotes By Doug

On present-day Earth we have the most Christ-like nation in human history, a civilization built on loving kindness and demilitarization. They are being wiped off the face of their homeland. Well, at least the Chinese government isn't blaming Christ or Buddha for their actions against Tibet! But many savage pillagers throughout the past two thousand years have, and the Romans of a thousand years ago fall into that category. Within five hundred years they erased nearly all the nature-based, matriarchal tribes in what we now know as Europe. The invaders falsified history in order to justify their greed. Harmless facts and beautiful rituals were twisted to appear Satanic. Love of the environment and its animals and plants, love of healing modalities that modern day health professionals are now searching frantically to recover, were spin-doctored into demented superstition and turned outlaw. — Doug "Ten" Rose

Facts.co Love Quotes By John Wooden

We can give without loving, but we can't love without giving. In fact, love is nothing unless we give it to someone. — John Wooden

Facts.co Love Quotes By Albert Camus

Then we understand that rebellion cannot exist without a strange form of love. Those who find no rest in God or in history are condemned to live for those who, like themselves, cannot live; in fact, for the humiliated. — Albert Camus

Facts.co Love Quotes By Clive Barker

Stories had a way of doing that, in Grillo's experience. It was his belief that nothing, but nothing, could stay secret, however powerful the forces with interests vested in silence. Conspirators might conspire and thugs attempt to gag but the truth, or an approximation of same, would show itself sooner or later, very often in the unlikeliest form. It was seldom hard facts that revealed the life behind the life. It was rumour, graffiti, strip cartoons and love songs. — Clive Barker

Facts.co Love Quotes By Joseph Fielding Smith

The mere stuffing of the mind with a knowledge of facts is not education. The mind must not only possess a knowledge of the truth, but the soul must revere it, cherish it, love it as a priceless gem; and this human life must be guided and shaped by it in order to fulfill its destiny. — Joseph Fielding Smith

Facts.co Love Quotes By Crystal Woods

True love is wanting to spend the rest of your life with someone you would sometimes also like to strangle. — Crystal Woods

Facts.co Love Quotes By C.S. Lewis

When we are such as He can love without impediment, we shall in fact be happy. — C.S. Lewis

Facts.co Love Quotes By Bernie Siegel

It can be tempting to blame others for our loss of direction. We get lots of information about life but little education in life from parents, teachers, and other authority figures who should know better from their experience. Information is about facts. Education is about wisdom and the knowledge of how to love and survive. — Bernie Siegel

Facts.co Love Quotes By Jerry Lewis

I have nothing against women. As a matter of fact there's something about them that I love, but I just can't put my finger on it. — Jerry Lewis

Facts.co Love Quotes By Werley Nortreus

When i dated someone, my goal is to marry her, i date to get married one day, i don't date a girl just to have sex and leave her, why wasting your time if the goal is not to get married? — Werley Nortreus

Facts.co Love Quotes By John F. Carlson

Too much reality in a picture is always a disappointment to the imaginative soul. We love suggestion and not hard facts. — John F. Carlson

Facts.co Love Quotes By Auliq Ice

They may not like what you have to say, but it is better to express how you feel. — Auliq Ice

Facts.co Love Quotes By Lisa Kleypas

I know many scientific facts about the human heart- not the least of which is that it's far easier to make a heart stop beating entirely than to keep it from loving the wrong person. — Lisa Kleypas

Facts.co Love Quotes By Fred D'Aguiar

I love the fact that I can go to a museum now that tells me I'm in the postmodern age. — Fred D'Aguiar

Facts.co Love Quotes By Greg Behrendt

One of the suckiest and most frustrating facts of life is that sometimes relationship just end, often without reason. I truly believe that sometimes both men and women simply run out of love, even when there was a lot of it in the beginning — Greg Behrendt

Facts.co Love Quotes By Stephen King

Men who find themselves late are never sure. They are all the things the civics books tell us the good citizen should be: partisans but never zealots, respectors of the facts which attend each situation but never benders of those facts, uncomfortable in positions of leadership but rarely unable to turn down a responsibility once it has been offered ... or thrust upon them. They make the best leaders in a democracy because they are unlikely to fall in love with power. — Stephen King

Facts.co Love Quotes By Moby

For me, love is very non-academic. Love, it's a very physical thing. I don't mean physical in terms of - I mean, it can be sexual. But those moments when I'm aware of the fact that I love someone or love something, it really manifests physically. — Moby

Facts.co Love Quotes By Zack Love

I find it difficult to relate to people who enjoy discussing the utterly uninteresting and unchangeable facts of life. — Zack Love

Facts.co Love Quotes By Anthony Horowitz

I love to kill fish,' Sayle went on. 'But when I saw this specimen of Physalia physalis, I knew I had to capture it and keep it. You see, it reminds me of myself.'
'It's ninety-nine per cent water. It has no brain, no guts and no anus.' Alex had dredged up the facts from somewhere and spoken them before he knew what he was doing. — Anthony Horowitz

Facts.co Love Quotes By Graham Shiels

Catching myself in the moment. Then I remember facts are just facts, circumstances are merely circumstances. Whenever I can catch myself having a negative thought, I do Self I-Dentity through Ho'oponopono by saying to myself the phrases "I love you," "I'm sorry," "Please forgive me," "Thank you" in any particular order. — Graham Shiels

Facts.co Love Quotes By Peter Gabriel

The book of love has music in it In fact that's where music comes from Some of it is just transcendental Some of it is just really dumb — Peter Gabriel

Facts.co Love Quotes By Steven Pinker

Many people think that the theory of the selfish gene says that "animals try to spread their genes." That misstates the facts and it misstates the theory. Animals, including most people, know nothing about genetics and care even less. People love their children not because they want to spread their genes (consciously or unconsciously) but because they can't help it. That love makes them try to keep their children warm, fed, and safe. What is selfish is not the real motives of the person but the metaphorical motives of the genes that built the person. Genes "try" to spread themselves by wiring animals' brains so the animals love their kin and try to keep warm, fed, and safe. — Steven Pinker

Facts.co Love Quotes By George Crabbe

Fortunes are made, if I the facts may state
Though poor myself, I know the fortunate:
First, there's a knowledge of the way from whence
Good fortune comes
and this is sterling sense:
Then perseverance, never to decline
The chase of riches till the prey is thine;
And firmness never to be drawn away
By any passion from that noble prey
By love, ambition, study, travel, fame,
Or the vain hope that lives upon a name. — George Crabbe

Facts.co Love Quotes By Penny Reid

Oh, now. Come on. Billy isn't so bad." Cletus nudged my shoulder, repeating my words from earlier.

I huffed an exasperated laugh. "Yeah. Not so bad. Except I think you're forgetting one very important fact."

"I never forget facts." He shook his head quickly, both dismissing and teasing me. "Facts are my friends."

"Oh yeah? You think so?"

"I know so. I send facts Christmas cards every year and they reciprocate with peppermint bark."

"Well then, how about this fact: Billy will never ask me out on a date."

And that was a fact.

Billy Winston was completely and irrevocably in love with Claire McClure. This information was not widely known, but I knew. I was a people watcher. — Penny Reid

Facts.co Love Quotes By John D. Zizioulas

When man loves as a biological hypostasis, he inevitably excludes others: the family has priority in love over "strangers," the husband lays exclusive claim to the love of his wife - facts altogether understandable and "natural" for the biological hypostasis. For a man to love someone who is not a member of his family more than his own relations constitutes a transcendence of the exclusiveness which is present in the biological hypostasis. Thus a characteristic of the ecclesial hypostasis is the capacity of the person to love without exclusiveness, and to do this not out of conformity with a moral commandment ("Love thy neighbor," etc.), but out of his "hypostatic constitution," out of the fact that his new birth from the womb of the Church has made him part of a network of relationships which transcends every exclusiveness. — John D. Zizioulas

Facts.co Love Quotes By Roger Fouts

The chimps love holidays - in fact Tatu actually anticipates them and asks about them. — Roger Fouts

Facts.co Love Quotes By Jiddu Krishnamurti

For beauty there must be austerity and a total abandonment, and there cannot be abandonment if there is any sense of ambition expressing itself as an achievement. When there is austerity, there is simplicity, and only the mind that is simple can abandon itself, and out of this abandonment comes love. Such a state is beauty. But of that we are totally unaware. Our civilization, our culture, is based on arrogance, on the sense of achievement, and in society we are at each other's throats, violently competing to achieve, to acquire, to dominate, to become somebody. These are obvious psychological facts. — Jiddu Krishnamurti

Facts.co Love Quotes By Erich Maria Remarque

Love, he thought. That too is love. The old miracle. It not only casts a rainbow of dreams against the gray sky of facts - it also sheds romantic light upon a heap of dung - a miracle and a mad mockery. Suddenly he had the strange feeling of having become, in a remote way, an accomplice. — Erich Maria Remarque

Facts.co Love Quotes By Karen Thompson Walker

And this one fact seemed to point to other facts and others still: Love frays and humans fail, time passes, eras end. — Karen Thompson Walker

Facts.co Love Quotes By Frank Turek

There are atheists, and I love them. In fact, I died for them. — Frank Turek

Facts.co Love Quotes By Daniel Dennett

Those who feel guilty contemplating "betraying" the tradition they love by acknowledging their disapproval of elements within it should reflect on the fact that the very tradition to which they are so loyal - the "eternal" tradition introduced to them in their youth - is in fact the evolved product of many adjustments firmly but delicately made by earlier lovers of the same tradition. — Daniel Dennett

Facts.co Love Quotes By Diane Sawyer

I so believe in the fact that we are somehow born to love the truth — Diane Sawyer