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Friends Misused Quotes By Margaret Mead

I had no reason to doubt that brains were suitable for a woman. — Margaret Mead

Friends Misused Quotes By Franz Marc

Art is nothing but the expression of our dream; the more we surrender to it the closer we get to the inner truth of things, our dream-life, the true life that scorns questions and does not see them. — Franz Marc

Friends Misused Quotes By Robert David Steele

Our concept of truth becomes more universal as we reach higher levels of consciousness and awareness, taking in a wider spectrum of information and possibility. As we adapt a more expanded perspective on our reality, our concept of what is true and meaningful changes
from local to regional, regional to global, beyond global to the galaxy, and then to the cosmos. — Robert David Steele

Friends Misused Quotes By Dominic Smith

But everything is how it should be. How's that for wisdom? — Dominic Smith

Friends Misused Quotes By G.A. Aiken

It was those damn wool socks. He didn't realize he loved her until she
told him about out-negotiating a god of war - the most haggle-loving of the
gods - with socks! — G.A. Aiken

Friends Misused Quotes By Juvenal

No man becomes bad all at once. — Juvenal

Friends Misused Quotes By Donna Karan

Every time I see the sunshine in the bright blue sky, I cannot help but think how blessed I really am to see another day. There are so many who may have not woken up to see it but I have been blessed. — Donna Karan

Friends Misused Quotes By Michelle Monaghan

If I find anything vintage, I'll have it tailored for my body. — Michelle Monaghan

Friends Misused Quotes By Mary Renault

I doubt he'd ever in his life lain down with anyone for whom he had not felt some kind of fondness. He needed love as a palm tree needs water, all his life long: from armies, from cities, from conquered enemies, nothing was enough. It laid him open to false friends, as anyone will tell you. Well, for all that, no man is made a god when he is dead and can do no harm, without love. He needed love and never forgave its betrayal, which he had no understanding of. For he himself, if it was given him with a whole heart, never misused it, nor despised the giver. He took it gratefully, and felt bound by it. — Mary Renault