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Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By Rosalie Marsh

If we buy a bike, will you travel? Will you brave the ferry? — Rosalie Marsh

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By Larry Wall

[Boxed] Multiple bouncing balls in a box are a metaphor for community. Notice how the escaping balls explode. This is what happens to people who move from Perl to Ruby . — Larry Wall

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By Michel De Montaigne

Not being able to govern events, I govern myself — Michel De Montaigne

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By C.C. Hunter

Being committed or loyal to someone doesn't mean you won't ever be attracted to someone else. It means you won't physically act upon the attraction. — C.C. Hunter

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By John Williams

He felt at times that he was a kind of vegetable, and he longed for something - even pain - to pierce him, to bring him alive. He had come to that moment in his age when there occurred to him, with increasing intensity, a question of such overwhelming simplicity that he had no means to face it. He found himself wondering if his life were worth the living; if it had ever been. It was a question, he suspected, that came to all men at one time or another; he wondered if it came to them with such impersonal force as it came to him. — John Williams

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By Isabel Allende

Most people feel younger than their age, but the culture values youth, success, beauty, productivity. There is no space in this culture for older people. — Isabel Allende

Giancarla Pozzo Quotes By Paulo Coelho

If a man we don't know phones us up one day and talks a little, makes no suggestions, says nothing special, but nevertheless pays us the kind of attention we rarely receive, we're quite capable of going to bed with him that night, feeling relatively in love. That's what we women are like, and there's nothing wrong with that - it's the nature of the female to open herself to love easily. — Paulo Coelho