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Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Michael Jarvis

Out of the brown mouth into a slanted easterly rain they head south along the shore, pushed toward it on a light chop, all but the pilot huddling under plastic sheeting that covers lumber, nails, window casings and plantains - the women sharing a seat, Reese behind them and the boatman behind him in a narrow-running balance. The land retreats as the dory crosses a wide bight toward the next point, rising and dropping on larger waves while a seaside village of thatch and palm passes thin and blurry in the drizzled distance. Two miles later another village appears, much the same but longer along the curve and then, past the point, the coast is tangled in mangrove, grass and sea grape. The passengers peer out of the plastic at a rain-erased horizon as the dory slices and slows in equal measure and the boatman bails with a cut jug the rolling puddle at his feet. — Michael Jarvis

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Idris Elba

I was on a well-beaten path of actors - what we all call 'the Law and Order route'. I spent two years of auditioning for everything ... and then 'The Wire' came up. — Idris Elba

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Charlaine Harris

Sometimes, instead of going down the road less taken, you just charge right down the beaten path. — Charlaine Harris

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By William Hazlitt

It is easier taking the beaten path than making our way over bogs and precipices. The great difficulty in philosophy is to come to every question with a mind fresh and unshackled by former theories, though strengthened by exercise and information. — William Hazlitt

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Abraham Lincoln

Towering genius disdains a beaten path ... It sees no distinction in adding story to story ... It scorns to tread in the footsteps of any predecessor, however illustrious. It thirsts and burns for distinction; and, if possible, it will have it ... — Abraham Lincoln

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Madeline Drexler

The greatest religion gives suffering to nobody," reads a weather-beaten sign, quoting the Buddha, at Chele La pass, the highest motorable point in the country, near Paro. This maxim is everywhere evident. As a Bhutanese friend and I walked in the mountains one afternoon, he reflexively removed insects from the path and gently placed them in the verge, out of harm's way. Early one morning in Thimphu, I saw a group of young schoolboys, in their spotless white-sleeved ghos, crouching over a mouse on the street, gently offering it food. In Bhutan, the horses that trudge up the steep trail to the Tiger's Nest monastery are reserved for out-of-shape tourists; Bhutanese don't consider horses beasts of burden and prefer not to make them suffer under heavy loads. Even harvesting honey is considered a sign of disrespect for the industrious bees; my young guide, Kezang, admonished me for buying a bottle of Bhutanese honey to take home. (Chastened, I left it there.) In — Madeline Drexler

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Daniel Woodrell

The great name of the Dollys was Milton, and ... if you named a son Milton it was a decision that attempted to chart the life he'd live before he even stepped into it, for among Dollys the name carried expectations and history ... Jessops, Arthurs, Haslams and Miltons were born to walk only the beaten Dolly path to the shadowed place, live and die in keeping with those blood-line customs fiercest held.
Ree and Mom both had shouted and shouted and shouted against Harold becomeing a Milton, since Sonny was already a Jessop ... Ree'd a thousand times wished she'd fought longer for sonny, Shouted him into an Adam or Leotis or Eugene, shouted until he was named to expect choices. — Daniel Woodrell

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Meghan Markle

I always want off-the-beaten-path, Anthony Bourdain-inspired travel. — Meghan Markle

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Joyce Meyer

If you are tired of living on the beaten path that everyone else walks, venture into the woods. Some people would be afraid they would get lost, but a confident woman expects to have a new experience that might be outrageously wonderful. — Joyce Meyer

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Jacob Nordby

You know that crazy heart of yours? The one with lightning crackling and moonlight shining through it. The one you've been told not to trust because it often led you off the beaten path. The one so many have misunderstood your entire life. Trust it. Feed it. Grow it. It's your greatest treasure and will point the way to your highest destiny. It is the voice of your soul. — Jacob Nordby

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Charles Mathias

People tend to want to follow the beaten path. The difficulty is that the beaten path doesn't seem to be leading anywhere. — Charles Mathias

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Darynda Jones

Screw the beaten path! Do your thing. Write the best story you can. the rest will fall into place. — Darynda Jones

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Paul Bocuse

It is our duty to give meaning to the life of future generations by sharing our knowledge and experience; by teaching an appreciation of work well done and a respect for nature, the source of all life; by encouraging the young to venture off the beaten path and avoid complacency by challenging their emotions. — Paul Bocuse

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Alvaro Mutis

Life with Ilona was invariably lived on two levels, or rather in two simultaneous and parallel directions. On the one hand, your feet were always on the ground, you were always intelligently but not obsessively alert to what each day offered in response to the routine question of surviving. On the other hand, imagination and unbounded fantasy suggested a spontaneous and unexpected sequence of scenarios that were always aimed at the radical subversion of every law ever written or established. This was a permanent, organic, rigorous subversion that never permitted travel on the beaten path, the road preferred by most people, the traditional patterns that offer protection to those whom Ilona, without emphasis or pride but without any concessions either, would call "the others. — Alvaro Mutis

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Virginia Woolf

But what might be written in the book which had rounded its edges off in his pocket, she did not know. What he thought they none of them knew. But he was absorbed in it, so that when he looked up, as he did now for an instant, it was not to see anything; it was to pin down some thought more exactly. That done, his mind flew back again and he plunged into his reading. He read, she thought, as if he were guiding something, or wheedling a large flock of sheep, or pushing his way up and up a single narrow path; and sometimes he went fast and straight, and broke his way through the bramble, and sometimes it seemed a branch struck at him, a bramble blinded him, but he was not going to let himself be beaten by that; on he went, tossing over page after page. — Virginia Woolf

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Joe Teti

If you choose to get off the beaten path here, you'll find yourself in a situation where everything looks the same. — Joe Teti

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Mary Lynn Rajskub

To really be on stage and not know what you're going to say, and to be able to say something that makes people laugh, or do something that's sort of abstract or off the beaten path and have people connect to it by just putting your ideas together, that really makes me happy. — Mary Lynn Rajskub

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Jack White

I wanted to be able to talk with people who have trade jobs and make records with them. I want to do more records with carpenters, electricians, people who specialize in even more bizarre trades that are off the beaten path. — Jack White

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Khang Kijarro Nguyen

Take a detour.
Discover small towns
and friendly faces
that don't grow along the highway. — Khang Kijarro Nguyen

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Nicole Ari Parker

My humor is a lot like Kristen Wiig's from 'Saturday Night Live' or 'Bridesmaids.' Quirky, off the beaten path. — Nicole Ari Parker

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Patty Griffin

I'm going to be doing solo stuff. The idea is to do 'small' and 'off my beaten path,' or go back to an old, beaten path - do some smaller things that I haven't done in 15 or 20 years. Just to sort of get my feet wet, because I haven't done my own material for a couple of years - I've been doing a lot of other things. — Patty Griffin

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Tom Glavine

I guess we all have that 'Dig Me' space, where we have some of our things displayed. Mine's a little bit more off the beaten path. You're not going to see it as soon as you walk into my house, but it does exist. — Tom Glavine

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By John Dewey

The conduct of schools, based upon a new order of conception, is so much more difficult than is the management of schools which walk the beaten path. — John Dewey

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Fyodor Dostoyevsky

What is to be done with millions of facts that bear witness that men, CONSCIOUSLY, that is fully understanding their real interests, have left them in the background and have rushed headlong on another path, to meet peril and danger, compelled to this course by nobody and nothing, but, as it were, simply disliking the beaten track, and have obstinately, willfully, struck out another difficult absurd way, seeking it almost in the darkness. — Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi

True morality consists not in following the beaten track, but in finding the true path for ourselves, and fearlessly following it. — Mahatma Gandhi

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By John Kenneth Galbraith

That economics has a considerable conceptual apparatus with an appropriate terminology can not be a serious ground for complaint. Economic phenomena, ideas, instruments of analysis exist. They require names. Education in economics is, in considerable measure, an introduction to this terminology and to the ideas that it denotes. Anyone who has difficulties with the ideas should complete his education or, following an exceedingly well-beaten path, leave the subject alone. It is sometimes said that the economist has a special obligation to make himself understood because his subject is of such great and popular importance. By this rule the nuclear physicist would have to speak in monosyllables. — John Kenneth Galbraith

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Tori Murden

Every time I've strayed from the beaten path I've never regretted it. — Tori Murden

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson

If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a better mousetrap than his neighbor, though he build his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Harriet Hosmer

I honor every woman who has strength enough to step out of the beaten path when she feels that her walk lies in another. — Harriet Hosmer

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Jeffery Taylor

The beaten path is the safest, but the traffic's terrible. — Jeffery Taylor

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Kristen Ashley

I was a cold motherfucker, off the grid, no life, no home, no ties, no emotions, everyone knew it. Until I came back to some rundown cabins I'd been to before that were off the beaten path. Perfect place for the minimal downtime I let myself have. Quiet place. A place no one could find m — Kristen Ashley

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Amy Lane

He didn't scream hysterically or stand up and kick the headstone or any of that. He put his face on his knees and listened as the wind from the mountains mercilessly leveled everything in its path. He remembered the person who had helped him fly with the wind instead of being beaten down by it, and he cried quietly into his knees, finally knowing how the big of the sky could make a person feel as alone as a heartbeat in space. — Amy Lane

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Haruki Murakami

Time, of course, topples everyone in its path equally- the way that driver beats his old horse until it dies. But the thrashing we receive is one of frightful gentleness. Few of us even realize that we are being beaten. — Haruki Murakami

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Grace Burrowes

Might as well rest the horses," St. Just said, nudging his beast out of the middle of the beaten path. "Westhaven, can you dismount?" "I cannot. My backside is permanently frozen to the saddle; my ability to reproduce is seriously jeopardized." "Anna will be desolated." St. Just waited while Westhaven swung down, then whistled at an urchin shivering in the door to a nearby church. "We'll — Grace Burrowes

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By James Hetfield

The fans like the idea we do what we want. It's not an act. Screw the record company and the beaten path. Without MTV or radio, we still have a huge underground following. — James Hetfield

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Ahad Ha'am

What is national freedom if not a people's inner freedom to cultivate its abilities along the beaten path of its history? — Ahad Ha'am

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Jonathan Martin

In our culture of constant access and nonstop media, nothing feels more like a curse from God than time in the wilderness. To be obscure, to be off the beaten path, to be in the wilderness feels like abandonment. It seems more like exile than a vacation. To be so far off of everyone's radar that the world might forget about us for a while? That's almost akin to death ... [But] far from being punishment, judgment, or a curse, the wilderness is a gift. It's where we can experience the primal delight of being fully known and delighted in by God. — Jonathan Martin

Going Off The Beaten Path Quotes By Eve M. Harrell

When we learn to loosen our grip and leave our own beaten path, accepting his perfect plan, we give God the opportunity to be our navigator as he reveals the beauty of his creation. — Eve M. Harrell