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Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Anna Seghers

She had never been able to stand her husband, though not for one minute in their married life had she permitted this to make her unhappy. Only people who are fond of somebody can ever be unhappy, she had told her daughter before her wedding. — Anna Seghers

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Neil DeGrasse Tyson

You have the illusion of free will, but, in fact, that illusion comes about because you don't know the future. Because you are a prisoner of the present, forever locked in transition, between the past and the future. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Regina King

We know that's the bottom line: if money is made, the powers that be pay attention. — Regina King

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Billy Graham

Two thousand years ago God invited a morally corrupt world to the foot of the cross. There God held your sins and mine to the flames until every last vestige of our guilt was consumed. — Billy Graham

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Malcolm Boyd

However one might pray - in any verbal way or completely without words - is unimportant to God. What matters is the heart's intent. — Malcolm Boyd

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Liz Becker

Routines provide an avenue to work through fear. He knew where we were going and what to expect and could make plans to conquer specific fears as all else was the same. It allowed focus. — Liz Becker

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Harper Lee

It's quite a thing, if you've never been in or known a small southern town. The people are not particularly sophisticated, naturally. They're not worldly wise in any way. But they tell you a story whenever they see you. — Harper Lee

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Peter Sissons

It is effectively BBC policy to ignore climate change sceptics. — Peter Sissons

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Colleen Hoover

Your heart says not again
what kind of mess have you got me in?
But when the feeling's there
it can lift you up and take you anywhere. — Colleen Hoover

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Most of what Hollywood puts out is crap anyway. — Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Jamie Ford

He'd learned long ago: perfection isn't what families are all about. — Jamie Ford

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Piers Morgan

I think that variety is the key to our success. It is what makes us [artists] different, and long may that continue. — Piers Morgan

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Chris Jericho

You can't come back to TV for two months. It's too short. You can't start anything. It's too much of a tease and there's really nowhere you can go. — Chris Jericho

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Terry Pratchett

There are no medium-sized trees in the deep forest. There are only the towering ones, whose canopy spreads across the sky. Below, in the gloom, there's light for nothing but mosses and ferns. But when a giant falls, leaving a little space ... then there's a race - between the trees on either side, who want to spread out, and the seedlings below, who race to grow up. Sometimes, you can make your own space. — Terry Pratchett

Listenership Of Rush Quotes By Marcel Proust

Nor did these society people add to Elstir's work in their mind's eye that temporal perspective which enabled them to like, or at least to look without discomfort at, Chardin's painting. And yet the older among them might have reminded themselves that in the course of their lives they had gradually seen, as the years bore them away from it, the unbridgeable gulf between what they considered a masterpiece by Ingres and what they had supposed must forever remain a "horror" (Manet's Olympia, for example) shrink until the two canvases seemed like twins. But we never learn, because we lack the wisdom to work backwards from the particular to the general, and imagine ourselves always to be faced with an experience which has no precedents in the past. — Marcel Proust