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Liz Diller Quotes By Francis Chan

Can you worship a God who isn't obligated to explain His actions to you? Could it be your arrogance that makes you think God owes you an explanation? — Francis Chan

Liz Diller Quotes By Anonymous

A necklace of sweat had formed around her throat. Beneath her shirt, a book was eating her up — Anonymous

Liz Diller Quotes By Gene Kim

DevOps and its resulting technical, architectural, and cultural practices represent a convergence of many philosophical and management movements (including): Lean, Theory of Constraints, Toyota production system, resilience engineering, learning organizations, safety culture, Human factors, high-trust management cultures, servant leadership, organizational change management, and Agile methods. — Gene Kim

Liz Diller Quotes By Samuel Johnson

It is necessary to the success of flattery, that it be accommodated to particular circumstances or characters, and enter the heart on that side where the passions are ready to receive it. — Samuel Johnson

Liz Diller Quotes By Dan Brown

Skepticism has become a virtue. Cynicism and demand for proof has become enlightened thought. Is it any wonder that humans now feel more depressed and defeated than they have at any point in human history? — Dan Brown

Liz Diller Quotes By Christopher Morley

People like to imagine that because all our mechanical equipment moves so much faster, that we are thinking faster, too. — Christopher Morley

Liz Diller Quotes By Richard Curtis

Most writers can write books faster than publishers can write checks!"
~ Richard Curtis ~ — Richard Curtis

Liz Diller Quotes By Felicia Day

If you know your characters well enough, you aren't trying to grasp for storylines. You're really thinking about their flaws and their passions and what they're chasing. — Felicia Day