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Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Saru Singhal

The best thing about a heartbreak, you start looking for happiness elsewhere. You realize like wild flowers, happiness can grow anywhere and everywhere. And, most importantly within you.
Be wild, dear heart, happiness awaits you. — Saru Singhal

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Tom Vilsack

In the past 40 years, the United States lost more than a million farmers and ranchers. Many of our farmers are aging. Today, only nine percent of family farm income comes from farming, and more and more of our farmers are looking elsewhere for their primary source of income. — Tom Vilsack

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Paul Davies

I suppose my interest in looking for life elsewhere in the universe really dates back to my teens. What teenager doesn't look up at the sky at night and think am I alone in the universe? Well most people get over it, but I never did and though I made a career more in physics and cosmology than astrobiology I've always had a soft spot for the subject of life because it does seem so mysterious. — Paul Davies

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Paul Davies

If we're looking for intelligence in the universe I think everybody assumes that this has to start with life and so the question is: "How likely is it that there will be life elsewhere in the universe?" — Paul Davies

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Robin Hobb

If all of her was not enough for him, then let him have none of her and seek what he needed elsewhere. — Robin Hobb

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Roshani Chokshi

He turned to me, mischief glinting in his eyes. "How
do they celebrate good fortune in Bharata? In Ujijain, we kiss."
"Look elsewhere."
"Are you sure? You spend an awful amount of time looking at my
"That's only because I'm horrified at the sheer idiocy of the words
leaping out of them. — Roshani Chokshi

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Thomas Hardy

It was amazing, indeed, to find how great a matter the life of the obscure dairy had become to him. And though new love was to be held partly responsible for this it was not solely so. Many besides Angel have learnt that the magnitude of lives is not as to their external displacements, but as to their subjective experiences. The impressionable peasant leads a larger, fuller, more dramatic life than the pachydermatous king. Looking at it thus he found that life was to be seen of the same magnitude here as elsewhere. — Thomas Hardy

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Bill Bryson

Dadaab is a vivid reminder that refugee problems don't end simply because journalistic interest moves elsewhere. The inhabitants themselves are irremediably stuck. They can't go back to Somalia because it isn't safe and they can't go elsewhere in Kenya because Kenya has problems enough of its own without having 134,000 Somalis pitching up in Nairobi or Mombasa, looking for food and work. And so way out in the desert there exists this strange city-that-isn't-a-city filled with people who have nowhere to go and nothing much to do. — Bill Bryson

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Jody Hedlund

God wanted him to go to Him with his deepest needs, to stop looking elsewhere, so that he could be made whole again. — Jody Hedlund

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Edward Clodd

To the secular arm, therefore, be delivered any and every book which, catering for the youngsters, throttles the life of the old folktales with coils of explanatory notes, and heaps on their maimed corpses the dead weight of biographical appendices. Nevertheless, that which delighted our childhood may instruct our manhood; and notes, appendices, and all the gear of didactic exposition, have their place elsewhere in helping the student, anxious to reach the seed of fact which is covered by the pulp of fiction. For, to effect this is to make approach to man's thoughts and conceptions of himself and his surroundings, to his way of looking at things and to explanation of his conduct both in work and play. Hence the folk-tale and the game are alike pressed into the service of study of the human mind. Turn where we may, the pastimes of children are seen to mimic the serious pursuits of men. — Edward Clodd

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By David Deida

You are that which you seek, but you have left your own deepness and are looking elsewhere. The stress of not finding it creates its own need to be released. And so the cycle continues. You are chasing your own tail, and much of the time that tail looks suspiciously like a woman. — David Deida

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Kunal Narayan Uniyal

We are our best guide and a friend. Our problems arise when we start looking for one elsewhere. — Kunal Narayan Uniyal

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Paula Hawkins

I have to find a way of making myself happy, I have to stop looking for happiness elsewhere. It's true, — Paula Hawkins

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Maryrose Wood

When things are looking up, there's no point in looking elsewhere -Agatha Swanburne — Maryrose Wood

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Summer Phoenix

I didn't grow up watching TV or going to McDonald's or listening to mainstream music. Like, the casting agents are looking elsewhere for the cheerleader role. — Summer Phoenix

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Julio Frenk

Nowadays, a minister of health cannot consider his or her job done simply by looking at the health care system. It's not enough to have a health policy, you need healthy policies elsewhere. — Julio Frenk

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Kim MacQuarrie

In a sense, New World conquest was about men seeking a way around one of life's basic rules - that human beings have to work for a living, just like the rest of the animal world. In Peru, as elsewhere in the Americas, Spaniards were not looking for fertile land that they could farm, they were looking for the cessation of their own need to perform manual labor. To do so, they needed to find large enough groups of people they could force to carry out all the laborious tasks necessary to provide them with the essentials of life: food, shelter, clothing, and, ideally, liquid wealth. Conquest, then, had little to do with adventure, but rather had everything to do with groups of men willing to do just about anything in order to avoid working for a living. Stripped down to its barest bones, the conquest of Peru was all about finding a comfortable retirement. — Kim MacQuarrie

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Lao-Tzu

Without going out-of-doors, one can know all he needs to know. Without even looking out of his window, one can grasp the nature of everything. Without going beyond his own nature, one can achieve ultimate wisdom. Therefore, the intelligent man knows all he needs to know without going away, And sees all he needs to see without looking elsewhere, And does all he needs to do wihout undue exertion. — Lao-Tzu

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Bill Rancic

If I couldn't see the upside, I couldn't be bothered, and as soon as I couldn't see the upside in that job I started looking elsewhere. — Bill Rancic

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Holly Stone

Attraction is a funny thing. Women can be beautiful and still do nothing for me. They can be stereotypically sexy and I will still pass them over. They can look innocent and it won't interest me, have a sassy attitude and I'll be looking elsewhere. I get bored easily and am as fickle as April weather. — Holly Stone

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Esther Perel

Very often we don't go elsewhere because we are looking for another person. We go elsewhere because we are looking for another self. It isn't so much that we want to leave the person we are with as we want to leave the person we have become. — Esther Perel

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Carl Von Clausewitz

I shall proceed from the simple to the complex. But in war more than in any other subject we must begin by looking at the nature of the whole; for here more than elsewhere the part and the whole must always be thought of together. — Carl Von Clausewitz

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Cormac McCarthy

Looking over the country with those sunken eyes as if the world out there had been altered or made suspect by what he'd seen of it elsewhere. As if he might never see it right again. Or worse did see it right at last. See it as it had always been, would forever be. — Cormac McCarthy

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Dick Parker

If you're looking for diaper stories or BDSM, look elsewhere. My stories are of love and of course hot man to man sex. Please give them a read. — Dick Parker

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Jane Hirshfield

Wherever the gaze rests, art will draw it also elsewhere, will remind that there is always more. Alice does not stop and face her own reflection in the looking-glass: she travels through it. — Jane Hirshfield

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Andrea Camilleri

Montalbano and Valente seemed not to have heard him, looking as if their minds were elsewhere. But in fact they were paying very close attention, like cats that, keeping their eyes closed as if asleep, are actually counting the stars. — Andrea Camilleri

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Don DeLillo

We are not native. We have no generations of Americans behind us. We have roots elsewhere. We are looking in from the outside. To me, that seems to be perfectly natural. — Don DeLillo

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By John Wood

The only thing we wanted our young organization to give was an opportunity. We would say to children and to their families: "If you are willing to work hard and make sacrifices and think long term, then Room to Read is the best organization for you. If you're looking for a handout, then you should look elsewhere. — John Wood

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Margaret Atwood

Like stage magic, knowledge before you knew it took place before your very eyes, but you were looking elsewhere. — Margaret Atwood

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Neil DeGrasse Tyson

For all we know, the aliens have already done this and unwittingly concluded that there was no intelligent life on Earth. They would now be looking elsewhere. A more humbling possibility would be if aliens had become aware of the technologically proficient species that now inhabits Earth, yet they had drawn the same conclusion. — Neil DeGrasse Tyson

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Malcolm Forbes

If you're looking for perfection, look in the mirror. If you find it there, expect it elsewhere. — Malcolm Forbes

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Abraham H. Maslow

The sacred is in the ordinary ... it is to be found in one's daily life, in one's neighbors, friends, and family, in one's own backyard ... travel may be a flight from confronting the scared
this lesson can be easily lost. To be looking elsewhere for miracles is to me a sure sign of ignorance that everything is miraculous. — Abraham H. Maslow

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Harvey MacKay

Deep down inside of all of us is the power to accomplish what we want to, if we'll just stop looking elsewhere. — Harvey MacKay

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By James Gleick

Margaret Atwood writes: "As with all knowledge, once you knew it, you couldn't imagine how it was that you hadn't known it before. Like stage magic, knowledge before you knew it took place before your very eyes, but you were looking elsewhere." Nearing death, John Updike reflects on A life poured into words - apparent waste intended to preserve the thing consumed. — James Gleick

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By J.P. Moreland

I am the prodigal son every time I search for unconditional love where it cannot be found. Why do I keep ignoring the place of true love and persist in looking for it elsewhere? Why do I keep leaving home where I am called a child of God, the Beloved of the Father? 9 — J.P. Moreland

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Ezra Taft Benson

When you are tempted to look elsewhere for greener pastures, just remember someone else is probably looking at yours. And if another pasture looks greener, perhaps it is getting better care and attention. Grass is always greener ... where it is watered. — Ezra Taft Benson

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Bernard Lewis

Secularism in the Christian world was an attempt to resolve the long and destructive struggle of church and state. Separation, adopted in the American and French Revolutions and elsewhere after that, was designed to prevent two things: the use of religion by the state to reinforce and extend its authority; and the use of the state power by the clergy to impose their doctrines and rules on others. This is a problem long seen as purely Christian, not relevant to Muslims or for that matter to Jews, for whom a similar problem has arisen in Israel. Looking at the contemporary Middle East, both Muslim and Jewish, one must ask whether this is still true
or whether Muslims and Jews may perhaps have caught a Christian disease and might therefore consider a Christian remedy. — Bernard Lewis

Looking Elsewhere Quotes By Caroline Abbott

A pastor who counsels an abuse victim to:
- Submit to her husband
- Pray harder, or
- Be a better wife
can't help her. She should not feel guilty about looking elsewhere for help. — Caroline Abbott