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Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Walt Whitman

Well, every man has a religion; has something in heaven or earth which he will give up everything else for - something which absorbs him - which may be regarded by others as being useless - yet it is his dream, it is his lodestar, it is his master. That, whatever it is, seized upon me, made me its servant, slave - induced me to set aside the other ambitions a trail of glory in the heavens, which I followed, followed with a full heart ... When once I am convinced, I never let go ... — Walt Whitman

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Sean Malto

It's better to go out like a man, trying, than to play it safe and get second. — Sean Malto

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Sarah J. Maas

Immortal strength - more a curse than a gift. I'd dented and folded every piece of silverware I'd touched for three days upon returning here, had tripped over my longer, faster legs so often that Alis had removed any irreplaceable valuables from my rooms (she'd been particularly grumpy about me knocking over a table with an eight-hundred-year-old vase), and had shattered not one, not two, but five glass doors merely by accidentally closing them too hard. Sighing — Sarah J. Maas

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Stephen Hawking

The Greeks' Christian successors rejected the idea that the universe is governed by indifferent natural law. They also rejected the idea that humans do not hold a privileged place within that universe. And though the medieval period had no single coherent philosophical system, a common theme was that the universe is God's dollhouse, and religion a far worthier study than the phenomena of nature. Indeed, in 1277 Bishop Tempier of Paris, acting on the instructions of Pope John XXI, published a list of 219 errors or heresies that were to be condemned. Among the heresies was the idea that nature follows laws, because this conflicts with God's omnipotence. Interestingly, Pope John was killed by the effects of the law of gravity a few months later when the roof of his palace fell in on him. — Stephen Hawking

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Meg Tilly

I limited myself to introduce a change in my way of thinking and the way I see things. When I look at my child, I do it in a different way then when I'm contemplating a chair. They are different ... the child is a living being, and the chair is an object. — Meg Tilly

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Ted Alexandro

Comedy takes all of life and puts it through a lens of acceptance, just by the mere act of talking about it on stage in a communal setting. It's very primal and ritualistic in that sense. — Ted Alexandro

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Terry Pratchett

How do you get all those coins? asked Mort.
IN PAIRS. — Terry Pratchett

Mruczkowski Scott Quotes By Ai Qing

Without movement there is no Life ... We should use our energy to the fullest. — Ai Qing