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Posties Grove Quotes By Alan W. Watts

The paradox about waking up - I mean the ordinary kind of waking up that occurred to you and me this morning - is that you can't make it happen, yet it's inevitable. The same holds true spiritually. You can't wish, pray, beg, force, or meditate yourself awake. — Alan W. Watts

Posties Grove Quotes By Betty Smith

Spring came early that year and the sweet warm nights made her restless. She walked up and down the streets and through the park. And wherever she went, she saw a boy and a girl together; walking arm-in-arm, sitting on a park bench with their arms around each other, standing closely and in silence in a vestibule. Everyone in the world but Francie had a sweetheart or a friend. She seemed to be the only lonely one in Brooklyn. — Betty Smith

Posties Grove Quotes By James Rollins

Biblical references about knowledge and good and evil often get tangled up. — James Rollins

Posties Grove Quotes By Lailah Gifty Akita

If you have no job, help is needed. — Lailah Gifty Akita

Posties Grove Quotes By Antero Alli

It's far too late for anything but magick, as the future is clearly up for grabs. — Antero Alli

Posties Grove Quotes By S.E. Jakes

You are so fucking good for me and so fucking bad for me at the same time."
"It's not good if you don't have the mix of both. — S.E. Jakes

Posties Grove Quotes By Helen Macdonald

What happens to the mind after bereavement makes no sense until later... what the mind does after losing one's father isn't just to pick new fathers from the world, but pick new selves to love them with. — Helen Macdonald

Posties Grove Quotes By Lisa Marie Rice

We've had this conversation already and watch your mouth, you fuckhead, there's a lady here. — Lisa Marie Rice

Posties Grove Quotes By W.S. Merwin

I offer you what I have my
Poverty — W.S. Merwin

Posties Grove Quotes By Benjamin Alire Saenz

I thought of what my mom had said. "You talk like a man." It was easier to talk like a man than to be one. — Benjamin Alire Saenz

Posties Grove Quotes By William Dean Howells

Our theory of disaster, of sorrow, of affliction, borrowed from the poets and novelist, is that it is incessant; but every passage in our own lives and in the lives of others, so far as we have witnessed them, teaches us that this is false. The house of mourning is decorously darkened to the world, but within itself it is also the house of laughing. Burst of gaiety, as heartfelt as its grief, relieve the gloom, and the stricken survivors have their jest together, in which the thought of the dead is tenderly involved, and a fond sense, not crazier than many others, of sympathy and enjoyment beyond the silence, justifies the sunnier mood before sorrow rushes back, deploring and despairing, and make it all up again with the conventional fitness of things. — William Dean Howells

Posties Grove Quotes By Kjell Magne Bondevik

If we dare to come closer to our fellow human beings, we will be able to see and understand them better. — Kjell Magne Bondevik

Posties Grove Quotes By Barack Obama

You and I, as citizens, have the obligation to shape the debates of our time, not only with the votes we cast, but the voices we lift in defense of our most ancient values and enduring ideas. — Barack Obama