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Timepass Sad Quotes By David A. Bednar

Sturdy gospel roots that go deep into rich spiritual soil strengthen and steady us in times of trial and difficulty. — David A. Bednar

Timepass Sad Quotes By Leonard Nimoy

I'm not an equipment nut. I tend to use whatever's to hand. I have several cameras, of course, but I'm not emotional about any of them. — Leonard Nimoy

Timepass Sad Quotes By Colm Toibin

I think you can get a sort of intensity and an edginess offering nine stories in a book. Competing versions of things. — Colm Toibin

Timepass Sad Quotes By Marshall McLuhan

Once we have surrendered our senses and nervous systems to the private manipulation of those who would try to benefit from taking a lease on our eyes and ears and nerves, we don't really have any rights left. Leasing our eyes and ears and nerves to commercial interests is like handing over the common speech to a private corporation, or like giving the earth's atmosphere to a company as a monopoly. — Marshall McLuhan

Timepass Sad Quotes By Eliza Tilton

The nightmares were enough to make me crazy, but being frightened by bunnies? I was losing it. — Eliza Tilton

Timepass Sad Quotes By Fay Godwin

It was 1966 by the time I started taking pictures seriously and books, newspapers and magazines of the time were full of great pictures that helped to inspire me. — Fay Godwin

Timepass Sad Quotes By Deborah Ellis

In refugee camps around the world, I met people who were gone. They were still walking around but had lost so much that they were unable to claim any sort of identity. Others I met found who they truly were, and they generally found it through service to others. They became teachers when there was no school, books or pencils. — Deborah Ellis

Timepass Sad Quotes By William Faulkner

He was as calm as a god who has seen both life and death, and seen nothing of particular importance in either of them. — William Faulkner