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Windows Xiii Quotes By Georgette Heyer

Well, it is very odd of you to threaten to throw your friends out of the window, I must say," remarked Juliana.
He smiled. "Not at all. It is only my friends that I would throw out of the window."
"Dear me!" said Juliana, finding the male sex incomprehensible.
-Chapter XIII — Georgette Heyer

Windows Xiii Quotes By Marjorie Grene

Philosophers don't all believe that ethics is just based on intuition. That's just stupid! It's ignoramus! — Marjorie Grene

Windows Xiii Quotes By John Keats

Now a soft kiss - Aye, by that kiss, I vow an endless bliss. — John Keats

Windows Xiii Quotes By Rainer Maria Rilke

Far from the comings and goings,
her heart resembled a lighted sign,
an ancient Balance or Lyre--
names gone too long to remember. — Rainer Maria Rilke

Windows Xiii Quotes By Rob Bell

Some communities don't permit open, honest inquiry about the things that matter most. Lots of people have voiced a concern, expressed a doubt, or raised a question, only to be told by their family, church, friends, or tribe: "We don't discuss those things here."
I believe the discussion itself is divine. Abraham does his best to bargain with God, most of the book of Job consists of arguments by Job and his friends about the deepest questions of human suffering, God is practically on trial in the book of Lamentations, and Jesus responds to almost every question he's asked with ... a question. — Rob Bell

Windows Xiii Quotes By Alexandre Dumas

It is necessary ... to yield to the storm, purchase a peace, and wait patiently for better times. — Alexandre Dumas

Windows Xiii Quotes By Max Ehrmann

And though age and infirmity overtake me, and I come not within sight of the castle of my dreams, teach me still to be thankful for life, and for time's olden memories that are good and sweet; and may the evening's twilight find me gentle still. — Max Ehrmann

Windows Xiii Quotes By Neil Strauss

People don't come out for book events. They want to feel an emotion and be entertained. — Neil Strauss

Windows Xiii Quotes By Alexander Hamilton

The laws of Congress are restricted to a certain sphere, and when they depart from this sphere, they are no longer supreme or binding. — Alexander Hamilton

Windows Xiii Quotes By Matthew Dicks

Jessica Trent was a thin, freckled redhead who had more fire in her hair than her demeanor. Caroline had spoken to the mother of two on several occasions, but being that she and Jessica were both fairly shy, they hadn't managed to connect. Shy people, in Caroline's experience, rarely forged successful friendships because they need an extrovert to make things happen. Someone to take the first step, make the first phone call, and assume the initial risk. Shy people like Caroline and Jessica require a facilitator of sorts to get things started, and there had been no one to bring the women together. It was a shame. Caroline suspected that she and Jessica Trent had a lot in common. — Matthew Dicks

Windows Xiii Quotes By Tennessee Williams

We have not long to love.
Light does not stay.
The tender things are those
we fold away.
Coarse fabrics are the ones
for common wear.
In silence I have watched you
comb your hair.
Intimate the silence,
dim and warm.
I could but did not, reach
to touch your arm.
I could, but do not, break
that which is still.
(Almost the faintest whisper
would be shrill.)
So moments pass as though
they wished to stay.
We have not long to love.
A night. A day ... — Tennessee Williams

Windows Xiii Quotes By Robin Hobb

We were one thing. Whole. — Robin Hobb

Windows Xiii Quotes By Lisi Harrison

Are you a female dog?"
"What?" Massie asked. "Why?"
"Because you are acting like a real bitch! — Lisi Harrison

Windows Xiii Quotes By Rick Yancey

Is it any wonder the power this man held over me - this man who did not run from his demons like most of us do, but embraced them as his own, clutching them to his heart in a choke-hold grip. He did not try to escape them by denying them or drugging them or bargaining with them. He met them where they lived, in the secret place most of us keep hidden. Warthrop was Warthrop down to the marrow of his bones, for his demons defined him; they breathed the breath of life into him; and without them, he would go down, as most of us do, into the purgatorial fog of a life unrealized. — Rick Yancey

Windows Xiii Quotes By Agnes Repplier

If everybody floated with the tide of talk, placidity would soon end in stagnation. It is the strong backward stroke which stirs the ripples, and gives animation and variety. — Agnes Repplier