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Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#1. I laughed. "Yeah, right. If anyone gives you trouble, he'll hump their leg like a berserker."
"Hey! I haven't humped anyone in months." The demon pursed his lips". #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Lauren Child
#2. Ruby, desperately wanting not to get stuck at the table talking to her mother about the mind-numbing subject of iced finger food, decided to make a swift exit.
"Mom, just gotta walk Bug."
"But I already walked him an hour ago," said Sabina.
"Oh yeah, well, I promised him," called Ruby, already halfway down the stairs.
"Who promises a dog?" said Sabina. #Quote by Lauren Child
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Magliocco
#3. Understanding the physiological and neurological features of spiritual experiences should not be interpreted as an attempt to discredit their reality or explain them away. Rather, it demonstrates their physical existence as a fundamental, shared part of human nature. Spiritual experiences cannot be considered irrational, since we have seen that, given their physiological basis, experiencers' descriptions of them are perfectly rational... All human perceptions of material reality can ultimately be documented as chemical reactions in our neurobiology; all our sensations, thoughts, and memories are ultimately reducible to chemistry, yet we feel no need to deny the existence of the material world; it is not less real because our perceptions of it are biologically based... It is not rational to assume that the spiritual reality of core experiences is any less real than the more scientifically documentable material reality. #Quote by Sabina Magliocco
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Spielrein
#4. As an example, let us examine a previously differentiated experience: a sunny day in spring that endless generations before us have often enjoyed. To reproduce the experience, we must consciously differentiate the shapes of the trees, grass, and sky, conforming to the current content of consciousness. We no longer are concerned merely with a spring day, but with our own special, personally coloured spring day. On the other hand, when this differentiated product enters another individual's psyche, a re-transformation occurs. Conscious processing by another involves his personal impressions of a spring day. In addition to conscious processing, the image falls into an unconscious 'working through', moving the current personal impression down to the 'Mothers' and dissolving it. In the unconscious, we may find the spring day broken down into its components, the sun, the heavens, and plants that are organized (or perhaps more correctly, moulded) according to mythological forms known to us from folk psychology. In each declaration of a thought, which is a portrait of an image, we establish a generalization in which words are symbols, serving to mould universally human and universally comprehensible ideas around the personal, i.e., the impressions are depersonalized. #Quote by Sabina Spielrein
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#5. He was happier with Sabina the invisible goddess than the Sabina who had accompanied him throughout the world and whose love he constantly feared losing. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Murray
#6. What does literature do for me? I think I solve problems in my writing. They may be my problems, but perhaps others share them, and in the process of working these through, I hope to entertain. #Quote by Sabina Murray
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#7. Sabina was now by herself. She went back to the mirror, still in her underwear. She put the bowler hat back on her head and had a long look at herself. She was amazed at the number of years she had spent pursuing one lost moment. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Cloud
#8. It might be hard, but anything that is lying out in the open either needs a place to be stored or thrown away. #Quote by Sabina Cloud
Aelia Sabina quotes by Maria Sabina
#9. The ninos santos (Psilocybe mexicana) heal. They lower fevers, cure colds, and give freedom from toothaches. They pull the evil spirits out of the body or free the spirit of the sick. #Quote by Maria Sabina
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#10. I laughed uneasily. "Jeez, you guys make it sound like I was on the brink of death or something. I just fainted." (Sabina) #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Faith Hunter
#11. Thank you, Sabina. Oh. One more thing. Tonight, a white werewolf stuck in wolf form, one who met the angel Hayyel, ran up and bit the foot of Joses Bar-Judas. Should I be worried? #Quote by Faith Hunter
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#12. He ran a finger down my cheek. "Time is a commodity right now, Red. Wait too long and it might be too late."
I swallowed hard. Went still as my stomach clenched with dread. Hadn't Maisie said almost those exact same words to me in New York when she'd encouraged me to admit my feelings to Ada? "I know."
He leaned forward and placed another soft kiss on my lips. When he pulled away, he held my gaze. "Soon, Sabina. #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#13. Sabina." Vinca said interrupting my maudlin thoughts.
"Hmmm ... "
She rolled her eyes. "I said, don't you think Adam looks nice tonight."
I shook myself. "I guess so," I said with a shrug.
"Oh, stop," he said. "You're going to make me blush. #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Kate Quinn
#14. Even when she was just a flutter inside me, I loved her. Because she is ours. #Quote by Kate Quinn
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#15. Hey, controlling a zombie horde is hard work. I'd punch a nun for a cheeseburger right about now. #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#16. From tender youth we are told by father and teacher that betrayal is the most heinous offense imaginable. But what is betrayal? ... Betrayal means breaking ranks and breaking off into the unknown. Sabina knew of nothing more magnificent than going off into the unknown. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#17. Is that all you bought?" His eyes shot to the left. "Um." I clenched my teeth. "What else?" "A Super Mega Juicer," he said quickly. "But, Sabina, seriously that juicer is a miracle machine." "I'm a vampire, Giguhl. The only liquids I drink are blood and alcohol. I don't do juice. #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Spielrein
#18. For psychic life, activation of the experience has only a negative significance, removing both the image-content and the accompanying stimulation. If the desired union with the love object approaches and word becomes deed, the corresponding cluster of images fades, producing a pleasurable feeling of released tension. At this moment, one is psychically wholly unproductive. Every image attains its peak in life as it intensely awaits transition into reality; with realization, it immediately is destroyed. #Quote by Sabina Spielrein
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Berman
#19. Mexico has made a mistake. Alone, it fights a war against a global phenomenon that only matters to a few. That makes the headlines in every case because of its unusual cruelty. #Quote by Sabina Berman
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#20. While people are fairly young and the musical composition of their lives is still in its opening bars, they can go about writing it together and sharing motifs (the way Tomas and Sabina exchanged the motif of the bowler hat), but if they meet when they are older, like Franz and Sabina, their musical compositions are more or less complete, and every motif, every object, every word means something different to each of them. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#21. She came from a land where revolutionary illusion had long since faded but where the thing he admired most in revolution remained: life on a large scale; a life of risk, daring, and the danger of death. Sabina had renewed his faith in the grandeur of human endeavour. Superimposing the painful drama of her country on her person, he found her even more beautiful. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#22. Yes, it was too late, and Sabina knew she would leave Paris, move on, and on again, because were she to die here they would cover her up with a stone, and in the mind of a woman for whom no place is home the thought of an end to all flight is unbearable. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#23. My eyes shifted to the charred, smoking remains of the Caste vampire who'd taken the right bullet. And fate whispered in my ear, Who's the bitch now? #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Anais Nin
#24. At sixteen, Sabina took moon baths, first of all, because everyone else took sun baths, and second, she admitted, because she had been told it was dangerous. #Quote by Anais Nin
Aelia Sabina quotes by Ruth Downie
#25. The Empress Sabina had long ago formed her own theory about the nonsense in travel books. No traveler, having gone to the expense and trouble of venturing where most civilized people were too sensible to go, was going to come home and admit that it had been a waste of time. Instead, he had to pronounce his destination to be full of strange wonders, like the elk with no knees that could be caught by sabotaging the tree against which it leaned when it slept (Julius Caesar) or the men from India who could wrap themselves in their own ears (reported by the elder Pliny, who seemed to have written down everything he was ever told), or the blue-skinned Britons (Julius Caesar again).
Strangely, no traveler had ever brought one of these creatures home for inspection. Doubtless they were impossible to capture, or died on the journey, or the blue came off in the wash. #Quote by Ruth Downie
Aelia Sabina quotes by Maria Sabina
#26. There is a world beyond ours, a world that is far away, nearby and invisible. #Quote by Maria Sabina
Aelia Sabina quotes by Faith Hunter
#27. I figured Katie was likely swimming in blood. Ick. I looked at the moon and judged that the bloodletting took over two hours before Sabina called a halt by saying words I didn't understand, in French, or Latin, or Mandarin for all I knew. #Quote by Faith Hunter
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Spielrein
#28. [W]artime events are associated strongly with the outbreak of neurosis, which is certainly based on a derangement of sexual life. Destructive images accompany war. Since an image once evoked transforms into another, images associated with the destructive component of the reproductive instinct will stir up deadly images of war. #Quote by Sabina Spielrein
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Spielrein
#29. In young women, I find that a feeling of anxiety is normal and moves to the forefront of repressed feelings when the possibility of fulfilment of the wish first appears. It is a well-defined form of anxiety: You feel that the enemy is within; its characteristic ardour compels you, with inflexible urgency, to do what you do not want to do; you feel the end, the transient, before which you vainly may attempt to flee to an uncertain future. You might ask: Is this all? Is this the high point with nothing more beyond? #Quote by Sabina Spielrein
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#30. Now, perhaps, we are in a better position to understand the abyss separating Sabina and Franz: he listened eagerly to the story of her life and she was equally eager to hear the story of his, but although they had a clear understanding of the logical meaning of the words they exchanged, they failed to hear the semantic susurrus of the river flowing through them. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Juanes
#31. Joaquin Sabina is one of my favorites. He's like a legend. He's like our Bob Dylan, or our Bruce Springsteen. He's one of the most talented writers of our Latin music. #Quote by Juanes
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#32. Beauty in the European sense has always had a premeditated quality to it. We've always had an aesthetic intention and a long-range plan. That's what enabled western man to spend decades building a Gothic cathedral or a Renaissance piazza. The beauty of New York rests on a completely different base. It's unintentional. It arose independent of human designt, like a stalagmitic cavern. Forms which in themselves quite ugly turn up fortuitously, without design, in such incredible surroundings that they sparkle with with a sudden wondrous poetry ... Sabina was very much attracted by the alien quality of New York's beauty. Fran found it intriguing but frightening; it made him feel homesick for Europe. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Khan
#33. I realized that this was all she ever wanted. A daughter who would follow the rules, grow up, and marry a suitable man. Who she could play dress up with, like she was now. But I was not a doll and I was not who she wanted me to be. That part hurt the most. That she would go to all these lengths to prove she was right but not even try to understand who I really was and what made me happy. #Quote by Sabina Khan
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jaye Wells
#34. Hough I have to say nothing beats Type O mixed with a little cannabis." A muscle worked in David's jaw. "You're stoned?"
"Not Really," I said. "Though I do have a strange craving for pizza. Extra garlic. #Quote by Jaye Wells
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#35. No one can get reall drunk on a novle or a painting, but who can help getting drunk on Beethoven's night, Bartok's Sonata for two Pianos and percussion or the Beatles' White Album? He loved mozart as much as rock.
He considered music a liberating force, it liberated him from lonliness, introversion, the dust of the library; it opened the door of hi body and allowed his soul to step out into the world to make friends, He loved to dance an regretted that Sabina did not share his passion
pg 92-93 #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Khan
#36. I was who I was, and I would not be erased. #Quote by Sabina Khan
Aelia Sabina quotes by Anais Nin
#37. I prefer empty cages, Sabina, until I find a unique bird I once saw in my dreams. #Quote by Anais Nin
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#38. He yearned for one long embrace with Sabina, yearned never to say another sentence, another word, to let his orgasm fuse with that orgiastic thunder of music. And lulled by that blissful imaginary uproar, he fell asleep. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Khan
#39. A lethargy took over and I just wanted to sleep the time away. I stared listlessly at the ceiling, trying to remember the last time I'd felt normal, just carefree and happy. It should have frightened me but instead, I felt an intense longing to close my eyes and never open them again. It was so much easier this way. I felt nothing, no pain or yearning. #Quote by Sabina Khan
Aelia Sabina quotes by Vir Das
#40. I was only 24 years old when a lady called Sabina Sehgal Saikia - the then 'Delhi Times' editor - asked me to host the 'Times Food Guide Awards,' so it was with The 'Times of India' that my career began in this field. #Quote by Vir Das
Aelia Sabina quotes by Jennifer Bernard
#41. When things got tough, Sabina, like any normal, red-blooded American woman, turned up the volume. #Quote by Jennifer Bernard
Aelia Sabina quotes by Morgan Rhodes
#42. Hate is a strong emotion. Much more stronger than indifference. But those who burn with hate can also love just as intensely. #Quote by Morgan Rhodes
Aelia Sabina quotes by Milan Kundera
#43. He nourished the cult of Sabina more as religion than as love. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Aelia Sabina quotes by Sabina Nore
#44. Curiosity leads to knowledge.
Knowledge leads to understanding.
Understanding leads to love.
Love leads to harmony.
Be curious. #Quote by Sabina Nore

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