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Anberlin Cities quotes by Adam Rapp
#1. I pictured love as a big hairy giant with a dead fish in his mouth. Grizzly bear claws and his heart half out of his chest cause it's too big and the lungs have to fit. He never stops walking. Over mountains. Through the desert. On top of icy lakes. Past huge cities. And he hunts and kills for you and always comes back with plenty to eat. #Quote by Adam Rapp
Anberlin Cities quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#2. The Italians are fond of red clothes, peacock plumes, and embroidery; and I remember one rainy morning in the city of Palermo, the street was ablaze with scarlet umbrellas. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Anberlin Cities quotes by Jaime Lerner
#3. There is no endeavor more noble than the attempt to achieve a collective dream. When a city accepts as a mandate its quality of life, when it respects the people who live in it, when it respects the environment, when it prepares for future generations, the people share the responsibility for that mandate. This shared cause is the only way to achieve that collective dream. #Quote by Jaime Lerner
Anberlin Cities quotes by Claude Monet
#4. Without the fog, London would not be a beautiful city. It is fog that gives it its magnificent amplitude ... its regular and massive blocks become grandiose in that mysterious mantle. #Quote by Claude Monet
Anberlin Cities quotes by Judith Lynne Hanna
#5. The 1980's witnessed a new dance genre in New York City and Los Angeles. Slam Dancing was perhaps a way for adolescent males to deal with the stressors of maturation, aggressive personal feelings, and violence in the society at large. Through dancing, the youths expressed raw power and rage while achieving euphoria, enhanced self-concept, and a healthy fatigue. #Quote by Judith Lynne Hanna
Anberlin Cities quotes by Dolph Schayes
#6. It's fair to say that Jews dominated basketball and that started in the 30s in all the big cities. I think it was simply because Jews lived in ghettoes and basketball is a great schoolyard game. You don't need a lot of space or equipment and you can adapt it to how many players you have. #Quote by Dolph Schayes
Anberlin Cities quotes by Kobo Abe
#7. The same sand currents had swallowed up and destroyed flourishing cities and great empires. They called it the "sabulation" of the Roman Empire, if he remembered rightly. #Quote by Kobo Abe
Anberlin Cities quotes by Joel Kinnaman
#8. I really want to live in New York. That's the city of my dreams. #Quote by Joel Kinnaman
Anberlin Cities quotes by Penny Reid
#9. waiting for the other shoe to drop. Did you know it originated in cities like Chicago and New York?" "No. I did not" He tilted his head, his mouth hooking upward to one side as though he were trying not to laugh. "Tell me about it."He was teasing me again. "Well, it did. So…"He lifted his eyebrows, "That's all? You're not going to tell me the specific origin of the idiom waiting for the other shoe to drop'?"I shook my head, "I don't know it."He mimicked me and shook his head in response, "You're lying. You do know.""Nope. I don't.""This is just like the mammals." He sighed and placed his phone on the table. Before he took a bite from his sandwich he said, "You're stingy with information."My frowned deepened, "No, I'm not-"His words were somewhat garbled as he spoke between chewing, "You're an information tease.""What?!""Or maybe you don't really know the origin and you're just making things up to impress me-" he took another bite. "I am not! It originates from the late industrial revolution, in the late 19th and early 20th century.Apartments were all built with the same floor plan, in similar design so one tenant's bedroom was
under another's. Therefore it was normal to hear an upstairs neighbor removing his or her shoes and hearing one shoe hit the floor, then the other, when they undressed at night.""I wonder what else they heard." His gaze held mine, seemed to burn with a new intensity."I suppose anything that was loud enough. #Quote by Penny Reid
Anberlin Cities quotes by Rumi
#10. ONCE a beloved asked her lover: "Friend,
You have seen many places in the world!
Now - which of all these cities was the best?
He said: "The city where my sweetheart lives! #Quote by Rumi
Anberlin Cities quotes by Amit Ray
#11. Smart cities are the intelligent cities of positivity and happy-energy, not the junkyards of technologies but cities of diversity, love, life, beauty, dignity, freedom, tolerance, and equality. #Quote by Amit Ray
Anberlin Cities quotes by Regina Doman
#12. It was Night. In most places, Night is a time for sleep, for calm, and for mystery. But not in New York City, where many things conspired every evening to murder the night. #Quote by Regina Doman
Anberlin Cities quotes by Fran Lebowitz
#13. I am a New Yorker. I like New York. And I like cities. And it's not my desire to make New York more suburban. I would personally just like to vet each person. #Quote by Fran Lebowitz
Anberlin Cities quotes by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
#14. Every creature on earth returns to home. It is ironic that we have made wildlife refuges for ibis, pelican, egret, wolf, crane, deer, mouse, moose, and bear, but not for ourselves in the places we live day after day. We understand that the loss of habitat is the most disastrous event that can occur to a free creauture.
We fervently point out how other creatures' natural territories have become surrounded by cities, ranches, highways, noise, and other dissonance, as though we are not affected also.
We know that for creatures to live on, they must at least from time to time have a home place, a place where they feel both protected and free #Quote by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
Anberlin Cities quotes by Tadeusz Konwicki
#15. Our contemporary poverty is as transparent as glass and as invisible as the air. Our poverty is kilometer-long lines, the constant elbowing, spiteful officials, trains late without reason, the water cut off by some disaster (...), the monotony of living without any hope whatsoever, the decaying historic cities, the provinces emptying the rivers poisoned. Our poverty is the grace of the totalitarian state by whose grace we live. #Quote by Tadeusz Konwicki
Anberlin Cities quotes by Grimes
#16. I usually like to get people in because I don't have a band or anything. In cities where I have friends, I try to get them to come out and dance for me. #Quote by Grimes
Anberlin Cities quotes by Richard M. Daley
#17. Why should a city be mandated to do something by the federal government or state government without the money to do it? #Quote by Richard M. Daley
Anberlin Cities quotes by Wendell Pierce
#18. One of the real worries I had before the first season of 'Treme' aired was that, man, people in New Orleans really hold movie and television shows up to a high standard in how they depict the city. #Quote by Wendell Pierce
Anberlin Cities quotes by Kanza Javed
#19. People recover differently. Some change cities, some fall in love and some begin writing. #Quote by Kanza Javed
Anberlin Cities quotes by Lorin Maazel
#20. The Beethoven Experience provided the opportunity to solidify the relationship between the Orchestra and me, the Orchestra and me and the public, between all of us and the city of New York, because Beethoven after all is a really amazing point of reference. #Quote by Lorin Maazel
Anberlin Cities quotes by Michael Adams
#21. I thought about all the people who'd had to do this through history. The millions taking flight from disasters, fleeing tyrannical despots, making exodus from pogroms, escaping waring soldiers and pouring out of bombed cities. What had kept them going was the promise of safe haven, whether in some sprawling refugee camp or under the protection of a friendly army. We didn't have that. #Quote by Michael Adams
Anberlin Cities quotes by Monica Ali
#22. They were both lost in cities that would not pause even to shrug #Quote by Monica Ali
Anberlin Cities quotes by David Simon
#23. I had a great editor, Rebecca Corbett, from the time I was a city reporter right through to the years I worked on the 'Sun's' enterprise reporting team. #Quote by David Simon
Anberlin Cities quotes by Bill Alexander
#24. The news of the open military help to Franco from Hitler and Mussolini, and the heroic resistance of the people of Madrid, Barcelona and the big cities fired a widespread wish to help the Republic and its people. #Quote by Bill Alexander
Anberlin Cities quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr.
#25. As I like to say to the people in Montgomery: The tension in this city is not between white people and Negro people. The tension is, at bottom, between justice and injustice, between the forces of light and the forces of darkness. #Quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Anberlin Cities quotes by Sean DeLauder
#26. Doubt was a giant-sized beast with heavy boots that pounded through the cities of the mind, sparking an occasional life only so Hope could rise again for a splendid recrushing. Doubt reveled in nothing more than destroying Hope. And Hope, being immortal, lived out its days with blithe indifference to its regular obliteration. Neither cared at all about the suffering they caused: Doubt because it enjoyed suffering; Hope because it was too stupid to recognize it. #Quote by Sean DeLauder
Anberlin Cities quotes by Barbara Kruger
#27. If most American cities are about the consumption of culture, Los Angeles and New York are about the production of culture - not only national culture but global culture. #Quote by Barbara Kruger
Anberlin Cities quotes by Cassandra Clare
#28. There were also books of fairy tales, The Arabian Nights, James Payn's work, Anthony Trollope's Vicar of Bullhampton, Thomas Hardy's Desperate Remedies, a pile of Wilkie Collins - The New Magdalen, The Law and the Lady, The Two Destinies, and a new Jules Verne novel titled Child of the Cavern that she itched to get her hands on. And then, there it was - A Tale of Two Cities. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Anberlin Cities quotes by Edward Abbey
#29. Water, water, water ... There is no shortage of water in the desert but exactly the right amount , a perfect ratio of water to rock, water to sand, insuring that wide free open, generous spacing among plants and animals, homes and towns and cities, which makes the arid West so different from any other part of the nation. There is no lack of water here unless you try to establish a city where no city should be. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Anberlin Cities quotes by Edwidge Danticat
#30. The immigrant artist shares with all other artists the desire to interpret and possibly remake his or her own world. So though we may not be creating as dangerously as our forebears - though we are not risking torture, beatings, execution, though exile does not threaten us into perpetual silence - still, while we are at work bodies are littering the streets somewhere. People are buried under rubble somewhere. Mass graves are being dug somewhere. Survivors are living in makeshift tent cities and refugee camps somewhere, shielding their heads from the rain, closing their eyes, covering their ears, to shut out the sounds of military "aid" helicopters. And still, many are reading, and writing, quietly, quietly. #Quote by Edwidge Danticat
Anberlin Cities quotes by Alcaeus
#31. Brave men are a city's strongest tower of defence. #Quote by Alcaeus
Anberlin Cities quotes by Svetlana Alliluyeva
#32. All large cities are alike at night. #Quote by Svetlana Alliluyeva

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