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Archambault Tree quotes by Deepak Chopra
#1. The car was originally owned by a man who had made a fortune manufacturing bidis, the cheap cigarettes wrapped in the leaf of the ebony tree and tied at one end with a string. #Quote by Deepak Chopra
Archambault Tree quotes by V.C. Andrews
#2. Though I'm not sure, I thought I saw women dressed in black, with her head and face covered by a black veil, duck behind a tree as we approached the road and parked car. Hiding so we wouldn't see her. But I caught a glimpse, enough to reveal the rope of lustrous pearls she wore. Pearls that were there for a thin white hand to lift and nervously, out of long habit, twist and untwist into a knot. Only one women I knew did that
and she was the perfect one to wear black, and should run to hide!
Forever hide! Color all her days black! Every last one! #Quote by V.C. Andrews
Archambault Tree quotes by Patricia Sprinkle
#3. You never did master a leer.
- Katharine Murray, Death on the Family Tree #Quote by Patricia Sprinkle
Archambault Tree quotes by Peter Kingsley
#4. [E]ach culture is just like a tree whose essence and whole potential are already contained in the seed. Nothing during the course of a civilization is ever discovered, or invented, or created, which was not already present inside that seed. #Quote by Peter Kingsley
Archambault Tree quotes by James Russell Lowell
#5. Even as the roots, shut in the darksome earth,
Share in the tree top's joyance, and conceive
Of sunshine and wide air and winged things,
By sympathy of nature, so do I #Quote by James Russell Lowell
Archambault Tree quotes by John Knowles
#6. The tree was not only stripped by the cold season, it seemed weary with age, enfeebled, dry. So more the things remain the same, the more they change after all. Nothing endures, not a tree, not love, not even a death by violence. Changed, I headed back though the mud. I was drenched; anybody could see it was time to come out of the rain. #Quote by John Knowles
Archambault Tree quotes by Angie Frazier
#7. A gunshot punctured the air and spooked the birds on tree limbs above. She drew her hand back as the flutter of wings beat out the echoing shot.
"Let's hope he didn't shoot himself in the foot," Oscar said, his darkened expression brightening. The humor relieved her, and she got up to gather sticks for the campfire. She crouched and scooped a few dry limbs into the cradle of her arms.
"Why me?" She said it before she could stop herself.
"What?" Oscar asked.
"My father and you were like father and son. Your loyalty's always been to him first. Why would you row to me?"
All the times she'd felt the rise of her skin under the palm of his hand, the rapid pace of her heart, the breath lost from her lungs. She'd hoped her touch had left warmth lingering in him, too. She'd imagined her scent intoxicated him, drew him to her, even though it was selfish and senseless.
Ira broke into the clearing before Oscar could answer.
"I was this close!" he shouted, holding his thumb and index finger an inch apart. "Nicked her with that shot, I did."
Oscar smirked and shook his head, visibly relieved to move away from Camille's question.
"Doesn't matter none. We got pike. See this one?" Ira made sure Camille was looking. "Caught this one with my bare hands."
"He's lying," Oscar said, building the fire. "He's got fingers made of sweet butter."
Ira shrugged. "All right, I'll let her think you caught 'em all if that's what your ego needs. #Quote by Angie Frazier
Archambault Tree quotes by Leslie Leigh
#8. The tea kettle whistled, and Melissa poured it over the tea at the bottom of the glass pot. While it steeped, Melissa opened the back door to her favorite sight in her corner of the world - her herb and butterfly garden. Blue and purple lupine, shocking pink four o'clocks, orange poppies, and sunny-yellow damiana greeted her, still shaded by the fig tree on the east side of the garden. #Quote by Leslie Leigh
Archambault Tree quotes by John The Apostle
#9. The first angel sounded his trumpet, and there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down upon the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up. #Quote by John The Apostle
Archambault Tree quotes by Byron Katie
#10. Thinking that people are supposed to do or be anything other than what they are is like saying that the tree over there should be the sky. I investigated that and found freedom. #Quote by Byron Katie
Archambault Tree quotes by Madeleine Wickham
#11. A tree falls in the forest, thought Roxanne, staring bleakly out of the window. A man tells a woman he loves her. But if no-one is present to hear it does he really make a sound? Did it really happen? #Quote by Madeleine Wickham
Archambault Tree quotes by E. M. Forster
#12. The present flowed by them like a stream. The tree rustled. It had made music before they were born, and would continue after their deaths, but its song was of the moment. The moment had passed. The tree rustled again. Their senses were sharpened, and they seemed to apprehend life. Life passed. The tree rustled again. #Quote by E. M. Forster
Archambault Tree quotes by Jude Deveraux
#13. Miss Edi: My brother Bertrand is the laziest person in the world.
David: Oh yeah? And how lazy is that?
Miss Edi: When he was three and saw all his gifts under the Christmas tree, he said, 'Who's going to open them for me?'
David: I've heard worse.
Miss Edi: When he was six, my father bought him a bicycle and took him out to teach him to ride it.
David: And?
Miss Edi: Bertrand did very well. My father ran along behind him, holding on, and my brother balanced perfectly. But when my father let go and the bicycle stopped, Bertrand asked why. When my father said he had to push on the pedals, my brother left it lying there in the street, and he never got on a bicycle again.
David: Not bad, but I've heard worse.
Miss Edi: When he was twelve, my parents took us out to a restaurant, the first one we'd ever been to, and my father ordered steaks for each of us. When my brother's came, he looked at it and asked how he was to eat it. My father showed him how to cut the steak, then how to chew it. My brother called the waiter back and ordered a bowl of mashed potatoes.
David: Okay, that's getting up there, but I have heard a few worse.
Miss Edi: When he was sixteen, my mother arranged for her beloved son to go to a dance with a very nice young girl. He was to pick her up at six pm. At six-thirty Bertrand was sitting in the living room and my father asked him why he hadn't gone on his date. My brother said, 'Because she hasn't com #Quote by Jude Deveraux
Archambault Tree quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#14. We are born to talk to other people, ... we are born to be sociable and to sit together with others in the shade of the acacia tree and talk about things that happened the day before. We were not born to sit in kitchens by ourselves, with nobody to chat to. Mma Ramotswe #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Archambault Tree quotes by Francis Bacon
#15. My painting is not violent, it's life that is violent. Even within the most beautiful landscape, in the trees, under the leaves, the insects are eating each other; violence is a part of life. We are born with a scream; we come into life with a scream and maybe love is a mosquito net between the fear of living and the fear of death. #Quote by Francis Bacon
Archambault Tree quotes by John F. Carlson
#16. You will learn to paint trees only by understanding them, their growth, their nature, their movement - and realizing that they are conscious living things. A tree seldom if ever encroaches upon the liberty of another tree. It never wastes its growth in unnecessary twistings. #Quote by John F. Carlson
Archambault Tree quotes by Herman Bavinck
#17. Whoever isolates himself from the church, i.e., from Christianity as a whole, from the history of dogma in its entirety, loses the truth of the Christian faith. That person becomes a branch that is torn from the tree and shrivels, an organ that is separated from the body and therefore doomed to die. Only within the communion of the saints can the length and the breadth, the depth and the height, of the love of Christ be comprehended. #Quote by Herman Bavinck
Archambault Tree quotes by Dana Marton
#18. Murph took his shot and dropped the bastard right out of the tree. then he stood. "I'm an American soldier, you son of a bitch. #Quote by Dana Marton
Archambault Tree quotes by Steve Buscemi
#19. When I was in pre-production for Trees Lounge, I was hearing the cinematographer talking with the production designer about colours and this and that, and feeling like I was losing control. #Quote by Steve Buscemi
Archambault Tree quotes by Hue
#20. If you listen hard enough, you can hear every living thing breathing together, you can feel everything growing. We're all living together, even if most folks don't act like it. We all have the same roots, and we are all branches of the same tree. #Quote by Hue
Archambault Tree quotes by Nawal El Saadawi
#21. Badreya whispered in her ear, The price of freedom is high, Bodour, and there is no writing without freedom. Break your chains, Bodour, break free of your prison and reach out for the forbidden tree. If you eat from it, you will not die, for knowledge leads you to life and not to death. You will live forever. #Quote by Nawal El Saadawi
Archambault Tree quotes by Gaston Bachelard
#22. Imagination is a tree. It has the integrative virtues of a tree. It is root and boughs. It lives between earth and sky. It lives in the earth and the wind. The imagined tree imperceptibly becomes a cosmological tree, the tree which epitomises a universe, which makes a universe. #Quote by Gaston Bachelard
Archambault Tree quotes by Esther Hicks
#23. Every living thing, animal or human, or tree experiences that which is called death, with no exception. You've all accepted that one a long time ago. Spirit, which is who we really are, or Source, is eternal. So what death must be is a changing of the perspective of that Eternal Spirit. If I am standing in my physical body and am consciously connected to that Eternal Spirit, then I'm Eternal in nature and I need not ever again fear any endedness, because, from that perspective I understand that there is not any of that. #Quote by Esther Hicks
Archambault Tree quotes by Craig Silvey
#24. A tree
doesn't know it's a tree.
It doesn't know how pretty its flowers are,
or how beautiful they smell,
or how soft and sweet its fruit is,
It can't feel how warm I am with my arms around it.
It can't hear me when I tell it these things.
It doesn't know anything.
I'm glad you're not a tree. #Quote by Craig Silvey
Archambault Tree quotes by Enid Bagnold
#25. Sometimes in the late evenings one walks busily up and down the ward doing this and that, forgetting that there is anything beyond the drawn blinds, engrossed in the patients, one's tasks - bed-making, washing, one errand and another - and then suddenly a blind will blow out and almost up to the ceiling, and through it you will catch a glimpse that makes you gasp, of a black night crossed with bladed searchlights, of a moon behind a crooked tree.
The lifting of the blind is a miracle; I do not believe in the wind. #Quote by Enid Bagnold
Archambault Tree quotes by Davey Havok
#26. I'm Davey. I sing, make faces and swing from trees. #Quote by Davey Havok
Archambault Tree quotes by David Mitchell
#27. The last of the cherry blossom. On the tree, it
turns ever more perfect. And when it's perfect, it falls. And then of course once it hits the
ground it gets all mushed up. So it's only absolutely perfect when it's falling through the air,
this way and that, for the briefest time!.!.!. #Quote by David Mitchell
Archambault Tree quotes by Yoko Ono
#28. People don't remember each tree in a park but all of us benefit from the trees. And in a way, artists are like trees in a park. #Quote by Yoko Ono
Archambault Tree quotes by Ashley Rickards
#29. Yeah, the whole 'One Tree Hill' experience made me realize I wanna write, and produce, and direct as well as act. I'm interested in all facets of the industry. #Quote by Ashley Rickards
Archambault Tree quotes by Sophia Amoruso
#30. Who cares if a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it? The tree still falls. If you believe that what you're doing will have positive results, it will - even if it's not immediately obvious. When you hold yourself to the same standard in your work that you do as a friend, girlfriend, student, or otherwise, it pays off. #Quote by Sophia Amoruso
Archambault Tree quotes by K.J. Charles
#31. If Guy had been asked at any point in his entire adult life prior to this week how he might envisage himself speaking to Sir Philip Rookwood, "planning illicit amours" would have been the least likely answer imaginable, matched only in its implausibility by "up a tree". #Quote by K.J. Charles
Archambault Tree quotes by Katherine Applegate
#32. The grocery store
has rows and rows
of color, of light,
of easy hope.
Hannah moves down the aisle,
but I stand like a tree rooted firm,
my eyes too full of this place,
with its answers to prayers
on every shelf. #Quote by Katherine Applegate
Archambault Tree quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#33. I expect a time when, or rather an integrity by which, a man will get his coat as honestly and as perfectly fitting as a tree itsbark. Now our garments are typical of our conformity to the ways of the world, i.e., of the devil, and to some extent react on us and poison us, like that shirt which Hercules put on. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Archambault Tree quotes by Vincent Zandri
#34. You fell off the tree of fucked-up-weird and slammed every branch on the way down. #Quote by Vincent Zandri
Archambault Tree quotes by Lemony Snicket
#35. In most cases, the best strategy for a job interview is to be fairly honest, because the worst thing that can happen is that you won't get the job and will spend the rest of your life foraging for food in the wilderness and seeking shelter underneath a tree or the awning of a bowling alley that has gone out of business. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Archambault Tree quotes by Yann Martel
#36. To lose a brother is to lose someone with whom you can share the experience of growing old, who is supposed to bring you a sister-in-law and nieces and nephews, creatures who people the tree of your life and give it new branches. To lose your father is to lose the one whose guidance and help you seek, who supports you like a tree trunk supports its branches. To lose your mother, well, that is like losing the sun above you. It is like losing
I'm sorry, I would rather not go on. #Quote by Yann Martel
Archambault Tree quotes by Samantha Shannon
#37. But when the heart grows too full, it overflows. And mine, inevitably, overflows on to a page. #Quote by Samantha Shannon
Archambault Tree quotes by Ed Begley, Jr.
#38. It's something I passed on to my kids. They really love the earth because they've experienced it from the youngest age. They know where food comes from - it doesn't come from the Safeway bush or the Ralph's tree. It comes from the earth. And water and sunshine and nutrients. My children understand that because they've experienced it. I feel successful as a parent, having done that. #Quote by Ed Begley, Jr.
Archambault Tree quotes by Emil Cioran
#39. I was walking late one night along a tree-lined path; a chestnut fell at my feet. The noise it made as it burst, the resonance it provoked in me, and an upheaval out of all proportion to this insignificant event thrust me into miracle, into the rapture of the definitive, as if there were no more questions - only answers. I was drunk on a thousand unexpected discoveries, none of which I could make use of. ...
This is how I nearly reached the Supreme. But instead I went on with my walk. #Quote by Emil Cioran
Archambault Tree quotes by Bel Kaufman
#40. One of my students had written wistfully of a dream-school that would have windows with trees in them. #Quote by Bel Kaufman
Archambault Tree quotes by William Shakespeare
#41. 'Tis thought the king is dead; we will not stay. The bay trees in our country are all wither'd. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Archambault Tree quotes by Peter T. King
#42. Again, we saw in Bosnia - we had U.N. peacekeepers tied to trees, being taken hostage. The fact is they don't have the type of deliberate and authoritative rule that I think is needed to get the job done. #Quote by Peter T. King
Archambault Tree quotes by Debasish Mridha
#43. Only when you are able to hear the songs of a tree will you be able to understand the magnificence and magic of life. #Quote by Debasish Mridha

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