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Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#1. If accusations fit your prejudices, truth is easily pushed aside. #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#2. Joshua walked to the back of the tent.Caroline and Savannah were there but had their backs to him. They were bent over,an he could hear a wailing and he knew it was coming from Livvy. ...The wailing stopped as Livvy looked up and saw her father. Then there was a horrified howl."Daddy!Not dressed!"
Livvy, Papa nhas to go help some people. Can I come kiss you goodbye?"
There was another howl."Daddy,NOT DRESSED!"
Can I blow you a kiss?"
Eyes Closed?"
I promise."
He closed his eyes and turned around, than blew her a kiss. He then opened his eyes. "I think your'e kindof cute, actually.
DADDY!! #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Tami Lund
#3. But no one has seen a trace of lightbearers in over five hundred years. Somebody wiped them out. Probably our kind, trying to inherit their magic."

"Probably our kind eating them for dinner," Finn contributed to the conversation for the first time. "Back then we were slightly more primal."

"Slightly," Tanner remarked tongue in cheek. #Quote by Tami Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Tami Lund
#4. She wore a fitted white scoop neck shirt under a thin jacket, slim brown pants and tennis shoes. He bet she looked hot in four-inch heels. He wondered how long she'd last in this town, and he decided he wanted to sleep with her before she left. #Quote by Tami Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#5. The real problem is not how much we earn; it's how much we waste, perhaps to demonstrate our supposed wealth, when we spend it. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#6. Any connection with nature and most connections with technology are lost. There's a belief that nature is irrelevant and that anything can be solved using the current methods--now technology; previously magic or praying. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#7. Unfortunately for the existing mature systems in nature, the rapid expansion of the human bubble is destroying them. Unfortunately for us, we can't exist without them any more than a living person can exist without oxygen or a body can exist without a head. In this sense, it is actually a conceptual error to define the environment as the rest of the biosphere save humans, and think of ourselves as apart from it, since we can't exist without it. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#8. Walkers easily travel three miles by foot. Drivers get in their cars to get from one side of the parking lot to the other. Neither quite understand why the other is so crazy, when it's so easy to do things their way. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#9. We have an economic model that is based on pulling resources out of the ground and mostly turning them into unnecessary products, getting people to buy the products by convincing them that they need them, then getting them to throw the products away because they're obsolete. This makes people buy the next model and bury the other one in the ground. The sole goal of this seemingly pointless exercise is to work faster and grow the gross domestic product, which measures the resource churn. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#10. If you have debt, you're not a free person. You're explicitly owned by your debt and implicitly owned by the creditor. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#11. This figure shows the cash flows in a world with only two people. I labeled them creditor and debtor. In reality, there are many creditors and debtors (see text for details). It also explains why the "rich get richer" and why those who are in debt and work for a living never seem to "get ahead. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Asger Jorn
#12. My work is based on a tradition quite distinct from the Eckersberg tradition, a Nordic line of development that had never been clearly and consistently defined in the literature on art. This line is not a straight one; it has the strangest and most fascinating twists and curves, and includes such artists as Edvard Munch, Ernest Josephson, Hill , Hansen Jacobsen, Johannes Holbek, Jens Lund, and Emile Nolde. Not all of them equally well known. #Quote by Asger Jorn
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#13. When our lives are congruent with the Lord's will, we are empowered spiritually. Remember what Joseph Smith was taught in Liberty Jail? If we let 'virtue garnish [our] thoughts unceasingly; then shall [our] confidence wax strong in the presence of God' (D&C 121:45). That is what we want as we seek to strengthen our faith. We want our confidence to be strong in God's presence. We don't want to shrink away because we are filled with shame. We want the kind of faith that caused Amanda Barnes Smith to immediately ask God for help in a time of extreme need. She did so in full confidence that He would answer because by then she had been hated and persecuted for His name's sake. And so she knew her life was pleasing to her Heavenly Father!

I believe this is what Paul meant when he said, 'let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need' (Hebrews 4:16). That kind of confidence, that kind of boldness comes from having actual knowledge we are living as God would have us live, doing what God would have us do.

Here is another reason why these tender mercies and divine signatures are so important to us. They not only teach us about God's nature, which strengthens our faith, but they are also a confirming witness that god is pleased with us - sometimes even delighted with us. #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
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#14. We don't need to forgive God. We need to live un-offended with Him. Part of living un-offended at God is agreeing to live without what He withholds. #Quote by Trevor Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#15. It is good to look to the past to gain appreciation for the present and perspective for the future. It is good to look upon the virtues of those who have gone before, to gain strength for whatever lies ahead. It is good to reflect upon thw work of those who labored so hard and gained so little in this worls, but out of whose dreams and early plans, so well nurtured, has come a great harvest of which we are the beneficiaries. Their tremendous example can become a compelling motivation for us all.

Gordon B. Hinckley #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
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#16. The Dark Ages gradually ended six centuries ago with the Renaissance, which seeded new ideas for a different world. The Renaissance ideal dominated our culture until three centuries ago, from the 14th to the 18th century, when it was superseded by modernism. Not surprisingly, this human ideal has almost been forgotten in our culture. The Renaissance, literally "re-birth", was a revival and rediscovery of classical Greek and Roman culture following the decline of culture, trade, and technology during the Dark Ages. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Sarah Griffith Lund
#17. If we believe that God knits us together in our mother's womb, do we therefore beleive that God knits crazy into our being? If God is in all places and is present at all times, is God also in mental illness? If we are made in God's image, then is God crazy too? #Quote by Sarah Griffith Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#18. I withdrew a small card from the pouch. The front of it was filled with lines of elegant, hand-lettered script. "What does it say?" Dad asked, leaning forward. "The Four Remembers of Life," I read. "Number one: Remember, you are unique. Number two: Remember, there is purpose to your life. Number three: Remember you are free to choose what you are and what you become. And number four: Remember, you are not alone. #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#19. In the same vein, tally up the sum total of your earned income so far, subtract your savings, and compare the difference to your pile of stuff. Was it really a good deal? #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
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#20. America is a country founded by people from someplace else on ideas borrowed from someplace else, ultimately to try to distinguish itself from everyplace else. It is a fraught balance of identity. JEB LUND, writer, on #Quote by Anonymous
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#21. For instance, why do we still work eight hours a day, 50 weeks a year, when we're twice as productive as we were 50 years ago? #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Stewart Butterfield
#22. I was born in a little town called Lund in British Columbia. It's like a fishing village. My parents were hippies. They tried to live off the land, so I grew up in a log cabin, and we didn't get running water until I was 4. The next year, we got electricity. Then we moved to the city, Victoria, British Columbia, so I could go to school. #Quote by Stewart Butterfield
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#23. Nobody thinks of using improvements in technology and productivity to allow people to work less and require fewer assets to achieve the same standard of living. Instead, while everybody is richer, at least in terms of stuff, no one is any wealthier. Their wealth is "safely" out of reach. If it weren't, how many would still show up for work the next day? #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
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#24. Each of us is affected by what happens to the other. Just as our movement interact on the field, so our lives interact to a certain degree. This is what is so great about being a member of a team. #Quote by Erik Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Dan Lund
#25. I can't think of a film I've worked on where everybody just chilled out while they worked. Even if we had two more years, we'd still be stressing about shots. It's what we signed up for when we wanted to be filmmakers. #Quote by Dan Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Tami Lund
#26. He did that slow perusal thing with his eyes that guys did when they wanted a girl to know they liked what they saw. A slow smile curved his lips. "Yep."

She recognized that look. She may have been out of the dating game for far too long, but she still understood the process. What she didn't know was how to respond. #Quote by Tami Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Tami Lund
#27. How can I?" Kennedy asked. "How can I trust someone again?"
Sabrina adjusted her veil and squeezed her fist around the white-with-blue-embroidery handkerchief in her hand. "You just do. I don't know how to explain it. You just reach a point where you realize this man is the one, and you are going to put all of your trust in him because you are so in love you don't really have a choice. #Quote by Tami Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#28. Do you want to spend most of your life paying off the interest of a 30-year mortgage and working so you can fill increasingly bigger houses with increasingly more stuff while being stuck in your daily commute in increasingly nicer cars? #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#29. When the automobile was made affordable to the masses, people moved further away from work and further away from stores. While transportation speed increased, transportation distance increased proportionally, keeping transportation time constant. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#30. fresh air down inta the mine. When the doors throughout the mine are shut, the air be trapped an' forced inta the side chutes an' minin' chambers. That's why ya be called trappers. Yur job is ta open the doors when a coal car approaches, then shut 'em agin." "Oh." David knew #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#31. realize that economic agents all represent special interests that typically interpret the situation according to their own interests or political views. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker
Barraud Lund quotes by Thure Erik Lund
#32. The structure of the ideal novel. It's an idea by Thure Erik Lund, an untranslated (as of 2016)Norwegian author. It is mentioned in at least two interviews with Karl-Ove Knausgaard:

Among the writers he'd like to see translated are Kristine Naess, Cathrine Knudsen, and Thure Erik Lund. Of Lund, Knausgaard says, "his literature is wild, megalomanic, dystopic, and breathtakingly original. I once interviewed him, and he revealed his idea of the perfect novel, which should start in the familiar and gradually lead the reader into more and more unfamiliar areas, until the end, which should be in Chinese, in such a way that the reader doesn't notice that she had learned it during the reading."

You wouldn't have read him, there's a Norwegian writer, Thure Erik Lund, he's the greatest prose writer in my generation. He's ten years older than me. He's very wild. His novels start in one place and end up somewhere completely different. His dream novel, he told me, was a novel that starts here and ends up in Chinese, and the readers should have learned Chinese by the time they got to the end. He's untranslatable. In one of his books, there's no people in it, it's completely empty, but it still works, it's just great. In Norway, Lund was the only expansive writer I knew of. And there was the example of Marcel Proust - his are books that just grow. #Quote by Thure Erik Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Robert O. Becker
#33. Burr and Lund advanced similar theories of an electrodynamic field,called by Burr the field of life or L-field, which held the shape of anorganism just as a mold determines the shape of a gelatin dessert."When we meet a friend we have not seen for six months there is notone molecule in his face which was there when we last saw him," Burrwrote. "But, thanks to his controlling L-field, the new molecules havefallen into the old, familiar pattern and we can recognize his face. #Quote by Robert O. Becker
Barraud Lund quotes by John Lewis Lund
#34. Even if toxic people are right about what is "good," they are wrong if the approach is not healthy. #Quote by John Lewis Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Gerald N. Lund
#35. Dipping into the pitcher of the past, his father often said, can only sour the cup of the present. #Quote by Gerald N. Lund
Barraud Lund quotes by Jacob Lund Fisker
#36. wit, a salary or even the potential of a future salary seems to be a gateway to the debt drug; so many people could probably reduce the risk of getting into debt by simply quitting their jobs. #Quote by Jacob Lund Fisker

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