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Borrowing quotes by Charles Dickens
#1. Then it is your opinion ... that a man should never-"
-Invest in portable property in a friend?" ... "Certainly he should not. Unless he wants to get rid of the friend- and then it becomes a question how much portable property it may be worth to get rid of him. #Quote by Charles Dickens
Borrowing quotes by Dave Eggers
#2. People say I talk slowly. I talk in a way sometimes called laconic. The phone rings, I answer, and people ask if they've woken me up. I lose my way in the middle of sentences, leaving people hanging for minutes. I have no control over it. I'll be talking, and will be interested in what I'm saying, but then someone - I'm convinced this what happens - someone - and I wish I knew who, because I would have words for this person - for a short time, borrows my head. Like a battery is borrowed from a calculator to power a remote control, someone, always, is borrowing my head. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Borrowing quotes by Olive Ann Burns
#3. I'm convinced true fulfillment is living in God's world one day at a time, savoring it, leaving today's disapointments behind and borrowing no troubles from tomorrow. It's done not only by accepting life, fever, and things that go bump in the night, but also by cultivating love and new and old friendships, and especially by finding a new work or project that makes it exciting just to get up in the morning. #Quote by Olive Ann Burns
Borrowing quotes by Alex Berenson
#4. Most companies can survive even if their debt ratings are lowered below investment grade, although they will have higher borrowing costs. #Quote by Alex Berenson
Borrowing quotes by Jeb Hensarling
#5. We should not be borrowing money from the Chinese to bail out the Greeks. What's coming next? Intergalactic bailouts? #Quote by Jeb Hensarling
Borrowing quotes by Peter Orszag
#6. Total borrowing has imploded. Private borrowing has collapsed. And, in effect, the Treasury Department is the last borrower left standing. #Quote by Peter Orszag
Borrowing quotes by Thomas Tusser
#7. Who goeth a borrowing. Goeth a sorrowing. #Quote by Thomas Tusser
Borrowing quotes by Danielle Evans
#8. Her boldness, which I'd always thought I'd been borrowing from her, had become mine in ways I didn't realize until she was gone. I didn't flinch around people who didn't like me; I didn't feel anymore like being myself was something for which I owed the world an apology. #Quote by Danielle Evans
Borrowing quotes by Zadie Smith
#9. Unlike my mother, he had no anxiety in connection with her, he found her single-minded dedication to her dancing sweet, and also, I think, admirable- it appealed to his work ethic- and it was very clear that Tracey adored my father, was even a little in love with him. She was so painfully grateful for the way he talked to her like a father, although sometimes he went too far in this direction, not understanding that what came after borrowing a father for a few minutes was he pain of having to give him back. #Quote by Zadie Smith
Borrowing quotes by Alessandra Torre
#10. Sex should be about mutual enjoyment, connection, the borrowing from another's fire at a moment when you want it most. #Quote by Alessandra Torre
Borrowing quotes by William Styron
#11. In depression this faith in deliverance, in ultimate restoration, is absent. The pain is unrelenting, and what makes the condition intolerable is the foreknowledge that no remedy will come- not in a day, an hour, a month, or a minute. If there is mild relief, one knows that it is only temporary; more pain will follow. It is hopelessness even more than pain that crushes the soul. So the decision-making of daily life involves not, as in normal affairs, shifting from one annoying situation to another less annoying- or from discomfort to relative comfort, or from boredom to activity- but moving from pain to pain. One does not abandon, even briefly, one's bed of nails, but is attached to it wherever one goes. And this results in a striking experience- one which I have called, borrowing military terminology, the situation of the walking wounded. For in virtually any other serious sickness, a patient who felt similar devistation would by lying flat in bed, possibly sedated and hooked up to the tubes and wires of life-support systems, but at the very least in a posture of repose and in an isolated setting. His invalidism would be necessary, unquestioned and honorably attained. However, the sufferer from depression has no such option and therefore finds himself, like a walking casualty of war, thrust into the most intolerable social and family situations. There he must, despite the anguish devouring his brain, present a face approximating the one that is associated with ordinary event #Quote by William Styron
Borrowing quotes by Alex Morritt
#12. Let's stop kidding ourselves that Greek debt is the Euro's key problem. With Greece gone, who's next ? #Quote by Alex Morritt
Borrowing quotes by David Daiches
#13. Historically, the language we call Scots was a development of the Anglian speech of the Northumbrians who established their kingdom of Bernicia as far north as the Firth of Forth in the seventh century. This northern Anglo-Saxon language flourished in Lowland Scotland and emerged into a distinct language on its own, capable of rich expansion by borrowing from Latin, French and other sources with its own grammatical forms and methods of borrowing. By the time of the Makars of the fifteenth century it was a highly sophisticated poetic language, based on the spoken speech of the people, but enriched by many kinds of expansion, invention and 'aureation'. Distinct from literary English, but having much in common with it, literary Scots took its place in the late Middle Ages as one of the great literary languages of Europe. #Quote by David Daiches
Borrowing quotes by Lawrence Summers
#14. As long as we keep our fundamentals strong ... the dollar (and) U.S. borrowing costs will do just fine. #Quote by Lawrence Summers
Borrowing quotes by Isaac Bashevis Singer
#15. From borrowing one gets poorer and from work one gets richer. #Quote by Isaac Bashevis Singer
Borrowing quotes by John O'Hara
#17. A merchant in Baghdad sends his servant to the marketplace for provisions. Shortly, the servant comes home white and trembling and tells him that in the marketplace he was jostled by a woman, whom he recognized as Death, and she made a threatening gesture. Borrowing the merchant's horse, he flees at top speed to Samarra, a distance of about 75 miles (125 km), where he believes Death will not find him. The merchant then goes to the marketplace and finds Death, and asks why she made the threatening gesture. She replies, "That was not a threatening gesture, it was only a start of surprise. I was astonished to see him in Baghdad, for I had an appointment with him tonight in Samarra. #Quote by John O'Hara
Borrowing quotes by Kody Chamberlain
#18. Seeing other people do great work is its own form of inspiration and far more powerful than borrowing their ideas. #Quote by Kody Chamberlain
Borrowing quotes by Will Cuppy
#19. Borrowing has a bad name, but you would be surprised how it helps in a pinch. #Quote by Will Cuppy
Borrowing quotes by David Shoemaker
#20. Borrowing a line from Jim Croce's "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," Watts dubbed Ritter the Junkyard Dog - and, ever the literalist, gave him a dog collar and junk cart. #Quote by David Shoemaker
Borrowing quotes by George Orwell
#21. The cost of reading, even if you buy books instead of borrowing them and take in a fairly large number of periodicals, does not amount to more than the combined cost of smoking and drinking. #Quote by George Orwell
Borrowing quotes by McKenzie Funk
#22. In economic terms, global warming is not merely an externality that we have failed to price in. The free market can only get us so far. This makes it a truly wicked problem, but it also gives us a more perfect moral clarity. We are not simply borrowing against our own future. For the most part, we are not our own victims. To rely on empathy to shape our response to climate change is often considered naive - the victims of warming are distant in space, distant in time, and the bullets are invisible - but I believe it is more naive to hope that we in the north will significantly cut emissions or consumption or give needed adaptation funding to distant countries because we personally feel threatened. In #Quote by McKenzie Funk
Borrowing quotes by Jacques Derrida
#23. The bricoleur, says Levi-Strauss, is someone who uses 'the means at hand,' that is, the instruments he finds at his disposition around him, those which are already there, which had not been especially conceived with an eye to the operation for which they are to be used and to which one tries by trial and error to adapt them, not hesitating to change them whenever it appears necessary, or to try several of them at once, even if their form and their origin are heterogenous - and so forth. There is therefore a critique of language in the form of bricolage, and it has even been said that bricolage is critical language itself ... If one calls bricolage the necessity of borrowing one's concepts from the text of a heritage which is more or less coherent or ruined, it must be said that every discourse is bricoleur. #Quote by Jacques Derrida
Borrowing quotes by Charlie Munger
#24. I bet Richard Fuld doesn't have an ounce of contrition. It's just megalomania. When it's like that, you need rules to prevent catastrophe. When banks are borrowing the government's credit rating, you need rules to prevent stupid things. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Borrowing quotes by George Osborne
#25. I'm a Conservative who believes in lower taxes. They lead to a more enterprising economy. But I'm not somebody who believes you can fund lower taxes by borrowing more money. #Quote by George Osborne
Borrowing quotes by Julie Bishop
#26. The Gillard government must give up its addiction to wasteful spending borrowing and taxing. #Quote by Julie Bishop
Borrowing quotes by Erma Bombeckk
#27. The family. We were a strange little band of characters trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste, converting one another's desserts, hiding shampoo, borrowing money, locking each other out of our rooms, inflicting pain and kissing to heal it in the same instant, loving, laughing, defending and trying to figure out the common thread that bound us all together. #Quote by Erma Bombeckk
Borrowing quotes by Amos Tutuola
#28. There were two friends, one of these two friends was money borrower, he had no other work than to borrow and he was feeding on any money that he was borrowing. One day, he borrowed £1 from his friend. After a year his friend who lent him the money, asked him to refund the £1 to him, but the borrower said that he would not pay the £1 and said that he had never paid any debit since he was borrowing money and since he was born. When #Quote by Amos Tutuola
Borrowing quotes by Henry Ford
#29. Borrowing for expansion is one thing; borrowing to make up for mismanagement and waste is quite another. #Quote by Henry Ford
Borrowing quotes by Sidney Lumet
#30. My job is to care about and be responsible for every frame of every movie I make. I know that all over the world there are young people borrowing from relatives and saving their allowances to buy their first cameras and put together their first student movies, some of them dreaming of becoming famous and making a fortune. But a few are dreaming of finding out what matters to them, of saying to themselves and to anyone who will listen, "I care." A few of them want to make good movies. #Quote by Sidney Lumet
Borrowing quotes by Scott Nearing
#31. We believed it was better to pay as you go than it was to pay your bills by borrowing and laying up debts for another day. To pay as you go, that policy is a safer business policy and a saner business policy, and we thought it was a saner national policy. #Quote by Scott Nearing
Borrowing quotes by Henry Kissinger
#32. If Chinese exceptionalism represented the claims of a universal empire, Japanese exceptionalism sprang from the insecurities of an island nation borrowing heavily from its neighbor, but fearful of being dominated by it. #Quote by Henry Kissinger
Borrowing quotes by Ron Paul
#33. Government spending is always a "tax" burden on the American people and is never equally or fairly distributed. The poor and low-middle income workers always suffer the most from the deceitful tax of inflation and borrowing. #Quote by Ron Paul
Borrowing quotes by Roger Altman
#34. In this age, if the currency of a major nation collapses, or its access to borrowing ends, it just can't function. #Quote by Roger Altman
Borrowing quotes by Paul Ryan
#35. What I'm concerned about is endless borrowing, which is going to compromise our economy not only today but in the future. Because we know the decisions we make right now really dramatically impact us in the future, and the debt is literally getting out of our control. #Quote by Paul Ryan
Borrowing quotes by Al Gore
#36. As I have said for many years throughout this land, we're borrowing money from China to buy oil from the Persian Gulf to burn it in ways that destroy the future of human civilization. Every bit of that has to change. #Quote by Al Gore
Borrowing quotes by Gregory A. Boyd
#37. In the words of Barbara Rossing and John Yoder, borrowing an image from the book of Revelation, the contrast between the "power over" kingdom of the world and the "power under" kingdom of God is "Lion power" versus "Lamb power." The kingdom of God advances by people lovingly placing themselves under others, in service to others, at cost to themselves. This "coming under" doesn't mean that followers of Jesus conform to other people's wishes, but it does mean that we always interact with others with their best interests in mind.

Following the example of Christ, and in stark contrast to the modus operandi of the world, we are to do "nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility regard others as better than [our]selves." We are to "look not to [our] own interests, but to the interests of others" (Phil. 2:3–4). We are to "not seek [our] own advantage, but that of the other" (1 Cor. 10:24, cf. 10:33). Following Jesus' example, we are to find honor in washing people's feet (John 13:14–15) - that is, in serving them in any way we can.

So too, in following our Master we are to seek to do good and free all who are "oppressed by the devil" (Acts 10:38) while we voluntarily bear others' burdens (Gal. 6:2). We are to "outdo one another in showing honor" (Rom. 12:10) and never be competitive with others (unless, of course, it's for fun) (Gal. 5:26). We are to "put up with the failings of the weak, and not please ourselves," always asking how we might "ple #Quote by Gregory A. Boyd
Borrowing quotes by Joseph E. Stiglitz
#38. Overborrowing or overlending? Lenders encourage indebtedness because it is profitable. Developing country governments are sometimes even pressured to overborrow ... Even without corruption, it is easy to be influenced by Western businessmen and financiers ... Countries that aren't sure that borrowing is worth the rist are told how important it is to establis a credit rating: borrow even if you really don't need the money. #Quote by Joseph E. Stiglitz
Borrowing quotes by Meredith Whitney
#39. You can make great money in a utility type of business by borrowing cheaply and lending sensibly but that's not what's being done. #Quote by Meredith Whitney
Borrowing quotes by Bruce Ramsey
#40. On economic matters Garrett had a brilliant simplicity. In November 1913, while editor of the Annalist, he began a monthly column on money in Everybody's, writing as John Parr. One of the most common questions from readers was why the government simply didn't print money to spend on public works, instead of borrowing it at interest. It was a variant of the Coxey idea. Garrett explained that money is not wealth, but a claim on wealth, and that you do not add to wealth by creating more claims to it.4 #Quote by Bruce Ramsey
Borrowing quotes by Michelangelo Buonarroti
#41. But if it so happens ... a work ... under pain of otherwise becoming shameful or false, requires fantasy ... [and that] certain limbs or elements of a figure are altered by borrowing from other species, for example transforming into a dolphin the hinder end of a griffon or a stag ... these alterations will be excellent and the substitution, however unreal it may seem, deserves to be declared a fine invention in the genre of the monstrous.
When a painter introduces into this kind of work of art chimerae and other imaginary beings in order to divert and entertain the senses and also to captivate the eyes of mortals who long to see unclassified and impossible things, he shows himself more respectful of reason than if he produced the usual figures of men or of animals. #Quote by Michelangelo Buonarroti
Borrowing quotes by Mary Doria Russell
#42. You know how people say, Don't borrow trouble? Well, said Morgan, I guess it's the opposite of that. Doc is borrowing happiness. #Quote by Mary Doria Russell
Borrowing quotes by Zana Marjanovic
#43. The whole borrowing clothes thing is very unnatural for me. I don't feel comfortable with that. If you like something, I'd just give it to you rather than sharing it. #Quote by Zana Marjanovic
Borrowing quotes by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
#44. I, who ne'erWent for myself a begging, go a borrowing,And that for others. Borrowing's much the sameAs begging; just as lending upon usuryIs much the same as thieving. #Quote by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
Borrowing quotes by Oren Peli
#45. Almost any movie, no matter how original, is borrowing from some other movies. #Quote by Oren Peli
Borrowing quotes by Doris Lessing
#46. Borrowing is not much better than begging; just as lending with interest is not much better than stealing. #Quote by Doris Lessing
Borrowing quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#47. I have seen books made of things neither studied nor ever understood ... the author contenting himself for his own part, to have cast the plot and projected the design of it, and by his industry to have bound up the fagot of unknown provisions; at least the ink and paper his own. This may be said to be a buying or borrowing, and not a making or compiling of a book. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Borrowing quotes by Wilkie Collins
#48. The little children of my brain may be weakly
enough, and may be sadly in want of a helping hand to aid them in their first attempts at walking on the stage
of this great world; but, at any rate, they are not borrowed children. #Quote by Wilkie Collins
Borrowing quotes by Laura Kaye
#49. Jeremy's T-Shirts by book:
Hard As It Gets
"ROUTE 69"
"This guy loves BACON" with two hands with their thumbs pointing back at him
"Orgasm Donor" with a red cross
Big Johnson's Tattoo Parlor, "You're going to feel more than a Little Prick"
"I'm not Santa but you can still sit on my lap"

Hard As You Can
Log-holding beaver that says, "Are you looking at my wood?"
"I put the long in schlong"

Hard to Hold On To
"Blink if you're horny"

Hard to Come By
Hand pointing downward and the words, "May I suggest the sausage?"
Charlie (who starts borrowing Jeremy's t-shirts): A smiling fire extinguished that says, "I put out"
Charlie: Schnauzer wearing a saddle that says, "Weiner Rides, 25 cents"
"HEAD Foundation. Please give generously"
Charlie: Mr. T with the words "Mr. T Shirt"
There's a party in my pants. You're invited. #Quote by Laura Kaye
Borrowing quotes by Sijdah Hussain
#50. In the earliest English, the word bully was created by borrowing boel from the Dutch language. It means lover or sweetheart. Today, it is used to talk about someone who gets off by intimidating others because making others feel inferior is the only way for them to feel better about themselves maybe.
Oh, how the words have fallen – literally fallen from grace! #Quote by Sijdah Hussain
Borrowing quotes by Ayi Kwei Armah
#51. Unless, of course, one chose to join the increasing numbers who had decided they were so deep in despair that there was nothing worse to fear in life. These were men who had finally, and so early, so surprisingly early seen enough of something in their own ives and in the lives around them to convince them of the final futility of efforts of efforts to break the mean monthly cycle of debt and borrowing, borrowing and debt. #Quote by Ayi Kwei Armah
Borrowing quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#52. A man with nothing to lend should refrain from borrowing. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Borrowing quotes by Suze Orman
#53. A cash advance on a credit card is one of the worst types of borrowing because the interest rate is typically 21 percent or more. #Quote by Suze Orman
Borrowing quotes by Jane Hamilton
#54. Wait." Walter went to the basket, taking what was a gray sleeve, drawing it out fro the middle of the heap. "Oh," He said. He held the shapeless wool sweater to his chest. Joyce had knit for months the year Daniel died, and here was the result, her handiwork, the garment that would fit a giant. It was nothing more than twelve skeins of yarn and thousands of loops, but it had the power to bring back in a flash the green-tiled walls of the hospital, the sound of an ambulance trying to cut through city traffic in the distance, the breathing of the dying boy, his father staring at the ceiling, the full greasy bucket of fried chicken on he bed table.
"I'll take this one," Walter said, balling up the sweater as best he could, stuffing it into a shopping bag that was half full of the books he was taking home, that he was borrowing.
"Oh, honey," Joyce said. "You don't want that old scrap."
"You made it. I remember your making it." Keep it light, he said to himself, that's a boy. "There's a use for it. Don't you think so, Aunt Jeannie? No offense, Mom, but I could invade the Huns with it or strap the sleeves to my car tires in a blizzard, for traction, or protect our nation with it out in space, a shield against nuclear attack."
Jeannie tittered in her usual way in spite of herself. "You always did have that sense of humor," she said as she went upstairs. When she was out of range, Joyce went to Walter's bag and retrieved the sweater. She laid it on the card table #Quote by Jane Hamilton
Borrowing quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#55. The borrowing is often honest enough, and comes of magnanimity and stoutness. A great man quotes bravely and will not draw on his invention when his memory serves him with a word as good. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Borrowing quotes by Kent Conrad
#56. When you're borrowing 40 cents of every dollar that you spend, that can't continue much longer. I think everybody really does understand that, and it's going to require all of us - those who are the most fortunate among us - but it's really going to require every American to contribute to a solution. #Quote by Kent Conrad
Borrowing quotes by Joseph E. Stiglitz
#57. Today, China alone holds more than $1 trillion in public and private American IOUs. Cumulative borrowing from abroad during the six years of the Bush administration amounts to some $5 trillion. Most likely these creditors will not call in their loans - if they ever did, there would be a global financial crisis. #Quote by Joseph E. Stiglitz
Borrowing quotes by Mitch Daniels
#58. If our nation goes over a financial Niagara, we won't have much strength and, eventually, we won't have peace. We are currently borrowing the entire defense budget from foreign investors. Within a few years, we will be spending more on interest payments than on national security. That is not, as our military friends say, a 'robust strategy.' #Quote by Mitch Daniels
Borrowing quotes by Mary Norton
#59. Oh," he said again and picked up two petals of cherry blossom which he folded together like a sandwich and ate slowly. "Supposing," he said, staring past her at the wall of the house, "you saw a little man, about as tall as a pencil, with a blue patch in his trousers, halfway up a window curtain, carrying a doll's tea cup-would you say it was a fairy?"
"No," said Arrietty, "I'd say it was my father."
"Oh," said the boy, thinking this out, "does your father have a blue patch on his trousers?"
"Not on his best trousers. He does on his borrowing ones."
'Oh," said the boy again. He seemed to find it a safe sound, as lawyers do. "Are there many people like you?"
"No," said Arrietty. "None. We're all different."
"I mean as small as you?"
Arrietty laughed. "Oh, don't be silly!" she said. "Surely you don't think there are many people in the world your size?"
"There are more my size than yours," he retorted.
"Honestly-" began Arrietty helplessly and laughed again. "Do you really think-I mean, whatever sort of a world would it be? Those great chairs . . . I've seen them. Fancy if you had to make chairs that size for everyone? And the stuff for their clothes . . . miles and miles of it . . . tents of it ... and the sewing! And their great houses, reaching up so you can hardly see the ceilings . . . their great beds ... the food they eat ... great, smoking mountains of it, huge bogs of stew and soup and stuff."
"Don't you eat soup?" aske #Quote by Mary Norton
Borrowing quotes by Henry Rollins
#60. In blues music, there's a lot of borrowing, so it's often difficult to identify the originator of a song. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Borrowing quotes by Sonny Bono
#61. Don't cling to fame. You're just borrowing it. It's like money. You're going to die, and somebody else is going to get it. #Quote by Sonny Bono
Borrowing quotes by Karl Marx
#62. Men make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past. The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living. And just as they seem to be occupied with revolutionizing themselves and things, creating something that did not exist before, precisely in such epochs of revolutionary crisis they anxiously conjure up the spirits of the past to their service, borrowing from them names, battle slogans, and costumes in order to present this new scene in world history in time-honored disguise and borrowed language. #Quote by Karl Marx
Borrowing quotes by Leonard Lance
#63. Sometimes, people forget my record of fiscal conservatism on major issues in the state legislature. The greatest example is my voting against the pension borrowing scheme in 1997. #Quote by Leonard Lance
Borrowing quotes by Henry Paulson
#64. When our markets work, people throughout our economy benefit - Americans seeking to buy a car or buy a home, families borrowing to pay for college, innovators borrowing on the strength of a good idea for a new product or technology, and businesses financing investments that create new jobs. #Quote by Henry Paulson
Borrowing quotes by Sarah Jessica Parker
#65. And if you are a parent, introduce your children to their neighborhood library. It will give them a real sense of independence to have their own library card and enjoy borrowing books. #Quote by Sarah Jessica Parker
Borrowing quotes by Richard Wagner
#66. Whether government finances its added spending by increasing taxes, by borrowing, or by inflating the currency, the added spending will be offset by reduced private spending. Furthermore, private spending is generally more efficient than the government spending that would replace it because people act more carefully when they spend their own money than when they spend other people's money. #Quote by Richard Wagner
Borrowing quotes by Raj Singh
#67. God has given you the same brain, so use your own in stead of borrowing ideas from somebody else. Think about and fathom the ideas before following them. #Quote by Raj Singh
Borrowing quotes by Jack Dangermond
#68. I am not that good a manager for me to be comfortable borrowing someone else's money. #Quote by Jack Dangermond
Borrowing quotes by Ernest Holmes
#69. Borrowing knowledge of reality from all sources, taking the best from every study, Science of Mind brings together the highest enlightenment of the ages. #Quote by Ernest Holmes
Borrowing quotes by Robin Benway
#70. Maya's eyes grew wide, and Grace finally saw the little-sister potential in her. She could imagine Maya toddling after her, annoying her, pulling her hair and borrowing her clothes without asking first. She didn't tell Maya about all the people she'd talked to on the phone, trying to follow a seventeen-year-old trail of bread crumbs that had mostly blown to the wind and taken Joaquin with them. She didn't mention that some people had been rude, others had been so helpful that it made Grace's heart hurt, that Joaquin's family tree seemed to have way too many scraggly branches and not enough roots, not the kind of roots you would need when the storm was strong. #Quote by Robin Benway
Borrowing quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#71. The surest way to ruin a man who doesn't know how to handle money is to give him some. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Borrowing quotes by Martin Mayer
#72. Except for the con men borrowing money they shouldn't get and the widows who have to visit with the handsome young men in the trust department, no sane person ever enjoyed visiting a bank. #Quote by Martin Mayer
Borrowing quotes by Oscar Wilde
#73. As for borrowing Mr. Whistler's ideas about art, the only thoroughly original ideas I have heard him express have had reference to his own superiority as a painter over painters greater than himself. #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Borrowing quotes by Paul Ryan
#74. If borrowing and spending all this money led to more jobs than we would be at full employment already. #Quote by Paul Ryan
Borrowing quotes by John James Cowperthwaite
#75. Deficit financing proper is rather the process whereby a Government spends more money that it withdraws from the economy by taxation, borrowing, running down reserves, etc.; thereby causing in most circumstances, and very acutely in ours, monetary inflation and severe pressure on the balance of payments. #Quote by John James Cowperthwaite
Borrowing quotes by Ronald Carter
#76. Old English poetry is characterised by a number of poetic tropes which enable a writer to describe things indirectly and which require a reader imaginatively to construct their meaning. The most widespread of these figurative descriptions are what are known as kennings. Kennings often occur in compounds: for example, hronrad (whale-road) or swanrad (swan- road) meaning 'the sea'; banhus (bone-house) meaning the 'human body'. Some kennings involve borrowing or inventing words; others appear to be chosen to meet the alliterative requirement of a poetic line, and as a result some kennings are difficult to decode, leading to disputes in critical interpretation. But kennings do allow more abstract concepts to be communicated by using more familiar words: for example, God is often described as moncynnes weard ('guardian of mankind'). #Quote by Ronald Carter
Borrowing quotes by Bill Viola
#77. I don't believe in originality in art. I think we exist on this earth to inspire each other, through our actions, through our deeds, and through who we are. We're always borrowing. #Quote by Bill Viola
Borrowing quotes by Henrik Ibsen
#78. Home life ceases to be free and beautiful as soon as it is founded on borrowing and debt. #Quote by Henrik Ibsen
Borrowing quotes by Margaret Kennedy
#79. Having renounced his native land, Sanger adopted no other. He roved about from one European capital to another, never settling anywhere for long, driven forwards by his strange, restless fancy. Usually he quartered himself upon his friends, who were accustomed to endure a great deal from him. He would stay with them for weeks, composing third acts in their spare bedrooms, producing operas which always failed financially, falling in love with their wives, conducting their symphonies, and borrowing money from hem. His preposterous family generally accompanied him. Few people could recollect quite how many children Sanger was supposed to have got, but there always seemed to be a good many and they were most shockingly brought up. #Quote by Margaret Kennedy
Borrowing quotes by Ally Carter
#80. I was trying to decide what to give you for Christmas."
Slowly, Kat slipped closer. "Oh yeah?"
"Yeah. I was thinking a jet. That way you could stop borrowing mine."
"Jets are nice," Kat said. "I also like candy. And I need socks."
"Okay." Hale gave her The Smile again "Jets. Candy. Socks. I'll make a note. #Quote by Ally Carter
Borrowing quotes by Ijeoma Oluo
#81. That doesn't seem fair on the surface, that we'd have to wait for a better world before we can start borrowing and adapting from other cultures with abandon. ... But what actually is not fair, is the expectation that a dominant culture can just take and enjoy and profit from the beauty and art and creation of an oppressed culture, without taking on any of the pain and oppression people of that culture had to survive while creating it. #Quote by Ijeoma Oluo
Borrowing quotes by Evan Davis
#82. It is no wonder that bank capital is regulated. When borrowing and lending is profitable, it is tempting for banks to scale up their operations and to borrow and lend too much in relation to their capital, in effect reducing the effectiveness of the potential capital cushion. #Quote by Evan Davis
Borrowing quotes by David Kennedy Kennedy
#83. crop. Gains from trade likewise accrue to those with the power to exclude. Conflict over those powers also takes legal form. When the legal entitlements people assert are confirmed in practice, the powers and vulnerabilities of people in struggle are defined. As conflict continues, law consolidates gains and losses, solidifying relations between winners and losers. Over time, patterns emerge and inequalities can be reproduced or deepened. I illuminate that process borrowing Gunnar Myrdal's analytic framework for understanding dualist dynamics between centers and peripheries. #Quote by David Kennedy Kennedy
Borrowing quotes by Dai Sijie
#84. In Chinese love stories the one who loves always starts by borrowing a book from the beloved. #Quote by Dai Sijie
Borrowing quotes by Tim Gunn
#85. Borrowing from cultures without understanding the fundamentals can yield some pretty weird and wholly illogical perversions. #Quote by Tim Gunn
Borrowing quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#86. It is difficult to begin without borrowing, but perhaps it is the most generous course thus to permit your fellow-men to have an interest in your enterprise. The owner of the axe, as he released his hold on it, said that it was the apple of his eye; but I returned it sharper than I received it. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Borrowing quotes by John Adams
#87. Borrowed eloquence, if it contains as good stuff, is as good as own eloquence #Quote by John Adams
Borrowing quotes by Diane Ackerman
#88. In Manhattan last month I heard a woman borrowing the jargon of junkies to say to another, 'Want to do some chocolate?' #Quote by Diane Ackerman
Borrowing quotes by Jay Leno
#89. Well, Harry Reid and other members of congress, they're just furious over this Olympic uniform deal. He says we should burn the uniforms, and it's an embarrassment and a disgrace. Not as embarrassing as congress constantly borrowing money from the Chinese, but still embarrassing. #Quote by Jay Leno
Borrowing quotes by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
#90. Why do we calculate our forces, and consult with flesh and blood to our grievous wounding? Jehovah has power enough without borrowing from our puny arm. #Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Borrowing quotes by Georg C. Lichtenberg
#91. Reading means borrowing. #Quote by Georg C. Lichtenberg
Borrowing quotes by Milton Friedman
#92. Higher government spending will not lead to more rapid monetary growth and inflation if additional spending is financed either by taxes or by borrowing from the public. In that case, government has more to spend, the public has less. Higher government spending is matched by lower private spending for consumption and investment. However, #Quote by Milton Friedman
Borrowing quotes by Warren Buffett
#93. I've seen more people fail because of liquor and leverage
leverage being borrowed money. You really don't need leverage in this world much. If you're smart, you're going to make a lot of money without borrowing. #Quote by Warren Buffett
Borrowing quotes by John Michael Greer
#94. The attitude that psychologists call inflation and the traditional lore of Cabalistic magic, borrowing a term from religion, calls spiritual pride is one of the most serious dangers of this work.

Those who enter the path of magic with too great an appetite for flattery or too strong a need for ego reinforcement will very likely find these things, but they are also rather too likely to find fanaticism, megalomania and mental breakdown along the same route. The thing has happened far too often in the history of magic in the West. #Quote by John Michael Greer
Borrowing quotes by H.L. Mencken
#95. I hope I need not confess that a large part of my stock in trade consists of platitudes rescued from the cobwebbed shelves of yesterday ... This borrowing and refurbishing of shop-worn goods, as a matter of fact, is the invariable habit of traders in ideas, at all times and everywhere. It is not, however, that all the conceivable human notions have been thought out; it is simply, to be quite honest, that the sort of men who volunteer to think out new ones seldom, if ever, have wind enough for a full day's work. #Quote by H.L. Mencken
Borrowing quotes by Darren Aronofsky
#96. I think the themes of The Fountain, about this endless cycle of energy and matter, tracing back to the Big Bang ... The Big Bang happened, and all this star matter turned into stars, and stars turned into planets, and planets turned into life. We're all just borrowing this matter and energy for a little bit, while we're here, until it goes back into everything else, and that connects us all. #Quote by Darren Aronofsky
Borrowing quotes by Donella Meadows
#97. The human world is a long way from meeting the needs of the present, and it is borrowing massively from the future - not only by piling up money debt, but also by degrading the resources from which all real wealth ultimately comes. #Quote by Donella Meadows
Borrowing quotes by Kore Yamazaki
#98. Has what you dread ever happened to you?"
"Then stop fearing that you might trip and tumble up into the sky. That's called "borrowing trouble."
- Nevin #Quote by Kore Yamazaki
Borrowing quotes by Hsu Yun
#99. Saints and ordinary folks are the same from the start. Inquiring about a difference is like asking to borrow string when you've got a good strong rope. Every Dharma is known in the heart. #Quote by Hsu Yun
Borrowing quotes by Rand Paul
#100. We do not project power from bankruptcy court. We're borrowing a million dollars a minute. It's got to stop somewhere. #Quote by Rand Paul
Borrowing quotes by Anonymous
#101. SOAP is like a mortgage while REST is like borrowing $10 from a friend. #Quote by Anonymous
Borrowing quotes by Anuj
#102. It's always going to be easy to live like others or other's life, because creating or innovating something of own is always difficult in comparison to buying or borrowing anything from others. #Quote by Anuj
Borrowing quotes by Stanley Druckenmiller
#103. If you're running a business for the long term, the last thing you should be doing is borrowing money to buy back stock. #Quote by Stanley Druckenmiller
Borrowing quotes by Kim Harrison
#104. Witches married outside their species all the time, especially before the Turn. There were perfectly acceptable options: adoption, artificial insemination, borrowing your best friend's boyfriend for a night. Issues of what was morally right and wrong tended not to matter when you found yourself in love with a man you couldn't tell you weren't human. It sort of went with the whole hiding-among-humans-for-the-last-five-thousand-years thing. #Quote by Kim Harrison
Borrowing quotes by Wright Patman
#105. I have never yet had anyone who could, through the use of logic and reason, justify the Federal Government borrowing the use of its own money ... I believe the time will come when people will demand that this be changed. I believe the time will come in this country when they will actually blame you and me and everyone else connected with the Congress for sitting idly by and permitting such an idiotic system to continue. #Quote by Wright Patman
Borrowing quotes by Emily St. John Mandel
#106. The house is silent now and she feels like a stranger here. "This life was never ours," she whispers to the dog, who has been following her from room to room, and Luli wags her tail and stares at Miranda with wet brown eyes. "We were only ever borrowing it. #Quote by Emily St. John Mandel
Borrowing quotes by Mark Steyn
#107. How do you 'invest in the future'? By borrowing $188 million every hour. That's what the Government of the United States is doing. It's spending one-fifth of a billion dollars it doesn't have every hour of every day of every week - all for your future! #Quote by Mark Steyn
Borrowing quotes by Susan Orlean
#108. We were very much a reading family, but we were a borrow-a-book-from-the-library family more than a bookshelves-full-of-books family. My parents valued books, but the grew up in the Depression, aware of the quicksilver nature of money, and they learned the hard way that you shouldn't buy what you could borrow. Because of that frugality, or perhaps independent of it, they also believed that you read a book for the experience of reading it. #Quote by Susan Orlean
Borrowing quotes by Frank Beddor
#109. The black, hungry roses that Redd sent snaking towards the princess were easily squashed, the orbs and and unmanned, airborne blades of effortlessly waved off, and the spears of black energy (Alyss was flattered, her aunt borrowing this idea from her) pinned motionless to the air by Alyss's own white spears with no trouble. #Quote by Frank Beddor
Borrowing quotes by Sendhil Mullainathan
#110. The present presses automatically on you. The future does not. To attend to the future requires bandwidth, which scarcity taxes. When scarcity taxes our bandwidth, we become even more focused on the here and now. We need cognitive resources to gauge future needs, and we need executive control to resist present temptations. As it taxes our bandwidth, scarcity focuses on the present, and leads us to borrow. #Quote by Sendhil Mullainathan
Borrowing quotes by Johann Kaspar Lavater
#111. It is a poor wit who lives by borrowing the words, decisions, mien, inventions and actions of others. #Quote by Johann Kaspar Lavater
Borrowing quotes by Karina Halle
#112. My idea of vacuuming is borrowing someone's dog for the day and having them eat all the crap off the floor. #Quote by Karina Halle
Borrowing quotes by Marriner Stoddard Eccles
#113. As mass production has to be accompanied by mass consumption, mass consumption, in turn, implies a distribution of wealth ... to provide men with buying power ... Instead of achieving that kind of distribution, a giant suction pump had by 1929-30 drawn into a few hands an increasing portion of currently produced wealth ... The other fellows could stay in the game only by borrowing. When their credit ran out, the game stopped. #Quote by Marriner Stoddard Eccles
Borrowing quotes by Thomas Frank
#114. Public borrowing is costly these days, true, but interest rates on municipal bonds are still considerably lower than those borne by corporate debt. #Quote by Thomas Frank
Borrowing quotes by Alan Greenspan
#115. Chinese productivity is the highest in the world but the way they do it is by borrowing the technology from abroad, either by joint ventures or other means. #Quote by Alan Greenspan
Borrowing quotes by Karen Kingsbury
#116. Nothing could be gained by worrying and dreading the future, borrowing tomorrow's pain for today. #Quote by Karen Kingsbury
Borrowing quotes by Derek Landy
#117. Aurora sagged. "Why is it," she asked, "that every time I'm with you two we end up stealing something big?"
"We always return it," Donegan said, a little defensively. "Maybe not always in one piece or necessarily to the right person but return it we do, and so it is not stealing, it is merely borrowing."
Gracious looked at him. "It's a little bit stealing."
"Anyone who leaves a private jet just lying around deserves to have it stolen."
"It wasn't lying around," said Gracious. "It was locked up tight. It took us an hour to dismantle the security system and get inside."
Donegan looked at him. "You're not helping. #Quote by Derek Landy
Borrowing quotes by Ann Leckie
#118. After about fourth grade, I do remember borrowing my mother's old portable Olivetti and typing stories out on the back of photocopies of journal articles. #Quote by Ann Leckie
Borrowing quotes by Paul Ryan
#119. Borrowing and spending is not the way to prosperity. #Quote by Paul Ryan
Borrowing quotes by Rand Paul
#120. We are borrowing $40,000 per second. #Quote by Rand Paul
Borrowing quotes by Caprice Crane
#121. Know the hazards of lending and borrowing with friends. #Quote by Caprice Crane
Borrowing quotes by Ruth Ozeki
#122. The ancient Greeks believed that when you read aloud, it was actually the dead, borrowing your tongue, in order to speak again. #Quote by Ruth Ozeki
Borrowing quotes by William Joyce
#123. I would gladly say 'Heil Hitler!' and at once part company with him, realizing what a pitiable insult it is to such a great man to try to flatter him with such an imitation which he has always disdained. His way is for Germany, ours is for Britain; let us tread our paths with mutual respect, which is rarely increased by borrowing. #Quote by William Joyce
Borrowing quotes by Mark Udall
#124. I haven't inherited the earth from my parents, I am borrowing it from my children. #Quote by Mark Udall
Borrowing quotes by Simon Cowell
#125. Whether they run a record company or a grocery store, every boss will tell you you're in big trouble if you're borrowing more than you can ever afford to pay back. Delaying the pain for future generations is suicidal. We've got to start getting the deficit down right now, not next year. #Quote by Simon Cowell
Borrowing quotes by Ray Bradbury
#126. Ideas excite me, and as soon as I get excited, the adrenaline gets going and the next thing I know I'm borrowing energy from the ideas themselves. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Borrowing quotes by Neil Gaiman
#127. [D]on't ever apologise to an author for buying something in paperback, or taking it out from a library (that's what they're there for. Use your library). Don't apologise to this author for buying books second hand, or getting them from bookcrossing or borrowing a friend's copy. What's important to me is that people read the books and enjoy them, and that, at some point in there, the book was bought by someone. And that people who like things, tell other people. The most important thing is that people read ... #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Borrowing quotes by Jarod Kintz
#128. Borrowing from Pythagoras, I've worked out the equation to a love triangle: A2 + B2 = C other people. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Borrowing quotes by Robert Kuttner
#129. The combination of these two trends - declining real wages and inflated asset prices - led the American middle class to use debt as a substitute of income. People lacked adequate earnings but felt wealthier. A generation of Americans grew accustomed to borrowing against their homes to finance consumption, and banks were more than happy to be their enablers. In my generation, second mortgages were considered highly risky for homeowners. The financial industry re-branded them as home equity loans, and they became ubiquitous. Third mortgages, even riskier, were marketed as 'home equity lines of credit. #Quote by Robert Kuttner
Borrowing quotes by Theresa May
#130. If, before 2020, there is a choice between further spending cuts, more borrowing and tax rises, the priority must be to avoid tax increases. They would disrupt consumption, employment and investment. #Quote by Theresa May
Borrowing quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#131. Government spending cannot create additional jobs. If the government provides the funds required (think stimulus) by taxing the citizens or by borrowing from the public, it abolishes on the one hand as many jobs as it creates on the other. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
Borrowing quotes by Tony Blair
#132. If we want to contrast what we have done in the past few years on delivery with what the right hon. and learned Gentleman delivered, let us remember the interest rates at 10 per cent. to 15 per cent., the 1.5 million fewer people in work, the boom and the bust and the borrowing at 8 per cent. #Quote by Tony Blair
Borrowing quotes by Warren Buffett
#133. You really don't need leverage in this world much. If you're smart, you're going to make a lot of money without borrowing. I've never borrowed a significant amount of money in my life. Never. Never will. I've got no interest in it. The other reason is I never thought I would be way happier when I had 2X instead of X. You ought to have a good time all the time as you go along. #Quote by Warren Buffett
Borrowing quotes by Ta-Nehisi Coates
#134. Enslavement was not merely the antiseptic borrowing of labor -- it is not so easy to get a human being to commit their body against its own elemental interest. And so enslavement must be casual wrath and random manglings, the gashing of heads and brains blown out over the river as the body seeks to escape. It must be rape so regular as to be industrial. #Quote by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Borrowing quotes by Joanna Faber
#135. When you have a problem with an adult - say, for example, you have a friend who's always borrowing things and returning them late or broken or not at all - you probably don't think about how you can punish that person. You think about how to respectfully protect yourself. You don't say, "Now that you've given me back my jacket with a stain on it, and broken the side mirror off my car, I'm going to . . . slap you." That would be assault. Or ". . . lock you in your room for an hour." That would be imprisonment. Or ". . . take away your smart phone." That would be theft. You'd probably say something like, "I don't feel comfortable lending you clothes anymore. I get very upset when they come back damaged. And, I can't lend you my car, which I just got repaired. I need to have it in working condition. In fact, I'd appreciate some help with the repair bill! #Quote by Joanna Faber
Borrowing quotes by Amber Le Bon
#136. I love Forever 21. A friend of mine introduced it to me when I was in New York. I was borrowing a dress and said, 'Where's that from?' and she said, 'Oh, it's Forever 21,' and I said, 'What, I've never heard of that!' and she said, 'Oh it's this American brand,' and I thought, 'Why doesn't England have that; why doesn't Europe have one?' #Quote by Amber Le Bon
Borrowing quotes by Doug
#137. Interpreters package and then sell, rent, or impose upon us artificially flavored illusions of truth, salvation, enlightenment, and happiness that are built upon their goals. That twisted information and those errant goals and are often very different from those of the original teachers that these interpreters are borrowing moral authority from. Following our own inner guidance would yield better results than following the village idiot. Neither Buddha nor Jesus was waiting for a Buddha or a Jesus to come solve their personal problems or those of humanity. The key to whatever we need is within us. The job of uncovering it is ours to do. #Quote by Doug "Ten" Rose
Borrowing quotes by Robert Leckie
#138. Our muddy machine gun pits were transformed into Courage Clubs when bombs fell or Japanese warships pounded us from the sea. There was protocol to be observed, too, and it was natural that the poor fellow who might break into momentary terror should cause pained silence and embarrassed coughs. Everyone looked the other way, like millionaires confronted by the horrifying sight of a club member borrowing five dollars from the waiter. #Quote by Robert Leckie
Borrowing quotes by Mary Doria Russell
#139. Guess - You know how people say, Don't borrow trouble? Well," said Morgan, "I guess it's the opposite of that. Doc is borrowing happiness." The #Quote by Mary Doria Russell
Borrowing quotes by Isaac Asimov
#140. We mythologists know very well that myths and legends contain borrowings, moral lessons, nature cycles, and a hundred other distorting influences, and we labor to cut them away and get to what might be a kernel of truth. In fact, these same techniques must be applied to the most sober histories, for no one writes the clear and apparent truth - if such a thing can even be said to exist. #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Borrowing quotes by Conan O'Brien
#141. Mexico is offering a $3.8 million reward for information leading to the capture of the escaped billionaire drug lord, El Chapo. Mexico said they'll get the money by borrowing it from El Chapo. #Quote by Conan O'Brien
Borrowing quotes by J.G. Holland
#142. The temple of art is built of words. Painting and sculpture and music are but the blazon of its windows, borrowing all their significance from the light, and suggestive only of the temple's uses. #Quote by J.G. Holland
Borrowing quotes by Henry Fielding
#143. Some virtuous women are too liberal in their insults to a frail sister; but virtue can support itself without borrowing any assistance from the vices of other women. #Quote by Henry Fielding
Borrowing quotes by Ronald Reagan
#144. For decades, we have piled deficit upon deficit, mortgaging our future and our children's future for the temporary convenience of the present. To continue this long trend is to guarantee tremendous social, cultural, political, and economic upheavals. You and I, as individuals, can, by borrowing, live beyond our means, but for only a limited period of time. Why, then, should we think that collectively, as a nation, we are not bound by that same limitation? #Quote by Ronald Reagan
Borrowing quotes by Dwight D. Eisenhower
#145. The other day Aks and I went up to your ranch for a day's fishing. I cannot remember any day when we have had more fun on a stream. We had along with us three newspaper men and a few secret service people, many of whom had never seen a trout stream, so we did the thing up right by borrowing frying pans, bacon and corn meal from the wife of your rancher - and we cooked an outdoor meal for the crowd. It was really quite a day. #Quote by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Borrowing quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#146. Big banks are more dangerous than standing armies, and the practice of borrowing and spending money to be paid back by the next generation is stealing from their future. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Borrowing quotes by Jack Dangermond
#147. My parents had no money, but they had strong values that I've carried throughout my life - things like not going into debt, never borrowing money, never leveraging, paying your bills on time, keeping your agreements, selling customers the right things, treating employees right, and growing things. #Quote by Jack Dangermond
Borrowing quotes by Manoj Arora
#148. Never invest in stocks with borrowed money or a faint heart. Both are fatal #Quote by Manoj Arora
Borrowing quotes by Hiroshi Sugimoto
#149. [I'm concerned with] aesthetics and this idea of how the passage between life and death goes. I can visually present that by borrowing this Buddhist statue. #Quote by Hiroshi Sugimoto
Borrowing quotes by Mark Romagna
#150. Don't ask to borrow unless you intend to repay them. #Quote by Mark Romagna
Borrowing quotes by Louis Ck
#151. Some people try to do something noble with their bodies: they try to have their bodies have some use after they're dead, which I think is a good thought. You're only borrowing your body. You're only borrowing everything. If your body's worth anything when you're done with it you should pass it on, that's something I really believe.

I mean, ok I'm not gonna do it, because I don't want - ewww! No! It's mine!

: I have a lot of beliefs, and I live by none of em. That's just the way I am. They're just my beliefs; I just like believing them. I like that part! They're my little believies, they make me feel good about who I am! But if they get in the way of a thing I want, or I want to jack off or something... #Quote by Louis Ck
Borrowing quotes by Arlie Russell Hochschild
#152. Corporate engineers have looked at how women are with each other, borrowing the best tips from female neighborhood culture and then transporting them back into the bosom of capitalism. They've feminized capitalism. #Quote by Arlie Russell Hochschild
Borrowing quotes by Janice Gray
#153. When we write memoir we are re-creating, sorting through the layer of remembering, to put form and shape to our experience through language. By borrowing from the techniques of fiction and poetry, we are able to make the events of our past come alive, creating detailed pictures of time and place and portraits of the people who have come and gone in our lives. We use scene and dialogue, challenging ourselves to recall how someone talked, what they said (or more accurately, what we remember that they said) and how we felt when moving among the people and events of our past. #Quote by Janice Gray
Borrowing quotes by Kenneth L. Fisher
#154. Sure enough, America was shocked by Babson's words: "More people are borrowing and speculating today than ever in our history. Sooner or later a crash is coming which will take in the leading stocks and cause a decline of from 60 to 80 points in the Dow Jones barometer. Wise are those investors who get out of debt and reef their sails. #Quote by Kenneth L. Fisher
Borrowing quotes by Alexander Hamilton
#155. For, when the credit of a country is in any degree questionable, it never fails to give on extravagant premium, in one shape or another, upon all the loans it has occasion to make. Nor does the evil end here; the same disadvantage must be sustained upon whatever is to be bought on terms of future payment. From this constant necessity of borrowing and buying dear, it is easy to conceive how immensely the expenses of a nation, in a course of time, will be augmented by an unsound state of the public credit. #Quote by Alexander Hamilton
Borrowing quotes by Cassandra Clare
#156. Tessa Herondale Carstairs," he whispered. "You should never worry about borrowing my name when you know that you can have it to keep. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Borrowing quotes by David B Garner
#157. Borrowing Hans Burger's clever introduction to his expansive treatment of union with Christ, "To be or not to be - in Christ - that is the question. #Quote by David B Garner
Borrowing quotes by John T. Flynn
#158. When the fountains of government [borrowing] abundance began to dry up, when through lack of funds and the impossibility of negotiating fresh loans the state was forced to check the extension of bureaucracy and to put a stop to public works, then and then only did the Italians realize what it meant to have allowed themselves to be made one of the most heavily taxed nations in the world. #Quote by John T. Flynn
Borrowing quotes by Laurie Simmons
#159. I was aware that people thought a certain type of photo work was either stealing, borrowing, copying or dumb. #Quote by Laurie Simmons
Borrowing quotes by Cindy Sheehan
#160. The American electorate are getting disgusted with weaklings who blow where the wind takes them while frittering away our precious lifeblood and borrowing money from our new owners, the Chinese. #Quote by Cindy Sheehan
Borrowing quotes by J.D. Salinger
#161. One of the few things left in the world, aside from the world itself, that sadden me every day is an awareness that you get upset if Boo Boo or Walt tells you you're saying something that sounds like me. You sort of take it as an accusation of piracy, a little slam at your individuality. Is it so bad that we sometimes sound like each other? The membrane is so thin between us. Is it so important for us to keep in mind which is whose ... For us, doesn't each of our individualities begin right at the point where we own up to our extremely close connections and accept the inevitability of borrowing one another's jokes, talents, idiocies? #Quote by J.D. Salinger
Borrowing quotes by John Redwood
#162. The Prime Minister in the UK thinks spending and borrowing more is the right thing to do in the circumstances, and is busily trying to bail out chunks of the private sector which would otherwise have to adjust more quickly to the painful reality that we have been living beyond our means. #Quote by John Redwood
Borrowing quotes by Jean Chatzky
#163. Generally, there are three rules when it comes to borrowing money: You need to have good credit, proof of income and cash for a down payment. Most people have the first two, but it's the third that trips them up. And nowhere does that come into play more than the mortgage market. #Quote by Jean Chatzky
Borrowing quotes by Jose Ramos-Horta
#164. We do have some assistance from the World Bank but not from the IMF. We are not borrowing yet, but we are considering, in the future, borrowing from the Kuwait Fund to support our infrastructure development. #Quote by Jose Ramos-Horta
Borrowing quotes by Charlie Munger
#165. Obviously, consideration of costs is key, including opportunity costs. Of course capital isn't free. It's easy to figure out your cost of borrowing, but theorists went bonkers on the cost of equity capital. They say that if you're generating a 100% return on capital, then you shouldn't invest in something that generates an 80% return on capital. It's crazy. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Borrowing quotes by Tom Allen
#166. These kids understood what is not immediately obvious; that they were going to pay the bills for tax cuts that had been passed today or in the last 4 years, and for the war in Iraq, because essentially we are borrowing money to do those things. #Quote by Tom Allen
Borrowing quotes by Brad Schneider
#167. I would borrow money all day long, if the cost of borrowing is less than the expected return. #Quote by Brad Schneider
Borrowing quotes by John Podhoretz
#168. The problem is that borrowing money to pay back more borrowed money that will oblige you in the future to borrow even more money doesn't sound kosher. Because it isn't. #Quote by John Podhoretz
Borrowing quotes by Joel Ponzio
#169. The success of a business hinges entirely on its ability to generate cash. If a business cannot generate enough cash to grow, or at least sustain its operations, it has to save its behind by borrowing money, selling more stock, or shedding assets - none of which are good for investors. #Quote by Joel Ponzio
Borrowing quotes by Robyn Schneider
#170. It's like . . . I'm paranoid about people borrowing my laptop because I'm convinced they'll find some secret document on there that would make the whole world think I'm a terrible person - something I don't even remember writing. And it doesn't matter that there's no document like that. I'm still terrified, you know? #Quote by Robyn Schneider
Borrowing quotes by John Leslie Mackie
#171. The argument from design, therefore, can be sustained only with the help of a supposedly a priori double-barrelled principle, that mental order (at least in a god) is self-explanatory, but that all material order not only is not self-explanatory, but is positively improbable and in need of further explanation...this double-barrelled principle is recognizable as the core of the cosmological argument...The argument will not take us even as far as Kant seems to allow without borrowing the a priori thesis that there is a vicious metaphysical contingency in all natural things, and, in contrast with this, the 'transcendental' concept of a god who is self-explanatory and necessarily existent. It is only with the help of these borrowings that the design argument can introduce the required asymmetry, that any natural explanation uses data which call for further explanation, but that the theistic explanation terminates the regress. Without this asymmetry, the design argument cannot show that there is any need to go beyond the sort of hypothesis that Hume foreshadowed and that Wallace and Darwin supplied... The dependence of the argument for design on the ideas that are the core of the cosmological one is greater than Kant realized. #Quote by John Leslie Mackie
Borrowing quotes by Arne Duncan
#172. Borrowing to pay for college used to be the exception; now it's the rule. #Quote by Arne Duncan
Borrowing quotes by Juvenal
#173. Seek not to shine by borrow'd lights alone. #Quote by Juvenal
Borrowing quotes by Tom Golisano
#174. I love New York. But how much should it cost to call New York home? Decades of out-of-control budgets, spending hikes, and relentless borrowing have made New York simply too expensive. #Quote by Tom Golisano
Borrowing quotes by Ronald Reagan
#175. We must act today in order to preserve tomorrow #Quote by Ronald Reagan
Borrowing quotes by John Lanchester
#176. Mortgage The word literally means "dead pledge," and if it were called that maybe more people would think twice about getting one. It is a classic example of a financial entity that would scare people off if they thought more clearly about what it is: a highly leveraged form of long-term borrowing with regular demands for cash payment against an illiquid asset that is known to be even more illiquid in difficult times. #Quote by John Lanchester
Borrowing quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#177. Now that is the wisdom of a man, in every instance of his labor, to hitch his wagon to a star, and see his chore done by the gods themselves. That is the way we are strong, by borrowing the might of the elements. The forces of steam, gravity, galvanism, light, magnets, wind, fire, serve us day by day and cost us nothing. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Borrowing quotes by Ray Bradbury
#178. Let us remain childlike and not childish in our 20-20 vision, borrowing such telescopes, rockets, or magic carpets as may be needed to hurry us along to miracles of physics as well as dream. #Quote by Ray Bradbury
Borrowing quotes by Aleksandr Voinov
#179. You really do love him, don't you?" she said quietly.
Vadim blinked, then looked to the side, without seeing colours and patterns, but it helped him find words. Speaking about love without cliché, without borrowing somebody else's well-worn words that were too comfortable. "Dan changed me in ways that stripped away the man I wanted to be, and the man I was made to be, and the man I was expected to be. He skinned me alive, and left only…..somebody who…." He breathed but barely. "…can live and die now, like a human being, not an automation, not somebody else's creation. Dan took my fear of death. I can't die now. I know I'm immortal."

"Immortal?" she said quietly, sitting still. "Your soul? Your being?"

"I don't believe there's anything like a soul. But I believe most people are asleep. They aren't even aware what they are, or that they are alive. And we are all scared to die, so when it happens we scream for our mothers and clutch our guts because we're scared. I'm not. I'm not afraid of death. The only thing I'm afraid of is losing Dan." But if that happens, he thought, Dan might just keep the promise and kill him on the way out. #Quote by Aleksandr Voinov
Borrowing quotes by John Wilmot
#180. It is a very good world to live in, To lend or to spend, or to live in; but to beg or to borrow, or to get a man's own, It is the very worst world that ever was known. #Quote by John Wilmot
Borrowing quotes by Thomas Tusser
#181. Who goes a-borrowing goes a-sorrowing. #Quote by Thomas Tusser
Borrowing quotes by Darin Strauss
#182. If the memoirist is borrowing narrative techniques from fiction, shouldn't the novelist borrow a few tricks from successful non-fiction? #Quote by Darin Strauss
Borrowing quotes by Jessica Nigri
#183. When you drink alcohol you are just borrowing happiness from tomorrow. #Quote by Jessica Nigri
Borrowing quotes by Rex Stout
#184. Nature has arranged that when you overcome a given inertia the resulting momentum is proportionate. If I were to begin borrowing money I would end by devising means of persuading the Secretary of the Treasury to lend me the gold reserve. #Quote by Rex Stout
Borrowing quotes by Gabriel Schoenfeld
#185. American Black Chamber, borrowing the name from the sixteenth-century cabinet noir, the secret letter-opening and resealing facility of King Henry IV of France. #Quote by Gabriel Schoenfeld
Borrowing quotes by Charles Alexandre De Calonne
#186. I shall easily show that it is impossible to tax further, ruinous to be always borrowing and not enough to confine ourselves to measures of economy. #Quote by Charles Alexandre De Calonne
Borrowing quotes by Michael Bloomberg
#187. Well, you have the public not wanting any new spending, you have the Republicans not wanting any new taxes, you have the Democrats not wanting any new spending cuts, you have the markets not wanting any new borrowing, and you have the economists wanting all of the above. And that leads to paralysis. #Quote by Michael Bloomberg
Borrowing quotes by Will Rogers
#188. Our whole Depression was brought on by gambling, not in the stock market alone but in expanding and borrowing and going in debt ... all just to make some easy money quick. #Quote by Will Rogers
Borrowing quotes by John C. Calhoun
#189. It is admitted on all sides that we must equalize the revenue and expenditures. The scheme of borrowing to make up an increasing deficit must, in the end, if continued, prove ruinous. #Quote by John C. Calhoun
Borrowing quotes by Isaac D'Israeli
#190. Great collections of books are subject to certain accidents besides the damp, the worms, and the rats; one not less common is that of the borrowers, not to say a word of the purloiners #Quote by Isaac D'Israeli
Borrowing quotes by Isabella Rossellini
#191. The red carpet has become like a parallel business. The next day, there are TV programmes, and magazines, and it's all, 'Do you like the dress or not like the dress?' and 'Did she look fat?' To keep borrowing dresses and jewellery is like a full-time job. And you have to be a fantasy, which you can never be, so you always feel depressed. #Quote by Isabella Rossellini
Borrowing quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#192. Creditors have better memories than debtors. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Borrowing quotes by Randy Allen Harris
#193. Other approaches to studying language, and there are many, go by names like poetics, philology, and rhetoric, but as long as we have had the word in English, linguistics has been associated with the methods, goals, and results of science.1 When William Whewell (who is also responsible for the coinage, scientist) first proposed the term, it was in his History of the Inductive Sciences (1837.1:cxiv; he was borrowing it from the Germans, who, Teutonically
enough, later came to prefer Sprachwissenschaft). #Quote by Randy Allen Harris
Borrowing quotes by Alan Bennett
#194. What people want to read often seems incongruous. A pair of biker-types taking away Thoughts of the Dalai Lama. People without access to instruments requesting sheet music. Aspiring poets sharing their work and then borrowing horror stories. #Quote by Alan Bennett
Borrowing quotes by Tom Walsh
#195. It is well said that we're just borrowing this planet from our children - and what kind of condition are we going to return it in when we pass on? #Quote by Tom Walsh
Borrowing quotes by Michael Lewis
#196. Many thrifts layered a billion dollars of brand-new loans on top of their existing, disastrous hundred million dollars of old loss-making loans, in a hope that the new would offset the old. Each new purchase of mortgage bonds (which was identical to making a loan) was like the last act of a desperate man. The strategy was wildly irresponsible, for the fundamental problem (borrowing short term and lending long term) hadn't been remedied. The hypergrowth only meant that the next thrift crisis would be larger. But the thrift managers were not thinking that far in advance. They were simply trying to keep the door to the shop open. That explains why thrifts continued to buy mortgage bonds even as they sold their loans. #Quote by Michael Lewis
Borrowing quotes by Abraham Lincoln
#197. As an individual who undertakes to live by borrowing, soon finds his original means devoured by interest, and next no one left to borrow from - so must it be with a government. #Quote by Abraham Lincoln
Borrowing quotes by Josh Billings
#198. You should always live within your income, even if you have to borrow to do so. #Quote by Josh Billings
Borrowing quotes by Daniel Handler
#199. But before, not so long ago - my own rose from prom still OK on the mirror, dried but not a corpse - you were just Ed Slaterton, jocky hero, handsome in the student newspaper and star of a million strands of gossip. Now Annette was a person to me, standing right there, and not just an oh-my-God-have-you-heard, and I tried to put it together in my head, the print and the negative, the boyfriend and the celebrity shadow, like Theodora Sire sat next to me in history, borrowing pencils, but was still a movie star above my bed. Because as you came out of the dark to me, you were the boy I was kissing and wanted to kiss more, back to find me at a party like anybody might do, but you were Ed Slaterton too, and not the cad you are now, but just Ed Slaterton, co-captain, with a beer in your hand and Jillian Beach on your arm. #Quote by Daniel Handler
Borrowing quotes by Benny Blanco
#200. Here's the thing ... when people start making music, they start borrowing styles from other people, because that's what you do. You start by recreating hip-hop beats you've heard from other people, or you start mimicking other people, or you're just listening to stuff. #Quote by Benny Blanco

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