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Broidy Affair quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#1. A love that is based on the goodness of those whom you love is a mercenary affair. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Broidy Affair quotes by Trevor Carss
#2. Marketing is the marriage of business and creativity. The relationship is enhanced by the occasional affair with science. #Quote by Trevor Carss
Broidy Affair quotes by Argus Hamilton
#3. Anne Marie Smith flew to Washington to tell prosecutors about Gary Condit's attempt to get her to deny their affair. It looks bad. If it's found he lied about the intern and the mistresses, he could get 4-8 years in the White House. #Quote by Argus Hamilton
Broidy Affair quotes by Thomas Szasz
#4. Competence in heterosexuality, or at least the appearance or pretense of such competence, is as much a public affair as a privateone. Thus, going steady is a high school diploma in heterosexuality; engagement a BA; marriage an MA; and children a Ph.D. #Quote by Thomas Szasz
Broidy Affair quotes by Aulus Persius Flaccus
#5. Learn whom God has ordered you to be, and in what part of human affairs you have been placed. #Quote by Aulus Persius Flaccus
Broidy Affair quotes by Alexander Pope
#6. I was not born for courts and great affairs, but I pay my debts, believe and say my prayers. #Quote by Alexander Pope
Broidy Affair quotes by Eric Hoffer
#7. In human affairs every solution serves only to sharpen the problem, to show us more clearly what we are up against. There are no final solutions. #Quote by Eric Hoffer
Broidy Affair quotes by Hannah Arendt
#8. Exasperation with the threefold frustration of action
the unpredictability of its outcome, the irreversibility of the process, and the anonymity of its authors
is almost as old as recorded history. It has always been a great temptation, for men of action no less than for men of thought, to find a substitute for action in the hope that the realm of human affairs may escape the haphazardness and moral irresponsibility inherent in a plurality of agents. #Quote by Hannah Arendt
Broidy Affair quotes by Amy Hempel
#9. A love affair begins with a fantasy. For instance, that the beloved will always be there. #Quote by Amy Hempel
Broidy Affair quotes by Dwight D. Eisenhower
#10. There is
in world affairs
a steady course to be followed between an assertion of strength that is truculent and a confession of helplessness that is cowardly. #Quote by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Broidy Affair quotes by Lewis Thomas
#11. On any Tuesday morning, if asked, a good working scientist will tell you with some self-satisfaction that the affairs of his field are nicely in order, that things are finally looking clear and making sense, and all is well. But come back again on another Tuesday, and the roof may have just fallen in on his life's work. #Quote by Lewis Thomas
Broidy Affair quotes by J.R.R. Tolkien
#12. Mr. Baggins was still officially their expert burglar and investigator. If he liked to risk a light, that was his affair. They would wait in the tunnel for his report. #Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien
Broidy Affair quotes by Michael Atherton
#13. The archives recall not one single incriminating incident, not one drunken escapade, not one reported affair, not one spat with a team-mate or reporter - As Matthew Parris wondered of Barack Obama in these pages recently, is he human? #Quote by Michael Atherton
Broidy Affair quotes by Guy De Maupassant
#14. The fact was that despite himself, without knowing why or how it had happened and very much against his better judgement, he had fallen hopelessly in love. He had fallen as if into some deep and muddy hole. By nature he was a delicate and sensitive soul. He had had ideals and dreamed of an exquisite and passionate affair. And now he had fallen for this little cricket of a creature. She was as stupid as every other woman and not even pretty to make up for it. Skinny and foul-tempered, she had taken possession of him entirely from tip to toe, body and soul. He had fallen under the omnipotent and mysterious spell of the female. He was overwhelmed by this colossal force of unknown origin, the demon in the flesh capable of hurling the most rational man in the world at the feet of a worthless harlot. There was no way he could explain its fatal and total power. #Quote by Guy De Maupassant
Broidy Affair quotes by John Dewey
#15. Education is not an affair of 'telling' and being told, but an active and constructive process. #Quote by John Dewey
Broidy Affair quotes by Harun Yahya
#16. Today, the relativity of time is a proven scientific fact. This was
revealed by Einstein's theory of relativity during the early part of the
20th century. Until then, it was not known that time was relative, nor
that it could change according to the circumstances. Yet, the renowned
scientist Albert Einstein proved this fact by discovering the theory of
relativity. He showed that time is dependent on mass and velocity.
However, the Qur'an had already included information about
time's being relative! Some verses about the subject read:
… A day with your Lord is equivalent to a thousand years in the way
you count. (Qur'an, 22:47)
He directs the whole affair from heaven to Earth. Then it will again
ascend to Him on a day whose length is a thousand years by the way you
measure. (Qur'an, 32:5)
The angels and the spirit ascend to Him in a day whose length is fifty
thousand years. (Qur'an, 70:4)
The fact that the relativity of
time is so definitely mentioned
in the Qur'an,
which began to be
revealed in 610,
is more evidence
that it
is a divine
book. #Quote by Harun Yahya
Broidy Affair quotes by Ambrose Bierce
#17. Peace in international affairs: a period of cheating between periods of fighting #Quote by Ambrose Bierce
Broidy Affair quotes by David Bowie
#18. It's a god-awful small affair
To the girl with the mousy hair
But her mummy is yelling, "No!"
And her daddy has told her to go
But her friend is nowhere to be seen
Now she walks through her sunken dream
To the seat with the clearest view
And she's hooked to the silver screen #Quote by David Bowie
Broidy Affair quotes by Lewis B. Smedes
#19. Forgiving is an affair strictly between a victim and a victimizer. Everyone else should step aside ... The worst wounds I ever felt were the ones people gave to my children. Wrong my kids, you wrong me. And my hurt qualifies me to forgive you. But only for the pain you caused me when you wounded them. My children alone are qualified to forgive you for what you did to them. #Quote by Lewis B. Smedes
Broidy Affair quotes by Sandra Brown
#20. An affair? Jeff?"
"You think it's beyond him?"
"No, I just can't imagine him working up enough emotion or blood flow to get hard. #Quote by Sandra Brown
Broidy Affair quotes by Jonathan Edwards
#21. And thus is the affair of our redemption ordered, that thereby we are brought to an immensely more exalted kind of union with God, and enjoyment of him, both the Father and the Son, than otherwise could have been. For Christ being united to the human nature, we have advantage for a more free and full enjoyment of him, than we could have had if he had remained only in the divine nature. So again, we being united to a divine person, as his members, can have a more intimate union and intercourse with God the Father, who is only in the divine nature, than otherwise could be. Christ who is a divine person, by taking on him our nature, descends from the infinite distance and height above us, and is brought nigh to us; whereby we have advantage for the full enjoyment of him. And, on the other hand, we, by being in Christ a divine person, do as it were ascend up to God, through the infinite distance, and have hereby advantage for the full enjoyment of him also. #Quote by Jonathan Edwards
Broidy Affair quotes by Jaroslav Kalfar
#22. There are two basic coping mechanisms. One consists of dreading the chaos, fighting it and abusing oneself after losing, building a structured life of work/marriage/gym/reunions/children/depression/affair/divorce/alcoholism/recovery/heart attack, in which every decision is a reaction against the fear of the worst (make children to avoid being forgotten, fuck someone at the reunion in case the opportunity never comes again, and the Holy Grail of paradoxes: marry to combat loneliness, then plunge into that constant marital desire to be alone). This is the life that cannot be won, but it does offer the comforts of battle - the human heart is content when distracted by war.

"The second mechanism is an across-the-board acceptance of the absurd all around us. Everything that exists, from consciousness to the digestive workings of the human body to sound waves and bladeless fans, is magnificently unlikely. It seems so much likelier that things would not exist at all and yet the world shows up to class every morning as the cosmos takes attendance. Why combat the unlikeliness? This is the way to survive in this world, to wake up in the morning and receive a cancer diagnosis, discover that a man has murdered forty children, discover that the milk has gone sour, and exclaim, 'How unlikely! Yet here we are,' and have a laugh, and swim in the chaos, swim without fear, swim without expectation but always with an appreciation of every whim, the beauty of screwball twists and jerk #Quote by Jaroslav Kalfar
Broidy Affair quotes by Samuel Johnson
#23. Such is the uncertainty of human affairs, that security and despair are equal follies; and as it is presumption and arrogance to anticipate triumphs, it is weakness and cowardice to prog-nosticate miscarriages. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Broidy Affair quotes by Nick Hahn
#24. She had streaked blonde hair, long and straight, parted in the middle framing high cheek bones, an aquiline nose and beautiful deep blue eyes. She was young, around 30, tall and lithe with a good body, athletic, not skinny. She wore a sleeveless black dress that exposed her toned arms and shoulders, indicating regular workouts or yoga. There was a hint of vein running the length of her lean muscle. This girl stood out like an arabian in a corral full of draft horses. #Quote by Nick Hahn
Broidy Affair quotes by Neetha Joseph
#25. The Sisters of Fate celebrated their success as a scandalous affair was born. #Quote by Neetha Joseph
Broidy Affair quotes by Celia Johnson
#26. I won't write my autobiography because I never had an affair with Frank Sinatra, and if I had had, I wouldn't tell anyone. #Quote by Celia Johnson
Broidy Affair quotes by Mary Woronov
#27. All of this is not just a battle plan, it's a vacation too. For instance: you don't like the life you are living? Escape into another world by taking a lover. Men can't do this. When they take on a woman she becomes part of their life, but a woman gets to change lives with every man she sleeps with. In fact men are like magic flying carpets; you can visit different lands, become rich or poor without working, become religious by marrying a priest, become a cowboy by having an affair in Texas, join the political game by blowing the President, and tomorrow get high with a pop star. Society is a wonderful thing if you're a woman, you really can go anywhere so long as a man's first priority is to get laid, and that will never change. #Quote by Mary Woronov
Broidy Affair quotes by Chloe Thurlow
#28. If you are having an affair, it could save your relationship. If you are not having an affair, and your relationship is rocky, then perhaps you should. #Quote by Chloe Thurlow
Broidy Affair quotes by Debbie Wasserman Schultz
#29. This sordid affair has become an unacceptable distraction for Representative Weiner, his family, his constituents and the House - and for the good of all, he should step aside and address those things that should be most important - his and his family's well-being. #Quote by Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Broidy Affair quotes by Osho
#30. There is no greater luxury than meditation. Meditation is the last luxury, because it is the ultimate love affair. #Quote by Osho
Broidy Affair quotes by T.M. Williams
#31. You can still go home a loyal wife. - Warren Brown #Quote by T.M. Williams
Broidy Affair quotes by Laurelin Paige
#32. As we settle together, spiraling down from bliss, I land in a space of clarity. I stop worrying if it's going to be Alayna that falls apart from this affair and start accepting that it's going to be me. #Quote by Laurelin Paige
Broidy Affair quotes by Long Litt Woon
#33. We live in a society that regards death as a defeat for medical science rather than a part of life. In a culture that allows little place for death in the public area, grief becomes a private affair, viewed as a luxury we cannot afford. #Quote by Long Litt Woon
Broidy Affair quotes by Tamar Myers
#34. Women saw everything, and they thought about everything. The result was wisdom. For men, this was a frightening state of affairs, which is why they insist on holding on to power. #Quote by Tamar Myers
Broidy Affair quotes by John Carroll
#35. The enemies of Christ ... could not bear his independence; his "Give the emperor that which is the emperor's" showed a contempt for the affairs of state and its politics for the moral order that their self-respect would not let them tolerate. #Quote by John Carroll
Broidy Affair quotes by Marian Bendeth
#36. Perfume is like cocktails without the hangover, like chocolate without the calories, like an affair without tears, like a vacation from which you never have to come back. #Quote by Marian Bendeth
Broidy Affair quotes by Andrew  Taylor
#37. Maybe our life is an affair of coastlines,
of touching on contours, of sand shifting
underfoot, of footprints straying
a shoreline. No epitaph in granite,
no marble eminence, no limestone
subtlety. Tracking my prints back
is recovering tides' clean sweep,
the cleansing services of storms' and winds'
abrasive erasures. The only line
that matters in the end is forward
since home is what we find when we find
what it is, they say. Still, standing on the edge
of stone seven thousand kilometres wide,
my back to a whole past vivid to my eyes,
I wonder why, here, it should suddenly begin. #Quote by Andrew Taylor
Broidy Affair quotes by Graham Greene
#38. Perhaps it is only in childhood that books have any deep influence on our lives. In later life we admire, we are entertained, we may modify some views we already hold, but we are more likely to find in books merely a confirmation of what it is in our minds already; as in a love affair it is our own features that we see reflected flatteringly back. But in childhood all books are books of divination, telling us about the future, and like the fortune teller who sees a long journey in the cards or death by water they influence the future. I suppose that is why books excited us so much. What do we ever get nowadays from reading to equal the excitement and the revelation in those first fourteen years? ... It is in those early years that I would look for the crisis, the moment when life took a new slant in its journey towards death. #Quote by Graham Greene
Broidy Affair quotes by George Washington
#39. Painful as the task is to describe the dark side of our affairs, it sometimes becomes a matter of indispensable necessity. #Quote by George Washington
Broidy Affair quotes by Barry Goldwater
#40. Can any of us refute the wisdom of Madison and the other framers? Can anyone look at the carnage in Iran, the bloodshed in Northern Ireland or the bombs bursting in Lebanon and yet question the dangers of injecting religious issues into the affairs of state? #Quote by Barry Goldwater
Broidy Affair quotes by Curtis R. Smith
#41. Life is the literary result of my passionate love affair between self and the universe... #Quote by Curtis R. Smith
Broidy Affair quotes by Mayer Amschel Rothschild
#42. I care not who controls a nation's political affairs, so long as I control her currency #Quote by Mayer Amschel Rothschild
Broidy Affair quotes by Stephen Fry
#43. Somewhere along the line the American love affair with wilderness changed from the thoughtful, sensitive isolationism of Thoreau to the bully, manly, outdoorsman bravado of Teddy Roosevelt. It is not for me, as an outsider, either to bemoan or celebrate this fact, only to observe it. Deep in the male American psyche is a love affair with the backwoods, log-cabin, camping-out life.

There is no living creature here that cannot, in its right season, be hunted or trapped. Deer, moose, bear, squirrel, partridge, beaver, otter, possum, raccoon, you name it, there's someone killing one right now. When I say hunted, I mean, of course, shot at with a high-velocity rifle. I have no particular brief for killing animals with dogs or falcons, but when I hear the word 'hunt' I think of something more than a man in a forage cap and tartan shirt armed with a powerful carbine. In America it is different. Hunting means 'man bonding with man, man bonding with son, man bonding with pickup truck, man bonding with wood cabin, man bonding with rifle, man bonding above all with plaid'. #Quote by Stephen Fry
Broidy Affair quotes by Casey McQuiston
#44. Henry is one talented bastard. A man of many hidden gifts, Alex muses half hysterically. A true prodigy. God save the queen. #Quote by Casey McQuiston
Broidy Affair quotes by Ayn Rand
#45. And that is why I consider promiscuity immoral. Not because sex is evil, but because sex is too good and too important... What sex should involve is a very serious relationship. Whether that relationship should or should not become a marriage is a question which depends on the circumstances and the context of the two persons' lives. I consider marriage a very important institution, but it is important when and if two people have found the person with whom they wish to spend the rest of their lives -- a question of which no man or woman can be automatically certain. When one is certain that one's choice is final, then marriage is, of course, a desirable state. But this does not mean that any relationship based on less than total certainty is improper. I think the question of an affair or a marriage depends on the knowledge and the position of the two persons involved and should be left up to them. Either is moral, provided only that both parties take the relationship seriously and that it is based on values. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Broidy Affair quotes by Amor Towles
#46. I read a lot of Agatha Christie's that fall of 1938 - maybe all of them. The Hercule Poirots, the Miss Marples. Death on the Nile, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Murders .. on the links, .. at the vicarage, and.. on the Orient Express. I real them on the subway, at the deli, and in my bed alone. You can make what claims you will about the psychological nuance of Proust or the narrative scope of Tolstoy, but you can't argue that Mrs Christie fails to please. Her books are tremendously satisfying. #Quote by Amor Towles

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