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Chapter quotes by The Weeknd
#1. 'Kiss Land' is the story after 'Trilogy'; it's pretty much the second chapter of my life. The narrative takes place after my first flight; it's very foreign, very Asian-inspired. When people ask me, 'Why Japan?' I simply tell them it's the furthest I've ever been from home. It really is a different planet. #Quote by The Weeknd
Chapter quotes by D.L. Moody
#2. Then there is another I will in John, sixth chapter, verse forty; it occurs four times in the chapter: "I will raise him up at the last day." I rejoice to think that I have a Savior who has power over death. My blessed Master holds the keys him, and I got more comfort out of that promise "I will raise him up at the last day," than anything else in the Bible. How #Quote by D.L. Moody
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#3. Stained-glass windows glowed faintly in the moonlight streaming through, illuminating the sculpture of Christ on the cross that hung above the altar.
It was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen.
Then the sculpture seemed to move, and Christ's body twisted on the cross to look directly at him ... Jesus, the son of God and his saviour, seemed be smiling at him. #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Pirkei Avot
#4. Compassion is the feeling of sympathy which the pain of one being awakens in another; and the higher and more human the beings are, the more keenly attuned they are to re-echo the note of suffering, which, like a voice from heaven, penetrates the heart, bringing all creatures a proof of their kinship in the universal God. And as for man, whose function it is to show respect and love for God's universe and all its creatures, his heart has been created so tender that it feels with the whole organic world ... mourning even for fading flowers; so that, if nothing else, the very nature of his heart must teach him that he is required above everything to fe the brother of all beings, and to recognize the claim of all beings to his love and his beneficence.
Horeb, Chapter 17, Verse 125 #Quote by Pirkei Avot
Chapter quotes by Darren Shan
#5. But stories don't end. They continue as long as you're alive. You just have to get on with things. Turn the page, start a new chapter, find out what's in store for you next, and keep your fingers crossed that it's not too awful. Even if you know in your heart and soul that it most probably will be. #Quote by Darren Shan
Chapter quotes by Julie Anne Peters
#6. My pulse quickened. Was I? Gay, I mean? If so, what was I doing with Seth? Maybe I was bi. That would explain it. An open heart, willing to give and accept love wherever it came from. The feelings, the stirring, the awakening senses with Cece, though, I'd never experienced those with Seth. With any guy. (Chapter.12) #Quote by Julie Anne Peters
Chapter quotes by Cassandra Clare
#7. Shapes began to appear in the mist as it thickened. Clary saw herself and Simon as children, holding hands, crossing a street in Brooklyn,; she had barrettes in her hair and Simon was adorably rumpled, his glasses sliding off his nose. There they were again, throwing snowballs in Prospect Park; and at Luke's farmhouse, tanned from summer, hanging upside down from tree branches. She saw them in Java Jones, listening to Eric's terrible poetry, and on the back of a flying motorcycle as it crashed into a parking lot, with Jace there, looking at them, his eyes squinted against the sun. And there was Simon with Isabelle, his hands curved around her face, kissing her, and she could see Isabelle as Simon saw her: fragile and strong, and so, so beautiful. And there was Valentine's ship, Simon kneeling on Jace, blood on his mouth and shirt, and blood at Jace's throat, and there was the cell in Idris, and Hodge's weathered face, and Simon and Clary again, Clary etching the Mark of Cain onto his forehead. Maureen, and her blood on the floor, and her little pink hat, and the rooftop in Manhattan where Lilith had raised Sebastian, and Clary was passing him a gold ring across a table, and an Angel was rising out of a lake before him and he was kissing Isabelle... #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Chapter quotes by Brandon Bays
#8. From Freedom is:
"True forgiveness is one of the most healing relasing, and freeing gifts we give to ourselves."

"You can't fake it (forgivenss). It has to come from an open heart. It has to be real. Otherwise it is pointless. In order to fruly forgive, you must be willing to open your heart and face and release the pain there."
"It requires humility. It requites us to give up our rightenous indignation, get off our soapbox, let go of blame, and le go of th pride of being right. It means we have to be willing to drop our victim story, soften our stance, and if necessary, let our heart be broken wide open." Brandon Bays Chapter 8 on forgiveness. #Quote by Brandon Bays
Chapter quotes by Karynne Summars
#9. I like fire and water. You are lucky to have both right here."
From " Desperate Pursuit in Venice" Chapter Two. Kataryna's response to Luca. #Quote by Karynne Summars
Chapter quotes by D.L. Moody
#10. Read the Bible, my friends, as if you were seeking for something of value. It is a good deal better to take a single chapter, and spend a month on it, than to read the Bible at random for a month. #Quote by D.L. Moody
Chapter quotes by Deborah Johnson
#11. Regina read all this, thinking with each sentence she'd put the book down. But a sentence became a paragraph, which flowed on into a page, two pages, a chapter, more. #Quote by Deborah Johnson
Chapter quotes by Mikhail Bulgakov
#12. But surely, Philip Philipovich, everybody says that 30-degree vodka is quite good enough.' 'Vodka should be at least 40 degrees, not 30 – that's firstly,' Philip Philipovich interrupted him didactically, 'and secondly – God knows what muck they make into vodka nowadays. What do you think they use?' 'Anything they like,' said the other doctor firmly. 'I quite agree,' said Philip Philipovich and hurled the contents of his glass down his throat in one gulp. 'Ah . . . m'm . . . Doctor Bormenthal – please drink that at once and if you ask me what it is, I'm your enemy for life. "From Granada to Seville . . ." Chapter 3 #Quote by Mikhail Bulgakov
Chapter quotes by George Orwell
#13. If you took 1 Corinthians, chapter
thirteen, and in every verse wrote 'money' instead of 'charity',
the chapter had ten times as much meaning as before. #Quote by George Orwell
Chapter quotes by Elizabeth Minkel
#14. The books I read this year were great, but then, so was the fanfiction. Over the years I've been asked if I've read anything good lately, and I've always bitten my tongue: I often have, but it's not "real literature," after all, but rather some 30-chapter masterpiece that someone has penned for free - for the love of the source material. I'm kind of done glossing over this major part of my reading life: for every good novel I read this year, I read a fantastic novel-length fic as well. #Quote by Elizabeth Minkel
Chapter quotes by E.L. Doctorow
#15. It was evident to him that the world composed and recomposed itself constantly in an endless process of dissatisfaction. #Quote by E.L. Doctorow
Chapter quotes by Amazon
#16. If you bought your Kindle online using your Amazon account, it is already registered to you. To verify, tap the Home button and look for your Amazon user name in the upper left corner of the Home screen. If it says My Kindle or shows the name of a previous owner instead of your own Amazon account name, you'll need to register it. See Setting up your Kindle Paperwhite in this chapter for instructions on setting up and registering your Kindle. #Quote by Amazon
Chapter quotes by Marcus Sedgwick
#17. And if I really can see the future, then what does it mean? Is there any sense in our lives if everything is already out there, just waiting to happen? For if that were so, then life would be a horrible monster indeed, with no chance of escape from fate, from destiny. It would be like reading a book, but reading it backwards, from the final chapter down to chapter one, so that the end is already known to you. #Quote by Marcus Sedgwick
Chapter quotes by John Le Carre
#18. The greatest crime is to do nothing because we can only do a little ( ... ) I feel nothing, because feeling is subversive and contrary to military discipline. Therefore I do not feel, but I fight and therefore I exist. (part I, chapter 10) #Quote by John Le Carre
Chapter quotes by Eugene H. Peterson
#19. (from chapter 19, "Willi Ossa")

"...when I did [become a pastor], I knew that it was a vocation, not a job. I told my friends in the Company [of Pastors] the story of Willi...We were honing our observational skills in discerning the difference between vocation and job. As we were seeing pastors left and right abandoning their vocations and taking jobs, we were determined to keep the distinction clear for ourselves. A job is an assignment to do work that can be quantified and evaluated. It is pretty easy to decide whether a job has been completed or not. It is pretty easy to tell whether a job is done well or badly.

But a vocation is not a job in that sense. I can be hired to do a job, paid a fair wage if I do it, dismissed if I don't. But I can't be hired to be a pastor, for my primary responsibility is not to the people I serve tu to the God I serve. As it turns out, the people I serve would often prefer an idol who would do what they want done rather than do what God, revealed in Jesus, wants them to do. In our present culture, the sharp distinction between a job and a vocation is considerably blurred. How do I, as a pastor, prevent myself from thinking of my work as a job that I get paid for, a job that is assigned to me by my denomination, a job that I am expected to do to the satisfaction of my congregation? How do I stay attentive to and listening to the call that got me started in this way of life - not a call to make the church attractive and use #Quote by Eugene H. Peterson
Chapter quotes by Veronica Roth
#20. Maybe Dauntless was formed with good intentions, with the right ideals and the right goals. But it has strayed far from them. And the same is true of Erudite, I realize. A long time ago, Erudite pursued knowledge and ingenuity for the sake of doing good. Now they pursue knowledge and ingenuity with greedy hearts. I wonder if the other fractions suffer from the same problem #Quote by Veronica Roth
Chapter quotes by Steven Pinker
#21. We hear speech as a string of separate words, but unlike the tree falling in the forest with no one to hear it, a word boundary with no one to hear it has no sound. In the speech sound wave, one word runs into the next seamlessly; there are no little silences between spoken words the way there are white spaces between written words. We simply hallucinate word boundaries when we reach the edge of a stretch of sound that matches some entry in our mental dictionary. This becomes apparent when we listen to speech in a foreign language: it is impossible to tell where one word ends the next begins. The seamlessness of speech is also apparent in 'oro­nyms', strings of sound that can be carved into words in two different ways: The good can decay many ways / The good candy came anyways. #Quote by Steven Pinker
Chapter quotes by Alan Jacobs
#22. So let me conclude this chapter with a celebration of splitting--of the disciplined, principled preference for rejecting categories whenever we discern them at work. Again, this is not to say that we can live without them, but rather that we need to cultivate skepticism as a first response. The group solidarity matters to almost all of us in one way or another--it is the stuff of which both inner rings and genuine membership are made--on some fundamental level, as Dorothy Sayers once wrote, "What is repugnant to every human being is to be reckoned always as a member of a class and not as an individual person." The key word there is always: to be " a member of a class" Is sometimes useful, often necessary, but intolerably offensive as a universal practice. #Quote by Alan Jacobs
Chapter quotes by Henry Miller
#23. No more peeping through keyholes! No more masturbating in the dark! No more public confessions! Unscrew the doors from their jambs! I want a world where the vagina is represented by a crude, honest slit, a world that has feeling for bone and contour, for raw, primary colors, a world that has fear and respect for its animal origins. I'm sick of looking at cunts all tickled up, disguised, deformed, idealized. Cunts with nerve ends exposed. I don't want to watch young virgins masturbating in the privacy of their boudoirs or biting their nails or tearing their hair or lying on a bed full of bread crumbs for a whole chapter. #Quote by Henry Miller
Chapter quotes by Charles Dickens
Chapter quotes by Teresa Of Avila
#25. You must know that weather or not you are practicing mental prayer has nothing to do with keeping your lips closed. If, while I am speaking with God, I am fully conscious of doing so, and if this is more real to me than the words I am uttering, then I am combining mental and vocal prayer. I am amazed when people tell me that you are speaking with God by reciting the Paternoster even while you are thinking of worldly things. When you speak with a Lord so great, you should think of Who it is you are addressing and what you yourself are, if only that you may speak to Him with proper respect. How can you address a king with the reverence he deserves unless you are clearly conscious of his position and yours? #Quote by Teresa Of Avila
Chapter quotes by Stephen Harper
#26. The treatment of children in Indian residential schools is a sad chapter in our history ... Two primary objectives of the residential schools system were to remove and isolate children from the influence of their homes, families, traditions and cultures, and to assimilate them into the dominant culture. #Quote by Stephen Harper
Chapter quotes by Cassandra Clare
#27. Change is no loss, Will. Not always. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Chapter quotes by Laurence Sterne
#28. Upon looking back from the end of the last chapter and surveying the texture of what has been wrote, it is necessary, that upon this page and the five following, a good quantity of heterogeneous matter be inserted, to keep up that just balance betwixt wisdom and folly, without which a book would not hold together a single year. #Quote by Laurence Sterne
Chapter quotes by Siobhan Vivian
#29. Look for green lights, not stop signs. #Quote by Siobhan Vivian
Chapter quotes by Ilona Andrews
#30. And you brought the ski mask?"
"Yes. It's not cold, though, even up above."
"It's not for the cold. The pegasi like to chase birds. Birds don't like to be chased."
"Okay." Whatever that meant.

Chapter 10

BIRDS WERE ASSHOLES. #Quote by Ilona Andrews
Chapter quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#31. Why don't you just kill me?"
"That, my dear, would be a waste." He steps forward and I realize his hands are sheathed in white leather gloves. He tips my chin up with one finger. "Besides, it'd be a shame to lose such a pretty face. #Quote by Tahereh Mafi
Chapter quotes by Adolf Hitler
#32. Today the Siberians, the White Russians, and the people of the steppes live extremely healthy lives. For that reason they are better equipped for development and in the long run biologically superior to the Germans.
quoted by Albert Speer in Inside the Third Reich, Chapter 7: Obersalzberg (years before the start of the war) #Quote by Adolf Hitler
Chapter quotes by Peter Enns
#33. Paul would agree, to a certain extent. He did not think that Jesus was the founder of a new religion, rather the concluding, surprise chapter to Israel's story. #Quote by Peter Enns
Chapter quotes by Douglas M. Laurent
#34. There is no force in Earth or Heaven above,
No, not even the damned of Hell can stop relentless Love. ---Kari, The Valkyrie, Chapter Sixteen,
Valley of the Damned Epic Martial Poem/Allegory #Quote by Douglas M. Laurent
Chapter quotes by Martin Scorsese
#35. I'm in a different chapter of my life. As time goes by and I grow older, I find that I need to just be quiet and think. There have been periods when I've locked myself away for days, but now it's different - I'm married and we have a daughter who is in my office the whole time. #Quote by Martin Scorsese
Chapter quotes by Donald Miller
#36. Every day you live is a page. Every year, a chapter. Your life, a book. What is it about? #Quote by Donald Miller
Chapter quotes by Patrick Keithahn
#37. I love reading and writing novels that don't fit nicely into a specific genre. But they also have to move. I want to be excited about each chapter, because otherwise why is it there? #Quote by Patrick Keithahn
Chapter quotes by Ed Lynskey
#38. From Chapter 1:
"You're not a local." I paused, unsure. "Or are you?"
"Sort of. Randall Van Dotson is my dad. I'm Rennie."
After tossing her head that coy, sweet way girls do, she gave me a candid appraisal. #Quote by Ed Lynskey
Chapter quotes by Lauren DeStefano
#39. The first humans were especially ungrateful. After the birth of the sun and the moon, they asked for stars. After the crops rose from the ground, they asked for beasts to fill the fields. After some time, the god of the ground, weary of their demands, thought it best to destroy them and begin again with humbler beings. So it goes that the god of the sky thought the first humans too clever to waste, and he agreed to keep them in the sky with the promise that they would never again interfere with the ground.
The History of Internment, Chapter 1 #Quote by Lauren DeStefano
Chapter quotes by Anonymous
#40. Ashish Shah, Your Kindle book loan for Amelia Bedelia Chapter Book #2: Amelia Bedelia Unleashed has ended. #Quote by Anonymous
Chapter quotes by Linda Kage
#41. I'd internally combust from hormone overdose if I went anywhere near Hotness right now. Like getting too close to the sun, he'd probably burn me with one of his deadly testosterone rays.'

'As if he sensed I was blushing over him that very second, Hotness–or as Eva had dubbed him, Mason Lowe–glanced in our direction and made eye contact. With me. I stopped laughing. Stopped smiling. Pretty much stopped breathing. Gawd, but the boy sure knew how to hold a heated stare. #Quote by Linda Kage
Chapter quotes by Donna Boyd
#42. You are the best of us. We are the best of you. What becomes of us will, inevitably, become of you. That is why you should care. That is why I write.
I end this chapter, then, with broken silence, broken vows, broken trust. Our secrets are yours now; I pray you use them well. #Quote by Donna Boyd
Chapter quotes by Daniel Kehlmann
#43. Usually I work out the plot before I start. This time I thought: Writers always talk about not knowing where a book is going - -I want to experience that, too. What I found out is that it's very interesting, but it takes much longer because you have so many false starts. You take wrong turns and you have to go back and start the whole chapter, or the whole section, from scratch. #Quote by Daniel Kehlmann
Chapter quotes by Charles Dickens
Chapter quotes by Stephenie Meyer
#45. I was just thinking – today is the first and last day of forever. It's kind of hard to wrap my head around it. Even with all this extra room for wrapping. #Quote by Stephenie Meyer
Chapter quotes by Shirley Chisholm
#46. ... My present attitude toward politics as it is practiced in the United States: it is a beautiful fraud that has been imposed on the people for years, whose practitioners exchange gilded promises for the most valuable thing their victims own, their votes. And who benefits most? The lawyers. (Chapter 4) #Quote by Shirley Chisholm
Chapter quotes by Dean Koontz
#47. People think power makes them big, but it brings out their inner bratty child and makes them small." - Grady Adams - "Breathless by Dean Koontz pg 287 chapter 59 #Quote by Dean Koontz
Chapter quotes by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
#48. As she looked me up and down, I felt like a daughter returning from summer camp to a mother who had worried unnecessarily. Except instead of summer camp it had been my entire adolescence, emancipation, homelessness, and single parenthood, and I couldn't rightly say that Elizabeth's worry had been unwarranted #Quote by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
Chapter quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#49. It was a beautifully simple picture these procession leaders had. It was as though a navigator, in order to free his mind of worries, had erased all the reefs from his maps. - Chapter 21 #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Chapter quotes by Trevor Rabin
#50. You can't judge an album by a single song; it's like judging a book by only reading a single chapter. #Quote by Trevor Rabin
Chapter quotes by Marita A. Hansen
#51. Jenna walked in between desks and plonked herself down behind hers, noticing AGAIN that the teacher hadn't graced the class with his zitty presence. She thought Mr. Kennan needed to get fired, which said a lot, because she rarely paid attention to ugly teachers. She'd discussed this with the principal two weeks back when she'd been sent to his office after getting caught sleeping. She'd told him that if he employed more hot teachers like Mr. Daniels then maybe she wouldn't pass out from boredom. The principal gave her a week's detention because of that comment, saying that she needed to take things more seriously. But she WAS being serious.
Jenna Hamilton from Graffiti Heaven (Chapter 28). #Quote by Marita A. Hansen
Chapter quotes by Meg Rosoff
#52. That's it," Piper said. "That's the end." But I knew it wasn't. They'd left out a chapter. The one where the hero comes home to find me gone. #Quote by Meg Rosoff
Chapter quotes by Google
#53. I am not addicted to reading, I can quit as soon as I read one more chapter ... #Quote by Google
Chapter quotes by Rick Robinson
#54. I tried to write a coming of age novel, but I wasn't deep enough to get past the third chapter. #Quote by Rick Robinson
Chapter quotes by Joseph E. Ledoux
#55. We can also monitor signals coming from within our body. This is, again, the foundation of Damasio's somatic marker hypothesis (see Chapter 5). The most specific of these are signals from the somatosensory system, which transmits information about touch, temperature, irritation, and pain from skin and muscles to cortical processing areas, much like the visual or auditory systems do. When you have a headache, backache, sore muscles, an itch, feel warmth or cool air on your skin, or are feverish, you become aware of somatosensory information being processed in cortical areas. #Quote by Joseph E. Ledoux
Chapter quotes by Claudia Pavel
#56. I will meet you in the light, in the morning one,
when raindrops fall on your mild skin
and your blue eyes sparkle better than the sky.

(fragment from "I will meet you then", chapter Hope) #Quote by Claudia Pavel
Chapter quotes by Walter Isaacson
#57. CONTENTS Epigraph Characters Introduction: How This Book Came to Be CHAPTER ONE Childhood: Abandoned and Chosen CHAPTER TWO Odd Couple: The Two Steves CHAPTER THREE The Dropout: Turn On, Tune In . . . CHAPTER FOUR Atari and India: Zen and the Art of Game Design CHAPTER FIVE The Apple I: Turn On, Boot Up, Jack In . . . CHAPTER SIX #Quote by Walter Isaacson
Chapter quotes by Dominic Riccitello
#58. I never said I love you because I knew he would understand it differently. I loved him, and I still do, but it was as a chapter. It wasn't as a fairytale ending. #Quote by Dominic Riccitello
Chapter quotes by Cassandra Clare
#59. Those of us who do not live forever do not like change perhaps as much as those of you who do. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Chapter quotes by Santosh Avvannavar
#60. While I cannot prevent the birds from flying over my head, I can prevent them from making a nest in my hair. - Chapter 5 My Cinderella #Quote by Santosh Avvannavar
Chapter quotes by Stanley Kunitz
#61. Live in the layers,
not on the litter. #Quote by Stanley Kunitz
Chapter quotes by Charles Darwin
#62. This fundamental subject of Natural Selection will be treated at some length in the fourth chapter; and we shall then see how Natural Selection almost inevitably causes much Extinction of the less improved forms of life and induces what I have called Divergence of Character. In the next chapter I shall discuss the complex and little known laws of variation and of correlation of growth. In the four succeeding chapters, the most apparent and gravest difficulties on the theory will be given: namely, first, the difficulties of transitions, or in understanding how a simple being or a simple organ can be changed and perfected into a highly developed being or elaborately constructed organ; secondly the subject of Instinct, or the mental powers of animals, thirdly, Hybridism, or the infertility of species and the fertility of varieties when intercrossed; and fourthly, the imperfection of the Geological Record. In #Quote by Charles Darwin
Chapter quotes by Brooklyn James
#63. He grinned, raising the glass to his lips, the liquid wetting his mouth. I wanted to be that glass. -from chapter Hurts So Good, The Boots My Mother Gave Me #Quote by Brooklyn James
Chapter quotes by L. J. Boulding
#64. In the book of James the first chapter and the fourth verse it talks about letting patience have her perfect work in us. God knows how to make us wait to develop patience in us. Sometimes, the wait can seem unbearable. But it is in this place that He is maturing this fruit of the Spirit. #Quote by L. J. Boulding
Chapter quotes by Nia Vardalos
#65. Now that I'm experiencing motherhood, I'm ready to write the next chapter of my family story. Of course a few jaded folks in the press corps will claim I ran out of money or just want to kiss John Corbett again. One of these things is true. #Quote by Nia Vardalos
Chapter quotes by Jessica Thompson
#66. I realised how fatalistic this sounded. Like it was the beginning of the end. The start of the last chapter. #Quote by Jessica Thompson
Chapter quotes by Jennifer K. McArthur
#67. That so far the material has been dealt with in a rather subjective way provokes the question whether a means can be found of handling it objectively. [...] This chapter considers the applicability of the statistical tests employed by Wilson and the general problem whether the Linear B data are suited to statistical analysis. #Quote by Jennifer K. McArthur
Chapter quotes by Dave Morris
#68. I could put a sudoku at the end of every chapter and you'd have to solve it to progress through the story, but that doesn't address what would make people want to interact. #Quote by Dave Morris
Chapter quotes by Billy Collins
#69. My poems tend to have rhetorical structures; what I mean by that is they tend to have a beginning, a middle, and an end. There tends to be an opening, as if you were reading the opening chapter of a novel. They sound like I'm initiating something, or I'm making a move. #Quote by Billy Collins
Chapter quotes by Hieromonk Tihon
#70. What do you have in here?" [the Archbishop] asked, pointing to one of the little bottles. "Quinine, Vladika," answered the father confused. "Preparation against fever… How often must one take it per day and for how many days?" "Three, four times a day, depending on the gravity of the illness. One should take it until the fever breaks down." "Therefore, in order to get rid of such a disease that, in fact, is a just trifle, one has to take this medicine three or four times a day and pay the doctor a few visits. Do the same with the Great Medicine that our Lord gave us. The Apostles and the first Christians would commune daily, spending their time in love and continuous praying. And we, the haters, the flatterers, always ready to trip someone, come to our Heavenly Doctor once a year and want immediate cure from all diseases, distresses and sufferings inherited from our ancestors; we want nature, which deteriorated over thousands of years, to instantly revive and we want ourselves to become new people. [Chapter IX] #Quote by Hieromonk Tihon
Chapter quotes by Colin A. Ross
#71. Biological warfare (BW) and chemical warfare (CW) research was run out of Edgeware Arsenal but also involved testing in many other locations including Dugway Proving Ground, Utah. As in the radiation experiments described in an earlier chapter, BW/CW research involved releasing bacteria, fungi and viruses into general population areas. The bacterium Serratia marascens was released in many locations including New York (June 7-10, 1966), San Francisco (September, 1950), and Pennsylvania State Highway #16 westward for one mile from Benchmark #193 (January 7, 1955). Other infectious agents released into civilian populations included Aspergillus fumigatus and Bacillus globigii. #Quote by Colin A. Ross
Chapter quotes by Rachel Cusk
#72. It's true,' Elena said, 'that my own need for provocation is something other people seem to find very difficult to understand. Yet to me it has always made perfect sense. But I do admit that it has brought nearly all of my relationships to an end, because it is inevitable that that end is also - as you say, by the same logic - something I will feel driven to provoke. If the relationship is going to end, in other words, I want to know it and confront it as soon as possible. Sometimes,' she said, 'this process is so quick that the relationship is over almost as soon as it has begun. Very often I have felt that my relationships have had no story, and the reason is because I have jumped ahead of myself, the way I used to turn the pages of a book to find out what happens in the final chapter. I want to know everything straight away. I want to know the content without living through the time span. #Quote by Rachel Cusk
Chapter quotes by Frank Wilczek
#73. Recapitulation

At the beginning of this chapter, I advertised key properties of the Grid, that ur-stuff that underlies physical reality:

The grid fills space and time.

Every fragment of Grid-each space-time element-has the same basic properties as every other fragment.

The Grid is alive with quantum activity. Quantum activity has special characteristics. It is spontaneous and unpredictable. And to observe quantum activity, you must disturb it.

The Grid also contains enduring , material components. The cosmos is a multilayered, multicolored superconductor.

The Grid contains a metric field that gives space-time rigidity and causes gravity.

The Grid weighs, with a universal density. #Quote by Frank Wilczek
Chapter quotes by Nikki Sixx
#74. Being able to say something lyrically, to say something that will do more than just be words, is really hard. It's easy to do when you're writing a chapter of a book or writing poetry, but it's really hard to do when you're confined to a melody line. #Quote by Nikki Sixx
Chapter quotes by Max Tegmark
#75. When I bike to work int he fall, I see beauty in the trees tinged with red, orange and gold. But seeing these trees through the lens of physics reveals even more beauty, captured by the Feynman quote that opens this chapter. And the deeper I look, the more elegance I glimpse: we'll see in Chapter 3 how the trees ultimately come from stars, and we'll see in Chapter 8 how studying their building blocks suggests their existence in parallel universes. #Quote by Max Tegmark
Chapter quotes by Aaron Huey
#76. The last chapter in any successful genocide is the one in which the oppressor can remove their hands and say, 'My God, what are these people doing to themselves? They're killing each other. They're killing themselves while we watch them die.' This is how we came to own these United States. This is the legacy of manifest destiny. #Quote by Aaron Huey
Chapter quotes by Mark Twain
#77. Every person is a book, each year a chapter, #Quote by Mark Twain
Chapter quotes by Mikhail Bulgakov
#78. My humble ... I don't drink ... '
'A shame! What about a game of dice, then? Or do have some other favourite game? Dominoes? Cards?
'I don't play games,' the already weary barman responded.
'Altogether bad,' the host concluded. 'As you will, but there's something noce nice hidden in men who avoid wine, games, the society of charming women, table talk. Such people are either gravely ill or secretly hate everybody around them. True, there may be exceptions. Among persons sitting down with me at the banqueting table, there have been on occasion some extraordinary scoundrels! Chapter 18 #Quote by Mikhail Bulgakov
Chapter quotes by Simone Elkeles
#79. Distance makes the heart grow fonder. #Quote by Simone Elkeles
Chapter quotes by Ann Voskamp
#80. I write a chapter, then edit it and edit it and edit it and edit it. I don't think we mine creativity from within. It's bestowed from on high, from God. #Quote by Ann Voskamp
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#81. The way he looked at me? Sam, you need to understand. Josh and I are friends. That's it. He might have feelings for me – though I don't think he does – but I do and always will, view him as a friend." She put one small finger under his chin and lifted his face up to hers. "Besides, there's room for only one man in my heart. #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Sally Hepworth
#82. A few months ago, presented with the knowledge that life wasn't going to be what I'd planned, I wanted to check out, close the book. But now, it's like suddenly I've found a few more pages. And it feels like, against all likelihood, the last chapter might be the best one of all. The last chapter, in fact might be something great. #Quote by Sally Hepworth
Chapter quotes by Nick Lane
#83. This chapter is different from the other chapters in this book, in that not only does science not (yet) know the answer, but at present we can barely conceive of how that answer might look in terms of the known laws of physics or biology or information. #Quote by Nick Lane
Chapter quotes by Bryan Bishop
#84. Alison Rosen IWHI! From the easter egg chapter. #Quote by Bryan Bishop
Chapter quotes by Gautama Buddha
#85. Among all the sutras I have expounded,
Lotus Sutra is the first and foremost!
If you are able to uphold the Lotus Sutra,
it means you are able to uphold the body of a Buddha!
(LS 11: 3.35)
Lotus Sutra, Chapter 11, Section 3, Paragraph 35 #Quote by Gautama Buddha
Chapter quotes by Laura Rowley
#86. In the early 1990s, Target adopted some of Walt Disney's staff training and customer service initiatives. It has since developed a variety of methods - from hiring to coaching to grading performance - to ensure "team members" embody the motto "fast, fun and friendly." (See Chapter 5.) #Quote by Laura Rowley
Chapter quotes by Boman Irani
#87. There's a great charm in theatre; I enjoyed doing it for twelve years and did lots of plays. At this chapter of my life, I am a cinema actor, and I would like to continue to be so, and at some point I would return to the theatre. #Quote by Boman Irani
Chapter quotes by Rick Bragg
#88. I don't think there's a difference between writing for a newspaper or magazine and doing a chapter in a book. #Quote by Rick Bragg
Chapter quotes by J.K. Rowling
#89. How can I have hung round you for five years and not think girls are clever? #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Chapter quotes by Charles Hodge
#90. In every system of theology, therefore, there is a chapter De libero arbitrio. This is a question which every theologian finds in his path, and which he must dispose of; and on the manner in which it is determined depends his theology, and of course his religion, so far as his theology is to him a truth and reality #Quote by Charles Hodge
Chapter quotes by Dan Bergstein
#91. There's a small moment in this chapter when Bella wants to practice fighting techniques with Emmett, but Edward won't let her.
Emmett is here? Hi Emmett! Hey Emmett, according to Google Maps, you live 2,931 miles away from me. If I don't make any stops for food or fuel, and sit on a pile of absorbent kitty litter, I can make the trip in 48 hours. So I can be there by Sunday or Monday. Oh ... hey, did you know Monday is Valentine's Day? That's super weird, right? Didn't plan that at all. I swear. OK, see you then!
Anyway, Bella wants to practice with Emmett but Edward says no. Huh? Not only does Edward refuse to teach his wife basic self-defense, but she can't even learn some tips from The Pain Maker? Why? I dare you to explain this. I double wolf dare you. #Quote by Dan Bergstein
Chapter quotes by Richard A. Knaak
#92. *You are not yet in the Emerald Dream. First, you must remove your earthly shell ... * the voice in his head instructed. *As you reach the state of sleep, you will slip your body off as you would a coat. Start from your heart and mind, for they are the links that most bind you to the mortal plane. See? This is how it is done ... * - Chapter 4 #Quote by Richard A. Knaak
Chapter quotes by Richard  Beck
#93. We become "possessed" by the principality and power when we internalize the spirituality of the system and the practices, beliefs, attitudes, habits, values, expectations, norms, and traditions of the system become the sources we use to form our own identity. And while the tag "possession" might seem extreme, it does help us name something more clearly, something left out of our descriptions at the start of the chapter regarding the ill effects associated with our service to the powers. Specifically, we previously noted how the powers can make us harried, stressed, and rivalrous. But it's a bit worse than all that. It's not just that the powers push us around from the outside with demands, deadlines, and expectations. The powers also affect (and infect) us from the inside. A focus on service - how we work and make sacrifices for the institution - tends to miss how we often internalize the spirituality of the institution, how our identity becomes formed by and fused with the institution. A focus on service and work (though important) tends to be too behavioral in nature to capture how the institution gets inside us, inhabiting our hearts and minds and affecting how we see ourselves, others, and the world around us. #Quote by Richard Beck
Chapter quotes by Jose Ortega Y Gasset
#94. [L]ife, individual or collective, personal or historic, is the one entity in the universe whose substance is compact of danger, of adventure. It is, in the strict sense of the word, drama ... [T]he primary, radical meaning of life appears when it is employed in the sense not of biology, but of biography. For the very strong reason that the whole of biology is quite definitely only a chapter in certain biographies, it is what biologists do in the portion of their lives open to biography. #Quote by Jose Ortega Y Gasset
Chapter quotes by Gunter Grass
#95. What more shall I say: born under light bulbs, deliberately stopped growing at age of three, given drum, sang glass to pieces, smelled vanilla, coughed in churches, observed ants, decided to grow, buried drum, emigrated to the West, lost the East, learned stonecutter's trade, worked as model, started drumming again, visited concrete, made money, kept finger, gave finger away, fled laughing, rode up escalator, arrested, convicted, sent to mental hospital, soon to be acquitted, celebrating this day my thirtieth birthday and still afraid of the Black Witch. Chapter 46, pg. 587 #Quote by Gunter Grass
Chapter quotes by John Barth
#96. This is an exciting time. A new chapter in our history. #Quote by John Barth
Chapter quotes by Dean Koontz
#97. Books had shown me, however, that all people everywhere wanted their lives to have purpose and meaning. This longing was universal. Even I, in my terrible difference, wanted nothing less than purpose and meaning. Chapter 8, pgs 35-36 #Quote by Dean Koontz
Chapter quotes by Pegi Eyers
#98. As stripped of our ancestral knowledge as we Settlers seem to be, we defy the position of patriarchal dominance and undermine the notion of cultural superiority when we reclaim the roots of our authentic indigenity. It is our birthright as human beings to declare our true status as People of the Earth (as it is for all cultural groups), and if we collectively reject the delusional separation from nature that Empire has forced upon us, we move back into right relationship with Earth Community. Anchoring ourselves deeply into our earth-honoring culture and reclaiming our EIK (European Indigenous Knowledge) is a powerful blow against the monolith of cultural imperialism. (Page 43, Chapter 6, "We All Have IK") #Quote by Pegi Eyers
Chapter quotes by Timothy Keller
#99. In our discussion of the need for balanced ministry fronts in chapter 23, we looked at the five models of church proposed by Avery Dulles: "the church as institution" (which we might call doctrine driven); "the church as mystical communion" (worship driven); "the church as sacrament" (community driven); "the church as herald" (evangelism driven); and "the church as servant" (justice driven). #Quote by Timothy Keller
Chapter quotes by Indigo Girls
#100. Sometimes I ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the book #Quote by Indigo Girls
Chapter quotes by Shannon L. Alder
#101. When I was a child, an angel came to say,
A true friend is coming my warrior to sweep you away,
It won't be easy the path because it leads through hell,
But if you're faithful, it will be the greatest story to tell,
You will move God's daughters to a place of hope,
Your story will teach everyone there is nothing they can't cope,
You will suffer a lot, but not one tear will you waste,
Because for all that you do for me, you will be graced,
For I am bringing you someone that wants to travel your trail,
Someone you already met when you passed through heaven's veil,
A warrior, a friend that whispers your heart's song,
Someone that will run with you and pull your spirit along,
Don't you see the timing was love's fated throw,
Because I put you both there to help one another grow,
I am the writer of all great stories your chapters were written by me,
You suffered, you cried because I needed you to see,
That your faith in my ending goes far beyond two,
It was going to change more hearts than both of you knew,
So hush my child and wait for my loving hand,
The last chapter is not written and still in the sand,
It is up to you to finish, before the tide washes it away,
All that is in your heart, I've put there for you to say,
This is not about winning, loss or pain,
I made you the way you are because true love stories are insane,
I wrote you in heaven as I sat on its s #Quote by Shannon L. Alder
Chapter quotes by Sarah Dessen
#102. It was strange, telling the story from the beginning instead of catching someone up on only the latest awful chapter. #Quote by Sarah Dessen
Chapter quotes by Sebastian Barry
#103. And all those boys of Europe born in those times, and thereabouts those times, Russian, French, Belgian, Serbian, Irish, English, Scottish, Welsh, Italian, Prussian, German, Austrian, Turkish – and Canadian, Australian, American, Zulu, Gurkha, Cossack, and all the rest – their fate was written in a ferocious chapter in the book of life, certainly. Those millions of mothers and their million gallons of mother's milk, millions of instances of small talk and baby talk, beatings and kisses, ganseys and shoes, piled up in history in great ruined heaps, with a loud and broken music, human stories told for nothing, for ashes, for death's amusement, flung on the mighty scrapheap of souls, all those million boys in all their humours to be milled by the millstones of a coming war. #Quote by Sebastian Barry
Chapter quotes by Steven Pinker
#104. A bit less obvious is the metaphor for human history, course, which refers to a path of running or flowing, as in the course of a river, a racecourse, and a headlong course. The metaphor is that A SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IS MOTION ALONG A PATHWAY, a special case of the TIME IS MOTION metaphor we met in the previous chapter. #Quote by Steven Pinker
Chapter quotes by Max Lucado
#105. Trust God's love. His perfect love. Don't fear He will discover your past. He already has. Don't fear disappointing Him in the future. He can show you the chapter in which you will. With perfect knowledge of the past and perfect vision of the future, He loves you perfectly in spite of both. #Quote by Max Lucado
Chapter quotes by Steve Harvey
#106. Know this: It is your right to expect that a man will pay for your dinner, your movie ticket, your club entry fee, or whatever else he has to pay for in exchange for your time. You all have to stop this foolishness with the "I pay for my dinner so he knows I don't need him" approach. As I point out in the next chapter, "The Three Things Every Man Needs: Support, Loyalty, and the Cookie," a man - a real one, anyway - wants to feel needed. #Quote by Steve Harvey
Chapter quotes by Anthony Trollope
#107. CHAPTER LXX AT LAST #Quote by Anthony Trollope
Chapter quotes by Dennis Prager
#108. Kidnapping people and selling them into slavery, as was done to Africans and others throughout history, is forbidden by the Eighth Commandment. Critics of the Bible who argue the Bible allowed such slavery, and defenders of such slavery who used the Bible, were both wrong. And lest there be any confusion about this issue, the very next chapter of the Torah specifies a person who kidnaps another - particularly when done with the intention of selling the victim into slavery - 'shall be put to death' (Exodus 21:16). #Quote by Dennis Prager
Chapter quotes by Jonah Berger
#109. In fact, the messages actually seemed to increase drug use. Kids aged twelve and a half to eighteen who saw the ads were actually more likely to smoke marijuana. Why? Because it made drug use more public. Think about observability and social proof. Before seeing the message, some kids might never have thought about taking drugs. Others might have considered it but have been wary about doing the wrong thing. But anti-drug ads often say two things simultaneously. They say that drugs are bad, but they also say that other people are doing them. And as we've discussed throughout this chapter, the more others seem to be doing something, the more likely people are to think that thing is right or normal and what they should be doing as well. #Quote by Jonah Berger
Chapter quotes by Jean Vanier
#110. The next chapter is about belonging: the essential need we have to be and to share with others. The human heart is a place of freedom. We can be obliged to follow the law but not to love, because "true love casts out fear." Our society grows in justice and peace as we allow energies of love and concern for all to rise up in ourselves. #Quote by Jean Vanier
Chapter quotes by Cora Carmack
#111. Maybe it was because we were both actors. Maybe it was just because of who we were. But I could see in her eyes that she knew, too. This was the end of a chapter.
Cade #Quote by Cora Carmack
Chapter quotes by Charles Dickens
Chapter quotes by Erin Blakemore
#113. When we focus on people and life instead of material possessions and mere wants, there's not much room for emotional hand-wringing. Instead, there's more space to weigh what we value in our lives and to acknowledge what really counts. Chapter 9 Simplicity Laura Ingalls in The Long Winter #Quote by Erin Blakemore
Chapter quotes by J.K. Rowling
#114. CHAPTER NINE GRIM #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#115. We should bury the bodies," Sam said.
Gabriel shook her head. "We haven't got time. There are two hundred and sixty seven bodies here. Do you know how long that would take? #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#116. It's not often that you have me at a disadvantage, is it? I wouldn't get used to it."
Aimi laughed. "All talk, big man. We'll see how you go at training this afternoon, sunshine." She blew him a kiss and closed the door softly on her way out. #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Darcy Leech
#117. Her words felt like a new beginning, a turning of a page, and, ominously, rang like the beginning of a final chapter. #Quote by Darcy Leech
Chapter quotes by Tarryn Fisher
#118. I am not just reading a book; I am invested in the book. If George, Denver, and Stephanie Brown don't get their shit together, I am never going to read another book again. Kit enjoys my commitment to their story, but we don't talk about it in front of Della. Della was a part of the Twilight mania, and after reading one chapter of Kit's untitled manuscript she asked if there were werewolves or vampires in the story. Kit shut her down real fast after that. #Quote by Tarryn Fisher
Chapter quotes by Takehiko Inoue
#119. You're always with me. But that must also be some version of you that i made up inside my head #Quote by Takehiko Inoue
Chapter quotes by Courtney Peppernell
#120. You spend your whole life convincing yourself you are a chapter worth following, and then someone comes along and doesn't want to read the ending, and suddenly the whole story falls apart #Quote by Courtney Peppernell
Chapter quotes by Louis Sachar
#121. The Warden owns the shade."-Chapter 1.5 #Quote by Louis Sachar
Chapter quotes by Mark Romang
#122. fortieth chapter of Isaiah. "He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak, #Quote by Mark Romang
Chapter quotes by N.D. Wilson
#123. Do not resent your place in the story. Do not imagine yourself elsewhere. Do not close your eyes and picture a world without thorns, without shadows, without hawks. Change this world. Use your body like a tool meant to be used up, discarded, and replaced. Better every life you touch. We will reach the final chapter. When we have eyes that can stare into the sun, eyes that only squint for the Shenikah, then we will see laughing children pulling cobras by their tails, and hawks and rabbits playing tag. #Quote by N.D. Wilson
Chapter quotes by Issai Chozanshi
#124. When you gamble for tiles, you are skillful. When you gamble for your belt buckle, you begin to hesitate; and when you gamble for gold, you get confused. Your skill is the same, but you get cautious because you value something outside yourself. When you do this you become awkward inside."
Lieh Tzu, Chapter 2 #Quote by Issai Chozanshi
Chapter quotes by Joanna Scott
#125. The novelist in me is probably hiding behind all the stories I write, looking for ways to connect them and continue the conversation with readers. Maybe I'm writing one long narrative, and each book, however different from the last, is just a chapter. #Quote by Joanna Scott
Chapter quotes by Alyxandra Harvey
#126. She craned her neck, glared at me through the small opening, and took a step back.
And then she kicked my door in.
Was it any wonder I was falling for her?"
"Chapter 24 #Quote by Alyxandra Harvey
Chapter quotes by Lillie Langtry
#127. Each little chapter has its place. #Quote by Lillie Langtry
Chapter quotes by Peter Singer
#128. Ben West, one of the effective altruists mentioned in chapter 4, has shown that even if your goal were solely to slow down climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, you could do that more effectively by donating to organizations that are encouraging people to go vegetarian or vegan than by donating to leading carbon-offsetting organizations. #Quote by Peter Singer
Chapter quotes by Barack Obama
#129. As the United States begins a new chapter in our relationship with Cuba, we hope it will create an environment that improves the lives of the Cuban people, not because it is imposed by us, the United States, but through the talent and ingenuity and aspirations, and the conversations among Cubans from all walks of life so they can decide what the best course is for their prosperity. #Quote by Barack Obama
Chapter quotes by S. C. Lourie
#130. Breathe, darling. This is just a chapter. It's not your whole story. #Quote by S. C. Lourie
Chapter quotes by Ian McKellen
#131. What's upsetting about an autobiography is that the final chapter is always missing. I mean, you want the death, don't you? #Quote by Ian McKellen
Chapter quotes by Auriel H.
#132. Three years later, a new girl sits cross-legged on your bed.
She tastes like a different flavor of bubblegum than you are used to.
She opens up a book that you had to read in high school, and a folded picture of us falls out of chapter three.
Now there are two unfinished stories resting in her lap.
Inevitably, she asks, and you tell her.

You say: I dated her a while back.
You don't say: Sometimes, when I'm holding you, I imagine the smell of her vanilla perfume.

You say: She was younger than me.
You don't say: The sixteen summers in her bones warmed the eighteen winters my skin had weathered.

You say: It's nothing now.
You don't say: But it was everything then. #Quote by Auriel H.
Chapter quotes by Alyxandra Harvey
#133. Hunter pulled away, rolling her eyes.
"Hey, where are you going?" I murmured. "We're not done making up."
"We're in crisis mode out there," she answered, reluctantly taking another step back.
"It's always crisis mode in this house," I said with disgust."
"Chapter 24 #Quote by Alyxandra Harvey
Chapter quotes by Shirley Chisholm
#134. When the Kerner Commission told white America what black America has always known, that prejudice and hatred built the nation's slums, maintains them and profits by them, white America could not believe it. But it is true. Unless we start to fight and defeat the enemies in our own country, poverty and racism, and make our talk of equality and opportunity ring true, we are exposed in the eyes of the world as hypocrites when we talk about making people free - (Chapter 9). #Quote by Shirley Chisholm
Chapter quotes by Ambrosius Theodosius Macrobius
#135. Certain portions of the earth, escaping utter destruction, become the seedbeds for replenishing the human race, and so it happens that on a world that is not young there are young populations having no culture, whose traditions were swept away in a debacle; they wander over the earth and gradually put aside the roughness of a nomadic existence and by natural inclunation submit to communities and associations; their mode of living is at first simple, knowking no guile and strange to cunning, called in its early stage the Golden Age. [16] The more these populations progress in civilization and employment of the arts, the more easily does the spirit of rivalry creep in, at first commendable but imperceptibly changing to envy; this, then, is responsible for all the tribulations that the race suffers in subsequent ages. So much for the vicissitudes that civilizations experience, of perishing and arising again, as the world goes on unchanged.
[Chapter X - 15,16] #Quote by Ambrosius Theodosius Macrobius
Chapter quotes by Sefi Atta
#136. I don't have a schedule, but I can write for hours non-stop. If I'm drafting a book, I try and do a chapter a day. I dislike first drafts. Revision is a lot more fun, but it takes years. #Quote by Sefi Atta
Chapter quotes by Anonymous
#137. Have followed me, in the regeneration when the Son of man shall sit in the throne of his glory, ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel. MAT19.29 And every one that hath forsaken houses, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my name's sake, shall receive an hundredfold, and shall inherit everlasting life. MAT19.30 But many that are first shall be last; and the last shall be first. CHAPTER 20 MAT20 OT PS NT CH BK #Quote by Anonymous
Chapter quotes by Veronica Roth
#138. I also don't believe that whatever come after life depends on my correctly reciting a list of my transgressions-that sounds too much like an Erudite afterlife to me, all accuracy and no feeling. #Quote by Veronica Roth
Chapter quotes by Gail Collins
#139. At first, I felt bad judging an entire state by one county political official, but then I found out Morrison had also helped screen public school textbooks, a topic which is another chapter in my book. The Alamo is managed by the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, a group whose members can claim a relative who was living in Texas during the revolution. The fight over mismanagement of the Alamo has been going on for years. #Quote by Gail Collins
Chapter quotes by William J. Federer
#140. Concentrated power is bad"

"(name of chapter) #Quote by William J. Federer
Chapter quotes by Agatha Christie
#141. Ah! Madame, I reserve the explanations for the last chapter. #Quote by Agatha Christie
Chapter quotes by Anonymous
#142. For even if the greatest sinner worships me with all his soul, he must be considered righteous, because of his righteous will. And he shall soon become pure and reach everlasting peace. For this is my word of promise, that he who loves me shall not perish. -Krishna; Chapter 9, verses 30–31. #Quote by Anonymous
Chapter quotes by Kare Anderson
#143. To turn the page to the next chapter of a more satisfying life-as-adventure, these steps that have proved fruitful for me -- when I've actually followed them.
1. Find Your True North to Become More Joyful
First be clear about choosing a goal that rings true. Forget "should" or adopting someone else's goal for you.

2. Picture Being Your Hero
Afraid you will fail? Supplant your fear with a greater motivation. When you are tempted to fall back, picture how you'll feel when you succeed. ." Rather than talking about what you are giving up or how you might fail, reflect upon and discuss the benefits you clearly see.

3. Surround Yourself With Mutual Support Systems
To keep your resolve, surround yourself with those who want you to succeed - and who are also on a path of practice. Agree on shared and individual behaviors that reinforce your mutual support. The authors of Influencer found that is the only way to permanently change.

4. Involve Your Senses To Stay On Your Path
Tie your goal for your new chapter to your frequent experiences. Write it down. Say it out loud. Associate it with things you see, hear, smell, taste and touch every day. Plant sticky messages on your bathroom mirror, your car dashboard and smart device screen. Smell your shampoo and connect it with living that chapter. Brush your teeth and feel the motion towards it.

5. Notice Where You Get Detoured
Notice your pattern of avoidance. What ac #Quote by Kare Anderson
Chapter quotes by Erin Wasson
#144. Each piece of jewellery tells a story of my life. Picking one particular piece as a favorite would be like taking a chapter out of a book. #Quote by Erin Wasson
Chapter quotes by Herman Melville
#145. CHAPTER 64 Stubb's Supper #Quote by Herman Melville
Chapter quotes by NisiOisiN
#146. Just so you know, Araragi-kun, I hate romantic comedies where it is obvious the two will get together at the end but lukewarm developments keep them at an in-between more-than-friends-less-than-lovers state chapter after chapter just to keep the story going."
" ... I see."
"Incidentally, I also hate sports manga where each match takes an entire year and yet you know they are going to win in the end. I also hate battle manga where it is clear they will defeat the final boss and bring peace to the world, but the battles with weaker enemies go on forever."
"I think you just covered every shounen manga and shoujo manga in existence."
- Senjougahara Hitagi & Araragi Koyomi #Quote by NisiOisiN
Chapter quotes by Claudia Pavel
#147. You - a sight for sore eyes,
a touch of brush on canvas,
an enclave on my wicked heart,
a ludicrous perfect composition
of selected words, of an unknown poet,
such perfection,
uniquely spread in a human being.

(Excerpted from The runner, chapter Pain) #Quote by Claudia Pavel
Chapter quotes by John Crowley
#148. Oh God how subtle he would have to be, how cunning ... No paragraph, no phrase even of the thousands the book must contain could strike a discordant note, be less than fully imagined, an entire novel's worth of thought would have to be expended on each one. His attention had only to lapse for a moment, between preposition and object, colophon and chapter heading, for dead spots to appear like gangrene that would rot the whole. Silkworms didn't work as finely or as patiently as he must, and yet boldness was all, the large stroke, the end contained in and prophesied by the beginning, the stains of his clouds infinitely various but all signifying sunrise. Unity in diversity, all that guff. An enormous weariness flew over him. The trouble with drink, he had long known, wasn't that it started up these large things but that it belittled the awful difficulties of their execution. ("Novelty") #Quote by John Crowley
Chapter quotes by Philip K. Dick
#149. There are celebrated literary lions who've won Pulitzers and Booker prizes for ideas that Dick would toss aside in an early chapter, but ... oh, what's the use. You evidently already know the score, because you're reading this. #Quote by Philip K. Dick
Chapter quotes by John Lewis Gaddis
#150. I expressed skepticism, in the first chapter, about the utility of time machines in historical research. I especially advised against graduate students relying on them, because of the limited perspective you tend to get from being plunked down in some particular part of the past, and the danger of not getting back in time for your orals. #Quote by John Lewis Gaddis
Chapter quotes by Liliana Shelbrook
Chapter quotes by Henry James
#152. That's a compliment," said Gertrude. "I put all the compliments I receive into a little money-jug that has a slit in the side. I shake them up and down, and they rattle. There are not many yet - only two or three." (Chapter 6) #Quote by Henry James
Chapter quotes by J.J. Hensley
#153. Is it loaded?"
Moving the pillow and carefully holding the murder weapon, he asked, "Expecting trouble?"
"If you expect it, it never comes."
RESOLVE by J.J. Hensley - Chapter 20 #Quote by J.J. Hensley
Chapter quotes by Elizabeth Goudge
#154. He remembered suddenly, at this moment, as he looked at the squares of moonlight lying on the floor, the time when he had first realized that pain is a thing that we must face and come to terms with if life is to be lived with dignity an not merely muddled through like an evil dream ... In some vague way he had understood that dark things are necessary; without them the silver moonlight would just stream away into nothingness, but with them it can be held and arranged into beautiful squares. (David Eliot, Chapter 4) #Quote by Elizabeth Goudge
Chapter quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#155. Poppy was busy with needlework, stitching a pair of men's slippers with bright wool threads, while Beatrix played solitaire on the floor near the hearth. Noticing the way her youngest sister was riffling through the cards, Amelia laughed. "Beatrix," she said after Win had finished a chapter, "why in heaven's name would you cheat at solitaire? You're playing against yourself."
"Then there's no one to object when I cheat."
"It's not whether you win but how you win that's important," Amelia said.
"I've heard that before, and I don't agree at all. It's much nicer to win."
Poppy shook her head over her embroidery. "Beatrix, you are positively shameless."
"And a winner," Beatrix said with satisfaction, laying down the exact card she wanted. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Chapter quotes by Leylah Attar
#156. You're like the broken chapter of my favorite story. #Quote by Leylah Attar
Chapter quotes by Jesse Jackson, Jr.
#157. The event itself is so extraordinary that another chapter could be added to the Bible to chronicle its significance. #Quote by Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Chapter quotes by Kris Vallotton
#158. I do not know who coined the statement "an idle mind is the devil's playground," but it is true. When camping in dangerous places, it is often recommended that you keep a campfire going to keep the predators away. When we set our hearts on fire, demonic predators stay out of our camp, which is my main point in this chapter. The apostle Paul put it best: "Love never fails" (see 1 Corinthians 13:8). We have spent several chapters talking about how to win spiritual battles in our own lives and in the lives of others. But when all else fails, remember this: Love cannot be defeated. #Quote by Kris Vallotton
Chapter quotes by Cassandra Clare
#159. Write every day. Don't kill yourself. I think a lot of people think, 'I have to write a chapter a day' and they can't. They fall behind and stop doing it. But if you just write even one hundred words a day, it's not that much. By the end of a month, you'll have three thousand words, which is one chapter. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Chapter quotes by Henry James
#160. He gave me a look, but in the dusk I couldn't make out very well what it conveyed. Then he bent over his mother, kissing her. "My news isn't particularly satisfactory. I'm going for you." "Oh you humbug!" she replied. But she was of course delighted. CHAPTER #Quote by Henry James
Chapter quotes by Anna Carey
#161. Leif gripped Benny's shoulders to hold him back, but he broke free and chased the truck, pumping his tiny arms and legs with great furry.
"I love you!" he called out, when he was just ten feet away. I gripped the metal bars, my throat choked with emotion.
"I love you!" Silas cried, as he followed.
They both kept after us, sprinting wildly behind the cage. I watched their mouths moving, saying those words over and again, as the truck bounded through the woods and their small bodies disappeared, unreachable, behind the trees. #Quote by Anna Carey
Chapter quotes by Robert Stone
#162. I write a very rough first draft of every chapter, then I rewrite every chapter. I try to get it down in the first rewrite, but some chapters I can't get quite right the third time. There are some I go over and over and over again. #Quote by Robert Stone
Chapter quotes by Alyxandra Harvey
#163. Where is Nicholas?" Kieran asked.
"He's locked in a closet," Lucy said with grim satisfaction. After a moment of stunned silence, Quinn snorted out a laugh.
"You locked your boyfriend in a closet?" I asked.
"Cool," Chloe approved. The rhinestones on her earrings caught the blue lantern light.
Lucy shrugged. "Serves him right. He locked me in there last week."
"Chapter 11 #Quote by Alyxandra Harvey
Chapter quotes by Christie Cote
#164. Life is like reading a book ... Sometimes when you need to move forward you just have to start the next chapter. #Quote by Christie Cote
Chapter quotes by Teju Cole
#165. The blurbs on the flyleaf, written by leading American historians, were fulsome, praising the book for shedding light on a forgotten chapter in colonial history. #Quote by Teju Cole
Chapter quotes by Eric Lange
#166. I've been trying to give as much attention and focus to my life as well as my career. It's hard because the career is money, but putting that before day-to-day needs isn't something that can last indefinitely. I'm excited to begin the next chapter of my life with an amazing woman. #Quote by Eric Lange
Chapter quotes by Heather Moehn
#167. Learning from Negative Experiences

Many people with social anxiety can remember certain events that contributed to their fears. Martin knows exactly why he is afraid to speak in class.

When I was in seventh-grade science class, the teacher had each student read aloud a paragraph from the textbook. It was a chapter on different types of organisms. When it was my turn, I accidentally said "orgasm" instead of "organism." Everyone howled with laughter, including the teacher. I felt so embarrassed. My face was bright red and I wanted to hide. Kids teased me about it for a long time. Ever since then, I am terrified about reading anything aloud. Sometimes, I am even afraid of simply speaking.

This event, together with Martin's biochemistry and genes, set him up to have a form of social anxiety. People who don't have the same heightened sense of awareness or the same chemicals rushing through their bodies may not have been upset by this event. They may have laughed with the class or even have been able to make fun of themselves. #Quote by Heather Moehn
Chapter quotes by Alex Morritt
#168. New Year - a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story ? Ultimately we write it. The choice is ours. #Quote by Alex Morritt
Chapter quotes by Lawrence M. Krauss
#169. Does this prove that our universe arose from nothing? Of course not. But it does take us one rather large step closer to the plausibility of such a scenario. And it removes one more of the objections that might have been leveled against the argument of creation from nothing as described in the previous chapter. There, "nothing" meant empty but preexisting space combined with fixed and well-known laws of physics. Now the requirement of space has been removed. But, remarkably, as we shall next discuss, even the laws of physics may not be necessary or required. #Quote by Lawrence M. Krauss
Chapter quotes by Italo Calvino
#170. The novel begins in a railway station, a locomotive huffs, steam from a piston covers the opening of the chapter, a cloud of smoke hides part of the first paragraph. #Quote by Italo Calvino
Chapter quotes by Augustine Of Hippo
#171. Further, all men are to be loved equally. But since you cannot do good to all, you are to pay special regard to those who, by the accidents of time, or place, or circumstance, are brought into closer connection with you. For, suppose that you had a great deal of some commodity, and felt bound to give it away to somebody who had none, and that it could not be given to more than one person; if two persons presented themselves, neither of whom had either from need or relationship a greater claim upon you than the other, you could do nothing fairer than choose by lot to which you would give what could not be given to both. Just so among men: since you cannot consult for the good of them all, you must take the matter as decided for you by a sort of lot, according as each man happens for the time being to be more closely connected with you.
Book 1, Chapter 28 - How we are to decide whom to aid #Quote by Augustine Of Hippo
Chapter quotes by ErraticErrata
#172. Always mistrust these three: a battle that seems won, a chancellor who smiles and a ruler calling you friend."
– Extract from the personal journals of Dread Emperor Terribilis II #Quote by ErraticErrata
Chapter quotes by Herman Melville
#173. Signs and wonders, eh? Pity if there is nothing wonderful in signs, and significant in wonders! There's a clue somewhere; wait a bit; hist--hark! By Jove, I have it! Look, you Doubloon, your zodiac here is the life of man in one round chapter; and now I'll read it off, straight out of the book. Come, Almanack! To begin: there's Aries, or the Ram--lecherous dog, he begets us; then, Taurus, or the Bull--he bumps us the first thing; then Gemini, or the Twins--that is, Virtue and Vice; we try to reach Virtue, when lo! comes Cancer the Crab, and drags us back; and here, going from Virtue, Leo, a roaring Lion, lies in the path--he gives a few fierce bites and surly dabs with his paw; we escape, and hail Virgo, the Virgin! that's our first love; we marry and think to be happy for aye, when pop comes Libra, or Scales--happiness weighed and found wanting; and while we are very sad about that, Lord! how we suddenly jump, as Scorpio, or the Scorpion, stings us in rear; we are curing the wound, when whang comes the arrows all round; Sagittarius, or the Archer, is amusing himself. As we pluck out the shafts, stand aside! here's the battering-ram, Capricornus, or the Goat; full tilt, he comes rushing and headlong we are tossed; when Aquarius, or the the Waterbearer, pours out his whole deluge and drowns us; and, to wind up, with Pisces, or the Fishes, we sleep. There's a sermon now, writ in high heaven, and the sun goes through it every year, and yet comes out of it all alive and hearty. #Quote by Herman Melville
Chapter quotes by Herman Melville
#174. Yes, there is death in this business of whaling - a speechlessly quick chaotic bundling of a man into Eternity. But what then? Methinks we have hugely mistaken this matter of Life and Death. Methinks that what they call my shadow here on earth is my true substance. Methinks that in looking at things spiritual, we are too much like oysters observing the sun through the water, and thinking that thick water the thinnest of air. Methinks my body is but the lees of my better being. In fact take my body who will, take it I say, it is not me. And therefore three cheers for Nantucket; and come a stove boat and stove body when they will, for stave my soul, Jove himself cannot. CHAPTER #Quote by Herman Melville
Chapter quotes by Erik Dietrich
#175. I became
a sponge. A new chapter began in my own education, and I dual
majored in corporate politics and software development in the real
world. #Quote by Erik Dietrich
Chapter quotes by Haruki Murakami
#176. No Good News in This Chapter #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Chapter quotes by Margaret Atwood
#177. There's always a black market, there's always something that can be exchanged. #Quote by Margaret Atwood
Chapter quotes by Donna Karan
#178. I think we're on a journey ... It was very easy to write about my past in my book, but writing about the present is all a new chapter. I hope that people find this journey fascinating, informative and educational. #Quote by Donna Karan
Chapter quotes by Ranbir Kapoor
#179. I'm quite detached from failure and success. Once a shooting is done, I kind of close that chapter in my life. #Quote by Ranbir Kapoor
Chapter quotes by Susan Meissner
#180. Think of England as a very large book. The Cotswolds would be an unfussy chapter in the middle somewhere where there is lots of limestone and even more sheep. #Quote by Susan Meissner
Chapter quotes by Deborah Moggach
#181. Remember you are everything, or you are nothing. If you are everything, then your heart is so big it can hold all of humanity within itself, you have no jealousy or narrowness. You are in the heart of every creature and every creature is in your heart. There is only bliss.
Intro to Part 2, Chapter 4. Credit given to Swami Purna. #Quote by Deborah Moggach
Chapter quotes by Erich Maria Remarque
#182. Let the months and years come, they can take nothing from me, they can take nothing more. I am so alone, and so without hope that I can confront them without fear. The life that has borne me through these years is still in my hands and my eyes. Whether I have subdued it, I know not. But so long as it is there it will seek its own way out, heedless of the will that is within me.
-All Quiet On The Western Front, Chapter 12 #Quote by Erich Maria Remarque
Chapter quotes by Mikhail Bulgakov
#183. Eh, Nikanor Ivanovich!' the unknown man exclaimed soulfully. 'What are official and unofficial persons? It all depends on your point of view on the subject. It's all fluctuating and relative, Nikanor Ivanovich. Today I'm a unofficial person, and tomorrow, lo and behold, I'm an official one! And it happens the other way round -oh, how it does! - Chapter 9 #Quote by Mikhail Bulgakov
Chapter quotes by Thucydides
#184. Most people, in fact, will not take the trouble in finding out the truth, but are much more inclined to accept the first story they hear. #Quote by Thucydides
Chapter quotes by Mike Tyson
#185. I like the hip writers: Fitzgerald, the guy who committed suicide, Hemingway, all those guys. Some of them were alcoholics and drug addicts but they had fun. They were real people. They formed the culture of American literature. Hemingway admired Tolstoy, Tolstoy admired Pushkin, and Mailer admired Hemingway. It all flows down. The greats are all connected. One day I'm gonna write a book myself. The first chapter will be about what a rough deal my momma got. She believed in you guys and your society. #Quote by Mike Tyson
Chapter quotes by Teresa Of Avila
#186. It is of great importance, when we begin to practise prayer, not to let ourselves be frightened by our own thoughts. #Quote by Teresa Of Avila
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#187. Hello, Samael," she said, her voice like rustling silk.

Sam was speechless. How did such a creature even know his name? He opened his mouth to speak and then closed it again. What to say? He had never been good at talking to girls – #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Julian Jaynes
#188. Indeed I have begun in this fashion, and place great importance on this opening chapter, for unless you are here convinced that a civilization without consciousness is possible, you will find the discussion that follows unconvincing and paradoxical. #Quote by Julian Jaynes
Chapter quotes by Phillip W. Simpson
#189. Twelve years earlier "And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming." Thessalonians 2:8 #Quote by Phillip W. Simpson
Chapter quotes by Sara Wolf
#190. Struggling through young adulthood is half the fun, or so I've been told. Except we all know that's bullshit. It wasn't fun at all. It was painful, and now I just wanna go somewhere no one knows me, start the next chapter of my life fresh. But I can't. #Quote by Sara Wolf
Chapter quotes by Ann Aguirre
#191. We can figure something out." My tone was soft, thick with threatening tears. Losing Ty and Sam would break my world open like a tremor on a fault line.
"No, sweetness. We can't."
Chapter Twenty-Two #Quote by Ann Aguirre
Chapter quotes by John Ashbery
#192. The Recent Past

Perhaps we ought to feel with more imagination.
As today the sky 70 degrees above zero with lines falling
The way September moves a lace curtain to be near a pear,
The oddest device can't be usual. And that is where
The pejorative sense of fear moves axles. In the stars
There is no longer any peace, emptied like a cup of coffee
Between the blinding rain that interviews.

You were my quintuplets when I decided to leave you
Opening a picture book the pictures were all of grass
Slowly the book was on fire, you the reader
Sitting with specs full of smoke exclaimed
How it was a rhyme for "brick" or "redder."
The next chapter told all about a brook.
You were beginning to see the relation when a tidal wave
Arrived with sinking ships that spelled out "Aladdin."
I thought about the Arab boy in his cave
But the thoughts came faster than advice.
If you knew that snow was a still toboggan in space
The print could rhyme with "fallen star. #Quote by John Ashbery
Chapter quotes by Virginia Henley
#193. I begin early in the morning and edit everything I wrote the previous day. I write until mid-afternoon. My goal is to write a chapter per week, and if I am not finished by Friday, I write on the weekend. I get a lot of fan emails and answer them every day. In the late afternoon, I attend to the business of publishing, etc. #Quote by Virginia Henley
Chapter quotes by Samantha Trenoweth
#194. Sexism is not confined by border, race, class, sexuality or gender and, to my mind (and Margo Kingston's in Chapter 6), it is inextricably bound up with a mindset of entitlement that also afflicts our relationship with the planet. #Quote by Samantha Trenoweth
Chapter quotes by John Agyekum Kufuor
#195. With God's help and guidance, we shall soon see the end of this most unpleasant chapter in our history. #Quote by John Agyekum Kufuor
Chapter quotes by Sam Carrington
#196. CHAPTER NINETY DI Wade 'How are #Quote by Sam Carrington
Chapter quotes by J.K. Rowling
#197. Yes, Harry, you can love, said Dumbledore, who looked as though he knew perfectly well what Harry had just refrained from saying. Which, given everything that has happened to you, is a great and remarkable thing. #Quote by J.K. Rowling
Chapter quotes by Jeff Lindsay
#198. He smiled at me, the irritating, superior kind of smile that I would love to try sometime when I wasn't in disguise. "You didn't read your history, did you?" he said. "I don't think this chapter was assigned. What are you talking about? #Quote by Jeff Lindsay
Chapter quotes by Jim Donovan
#199. It saddens me when I see older people using canes and walkers, especially since I know, in many cases, it could have been prevented. With the exception of accidents and injuries, the crippling effects of aging we see are the result of poor health choices, a sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and most of all, the acceptance that this is a "normal" part of the aging process. It is not. This will become quite clear as you read in Chapter 8 what the various health authorities have to say. #Quote by Jim Donovan
Chapter quotes by Poppy Z. Brite
#200. In the Netherlands I read the first chapter of Exquisite Corpse to an audience that laughed in all the places I thought were funny - an experience I've never had in America! #Quote by Poppy Z. Brite

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