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Dallas Stone quotes by Suzanne Young
#1. Dallas closes the leather case, set to store it away in her closet. She looks at the message one last time, memorizes it, and leaves the postcard on the table before she walks away. You matter. #Quote by Suzanne Young
Dallas Stone quotes by J.M. Stone
#2. Aun' Emmy?" Hayden piped up in her little voice.

"Yeah, baby doll?" I asked her, giving her a quick squeeze as she cuddled into my side on the couch.

"Whas' a gorgamsm?"

"A what?" I asked her, not understanding what she said.

"A gorgamsm. I heared Mommy talkin' bout it on the 'pone. Whas' is it?"

"Um, I'm not sure, honey. What did Mommy say about it on the phone?" I asked, kinda scared about the answer I would get.

"Hers said it was sumfing that my Daddy gived her an' it was 'mazin' an' made her toes curled up. If I have a gorgamsm will my toes curled up, too? #Quote by J.M. Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt
#3. A stumbling block to the pessimist is a stepping-stone to the optimist. #Quote by Eleanor Roosevelt
Dallas Stone quotes by George R R Martin
#4. Yet even so, Jon Snow was not sorry he had come. There were wonders here as well. He had seen sunlight flashing on icy thin waterfalls as they plunged over the lips of sheer stone cliffs, and a mountain meadow full of autumn wildflowers, blue coldsnaps and bright scarlet frostfires and stands of piper's grass in russet and gold. He had peered down ravines so deep and black they seemed certain to end in some hell, and he had ridden his garron over a wind-eaten bridge of natural stone with nothing but sky to either side. Eagles nested in the heights and came down to hunt the valleys, circling effortlessly on great blue-grey wings that seemed almost part of the sky. #Quote by George R R Martin
Dallas Stone quotes by Baruch Spinoza
#5. Further conceive, I beg, that a stone, while continuing in motion, should be capable of thinking and knowing, that it is endeavoring, as far as it can, to continue to move. Such a stone, being conscious merely of its own endeavor and not at all indifferent, would believe itself to be completely free, and would think that it continued in motion solely because of its own wish. This is that human freedom, which all boast that they possess, and which consists solely in the fact, that men are conscious of their own desire, but are ignorant of the causes whereby that desire has been determined. #Quote by Baruch Spinoza
Dallas Stone quotes by Peter Matthiessen
#6. It's a simplification to say that the men [during Stone Age] went to war to maintain their dominance over the women. The men would help dig agricultural ditches because they were superb farmers. That was very heavy lifting work. But then they just preened themselves, and put bird-of-paradise plumes [in their hair], and smoked dope. #Quote by Peter Matthiessen
Dallas Stone quotes by James Henry Hammond
#7. I endorse without reserve the much-abused sentiment of Gov. M'Duffie, that "slavery is the corner stone of our Republican edifice;" while I repudiate, as ridiculously absurd, that much-lauded but nowhere accredited dogma of Mr. Jefferson, that "all men are born equal. #Quote by James Henry Hammond
Dallas Stone quotes by Stone Gossard
#8. I like myself. I think I'm cool. But I think when you're in a band you take on a role within the band, and I think people over the course of years can identify those roles as almost being bigger than just the individual. I don't know. It's kind of hard to talk about. #Quote by Stone Gossard
Dallas Stone quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#9. Art is craft: all art is always and essentially a work of craft: but in the true work of art, before the craft and after it, is some essential durable core of being, which is what the craft works on, and shows, and sets free. The statue in the stone. How does the artist find that, see it, before it's visible? That is a real question. #Quote by Ursula K. Le Guin
Dallas Stone quotes by Biz Stone
#10. Balancing family and work is a top priority for me, and I treat it as such. Meaning, I actually put specific family time and events in my calendar so that precious time is dedicated and properly blocked off from any work that may try to sneak its way into my schedule. #Quote by Biz Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Julie Anne Peters
#11. The stone bench is gray. The grass is gray. My life is dirty gray #Quote by Julie Anne Peters
Dallas Stone quotes by Robin Wall Kimmerer
#12. There is an ancient conversation going on between mosses and rocks, poetry to be sure. About light and shadow and the drift of continents. This is what has been called the "dialect of moss on stone - an interface of immensity and minute ness, of past and present, softness and hardness, stillness and vibrancy, yin and yan. #Quote by Robin Wall Kimmerer
Dallas Stone quotes by Dallas Willard
#13. Great power requires great character if it is to be a blessing and not a curse, and that character is something we only grow toward. #Quote by Dallas Willard
Dallas Stone quotes by Evan Esar
#14. The diamond is the hardest stone
to get. #Quote by Evan Esar
Dallas Stone quotes by Aimee Bender
#15. In Murakami's short story 'The Kidney-Shaped Stone That Moves Every Day,' the main character is a writer. In describing the act of writing to a tightrope walker, he says, 'What a writer is *supposed* to do is observe and observe and observe again, and put off making judgments to the last possible moment.' I think that is a beautiful description of writing; it lets the world be, but also there is a moment, finally, of some kind of opinion. There is that moment, but to hold it off is a lovely and worthwhile goal. #Quote by Aimee Bender
Dallas Stone quotes by Natalie Massenet
#16. Customers want new things, and the way that they get them isn't written in stone. #Quote by Natalie Massenet
Dallas Stone quotes by Michael Bassey Johnson
#17. A little inhumanity does not describe you as heartless, rather, it is a way of telling others that you have a heart that can get angry. #Quote by Michael Bassey Johnson
Dallas Stone quotes by Damon Knight
#18. There are more riddles in a stone than in a philosopher's head #Quote by Damon Knight
Dallas Stone quotes by Rebecca McNutt
#19. Tony had spent a great deal of time dwelling on whoever this poor Disney hostess must have been, not as a casualty but as a person. She never got to be an adult, he'd told himself in horror. #Quote by Rebecca McNutt
Dallas Stone quotes by Andy Goldsworthy
#20. My art is an attempt to reach beyond the surface appearance. I want to see growth in wood, time in stone, nature in a city, and I do not mean its parks but a deeper understanding that a city is nature too-the ground upon which it is built, the stone with which it is made. #Quote by Andy Goldsworthy
Dallas Stone quotes by H.D.
#21. I have tasted words, I have seen them. Never had her hands reached out in darkness and felt the texture of pure marble, never had her forehead bent forward and, as against a stone altar, felt safety. I am now saved. Her mind could not then so specifically have seen it, could not have said, Now I will reveal myself in words, words may now supercede a scheme of mathematical-biological definition. Words may be my heritage and with words ... A lady will be set back in the sky ... there was hope in a block of unsubstantiated marble, words could carve and set up solid altars ... Thought followed the wing that beat its silver into seven-branched larch boughs. #Quote by H.D.
Dallas Stone quotes by Colum McCann
#22. He told me once that there was no better faith than a wounded faith and sometimes I wonder if that is what he was doing all along
trying to wound his faith in order to test it
and I was just another stone in the way of his God. #Quote by Colum McCann
Dallas Stone quotes by Dallas Willard
#23. Anything done in anger can be done better without it! #Quote by Dallas Willard
Dallas Stone quotes by Zeresenay Alemseged
#24. I learned that the first technology appeared in the form of stone tools, 2.6 million years ago. First entertainment comes evidence from flutes that are 35,000 years old. And evidence for first design comes 75,000 years old - beads. And you can do the same with your genes and track them back in time. #Quote by Zeresenay Alemseged
Dallas Stone quotes by Oscar Wilde
#25. The very violence of a revolution may make the public grand and splendid for a moment. It was a fatal day when the public discovered that the pen is mightier than the paving-stone, and can be made as offensive as the brickbat. They at once sought for the journalist, found him, developed him, and made him their industrious and well-paid servant. It is greatly to be regretted, for both their sakes. Behind the barricade there may be much that is noble and heroic. But what is there behind the leading-article but prejudice, stupidity, cant and twaddle? #Quote by Oscar Wilde
Dallas Stone quotes by Alex Tizon
#26. A month before the Treasure Fleet's maiden voyage, at the age of thirty-four, Zheng He commissioned an epitaph inscribed on a stone pillar over his father's grave in Yunnan province. He worshiped his father, who had died in battle. The epitaph, one of only three known testimonials from the admiral, described his father's character:

'He was content as an ordinary commoner, but he was brave and decisive in his ordinary life. There was no one in this community who did not look up to him. When he encountered the unfortunate, including widows, orphans, and others with no one to rely on, he routinely offered protection and aid. He cherished the bestowal of extraordinary favours. By nature, he was fond of doing good.'

This revelation of a softer version of manhood as the ideal in much of Asia provided another piece of the answer to the question of how Westerners came to perceive Asians as less masculine. #Quote by Alex Tizon
Dallas Stone quotes by Charles De Lint
#27. Stone walls confine a tinker; cold iron binds a witch; but a musician's music can never be fettered, for it lives first in her heart and mind. #Quote by Charles De Lint
Dallas Stone quotes by Roger Stone
#28. To make the news, often you must create news. #Quote by Roger Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Matt Stone
#29. Ripping on Republicans is not that fun for us only because everyone else does it. #Quote by Matt Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Courtney Allison Moulton
#30. Oh, excellent," Ethan Stone said. "A way out. Good thing I was sure to be bitten by a radioactive spider so I can scale these walls and ceiling and shimmy my arse right out of here."
Will studied the wall shaft for a long moment. "I don't think that would work. #Quote by Courtney Allison Moulton
Dallas Stone quotes by Eknath Easwaran
#31. There is a tale of a man who found on the road a large stone bearing the words, "Under me lies a great truth." The man strained to turn the stone over and finally succeeded. On the bottom was written, "Why do you want a new truth when you do not practice what you already know? #Quote by Eknath Easwaran
Dallas Stone quotes by Naomi Alderman
#32. Not even a stone is the same as another stone #Quote by Naomi Alderman
Dallas Stone quotes by Lisa Carlisle
#33. What a surprising turn of events. He'd only come out here to question the intruder he'd spotted while watching from his stone repose. Instead, he'd found a gargoyle who needed a place to stay. Not what he'd expected. #Quote by Lisa Carlisle
Dallas Stone quotes by Madeline Miller
#34. His eyes were discs of ignited gold, but I did not look away. 'If I do this thing,' he said, 'it is the last I will ever do for you. Do not come begging again.'

'Father,' I said, 'I never will. I leave this place tomorrow.'

He would not ask where, he would not even wonder. So many years I had spent as a child sifting his bright features for his thoughts, trying to glimpse among them one that bore my name. But he was a harp with only one string, and the note it played was himself.

'You have always been the worst of my children,' he said. 'Be sure you do not dishonour me.'
'I have a better idea. I will do as I please, and when you count your children, leave me out.'

His body was rigid with wrath. He looked as though he had swallowed a stone, and it choked him.
'Give mother my greetings,' I said.
His jaw bit down and he was gone. #Quote by Madeline Miller
Dallas Stone quotes by Douglas Clegg
#35. Never go in, miss. Never say a prayer at its door. If you are angry, do not seek revenge by the Laughing Maiden stone, or at the threshold of the Tombs. There be those who listen for oaths and vows, and them that takes it quite to heart. What may be said in innocence and ire becomes flesh and blood should it be uttered in such places. #Quote by Douglas Clegg
Dallas Stone quotes by C.L.Stone
#36. Sang: Nathan, are you awake?
Nathan: Nope.
Sang: Sleep texting?
Nathan: Yes.
Sang: That's a talent. #Quote by C.L.Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Oliver Stone
#37. My protest against digital has been me saying, "What's going to happen to film?" The result is that Kodak is out of business. That's a national tragedy. We've got to keep making film. #Quote by Oliver Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Andrew Stone
#38. Dance releases endorphin chemicals into your brain and makes you feel alive and wanting to get on with the rest of your day. That positivity can help you to communicate better with other people because it gives you a much better mind set. Socially it brings you together with people. #Quote by Andrew Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Devon Monk
#39. I glanced up at the trees too.
Dead. Every one of them gray and white, needles rusted, leaves shriveled at the tips of branches. All the life sucked out of them. Not just the trees. All the plants, ferns, grasses and brush were shriveled, brown, barren.
As if a month of winter had set down right here in my driveway and gone on a killing spree.
"Love what you've done with the landscape," Cody said. "You could open your own business, you know."
"The hell you talking about, Miller?" I asked Cody.
"Yard care. You're poison and weed whacker all in one. You can call it Death to All Shrubbery. #Quote by Devon Monk
Dallas Stone quotes by John A. Miller
#40. Why can't I find you? I know you're out there.
Why am I forced to live a life of despair?
I want to find you and hold your hand.
My heart beats for you it's all I can stand.
I know I will find you and hope someday soon.
Until then I will think of you and stare at the moon.
I know my heart beats for you and you alone.
Until then it's heavy and feels like stone.
I want to hold you in my arms and whisper a soft word.
The feeling of your touch would make my soul be stirred.
For this is a dream and it will never be.
If only you knew I'm out here and could see.
For I am lonesome for you and want this so much.
To feel your skin on mine as we touch.
I long for the day we meet and you're part of my life.
For until you do this solitude cuts me like a knife.
John A Miller #Quote by John A. Miller
Dallas Stone quotes by Emma Stone
#41. At first, when you go to premieres and award shows, you're thinking, 'How the hell am I here? All these people I've never met are here, and it's so cool!' And then, as time goes on, it's a little bit like, 'Ah ... it's more like work.' #Quote by Emma Stone
Dallas Stone quotes by Karim El Koussa
#42. The outsiders stood always in awe in front of what they had surnamed the Celestial City with Mighty Walls. The great mystery that cloaked its very foundations kept impelling the youth of Crotona, as well as those of the adjacent cities, to seek admittance. In spite of the difficult rules of the Master, curiosity goaded many to venture inside its secrecy, with a passionate aspiration to discover the unknown. Yet, to enroll, young men and women should be introduced by their parents. Sometimes, it was one of the assigned Masters of the Pythagorean Society who assumed the introduction. At the massive wooden gated entrance, one could admire the marble statue of Hermes-Enoch, the father of the spiritual laws. A cubical stone formed its stall where a skillful hand had carved the words: No entry to the vulgar #Quote by Karim El Koussa
Dallas Stone quotes by Andrew Rilstone
#43. But it was never actually that big a deal. Jenkins didn't really disbelieve in the Resurrection: he merely questioned the historical veracity of the New Testament narratives. It was mildly interesting: one side saying "I really believe that Jesus was the Son of God, and that the Bible gives a journalistically accurate account of the circumstances surrounding his birth," and the other saying "I also really believe that Jesus was the Son of God, but I think that the story of Mary and Gabriel may be a legend." A real disagreement, an important one, but not a fundamental fault line along which a church can split. The people who think that the stone really was rolled away, and the people who think that it was rolled away in a very real sense are clearly part of the same religion. But it is hard to see how people who think that it doesn't particularly matter whether or not the stone was rolled away, provided we live in the way that Jesus would have wanted us to, are part of the same religion; or, indeed, of any religion at all.
I think that this is what some evangelicals think some liberals think. I think they may be right. #Quote by Andrew Rilstone
Dallas Stone quotes by A.G. Riddle
#44. That's what life is all about: finding something you can do that no one else can, and working your hardest at it. It's about finding someone you love like no one else, someone who loves you like no one else does. That person might be Nick Stone. But I don't know him as well as I know Alice Carter. Not yet.
Now it's about making a plan to ensure I get to know them both. It's going to be risky. #Quote by A.G. Riddle
Dallas Stone quotes by J.D. Robb
#45. There's nobody on the job, nobody with a badge I respect more than you." - Eve
"You never were a rookie," he told her in a voice roughened with emotion. "So I saw good, solid cop the minute I laid eyes on you. I gave you a hell of a foundation, kid, a lot of seasoning and pushed you hard because I knew you could take it. You put yourself here. And I'm proud." - Feeney #Quote by J.D. Robb

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