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David Horton quotes by David Michie
#1. When we understand the true nature of mind, we start to see these thoughts merely as thoughts instead of engaging with them. They arise, abide, and pass. They have no substance and certainly no power unless we git it to them. #Quote by David Michie
David Horton quotes by David Kushner
#2. He strengthened his body to keep up with his mind. He began lifting weights, practicing judo, and wrestling. One day after school, a bully tried to pick on Carmack's neighbor, only to become a victim of Carmack's judo skills. #Quote by David Kushner
David Horton quotes by David Levithan
#3. Luckily, I always travel with a book, just in case I have to wait on line for Santa, or some such inconvenience. #Quote by David Levithan
David Horton quotes by Carlos Alomar
#4. If I can get that DAM trio back together again - "get the band back together" - and put on a concert of David Bowie's electronic music, that's the way I want to remember David, moving forward into the future of music. #Quote by Carlos Alomar
David Horton quotes by David Bohm
#5. We have reversed the usual classical notion that the independent "elementary parts" of the world are the fundamental reality, and that the various systems are merely particular contingent forms and arrangements of these parts. Rather, we say that inseparable quantum interconnectedness of the whole universe is the fundamental reality, and that relatively independent behaving parts are merely particular and contingent forms within this whole. #Quote by David Bohm
David Horton quotes by David Sedaris
#6. The only real advice you can give anyone is to keep writing. #Quote by David Sedaris
David Horton quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#7. There is absolutely no common sense, it is common non-sense. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
David Horton quotes by David Cross
#8. I was born Jewish, but I am an atheist. I dont believe in God. #Quote by David Cross
David Horton quotes by David Ricardo
#9. If a tax on malt would raise the price of beer, a tax on bread must raise the price of bread. #Quote by David Ricardo
David Horton quotes by David Levithan
#10. The thing about possibilities: there are some you want much more than others. Or only one you want much more than everything else. #Quote by David Levithan
David Horton quotes by Jason David Frank
#11. I have high standards I hold myself to, besides Christianity. #Quote by Jason David Frank
David Horton quotes by David Pilling
#12. He called for a remount, and changed horses while I gently swelled with pride. I had never craved officer rank, particularly, but it was something to be rewarded for my efforts, and to know I still basked in the general's favour. #Quote by David Pilling
David Horton quotes by David Sylvian
#13. I knew that I had to find my own voice, both figuratively and literally. #Quote by David Sylvian
David Horton quotes by David O. Selznick
#14. Hollywood's like Egypt, full of crumbled pyramids. It'll never come back. It'll just keep on crumbling until finally the wind blows the last studio prop across the sands. #Quote by David O. Selznick
David Horton quotes by Gregory David Roberts
#15. I've been to Delhi, Madras, Bangalore and a lot of other cities, but I have never seen a crime set-up like that in Bombay. #Quote by Gregory David Roberts
David Horton quotes by David Brooks
#16. Moderation is based on the idea that things do not fit neatly together. Politics is likely to be a competition between legitimate opposing interests. Philosophy is likely to be a tension between competing half truths. A personality is likely to be a battleground of valuable but incompatible traits. #Quote by David Brooks
David Horton quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#17. Give me the old familiar walk, postoffice and all, with this ever new self, with this infinite expectation and faith, which does not know when it is beaten. We'll go nutting once more. We'll pluck the nut of the world, and crack it in the winter evenings. Theaters and all other sightseeing are puppet-shows in comparison. I will take another walk to the Cliff, another row on the river, another skate on the meadow, be out in the first snow, and associate with the winter birds. Here I am at home. In the bare and bleached crust of the earth I recognize my friend. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
David Horton quotes by David Lubar
#18. Algebra-Read pages 7-14. Do the odd numbered problems. From what I've seen, they're all pretty odd. #Quote by David Lubar
David Horton quotes by David Ross Komito
#19. Even the pleasant things in life are grasped after with an unwarranted desire which overestimates the pleasure they will give, and is accompanied by a constant fear of their loss. #Quote by David Ross Komito
David Horton quotes by David Baldacci
#20. And can I camping on you to cover my back?
You have to ask?
I wouldn't be asking if I didn't think I had to.
Yes, I'll have your back. Will you have mine?
I've had your back ever since you showed up, Knox.
(John Puller and Veronica Knox) #Quote by David Baldacci
David Horton quotes by David Dyer
#21. This century, whether it be wonderful or horrible, was going to belong to the women. #Quote by David Dyer
David Horton quotes by David Sedaris
#22. I went from having 50 listeners to 50 million listeners. #Quote by David Sedaris
David Horton quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#23. Nature would not appear so rich, the profusion so rich, if we knew a use for everything. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
David Horton quotes by David Hoffmeister
#24. The movie Mr. Nobody examines the core belief that we can find happiness if we make the right choices in life. We can't; it's impossible. But the belief that we have real choices that can bring us what we want is cherished by the ego because it keeps us locked into a never-ending quest of looking for happiness where it can't be found. Mr. Nobody demonstrates that all the choices of this world are made because we have forgotten God and therefore believe in an illusory world of duality. None of our choices are real because they are a choice between the images of this made-up world; that is, a choice between illusions. They are nothing more than hypotheticals, which serve as meaningless distractions. #Quote by David Hoffmeister
David Horton quotes by David Wilkerson
#25. From the beginning, this has been a faith-based ministry. #Quote by David Wilkerson
David Horton quotes by David Berg
#26. Heaven is something that we can easily get excited and thrilled about and look forward to. It will be like Christmas is for children, only it will be the greatest Christmas we've ever had! #Quote by David Berg
David Horton quotes by David Foster Wallace
#27. Weight Watchers holds as a descriptive axiom the transparently true fact that for each of us the universe is deeply and sharply and completely divided into for example in my case, me, on one side, and everything else, on the other. This for each of us exhaustively defines the whole universe... And then they hold by a prescriptive axiom the undoubtedly equally true and inarguable fact that we each ought to desire our own universe to be as full as possible, that the Great Horror consists in an empty, rattling personal universe, one where one finds oneself with Self, on one hand, and vastly empty lonely spaces before Others begin to enter the picture at all, on the other. A non-full universe... The emptier one's universe is, the worse it is... Weight Watchers perceives the problem as one involving the need to have as much Other around as possible, so that the relation is one of minimum Self to maximum Other... We each need a full universe. Weight Watchers and their allies would have us systematically decrease the Self-component of the universe, so that the great Other-set will be physically attracted to the now more physically attractive Self, and rush in to fill the void caused by that diminution of Self. Certainly not incorrect, but just as certainly only half of the range of valid solutions to the full-universe problem... Is my drift getting palpable? Just as in genetic engineering... There is always more than one solution... An autonomously full universe... Rather than dimin #Quote by David Foster Wallace
David Horton quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#28. The moose will perhaps one day become extinct; but how naturally then, when it exists only as a fossil relic, and unseen as that, may the poet or sculptor invent a fabulous animal with similar branching and leafy horns, - a sort of fucus or lichen in bone, - to be the inhabitant of such a forest as this! #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
David Horton quotes by David Markson
#29. Was it really some other person I was so anxious to discover ... or was it only my own solitude that I could not abide? #Quote by David Markson
David Horton quotes by David Sturt
#30. Grade A objectivity won't come from those who are closest to us. It will come from outsiders. That's where we'll find divergent thinking, unexpected questions, novel ideas, differences of opinion, and added expertise. #Quote by David Sturt
David Horton quotes by David O. McKay
#31. The greatest forces in the world are being used against families and traditional family values. These values are being undermined in subtle and in not-so-subtle ways. Because of this assault on family values, it takes all of your best efforts to fortify your family. It takes hard work and planning. It takes sacrifice. 'In the setting of the family ... may I suggest that we give more of ourselves.' #Quote by David O. McKay
David Horton quotes by David Mitchell
#32. Have you noticed," said John, "how countries call theirs 'sovereign nuclear deterrents,' but call the other countries' ones 'weapons of mass destruction'? #Quote by David Mitchell
David Horton quotes by David Clement-Davies
#33. Man, who thinks he knows everything. But what does man know ... Man cares only for himself, in his fear and hate. #Quote by David Clement-Davies

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