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Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Adam Johnson
#1. It's called a gui-tar. It's used to perform American rural music. It's said to be especially popular in Texas, " he told her. "It's also the instrument of choice for playing 'the blues,' which is a form of American music that chronicles the pain caused by poor decision making. #Quote by Adam Johnson
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Questlove
#2. I grew up in somewhat of a war zone in West Philadelphia in 1985, '86. It wasn't as extreme as someone coming in the classroom and just unloading on a class, but I knew to take the scenic route to go to the grocery store to avoid certain elements. #Quote by Questlove
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Dan Eaton
#3. A man named Vicente Fox was sworn in as president of Mexico, ending seventy-five years of control by the Institutional Revolutionary Party. Across the border, the United States Supreme Court released its landmark decision in Bush v. Gore, deciding the 2000 presidential election and ensuring the term "hanging chad" took its place permanently in the English lexicon. Leninist guerrillas launched an attack in Istanbul, and a series of bombs exploded in downtown Manila, killing twenty-two people and injuring dozens more. Cambodia's failed coup slipped from network news bulletins, and the country returned once more to relative international obscurity. #Quote by Dan Eaton
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Kresley Cole
#4. I can't believe you could hold on like that," she said. "You're really, uh, strong."
"I'm supposed to be, to protect you."
They both fell silent.
"Not me, MacRieve."
"I've made a decision, lass." He drew back and cupped her face. "If given the chance, I would no' go back. You're mine. And I'm going to do whatever it takes, till I'm yours as well."
She made a frustrated sound. "Typical male! Because of what happened in the cave?"
"Aye, some. But also because of what happened after. We fit, you and me, and could make a life together. And witch," - his gaze held hers - "we're going to have a bloody good time of it. #Quote by Kresley Cole
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Saul Alinsky
#5. My only fixed truth is a belief in people: a conviction that if people have the opportunity to act freely and the power to control their own destinies, they'll generally reach the right decisions. #Quote by Saul Alinsky
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Jacinta Mpalyenkana
#6. Regardless of what you lose or the challenges you face, you will never lose your power to make decisions #Quote by Jacinta Mpalyenkana
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by I Love The Way You Love Me
#7. Sometimes the storm in your mind takes you to a better decision. #Quote by I Love The Way You Love Me
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Martin Caidin
#8. The inhabitants of Coventry, for example, continued to imagine that their sufferings were due to the innate villainy of Adolf Hitler without a suspicion that a decision, splendid or otherwise, of the British War Cabinet, was the decisive factor in the case. #Quote by Martin Caidin
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Jay Leno
#9. In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court ruled President Obama's healthcare mandate is constitutional. This is a major victory for President Obama, who spent three years promoting it, and a major setback for Mitt Romney, who spent three years creating it. #Quote by Jay Leno
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by C. G. Jung
#10. The individual is increasingly
deprived of the moral decision as to how he should live
his own life, and instead is ruled, fed, clothed and educated as
a social unit, accommodated in the appropriate housing unit,
and amused in accordance with the standards that give pleasure
and satisfaction to the masses. #Quote by C. G. Jung
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Patricia Churchland
#11. Studies of decision-making in the monkey, where activity of single neurons in parietal cortex is recorded, you can see a lot about the time-accuracy trade-off in the monkey's decision, and you can see from the neuron's activity at what point in his accumulation of evidence he makes his decision to make a particular movement. #Quote by Patricia Churchland
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Frank Rizzo
#12. The streets are safe in Philadelphia, it's only the people that make them unsafe. #Quote by Frank Rizzo
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Robert Rubin
#13. Any individual decisions can be badly thought through, and yet be successful, or exceedingly well thought through, but be unsuccessful, because the recognized possibility of failure in fact occurs. But over time, more thoughtful decision-making will lead to better overall results, and more thoughtful decision-making can be encouraged by evaluating decisions on how well they were made rather than on outcome. #Quote by Robert Rubin
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Edith Sodergran
#14. I am no woman. I am a neuter.
I am a child, a page-boy, and a bold decision,
I am a laughing glimpse of a burning sun
I am a net for all voracious fish,
I am a toast to every woman's honor,
I am a step toward chance and disaster,
I am a leap in freedom and the self
I am the blood's whisper in a man's ear,
I am the soul's shiver, the flesh's longing and denial,
I am an entry sign to new paradises
I am a flame, seeking and jolly,
I am a water, deep, but daring up to the knees,
I am fire and water, in sincere context, on free term #Quote by Edith Sodergran
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Zayn Malik
#15. In life we have decisions to make, paths to take and opportunities to take advantage of. #Quote by Zayn Malik
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Charlotte Featherstone
#16. It is not your time, love. You will not die tonight.

All this time she thought herself in love with the notion of Death. His gallantry, his beautiful soul. She believed he loved her because he had spared her from his grip. But it had not been Death, but Black.

"Why?" she asked, and her body shook, knowing his sacrifice, knowing he knew her most guarded secret.

"Because I loved you," he murmured. "I couldn't let you go, because I knew I could no longer see you, I couldn't live, either."

Black had risked his life to save her from taking her own.

He rose, helped her up and clutched her in his arms. "It is too soon for you to make your decision," he said. "Come to me when you know what you want. My wishes will remain unchanged."

"What do you want?"

He kissed her, pressed her body into his hot, hard one. "To be inside you. To lay you out and touch you with my hands, my mouth and tongue. I want to slip deep inside you and never leave. I want to wake up in the morning and open my eyes to find you lying there next to me. I want to look at my children and see you in their little faces."

"Jude," she whispered, holding him, weakening.

"But I want you to want that as much as I do, Isabella."

"We have too many secrets," she began. "Our pasts…"

"Secrets, like passion, are meant to be spent. I will bear all my sins, all my secrets, when you come to me. It's all I can offe #Quote by Charlotte Featherstone
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by C. Baxter Kruger
#17. It was not the Fall of Adam, therefore, that set God's agenda; it was the decision to share the great dance with us through Jesus. Adam's plunge certainly threatened God's dreams for us, but that threat had been anticipated and already strategically overcome in the predestination of the incarnation. Jesus Christ did not become human to fix the fall; he became human to accomplish the eternal purpose of our adoption, and in order to bring our adoption to pass, the Fall had to be called to a halt and undone ... .Jesus is not a footnote to Adam and his Fall; the Fall, and indeed creation itself, is a footnote to the purpose of God in Jesus Christ. #Quote by C. Baxter Kruger
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Edward De Bono
#18. An expert is someone who has succeeded in making decisions and judgements simpler through knowing what to pay attention to and what to ignore. #Quote by Edward De Bono
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Will Self
#19. The paradox of modernism is, writers make the decision to work with the continuous present, and to work with ... stream of consciousness, as it's called, for emotional reasons, and the main emotional reason is verisimilitude. I mean, this is what surprises people: Life is not in the simple past. #Quote by Will Self
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Franklin Veaux
#20. is critical for that relationship to be consensual. You must give your partner the opportunity to make an informed decision to be in a relationship with you. If you lie or withhold critical information, you remove your partner's ability to consent to be in the relationship. #Quote by Franklin Veaux
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Damien Hirst
#21. In an artwork you're always looking for artistic decisions, so an ashtray is perfect. An ashtray has got life and death. #Quote by Damien Hirst
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Frederick Lenz
#22. The Indians in the Southwestern United States went to many places of power. They were able to have profound dream experiences where they could see into the future or know what do to and make proper decisions. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Octavia Spencer
#23. We as women have a voice and we are decision makers in what film to see. We always support our boyfriends and husbands by going to see the male dominated films, but we don't compel them to see films with female casts. #Quote by Octavia Spencer
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Tanya Tucker
#24. My dad was always my manager as far as I was concerned, even when I had another manager. At times he let me go with someone else who he thought could take me to another level when he couldn't, and he was right. But they were in it for another reason. He was in it because he wanted to see me succeed no matter what, and he made decisions based on being a dad as opposed to a manager. #Quote by Tanya Tucker
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Wayne Dyer
#25. Beginning today, make the decision to love and accept yourself just the way you are. Say your name followed by the words "I love you" and make this your daily mantra, repeating it often, especially during times of stress. Let it be your first thought upon arising and the last you think before falling asleep at night. This simple act of self-courtship can profoundly change your world. Try it for yourself and see. Make a personal decision to be in love with the most beautiful, exciting, worthy person ever - you. #Quote by Wayne Dyer
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by David Rakoff
#26. For most of my life, I would have automatically said that I would opt for conscientious objector status, and in general, I still would. But the spirit of the question is would I ever, and there are instances where I might. If immediate intervention would have circumvented the genocide in Rwanda or stopped the Janjaweed in Darfur, would I choose pacifism? Of course not. Scott Simon, the reporter for National Public Radio and a committed lifelong Quaker, has written that it took looking into mass graves in former Yugoslavia to convince him that force is sometimes the only option to deter our species' murderous impulses.

While we're on the subject of the horrors of war, and humanity's most poisonous and least charitable attributes, let me not forget to mention Barbara Bush (that would be former First Lady and presidential mother as opposed to W's liquor-swilling, Girl Gone Wild, human ashtray of a daughter. I'm sorry, that's not fair. I've no idea if she smokes.) When the administration censored images of the flag-draped coffins of the young men and women being killed in Iraq - purportedly to respect "the privacy of the families" and not to minimize and cover up the true nature and consequences of the war - the family matriarch expressed her support for what was ultimately her son's decision by saying on Good Morning America on March 18, 2003, "Why should we hear about body bags and deaths? I mean it's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something #Quote by David Rakoff
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Walter Millis
#27. The people have only a very vague direct power. They have the power of voting against the administration, again after its decisions have been taken; but they have no way of getting into the question of policy-making, decision-making, except insofar as the vague forces and pressures of public debate and public opinion have their impact on the President. The President still has to decide. He can't go to the people and ask them to decide for him; he has to make the decision. In that sense he was condemned to be a dictator. #Quote by Walter Millis
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Jean Vanier
#28. People in community sometimes believe that they know better than the others, or see themselves as 'saviours'. Community discernment implies that all members, or at least all those with responsibility, try together to discover its direction and the important things it is to do. The vital thing is that discernment is approached without passion, so that no one feels the need to convince others or to impose particular notions. If everyone listens to each other's ideas, the truth will gradually and calmly emerge. This can take a long time, but it is worthwhile, because once a decision has been made, each member of the community will have a personal commitment to the project. #Quote by Jean Vanier
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Rick Warren
#29. If you are in a period of discouragement because you are going through a trial and you are asking yourself, "Why is this happening to me?" consider this: Never make a major decision when you are depressed. Often, when we get discouraged, we are tempted to say, "I'm just going to quit" or "I'm going to move" or "I'm going to change jobs" or "I'm going to file for divorce." Never make a major decision when you are depressed, because at that time your feelings are unreliable and you cannot exercise accurate judgment. Your focus is blurry, and your perspective is distorted. Instead, face the storm head-on and don't get involved in self-pity. #Quote by Rick Warren
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Bill Gates
#30. I have to say that in 1981, making those decisions, I felt like I was providing enough freedom for 10 years. That is, a move from 64k to 640k felt like something that would last a great deal of time. Well, it didn't. It took about only 6 years before people started to see that as a real problem. #Quote by Bill Gates
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Tony Robbins
#31. I think all people's lives are controlled by their decisions. You look at people's lives - it's not their conditions, it's their decisions. So everybody has a choice and every moment in your life you're making decisions. #Quote by Tony Robbins
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by John Barth
#32. There's a great difficulty in making
choices if you have any imagination at all. Faced with such a multitude of desireable choices, no one choice
seems satisfactory for very long by comparison with the aggregate desirability of all the rest, though compared to any *one* of the others it would not be found inferior. All equally attractive but none finally inviting. #Quote by John Barth
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#33. In the same way, teenagers imagine dying young because death is more imaginable than the person that all the decisions and burdens of adulthood may make of you. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Frantz Fanon
#34. Because it is a systematic negation of the other person and a furious determination to deny the other person all attributes of humanity, colonialism forces the people it dominates to ask themselves the question constantly: "In reality, who am I?" The defensive attitudes created by this violent bringing together of the colonised man and the colonial system form themselves into a structures which then reveals the colonised personality. This 'sensitivity' is easily understood if we simply study and are alive to the number and depth of the injuries inflicted upon a native during a single day spent amidst the colonial regime. It must in any case be remembered that a colonised people is not only simply a dominated people. Under the German occupation the French remained men; under the French occupation, the Germans remained men. In Algeria there is not simply the domination but the decision to the letter not to occupy anything more than the sum total of the land. #Quote by Frantz Fanon
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Sam Farber
#35. The most common misperception is the word 'design'. People think of primarily pretty pictures or forms. They don't understand the depth to which design goes-not only in products, but in every aspect of our life. Whether it is the design of a program, a product or some form of communication, we are living in a world that's totally designed. Somebody made a decision about everything. And it was a design decision. #Quote by Sam Farber
Decision In Philadelphia quotes by Bruce Hampton
#36. From that time forth, whenever a critical decision had to be made concerning the future, the Oneida considered "how much was enough and how much was too much." Someone would rise and pose the question: "Tell me now my brothers! Tell me now my sisters! Who speaks for Wolf?"
Like other Native Americans, the Oneida were soon overwhelmed by an invading culture that had scant understanding of such a sense of nuance toward the earth, plants, and animals, and in particular, wolves.
Centuries would pass before anyone would venture again to speak for Wolf. #Quote by Bruce Hampton

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