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Element Inc quotes by Philip K. Dick
#1. In marriage the greatest hatred that is possible between human beings can be generated, perhaps because of the constant proximity, perhaps because once there was love. The intimacy is still there, even though the love element has disappeared. So a will to power, a struggle for domination, comes into being. #Quote by Philip K. Dick
Element Inc quotes by Hideki Konno
#2. Game balance is a really important element of Mario Kart that we look very, very closely at and place a lot of value on, #Quote by Hideki Konno
Element Inc quotes by Antony Starr
#3. No one in 'Banshee' has small opinions. They have strong beliefs, and they will defend them ferociously. Having that element in the show just adds another level. It's another avenue for story, and it enriches the world. #Quote by Antony Starr
Element Inc quotes by Beth Linker
#4. Each individual 150-by-30-foot ward had hardwood floors and walls with rounded corners, "making them easier to clean" and to keep germ free. Ventilation - another crucial element of hospital design and disease control at the time - was "obtained through openings over each window, controlled by moveable glass frames . . . hinged at the bottom. #Quote by Beth Linker
Element Inc quotes by Greg Bryk
#5. I had a great mother, and I'm very comfortable with that maternal element. #Quote by Greg Bryk
Element Inc quotes by Jane Yolen
#6. [W]hen the modern mythmaker, the writer of literary fairy tales, dares to touch the old magic and try to make it work in new ways, it must be done with the surest of touches. It is, perhaps, a kind of artistic thievery, this stealing of old characters, settings, the accoutrements of magic. But then, in a sense, there is an element of theft in all art; even the most imaginative artist borrows and reconstructs the archetypes when delving into the human heart. That is not to say that using a familiar character from folklore in the hopes of shoring up a weak narrative will work. That makes little sense. Unless the image, character, or situation borrowed speaks to the author's condition, as cryptically and oracularly as a dream, folklore is best left untapped. #Quote by Jane Yolen
Element Inc quotes by Ezra Pound

Being no longer human, why should I
Pretend humanity or don the frail attire?
Men have I known and men, but never one
Was grown so free an essence, or become
So simply element as what I am.
The mist goes from the mirror and I see.
Behold! the world of forms is swept beneath-
Turmoil grown visible beneath our peace,
And we that are grown formless, rise above-
Fluids intangible that have been men,
We seem as statues round whose high-risen base
Some overflowing river is run mad,
In us alone the element of calm. #Quote by Ezra Pound
Element Inc quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#8. One of the general patterns of good (i.e., striking and memorable) writing is the effect of repetition. If you use a certain element - a plot device, an image, a noticeable phrase - once, readers may or may not notice it consciously, but it doesn't disturb the flow of their reading. If you use that element twice, they won't notice it consciously - but they will notice it subconsciously, and it will add to the resonance of the writing or to their sense of depth and involvement (and if it's a plot device, it will heighten the dramatic tension). But if you use that element three times, everybody will notice it the third time you do it. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
Element Inc quotes by Mario Van Peebles
#9. When young people see movies like 'Gandhi 'or 'JFK,' there is an element of romanticization of these powerful people, and young people often feel a huge distance between their own lives and the lives of these social-change heroes. But the Panthers were flawed-up people from the streets, so it's easier to identify with them. #Quote by Mario Van Peebles
Element Inc quotes by Luis Bunuel
#10. Mystery is the essential element of every work of art. #Quote by Luis Bunuel
Element Inc quotes by Susan Faludi
#11. [M]aleness in America," as Margaret Mead wrote, "is not absolutely defined; it has to be kept and reearned every day, and one essential element in the definition is beating women in every game that both sexes play." Nothing seems to crush the masculine petals more than a bit of feminist rain - a few drops are perceived as a downpour. "Men view even small losses of deference, advantages or opportunities as large threats, " wrote William Goode, one of many sociologists to puzzle over the peculiarly hyperbolic male reaction to minuscule improvements to women's rights. #Quote by Susan Faludi
Element Inc quotes by Irvine Welsh
#12. It's different in Scotland. People who come to readings are more interested in literature as such, but the readership in general is really quite diverse. It's a cliche, but it's said that people who read my books don't read any other books, and you do get that element. #Quote by Irvine Welsh
Element Inc quotes by Billy Gibbons
#13. Having a visual element to your band is a good thing. #Quote by Billy Gibbons
Element Inc quotes by Greta Scacchi
#14. I avoided nudity unless a film couldn't be told without those scenes. If you look at my films, few of them have that element, yet nudity and male fantasies have become emblematic of my work. #Quote by Greta Scacchi
Element Inc quotes by Jorgen Leth
#15. I've done films about games. What I like with games is that there is this uncertain outcome and the element of chance. #Quote by Jorgen Leth
Element Inc quotes by Nicholas Negroponte
#16. Everybody agrees that whatever the solutions are to the big problems, they ... can never be without some element of education. #Quote by Nicholas Negroponte
Element Inc quotes by Gwendolyn Brooks
#17. Tragedy.
She considered that word. On the whole, she felt, life was more comedy than tragedy. Nearly everything that happened had its comic element, not too well buried, either. Sooner or later one could find something to laugh at in almost every situation. That was what, in the last analysis, could keep folks from going mad. The truth was, if you got a good Tragedy out of a lifetime, one good, ripping tragedy, thorough, unridiculous, bottom-scraping, not the issue of human stupidity, you were doing, she thought, very well, you were doing very well. #Quote by Gwendolyn Brooks
Element Inc quotes by Maurice Blanchot
#18. Do not forgive. Forgiveness accuses before it forgives. By accusing, by stating the injury, it makes the wrong irredeemable. It carries the blow all the way to culpability. Thus, all becomes irrepairable; giving and forgiving cease to be possible.
For nothing saves innocence.
Forgive me for forgiving you.
The sole fault would be one of position: the one and only fault is to be "I,", for it is not identity that the Self in myself brings me. This self is merely a formal necessity: it simply serves to allow the infinite relation of Self to Other. Whence the temptation (the sole temptation) to become a subject again, instead of being exposed to subjectivity without any subject, the nudity of dying space.

I cannot forgive -- forgiveness comes from others -- but I cannot be forgiven either, if forgiveness is what calls the "I" into question and demands that I give myself, that I subject myself to the lack of subjectivity. And if forgiveness comes from others, it only comes; there is never any certitude that it can arrive, because in it there is nothing of the (sacramental) power to determine. It can only delay in the element of indecision. In The Trail, one might think that the death scene constitutes the pardon, the end of the interminable; but there is no end, since Kafka specifies that shame survives, which is to say, the infinite itself, a mockery of life as life's beyond. #Quote by Maurice Blanchot
Element Inc quotes by William Kent Krueger
#19. Readers anticipate that a significant element of every story will be additional exposure to the ways of the Ojibwe. The truth is that I enjoy this aspect of the work. Although I have no Indian blood running through my veins, in college I prepared to be a cultural anthropologist, so exploring other cultures is exciting to me. #Quote by William Kent Krueger
Element Inc quotes by Carl Sagan
#20. All inquires carry with them some element of risk. There is no guarantee that the universe will conform to our predispositions. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Element Inc quotes by Ludwig Wittgenstein
#21. Put a man in the wrong atmosphere and nothing will function as it should. He will seem unhealthy in every part. Put him back into his proper element and everything will blossom and look healthy. But if he is not in his right element, what then? Well, then he just has to make the best of appearing before the world as a cripple. #Quote by Ludwig Wittgenstein
Element Inc quotes by R.R. Hood
#22. The easiest way to disturb or create an element of horror is to take a positive emotion and put it in a negative situation, to create dissonance. #Quote by R.R. Hood
Element Inc quotes by Tim Shipman
#23. There are two sorts of political communications operators in this business. There are people who see the population as they would like them to be, and there are people who see the population, ruthlessly, as they actually are. There is the wishful-thinking element, and there is the winning element. #Quote by Tim Shipman
Element Inc quotes by J.G. Holland
#24. The faculty of self-help is that which distinguished man from animals; that it is the Godlike element, or holds within itself the Godlike element, of his constitution. #Quote by J.G. Holland
Element Inc quotes by Efrat Cybulkiewicz
#25. It takes skill and technique to convey feelings and ideas in a work of art. But there is a third element; Style of interpretation through emotions. Emotions have a life force of their own whereas, feelings are common in each one of us. I think rather than letting us feel them, emotions wants us carefully to hear them instead. #Quote by Efrat Cybulkiewicz
Element Inc quotes by Martin Amis
#26. When the sky is as grey as this - impeccably grey, a denial, really of the very concept of colour - and the stooped millions lift their heads, it's hard to tell the air from the impurities in our human eyes, as if the sinking climbing paisley curlicues of grit were part of the element itself, rain, spores, tears, film, dirt. Perhaps, at such moments, the sky is no more then the sum of the dirt that lives in our human eyes. #Quote by Martin Amis
Element Inc quotes by Nicholas Sparks
#27. I've made the decision to adhere to three general truths when it comes to my novels: There will be a love-story element to the story, the novel will be set in eastern North Carolina, and the characters will be likeable. Then, I make each novel unique through differences in voice, perspective, age and personalities of the characters, and of course, plot. #Quote by Nicholas Sparks
Element Inc quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#28. He argued that if wings were not the essential element in determining the different between a hawk and an airplane, they were even less so in the recognition of angels. #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Element Inc quotes by Samuel Peralta
#29. What I found in the form is that shorter works inspire far more immersion than the time it takes to read them. The work is but a seed. Planted, the central element of the speculative fiction is left to grow. The impact of a great short story happens days and often years later. Rather than have the author hand every answer on a silver platter, she buries it and allows your mind and your life experiences to handle the rest. There #Quote by Samuel Peralta
Element Inc quotes by Mary Potter Kenyon
#30. That evening I sat across from Jeremy Bulloch and Jacob at the dinner table. I watched as Jeremy, who seemed to speak Jacob's silent language fluently, drummed his fingers up and down on the edge of the table, as if playing a piano. A delighted Jacob mimicked the actor's actions. My throat filled with tears. I met Ben's eyes across the table, where he sat straight with pride next to his son. He was enjoying the show just as much as I was. Jacob was in his element, interacting with an actor from his favorite movie. The other men at the table were part of the set: Mike, the owner of the comic book store, who had made the entire thing possible, and the Mandalorin Mercs, new friends of the little boy who had
become one of their own, a comrade in distress. #Quote by Mary Potter Kenyon
Element Inc quotes by Evan Williams
#31. A key element of Web blogs is the community element. Most blogs are not self-contained; they are highly dependent on linking to each other. #Quote by Evan Williams
Element Inc quotes by Martin Heinrich Klaproth
#32. Wherefore no name can be found for a new fossil [element] which indicates its peculiar and characteristic properties (in which position I find myself at present), I think it is best to choose such a denomination as means nothing of itself and thus can give no rise to any erroneous ideas. In consequence of this, as I did in the case of Uranium, I shall borrow the name for this metallic substance from mythology, and in particular from the Titans, the first sons of the earth. I therefore call this metallic genus TITANIUM. #Quote by Martin Heinrich Klaproth
Element Inc quotes by Yann Martel
#33. So you want another story?"
Uhh ... no. We would like to know what really happened."
Doesn't the telling of something always become a story?"
Uhh ... perhaps in English. In Japanese a story would have an element of invention in it. We don't want any invention. We want the 'straight facts,' as you say in English."
Isn't telling about something
using words, English or Japanese
already something of an invention? Isn't just looking upon this world already something of an invention? #Quote by Yann Martel
Element Inc quotes by Bruce Forsyth
#34. I love getting on You Tube to look at the old comics. I am in my element seeing guys like Jack Benny and Phil Silvers give interviews. #Quote by Bruce Forsyth
Element Inc quotes by Eric Van Lustbader
#35. In Morocco, he was back in his element, a shark moving through deep and dangerous waters. But for thousands of years sharks have been bred to survive dark and dangerous waters. So too, Leonid Arkadin. #Quote by Eric Van Lustbader
Element Inc quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#36. But the point is that a story is exciting because it has in it so strong an element of will, of what theology calls free-will. You cannot finish a sum how you like. But you can finish a story how you like. When somebody discovered the Differential Calculus there was only one Differential Calculus he could discover. But when Shakespeare killed Romeo he might have married him to Juliet's old nurse if he had felt inclined. And Christendom has excelled in the narrative romance exactly because it has insisted on the theological free-will. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Element Inc quotes by John O'Donohue
#37. The earth is our origin and destination. The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart. The earth is not outside us; it is within: the clay from where the tree of the body grows. When we emerge from our offices, rooms and houses, we enter our natural element. We are children of the earth: people to whom the outdoors is home. Nothing can separate us from the vigour and vibrancy of this inheritance. In contrast to our frenetic, saturated lives, the earth offers a calming stillness. Movement and growth in nature takes time. The patience of nature enjoys the ease of trust and hope. There is something in our clay nature that needs to continually experience this ancient, outer ease of the world. It helps us remember who we are and why we are here. #Quote by John O'Donohue
Element Inc quotes by Langhorne Slim
#38. I'm very proud of my records, but my most natural creative tendencies have been in live performing. There's a beautiful element to recording and making records, but I've always felt a little shy with it. #Quote by Langhorne Slim
Element Inc quotes by John Marshall Harlan II
#39. We cannot sanction the view that the Constitution, while solicitous of the cognitive content of individual speech, has little or no regard for that emotive function which, practically speaking, may often be the more important element of the overall message sought to be communicated. #Quote by John Marshall Harlan II

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