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Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#1. March 22, 2014

I have found the truth in the lies I told myself. I thought I could run from this woman, but she continues to chase me. In my mind, my heart, she's always there. An entire bottle of whiskey can't drown out her voice. I wake up each morning hoping it will finally be the day that I get over her. But then night falls and memories of her begin to torture me until sleep is no longer an option. Each night I fall into this abyss of nothingness, feeling only the emptiness of not having her beside me.

I have found the truth in the lies I told myself. I slept with another woman, all the while wishing it was her and I still went through with it.
What a fool I was. I still long to feel the satisfaction I was supposed to have felt that night. I still long to feel the freedom I'd hoped to gain from seeking refuge in the arms of another woman. But I'll never be free of her. It will take an eternity to break out of these shackles.

For one month, ONE month I couldn't keep my dick in my pants and yet for two years I haven't even so much as looked at another woman. I've remained completely faithful to a memory. Devoted to her smile.

Committed to her ever-changing green eyes. I have read through the past entries in this journal and I noticed that I have never used her name. As if inking it would somehow solidify the feelings I think I've always felt.

I have found the truth in the lies I told myself. I do love her.
Lo #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by Margaret Atwood
#2. Malum quidem nullum esse sine aliquo bono, Tin noted in the journal he was sporadically keeping then. Every cloud has a silver lining. #Quote by Margaret Atwood
Journal quotes by Sallyann Murphey
#3. While we took the children off to Disneyland. A visit to this magical kingdom should be a compulsory part of being an American---who else on earth would put so much ingenuity into simply having fun? The rides were fabulous: a real life pirate ship with real life pirates; a roller coaster that tppk you inside the Matterhorn (that was my favourite); and the Haunted House, with its flickering lights and a moving floor. By the end of the day, our feet were aching and our voices were hoarse, but it was well worth it. We all had a tremendous time ! #Quote by Sallyann Murphey
Journal quotes by The Wall Street Journal
#4. Instead of saying "I don't have time" try saying "it's not a priority," and see how that feels. Often, that's a perfectly adequate explanation. I have time to iron my sheets, I just don't want to. But other things are harder. Try it: "I'm not going to edit your résumé, sweetie, because it's not a priority." "I don't go to the doctor because my health is not a priority." If these phrases don't sit well, that's the point. Changing our language reminds us that time is a choice. If we don't like how we're spending an hour, we can choose differently. #Quote by The Wall Street Journal
Journal quotes by Brent Schlender
#5. got the Journal to buy me a Fat Mac." I had convinced the big guys in New York that if I was going to be writing about Apple, I'd better be familiar with their latest machines. #Quote by Brent Schlender
Journal quotes by Lailah GiftyAkita
#6. Always carry with you a pen and a notebook or a journal to write the thoughts that flashes in a moments. #Quote by Lailah GiftyAkita
Journal quotes by L.T. Graham
#7. There was no reason for Elizabeth Knoebel to suspect that this was going to be the last day of her life. #Quote by L.T. Graham
Journal quotes by Donald Stabile
#8. The point was made many times that scientific management benefitted workers not at all, perhaps most clearly by a short statement by John P. Frey, editor of the International Molders Journal and participant in a bipartisan survey of the claims of scientific management,

'If generally applied the craftsmen would pass out of existence, and the workers would become dependent for their existence upon the scanty and insignificant industrial knowledge and experience afforded them by their limited opportunities, regulated by those who in addition to their ownership of machinery, had also acquired possession of craft knowledge and the skilled workers' methods. #Quote by Donald Stabile
Journal quotes by Jim Rohn
#9. The reason why I spend so much money for my journals is to press me to find something valuable to put in them. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Journal quotes by Nancy E. Turner
#10. It seems as if I can only thing if I write my journal, it just connects the part of my head that is busy doing things with the part that is busy thinking about everything else. I know all these pepole are so busy because they love each other and me. We are a noisy crowd of love #Quote by Nancy E. Turner
Journal quotes by Alexander McCall Smith
#11. The readers of Isabel's journal were affected by the conversations within its covers-if nothing else, the livingroom of their moral imagination became bigger. And this must surely have some bearing on the way they dealt with the world, even in the small transactions of life: awareness of the pain of others here, a word of comfort there. Of course, the admission of kindness to one's life did not spring from any contimplation of the views of Hobbes (selfish Hobbes) and Hume (the good, generous Davey), but it did no harm to know about all of that. And that was where philosophy really did count: it set out the major choices behind all of those practical day-to-day questions of charity and understanding and simple decency; it was the weatherthe backdrop against which those practical matters were debated. #Quote by Alexander McCall Smith
Journal quotes by Jane Austen
#12. Perhaps you are not sitting in this room, and I am not sitting by you. These are points in which a doubt is equally possible. Not keep a journal! How are your absent cousins to understand the tenour of your life in Bath without one? How are the civilities and compliments of every day to be related as they ought to be, unless noted down every evening in a journal? How are your various dresses to be remembered, and the particular state of your complexion, and curl of your hair to be described in all their diversities, without having constant recourse to a journal? My dear madam, I am not so ignorant of young ladies' ways as you wish to believe me; it is this delightful habit of journaling which largely contributes to form the easy style of writing for which ladies are so generally celebrated. Everybody allows that the talent of writing agreeable letters is peculiarly female. Nature may have done something, but I am sure it must be essentially assisted by the practice of keeping a journal. #Quote by Jane Austen
Journal quotes by Grace Paley
#13. My vocabulary is adequate for writing notes and keeping journals but absolutely useless for an active moral life. #Quote by Grace Paley
Journal quotes by Frances Hardinge
#14. And perhaps some other later girl, leafing through her father's library, would come across a footnote in an academic journal and read the name 'Faith Sunderly.' Faith? she would think. That is a female name. A woman did this. If that is so ... then so can I. And the little fire of hope, self-belief and determination would pass to another heart. #Quote by Frances Hardinge
Journal quotes by Maureen Corrigan
#15. According to a Wall Street Journal article some 59 percent of Americans don t own a single book. Not a cookbook or even the Bible. #Quote by Maureen Corrigan
Journal quotes by Amy Dickinson
#16. As an advice columnist, I spend a lot of time reading through psychology journals to ensure that I give the most up-to-date advice. #Quote by Amy Dickinson
Journal quotes by Ian Bullock
#17. Learning is a journal not a destination #Quote by Ian Bullock
Journal quotes by Stephen Cole Kleene
#18. For example, the philosophers who were interested in logic were probably rather logical for mathematicians. But the ASL got us together, so we could talk to each other and publish in the same journal. #Quote by Stephen Cole Kleene
Journal quotes by Laura Jane Grace
#19. I could write all songs all day long about what I think about the music industry or music in general. Sometimes I gotta be like, "Let's write about something else." You don't want to say the same thing over and over again. In a lot of ways, I look at records as a year or two of my life encapsulated in songs. They're almost like journal entries. #Quote by Laura Jane Grace
Journal quotes by Mike Piper
#20. These financial statements are compiled using information found in the general ledger, which is, essentially, the collection of all of a business's journal entries. #Quote by Mike Piper
Journal quotes by Ron Fournier
#21. Sitting in the Oval Office, beneath a painting of George Washington, with a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. over his right shoulder and a bust of Abraham Lincoln over his left shoulder, Obama told 'National Journal' that the country's economic woes are deep and endemic. #Quote by Ron Fournier
Journal quotes by E.L. James
#22. The best person to write for is yourself - and what better place to start than in a journal. #Quote by E.L. James
Journal quotes by Brandon Mull
#23. Are you missing the library again?" Seth asked, startling her as he walked into the room.
Kendra turned to face her brother. "You caught me," she congratulated him. "I'm reading."
"I bet the librarians back home are panicking. Summer vacation, and no Kendra Sorenson to keep them in business. Have they been sending you letters?"
"Might not hurt you to pick up a book, just as an experiment."
Whatever. I looked up the definition for 'nerd' in the dictionary. Know what it said?"
"I bet you'll tell me."
" 'If you're reading this, you are one.' "
You're a riot." Kendra turned back to the journal, flipping to a random page.
Seth took a seat on his bed across from her. "Kendra, seriously, I can sort of see reading a cool book for fun, but dusty old journals? Really? Has anybody told you there are magical creatures out there?" He pointed out the window.
"Has anybody told you some of those creatures can eat you?" Kendra responded. "I'm not reading these just for fun. They have good info."
"like what? Patton and Lena smooching?"
Kendra rolled her eyes. "I'm not telling. You'll end up in a tar pit."
"There's a tar pit?" he said, perking up. "Where? #Quote by Brandon Mull
Journal quotes by Ariel Gore
#24. My own habit had always been to write about the things that ticked me off in a given day. If I kept a journal at all, I kept it to vent. #Quote by Ariel Gore
Journal quotes by James Ellroy
#25. Lose thirty pounds within the next thirty days, or I'll have Chief Horrall put you on the 'Fat Husband's Diet' recently extolled in the Ladies' Home Journal. #Quote by James Ellroy
Journal quotes by Anonymous
#26. In the lingering moments before you die your body releases DMT. The same drug that makes you dream. The same drug found in every living animal. It's not an evolutionary trick to make you survive. Your body is choosing to release this drug now because it believes your fate is too grim for you to comprehend. So you dream. You dream that everything will be fine. You dream that nothing happened at all. It's in this moment that your body sits across from you. It tells you 'looks like we're not gonna make it this time.' You sit around a fire and recollect the past before soon parting ways back to the atomic ether. Your body does this because it loves you. You have never met anyone like your body. Your body has been with you everyday, good and bad. It's even kept a journal of your life carved in scars. Your eyelashes always wiped the tears from your eyes. #Quote by Anonymous
Journal quotes by Anelise Chen
#27. I would rather be unhappy than be the kind of person who keeps an exercise journal. #Quote by Anelise Chen
Journal quotes by Herbert S. White
#28. We cannot have good libraries until we first have good librarians-properly educated, profesionally recognized and fairly rewarded. #Quote by Herbert S. White
Journal quotes by Paul F. Dell
#29. When treating their first few DID cases, therapists typically focus too much attention on the alters. This focus tends to distract from what is fundamental–the patients' pervasive dissociative/posttraumatic distress and maladaptation. Has something similar occurred in psychiatry's view of DID? Have the compelling phenomena of alters distracted us from the matrix of dissociative and posttraumatic symptoms in which alters are embedded?
- Dell, P. F. (2001). Why the Diagnostic Criteria for Dissociative Identity Disorder Should Be Changed, Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 2 (1). #Quote by Paul F. Dell
Journal quotes by Sarah Ockler
#30. And in this moment of pale dawn in the hours before we leave California, I finally realize what has been the hardest thing for me about Matt's death. It isn't that I lost a brother, like Frankie, or a son, like Aunt Jayne and Uncle Red. The hardest thing is that I'll never know exactly what I lost, how much it should hurt, how long I should keep thinking about him. He took that mystery with him when he died, and a hundred thousand one-sided letters in my journal wouldn't have brought me any closer to the truth than I was the night I pressed my fingers to the sea glass he wore around his neck and kissed him back.
For over a year, the letters were my only connection to him; the only evidence that I didn't imagine our brief time as other. When I first saw my journal helplessly floating on the waves, I felt a loss so immediate and overwhelming it was like being back in the hospital lobby when the doctor told us they couldn't fix him. One minute, the journal was in my hands, soft and familiar and real; the next minute, it was gone.
Just like Matt.
And just like Matt, I need to let it go. #Quote by Sarah Ockler
Journal quotes by Randal Cremer
#31. All the vested interests and people who profit by war will - with the journals they control - resolutely oppose any reduction of armaments. #Quote by Randal Cremer
Journal quotes by Jedidiah Jenkins
#32. I love old drawings and the sketches of cities and animals from ancient field guides. I like timeless things, old things. They've made it to the modern age and taken on a meaning larger than their intention. I wanted my journal to be like that. There is a weird paradox in trying to live a meaningful life, one you will talk about and tell about. There is the present experience of the living, but also the separate eye, watching from above, already seeing the living from the outside. #Quote by Jedidiah Jenkins
Journal quotes by Ernst Junger
#33. Authentic writing cannot be coerced. #Quote by Ernst Junger
Journal quotes by Dan Kennedy
#34. Today when I was walking down an endless maze of white picket fences back to the train station, a little boy playing in his front yard runs up to the fence and looks at me...looks at me with eyes that take it all in...maybe he will say,

'Start writing. On the train. Tonight. In that gay little journal you carry around with you. It's what you naturally do, ever since the sixth grade, except this time it will be notes for this book. You'll be like a huge 33 year old goony sixth grader with a book deal writing on some lame ass commuter train. Now Go! Go on!'

Whatever he says, he will deliver the message that all of us have lost the ability to say in our jaded adult lives. Maybe how our lives finally change but only when it is right for our lives to change. That we are not in control of this thing. I look back at him just before making my turn on the last part of my walk toward the train. It feels like slow motion as he sizes me up that one last time. He opens his mouth and the words come out: 'Hey mister, why dont you have a car?'
Oh, man. #Quote by Dan Kennedy
Journal quotes by American Journal Of Nursing
#35. If only we could be honest, both admit our fears, touch one another...Then, it might not be so hard to die - in a hospital - with friends close by. #Quote by American Journal Of Nursing
Journal quotes by Wilford Woodruff
#36. The object is not so much to get you to keep a journal while you are young, as it is to get you to continue it after you become men and women, even through your whole lives. This is especially needed in the generation in which you live, for you live in as important a generation as the children of men ever saw, and it is far more important that you should begin early to keep a journal and follow the practice while you live, than that other generations should do so. #Quote by Wilford Woodruff
Journal quotes by Jim Rohn
#37. Be a collector of good ideas, but don't trust your memory. The best collecting place for all of the ideas and information that comes your way is your journal. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Journal quotes by J.L. Langley
#38. I swore I'd never become some lord's brainless arm ornament and political host, but I've become far worse. I'm a glorified housekeeper and sperm donor.
-from the journal of Payton Marcus Townsend. #Quote by J.L. Langley
Journal quotes by Daniel J. Siegel
#39. Writing in a journal activates the narrator function of our minds. Studies have suggested that simply writing down our account of a challenging experience can lower physiological reactivity and increase our sense of well-being, even if we never show what we've written to anyone else. #Quote by Daniel J. Siegel
Journal quotes by John Bowlby
#40. for to have a deep attachment for a person (or a place or thing) is to have taken them as the terminating object of our instinctual responses."
Separation anxiety. International Journal of Psycho-Analysts, XLI, 1-25 (1959( #Quote by John Bowlby
Journal quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#41. I had started keeping a journal, and I was discovering that I didn't need school in order to experience the misery of appearances. I could manufacture excruciating embarrassment in the privacy of my bedroom, simply by reading what I'd written in the journal the day before. Its pages faithfully mirrored my fraudulence and pomposity and immaturity. Reading it made me desperate to change myself, to sound less idiotic. As George Benson had stressed in Then Joy Breaks Through, the experience of growth and self-realization, even of ecstatic joy, were natural processes available to believers and nonbelievers alike. And so I declared private war on stagnation and committed myself privately to personal growth. The Authentic Relationship I wanted now was with the written page. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Journal quotes by Stephen Covey
#42. Keeping a personal journal a daily in-depth analysis and evaluation of your experiences is a high-leverage activity that increases self-awareness and enhances all the endowments and the synergy among them. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Journal quotes by Tom Brokaw
#43. Forty years after the greatest scandal of the American presidency, Elizabeth Drew's account in Washington Journal remains fresh and riveting, instructive and evocative. Her afterword on Nixon's post-Watergate life is equally compelling. #Quote by Tom Brokaw
Journal quotes by Hélène Berr
#44. This book made me feel strangely awkward, because I'm afraid of finding my own story in it. I take books too seriously. #Quote by Hélène Berr
Journal quotes by Jane Yolen
#45. Exercise the writing muscle every day, even if it is only a letter, notes, a title list, a character sketch, a journal entry. Writers are like dancers, like athletes. Without that exercise, the muscles seize up. #Quote by Jane Yolen
Journal quotes by Paul C. Nagel
#46. The young John Quincy Adams begins it lifelong habit of keeping a journal with reluctance that he might one day have to read it. He hopes, though, that the flaws in his earlier entries will be balanced by the progress he is able to see. #Quote by Paul C. Nagel
Journal quotes by Noel Fisher
#47. Mickey is a secret journal chained closed with a padlock, slammed inside a vault and dropped into the middle of the Pacific Ocean. #Quote by Noel Fisher
Journal quotes by H.W. Brands
#48. The horizons of man are incomparably narrower than that of the land on which he toils. Editor of the Nebraska journal #Quote by H.W. Brands
Journal quotes by Dave Eggers
#49. She needs a new journal. The one she has is problematic. To get to the present, she needs to page through the past, and when she does, she remembers things, and her new journal entries become, for the most part, reactions to the days she regrets, wants to correct, rewrite. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Journal quotes by Swami Sivananda Saraswati
#50. Blessed is he who keeps daily diary and compares the work of this week with that of the last, for he will realize God quickly! #Quote by Swami Sivananda Saraswati
Journal quotes by Jim Rohn
#51. Don't use your mind for a filing cabinet. Use your mind to work out problems and find answers; file away good ideas in your journal. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Journal quotes by Alan Moore
#52. Roschach's Journal: October 12th, 1985
Dog carcass in alley this morning, tire tread on burst stomach. This city is afraid of me. I have seen its true face.
The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood and when the drains finally scab over, all the vermin will drown.
The accumulated filth of all their sex and murder will foam up about their waists and all the whores and politicians will look up and shout "Save us!" ... and I'll look down and whisper "No. #Quote by Alan Moore
Journal quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#53. A journal, is a book that shall contain a record of all your joy, your ecstasy, what you are grateful for. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Journal quotes by Chris Abani
#54. The truth is, everything we know about America, everything Americans come to know about being American, isn't from the news. I live there. We don't go home at the end of the day and think, "Well, I really know who I am now because the Wall Street Journal says that the Stock Exchange closed at this many points." What we know about how to be who we are comes from stories. It comes from the novels, the movies, the fashion magazines. It comes from popular culture. #Quote by Chris Abani
Journal quotes by Anonymous
#55. More than 38 percent of women report depressive symptoms after deployment, compared with about 32 percent of men, according to a study published by the Journal of General Internal Medicine. #Quote by Anonymous
Journal quotes by Guy Kawasaki
#56. At the end of the day in business, it's not about peer review and getting into a scientific journal. You either increase sales, or not. #Quote by Guy Kawasaki
Journal quotes by Elizabeth Bishop
#57. A sentence in Auden's Airman's Journal has always seemed very profound to me
I
haven't the book here so I can't quote it exactly, but something about time and space and
how 'geography is a thousand times more important to modern man than history'
I
always like to feel where I am geographically all the time, on the map,
but maybe that
is something else again. #Quote by Elizabeth Bishop
Journal quotes by Tanya Moir
#58. Our house has its back to the sea,' writes Hester in her journal. 'Below us, the ocean spreads to the sky, twitching wide and blue and hungry. One would think it to be infinite. But we, of course, know better. #Quote by Tanya Moir
Journal quotes by Iain M. Banks
#59. In another large journal book, he wrote his notes out again, along with further notes on the notes, and then started to cross words out of the completed, annotated notes, carefully removing word after word until he had something that looked like a poem. This was how he imagined poetry to be made. #Quote by Iain M. Banks
Journal quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
#60. The personal opinions of the editors have no kind of weight in the eyes of the public: the only use of a journal is, that it imparts the knowledge of certain facts, and it is only by altering or distorting those facts that a journalist can contribute to the support of his own views. #Quote by Alexis De Tocqueville
Journal quotes by T.B. Schmid
#61. What in the sodding Dark happened back there on Aarden? What did you find?"

He stared at her hand for a long moment. His cheek muscle bunched rhythmically, a tell she had learned meant he was struggling over some internal debate. Sigel's Wives burned down from above; Sherp went on snoring away, and Scow appeared to be giving chase again. Mung, Voth and Rantham hadn't moved from where they lay in some time, either, and Biiko was at his post. This was about as alone as they could ever hope to be.

She reached up with her other hand, feather-soft, touched his cheek, his chin. It was rough with stubble, the same fiery copper-and-chestnut as his hair. His jaw stopped twitching and he closed his eyes, but did not resist as she gently turned his head to face her. She could hear the subtle trembling in his breathing and leaned closer, licked her cracked lips.

"Triistan, please...tell me what terrible secret you are guarding..." she whispered, barely a breath really, but his eyes snapped open as if she'd struck him. He looked so sad.

"I'm sorry," he mumbled. Then he was standing, gently disengaging himself from her, and moving towards Biiko where he stood his watch on the other side of the launch. He paused a moment at the mainmast and she thought he might come back, but he only turned his head, speaking over his shoulder without looking at her. His voice was heavy with sorrow.

"Please don't take my journal again." Without botheri #Quote by T.B. Schmid
Journal quotes by Peter Craig
#62. Just for future reference, don't use words like "love" anymore. It's a very sensitive word and it wears out quickly. Romeo barely says it, but John Hinckley filled up a whole journal with it. To put it into your terms, it's a currency that's easily devalued. Pretty soon you're saying it whenever you hang up the phone or whenever you leave. It turns into an apology. Then it's an excuse. Some assholes want it to be a bulletproof vest: don't hate me; I love you. But mostly it just means--more. More, more--give me something more. A couple of years from now, when you're on your own completely, if you really fall in love, if it really comes to that--and I pity you if it does--you have to look right down into the black of her eyes, right down into the emptiness in there and feel everything, absolutely everything she needs and you have to be willing to drown in it, Kevin. You'd have to want to be crushed, buried alive. Because that's what real love feels like--choking. They used to bury some women in their wedding dresses, you know. I thought it was because all those husbands were too cheap to spring for another gown, but now it makes sense: love is your first foot in the grave. That's why the second most abused word is "forever". #Quote by Peter Craig
Journal quotes by Terry Tempest Williams
#63. These handwritten words in the pages of my journal confirm that from an early age I have experienced each encounter in my life twice: once in the world, and once again on the page. #Quote by Terry Tempest Williams
Journal quotes by Kristin Hannah
#64. Marah will come looking for me one day, Kate had said, pressing the journal into my hands. Be with her when she reads it. And my boys ... show them these words when they can't remember me. #Quote by Kristin Hannah
Journal quotes by Magda Alexander
#65. She's lying on her bed reading. Not a girlie magazine, but a technical journal of some kind going by the cover. She's bathed and changed into another delectable baby doll, a black one this time, which shows more skin than the one from the night before. So, of course, my cock rises to the occasion. Damn. #Quote by Magda Alexander
Journal quotes by Pete Hamill
#66. The world was a grand confusion. Finally, when I was drunk, and my mind couldn't do what I wanted it to do, I went home. I would lie alone In the dark, feeling that I was a character in a story that had lost its plot."
Sann "Don't ever use the word tragedy again. You tell what happened, and let the reader say it's a tragedy. If you're crying, the reader won't. #Quote by Pete Hamill
Journal quotes by Michael Finkel
#67. Not for a moment did he consider keeping a journal. He would never allow anyone to read his private thoughts; therefore, he did not risk writing them down. "I'd rather take it to my grave," he said. And anyway, when was a journal ever honest? "It either tells a lot of truths to cover a single lie, " he said, "or a lot of lies to cover a single truth. #Quote by Michael Finkel
Journal quotes by Meg Cabot
#68. And now Rocky is begging me to watch Dora the Explorer with him. I understand that millions of kids love Dora and have learned to read or whatever from her show. But I wouldn't mind if Dora fell off a cliff and took her little pals with her #Quote by Meg Cabot
Journal quotes by Dominic Riccitello
#69. Some days I wonder if I stopped writing about him, if I'd love him a little less. #Quote by Dominic Riccitello
Journal quotes by Elizabeth Crook
#70. One would think the more obtrusive setting would create the greatest impact, but instead it is the solitude that presses with more force. #Quote by Elizabeth Crook
Journal quotes by Meg Cabot
#71. Meet me inside the Edge of the Icepack penguin enclosure in at four fifteen she says, sounding just like Kim Possible. If Kim Possible ever asked people to meet her inside a penguin enclosures. #Quote by Meg Cabot
Journal quotes by Neal Boortz
#72. Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Colin Campbell says that every member of the Georgia General Assembly with an IQ above 85 should be required to wear a crash helmet. That should take about ... oh, say 15 helmets? #Quote by Neal Boortz
Journal quotes by Elizabeth Daily
#73. I love going to the movies and being moved emotionally. I like my work, singing and writing in my journal. #Quote by Elizabeth Daily
Journal quotes by Lou Berthelson
#74. Nick opened Ruth's journal first. He leafed through several pages while shaking his head, it was like his mind was saying, "No, no, no!
He picked up Luedtke's journal and did the same flipping back and forth; suddenly he flipped back and stood completely still staring at the page he was on.He could not make his brain accept what he was seeing; both drawings were the same but labeled differently. The legend on Luedtke's had a subtitle, The Major Demons of Hell. #Quote by Lou Berthelson
Journal quotes by Jessica Simpson
#75. There are certain things that make me relax, like writing my journal. That's the only time that I'm relaxing. It's the only time I really get to examine myself. #Quote by Jessica Simpson
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#76. When I'm with you I feel like...That's just it. I feel. in a very literal sense, you drive me crazy. In a very literal sense, you make my heart beat faster. In a very literal sense, Ricky...you take my breath away. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by Heather Moehn
#77. Possible Problems with Journal Writing
Be careful not to get too involved with your journal. In many published journals, writers such as Anais Nin worried that they found writing in a journal so satisfying that they were trapped into spending their lives writing about events, rather than living them. Don't let writing about feelings replace speaking with others. Journal writing should be a tool to help you become more confident, not a crutch that increases your isolation. If you find yourself becoming too dependent on your journal, take a break from writing for a week or two. #Quote by Heather Moehn
Journal quotes by Meg Cabot
#78. But as you age, you lose other, even more important things, like friends-hopefully only bad friends, who maybe weren't as good for you as you once thought. With luck, you'll be able to hang on to your true friends, the ones who were always there for you ... even when you thought they weren't.
Because friends like that are more precious then all the tiaras in the world #Quote by Meg Cabot
Journal quotes by Barry Lynes
#79. In 1975, the respected British medical journal Lancet reported on a study which compared the effect on cancer patients of (1) a single chemotherapy, (2) multiple chemotherapy, and (3) no treatment at all. No treatment 'proved a significantly better policy for patients' survival and for quality of remaining life.' #Quote by Barry Lynes
Journal quotes by Kerri Maniscalco
#80. Without lifting his head from his own journal, he said, "Not having any luck figuring me out, then? Don't worry, you'll get better with practice. And, yes" - he grinned wickedly, eyes fixed on his paper - "you'll still fancy me tomorrow no matter how much you wish otherwise. I'm unpredictable, and you adore it. Just as I cannot wrap my massive brain around the equation of you and yet adore it. #Quote by Kerri Maniscalco
Journal quotes by John Steinbeck
#81. SOMETIMES, BUT NOT OFTEN, a rain comes to the Salinas Valley in November. It is so rare that the Journal or the Index or both carry editorials about it. The hills turn to a soft green overnight and the air smells good. Rain at this time is not particularly good in an agricultural sense unless it is going to continue, and this is extremely unusual. More commonly, the dryness comes back and the fuzz of grass withers or a little frost #Quote by John Steinbeck
Journal quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#82. I started screaming today. #Quote by Tahereh Mafi
Journal quotes by Hal Elrod
#83. Writing in a journal each day, with a structured, strategic process allows you to direct your focus to what you did accomplish, what you're grateful for, and what you're committed to doing better tomorrow. Thus, you more deeply enjoy your journey each day, feel good about any forward progress you made, and use a heightened level of clarity to accelerate your results. #Quote by Hal Elrod
Journal quotes by Ella Frank
#84. She's clutching the worn leather journal. It's ironic how it now seems like a safety blanket for her, yet to him, it represents a tragic nightmare. #Quote by Ella Frank
Journal quotes by Meg Cabot
#85. Inside the envelope with the letter was a little Princess Leia action figure USB flash drive. (they make these?) For me to store my novel on, since he was right-I never back up my computer's hard drive.
The sight of it-it's Princess Leia in her Hoth outfit, my favorite of her costumes (how had he remembered?) brought tears to my eyes. #Quote by Meg Cabot
Journal quotes by J.M. Paquette
#86. Klauden loved books. Burning the journal made his skin crawl. Even though he had read every word and committed most of it to memory, it still pained him to lose such knowledge, to know that he was now the only one who contained the words, and when he was gone, the information contained in those pages would go with him. Of course, he knew that such was the way of secrets, but it still hurt him to burn a book, regardless of the sound logic behind the action. #Quote by J.M. Paquette
Journal quotes by Deepak Chopra
#87. The main thing to do at the end of the day is to write in a gratitude journal all the things that you are grateful for that happened that day. You will invite even more abundance into your life. #Quote by Deepak Chopra
Journal quotes by Alicia Ostriker
#88. The writer who is a mother should, I think, record everything she can: make notes, keep journals, take photographs, use a tape recorder, and remind herself that there is a subject so incalculably vast significance to humanity, about which virtually nothing is known because writers have not been mothers. #Quote by Alicia Ostriker
Journal quotes by Jeff Olson
#89. Shawn Achor's five happy habits: Every morning write down three new things you're grateful for. Journal for two minutes a day about a positive experience from the past 24 hours. Meditate daily for a few minutes. At the start of every day, write an email to someone praising or thanking them. Get fifteen minutes of simple cardio exercise a day. #Quote by Jeff Olson
Journal quotes by Salman Rushdie
#90. Religion, a mediaeval form of unreason, when combined with modern weaponry becomes a real threat to our freedoms. This religious totalitarianism has caused a deadly mutation in the heart of Islam and we see the tragic consequences in Paris today. I stand with Charlie Hebdo, as we all must, to defend the art of satire, which has always been a force for liberty and against tyranny, dishonesty and stupidity. 'Respect for religion' has become a code phrase meaning 'fear of religion.' Religions, like all other ideas, deserve criticism, satire, and, yes, our fearless disrespect."

[I Stand With Charlie Hebdo, as We All Must (Wall Street Journal, January 7, 2015)] #Quote by Salman Rushdie
Journal quotes by William Boyd
#91. David Gascoyne once told me that the only point of keeping a journal was to concentrate of the personal, the diurnal minutiae, and forget the great significant events in the world at large. #Quote by William Boyd
Journal quotes by John Darnielle
#92. I still can't manage to keep a journal, and people have been telling me to since the fourth grade. #Quote by John Darnielle
Journal quotes by Robert Holden
#93. Keep a gratitude journal. Write down at least three things a day you are either thankful for, made you smile or genuinely inspired you. #Quote by Robert Holden
Journal quotes by Sophie Kinsella
#94. Everyone should keep a dream journal, did you know that? #Quote by Sophie Kinsella
Journal quotes by Anne Frank
#95. The nicest part is being able to write down all my thoughts and feeling; otherwise, I might suffocate. #Quote by Anne Frank
Journal quotes by Pharrell Williams
#96. I love playing. The keyboard is my journal. #Quote by Pharrell Williams
Journal quotes by Anais Nin
#97. I am a woman first of all. At the core of my work was a journal written for the father I lost, loved and wanted to keep. I am personal. I am essentially human, not intellectual. I do not understand abstract act. Only art born of love, passion, pain. #Quote by Anais Nin
Journal quotes by Yukio Mishima
#98. How oddly situated a man is apt to find himself at age thirty-eight! His youth belongs to the distant past. Yet the period of memory beginning with the end of youth and extending to the present has left him not a single vivid impression. And therefore he persists in feeling that nothing more than a fragile barrier separates him from his youth. He is forever hearing with the utmost clarity the sounds of this neighboring domain, but there is no way to penetrate the barrier.

Honda felt that his youth had ended with the death of Kiyoaki Matsugae. At that moment something real within him, something that had burned with a vibrant brilliance, suddenly ceased to be.
Now, late at night, when Honda grew weary of his legal drafts, he would pick up the dream journal that Kiyoaki had left him and turn over its pages.

(...)

Since then eighteen years had passed. The border between dream and memory had grown indistinct in Honda's mind. Because the words contained in this journal, his only souvenir of his friend, had been traced there by Kiyoaki's own hand, it had profound significance for Honda. These dreams, left like a handful of gold dust in a winnowing pan, were charged with wonder.

As time went by, the dreams and the reality took on equal worth among Honda's diverse memories. What had actually occurred was in the process of merging with what could have occurred. As reality rapidly gave way to dreams, the past seemed very much like the fut #Quote by Yukio Mishima
Journal quotes by A. C. Benson
#99. A diary need not be a dreary chronicle of one's movements; it should aim rather at giving salient account of some particular episode, a walk, a book, a conversation. #Quote by A. C. Benson
Journal quotes by A.A. Milne
#100. I suppose this is the reason why diaries are so rarely kept nowadays- that nothing ever happens to anybody. #Quote by A.A. Milne
Journal quotes by Annie Dillard
#101. I write in my own journal when something extraordinary or funny happens. And there's some nice imagery in there. I don't think of what to do with it. #Quote by Annie Dillard
Journal quotes by Christa McAuliffe
#102. NASA was going to pick a public school teacher to go into space, observe and make a journal about the space flight, and I am a teacher who always dreamed of going up into space. #Quote by Christa McAuliffe
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#103. Her eyes were a different shade of green today, a soft green. The colour of autumn leaves just before they started turning brown. He had known her for three years, and there were no two days that she looked the same. Every day was a different form of beauty that was slotted irrepressibly into his memory. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by SARK
#104. This imaginary gift is a journey for your imagination.
I send you ...
A luxury train ride. On this train are all the inspiring people you've ever wanted to meet or talk to. You glide from car to car, sitting or lying down on velvet lounge chairs, listening and asking questions. There is also a voluminous library on the train, with every book you've ever wanted to read or look at. Kind people bring you delicious tidbits to eat and nourishing liquids to drink. If you take a nap, time stands still until you return so you never miss anything. You receive a large journal filled with photographs, drawings and descriptions of your journey to take with you when you leave. You realize that you can board this train at any time. #Quote by SARK
Journal quotes by Melody  Lee
#105. Go places, everywhere you can See the world -
Bring a journal, a camera Try new foods
Meet new people, make new friends Different cultures
Bring you to your authentic self. #Quote by Melody Lee
Journal quotes by Leila Sales
#106. As I sat alone at my desk in the dark, I thought about suicide. Sometimes I did that, thought about suicide, though not in an active way - it was more like pulling a lucky stone out of your back pocket. It was a comforting thing to have with you, so you could rub your fingers over it, reassure yourself that it was there if you needed it. I didn't want to try to kill myself, didn't want the blood and the hysterical parents and the guilt, any of it. But sometimes I liked the idea of simply not having to be here anymore, not having to deal with my life. As if death could be just an extended vacation.
But now what I thought about suicide was this: If I died tonight, everyone would believe this journal was true.
Like Amelia, Chava, and Sally, everyone would forever believe that I had written that diary. Everyone would believe they knew how I "really felt." And how dare they? #Quote by Leila Sales
Journal quotes by Alex Honnold
#107. I have a journal of everything I've ever climbed since 2005. For the entry about free soloing Half Dome, I put a frowny face and added some little notes about what I should have done better, and then underlined it. Turns out that is one of my biggest climbing achievements. #Quote by Alex Honnold
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#108. Adrian." Tears filled her eyes. "Will you love me for the rest of my life?" "No." He shut his eyes and shook his head. "I'll love you for the rest of mine. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by V.C. Andrews
#109. It is so appropriate to color hope yellow, like the sun we seldom saw. And as I begin to copy from the old memorandum journals that I kept for so long, a title comes as if inspired. 'Open the Window and Stand in the Sunshine.' Yet, I hesitate to name our story that. For I think of us more as flowers in the attic. #Quote by V.C. Andrews
Journal quotes by May Sarton
#110. In the novel or the journal you get the journey. In a poem you get the arrival. #Quote by May Sarton
Journal quotes by Leigh Hershkovich
#111. Never stop writing. Whether you're writing a novel, screen play or just keeping a journal, it's integral that you make writing a daily process. The proof of the commitment to your craft is just how much time you spend doing it, whether it's for business or pleasure. Integrate your craft into your every day life, and you'll be as good as gold. #Quote by Leigh Hershkovich
Journal quotes by Tom Robbins
#112. There were no mail-order catalogues in 1492. Marco Polo's journal was the wish book of Renaissance Europe. Then, Columbus sailed the ocean blue and landed in Sears' basement. Despite all the Indians on the escalator, Columbus' visit came to be known as a discovery. #Quote by Tom Robbins
Journal quotes by Randy Wayne White
#113. A journal is more than a memory goad. It's therapeutic. The simple act of opening a notebook to put words down stills the crosscurrents of worry, drawing to focus the essential though patterms that best defines us, intersecting those thoughts with the condition of our life at that exact moment. A journal is one of the few anchors the human condition allows us. #Quote by Randy Wayne White
Journal quotes by John E. Mackey
#114. I realized that with everything I did from that point onward, I would have to ask myself this question: "How would I feel if what I'm doing right now is written up on the front page of the Wall Street Journal or the New York Times or if it is on television? Would I still do it?" That is a very useful exercise for leaders to engage in, because we shouldn't do anything we might be embarrassed by or ashamed of. #Quote by John E. Mackey
Journal quotes by Noam Chomsky
#115. The U.S. public should not learn that "state policies are overwhelmingly regressive, thus reinforcing and expanding social inequality," though designed in ways that lead "people to think that the government helps only the undeserving poor, allowing politicians to mobilize and exploit anti-government rhetoric and values even as they continue to funnel support to their better-off constituents" - I'm quoting here from the main establishment journal, Foreign Affairs, not from some radical rag. #Quote by Noam Chomsky
Journal quotes by Karl Kristian Flores
#116. I wish I hadn't met you in the rain: it comes every winter.
I wish you hadn't told me your favorite wine: I've become a drinker.
I wish I never showed you my hidden birthmark:
It looks back at me at night asking where you are.
I wish I hadn't read you my journal, all the pages praising you,
It's corrupted now that I can't tell if I write for me or you.
I wish I hadn't told you my daily routine: it's not mine anymore.
I can't enjoy 11:11, my favorite song, a birthday cake, or a concert tour.
I'm not afraid of the future, it's the past that takes a while. #Quote by Karl Kristian Flores
Journal quotes by Our Daily Bread Campus Journal
#117. The Bible is the Bread of Life, and it never becomes stale. #Quote by Our Daily Bread Campus Journal
Journal quotes by Wayne Gladstone
#118. Keeping this journal causes tension as much as it calms it. The writing busies my hands and occupies my mind, but there's something about the pen scratching against the thick textured paper that makes my words take on an uncomfortable weight. Online, words flow almost as quickly as thoughts without revision or purpose, the way they do when you're alone or with someone who's fallen in love with you. #Quote by Wayne Gladstone
Journal quotes by Michael Thomas Ford
#119. When The Journal of Words compiled its list of the one hundred best novels written in English, do you know that Pride and Prejudice was number twelve?" She stopped pacing and glared at Jane. "And do you know where Jane Eyre was?" she asked. She looked at the four of them in turn, but nobody answered her. "Number fifty-two!" she shrieked. "Fifty-two! Below that pornographic travesty Lolita!" She spat the title as if it were poison. "Below Huckleberry Finn! Below Ulysses. Have you ever tried to read Ulysses? Have you ever finished it? No, you haven't. No one has. They just carry it around and lie about having read it. #Quote by Michael Thomas Ford
Journal quotes by Lucy Larcom
#120. A journal of the 'subjective' kind I have always thought foolish, as nurturing a morbid self -consciousness in the writer; and yet, alone so much as I am, it is well to have some sort of a ventilator from the interior. #Quote by Lucy Larcom
Journal quotes by Bill Bryson
#121. journal Science in 1980 contending that women are genetically inferior at mathematics. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#122. The virus seemed to be thriving on his misery, relentlessly tearing through his insides.
Every day it made its rounds through his body. It started at his fingers, making them itch to touch her until he could almost feel her fleshy lips beneath his thumb, the silky strands of her hair sliding through his fingers. It would then move up to his arms, creating an urge to hold her, an urge that could not be fulfilled.
Next it went for his eyes, causing him to see her everywhere, in every little thing. He would see her in the kitchen, making coffee. He would see her cuddled up on the sofa, watching T.V. He had to blink several times before he realised that she wasn't really there. It would then move to his heart, ruthlessly choking it until it was so heavy and so sore, he could feel the pain of losing her in every beat.
And then, finally, just as night fell, it would attack his brain, invoking images of her.
Thoughts and memories and dreams. He could not take much more. It was slowly driving him insane. He could not break out of these shackles. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by Sara Shepard
#123. I kept a journal when I was a teenager, so I definitely look back on those to see how I dealt with friends and cliques and getting picked on, or boyfriend breakups. #Quote by Sara Shepard
Journal quotes by Natasha Potter
#124. Want to know one of the most rewarding and holistic ways to heal & make significant life choices that will fully align? Learning to slow down, breath, think, journal, talk, and process before reacting. Knowing you have worked through the issue, be it mentally, emotionally or spiritually, before taking action lets you write the script of your life how you want. Which in turn gives you the best chance of achieving your dreams #Quote by Natasha Potter
Journal quotes by Ronald L. Knaus DO
#125. Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease. The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has now been firmly established." -Dr. W. Spencer Way, Journal of the American Association of Physicians. #Quote by Ronald L. Knaus DO
Journal quotes by Hephzibah Anderson
#126. Reading has been proven to sharpen analytical thinking, enabling us to better discern patterns – a handy tool when it comes to the often baffling behaviour of ourselves and others. But fiction in particular can make you more socially able and empathetic. Last year, the Journal of Applied Social Psychology published a paper showing how reading Harry Potter made young people in the UK and Italy more positively disposed towards stigmatised minorities such as refugees. #Quote by Hephzibah Anderson
Journal quotes by Kit Williamson
#127. I carry around a notebook that is equal parts day planner and journal. Every morning, I check to see what the agenda for the day is, and if there isn't a plan, I make one. I strive to fill the rest of the page with miscellaneous thoughts and ideas and go back through and fill sparse pages as well. If I start skipping days, I know I'm off course and need to take a step back and ground my life. #Quote by Kit Williamson
Journal quotes by Ronald Carter
#128. The novels of Daniel Defoe are fundamental to eighteenth-century ways of thinking. They range from the quasi-factual A Journal of the Plague Year, an almost journalistic (but fictional) account of London between 1664 and 1665 (when the author was a very young child), to Robinson Crusoe, one of the most enduring fables of Western culture. If the philosophy of the time asserted that life was, in Hobbes's words, 'solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short', novels showed ways of coping with 'brutish' reality (the plague; solitude on a desert island) and making the best of it. There was no questioning of authority as there had been throughout the Renaissance.
Instead, there was an interest in establishing and accepting authority, and in the ways of 'society' as a newly ordered whole.

Thus, Defoe's best-known heroine, Moll Flanders, can titillate her readers with her first-person narration of a dissolute life as thief, prostitute, and incestuous wife, all the time telling her story from the vantage point of one who has been accepted back into society and improved her behaviour. #Quote by Ronald Carter
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#129. I've noticed. What's up with you these days?"
Adrian returned the sandwich to the box as he debated over what to tell her. One thing he had never done, was lie to Ricky and he was not going to start now. "I…uh…I have an infection," he finally conceded – it was a half-truth, right? "It seems to be eating at my brain. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by Margaret R. Ellsberg
#130. One could say that Hopkins practiced transubstantiation in every poem. By mysterious talent, he changed plain element into reality sublime. He encountered a jumble of weather, birds, trees, branches, waters, blooms, dewdrops, candle flames, prayers, then instressed them and, delighted, wrote in his journal, 'Chance left free toact falls into an order. #Quote by Margaret R. Ellsberg
Journal quotes by Fanny Burney
#131. I never pretend to be so superior a being as to be above having and indulging a hobby horse [her journal writing], and while I keep mine within due bounds and limits, nobody, I flatter myself, would wish to deprive me of the poor animal: to be sure, he is not formed for labour, and is rather lame and weak, but then the dear creature is faithful, constant, and loving, and though he sometimes prances, would not kick anyone into the mire, or hurt a single soul for the world
and I would not part with him for one who could win the greatest prize that ever was won at any races. #Quote by Fanny Burney
Journal quotes by Paul Auster
#132. I say at the very end of "Winter Journal" that I do dream about my father often. I think I have a tremendous compassion for him, which has grown over the years. A certain kind of pity for him also in that he was so unrealised as a human being, so dogged, and so shut-off from people in many ways. You know, I've been writing another book, and it's another non-fiction autobiographical work, kind of a compliment to "Winter Journal", and it's just finished. #Quote by Paul Auster
Journal quotes by Judy Collins
#133. I write journals and would recommend journal writing to anyone who wishes to pursue a writing career. You learn a lot. You also remember a lot ... and memory is important. #Quote by Judy Collins
Journal quotes by David Lynch
#134. I supported myself by delivering the 'Wall Street Journal' and doing odd jobs. I love plumbing and carpentry. #Quote by David Lynch
Journal quotes by Oriah Dreamer
#135. It is hard to be with another's pain if we cannot be with our own. Since I was a child I have always felt a deep sense of responsibility to ease others' pain. But I have discovered that often, beneath this genuine and admirable desire, lies an inability to be with my own sorrow. Several years ago, watching a close friend suffer when a brain aneurysm took away her life as she knew it, I wrote in my journal, I won't ask much. But if you would just let me save your life, perhaps it will not hurt so much to know I cannot save my own. #Quote by Oriah Dreamer
Journal quotes by Benjamin Alire Saenz
#136. But the thing is that I'm in love with Rafael's story. I think I understand when Adam says that all our stories are different but in some ways our stories are all the same. I never really got that. But when I start to read Rafael's journal, it's as if I can see myself. It's better than a mirror. #Quote by Benjamin Alire Saenz
Journal quotes by Cheryl Strayed
#137. The useless days will add up to something. The shitty waitressing jobs. The hours writing in your journal. The long meandering walks. The hours reading poetry and story collections and novels and dead people's diaries and wondering about sex and God and whether you should shave under your arms or not. These things are your becoming. #Quote by Cheryl Strayed
Journal quotes by Wilford Woodruff
#138. Some may say [journal keeping] is a great deal of trouble. But we should not call anything trouble which brings to pass good. I consider that portion of my life which has been spent in keeping journals and writing history to have been very profitably spent. - If there was no other motive in view [except] to have the privilege of reading over our journals and for our children to read, it would pay for the time spent in writing it. #Quote by Wilford Woodruff
Journal quotes by Gerry Canavan
#139. The Paraclete and "Book of Martha" narratives were ultimately versions of the dream of "fixing" of the human species that had driven (and stymied) the Parables books: "On the one hand," she writes in her journal, "I want to write fix-the-world scenario. I seem to need to write them. The fact that I don't believe in them--don't believe humanity is fixable--does create a problem #Quote by Gerry Canavan
Journal quotes by Francoise Gilot
#140. I paint the way some people write their autobiography. The paintings, finished or not, are the pages of my journal, and as such they are valid. The future will choose the pages it prefers. It's not up to me to make the choice. I have the impression that the time is speading on past me more and more rapidly. I'm like a river that rolls on, dragging with it the trees that grow too close to its banks or dead calves one might have thrown into it or any kind of microbes that develop in it. I carry all that along with me and go on. It's the movement of painting that interests me, the dramatic movement from one effort to the next, even if those efforts are perhaps not pushed to their ultimate end. In some of my paintings I can say with certainty that the effort has been brought to its full weight and its conclusion, because there I have been able to stop the flow of time around me. I have less and less time, and yet I have more and more to say, and what I have to say is,increasingly, something about what goes on in the movement of my thought. I've reached the moment, you see, when the movement of my thought interests me more than the thought itself. #Quote by Francoise Gilot
Journal quotes by Erica Jong
#141. I've kept journals at many times in my life starting from when I was about 13 or 14. But it's boring and contrived to keep a journal every day. Better to write as the mood strikes. #Quote by Erica Jong
Journal quotes by Leila Sales
#142. And isn't that such a freeing thing, to talk to somebody who already feels like your journal? #Quote by Leila Sales
Journal quotes by Joseph C. Lincoln
#143. That was in the days when everyone rode a bicycle, and the journal had a circulation of over one hundred and twenty-five thousand weekly, so my verses and illustrations became known to a fairly large public. #Quote by Joseph C. Lincoln
Journal quotes by Danny Castillones Sillada
#144. I'd like to think and believe that a billion light years away, into the distant filaments of galaxies, a place like this one exists, where all dreams come true, older people don't suffer from the misery of dying, and children are relieved from the veil of innocence and ignorance. Although I still want to feel the pain of being human, I'd like to live there, correct all my shortcomings, reconcile and profess my deepest affection to my loved ones, and ask for forgiveness to the people whom I've hurt or ignored in this life. (Danny Castillones Sillada, Out There, Inusara Journal) #Quote by Danny Castillones Sillada
Journal quotes by Rachele Baker
#145. We learn to appreciate what we achieve, no matter how small the achievement, because we do it ourselves. - Midge Rylander in Eighteen Months To Live #Quote by Rachele Baker
Journal quotes by Jon Meacham
#146. Baron Humboldt asked Jefferson, 'Why are these libels allowed? Why is not this libelous journal suppressed, or its editor at least, fined and imprisoned?' The question gave Jefferson a perfect opening. 'Put that paper in your pocket, Baron, and should you hear the reality of our liberty, the freedom of our press, questioned, show this paper, and tell where you found it. #Quote by Jon Meacham
Journal quotes by Pamela Paul
#147. For a girl who often felt like she lived more in the cozy world of books than in the unforgiving world of the playground, a book of books was the richest journal imaginable; it showed a version of myself I recognized and felt represented me. Over #Quote by Pamela Paul
Journal quotes by Thomas Mallon
#148. For almost every novel I've written, I've read the daily newspaper of the time almost as if it were my current subscription. For 'Two Moons,' which was set in 1877, I think I read just about every day of the 'Washington Evening Star' for that year. For 'Henry and Clara,' I read the 'Albany Evening Journal' of the time. #Quote by Thomas Mallon
Journal quotes by James Scott Bell
#149. The thing I do at the beginning is a "voice journal," a free form doc that is the character speaking to me. I just work on it until I start to hear different from my own, or the other characters. #Quote by James Scott Bell
Journal quotes by William Zinsser
#150. Journalism is writing that first appears in any periodic journal. #Quote by William Zinsser
Journal quotes by Stephen Covey
#151. Writing is another powerful way to sharpen the mental saw. Keeping a journal of our thoughts, experiences, insights, and learnings promotes mental clarity, exactness, and context. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Journal quotes by Hope Jahren
#152. I know damn well that if there had been a way to get to success without traveling through disaster someone would have already done it and thus rendered the experiments unnecessary, but there's still no journal where I can tell the story of how my science is done with both the heart and the hands. Eventually #Quote by Hope Jahren
Journal quotes by Beaumont Newhall
#153. Over the years, photography has been to me what a journal is to a writer - a record of things seen and experienced, moments in the flow of time, documents of significance to me, experiments in seeing. #Quote by Beaumont Newhall
Journal quotes by Heather Moehn
#154. Ideas for Journal Entries

You may find the following ideas useful in beginning your journal or keeping the entries varied. If you are not used to expressing your thoughts on paper, it may seem awkward at first. The longer you do it, the easier it will become. You'll be amazed at the insight you gain into your life.

-Write about your most memorable experience with social anxiety. How did you feel? What did you think? How did others react? Why do you think the event happened?

-Write about situations that make you anxious every day. Record your thoughts, feelings, and actions. You may want to divide the page into columns with the headings: situation or event; negative thoughts; physical reactions; and actions. Following is an example of how this may look:

Situation or Event
Should I attend the first art class after school.

Negative Thoughts
I thought about skipping out. I was afraid of what people would think. I wanted to do a good job.

Physical Reactions
I felt a shortness of breath. In general, I was nervous and in a bad mood.

Actions
I took some deep breaths and visualized the class going well. Later, I became engrossed in my drawing.


-Write about a time when you were pleased with how you acted in a social situation.

-Identify times when anxiety symptoms kept you from doing something that you really wanted to do. How did you feel? What might have happen #Quote by Heather Moehn
Journal quotes by Pharrell Williams
#155. The keyboard is my journal. #Quote by Pharrell Williams
Journal quotes by Johnny Depp
#156. My body is a journal in a way. It's like what sailors used to do, where every tattoo meant something, a specific time in your life when you make a mark on yourself, whether you do it yourself with a knife or with a professional tattoo artist. #Quote by Johnny Depp
Journal quotes by John Van Hamersveld
#157. In 2008, 'Surfer's Journal' published 'The Next Wave' image with an article. #Quote by John Van Hamersveld
Journal quotes by Robert B. Taylor
#158. If you submit an
article to a major refereed clinical journal and it is accepted
upon first submission without a single revision, let me
know and I will take you to dinner the next time you are in
Portland, Oregon. #Quote by Robert B. Taylor
Journal quotes by Ernie J Zelinski
#159. The longer you work, the more money you'll have for retirement. But the longer you work, the less time you'll have to enjoy that retirement. - Wall Street Journal #Quote by Ernie J Zelinski
Journal quotes by Ethan M. Rasiel
#160. Does your particular field have a trade journal? These magazines are always looking for copy from industry insiders: Write a good article and you will get your name in front of people who would otherwise never have heard of you. Meet your competitors too. Today's competitor could change jobs and become tomorrow's customer. Make sure he knows you! It all adds up to making sure your name is the one your customers think of when they have a need you can fill. #Quote by Ethan M. Rasiel
Journal quotes by Madeleine L'Engle
#161. If you want to write ... keep an honest, unpublishable journal that nobody reads, nobody but you. Where you just put down what you think about life, what you think about things, what you think is fair and what you think is unfair. #Quote by Madeleine L'Engle
Journal quotes by Junot Diaz
#162. Was I really reading my roommate's journal behind his back? Of course I was. #Quote by Junot Diaz
Journal quotes by David Jeremiah
#163. A journal is a great way to keep track of what happens daily in your walk with God and to record your prayers and thoughts. #Quote by David Jeremiah
Journal quotes by Gregory Maguire
#164. Finally the gorilla queen had had enough. She wrote a letter to the editor of Baboons' Home Journal and asked for advice. The editor printed her letter (but in order to protect her privacy, changed her name from 'Gorilla Queen' to 'Worried in the Royal Castle'). The editor suggested hiring a local hunter to take the little troublemaker out into the woods, kill him, and cut his heart out and bring it back. 'Check page 44 of last month's issue for delicious recipes, at just pennies a serving!' she concluded. #Quote by Gregory Maguire
Journal quotes by Jaclyn Nicole Johnston
#165. What you believe you deserve is what you get in life. Change your beliefs and your life transforms. #Quote by Jaclyn Nicole Johnston
Journal quotes by Ted Kooser
#166. Keeping a journal is like taking good care of one's heart. #Quote by Ted Kooser
Journal quotes by Jack Croxall
#167. At least I'll have left something to be remembered by. As well as my corpse, of course. #Quote by Jack Croxall
Journal quotes by Heather Havrilesky
#168. Focus on yourself instead. Go see a therapist and dig into your earliest memories, what makes you tick, what you want from your life, and what you expect from love. Dig in and figure out who you are. Keep a journal and write down your thoughts every morning and every night. Listen to music if that helps you to access your emotions more easily.

While you're doing this, train your social energies on enriching your friendships. Think about what it would take to have closer friendships with people. Would you have to see each other more often for camaraderie and familiarity to build? Would you need to have lunch or dinner so you could sit across from each other and talk? What if you hosted a weekly poker game with the same people every week, women and men? What if you tried to go out to a movie with a friend once a month? Casual friendships grow into close friendships with repeated experience, so allow it to happen. Accumulate experience together. As you each open up, trust will build. #Quote by Heather Havrilesky
Journal quotes by Morris Kline
#169. Every paper published in a respectable journal should have a preface by the author stating why he is publishing the article, and what value he sees in it. I have no hope that this practice will ever be adopted. #Quote by Morris Kline
Journal quotes by Melissa Steginus
#170. Journaling is a great way to pay attention to "how it all came to be." In looking back, you gain insight into (and appreciation for) your challenges, lessons, and perseverance. #Quote by Melissa Steginus
Journal quotes by Robert M. Parker, Jr.
#171. It's nearly impossible to believe just how provincial the wine world was in 1978, the year I launched my journal, 'The Wine Advocate.' There were no wines exported from New Zealand and virtually none from Australia (including Penfolds Grange, one of the greatest wines in existence). #Quote by Robert M. Parker, Jr.
Journal quotes by Barbara Holland
#172. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition claims that a moderate beer drinker - whatever that means - swallows 11 percent of his dietary protein needs, 12 percent of the carbohydrates, 9 percent of essential phosphorus, 7 percent of his riboflavin, and 5 percent of niacin. Should he go on to immoderate beer drinking, he becomes a walking vitamin pill. #Quote by Barbara Holland
Journal quotes by Michael Chabon
#173. There was something unmistakably exultant about the mess that Rosa had made. Her bedroom-studio was at once the canvas, journal, museum, and midden of her life. She did not "decorate" it; she infused it. #Quote by Michael Chabon
Journal quotes by Meghan Daum
#174. I don't keep a diary or a journal. Sometimes I'll send emails to friends, and that's a way of recording what I was thinking at any given time. But I've never been a journal keeper. #Quote by Meghan Daum
Journal quotes by Dean G. Stroud
#175. On one occasion Barth invited a student to contribute an essay to the journal. The student was Max Lackmann, who was only twenty-four years old at the time. The essay, "Lord, Where Shall We Go?" appeared in the summer of 1934 and clearly drew a line between faithfulness to God's word and faithfulness to the Nazi state. #Quote by Dean G. Stroud
Journal quotes by Eli Pariser
#176. What was once an anonymous medium where anyone could be anyone - where, in the words of the famous New Yorker cartoon, nobody knows you're a dog - is now a tool for soliciting and analyzing our personal data. According to one Wall Street Journal study, the top fifty Internet sites, from CNN to Yahoo to MSN, install an average of 64 data-laden cookies and personal tracking beacons each. Search for a word like "depression" on Dictionary.com, and the site installs up to 223 tracking cookies and beacons on your computer so that other Web sites can target you with antidepressants. Share an article about cooking on ABC News, and you may be chased around the Web by ads for Teflon-coated pots. Open - even for an instant - a page listing signs that your spouse may be cheating and prepare to be haunted with DNA paternity-test ads. The new Internet doesn't just know you're a dog; it knows your breed and wants to sell you a bowl of premium kibble. #Quote by Eli Pariser
Journal quotes by Robert Macfarlane
#177. I remembered what Thoreau had written in his journal about thinking nothing of walking eight miles to greet a tree. #Quote by Robert Macfarlane
Journal quotes by Jim Rohn
#178. If you hear a good idea, capture it; write it down. Don't trust your memory. Then on a cold wintry evening, go back through your journal, the ideas that changed your life, the ideas that saved your marriage, the ideas that bailed you out of bankruptcy, the ideas that helped you become successful, the ideas that made you millions. What a good review-going back over the collection of ideas that you gathered over the years. So be a collector of good ideas for your business, for your relationships, for your future. #Quote by Jim Rohn
Journal quotes by Brene Brown
#179. A study published in the October 22, 2014, issue of the journal Neuron suggests that the brain's chemistry changes when we become curious, helping us better learn and retain information. But curiosity is uncomfortable because it involves uncertainty and vulnerability. #Quote by Brene Brown
Journal quotes by Rick Yancey
#180. He was a finisher who could not finish. He was the heart of a hunter who lacked the heart to kill.
In her journal she had written I am humanity, and something in those three words split him in two.
She was the may fly, here for a day, then gone. She was the last star, burning bright in a sea of limitless black.
Erase the human.
In a burst of blinding light, the star Cassiopeia exploded and the world went black.
Evan Walker had been undone. #Quote by Rick Yancey
Journal quotes by Monica Millner
#181. That overzealous new natural is not intentionally trying to cause you pain. She just lovingly wants her sister to know the freedom of accepting, loving and nurturing her natural hair texture. Once that level of freedom is achieved, one can truly know that we are not our hair. #Quote by Monica Millner
Journal quotes by Sarah Ockler
#182. Frankie was so mad that she threw my journal into the bottom of the ocean where it is banished for all eternity with a lovesick mermaid who cries out pieces of sea glass. Are you going to eat that bacon? #Quote by Sarah Ockler
Journal quotes by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
#183. When he opened his eyes again, all words escaped him. He had seen her just a second ago and yet his eyes were unprepared for the beauty they saw. Her face was perfect.
Her cheeks were still flushed from the excitement. It was the same face he could not wait to see every morning; the same cheeks he had kissed every day for the past four weeks. "You're not good for me," he whispered. #Quote by Jacqueline Francis - The Journal
Journal quotes by Hélène Berr
#184. Now that everybody thinks he looks a little Slavic, it annoys me. I don't want that to be the reason I find him charming. I found him charming for no reason, because he is who he is. #Quote by Hélène Berr
Journal quotes by Barbara Corcoran
#185. I became a larger than life figure for one reason only. When you're quoted in the 'Wall Street Journal', the 'New York Times', constantly as the expert in the business people assume you're a lot bigger than you are. And then I had to run like hell to catch up with my own image. #Quote by Barbara Corcoran
Journal quotes by Marisha Pessl
#186. [Adapted and condensed Valedictorian speech:]

I'm going to ask that you seriously consider modeling your life, not in the manner of the Dalai Lama or Jesus - though I'm sure they're helpful - but something a bit more hands-on, Carassius auratus auratus, commonly known as the domestic goldfish. People make fun of the goldfish. People don't think twice about swallowing it. Jonas Ornata III, Princeton class of '42, appears in the Guinness Book of World Records for swallowing the greatest number of goldfish in a fifteen-minute interval, a cruel total of thirty-nine. In his defense, though, I don't think Jonas understood the glory of the goldfish, that they have magnificent lessons to teach us. If you live like a goldfish, you can survive the harshest, most thwarting of circumstances. You can live through hardships that make your cohorts - the guppy, the neon tetra - go belly-up at the first sign of trouble. There was an infamous incident described in a journal published by the Goldfish Society of America - a sadistic five-year-old girl threw hers to the carpet, stepped on it, not once but twice - luckily she'd done it on a shag carpet and thus her heel didn't quite come down fully on the fish. After thirty harrowing seconds she tossed it back into its tank. It went on to live another forty-seven years. They can live in ice-covered ponds in the dead of winter. Bowls that haven't seen soap in a year. And they don't die from neglect, not immediately. They hold on for thre #Quote by Marisha Pessl
Journal quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#187. The journal and Gansey were clearly long acquainted, and he wanted her to know. This is me. The real me. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
Journal quotes by Frank McCourt
#188. Inertia is, perhaps, the single most powerful stumbling block to writing. It takes energy, courage, patience, and commitment to keep writing in your journal. It's no small thing to open doors, let down barriers, enter sealed rooms, and walk obscure avenues of memory that haven't been traveled in years - or perhaps ever been traveled. #Quote by Frank McCourt
Journal quotes by Martina Navratilova
#189. Keeping a journal of what's going on in your life is a good way to help you distill what's important and what's not. #Quote by Martina Navratilova
Journal quotes by Alisha Rai
#190. In the deepest, darkest depths of her heart where she kept all her dreams locked up in a pink journal decorated with ponies and unicorns, she'd fantasized about declaring her love for Sasha Karimi for two years. In those scenarios, he generally fell to his knees in thrilled delight before he reciprocated the feelings and then they got married and had lots of babies and maybe a pet iguana and lived happily ever after. #Quote by Alisha Rai
Journal quotes by Arthur Wellesley
#191. When my journal appears, many statues must come down. #Quote by Arthur Wellesley
Journal quotes by L.M. Montgomery
#192. It is a start, and I mean to keep on, I find written in my old journal of that year. #Quote by L.M. Montgomery
Journal quotes by Randy Schekman
#193. It is common, and encouraged by many journals, for research to be judged by the impact factor of the journal that publishes it. But as a journal's score is an average, it says little about the quality of any individual piece of research. #Quote by Randy Schekman
Journal quotes by Sarah Ockler
#194. I pick up my journal, mug, and granola bar wrapper, look up to the sky, and curse the God of Summer Vacations for getting me into this whole albatross-ditching, Sam-avoiding, aiding-and-abetting mess in the first place. #Quote by Sarah Ockler
Journal quotes by Max Levchin
#195. As I was getting interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, or some big pub guy, all I remember was that he went off to the bathroom for a second, and they brought out my omelet. The next thing I remember, I woke up, and I was on the side of my own omelet, and there was no one at Buck's. Everyone was gone. They just let me sleep. #Quote by Max Levchin
Journal quotes by Justin Halpern
#196. I was an angst-y journal writing kid. #Quote by Justin Halpern
Journal quotes by P.D. James
#197. He had begun the diary less as a record of his life (for whom and why? What life?) than as a regular and self-indulgent exploration, a means of makings sense of the past years, part catharsis, part comforting affirmation. #Quote by P.D. James
Journal quotes by Amelia Gray
#198. Writing is an outlet, but it's not an outlet of escape. People keep a journal when they want to escape. I write to rub my face in it. #Quote by Amelia Gray
Journal quotes by Siobhan Davis
#199. Zane looks pensive, and then his lips twitch. "They say most girls end up marrying a guy just like their dad."
"Oh God … That's so lame," I say, spluttering as coffee dribbles down my chin.
"I believe it's a tried and tested theory," he says, standing up and wiping my chin with the back of his hand. I jolt at his touch.
"Now it's a theory? I thought it was a saying? Next you'll be telling me it's a fact." I flop back down on the couch.
"Empirical evidence shows that sixty-eight percent of girls marry a guy who displays similar personality traits to her father ..." His voice trails off as I shake my head. "What?" he asks, his palms open and raised.
"You really need to get out more. Where'd you glean that interesting nugget? The desperate men's journal perhaps? #Quote by Siobhan Davis
Journal quotes by Mark Twain
#200. It was such ecstacy to dream, and dream - till you got a bite.

A scorpion bite. Then the first duty was to get up out of the grass and kill the scorpion; and the next to bathe the bitten place with alcohol or brandy; and the next to resolve to keep out of the grass in the future. Then came an adjournment to the bedchamber and the pastime of writing up the day's journal with one hand and the destruction of mosquitoes with the other - a whole community of them at a slap. Then, observing an enemy approaching - a hairy tarantula on stilts - why not set the spittoon on him? It is done, and the projecting ends of his paws give a luminous idea of the magnitude of his reach. Then to bed and become a promenade for a centipede with forty-two legs on a side and every foot hot enough to burn a whole through a raw-hide. More soaking with alcohol, and a resolution to examine the bed before entering it, in future. Then wait, and suffer, till all the mosquitoes in the neighborhood have crawled in under the bar, then slip out quickly, shut them in and sleep peacefully on the floor till morning. Meantime, it is comforting to curse the tropics in occasional wakeful intervals. #Quote by Mark Twain

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