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Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Len Wiseman
#1. So I was drawing in a lot of the habit district in Brazil, put that together with an Asian influence, so there are a lot of different things in terms of architecture which assisted in the construction. Then every sci-fi movie I've grown up with from 'Blade Runner' to 'Aliens' and 'Star Wars.' #Quote by Len Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
#2. Her name was Pilar Ternera. She had been part of the exodus that ended with the founding of Macondo, dragged along by her family in order to separate her from the man who had raped her at fourteen and had continued to love her until she was twenty-two, but who never made up his mind to make the situation public because he was a man
apart. He promised to follow her to the ends of the earth, but only later on, when he put his affairs in order, and she had become tired of waiting for him, always identifying him with the tall and short, blond and brunet men that her cards promised from land and sea within three days, three months, or three years. With her waiting she had lost the strength
of her thighs, the firmness of her breasts, her habit of tenderness, but she kept the madness of her heart intact. Maddened by that prodigious plaything, José Arcadio followed her path every night through the labyrinth of the room. On a certain occasion he found the door barred, and he knocked several times, knowing that if he had the boldness
to knock the first time he would have had to knock until the last, and after an interminable wait she opened the door for him. During the day, lying down to dream, he would secretly enjoy the memories of the night before. But when she came into the house, merry, indifferent, chatty, he did not have to make any effort to hide his tension, because that woman, whose explosive laugh frightened off the doves, had nothing to do with the invisible #Quote by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Rumi
#3. Neither this body am I, nor soul, Nor these fleeting images passing by, Nor concepts and thoughts, mental images, Nor yet sentiments and the psyche's labyrinth. Who then am I? A consciousness without origin, Not born in time, nor begotten here below. I am that which was, is and ever shall be, A jewel in the crown of the Divine Self, A star in the firmament of the luminous One. #Quote by Rumi
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Ellen Marie Wiseman
#4. When we're together," he whispered, "we'll only see each other, not the ugliness around us. #Quote by Ellen Marie Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Len Wiseman
#5. I just gravitate to movies where the mystery is the character himself. Any time you see a trailer of something where somebody is questioning 'Who am I?' I'm hooked. #Quote by Len Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Suzanne Collins
#6. If I have to pick one story that most influenced 'The Hunger Games,' it would be the Greek myth of Theseus, which I read when I was about 8 years old. In punishment for past deeds, Athens periodically had to send seven youths and seven maidens to a labyrinth. In the maze was this Minotaur, and it would eat them. #Quote by Suzanne Collins
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Stephen Dobyns
#7. Theseus Within the Labyrinth pt.2

But nobody like Theseus likes a smart girl, always
telling him to dress warmly and eat plenty of fiber.
She was one of those people who are never in doubt.
Had he sharpened his sword, tied his sandals?
Without her, of course, he would have never escaped
the labyrinth. Why hadn't he thought of that trick
with the ball of yarn? But as he looked down
at her sleeping form, this woman who was already
carrying his child, maybe he thought of their
future together, how she would correctly foretell
the mystery or banality behind each locked door.
So probably he shook his head and said, Give me
a dumb girl any day, and crept back to his ship
and sailed away. Of course Ariadne was revenged.
She would have told him to change the sails,
to take down the black ones, put up the white.
She would have reminded him that his father,
the king of Athens, was waiting on a high cliff
scanning the Aegean for Theseus's returning ship,
white for victory, black for defeat. She would
have said how his father would see the black sails,
how the grief for the supposed death of his one son
would destroy him. But Theseus and his men had
brought out the wine and were cruising a calm sea
in a small boat filled to the brim with ex-virgins.
Who could have blamed him? Until he heard the distant
scream and his head shot up to see the black sa #Quote by Stephen Dobyns
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by John Green
#8. After all this time, it seems to me like straight and fast is the only way out- but I choose the labyrinth. The labyrinth blows, but I choose it. #Quote by John Green
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Menna Van Praag
#9. Walt's father had been shopping with his son on a Sunday afternoon when he'd wandered into All Saints' Passage and found the bookshop. A silent boy, Walt still hadn't spoken, so there was no reason to think he'd be interested in reading yet. But when Walt snuck through the door, under his father's arm, he let out a gasp of delight.
He had stepped into a kingdom: an oak labyrinth of bookshelves, corridors and canyons of literature beckoning him, whispering enchanting words Walt had never heard before. The air was smoky with the scent of leather, ink and paper, caramel-rich and citrus-sharp. Walt stuck out his small tongue to taste this new flavor and grinned, sticky with excitement. And he knew, all of a sudden and deep in his soul, that this was a place he belonged more than any other. #Quote by Menna Van Praag
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Aldous Huxley
#10. There she remained; and yet wasn't there at all, was all the time away, infinitely far away, on holiday; on holiday in some other world, where the music of the radio was a labyrinth of sonorous colours,a sliding, palpitating labyrinth, that led (by what beautifully inevitable windings) to a bright centre of absolute conviction; where the dancing images of the television box were the performers in some indescribably delicious all-singing feely; where the dripping patchouli was more than scent_was the sun, was a million sexophones, was Popé making love, only much more so, incomparably more, and without end. #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Paula Wiseman
#11. You know, the Bible says God never puts more on you than you can bear, right? You are carrying as much as you can right now. Whether or not that's more or less than what I can handle is irrelevant. Suffering is not a contest #Quote by Paula Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Marry Shelley
#12. Is there a feeling as love at first sight ? and if there be, in what does its nature differ from love founded in long observation and slow growth? perhaps its effect are not permanent; but they are, while they last, as violent and intense. We walk the pathless mazes of society vacant of joy till we hold this clue, leading us though that labyrinth of paradise and our nature dim like to an enlightened touch sleeps in formless blank till the fire attain it #Quote by Marry Shelley
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Hermann Hesse
#13. And who over the ruins of his life pursued its fleeting, fluttering significance, while he suffered its seeming meaninglessness and lived its seeming madness, and who hoped in secret at the last turn of the labyrinth of Chaos for revelation and God's presence ... #Quote by Hermann Hesse
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Haruki Murakami
#14. Tengo could hardly believe it
that in this frantic, labyrinth-like world, two people's hearts
a boy's and a girl's
could be connected, unchanged, even though they hadn't seen each other for twenty years. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Peter Ackroyd
#15. 'London' is a gallery of sensation of impressions. It is a history of London in a thematic rather than a chronological sense with chapters of the history of smells, the history of silence, and the history of light. I have described the book as a labyrinth, and in that sense in complements my description of London itself. #Quote by Peter Ackroyd
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Rosalind Wiseman
#16. Being a parent does not give you an excuse for bad manners. #Quote by Rosalind Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Jorge Luis Borges
#17. I think - the hero observes that nothing is so frightening as a labyrinth with no center. #Quote by Jorge Luis Borges
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Jorge Luis Borges
#18. A man sets out to draw the world. As the years go by, he peoples a space with images of provinces, kingdoms, mountains, bays, ships, islands, fishes, rooms, instruments, stars, horses, and individuals. A short time before he dies, he discovers that the patient labyrinth of lines traces the lineaments of his own face. #Quote by Jorge Luis Borges
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Peter Ackroyd
#19. London is a labyrinth, half of stone and half of flesh. #Quote by Peter Ackroyd
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Hilary Mantel
#20. Were you ever at the cathedral in Chartres? You walk the labyrinth," he says, "set into the pavement, and it seems there is no sense in it. But if you follow it faithfully it leads you straight to the center. Straight to where you should be. #Quote by Hilary Mantel
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by John O'Donohue
#21. There is a labyrinth within the soul. #Quote by John O'Donohue
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Len Wiseman
#22. A lot of these movies are informed by the movies that come before them. #Quote by Len Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by J.M. Frey
#23. My first crush was a sarcastic know-it-all Immortal named Methos, a character from Highlander. To this day I am convinced he is my perfect soulmate. And the focus of my sexual awakening. Lots of people cite the boiler room scene from My So-Called Life, Jareth in Labyrinth, Colin Firth in Pride & Prejudice, or any/all members of the Fellowship of the Ring. But mine happened when Methos rolled out of bed in nothing but boxers to defend his life with a Roman short sword. Unf. #Quote by J.M. Frey
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Liz Wiseman
#24. Those willing to leave the comfort zone of their expertise have the opportunity to climb a learning curve, forge new ground, and reap the promise of growth. As #Quote by Liz Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Richard Wiseman
#25. The next time you are trying to be creative in a meeting, gently lean forward and pull against the table. When the going gets tough, cross your arms to help perseverance in the face of failure. If that doesn't work, lie down. If anyone accuses you of being lazy, quietly explain that you are employing your locus coeruleus in the war against rigid thinking. #Quote by Richard Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Ellen Marie Wiseman
#26. Then again, she didn't like small talk either, so she was glad he wasn't commenting on the weather or the landscape. Life was too big and too short and too important to talk about the lack of rain or the latest gossip. She wanted to know how people felt about themselves and one another, whether they were happy or sad. She wanted to know what made them feel loved and what hurt them to the core. She wanted to know about their past, how they got where they were, and their relationships with their mothers and fathers and siblings. She wanted to know if she was the only mixed-up person in the world who felt completely and utterly alone. #Quote by Ellen Marie Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Cathy Wiseman
#27. evidence from functional magnetic resonance imaging showing that patients with BPD have hyperactivity in the limbic areas of the brain, especially the amygdala, and hypoactivity in the prefrontal cortex [and] in complex interaction with childhood trauma common among borderline patients, can result in the . . . behavior recognized as the symptoms of BPD: impulsive aggression, lack of affective control, and a profound mistrust born out of early disruption in the development of emotional attachment.8 Obviously, psychological theories for BPD #Quote by Cathy Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by John Green
#28. Get me out of this labyrinth #Quote by John Green
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Gilles Deleuze
#29. The city seems to be a labyrinth that can be ordered. The world is an infinite series of curvatures or inflections, and the entire world is enclosed in the soul from one point of view. #Quote by Gilles Deleuze
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Richard Wiseman
#30. Happiness doesn't just flow from success; it actually causes it. #Quote by Richard Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Beth Wiseman
#31. She said life will never go the way you plan. But putting your total trust in God is the answer. #Quote by Beth Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by A.C.H. Smith
#32. You are cruel, Sarah. We are well matched, you and I. I need your cruelty, just as you need mine. #Quote by A.C.H. Smith
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Saul Williams
#33. Pools of blood are not recreational even lifeguards drown when the undertow breaks bread with the underbelly demons disguised as sharks have not put enough thought into their costumes a wiseman stays ashore when pointed fins read like italian subtitles the end is near ( ... ) the beginning #Quote by Saul Williams
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by C.J. Duggan
#34. David Bowie in that Labyrinth movie. That guy is all seeing, all knowing. Has a crystal ball or something. What he doesn't know doesn't exist. #Quote by C.J. Duggan
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Len Wiseman
#35. With Die Hard it was just something that I, you know, I grew up with those movies. I made a Die Hard movie with my friends in my backyard during high school. It was terrible. #Quote by Len Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Umberto Eco
#36. Poor idiot! Are you so foolish as to believe we will openly teach you the greatest and most important of secrets? I assure you that anyone who attempts to study, according to the ordinary and literal sense of their words, what the Hermetic Philosophers write, will soon find himself in the twists of a labyrinth from which he will be unable to escape, having no Ariadne's thread to lead him out. - Artephius #Quote by Umberto Eco
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Gottfried Leibniz
#37. There are two famous labyrinths where our reason very often goes astray. One concerns the great question of the free and the necessary, above all in the production and the origin of Evil. The other consists in the discussion of continuity, and of the indivisibles which appear to be the elements thereof, and where the consideration of the infinite must enter in. #Quote by Gottfried Leibniz
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Robert Desnos
#38. And if I must follow you to the abyss, follow you I shall!
You are not the passer-by, but the one who remains. The notion of eternity is linked to my love for you. No, you are not the passer-by nor the strange pilot guiding the adventurer through the labyrinth of desire. You have opened to me the country of passion itself. I lose myself in your thoughts more surely than in a desert. And even as I write these lines, I have still not confronted my image of you with your "reality". You are not the passer-by but the eternal lover, whether you wish it or not. Painful joy of the passion aroused by meeting you. I suffer, but my suffering is dear to me, and if I hold my self in any esteem, it is because I have encountered you in my blind rush towards the shifting horizons. #Quote by Robert Desnos
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Grace Curley
#39. The labyrinth was dirty, constricting. The smell of wet and rotted vines littered the air, making his tentative hands twitch and curl
with desperation. How he wished to be free again! To feel the glaciers melt into springs and witness the stars turn themselves
over and over again under his fingertips. #Quote by Grace Curley
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Joseph Campbell
#40. It is, indeed, very little that we need! But lacking that, the adventure into the labyrinth is without hope. #Quote by Joseph Campbell
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Beth Wiseman
#41. Everything happens on the Lord's time frame. Not ours. We can't have regrets. We are exactly where we are today because of every event that led us here. (I just want to be with you. I love you, and I always have.) #Quote by Beth Wiseman
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by Guillermo Del Toro
#42. Only books talked about all the things adults didn't want you to ask about--Life. Death. Good and Evil. And what else truly mattered in life. #Quote by Guillermo Del Toro
Labyrinth Wiseman quotes by James Thurber
#43. The average sendentary man of our time who is at all suggestible must emerge from this chapter believing that his chances of surviving a combination of instinct, complexes, reflexes, glands, sex, and present-day traffic conditions are about equal to those of a one-legged man trying to get out of a labyrinth. #Quote by James Thurber

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