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Living Roofs quotes by Tom Turner
#1. Landscape planners will have the opportunity to make sculptured roofscapes, so that cities appear to be verdant hills and valleys. Streets will become shady routes carved through the undergrowth. Roofs will become mountain tops. People will become ants. #Quote by Tom Turner
Living Roofs quotes by Gabrielle Carteris
#2. Living in the age of AIDS is one thing. Dying in it is another. #Quote by Gabrielle Carteris
Living Roofs quotes by Robin Hobb
#3. I should live each day as if it were significant, as if everyday the fate of the world depended on my action. #Quote by Robin Hobb
Living Roofs quotes by Tommy Lee Jones
#4. I don't direct movies for a living. #Quote by Tommy Lee Jones
Living Roofs quotes by L. Neil Smith
#5. I'm tired of living in a police state. #Quote by L. Neil Smith
Living Roofs quotes by Amit Ray
#6. Mindful living is a conscious way of living – noticing the beauty of life in every moment. #Quote by Amit Ray
Living Roofs quotes by Bernie Siegel
#7. Today I am amazed at the things our children have done and their wide range of interests. They are all living their lives and not the ones I would have planned for them. But I have learned that their lives are theirs, not mine, and in living their own lives they have given me experiences and an education I would never have had if I'd been fool enough to make them do what I thought they should do. #Quote by Bernie Siegel
Living Roofs quotes by Viktor E. Frankl
#8. The Latin word finis has two meanings: the end or the finish, and a goal to reach. A man who could not see the end of his "provisional existence" was not able to aim at an ultimate goal in life. He ceased living for the future, in contrast to a man in normal life. Therefore the whole structure of his inner life changed; signs of decay set in which we know from other areas of life. The unemployed worker, for example, is in a similar position. His existence has become provisional and in a certain sense he cannot live for the future or aim at a goal. Research work done on unemployed miners has shown that they suffer from a peculiar sort of deformed time-inner time- which is a result of their unemployed state. Prisoners, too, suffered from this strange "time-experience." In camp, a small time unit, a day, for example, filled with hourly tortures and fatigue, appeared endless. A larger time unit, perhaps a week, seemed to pass very quickly. My comrades agreed when I said that in a camp a day lasted longer than a week. #Quote by Viktor E. Frankl
Living Roofs quotes by Melanie Brown
#9. I live my life on self-belief and I live it partly on going with the flow. #Quote by Melanie Brown
Living Roofs quotes by Epiphana Lewis
#10. We lust after the material things in life, then in a blink of an eye; the life which was once given is taken; is there a point in stressing over the small stuff. #Quote by Epiphana Lewis
Living Roofs quotes by Rachel Vincent
#11. Vanity, right?" Nash reappeared in the living room with an open bag of potato chips. "I nominate my venerable brother. He likes to play hero, and one look at him should establish the vanity angle."
"Nash!" I really shouldn't have been surprised by the dig. But I was.
"What?" He raised one brow at me in challenge. "It's okay to call me jealous, but not to call him vain?"
"Awareness of one's obvious advantages doesn't imply vanity," Tod insisted calmly.
Nash turned on him. "Does it imply narcissism?"
Tod huffed. "This coming from the guy who owns more hair products than his girlfriend. #Quote by Rachel Vincent
Living Roofs quotes by Gilbert K. Chesterton
#12. The miser is the man who starves himself and everybody else, in order to worship wealth in its dead form, as distinct from its living form. #Quote by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Living Roofs quotes by Ari Marcopoulos
#13. I had visited New York at age 12, and I loved the big buildings and the swarms of people. At 23, I decided to try it. I was going to go for six months, and I ended up living there for 18 years before I moved to California, so I am living the American Dream. #Quote by Ari Marcopoulos
Living Roofs quotes by Stephen Richards
#14. Barlinnie Prison stands on dark and bloody ground. It is a temple of lost souls, and a place of living nightmares. It's been the breaker of many a man's dreams for more than a century. This prison works to a model of penitence with no pretence of rehabilitation. The criminal population that society has forsaken has filled this once, seemingly, bottomless pit to overflowing with their despair and nightmares of pain. More specifically, it is the battleground of an undeclared war that still ravages to this day, between the screws and the cons. The screws, backed by their authority, would use violence, but in return the prisoners would have to resort to their cunning, beguile, and the odd sudden act of violence. #Quote by Stephen Richards
Living Roofs quotes by Tricia Helfer
#15. Work hard, play fair, be kind to all living creatures, and take a moment to just sit back and breathe. #Quote by Tricia Helfer
Living Roofs quotes by John Edward Williams
#16. That is the very best time of life, he thought again: when you are very young, when living is a simple, perfect succession of golden days. #Quote by John Edward Williams
Living Roofs quotes by Stephen Covey
#17. By centering our lives on timeless, unchanging principles, we create a fundamental paradigm of effective living. It is the center that puts all other centers in perspective. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Living Roofs quotes by T.K. Ware
#18. In some cases, the desires of your flesh are stronger than your spirit, and you revisit the temptation that you once repented of. Instead of asking only for forgiveness, you must also ask for the strength to withstand the temptation. There is strength available for any situation we are going through. All you have to do is simply ask from a sincere heart. God knows if you are serious and He knows when you are simply babbling #Quote by T.K. Ware
Living Roofs quotes by Carlos Mencia
#19. If you ain't laughing, you ain't living, baby. #Quote by Carlos Mencia
Living Roofs quotes by Seth Godin
#20. Letting your customers set your standards is a dangerous game, because the race to the bottom is pretty easy to win. Setting your own standards
and living up to them
is a better way to profit. Not to mention a better way to make your day worth all the effort you put into it. - #Quote by Seth Godin
Living Roofs quotes by Lisa Velthouse
#21. If you don't want to deal with things like guilt, shame and disappointment later on in life, then you'll have t start now by making choices that won't result in those things...tomorrow's regret depends on today's decisions. If you don't want to regret your physical intimacy tomorrow, then you'll have to be living in un-regrettable physical intimacy today. #Quote by Lisa Velthouse
Living Roofs quotes by Bangambiki Habyarimana
#22. Success is not a romantic word, it's an ugly world. #Quote by Bangambiki Habyarimana
Living Roofs quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
#23. Most of us, as we grow older, become frightened; we are afraid of living, afraid of losing a job, afraid of tradition, afraid of what the neighbours, or what the wife or husband would say, afraid of death. Most of us have fear in one form or another; and where there is fear there is no intelligence. #Quote by Jiddu Krishnamurti
Living Roofs quotes by John Piper
#24. Apathy is passionless living. It is sitting in front of the television night after night and living your life from one moment of entertainment to the next. It is the inability to be shocked into action by the steady-state lostness and suffering of the world. It is the emptiness that comes from thinking of godliness as the avoidance of doing bad things instead of the aggressive pursuit of doing good things. #Quote by John Piper
Living Roofs quotes by Oli Anderson
#25. Life is for those that deserve it. Those kings amongst men who can climb out of barrels and will dare to break through glass walls and to transcend all of this whatever it is, these eyes to the ground, this pretence, acting only as is expected and never as is intended. We have been told what is acceptable in what situation and so we take heed. This is not living. In the real world, in nature, there is no need to pretend. There is no place for it. #Quote by Oli Anderson
Living Roofs quotes by Douglas MacArthur
#26. Nobody grows old by merely living a number of years. People grow old only by deserting their ideals. Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up interest wrinkles the soul. Worry, doubt, self-distrust, fear and despair; these are the long, long years that bow the head and turn the growing spirit back to dust. Whatever your years, there is in every being's heart the love of wonder, the undaunted challenge of events, the unfailing childlike appetite for what next, and the joy and the game of life. #Quote by Douglas MacArthur
Living Roofs quotes by Godwin Elendu Ph.D
#27. A prosperous person programmes prosperous thinking into his or her mind. #Quote by Godwin Elendu Ph.D
Living Roofs quotes by Michael Hyatt
#28. You have been given a gift - your life. What will you do with it? #Quote by Michael Hyatt
Living Roofs quotes by Dalai Lama
#29. Whether it is under the guise of survival and self-defence or directly expressed through dominion and greed, the failure to recognize the common humanity shared by us all lies at the heart of our difficulties. To overcome it, we should begin to develop, from the level of the individual through that of society to the world at large, what I call a sense of universal responsibility; a deep respect for every living being who lives on this one small planet and calls it home. #Quote by Dalai Lama
Living Roofs quotes by Ian McEwan
#30. Once, on a walk by a river- Eskdale in low reddish sunlight, with a dusting of snow- his daughter quoted to him an opening verse by her favourite poet. Apparently, not many young women loved Phillip Larkin the way she did. 'If I were to construct a religion/ I should make use of water.' She said she liked the laconic use of 'called in'- as if he would be, as if anyone ever is. They stopped to drink coffee from a flask, and Perowne, tracing a line of lichen with a finger, said that if he ever got the call, he'd make us of evolution. What better creation myth? An unimaginable sweep of time, numberless generations spawning by infinitesimal steps complex living beauty out of inert matter, driven on by the blind furies of random mutation, natural selection and environmental change, with the tragedy of forms continually dying, and lately the wonder of minds emerging and with them morality, love, art, cities- and the unprecedented bonus of this story happening to be demonstrably true. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Living Roofs quotes by Plato
#31. This world is indeed a living being endowed with a soul and intelligence ... a single visible living entity containing all other living entities, which by their nature are all related. #Quote by Plato
Living Roofs quotes by Neil Gaiman
#32. You've a good heart. Sometimes that's enough to see you safe wherever you go. But mostly, it's not. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Living Roofs quotes by Brian Cox
#33. I was living in London and I thought, 'There's nothing here for me anymore.' I don't want to become this actor who's going to be doing this occasional good work in the theater and then ever diminishing bad television. I thought I'd rather do bad movies than bad television because you get more money for it. #Quote by Brian Cox
Living Roofs quotes by Stevie Ray Vaughan
#34. But between sets I'd sneak over to the black places to hear blues musicians. It got to the point where I was making my living at white clubs and having my fun at the other places. #Quote by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Living Roofs quotes by David Levithan
#35. Look, look, we tell each other. It's Tom!

He's Mr. Bellamy to his history students. But he's Tom to us. Tom! It's so good to see him. So wonderful to see him. Tom is one of us. Tom went through it all with us. Tom made it through. He was there in the hospital with so many of us, the archangel of St. Vincent's, our healthier version, prodding the doctors and calling over the nurses and holding our hands and holding the hands of our partners, our parents, our little sisters - anyone who had a hand to be held. He had to watch so many of us die, had to say goodbye so many times. Outside of our rooms he would get angry, upset, despairing. But when he was with us, it was like he was powered solely by an engine of grace. Even the people who loved us would hesitate at first to touch us - more from the shock of our diminishment, from the strangeness of how we were both gone and present, not who we were but still who we were. Tom became used to this. First because of Dennis, the way he stayed with Dennis until the very end. He could have left after that, after Dennis was gone. We wouldn't have blamed him. But he stayed. When his friends got sick, he was there. And for those of us he'd never know before - he was always a smile in the room, always a touch on the shoulder, a light flirtation that we needed. The y should have made him a nurse. They should have made him mayor. He lost years of his life to us, although that's not the story he'd tell. He would say he gained. And he #Quote by David Levithan
Living Roofs quotes by Jorge Luis Borges
#36. Boast of Quietness
Writings of light assault the darkness, more prodigious than meteors.
The tall unknowable city takes over the countryside.
Sure of my life and death, I observe the ambitious
and would like to understand them.
Their day is greedy as a lariat in the air.
Their night is a rest from the rage within steel, quick to attack.
They speak of humanity.
My humanity is in feeling we are all voices of the same poverty.
They speak of homeland.
My homeland is the rhythm of a guitar, a few portraits, an old sword,
the willow grove's visible prayer as evening falls.
Time is living me.
More silent than my shadow, I pass through the loftily covetous multitude.
They are indispensable, singular, worthy of tomorrow.
My name is someone and anyone.
I walk slowly, like one who comes from so far away
he doesn't expect to arrive. #Quote by Jorge Luis Borges
Living Roofs quotes by Toby Wilkinson
#37. You shine forth in beauty on the horizon of heaven, O living Orb, the #Quote by Toby Wilkinson
Living Roofs quotes by Seneca.
#38. Living is the least important activity of the preoccupied man; #Quote by Seneca.
Living Roofs quotes by Judy Blume
#39. As a kid, Vix had had some warped idea that grownup meant having a job and living on your own. It meant no one could tell you what to eat, or what to wear, or how to behave. It meant that it was okay to have sex with guys. What a joke! #Quote by Judy Blume
Living Roofs quotes by Manoj Vaz
#40. Life nurtures.
Life tortures.
Either way, you come out stronger! #Quote by Manoj Vaz
Living Roofs quotes by Usher
#41. The beauty about living in Atlanta is that there aren't too many paparazzi here; you can just relax. And that really works for me and my children. #Quote by Usher
Living Roofs quotes by Eman Herzallah
#42. work, pray and play not from here #Quote by Eman Herzallah
Living Roofs quotes by David Byrne
#43. Facts are simple and facts are straight.
Facts are lazy and facts are late.
Facts all come with points of view.
Facts don't do what I want them to.
Facts just twist the truth around.
Facts are living turned inside out. #Quote by David Byrne
Living Roofs quotes by T.A. Miles
#44. To strive to better oneself is natural and expected.
To abandon oneself in an effort to attain a new self is foolish and unhealthy. #Quote by T.A. Miles
Living Roofs quotes by Andrea Gibson
#45. What I know about living is the pain is never just ours
Every time I hurt I know the wound is an echo
So I keep a listening to the moment the grief becomes a window
When I can see what I couldn't see before,
through the glass of my most battered dream, I watched a dandelion lose its mind in the wind
and when it did, it scattered a thousand seeds.
So the next time I tell you how easily I come out of my skin, don't try to put me back in
just say here we are together at the window aching for it to all get better #Quote by Andrea Gibson
Living Roofs quotes by Steven Magee
#46. Avoid living in new homes and working in new offices due to the high levels of chemical out-gassing that they exhibit during their first year. #Quote by Steven Magee

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