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Lost Tribes quotes by Chris Beckett
#1. And the weird weird thing about this story of Angela's Ring was that it didn't even have a point to it, no happy ending, no lesson to be learnt.
It was like one person's cry of pain, echoing out on and on and on trough the generations, even after that person was long long dead. #Quote by Chris Beckett
Lost Tribes quotes by Sarah Dessen
#2. I couldn't imagine what it would be like to be one of so many, to have not just parents and siblings but cousins and aunts and uncles, an entire tribe to claim as your own. Maybe you would feel lost in the crowd. Or sheltered by it. Whatever the case, one things was for sure: like it or not, you'd never be alone. #Quote by Sarah Dessen
Lost Tribes quotes by Malcolm Muggeridge
#3. As well as the [League of Nations] delegates themselves and their suites, there were innumerable campaigners of one sort and another, male and female, clerical and lay, young and old; all with some notion to publicise, some pet solution to offer, some organisation to promote. They gathered in droves, fanning out through the city, and settling in hotels and pensions, from the Lakeside ones down to tiny obscure back-street establishments. Ferocious ladies with moustaches, clergymen with black leather patches on the elbows of their jackets or cassocks and smelling of tobacco smoke, mad admirals who knew where to find the lost tribes of Israel, and scarcely saner generals who deduced prophetic warnings from the measurement of the pyramids; but one and all believers in the League's historic role to deliver mankind painlessly and inexpensively from the curse of war to the great advantage of all concerned. #Quote by Malcolm Muggeridge
Lost Tribes quotes by Colin Stetson
#4. I feel like when we talk about post-apocalyptic themes that's what we're really talking about. We're always returning to this sense of being alone in a strange new place where all is bleak and all is lost. And it is this sense of isolation that permeates the whole album. I wanted to go into the balance between fear and transcendence. #Quote by Colin Stetson
Lost Tribes quotes by W.B.Yeats
#5. Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere the ceremony of innocence is lost
The best lack all conviction, while the worst are filled with passionate intensity. #Quote by W.B.Yeats
Lost Tribes quotes by Gloria Maradonia
#6. King Apollyon, the ruler of the Empire of Evil looked downcast and very depressed although his powerful voice floated with pressure through the minds of his sons, Abbadon and Plouton.
The red-brown eyes of King Apollyon flashed yellow as they saw the empty corral of Fayina, his favorite unicorn, and Apollyon was suddenly very disappointed with Abbadon.

Plouton caught the disappointment about Abbadon in his father's eyes. He knew immediately this was his unique opportunity to step into the conversation.
He felt that this was the right moment for him because he had the full attention of his father and his brother. He took his chance and said: "Maybe we should put this whole case into other hands!"
"What is this…?" King Apollyon yelled. He lost his temper again and screamed even louder. "What do you mean, to put this case into other hands? Do you expect me to do the work by myself?"
Abbadon was astonished about his brother's recommendation. He looked very critically at him and his red-rimmed eyes burned into his. #Quote by Gloria Maradonia
Lost Tribes quotes by Martha Reeves
#7. I was stranded in Disco. I went to dozens of darkened places with enough flashing lights to drive the average person mad. I felt lost in the pulse of sheer panic. #Quote by Martha Reeves
Lost Tribes quotes by Erin Hunter
#8. You have no understanding of the warrior code at all. What you've done here proves it. You've risked the lives of young kits ... by leaving them alone here. Anything could have happened to them. They could have been lost. They could have died. My kits could have died. But you didn't just betray me. You betrayed the entire Clan. You did all this ... and you never considered how it would make any of us feel. The Clan is a family, Sol. A community. And you're incapable of thinking about anyone but yourself. #Quote by Erin Hunter
Lost Tribes quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#9. General theories are everywhere condemned; the doctrine of the Rights of Man is dismissed with the doctrine of the Fall of Man. Atheism itself is too theological for us to-day. Revolution itself is too much of a system; liberty itself is too much of a restraint. We will have no generalizations. Mr. Bernard Shaw has put the view in a perfect epigram: 'The golden rule is that there is no golden rule.' We are more and more to discuss details in art, politics, literature. A man's opinion on tramcars matters; his opinion on Botticelli matters; his opinion on all things does not matter. He may turn over and explore a million objects, but he must not find that strange object, the universe; for if he does he will have a religion, and be lost. Everything matters
except everything. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Lost Tribes quotes by Louisa May Alcott
#10. They would have been still more amazed if they had seen what Beth did afterward. If you will believe me, she went and knocked at the study door before she gave herself time to think, and when a gruff voice called out, "come in!" she did go in, right up to Mr. Laurence, who looked quite taken aback, and held out her hand, saying, with only a small quaver in her voice, "I came to thank you, sir, for ... " But she didn't finish, for he looked so friendly that she forgot her speech and, only remembering that he had lost the little girl he loved, she put both arms round his neck and kissed him. #Quote by Louisa May Alcott
Lost Tribes quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#11. Ye lost your parents young, mo nighean donn, and wandered about the world, rootless. Ye loved Frank" - his mouth compressed for an instant, but I thought he was unconscious of it - "and of course ye love Brianna and Roger Mac and the weans ... but, Sassenach - I am the true home of your heart, and I know that. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
Lost Tribes quotes by Elizabeth Berg
#12. There was in it a moment of indignity, nearly comedic - a feeling that I had lost my balance. But I had not. #Quote by Elizabeth Berg
Lost Tribes quotes by Alden Bell
#13. The abundance of gone things, it'll bury you. #Quote by Alden Bell
Lost Tribes quotes by Ken Wilber
#14. Few of us have lost our minds, but most of us have long ago lost our bodies. #Quote by Ken Wilber
Lost Tribes quotes by Karen M. McManus
#15. Explore the magic of longhand writing. It's a lost art. #Quote by Karen M. McManus
Lost Tribes quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#16. We're poor little lambs who've lost our way, Baa! Baa! Baa! We're little black sheep who've gone astray, Baa-aa-aa! Gentlemen-rankers out on the spree, Damned from here to Eternity, God ha' mercy on such as we, Baa! Yah! Bah! #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Lost Tribes quotes by L V HALL
#17. Would you dare to reach inside the vault of a feral heart?
Glare into the keyhole, eyes bound with intrigue...is it real what we perceive? or does the absent colour leave you lost or decieved? #Quote by L V HALL
Lost Tribes quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#18. But it wasn't. They both knew that. Darling wasn't sure if it, or he, would ever be all right again. "Have you ever felt lost, Mari?" He folded his hands in front of him in a somber pose that was out of character for him. "Yes, I have. And I know that place of crazy where you asphyxiate every time reality crashes down and you see the nightmare that has become your life. The darkness that swallows you whole until you fear you'll never see light again." Darling paused by his side. "How did you find your way home?" "I didn't." Maris reached out and brushed a strand of Darling's hair back from his mask. "My best friend found me wandering in the darkness and carried me back to the light." Darling #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Lost Tribes quotes by Douglas Harding
#19. It was a vast emptiness vastly filled, a nothing that found room for everything -- room for grass, trees, shadowy distant hills, and far above them snow-peaks like a row of angular clouds riding the blue sky . I had lost a head and gained a world. #Quote by Douglas Harding
Lost Tribes quotes by Galen Beckett
#20. Though I stand in darkness, I will fear no shadow. Though I am lost, I will know the way. Though I dwell in sorrow, I will weep no tears. For I am not alone #Quote by Galen Beckett
Lost Tribes quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#21. Imagine, what we could achieve, if seven billion humans on earth start to think and live together as one whole family, instead of living as separate pompous tribes known as nations! #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Lost Tribes quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#22. Lost Time is never found again. #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Lost Tribes quotes by Kent Nerburn
#23. Yearning and struggle in the voices of the elders at Red Lake. They, too, had lost their identities. They, too, were no longer themselves, and it was this fate that they so wanted to help the young people avoid by sharing their stories. More than anything else I had written, Neither Wolf nor Dog had let people be themselves and see themselves. Was I breaking my own promise and abdicating my moral responsibility by refusing to tell more of Dan's story, simply because I did not want to deal with the questions and challenges that it posed? #Quote by Kent Nerburn
Lost Tribes quotes by John Keats
#24. From his companions, and set forth to walk, Perhaps grown wearied of their Corinth talk: Over the solitary hills he fared, Thoughtless at first, but ere eve's star appeared His phantasy was lost, where reason fades, In the calm'd twilight of Platonic shades. Lamia beheld him coming, near, more near - Close to her passing, in indifference drear, His silent sandals swept the mossy green; So neighbour'd to him, and yet so unseen #Quote by John Keats
Lost Tribes quotes by Cassandra Clare
#25. Get over here. Sheldon's had an idea." "Who's Sheldon?", said Isabelle. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Lost Tribes quotes by Billy Marshall Stoneking
#26. Some writers might tell you that writing is like a piece of magic - a process of creating something out of nothing, and I guess I used to think about it that way too a long long time ago. But as I've lived my life and loved and lost friends and family, and seen dreams smashed and resurrected, and marveled at the pettiness, drear ambition and ignorance of the herd of which I am a part, I can no longer say that a poem or a story or a script comes from nothing. If it's any good, if it has any power, any potent emotional body, then it's something that a writer has paid for, not only in time, but in all the anxiety that accompanies living and those small fret-filled acts of becoming present that make it possible for us to see beyond our little patch of immediacy. It's not just a reaching out, but a reaching in, into the depths of our being from whence we've sprung. #Quote by Billy Marshall Stoneking
Lost Tribes quotes by Holly Kennedy
#27. In a room filled with babies, you will know yours from his cry. You'll tilt your head to listen, and from the pitch and tone or jagged howl, you'll instinctively know if he has a wet diaper, a lost pacifier, or if he needs good now. Before long, you'll know his favorite colors, what he wants for lunch, what he'll refuse to eat for dinner, that spiders fascinate him, but bull frogs prompt nightmares, and how long it takes him to start complaining on a long car ride. You may even bet on it. And the first time you see him copy your husband, with a hand gesture, or a tilt of his head, your heart will jump into your throat, and for a few seconds, you'll fall in love with the man you married all over again. #Quote by Holly Kennedy
Lost Tribes quotes by Dennis Prager
#28. Virtually every news source lists the greater number of Palestinians killed in Arab-Israeli wars in order to depict the Israelis as guilty (of 'disproportionate response'). Had similar reporting taken place during World War II, the Western Allies would have been deemed the villains since Germany and Japan lost far more civilians than America or Britain. #Quote by Dennis Prager
Lost Tribes quotes by Lennart Meri
#29. Our civilisation has lost this bond between times, and tends to measure time with a yardstick, bit by bit, from one point to another. #Quote by Lennart Meri
Lost Tribes quotes by Osho
#30. Buddah says once you understand that you are lost and you have to find your own way and there is no help coming, you become responsible. Prayer is irresponsible. To pray is just to avoid responsibility, to pray is to be lazy. To pray is just an escape. Buddha says effort is needed. It is an insult to pray. #Quote by Osho
Lost Tribes quotes by Sirshree
True service is that in which the one who renders service, dissolves. True Wisdom is that in which the one who has wisdom surrenders. True Devotion is the state of being in which the devotee disappears. True Meditation is that in which the one who meditates is lost. #Quote by Sirshree
Lost Tribes quotes by Karl Ove Knausgaard
#32. Over recent years I had increasingly lost faith in literature. I read and thought this is something someone has made up. Perhaps it was because we were totally inundated with fiction and stories... All these millions of paperbacks, hardbacks, DVDs and TV series, they were all about made-up people in a made-up, though realistic, world. And news in the press, TV news and radio news had exactly the same format, documentaries had the same format, they were also stories, and it made no difference whether what they told had actually happened or not...

Fictional writing has no value, documentary narrative has no value. The only genres I saw value in, which still conferred meaning, were diaries and essays, the types of literature that did not deal with narrative, that were not about anything, but just consisted of a voice, the voice of your own personality, a life, a face, a gaze you could meet. What is a work of art if not the gaze of another person? #Quote by Karl Ove Knausgaard
Lost Tribes quotes by Luke Timothy Johnson
#33. It is our contemporary culture's tragedy to have lost any sense of suffering as a positive dimension of human existence. Beginning with the premise that life ought to be without pain, we make suffering something to be avoided at all cost. We consider the equation between evil and suffering so self-evident that we make avoiding suffering the equal of fighting evil. No wonder we are the most narcotized generation ever to inhabit the earth, searching for ever more effective addictive patterns to anaesthetize our existence. #Quote by Luke Timothy Johnson
Lost Tribes quotes by Patrick Modiano
#34. He had written this book only in the hope that she might get in touch with him. Writing a book, for him, was also a way of beaming a searchlight or sending out coded signals to certain people with whom he had lost touch. It was enough to scatter their names at random through the pages and wait until they finally produced news of themselves. #Quote by Patrick Modiano
Lost Tribes quotes by Adelaide Anne Procter
#35. Have we not all, amid life's petty strife,
Some pure ideal of a noble life
That once seemed possible? Did we not hear
The flutter of its wings, and feel it near,
And just within our reach? It was. And yet
We lost it in this daily jar and fret,
And now live idle in a vague regret.
But still our place is kept, and it will wait,
Ready for us to fill it, soon or late:
No star is ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been.
Since Good, though only thought, has life and breath,
God's life
can always be redeemed from death;
And evil, in its nature, is decay,
And any hour can blot it all away;
The hopes that lost in some far distance seem,
May be the truer life, and this the dream. #Quote by Adelaide Anne Procter
Lost Tribes quotes by Terry Pratchett
#36. Your gods are trivial constructs. Easy to dismiss. Animistic fantasies or mammalian wish complexes. You are lost children longing for papa, and casting his image into the sky. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Lost Tribes quotes by Patrice Pavis
#37. More than one branch of the avant-garde, claiming to break with the bourgeois vision and mode of production, remains tied to it in spite of its denials and ex-communications. We are far from having overcome bourgeois thought or practices, despite the socialist "intermission" between the Russian revolution and the collapse of the Berlin wall. The avant-garde has lost its radical nature. On the other hand, "bourgeois theatre" is sometimes subtle enough to flirt with the avant-garde or to make "intelligent boulevard theatre. #Quote by Patrice Pavis
Lost Tribes quotes by Jerry Seinfeld
#38. I have a problem with that silver medal. It's like, 'Congratulation s, you almost won. Of all the losers, you're the number one loser. No one lost ahead of you.' #Quote by Jerry Seinfeld

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