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Marcus Cohen quotes by Joss Stirling
#1. Angel!
I whirled round. 'No! Don't you Angel me, Marcus Cohen! You've treated me like dirt-suspicious ever sinds we met. Testing me is the final straw. You've never thought about how your behaviour affects me-not once. You never understood that all I wanted was to be allowed to love you. #Quote by Joss Stirling
Marcus Cohen quotes by Alan Cohen
#2. Trust who and what you are, and the universe will support you in miraculous ways. #Quote by Alan Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#3. Friendship is given us by nature, not to favor vice, but to aid virtue. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Porcius Cato
#4. The words of the Greeks are born on their lips, but those of the Romans in their hearts. #Quote by Marcus Porcius Cato
Marcus Cohen quotes by Leonard Cohen
#5. You lose your grip, and then you slip into the Masterpiece. #Quote by Leonard Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#6. We shrink from change; yet is there anything that can come into being without it? #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
#7. There will ... be natural propriety in using an eastern light for bedrooms and libraries, a western light in winter for baths and winter apartments, and a northern light for picture galleries and other places in which a steady light is needed; for that quarter of the sky grows neither light nor dark with the course of the sun, but remains steady and unshifting all day long. #Quote by Marcus Vitruvius Pollio
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#8. And here are two of the most immediately useful thoughts you will dip into. First that things cannot touch the mind: they are external and inert; anxieties can only come from your internal judgement. Second, hat all these things you see will change almost as you look at them, and then will be no more. Constantly bring to mind all that you yourself have already seen changed. The universe is change: life is judgement. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Luttrell
#9. How do you get right with the idea, at the age of thirty-one, that the career you've pursued with every fiber of your being has come suddenly to an end? #Quote by Marcus Luttrell
Marcus Cohen quotes by Stephanie Grace Whitson
#10. She looked at him defiantly, "I know I am not beautiful.I laughed at myself for thinking such impossible things."
Rides the Wind was quiet for so long that she wondered if her rush of words had overreached his abilities in English. But just when she started to question him,he turned his own face to the horizon so that she could view only his profile.
"When Rides the Wind was young, he danced about the fire like no other brave.It was then that Dancing Waters came to be his woman.She would watch, and her eyes danced with the flames. But one day Rides the Wind went to hunt.His pony fell and crushed his leg. Marcus Whitman fixed the leg, but it would not grow straight.Rides the Wind could dance no more. The fire died in the eyes of Dancing Waters." He encircled her with his arms before continuing. "Walks the Fire sees Rides the Wind when he walks like the wounded buffalo.She sees, but the fire does not die in her eyes.Beautiful is in here," he placed his hand over her heart. "So do not laugh when you think you are beautiful.Rides the Wind sees the fire in your eyes.And to him,you are beautiful."
Jesse reached for his hand,and, holding it palm up,she kissed it.
He growled, "...and so you give me more of the white man's ways."
In a moment of uncharacteristic abandon, Jesse stood on tip-toe and placed a less-than-chaste kiss upon the mouth of her husband.She smiled in spite of the resulting blush on her cheek, reaching up to tug childishly on his flowing hai #Quote by Stephanie Grace Whitson
Marcus Cohen quotes by Leonard Cohen
#11. And sometimes when the night is slow The wretched and the meek We gather up our hearts and go A Thousand Kisses Deep. #Quote by Leonard Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Leah Hager Cohen
#12. I have been too fond of stories. #Quote by Leah Hager Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Samuelsson
#13. The same ten dollars you spend on lunch is all it costs for City Harvest to feed 37 kids who are hungry. That's pretty astounding. #Quote by Marcus Samuelsson
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#14. We should be careful that our benevolence does not exceed our means. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Douglas Pershing
#15. I try to protest, but Marcus says, "Do you really think anyone is prepared to mount an assault against the rulers? What they need is someone to inspire them, and you," he looks at our little group, "are their inspiration, their hope. Like it or not, they look to you for leadership. And you will lead them. #Quote by Douglas Pershing
Marcus Cohen quotes by Joshua Cohen
#16. You know you're a fool when what you're doing makes even the post office seem efficient. #Quote by Joshua Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#17. Whatever may happen to you, it was prepared for you from all eternity; and the implication of causes was from eternity spinning the thread of your being, and of that which is incident to it. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by Neil Gaiman
#18. His name is Marcus: he is four and a half and possesses that deep gravity and seriousness that only small children and mountain gorillas have ever been able to master. #Quote by Neil Gaiman
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Du Sautoy
#19. Rather than opera, football is more like ballet or a chess game. You can really see it in a team like Arsenal, especially when Dennis Bergkamp was playing. He seemed to be able to read the game like a chessboard and knew where a player would be several seconds later and put the ball there for him. #Quote by Marcus Du Sautoy
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#20. The universal nature has no external space; but the wondrous part of her art is that though she has circumscribed herself, everything which is within her which appears to decay and to grow old and to be useless she changes into herself, and again makes other new things from these very same, so that she requires neither substance from without nor wants a place into which she may cast that which decays. She is content then with her own space, and her own matter, and her own art. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#21. In the very books in which philosophers bid us scorn fame, they inscribe their names. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#22. It is no evil for things to undergo change, and no good for things to subsist in consequence of change. 43. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by David Elliot Cohen
#23. Live every moment - no matter where you are and what you're doing - as if it were truly important... you must strive to be in a good place - a place of purpose and integrity... Life is short under any circumstance and in some cases it can be plucked away at a moment's notice. #Quote by David Elliot Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#24. No one sees what is before his feet: we all gaze at the stars.
[Lat., Quod est ante pedes nemo spectat: coeli scrutantur plagas.] #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Morris Raphael Cohen
#25. Cruel persecutions and intolerance are not accidents, but grow out of the very essence of religion, namely, its absolute claims. #Quote by Morris Raphael Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#26. You may never be less alone than when you are alone. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#27. Life is nothing without friendship. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Ha-Joon Chang
#28. Economics is a political argument. It is not – and can never be – a science; there are no objective truths in economics that can be established independently of political, and frequently moral, judgements. Therefore, when faced with an economic argument, you must ask the age-old question 'Cui bono?' (Who benefits?), first made famous by the Roman statesman and orator Marcus Tullius Cicero. #Quote by Ha-Joon Chang
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#29. More laws, less justice. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#30. How soon will time cover all things. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Cohen quotes by Randy Cohen
#31. One common thread ran through the comments: everybody loathes Ticketmaster, for assorted reasons, with the wonderful diversity that makes our country so vibrant. If James Bond movies and other international thrillers weary of their casts of modern stock villains - drug dealers, terrorists, polluting corporations - Ticketmaster is waiting in the wings, universally despised. And if such a movie proved incredibly popular and were then transmuted into a hit Broadway musical, Ticketmaster itself could scalp - sorry, resell - tickets to it. #Quote by Randy Cohen
Marcus Cohen quotes by Marcus Samuelsson
#32. We know so much about the European food story, and we're getting to know about the American food story; but we know so little about the African food story. #Quote by Marcus Samuelsson
Marcus Cohen quotes by Dan Wells
#33. Was that the girl who went to Manhattan with you?" Asked Marcus. "I think we owe her a cookie" "I think we owe her a whole damn bakery" said Xochi. "If I wasn't hip deep on the mud, I would kiss her on the mouth #Quote by Dan Wells

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