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Marie St Clare quotes by Kelly St. Clare
#1. If you are gonna wear it, you need to own it. #Quote by Kelly St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#2. Phoebe, the fact that I asked you to be a chaperone should have made it obvious that I didn't want a chaperone at all."
"I have no desire to be one," Phoebe retorted. "However, the children are asking why you're taking so long, and I can't very well explain that you're a libidinous goat."
"No," Gabriel replied, "because then you would sound like a parsimonious prig."
Pandora was perplexed by the quick, fond grins the siblings exchanged after the sharp words. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Kelly St. Clare
#3. Life cannot be so unfair. It can't just be over. #Quote by Kelly St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Sai Marie Johnson
#4. The bastards who dommed you before needed rope, and duct tape. All I need is a firm grip in your hair, my lips this close to your throat, and the sting of my palm across your ass. That's the difference, Precious. #Quote by Sai Marie Johnson
Marie St Clare quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe
#5. I am one of the sort that lives by throwing stones at other people's
glass houses, but I never mean to put up one for them to stone. #Quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Marie St Clare quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe
#6. O, because I have had only that kind of benevolence which consists in lying on a sofa, and cursing the church and clergy for not being martyrs and confessors. One can see, you know, very easily, how others ought to be martyrs.
-Augustine St. Clare #Quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Marie St Clare quotes by Marie Clair
#7. Give me chastity and constancy, but not yet." St. Augustine. "Amen" Odette #Quote by Marie Clair
Marie St Clare quotes by Dorothy L. Sayers
#8. To make a deliberate falsification for personal gain is the last, worst depth to which either scholar or artist can descend in work or life.
(Letter to Muriel St. Clare Byrne, 8 September 1935) #Quote by Dorothy L. Sayers
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#9. They entered the summer parlor, where the Ravenels chatted amiably with his sisters, Phoebe and Seraphina.
Phoebe, the oldest of the Challon siblings, had inherited their mother's warm and deeply loving nature, and their father's acerbic wit. Five years ago she had married her childhood sweetheart, Henry, Lord Clare, who had suffered from a chronic illness for most of his life. The worsening symptoms had gradually reduced him to a shadow of the man he'd once been, and he'd finally succumbed while Phoebe was pregnant with their second child. Although the first year of mourning was over, Phoebe hadn't yet returned to her former self. She went outdoors so seldom that her freckles had vanished, and she looked wan and thin. The ghost of grief still lingered in her gaze.
Their younger sister, Seraphina, an effervescent eighteen-year-old with strawberry-blonde hair, was talking to Cassandra. Although Seraphina was old enough to have come out in society by now, the duke and duchess had persuaded her to wait another year. A girl with her sweet nature, her beauty, and her mammoth dowry would be targeted by every eligible man in Europe and beyond. For Seraphina, the London Season would be a gauntlet, and the more prepared she was, the better. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Kelly St. Clare
#10. What if I was born into a normal life, one without a tortured childhood and without the weight of so many responsibilities and burdens? #Quote by Kelly St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Tielle St. Clare
#11. Cayl replies ... I understand the human reproductive system, Agent Denning; I'm here to capture a killer, not indulge in these intrusive human senses. #Quote by Tielle St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Marie Dennis
#12. such communities we join with scores of faith-filled women and men to live the great political and theological as ifs. Politically, we live as if our nation were true to its foundational documents of liberty and justice for all; as if people mattered in themselves and not for their economic or social status; as if consumerism and the shopping mall did not determine the meaning of our lives; as if our way of life were not dependent on fossil fuel; as if we were a sister nation among all the other countries of the world; as if right made might and not the other way around. Living out these as ifs in the midst of community creates a prophetic possibility at a local level, the space for modeling how things could be, ought to be, and one day will be. The characteristics of St. Francis's communities on which we have been reflecting give us a blueprint for such as if living. #Quote by Marie Dennis
Marie St Clare quotes by Tielle St. Clare
#13. No, but it's your reality now. Put on your big-boy pants and deal with it. #Quote by Tielle St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#14. I think if you wanted a peaceful marriage and orderly household, you should have proposed to any one of the well-bred simpletons who've been dangled in front of you for years. Ivo's right: Pandora is a different kind of girl. Strange and marvelous. I wouldn't dare predict-" She broke off as she saw him staring at Pandora's distant form. "Lunkhead, you're not even listening. You've already decided to marry her, and damn the consequences."
"It wasn't even a decision," Gabriel said, baffled and surly. "I can't think of one good reason to justify why I want her so bloody badly."
Phoebe smiled, gazing toward the water. "Have I ever told you what Henry said when he proposed, even knowing how little time we would have together? 'Marriage is far too important a matter to be decided with reason.' He was right, of course."
Gabriel took up a handful of warm, dry sand and let it sift through his fingers. "The Ravenels will sooner weather a scandal than force her to marry. And as you probably overheard, she objects not only to me, but the institution of marriage itself."
"How could anyone resist you?" Phoebe asked, half-mocking, half-sincere.
He gave her a dark glance. "Apparently she has no problem. The title, the fortune, the estate, the social position... to her, they're all detractions. Somehow I have to convince her to marry me despite those things." With raw honesty, he added, "And I'm damned if I even know who I am outside of them."
"Oh, my dear..." Ph #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Marie Mutsuki Mockett
#15. To practice the Way single heartedly is, in itself, enlightenment. There is no gap between practice and enlightenment and daily life. This stripped-down Buddhist aesthetic pervades all aspects of St Zen. Most St Zen temples eschew the fantastic sculptures of bodhisattvas with their jewelry and fluttering robes. Instead, Zen emphasizes rock gardens, green-tea caffeine-infused meditation, and single-mindedness. #Quote by Marie Mutsuki Mockett
Marie St Clare quotes by Ilia Delio O.S.F.
#16. The journey of prayer for Franciscans is the discovery of God at the center of our lives. We pray not to acquire a relationship with God as if acquiring something that did not previously exist. Rather, we pray to disclose the image of God in which we are created, the God within us, that is, the one in whom we are created and in whom lies the seed of our identity. We pray so as to discover what we already have - "the incomparable treasure hidden in the field of the world and of the human heart. (St. Clare) #Quote by Ilia Delio O.S.F.
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#17. Of all her siblings, Gabriel was the one to whom Phoebe had always felt closest. In his company, she could make petty or sarcastic remarks, or confess her foolish mistakes, knowing he would never judge her harshly. They knew each other's faults and kept each other's secrets.
Many people, if not most, would have been flabbergasted to learn that Gabriel had any faults at all. All they saw was the remarkable male beauty and cool self-control of a man so elegantly mannered that it never would have occurred to anyone to call him a lunkhead. However, Gabriel could sometimes be arrogant and manipulative. Beneath his charming exterior, there was a steely core that made him ideally suited to oversee the array of Challon properties and businesses. Once he decided what was best for someone, he took every opportunity to push and goad until he had his way.
Therefore, Phoebe occasionally found it necessary to push back. After all, it was an older sister's responsibility to keep her younger brother from behaving like a domineering ass. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Sai Marie Johnson
#18. Those men aren't fucking men. They're pansy-ass rich boys who think they own the fucking world. They wouldn't know a real Dom from their asshole on their best day. #Quote by Sai Marie Johnson
Marie St Clare quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe
#19. Well," said St. Clare, "suppose that something shoul bring down the price of cotton once and forever, and make the whole slave property a drug in the market, don't you think we should soon have another version of the Scripture doctrine? What flood of light would pour the church, all at once, and immediately it would be discovered that everything in the bible and reason went the other way. #Quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Marie St Clare quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe
#20. Well," said Miss Ophelia, "do you think slavery right or wrong?"
"I'm not going to have any of your horrid New England directness, cousin," said St. Clare, gayly. #Quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Marie St Clare quotes by St. Clare Of Assisi
#21. Love Him totally, who gave Himself totally for your love. #Quote by St. Clare Of Assisi
Marie St Clare quotes by Elizabeth Hoyt
#22. I believe that you wanted to love Marie - that you're enamored by the idea of love - but that you have no concept what love is. I think that's what you're searching for in St. Giles - some source of emotion, some inkling of what human feeling really is. #Quote by Elizabeth Hoyt
Marie St Clare quotes by St. Clare Of Assisi
#23. Happy the soul to whom it is given to attain this life with Christ, to cleave with all one's heart to him whose beauty all the heavenly hosts behold forever, whose love inflames our love, the contemplation of whom is our refreshment, whose graciousness is our delight, whose gentleness fills us to overflowing, whose remembrance makes us glow with happiness, whose fragrance revives the dead, the glorious vision of whom will be the happiness of all the citizens of the heavenly Jerusalem. For he is the brightness of eternal glory, the splendour of eternal light, the mirror without spot. #Quote by St. Clare Of Assisi
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#24. Phoebe had recounted some injustice done to her by a playmate, saying she wouldn't accept the girl's apology, Evie had persuaded her to reconsider for the sake of kindness.
"But she's a bad, selfish girl," Phoebe had said indignantly.
Her mother's reply was gentle but matter-of-fact. "Kindness counts the most when it's given to people who don't deserve it."
"Does Gabriel have to be kind to everyone too?" Phoebe had demanded.
"Yes, darling."
"Does Father?"
"No, Redbird," Sebastian had replied, his mouth twitching at the corners. "That's why I married your mother - she's kind enough for two people."
"Mother," Gabriel had asked hopefully, "could you be kind enough for three people?"
At that, their father had taken a sudden intense interest in his newspaper, lifting it in front of his face. A quiet wheeze emerged from behind it.
"I'm afraid not, dear," Evie had said gently, her eyes sparkling. "But I'm sure you and your sister can find a great deal of kindness in your own hearts. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Tielle St. Clare
#25. I'd do you both in heartbeat and come back for seconds. #Quote by Tielle St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Jane Goldman
#26. Leonard Woolf was two years older than Virginia, whom he had first met in 1901 in the rooms of her brother Thoby at Cambridge. He went from St Paul's School to Trinity College on a scholarship in 1899 and was the
first Jew to be elected to the Cambridge Apostles. His father Sidney Woolf (1844–92) was a barrister who died prematurely, leaving his widow, Marie, with the care of their ten children. After Cambridge, Leonard reluctantly
entered the Colonial Civil Service and he served in Ceylon for seven years. The experience forged him as a passionate anti-imperialist. In 1911 he began writing a novel based on his experiences, but written from the point of view of the Sinhalese; The Village in the Jungle was published in 1913. This work may have influenced his wife's novel The Voyage Out, which has a fictional colonial setting. On his return to England he became a committed socialist and he was active on the left for most of his life, publishing numerous pamphlets and books of significance on national and international politics. His role as intimate literary mentor to Virginia Woolf has sometimes overshadowed his considerable import as a political writer in his own right. #Quote by Jane Goldman
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#27. One glance was all it took to refute Gabriel's earlier speculation that Trenear had married her for financial gain. Or at least, she couldn't have been the only reason. She was a lovely woman, delicately feline, with tip-tilted brown eyes. The way her ruddy curls tried to spring free of their pins reminded him of his mother and older sister. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Kelly St. Clare
#28. It is the beautiful thing about the Solati avoidance of asking straight question; it is easy to ignore them. #Quote by Kelly St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by St. Clare Of Assisi
#29. Totally love Him who gave Himself totally out of love for you. #Quote by St. Clare Of Assisi
Marie St Clare quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#30. Brooding, Gabriel reached over to adjust the front brim of her hat. "What do you think, redbird?" It was a pet name that only he and their father used for her. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Marie St Clare quotes by Kelly St. Clare
#31. She whistles. "Wow, Frost. If I wasn't with Crystal, I would totally do you." An umcomfortable laugh leaves my lips. "If I liked woman?" Alzona shrugs. "What were Sin's words? I can change your mind. I'm just that gorgeous," she says. #Quote by Kelly St. Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cari Beauchamp
#32. Today, names of screenwriters like Zoe Akins, Jeanie Macpherson, Beulah Marie Dix, Lenore Coffee, Anita Loos, June Mathis, Bess Meredyth, Jane Murfin, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Sonya Levien, and Salka Viertel are too often found only in the footnotes of Hollywood histories. But seventy years ago, they were highly paid, powerful players at the studios that churned out films at the rate of one a week. And for over twenty-five years, no writer was more sought after than Frances Marion; with her versatile pen and a caustic wit, she was a leading participant and witness to one of the most creative eras for women in American history. #Quote by Cari Beauchamp
Marie St Clare quotes by Kate Forsyth
#33. The dried yellow petals of St. John's wort, which Old Marie called 'chase-devil' for the way it could drive the megrims away. Gaudy calendula, bright as the sun. Sweet-smelling lemon balm, guaranteed to lift the spirits with its aroma alone. #Quote by Kate Forsyth
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#34. Your trusting idiocy knows no bounds #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Marie Lu
#35. She walks to the boy, tilts her head up at him, and smiles. He bends down to kiss her. Then he helps her onto the horse, and she rides away with him to a faraway place, until they can no longer be seen.
These are only rumors, of course, and make little more than a story to tell around the fire. But it is told. And thus they live on. #Quote by Marie Lu
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#36. Where there is love, there is often also hate. They can exist side by side. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
#37. What the customer demands is last year's model, cheaper. To find out what the customer needs you have to understand what the customer is doing as well as he understands it. Then you build what he needs and you educate him to the fact that he needs it. #Quote by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Marie St Clare quotes by Christina Rossetti
#38. I'll love him til he loves me best
Me best of all, Maude Clare #Quote by Christina Rossetti
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#39. She looked out then, through the crowd, and saw Simon with the Lightwoods, looking at her across the empty space that separated them. It was the same way that Jace had looked at her at the manor. It was the one thread that bound these two boys that she loved so much, she thought, their one commonality: They both believed in her even when she didn't believe in herself. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#40. Emma: What do you want from me, Jules? What do you want me to do?
Jules: What do I want? I want you to know what it's like. To be tortured al the time, night and day, desperately wanting what you know you should never want, what doesn't even want you back. to know how it feels to understand that a decision you made when you were twelve years old means you can never have the one thing that would make you truly happy. I want you to dream about only one thing and want onlny one thing and obsess about only one thing like I do ...
Emma: Julian...
Jules: ... like I do with you! Like I do with you, Emma. I thought you loved me. I don't know how I got that so wrong. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#41. I know you want to think Dad's fine with me being gay, but he's not."
"But if you don't tell me when people say things like that to you, or do things that hurt you, then how can I help you?" Simon could feel Isabelle's agitation vibrating through her body. "How can I-"
"Iz," Alec said tiredly. "It's not like it's one big bad things. It's a lot of little invisible things. When Magnus and I were traveling, and I'd call from the road, Dad never asked how he was. When I get up to talk in Clave meetings, no one listens, and I don't know if it's because I'm young or if it's something else. I saw Mom talking to a friend about her grandchildren and the second I walked into the room they shut up. Irina Cartwright told me it was a pity no one would ever inherit my blue eyes now ... It's not like a stab wound you can protect me from. It's a million little paper cuts every day."
( City of Lost Souls- Cassandra Clare) #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#42. Jace laughed, that soft rich sound Clary loved so much. I'm warning you, that jacket is sexy. The Institute could go up in sexy, sexy flames. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#43. Bitten? You mean you're a-"
"A werewolf," said the girl. "Like everyone else here. Except you, and the asshole. And the asshole's sister. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#44. What kind of guardian are you? Shouldn't you have gone to the bathroom with him?" Isabelle demanded.
Jordan looked horrified. "Dudes," he said, "do not follow other dudes to the bathroom. #Quote by Cassandra Clare
Marie St Clare quotes by Cassandra Clare
#45. Time was like the rain, glittering as it fell, changing the world, but something that could also be taken for granted. Until you love a mortal. Then time became gold in a miser's hands, every bright year counted out carefully, infinitely precious, and each one slipping through you fingers.
Cassandra Clare: What Really Happened in Peru #Quote by Cassandra Clare

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