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Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#1. It's so quiet and peaceful here. Good place to die. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#2. The typical human brain can hold about seven pieces of new information for less than 30 seconds! #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#3. They both closed their eyes and fell asleep in each other's arms. For one night, it was as if their lives were normal and for a few hours they could forget about the rest of the world. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#4. You know? Ain't it ironic how we live our entire lives without the luxury of time, only to spend an eternity in death. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#5. Many couples will fight in front of their children but reconcile in private. This skews a child's perceptions, even at early ages, for the child always sees the wounding but never the bandaging. Parents who practice bandaging each other after a fight, deliberately and explicitly, allow their children to model both how to fight fair and how to make up. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#6. The brain cannot multitask #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#7. Though we have been stuffing them into classrooms and cubicles for decades, our brains actually were built to survive in jungles and grasslands. A lifetime of exercise can result in a sometimes astonishing elevation in cognitive performance, compared with those who are sedentary. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#8. The brain doesn't pay attention to boring things, #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Meg Medina
#9. You never forget the books you loved as a kid. You never forget the poems you memorized, the first book you read until the cover fell off, the book you read hidden from your mother. What an honor to hold hands with a child's imagination in this way. #Quote by Meg Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#10. Author Elizabeth Stone once said, Making a decision to have a child - it's momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Abdal Hakim Murad
#11. The 'Islamic State', that strange miscegenation of Medina with Westphalia, is always in mortal danger of linking the moral austerity of monotheism with the repressive and supervisor powers of the modern nation state. #Quote by Abdal Hakim Murad
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#12. Why is it that people never listen when someone is trying to warn them? Why must people learn the hard way? #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#13. He'd trade anything to be back there in the past, rather than to deal with what was going on in the present. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#14. The Mozart Effect comes to mind: the popular idea that listening to classical music makes students better at math. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#15. Kids praised for effort complete 50 percent more hard math problems than kids praised for intelligence. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Maurice M. Gray Jr.
#16. Medina is shorter and not as physically gifted as Susan, but she has this intangible something that drives men crazy. Her tangible isn't bad either- she's five feet five inches of brown skin and killer curves, and those brown eyes of hers could charm cash from a miser.
Help me, Jesus.

Nate Carter in Long Term, from The Soul Of A Man #Quote by Maurice M. Gray Jr.
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#17. One could only learn from the past and move on through the present to make a better future. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jeannette Medina
#18. It was like I was suffocating in everything that was Liam. #Quote by Jeannette Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#19. That doesn't last. By their first birthday, Kuhl found, babies can no longer distinguish between the sounds of every language on the planet. They can distinguish only between those to which they have been exposed in the past six months. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#20. Couples who regularly practice empathy see stunning results. It is the independent variable that predicts a successful marriage, according to behaviorist John Gottman, who, post hoc criticisms notwithstanding, forecasts divorce probabilities with accuracy rates approaching 90 percent. In Gottman's studies, if the wife felt she was being heard by her husband - to the point that he accepted her good influence on his behavior - the marriage was essentially divorce-proof. (Interestingly, whether the husband felt heard was not a factor in divorce rates.) If that empathy trafficking was absent, the marriage foundered. Research #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#21. It happened so fast. No one had time to do anything, but watch. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#22. Get into the habit of rewarding the intellectual exertion your child puts into a given task rather than his or her native intellectual resources. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#23. The brain pays more attention to the gist than to the peripheral details of an emotionally charged experience...present information in a logically organized, hierarchical structure. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#24. She found herself imagining them hanging out in the backyard having barbecues and sitting together on the swing. The idea made her smile, although she kept it to herself. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#25. She eyed him up and down, and then bit her bottom lip hungrily. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#26. I promise I will never stop loving you," he said. "I will love you for all eternity."
"Always?" She asked.
"And forever," he replied with a smile. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#27. The '60s were a very turbulent time for colored people. Being away at war was a chance for them to escape the racial bullshit for a while. It was a shame it came down to that kind of choice.
Don't get me wrong. There were plenty of guys, who tried to bring that racial crap over there with them. However, when the shit hits the fan, you don't give a damn about who's standing next to you, saving your ass. You certainly don't care what color his skin is or what language he speaks. All that matters to you is that he is an American G.I. Government Issued, baby! #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#28. It's complete madness! There are cars on fire, shops being looted by teenagers, people rioting and protesting over something they have no control over. And these are people that haven't even had to deal with the infected, yet! They're destroying their neighborhoods like savages, instead of preparing for the hell that's about to hit them like a tsunami! Mark my words, when the infection reaches this area, they are all going to be infected within the first hour because they are not prepared to defend themselves. They are too busy being stupid! #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Eduardo Medina Frias
#29. We live a moment at a time and this is unique. #Quote by Eduardo Medina Frias
Minki Medina quotes by Meg Medina
#30. You know where this Yaqui girl is going to be in a few years if she doesn't change? She'll still be there, same as always in her old neighborhood
a nobody with nothing. And guess what? That's her worst fear. #Quote by Meg Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Orlando Ortega-Medina
#31. Fresh wounds, in later years, often make interesting scars. #Quote by Orlando Ortega-Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jane L Rosen
#32. As I stood in front of the mirror in the beautiful little black dress, I knew that I was looking at a woman whom I would never see again. I wished I had never seen her in the first place, but the truth is she had always been there. I was being dishonest to myself by pretending that she hadn't. #Quote by Jane L Rosen
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#33. The brain remembers the emotional component of an experience better than any other aspect. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#34. (preschoolers demand some form of attention 180 times per hour, behavioral psychologists say), #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Nelson DeMille
#35. Even the most radical Islamic terrorist would not want to see the revered holy city of Medina go up. It would be like losing the Vatican in Rome. #Quote by Nelson DeMille
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#36. Food. I want food. Steak. Burgers. Roast beef. Chicken. I can taste it all! I want meat! I'm so hungry! #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Washington Irving
#37. The number of his wives is uncertain. Abulfeda, who writes with more caution than other of the Arabian historians, limits it to fifteen, though some make it as much as twenty-five. At the time of his death he had nine, each in her separate dwelling, and all in the vicinity of the mosque at Medina. The plea alleged for his indulging in a greater number of wives than he permitted to his followers, was a desire to beget a race of prophets for his people. If such indeed were his desire, it was disappointed. Of all his children, Fatima the wife of Ali alone survived him, and she died within a short time after his death. Of her descendants, none excepting her eldest son Hassan ever sat on the throne of the Caliphs. #Quote by Washington Irving
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#38. Multitasking, when it comes to paying attention, is a myth. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#39. Emotionally arousing events tend to be better remembered than neutral events. While #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#40. The perfect storm of occupational stress appears to be a combination of two factors: (1) a great deal is expected of you, and (2) you have no control over whether you will perform well. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#41. All she really wanted to do was sleep, but it seemed her awareness level was operating at peak efficiency, for some reason. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Tamim Ansary
#42. So the question arose now, as it had in the wake of the Mongol holocaust: if the triumphant expansion of the Muslim project proved the truth of the revelation, what did the impotence of Muslims in the face of these new foreigners signify about the faith?

With this question looming over the Muslim world, movements to revive Islam could not be extricated from the need to resurrect Muslim power. Reformers could not merely offer proposals for achieving more authentic religions experiences. They had to expound on how the authenticity they proposed would get history back on course, how their proposals would restore the dignity and splendor of the Umma, how they would get Muslims moving again toward the proper endpoint of history: perfecting the community of justice and compassion that flourished in Medina in the original golden moment and enlarging it until it included all the world.

Many reformers emerged and many movements bubbled up, but all of them can sorted into three general sorts of responses to the troubling question.

One response was to say that what needed changing was not Islam, but Muslims. Innovation, alterations, and accretions had corrupted the faith, so that no one was practicing the true Islam anymore. What Muslims needed to do was to shut out Western influence and restore Islam to its pristine, original form.

Another response was to say that the West was right. Muslims had gotten mired in obsolete religious ideas; they #Quote by Tamim Ansary
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#43. Call it one of my many useful skills and let's leave it at that. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#44. He began to feel overwhelmingly guilty for still being alive, while others continued to die around him. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Meg Medina
#45. Nothing ends. There is only transformation, ugly as it may be. #Quote by Meg Medina
Minki Medina quotes by John Medina
#46. One of the greatest predictors of performance in school turns out to be the emotional stability of the home. #Quote by John Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Jason Medina
#47. Hey, I knows things. I can take you places, but you gots to be willin' to do certain... things. #Quote by Jason Medina
Minki Medina quotes by Meg Medina
#48. Nobody is in the school yard when I get there, except for a few guys hanging near the fence. I recognize a couple of them from the forbidden Latin lunch table. I walk fast, trying not to be noticed, but, of course, they have to go out of their way to call me out. "Move that junk, mami!" one of them calls, making squeezing motions with his hands. I don't turn around to give him the finger, though I probably should. Instead, I hurry up the steps two at a time. #Quote by Meg Medina

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