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Newsweeks Latest quotes by Thomas C. Foster
#1. Every novel is brand-new. It's never been written before in the history of the world. At the same time, it's merely the latest in a long line of narratives - not just novels, but narratives generally - since humans began telling stories to themselves and each other. #Quote by Thomas C. Foster
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Ron Childress
#2. Alex has met them at the restaurant with his latest girlfriend, black-banged Lola, a performance artist who claims to have studied magic. #Quote by Ron Childress
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#3. How then should the state deal with terrorism? A successful counter-terrorism struggle should be conducted on three fronts. First, governments should focus on clandestine actions against the terror networks. Second, the media should keep things in perspective and avoid hysteria. The theatre of terror cannot succeed without publicity. Unfortunately, the media all too often provides this publicity for free. It obsessively reports terror attacks and greatly inflates their danger, because reports on terrorism sell newspapers much better than reports on diabetes or air pollution.
The third front is the imagination of each and every one of us. Terrorists hold our imagination captive, and use it against us. Again and again we rehearse the terrorist attack on the stage of our mind – remembering 9/11 or the latest suicide bombings. The terrorists kill a hundred people – and cause 100 million to imagine that there is a murderer lurking behind every tree. It is the responsibility of every citizen to liberate his or her imagination from the terrorists, and to remind ourselves of the true dimensions of this threat. It is our own inner terror that prompts the media to obsess about terrorism, and the government to overreact.
The success or failure of terrorism thus depends on us. If we allow our imagination to be captured by the terrorists, and then overreact to our own fears – terrorism will succeed. If we free our imagination from the terrorists, and react in a balanced and cool #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Austin L. Hughes
#4. Of all the fads and foibles in the long history of human credulity, scientism in all its varied guises - from fanciful cosmology to evolutionary epistemology and ethics - seems among the more dangerous, both because it pretends to be something very different from what it really is and because it has been accorded widespread and uncritical adherence. Continued insistence on the universal competence of science will serve only to undermine the credibility of science as a whole. The ultimate outcome will be an increase of radical skepticism that questions the ability of science to address even the questions legitimately within its sphere of competence. One longs for a new Enlightenment to puncture the pretensions of this latest superstition.
[The folly of scientism] #Quote by Austin L. Hughes
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Andy Serkis
#5. They [traditional studios] probably don't understand is that it's a genuine advancement in the actor's tradition. And you know, the tradition and craft of acting. And it's the latest step. You know, we, we tend to find forms of delivering stories that fit our times. #Quote by Andy Serkis
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Ned Vizzini
#6. And I know about psychologists, when they're writing down what you're saying they're really writing down how much money they're going to get when they sell their latest yacht, because they're all yuppies with no respect. ... #Quote by Ned Vizzini
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#7. Don't quit.
When your latest efforts fail, don't quit. When your performance is scoffed and ridiculed, don't quit. When you're told you have no talent, don't quit. When you come in dead last, don't quit. When it seems an uphill fight to keep going, don't quit. When you can't see any possible way to achieve your goals, don't quit. When your last supporter is you alone, don't quit. When discouragement and depression seem your constant companion, don't quit. When you feel like quitting, don't quit.
Time and time again you will crave relief from the harsh fight of trying to succeed. You will falsely think that quitting will bring peace and reprieve, but alas, only regret and disappointment await the quitter. Victory means never ever ever quitting.
So don't quit.
Do not quit. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Max Brooks
#8. History has proven that a well-trained individual, with nothing but a rock, has a better chance of survival than a novice with the latest technological marvel. #Quote by Max Brooks
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Jo Bonner
#9. There is one final point I would like to make this week. As I said on the floor of the House during deliberation of this latest supplemental, hope is something Americans should never lose. Let each of us, both by our words and actions, continue to provide that hope. #Quote by Jo Bonner
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Tracey Coretta
#10. It took me awhile to recognize the difference between someone who genuinely cares about you and welcomes your company and someone who is just interested in your life's latest development #Quote by Tracey Coretta
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Edward Abbey
#11. Too many American authors have a servile streak where their backbone should be. Where's our latest Nobel laureate? More than likely you'll find him in the Rose Garden kissing the First Lady's foot. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Blanche Barton
#12. We resist mindlessness of any kind. Again, drugs, like television, are fine for other people. The more enslaved they are, the easier it is for us, as long as they stay out of our way. Whether it's through religiously-imposed ignorance, spectator sports, crack, pot, coke, heroin - or the consumer insecurities imposed by the almighty Tube - it's fine with us as long as it keeps sheep more docile and easily contained. That doesn't mean we have to subject ourselves to it. Military generals don't step out on the missile range and volunteer as targets for the latest prototype weapons #Quote by Blanche Barton
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Thomas Sowell
#13. More frightening to me than any policy or politician is the ease with which the public is played for fools with words. The latest example is the 'Employee Freedom of Choice Act,' a bill that will do away with secret ballot elections among workers voting on whether to be represented by a union. It is an open invitation to intimidation - which is to say, loss of freedom of choice. #Quote by Thomas Sowell
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Christopher Lloyd
#14. Many gardeners will agree that hand-weeding is not the terrible drudgery that it is often made out to be. Some people find in it a kind of soothing monotony. It leaves their minds free to develop the plot for their next novel or to perfect the brilliant repartee with which they should have encountered a relative's latest example of unreasonableness. #Quote by Christopher Lloyd
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Kate Bornstein
#15. We have looked for myths that include us in great novels, music, the latest comic book, or even some stupid advertising campaign. We'll look *anywhere* for a mythology that embraces people like ourselves. #Quote by Kate Bornstein
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Will Self
#16. Sometimes it occurs to me that the job of a serious cultural critic mostly consists in telling the generality of people that their opinions - on films, on books, on all manner of widgets, gadgets and even the latest electronic fidgets - simply aren't up to scratch. #Quote by Will Self
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Aulus Persius Flaccus
#17. Lives there the man with soul so dead as to disown the wish to merit the people's applause, and having uttered words worthy to be kept in cedar oil to latest times, to leave behind him rhymes that dread neither herrings nor frankincense.
[Lat., An erit, qui velle recuset
Os populi meruisse? et cedro digna locutus
Linquere, nec scombros metuentia carmina nec thus.] #Quote by Aulus Persius Flaccus
Newsweeks Latest quotes by F. Scott Fitzgerald
#18. But Beatrice Blaine! There was a woman! Early pictures taken on her father's estate at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, or in Rome at the Sacred Heart Convent - an educational extravagance that in her youth was only for the daughters of the exceptionally wealthy - showed the exquisite delicacy of her features, the consummate art and simplicity of her clothes. A brilliant education she had - her youth passed in renaissance glory, she was versed in the latest gossip of the Older Roman Families; known by name as a fabulously wealthy American girl to Cardinal Vitori and Queen Margherita and more subtle celebrities that one must have had some culture even to have heard of. She learned in England to prefer whiskey and soda to wine, and her small talk was broadened in two senses during a winter in Vienna. All in all Beatrice O'Hara absorbed the sort of education that will be quite impossible ever again; a tutelage measured by the number of things and people one could be contemptuous of and charming about; a culture rich in all arts and traditions, barren of all ideas, in the last of those days when the great gardener clipped the inferior roses to produce one perfect bud. #Quote by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Kristin Cavallari
#19. I like to wear what I feel good in, not what the latest trend is. #Quote by Kristin Cavallari
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Ai
#20. ...the truth is always changing, always shaped by the latest collective urge to destroy. #Quote by Ai
Newsweeks Latest quotes by George W. Bush
#21. I wanted to come to Washington, D.C. and help be a transformative President. And I think history, when they look back, will say this is a fellow who knew how to make decisions, and made some tough ones, stood by them, wasn't driven by the latest opinion poll, but was driven by some core principles from which he would not deviate. #Quote by George W. Bush
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Hope Bradford
#22. What is the most helpful thing we can do for the earth and her people, Kuan Yin?"

"Kuan Yin is changing shape in response to your question, Hope. I'm not sure what this particular shape-shifting means, if it is an answer in itself or if she is adjusting to the question" Lena contemplates. "I'll just watch for a moment and try to understand."

"Loving people is the most helpful thing anyone can do," Kuan Yin answers after a short while. "Your society has the resources, at this very moment, to fashion industries and lifestyles conducive to a non-harmful environment. There is a popular belief that over-population is the threat to the earth's environment. However, for many places upon the earth it is also very much a question of resource availability and distribution. There is a real need for creating a holistic infrastructure that can support everyone.

A helpful mindset is simple-living and high-thinking", continues Kuan Yin. "Science is constantly evolving. There are now recyclable batteries, ink cartridges, etc. Keep up to date on the latest technologies. Be aware, set examples and create trends that will positively influence people's lives and the environment. As I said earlier, however, this is also a discussion about love and developing a greater capacity to love. It can help everyone.
We're all one huge family, a great continuum. Don't underestimate the power of the love created in your homes and families. This love has an immense poten #Quote by Hope Bradford
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Manny Farber
#23. Frank Capra, Hollywood's Horatio Alger, lights with more cinematic know-how and zeal than any other director to convince movie audiences that American life is exactly like the 'Saturday Evening Post' covers of Norman Rockwell. 'It's A Wonderful Life,' the latest example of Capracorn, shows his art at a hysterical pitch. #Quote by Manny Farber
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Saul Bellow
#24. There's the big advantage of backwardness. By the time the latest ideas reach Chicago, they're worn thin and easy to see through. You don't have to bother with them and it saves lots of trouble. #Quote by Saul Bellow
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Carine Roitfeld
#25. You can't learn how to be elegant; you can only learn how to avoid mistakes. The rest is instinct. Elegance is about the way you cross your legs, not the label or the newest clothes from the latest collection. #Quote by Carine Roitfeld
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Alistair Cooke
#26. As always, the British especially shudder at the latest American vulgarity, and then they embrace it with enthusiasm two years later. #Quote by Alistair Cooke
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Rachel Heffington
#27. Asking a writer why they like to write {in the theoretical sense of the question} is like asking a person why they breathe. For me, writing is a natural reflex to the beauty, the events, and the people I see around me. As Anais Nin put it, "We write to taste life twice." I live and then I write. The one transfers to the other, for me, in a gentle, necessary way. As prosaic as it sounds, I believe I process by writing. Part of the way I deal with stressful situations, catty people, or great joy or great trials in my own life is by conjuring it onto paper in some way; a journal entry, a blog post, my writing notebook, or my latest story. While I am a fair conversationalist, my real forte is expressing myself in words on paper. If I leave it all chasing round my head like rabbits in a warren, I'm apt to become a bug-bear to live with and my family would not thank me. Some people need counselors. Some people need long, drawn-out phone-calls with a trusted friend. Some people need to go out for a run. I need to get away to a quiet, lonesome corner--preferably on the front steps at gloaming with the North Star trembling against the darkening blue. I need to set my pen fiercely against the page {for at such moments I must be writing--not typing.} and I need to convert the stress or excitement or happiness into something to be shared with another person.
The beauty of the relationship between reading and writing is its give-and-take dynamic. For years I gathered and read every b #Quote by Rachel Heffington
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Svetlana Alliluyeva
#28. Moscow seethes and bubbles and gasps for air. It's always thirsting for something new, the newest events, the latest sensation. Everyone wants to be the first to know. It's the rhythm of life today. #Quote by Svetlana Alliluyeva
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Walter Raleigh
#29. What is our life? A play of passion.
Our mirth the music of division.
Our mother's wombs the tyring houses be,
Where we are drest for this short Comedy.
Heaven the judicious sharp spectator is,
That sits and marks still who doth act amiss,
Our graves that hide us from the searching sun,
Are like drawn curtains when the play is done.
Thus march we playing to our latest rest,
Only we die in earnest, that's no jest. #Quote by Walter Raleigh
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Tom Coughlin
#30. Cloud storage in data centers will utilize the latest developments in physical storage virtualization, deduplication and other methods to make the most effective use of physical storage assets. Software defined storage could allow a further level of abstraction and cost effectiveness. The vast bulk of content stored "in the cloud" will reside on large SATA interface HDDs with some on magnetic (mostly LTO) tape (particularly for "archives.") #Quote by Tom Coughlin
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Charles R. Swindoll
#31. Nothing is more bothersome to me than retiring. Weird things happen when you disengage; first you get negative, then you start telling people about your latest surgeries, and eventually you lose touch. I want to stay in touch. #Quote by Charles R. Swindoll
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Stephenie Meyer
#32. The earth is at piece, there is no hunger, there is no violence,the environment is healed, honesty, curtesy and kindness practiced by all, our world has never been more ... perfect.In latest it is no longer our world, we've been invaded by an alien raise to occupy bodies of almost all human beings on the planet and the few humans who survived are on the run. #Quote by Stephenie Meyer
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Dominic Hibberd
#33. But the most gratifying message was a warm-hearted and completely unexpected letter from Robert Graves, who had just been shown Wilfred's latest poems by Sassoon. 'Don't make any mistake, Owen,' Graves wrote, 'you are a damned fine poet already & are going to be more so... you have found a new method... those assonances instead of rhymes are fine - Puff out your chest a little, Owen & be big - for you've more right than most of us... You must help S.S. and R.N. and R.G. to revolutionize English Poetry - So outlive this War. #Quote by Dominic Hibberd
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Gail Carriger
#34. While her own taste was, frankly, pedestrian, Lady Maccon did enjoy seeing what all the peacocks had arranged to drape themselves with. In the better parts of London, one could run into almost anything: the latest evening gowns from Paris, floating dresses to the extremes of practicality from the Americas, and the fullest, most complex cravat ties imaginable. One could witness a veritable cornucopia of visual delights merely by driving through the crowded streets. If #Quote by Gail Carriger
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Anna Nalick
#35. 2AM and she calls me cause I'm still awake, 'Can you help me unravel my latest mistake? I don't love him. Winter just wasn't my season. #Quote by Anna Nalick
Newsweeks Latest quotes by OMOSOHWOFA CASEY
#36. Anger is very deadly. It leads to intolerance and this causes depression.

I have discovered people who are temperamental need help so they can overcome such challenges.

Running away from challenges doesn't help but confronting the challenges.

In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher. If you must learn how to control your anger, you must practice it by being around those who usually provoke you the most.

How you respond to their provocation should be rated by you on different occasions, you compare your latest reaction with your past, assess them and think of better ways to improve next time.

Overcoming anger and intolerance is very difficult, but it is is just a gradual process but change is assured.

Taking advice is easy but following the instructions is difficult but with time, if one is ready to overcome anger, it will be a thing of the past.

Don't give up on yourself! #Quote by OMOSOHWOFA CASEY
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Kaui Hart Hemmings
#37. We get in and I start the car. "Are you going to be good to Lani?" I ask. I think of Tommy Cook, a pale boy with psoriasis; we used to tie him to a chair with bungee cords and put him in the middle of the road, then hide. Few cars would actually come down Rainbow Drive, but when they did, it always surprised me that the drivers would slow their vehicles and swerve around the chair. None of them ever got out of their cars to help Tommy; it was as though they were in on the prank. I don't know how Tommy managed to let us catch him more than once. Maybe he liked the attention.

"I'll try," Scottie says. "But it's hard. She has this face that you just want to hit."

"I know what you mean," I say, thinking of Tommy, but realize I'm not supposed to empathize. "What does that mean?" I ask. "The kind of face that you want to hit. Where did you get that?" Sometimes I wonder if Scottie knows what she's saying or if it's something she recites, like those kids who memorize the Declaration of Independence.

"It's something Mom said about Danielle."

"I see." Joanie has carried her juvenile meanness into her adult life. She sends unflattering pictures of her ex-friends to the Advertiser to put in their society pages. She always has some sort of drama in her life, some friend I'm not supposed to speak to or invite to our barbecues, and then I hear her on the phone gossiping about the latest scandal in an outraged and thrilled voice. "You are going to #Quote by Kaui Hart Hemmings
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Jodi Picoult
#38. My mother, who would always buy her books new, hated it the vintage hardcovers with their cracked spines and threadbare cloth covers. True you couldn't go in there and buy the latest best seller, but when you held one of those volumes in your hands, you were leafing through another person'a life. Someone else had once loved that story, too. Someone else had carried that book in a backpack, devoured it over breakfast, mopped up that coffee stain at a Paris café, cried herself to sleep after that last chapter. The scent was distinctive: a slight damp mildew, a punch of dust. To me, it was the smell of history. #Quote by Jodi Picoult
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Damian Lewis
#39. I'm sponsored by Audi, so I have this rather lovely rather arrangement where they just insist that I'm always in the latest model. #Quote by Damian Lewis
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Gangaji
#40. If you are willing to take an instant to withdraw attention from whatever your internal dialogue is, to withdraw energy from whatever the latest point of view about your suffering is, it is immediately obvious what is here: the fullness, the richness and the love of oneself as conscious life. #Quote by Gangaji
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#41. Again and again across the centuries, cosmic discoveries have demoted our self-image. Earth was once assumed to be astronomically unique, until astronomers learned that Earth is just another planet orbiting the Sun. Then we presumed the Sun was unique, until we learned that the countless stars of the night sky are suns themselves. Then we presumed our galaxy, the Milky Way, was the entire known universe, until we established that the countless fuzzy things in the sky are other galaxies, dotting the landscape of our known universe.
Today, how easy it is to presume that one universe is all there is. Yet emerging theories of modern cosmology, as well as the continually reaffirmed improbability that anything is unique, require that we remain open to the latest assault on our plea for distinctiveness: multiple universes, otherwise known as the "multiverse," in which ours is just one of countless bubbles bursting forth from the fabric of the cosmos. #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Victoria Vane
#42. The latest mode from Paris, the gown had a devastatingly low, square-cut bodice accentuated with the tiniest bit of sheer, gold trim that barely concealed a hint of dusky nipple. If the viscount appreciated her well-endowed bosom, what harm in teasing from afar that which he could never touch? Deeming it naught but a bit of harmless flirtation with a charming rogue, Diana paid little heed to the fleeting notion that she might actually be playing with fire. #Quote by Victoria Vane
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Harper Lee
#43. She was a person who, when confronted with an easy way out, always took the hard way. The easy way out of this would be to marry Hank and let him labor for her. After a few years, when the children were waist-high, the man would come along whom she should have married in the first place. There would be searchings of hearts, fevers and frets, long looks at each other on the post office steps, and misery for everybody. The hollering and the high-mindedness over, all that would be left would be another shabby little affair à la the Birmingham country club set, and a self-constructed private Gehenna with the latest Westinghouse appliances. Hank didn't deserve that. #Quote by Harper Lee
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Michelle Obama
#44. I am a sleeper. When you wake up at 4:30 in the morning to do a workout, you're sleepy at 8 in the evening. By 10 o'clock at the latest, I'm in bed. #Quote by Michelle Obama
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#45. I never react to events in the outside world; I always react to the sensations in my own body. (...) Even when we think we react to what another person has done, to President Trump's latest tweet, or to a distant childhood memory, the truth is we always react to our immediate bodily sensations. If we are outraged that somebody insulted our nation or our god, what makes the insult unbearable is the burning sensations in the pit of our stomach and the band of pain that grips our heart. Our nation feels nothing, but our body really hurts. #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Samuel Beckett
#46. The old thing where it always was, back again. As when a man, having found at last what he sought, a woman, for example, or a friend, loses it, or realises what it is. And yet it is useless not to seek, not to want, for when you cease to seek you start to find, and when you cease to want, then life begins to ram her fish and chips down your gullet until you puke, and then the puke down your gullet until you puke the puke, and then the puked puke until you begin to like it. The glutton castaway, the drunkard in the desert, the lecher in prison, they are the happy ones. To hunger, thirst, lust, every day afresh and every day in vain, after the old prog, the old booze, the old whores, that's the nearest we'll ever get to felicity, the new porch and the very latest garden. I pass on the tip for what it is worth. #Quote by Samuel Beckett
Newsweeks Latest quotes by David O. Russell
#47. David O. Russell's best films are thrilling high wire acts that run the moment to moment risk of tumbling to the ground. In his latest, "Joy," Russell has more trouble than usual keeping his balance on the wire. #Quote by David O. Russell
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Ravi Zacharias
#48. This is the latest approach by antitheistic thinkers who seek to explain good and evil apart from God. Over the years naturalists first denied causality as an argument to prove God's existence: Why do we have to have a cause? Why can't the universe just be? Then they denied design as an argument for God's existence: Why do we need a designer? Why could it not have all just come together with the appearance of design? Now they deny morality as an argument for God's existence: Why do we need to posit a moral law or a moral law source? Why can't it just be a pragmatic reality? This I find fascinating! They want a cause for suffering or a design for suffering, but they have already denied that either of these is necessary to account for every effect. This #Quote by Ravi Zacharias
Newsweeks Latest quotes by Ismail Kadare
#49. For me as a writer, Albanian is simply an extraordinary means of expression - rich, malleable, adaptable. As I have said in my latest novel, 'Spiritus,' it has modalities that exist only in classical Greek, which puts one in touch with the mentality of antiquity. #Quote by Ismail Kadare

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