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Old Cycle quotes by Mitch Albom
#1. Did you know," the old woman said now, standing beside the grown-up Annie, "that a dog will go to a crying human before a smiling one? Dogs get sad when people around them get sad . They're created that way. It's called empathy. Humans have it, too. But it gets blocked by other things -- ego, self-pity, thinking your own pain must be tended to first. Dogs don't have those issues. #Quote by Mitch Albom
Old Cycle quotes by James Surowiecki
#2. Movies' mistrust of capitalism is almost as old as the medium itself. #Quote by James Surowiecki
Old Cycle quotes by Mike Mullin
#3. When I was eleven or twelve, we had this real old guy as a Sunday school teacher. Mom said he'd been in some war: Iraq, Vietnam ... I forget. Anyway, almost every class he'd say, "There are no atheists in foxholes, kids." At the time, it was just weird. What did we know about either atheists or foxholes? Nothing. But I sort of understood it now. #Quote by Mike Mullin
Old Cycle quotes by Alice Hoffman
#4. They say that dogs may dream, and when Topsy was old, his feet would move in his sleep. With his eyes closed he would often make a noise that sounded quite human, as if greeting someone in his dreams. At first it seemed that he believed Sara would return, but as the years went by I understood that his loyalty asked for no reward, and that love comes in unexpected forms. His wish was small, as hers had been
merely to be beside her. As for me, I already knew I would never get what I wanted. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Old Cycle quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#5. The Greek culture of the Sophists had developed out of all the Greek instincts; it belongs to the culture of the Periclean age as necessarily as Plato does not: it has its predecessors in Heraclitus, in Democritus, in the scientific types of the old philosophy; it finds expression in, e.g., the high culture of Thucydides. And – it has ultimately shown itself to be right: every advance in epistemological and moral knowledge has reinstated the Sophists – Our contemporary way of thinking is to a great extent Heraclitean, Democritean, and Protagorean: it suffices to say it is Protagorean, because Protagoras represented a synthesis of Heraclitus and Democritus. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Old Cycle quotes by Jamie Oliver
#6. I hear loads of cynics saying that I'll never be able to change anything. They say that junk food marketing and the ready availability of fast food is just too powerful. But I'd say in response, screw you. I know that most people, if they're really honest, are fed up with the same old rubbish #Quote by Jamie Oliver
Old Cycle quotes by Frederick Lenz
#7. Old Zen was the reduction of concepts to absurdity. #Quote by Frederick Lenz
Old Cycle quotes by Francis Bacon
#8. I use all sorts of things to work with: old brooms, old sweaters, and all kinds of peculiar tools and materials ... I paint to excite myself, and make something for myself. #Quote by Francis Bacon
Old Cycle quotes by Paul Arden
#9. Being right is based upon knowledge and experience and is often provable. Knowledge comes from the past, so it's safe. It is also out of date. It's the opposite of originality. Experience is built from solutions to old situations and problems. The old situations are probably different from the present ones, so that old solutions will have to be bent to fit new problems (and possibly fit badly). Also the likelihood is that, if you've got the experience, you'll probably use it. This is lazy. Experience is the opposite of being creative. If you can prove you're right you're set in concrete. You cannot move with the times or with other people. Being right is also being boring. Your mind is closed. You are not open to new ideas. You are rooted in your own rightness, which is arrogant. Arrogance is a valuable tool, but only if used very sparingly. Worst of all, being right has a tone of morality about it. To be anything else sounds weak or fallible, and people who are right would hate to be thought fallible. So: it's wrong to be right, because people who are right are rooted in the past, rigid-minded, dull and smug. There's no talking to them. #Quote by Paul Arden
Old Cycle quotes by Georges Rodenbach
#10. He got carried away as he developed his idea: 'The aesthetic quality of towns is essential. If, as has been said, every landscape is a frame of mind, then it is even more true of a townscape. The way the inhabitants think and feel corresponds to the town they live in. An analogous phenomenon can be observed in certain women who, during their pregnancy, surround themselves with harmonious objects, calm statues, bright gardens, delicate curios, so that their child-to-be, under their influence, will be beautiful. In the same way one cannot imagine a genius coming from other than a magnificent town. Goethe was born in Frankfurt, a noble city where the Main flows between venerable palaces, between walls where the ancient heart of Germany lives on. Hoffmann explains Nuremberg - his soul performs acrobatics on the gables like a gnome on the decorated face of an old German clock. In France there is Rouen, with its rich accumulation of architectural monuments, its. cathedral like an oasis of stone, which produced Corneille and then Flaubert, two pure geniuses shaking hands across the centuries. There is no doubt about it, beautiful towns make beautiful souls. #Quote by Georges Rodenbach
Old Cycle quotes by Karl Wiggins
#11. The Home Office informs us that there are around 400 ex-offenders from overseas currently seeking refuge in this country. One geezer, who has 78 offences to his name, managed to escape deportation on the grounds that he's an alcoholic! Drinking alcohol, it seems, is illegal in his homeland, so because he claims he'll be persecuted and tortured we've said, "Oh, bad show, old chap. Tough call that. Enjoy a spot of scotch myself from time to time. Quite understandable. Well why don't you stay here at our expense? You'll be able to fondle and grope any woman you like. We'd never deport you for that, I can assure you. You'll be perfectly safe here. #Quote by Karl Wiggins
Old Cycle quotes by Anne Mallory
#12. Good morning." His lips quirked. "I nearly expired from old age, waiting to see if you would actually
knock on the damn thing. My heart couldn't take it any longer."
She lifted her chin and stepped inside, brushing past him as she did so. "So you are saying that if only I
had had a few beats more, I would finally have been rid of you?"
She caught his lazy grin as she passed. "I plan to haunt you even in the afterlife," he whispered, the air of
his words brushing her ear, the door engaging behind her. #Quote by Anne Mallory
Old Cycle quotes by Robert Macfarlane
#13. The association of the wild and the wood also run deep in etymology. The two words are thought to have grown out of the root word wald and the old Teutonic word walthus, meaning 'forest.' Walthus entered Old English in its variant forms of 'weald,' 'wald,' and 'wold,' which were used to designate both 'a wild place' and 'a wooded place,' in which wild creatures -- wolves, foxes, bears -- survived. The wild and wood also graft together in the Latin word silva, which means 'forest,' and from which emerged the idea of 'savage,' with its connotations of fertility.... #Quote by Robert Macfarlane
Old Cycle quotes by L. Todd Rose
#14. The whole idea of timing tests is a century old, from a scientist who thought speed and ability were tightly correlated, which they are not. #Quote by L. Todd Rose
Old Cycle quotes by Marc Wallice
#15. My father was gone when I was three years old. #Quote by Marc Wallice
Old Cycle quotes by Christina Aguilera
#16. Some people are afraid of change and [feel] that getting older is a bad thing, but I really love maturing and gaining wisdom, and the experience of being pregnant and having a child and seeing what a woman's body can do is amazing. #Quote by Christina Aguilera
Old Cycle quotes by Jackson Guthy
#17. I got started at a really young age. I was about two years old when I started playing the piano and around seven or eight when I started writing my own chords and putting words together. #Quote by Jackson Guthy
Old Cycle quotes by Mimsy Sadofsky
#18. I think it's hard to learn democracy when we make children prisoners until they're nineteen years old. #Quote by Mimsy Sadofsky
Old Cycle quotes by Alistair Cooke
#19. More than anything else, though, to anyone who would write about it, golf offers a four-hour drama in two acts, which becomes memorable even in the tape-recorded reminiscenses of old champs, and which - in the hands of someone like Herb Wind - can become a piece of war correspondence as artfully controlled as Alan Morehead's account of Gallipoli. #Quote by Alistair Cooke
Old Cycle quotes by George W. Bush
#20. There's an old saying in Tennessee - I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee - that says, fool me once, shame on - shame on you. Fool me - you can't get fooled again. #Quote by George W. Bush
Old Cycle quotes by Valenciya Lyons
#21. She may have been only sixteen years old, but there was a new life growing inside of her. She fought back tears that she could feel forming in her eyes. She hated to admit it but she was scared since she wasn't even old enough to take care of a baby. She wasn't even old enough to take care of herself. She was just a kid who still lived at home with her mother, and this kid was not ready to become a mother. #Quote by Valenciya Lyons
Old Cycle quotes by Diana Athill
#22. Looking at things is never time wasted. If your children want to stand and stare, let them. When I was marvelling at the beauty of a painting or enjoying a great view it did not occur to me that the experience, however intense, would be of value many years later. But there it has remained, tucked away in hidden bits of my mind and now it comes, shouldering aside even the most passionate love affairs. #Quote by Diana Athill
Old Cycle quotes by Tsunetomo Yamamoto
#23. Whether people be of high or low birth, rich or poor, old or young, enlightened or confused, they are all alike in that they will one day die. #Quote by Tsunetomo Yamamoto
Old Cycle quotes by Paul Auster
#24. In the old physics, three times two equals six and two times three equals 6 are reversible propositions. Not in quantum physics. Three times two and two times three are two different matters, distinct and separate propositions. #Quote by Paul Auster
Old Cycle quotes by The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints
#25. Beginning when he was nine years old, Spencer memorized the Articles of Faith, the Ten Commandments, and most of the hymns from the Church hymnal while milking the cows and watering the horses each day. #Quote by The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints
Old Cycle quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#26. Let us now leave the example of the isolated State and turn our attention to the international movements that arise from a fall in the value of money due to an increase in its amount. Here, again, the process is the same. There is no increase in the available stock of goods; only its distribution is altered. The country in which the new mines are situated and the countries that deal directly with it have their position bettered by the fact that they are still able to buy commodities from other countries at the old lower prices at a time when depreciation at home has already occurred. Those countries that are the last to be reached by the new stream of money are those which must ultimately bear the cost of the increased welfare of the other countries. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
Old Cycle quotes by Henry Ian Cusick
#27. I swim. I do a little bit of surfing. I would say I'm a beginner at surfing. I run. I cycle. I play a little bit of soccer. #Quote by Henry Ian Cusick
Old Cycle quotes by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
#28. Faith, then, is simply a believing that there is a God who loves us, in spite of the poison of sin coursing through our soul. It is a believing that he loves us even though, like the Israelites of old, we have nothing to bring to him but malignancy, wretched sickness, and grumbling misery. It is believing that he invites us to look to him, to rely upon him, and to trust in him simply to do what he has said. It is believing that if we turn the gaze of our soul upward toward him, he will give us life. The Lord Jesus characterizes the simplicity and certainty of saving faith, stating that it is his Father's will to grant eternal life to all who look on and believe in him. "For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day" (John 6:40). #Quote by Elyse M. Fitzpatrick
Old Cycle quotes by Patrick Wolf
#29. I'm getting older every day, and I'm going to be making music until I drop dead. #Quote by Patrick Wolf
Old Cycle quotes by Michael J. Sullivan
#30. ' Bout time you married someone and stopped tempting every man from here to the Blue Sea," Padera said, slurring the words through toothless gums. "You know, wars have started over women like you."
Moya scoffed. "You're so full of crap, old woman."
"Brin?" Padera called.
Brin tore her eyes away from the doorway. "Augusta of Melen, daughter of Chieftain Eisol, started the Battle of the Red River when she refused to marry Theo of Warric. When Theo's father was killed in the fight, Theo vowed vengeance and summoned all of Clan Warric to his banner. This resulted in what became known as the Ten Year War, which claimed the lives of a thousand men and instigated a famine that lasted two years. #Quote by Michael J. Sullivan

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