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Old Toys quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#1. The happiest adults are those who never buried old toys or abandoned imaginary friends. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Old Toys quotes by Nick Park
#2. Like my father, I would never as a child throw anything away, keeping old toys, electric motors and bits of broken machines under my bed in what I called my Box of Useful Things. #Quote by Nick Park
Old Toys quotes by Jose Saramago
#3. There are people like Senhor José everywhere, who fill their time, or what they believe to be their spare time, by collecting stamps, coins, medals, vases, postcards, matchboxes, books, clocks, sport shirts, autographs, stones, clay figurines, empty beverage cans, little angels, cacti, opera programmes, lighters, pens, owls, music boxes, bottles, bonsai trees, paintings, mugs, pipes, glass obelisks, ceramic ducks, old toys, carnival masks, and they probably do so out of something that we might call metaphysical angst, perhaps because they cannot bear the idea of chaos being the one ruler of the universe, which is why, using their limited powers [...], they attempt to impose some order on the world, and for a short while they manage it, but only as long as they are there to defend their collection, because when the day comes when it must be dispersed, and that day always comes, either with their death or when the collector grows weary, everything goes back to its beginnings, everything returns to chaos. #Quote by Jose Saramago
Old Toys quotes by Nicholas Sparks
#4. Because he's no better than a spoiled child. You were his toy, and even though he's got new toys, it doesn't mean he wants anyone to play with his old toys. #Quote by Nicholas Sparks
Old Toys quotes by Melania Trump
#5. My husband and I are big givers to charity, and we are teaching our son Barron all about giving his old toys away to children who might not have any. #Quote by Melania Trump
Old Toys quotes by Alberto Villoldo
#6. The soul, in its longing to grow, will push us toward crisis points, bringing about a situation that will force us to leave behind the old toys and the worn-out ways of operating. Our soul brings us these crises to remind us that we don't have to remain stuck in the land of the hunters and the hunted. We are called to draw ourselves up to our full height and confidence, even when terrified at the prospect of the unknown. #Quote by Alberto Villoldo
Old Toys quotes by Michael Keaton
#7. To this day, I have the most fond memories of some of my old toys. #Quote by Michael Keaton
Old Toys quotes by Simon R. Green
#8. We are in the dark places of the earth," said Madman. "Where all the ancient and most dangerous secrets are kept. There are Old Things down here, sleeping all around us, in the earth and in the living rock, and in the spaces between spaces. Keep your voices down. Some of these old creatures sleep but lightly, and even their dreams can have force and substance in our limited world. We have come among forgotten gods and sleeping devils, from the days before the world settled down and declared itself sane. #Quote by Simon R. Green
Old Toys quotes by Tom Dreesen
#9. You have to remember, Frank Sinatra is 82 years old, which is 240 in your years. He's lived three lifetimes! He has good and bad days. He can't run ... around as fast as he used to. #Quote by Tom Dreesen
Old Toys quotes by Charles Bukowski
#10. Nobody listened to an old voice anymore. Old voices became a part of one's self, like a fingernail. #Quote by Charles Bukowski
Old Toys quotes by Stefan Emunds
#11. Since time immemorial, the serpent has symbolized organic vitality. Serpents move in curves and so does energy. The serpent developed from the Light created on the first cosmic day. In the firmament it manifests as the life-breath that animates souls. In the physical universe it manifests electro-magnetism, the light in substance so to speak. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Old Toys quotes by Sara Zarr
#12. There's a lot that is awful. That's the struggle of getting old. To make sure you don't let what's hard ... obscure the beauty. #Quote by Sara Zarr
Old Toys quotes by Lorenzo Di Bonaventura
#13. We've never pulled from the toy line. We've always pulled from the mythology. What's great is there's so much mythology, so there's always stuff to pull from that. It never lines up perfectly for a movie; it's just like adapting a book or anything else, you know? But you come up with things to create, you come up with different ideas, but fundamentally the ideas always start from the mythology. #Quote by Lorenzo Di Bonaventura
Old Toys quotes by Nick Hornby
#14. They were expressions of who he was and what he'd become, and he couldn't do anything about any of it, apart from retrace his steps back and back and back, until he was fifteen or ten or three years old, and start again. #Quote by Nick Hornby
Old Toys quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#15. He will be with you also, all the way, that faithful God. Every morning when you awaken to the old and tolerable pain, at every mile of the hot uphill dusty road of tiring duty, on to the judgment seat, the same Christ there as ever, still loving you, still sufficient for you, even then. And then, on through all eternity. #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Old Toys quotes by Boz Scaggs
#16. I'm still trying to re-create a Ray Charles concert that I heard when I was fifteen years old, and all my nerve endings were fried and transformed, and electricity shot through me. #Quote by Boz Scaggs
Old Toys quotes by M.F.K. Fisher
#17. When a man is small, he loves and hates food with a ferocity which soon dims. At six years old his very bowels will heave when such a dish as creamed carrots or cold tapioca appear before him. #Quote by M.F.K. Fisher
Old Toys quotes by L.J. Shen
#18. Ask me what I want,' Vicious murmured into my face.
The public display of affection from him - not sexual, not bullying, but pure, naked affection - filled my chest with warmth, but I tried to swallow down my hope.
'What do you want?' I turned my gaze to meet his, and suddenly, we weren't in New York, in a gallery full of people. We were in my old room. Ignoring the party and the world around us, a world that we constantly disregarded when we were together.
'I want you,' he said simply. 'Just you. Nothing else. Only ever you,' he breathed out in pain, closing his eyes. 'Fuck, Emilia. You. #Quote by L.J. Shen
Old Toys quotes by Yevgeny Zamyatin
#19. Tipsy, they tumbled early into bed - to get as much sleep as they could. So they would feel less hunger. The summer catch had been poor; there wasn't much food. They ate with care and looked sideways at the old: the old were gluttons, everybody knew it, and what was the good of feeding them? It wouldn't harm them to starve a little.
The hungry dogs howled. The women rinsed the children's bellies with hot water three times a day, so they wouldn't cry so much for food. The old starved silently. ("The North") #Quote by Yevgeny Zamyatin
Old Toys quotes by D.B. Reynolds
#20. So that means you are almost old enough to be my grandfather. Raj laughed, Your great, great, grandfather, more likely, but whose counting? #Quote by D.B. Reynolds
Old Toys quotes by Tim Burton
#21. My diagnosis," he said
"for better or worse,
is that your son is the result
of an old pharaoh's curse. #Quote by Tim Burton
Old Toys quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#22. I've never sailed the Amazon,
I've never reached Brazil;
But the Don and Magdalena,
They can go there when they will!
Yes, weekly from Southampton,
Great steamers, white and gold,
Go rolling down to Rio
(Roll down - roll down to Rio!)
And I'd like to roll to Rio
Some day before I'm old!
I've never seen a Jaguar,
Nor yet an Armadill
O dilloing in his armour,
And I s'pose I never will,
Unless I go to Rio
These wonders to behold
Roll down - roll down to Rio
Roll really down to Rio!
Oh, I'd love to roll to Rio
Some day before I'm old! #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Old Toys quotes by Uri Geller
#23. We're all brilliant at something. I discovered my powers when I was four years old. When you're young you're more in touch with your real talents, but so often the 30 year slog knocks it out of people. #Quote by Uri Geller
Old Toys quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#24. And meanwhile everybody's wondering what this old woman with half her face drooping onto her shoulder is doing bagging their groceries. You have no idea how I envy you your cubicle. The invisibility of it."
"Let's not romanticize the cubicle," Pip said.
"This is the terrible thing about bodies. They're so visible, so visible. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Old Toys quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#25. Well, I've had more than one odd moment, I have, But I have never felt those impulses you have. Soon enough you get your fill of woods and things, I don't really envy birds their wings. How different are the pleasures of the intellect, 1130 Sustaining one from page to page, from book to book, And warming winter nights with dear employment And with the consciousness your life's so lucky. And goodness, when you spread out an old parchment, Heaven's fetched straight down into your study. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Old Toys quotes by Aly Martinez
#26. When I was nineteen years old, I fell in love with a girl who changed my life by showing me that even the darkest nights still had stars and it didn't matter one bit that you had to lie in the weeds to see them. #Quote by Aly Martinez
Old Toys quotes by James Fallows
#27. The demise of Google Reader, if logical, is a reminder of how far we've come from the cuddly old 'I'm Feeling Lucky' Google days, in which there was a foreseeably-astonishing delight in the way Google's evolving design tricks anticipated what users would like. #Quote by James Fallows
Old Toys quotes by Jay Leno
#28. Did you hear about this 20-year-old kid named John Walker from Northern California who was apparently fighting for the Taliban? ... It didn't take long for the TV networks to jump on this Walker thing. CBS has a new show: 'Walker: Taliban Ranger.' #Quote by Jay Leno
Old Toys quotes by Thomas Jefferson
#29. Bigotry is the disease of ignorance, of morbid minds; enthusiasm of the free and buoyant. Education and free discussion are the antidotes of both. We are destined to be a barrier against the returns of ignorance and barbarism. Old Europe will have to lean on our shoulders, and to hobble along by our side, under the monkish trammels of priests and kings, as she can. What a Colossus shall we be when the Southern continent comes up to our mark! What a stand will it secure as a ralliance for the reason & freedom of the globe! I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past. So good night. I will dream on, always fancying that Mrs Adams and yourself are by my side marking the progress and the obliquities of ages and countries. #Quote by Thomas Jefferson
Old Toys quotes by Julie James
#30. You're sixteen years old. Trust me, relationships get a lot more complicated when you're an adult."
"Is this a friends-with-benefits situation?"
"Aren't you a little young to know about friends-with-benefits situations?"
"I didn't say I was partaking in them myself," Zach said. "But shockingly, yes, I have heard of scenarios in which adults engage in intercourse without riding off into the sunset together. #Quote by Julie James
Old Toys quotes by Karleen Koen
#31. Change is an easy thing to decide and a difficult thing to do. It is the day-to-day struggle of it that defeats people. Do not despair if old ways look good to you. Despair only if you fall into them too often. #Quote by Karleen Koen
Old Toys quotes by Neal Stephenson
#32. Our cultures used to be almost hereditary, but now we choose them from a menu as various as the food court of a suburban shopping mall. Ambition, curiosity, talent, sexuality or religion can draw us to new cities and cultures, where we become foreigners to our parents. Synthetic cultures are nimbler than old ones, often imprudently so. They have scattered so widely that they can no longer hear each other and now some have gone so far afield that they have passed through the apocalypse while the rest of us are watching it on TV. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Old Toys quotes by Christopher Plummer
#33. They realized I was alive again, even though I was playing an old, dying sop. #Quote by Christopher Plummer
Old Toys quotes by Kathy Reichs
#34. Tory a father isn't supposed to fear his fourteen-year-old daughter. That being sad, you terrify me. #Quote by Kathy Reichs
Old Toys quotes by Farley Granger
#35. Barbara and I had arrived early, so I got to admire everyone's entrance. We were seated at tables around a dance floor that had been set up on the lawn behind the house. Barbara and I shared a table with Deborah Kerr and her husband. Deborah, a lovely English redhead, had been brought to Hollywood to play opposite Clark Gable in The Hucksters. Louis B. Mayer needed a cool, refined beauty to replace the enormously popular redhead, Greer Garson, who had married a wealthy oil magnate and retired from the screen in the mid-fifties. Deborah, like her predecessor, had an ultra-ladylike air about her that was misleading. In fact, she was quick, sharp, and very funny. She and Barbara got along like old school chums. Jimmy Stewart was also there with his wife. It was the first time I'd seen him since we'd worked for Hitchcock. It was a treat talking to him, and I felt closer to him than I ever did on the set of Rope. He was so genuinely happy for my success in Strangers on a Train that I was quite moved. Clark Gable arrived late, and it was a star entrance to remember. He stopped for a moment at the top of the steps that led down to the garden. He was alone, tanned, and wearing a white suit. He radiated charisma. He really was the King. The party was elegant. Hot Polynesian hors d'oeuvres were passed around during drinks. Dinner was very French, with consommé madrilène as a first course followed by cold poached salmon and asparagus hollandaise. During dessert, a lemon soufflé, and cof #Quote by Farley Granger
Old Toys quotes by William Faulkner
#36. The somebody you was young with and you growed old in her and she growed old in you, seeing the old coming in and it was one somebody you could hear say it don't matter and know it was the truth outen the hard world ad all a man's grief and trials. #Quote by William Faulkner
Old Toys quotes by Mardy Grothe
#37. The young think about how they'll change the world, the old think about how the world has changed. #Quote by Mardy Grothe
Old Toys quotes by Robert Coppola Schwartzman
#38. I started using the Internet when I was 12 years old. I would go into chat rooms and flirt. It was the beginning of the Internet for young people. #Quote by Robert Coppola Schwartzman
Old Toys quotes by Malorie Blackman
#39. I read a lot of highly unsuitable books for an 11-year-old. I was desperate to read as widely as possible. I thought, 'There are so many places I am never going to get the chance to visit, but I can if I read them.' And I did. I could go anywhere in the world - and off it - by reading. #Quote by Malorie Blackman
Old Toys quotes by Dan Kimball
#40. The old paradigm taught that if you had the right teaching, you will experience God. The new paradigm says that if you experience God, you will have the right teaching. #Quote by Dan Kimball
Old Toys quotes by Julian Of Norwich
#41. When I was thirty years old and a half, God sent me a bodily sickness, in which I lay three days and three nights; and on the fourth night I took all my rites of Holy Church, and weened not to have lived till day. #Quote by Julian Of Norwich
Old Toys quotes by Joe Hill
#42. With the cross around his neck he could be his old self again, he could have it all back if he wanted it, but it wasn't worth having. If you were going to live in hell on earth, there was something to be said for being one of the devils. - Horns p.381 #Quote by Joe Hill
Old Toys quotes by Robin McKinley
#43. It had not been a very cheerful journey, not the least for the western excursion into Outlander territory, where a stubborn and pompous old man had refused to listen to the truth; but Corlath had expected what he found and-she thought-saw no use in being discouraged. #Quote by Robin McKinley
Old Toys quotes by Virginia Woolf
#44. At last the door opened stealthily. Ellen, the discreet black maid, stood behind Mrs. Chinnery's chair, waiting. Mrs. Chinnery pretended to ignore her, but the others were glad to stop. Ellen stepped forward and Mrs. Chinnery, submitting, was wheeled off to the mysterious upper chamber of extreme old age. Her pleasure was over. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
Old Toys quotes by Patton Oswalt
#45. I think most comedians go through that (period), where you have to change or evolve. You don't want to just keep doing variations on the same themes. And, besides, it would look kinda creepy for a guy my age to be doing stuff that, like, a 20-year-old would do. 'Yeah, this is bullshit!' It's, like, 'Really? You don't have bigger concerns at this point in your life?' #Quote by Patton Oswalt
Old Toys quotes by Meghan Daum
#46. Old-fashioned girl that I am, I still have a landline, though it rarely rings - and when it does, especially without warning, there's rarely anything good on the other end. #Quote by Meghan Daum
Old Toys quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#47. An old joke has an Oxford professor meeting an American former graduate student and asking him what he's working on these days. 'My thesis is on the survival of the class system in the United States.' 'Oh really, that's interesting: one didn't think there was a class system in the United States.' 'Nobody does. That's how it survives. #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Old Toys quotes by Phil Cousineau
#48. The time has come to set out for sacred ground...that will stir our sense of wonder. It is down the path to the deeply real where time stops and we are seized by the mysteries. This is the journey that we cannot Not take.

The old hermit along the side of the road whispers, Stranger, Pass bythat which you donot love. #Quote by Phil Cousineau

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