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P41 Form quotes by Aimee Bender
#1. Here is something I understand about psychology, and I think it relates to fiction: if you loosen up your understanding of yourself in some way, then who knows how it will affect who you are in the world. In the same way, you can explore an avenue of your character - something about your character's past, or something in your character's present - and you don't know how the reader is going to connect it to what's going on in the story. That gives the reader a wonderful job to do, which is to try to make the links. I don't think you need to plan that in advance, or ever. I think it can happen if you follow what you think is interesting about the character.
In order to do this, you must trust what you don't understand. Our minds are so adept at trying to explain things that you have to shut that instinct down. As a starting point, choose an action that you can't explain. Often, writing about something that you don't fully get - what it's about or what's in it - is actually very useful because it takes you away from talking about theme or talking about abstractions. If you don't know what something is about, you are probably going to be very concrete in your exploration of it. You're going to say, 'I don't know what's in this world, so I'm going to be very direct in the way I present it.' This gives the reader tons of space to form his or her own interpretations. #Quote by Aimee Bender
P41 Form quotes by Sue Grafton
#2. I spent the first twenty years of my writing career preparing for the mystery genre, which is my favorite literary form. #Quote by Sue Grafton
P41 Form quotes by Dallas Willard
#3. Denial - usually in some form of rationalization - is the primary device that humans use to deal with their own wrongness. It was the first thing out of the mouths of Adam and Eve after they sinned, and it continues up to the latest edition of the newspaper. The prophetic witness from God must throw itself against the massive weight of group and individual denial, often institutionalized and subtly built into our customary ways of speaking and interacting. #Quote by Dallas Willard
P41 Form quotes by Joseph Conrad
#4. For you need imagination to form a notion of beauty at all, and still more to discover your ideal in an unfamiliar shape. #Quote by Joseph Conrad
P41 Form quotes by Walter Benjamin
#5. The greater the decrease in the social significance of an art form, the sharper the distinction between criticism and enjoyment by the public. The conventional is uncritically enjoyed, and the truly new is criticized with aversion. #Quote by Walter Benjamin
P41 Form quotes by Rene Guenon
#6. The falsification of everything has been shown to be one of the characteristic features of our period, but falsification is not in itself subversion properly so-called, though contributing directly to the preparation for it. Perhaps the clearest indication of this is what may be called the falsification of language, taking the form of the misuse of certain words that have been diverted from their true meaning; misuse of this kind is to some extent imposed by constant suggestion on the part of everyone who exercises any kind of influence over the mentality of the public. #Quote by Rene Guenon
P41 Form quotes by Wayne Dyer
#7. I think that cancer is a life form that exists out there, and it exists in us. I think even the concept of healing is a spiritual principle that we have to really look at. I think the word itself is something we ought to get rid of, because it implies that there is illness - that there is something wrong. #Quote by Wayne Dyer
P41 Form quotes by Priscilla Shirer
#8. According to Scripture, the number-one purpose of marriage - more than even the unique, time-honored partnership it creates between a man and woman, more than even the conceiving and raising of children, more than any Prince Charming fairy tale in any little girl's head - is how it represents the mystery of the gospel in active, living form. #Quote by Priscilla Shirer
P41 Form quotes by Sol LeWitt
#9. Ideas alone can be works of art; they are in a chain of development that may eventually find some form. All ideas need not be made physical. #Quote by Sol LeWitt
P41 Form quotes by Megan Devine
#10. Grief is visceral, not reasonable: the howling at the center of grief is raw and real. It is love in its most wild form. #Quote by Megan Devine
P41 Form quotes by David Denby
#11. Patience was not just a manner, it was the very form of seminar teaching. Columbia's core curriculum had been designed not to enshrine the authority of the lecturing professor (that was something done at Harvard) but to reach understanding through discussion, however clumsy and uncertain. Till this moment, I never knew myself. . . . Vanity, not love has been my folly! #Quote by David Denby
P41 Form quotes by Alyson Noel
#12. Everything just feels so empty without her. She was more a parent to me than my birth parents were. She took me in, fed, dressed me, but most importantly, she treated me with respect. She taught me that my abilities were nothing to be ashamed of, nothing I should try so hard to deny. She convinced me that what I had was a gift-not a curse- and that I shouldn't let other people's narrow minds and fears determine how I love, what I do, or how I perceive myself in the world. She actually made me believe that in no way, shape, or form did their uninformed opinions make me a freak. #Quote by Alyson Noel
P41 Form quotes by Marc Chagall
#13. Art is foremost a state of mind, and only secondarily a problem of form. #Quote by Marc Chagall
P41 Form quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#14. He might have heard the first whisper of that wild blessing that afterwards took the form of a blasphemy; He listens to those to whom God himself will not listen #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
P41 Form quotes by Friedrich August Von Hayek
#15. The confidence in the unlimited power of science is only too often based on a false belief that the scientific method consists in the application of a ready-made technique, or in imitating the form rather than the substance of scientific procedure, as if one needed only to follow some cooking recipes to solve all social problems. It sometimes almost seems as if the techniques of science were more easily learnt than the thinking that shows us what the problems are and how to approach them. #Quote by Friedrich August Von Hayek
P41 Form quotes by Twyla Tharp
#16. I had received my first establishment grants in response to applications filed the year before. To the pages of baffling forms I had simply attached a handwritten note saying, 'I make dances, not applications. Send the money. Love, Twyla. #Quote by Twyla Tharp
P41 Form quotes by Billy Graham
#17. Satan's method has often been to imitate God.
Satan is still using this form of deception, and often his representatives are being disguised as ministers of righteousness. #Quote by Billy Graham
P41 Form quotes by George H. Morris
#18. Katie Prudent: One of the greatest things about those times was that everything he [George Morris] taught us in the equitation had form with meaningful function. Your straight back was for strength, and your heels were your anchor. Everything he taught us made so much sense and that knowledge translated from equitation to the jumpers. #Quote by George H. Morris
P41 Form quotes by Walton Goggins
#19. Quentin [Taranino] will say, "We've got it, but we're gonna do it one more time. Why?" And then, the entire cast and crew chimes in and says, "Because we love making movies!" He is a person who celebrates this form of expression, and it is evident in his movies, his conversations, his extensive knowledge about the history of what we do, and the actors and crew that he assembles. #Quote by Walton Goggins
P41 Form quotes by Helene Wecker
#20. The more he rode the trolleys and trains of New York, the more they seemed to form a giant, malevolent bellows, inhaling defenseless passengers from platforms and street corners and blowing them out again elsewhere. #Quote by Helene Wecker
P41 Form quotes by Evelyn Waugh
#21. The problem of architecture as I see it is the problem of all art – the elimination of the human element from the consideration of the form. #Quote by Evelyn Waugh
P41 Form quotes by Joseph Weizenbaum
#22. The computer programmer is a creator of universes for which he alone is the lawgiver. No playwright, no stage director, no emperor, however powerful, has ever exercised such absolute authority to arrange a stage or field of battle and to command such unswervingly dutiful actors or troops. #Quote by Joseph Weizenbaum
P41 Form quotes by Alice Boyes
#23. Move Ruminative Thinking Forward by Asking Questions

Have you ever had the experience of asking someone for advice and then realizing you could've figured out a solution yourself? You can use this effect to your advantage. Ask questions as a way of unclogging stuck thinking. When you ask questions, you may get useful new information, or just the process of asking the questions may stimulate your own thinking.
Sometimes even getting unhelpful responses can help you move forward, because they prompt you to define your problem differently. This often happens when someone misunderstands your question and gives an unhelpful, irrelevant response, but this makes you reformulate your questions in a clearer form.
Ways you can ask questions include making phone calls, scheduling an appointment with an adviser, posting your questions on Facebook or an online forum, or hiring someone you can direct questions to. #Quote by Alice Boyes
P41 Form quotes by Carrie Underwood
#24. Technically I have siblings, but they are quite a bit older than me - I was the accident - so I have the only-child syndrome going on. I'm a little more selfish, a little more independent, a little closed. I do wish I were softer. I wish I were able to form relationships better. #Quote by Carrie Underwood
P41 Form quotes by John Barton
#25. Poetry is but another form of inquiry into the nature of phenomena, using with its own unique procedures and tools. #Quote by John Barton
P41 Form quotes by Timur Vermes
#26. This question was fired at me by one Ulf Bronner, an assistant director, in his mid-thirties perhaps, and a strikingly ill-dressed man. Still, he was not dressed as shabbily as the cameramen; through my recent work for and with broadcasting companies I have discovered that they are the scruffiest-looking individuals in any form of employment, outdone only by press photographers. I have no idea why it should be thus, but as far as I can make out press photographers seem to wear the ragged cast-offs of television cameramen. Perhaps they imagine that nobody will ever see them, because after all the camera is in front of their faces. Whenever I come across an unflattering picture of someone in a magazine - they may be grimacing or similar - I frequently wonder what the photographer must have looked like. This Bronner fellow was better dressed than that, but not much. #Quote by Timur Vermes
P41 Form quotes by Jose Saramago
#27. Most common thing in marriage is to see the man or the woman, or both, each in their own way, trying to destroy the third person that they form together, the one that resists, that wants to survive regardless, #Quote by Jose Saramago
P41 Form quotes by Eboo Patel
#28. Religious pluralism is neither mere coexistence nor forced consensus. It is a form of proactive cooperation that affirms the identity of the constituent communities while emphasizing that the well-being of each and all depends on the health of the whole. It is the belief that the common good is best served when each community has a chance to make its unique contribution. #Quote by Eboo Patel
P41 Form quotes by Jami Attenberg
#29. I do not mourn the death of the printed letter in a snobby, East Coast, patrician way - 'Where have our manners gone?' - but because I love objects, I love paper, and I love something that I can hold to my chest for a moment. Still, I bear no grudge against the e-mail form itself. #Quote by Jami Attenberg
P41 Form quotes by Archibald Marwizi
#30. Two key leadership excellence values worth focusing on separately are being principle-centred and being consistent. The complimentary construction of these leadership fibres can easily be misconstrued for unreasonable stubbornness, yet they form the backbone of strong, effective transformational leadership. In building the legacy advocated for, in leadership excellence brands, you must sharpen the practice of these leadership values in every area of your life. #Quote by Archibald Marwizi
P41 Form quotes by John Eldredge
#31. Grief is a form of validation; it says the wound mattered. It mattered. You mattered. That's not the way life was supposed to go. #Quote by John Eldredge
P41 Form quotes by Andrew Clements
#32. And I love Jane Austen's use of language too
the way she takes her time to develop a phrase and gives it room to grow, so that these clever, complex statements form slowly and then bloom in my mind. Beethoven does the same thing with his cadence and phrasing and structure. It's a fact: Jane Austen is musical. And so's Yeats. And Wordsworth. All the great writers are musical. #Quote by Andrew Clements
P41 Form quotes by Lori Deschene
#33. The reality is that tomorrow is most certainly uncertain and no matter how many expectations we form, tomorrow will come, tomorrow will go and it will all be what it will be. #Quote by Lori Deschene
P41 Form quotes by Stephen Richards
#34. All things that exist form an endless area of quantum energy with infinite possibilities waiting to happen. #Quote by Stephen Richards
P41 Form quotes by Gene Roddenberry
#35. I handed them a script and they turned it down. It was too controversial. It talked about concepts like, 'Who is God?' The Enterprise meets God in space; God is a life form, and I wanted to suggest that there may have been, at one time in the human beginning, an alien entity that early man believed was God, and kept those legends. But I also wanted to suggest that it might have been as much the Devil as it was God. After all, what kind of god would throw humans out of Paradise for eating the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge. One of the Vulcans on board, in a very logical way, says, 'If this is your God, he's not very impressive. He's got so many psychological problems; he's so insecure. He demands worship every seven days. He goes out and creates faulty humans and then blames them for his own mistakes. He's a pretty poor excuse for a supreme being. #Quote by Gene Roddenberry

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