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Passport quotes by Andrzej Stasiuk
#1. I lack the imagination. For that reason I have to pack, stuff into my pockets odds and ends, passport, money, and go see what it's really like. Whenever the time of year or the weather changes, I have to pack up whatever I can't do without and visit all those places I've been before, to make sure they still exist #Quote by Andrzej Stasiuk
Passport quotes by Roberto G. Ferrari
#2. My son is the man who is handing his passport to the policeman.
My son is the policeman who is receiving the passport.
My son is the old man in front of me in the queue, here, in the air-port, in Beijing.
Over the last twelve months, I have been seeing the face of my son in the faces of all the Chinese people I have happened to meet.
I was walking in Milan, Italy, when Laura called me and told me that our application had been finally sent to China. We would be receivinga son or a daughter from China. I was excited. I put my phone into my jacket pocket and slowed down in the Corso Vittorio Emanuele gallery. There was a multitude of people around me, but I was totally unaware of their existence. I was trying to picture my son's, or my daughter's face and hands. I wondered what age he or she was. For a while I kept imagining and reviewing all the possibilities, and all the hypotheses, but I was not able to create an image which would bring an end to my seeking.
Then, suddenly, I found him.
He was walking in front of me with his wife and little daughter. I was not sure about his origin, if he were truly Chinese or not, but it was definitely him. He was a little younger than I. I was happy to see he was so distinguished, with his gold-rimmed glasses and nicely ironed, blue shirt. #Quote by Roberto G. Ferrari
Passport quotes by David DuChemin
#3. It's the difference between your wife's passport photograph and the portraits you took when you got
engaged. Both may have been created with similar technology, but what stands in that great gulf between them are the passion you have for your wife, the knowledge you have of her personality, and your willingness to use your craft, time, and energy to express that. One says, "She looks like this." The other says, "This is who she is to me. It's how I feel about her. See how amazing she is? #Quote by David DuChemin
Passport quotes by Steve Erickson
#4. Besides inquiries as to our general well-being, the first thing asked about us, in our first seconds of being alive, is whether we're a boy or girl. Our first passport through this world is our genitals. #Quote by Steve Erickson
Passport quotes by Ricky Hatton
#5. Dad's tiny - his passport picture is a full-length shot. He looks like he just hopped off a key ring. Mum is a different matter, she's a bit of a handful to say the least. I love her more than anyone on this Earth. But she's a monster. #Quote by Ricky Hatton
Passport quotes by Richard Florida
#6. New Jersey boasts the highest percentage of passport holders (68%); Delaware (67%), Alaska (65%), Massachusetts (63%), New York (62%), and California (60%) are close behind. At the opposite end of the spectrum, less than one in five residents of Mississippi are passport holders, and just one in four residents of West Virginia, Kentucky, Alabama, and Arkansas. #Quote by Richard Florida
Passport quotes by Gloria Whelan
#7. I find having your own car is like a passport to the world. #Quote by Gloria Whelan
Passport quotes by Dane Cook
#8. I found someones passport on the ground tonight. Where do you sell these things? #Quote by Dane Cook
Passport quotes by Carlos Santana
#9. One day there will be no borders, no boundaries, no flags and no countries and the only passport will be the heart #Quote by Carlos Santana
Passport quotes by Miriam Toews
#10. The other day I found her passport in her drawer when I was putting away my dad's laundered handkerchiefs. I wish I hadn't. For the purpose of my story, she should have it with her. I sat on my dad's bed and flipped through page after empty page. No stamps. No exotic locales. No travel-worn smudges or creases. Just the ID information and my mother's black-and-white photo which if it were used in a psychology textbook on the meaning of facial expressions would be labelled: Obscenely, heartbreakingly hopeful. #Quote by Miriam Toews
Passport quotes by Bill Bryson
#11. In 1986, The Economist assembled a list of English terms that had become more or less universal. They were: airport, passport, hotel, telephone, bar, soda, cigarette, sport, golf, tennis, stop, O.K., weekend, jeans, know-how, sex appeal, and no problem. #Quote by Bill Bryson
Passport quotes by Alys Arden
#12. Am I really going to die tonight? As a sixteen-year-old virgin with only one passport stamp and no driver's license? #Quote by Alys Arden
Passport quotes by Earl Wilson
#13. If you look like your passport photo, in all probability you need the journey. #Quote by Earl Wilson
Passport quotes by Amit Bhatia
#14. I have a British passport, but the rest of my family have Indian passports, and I am Indian. #Quote by Amit Bhatia
Passport quotes by Bertolt Brecht
#15. From the start it has been the theatre's business to entertain people ... it needs no other passport than fun. #Quote by Bertolt Brecht
Passport quotes by George Leef
#16. People who don't have the interest or aptitude for serious college studies at age 18 may find that later in life they do, but those who enroll just because they think that the mere possession of a college degree is the passport to success will just dig themselves a financial hole. #Quote by George Leef
Passport quotes by Malcolm Bradbury
#17. There is a girl behind the desk in blue uniform, with dark red hair, spread fanlike from her head in lacquered splendour; she looks at them without interest. 'Hallo, dolling,' says Lubijova, 'Here is Professor Petwurt, reservation of the Min'stratii Kulturi, confirmation here.' 'So, Petvurt?' the girl says, taking a pen from her hair and running it languidly down the columns of a large book. 'Da, Pervert, so, here is. Passipotti. ' 'She likes your passport, don't give it to her, says Lubijova, 'Give it to me. I know these people well, they are such bureaucrats. Now, dolling, tell me, how long do you keep?' 'Tomorrow,' says the girl, 'It registers with the police. #Quote by Malcolm Bradbury
Passport quotes by Timothy Snyder
#18. having a passport is not a sign of surrender. On the contrary, it is liberating, since it creates the possibility of new experiences. It allows us to see how other people, sometimes wiser than we, react to similar problems. Since so much of what has happened in the last year is familiar to the rest of the world or from recent history, we must observe and listen. #Quote by Timothy Snyder
Passport quotes by Joseph B. Wirthlin
#19. Kindness is the essence of greatness and the fundamental characteristic of the noblest men and women I have known. Kindness is a passport that opens doors and fashions friends. It softens hearts and molds relationships that can last lifetimes. #Quote by Joseph B. Wirthlin
Passport quotes by Primo Levi
#20. Are today's fears more or less founded than the fears of that time? When it comes to the future, we are just as blind as our fathers. Swiss and Swedes have their anti-nuclear shelters, but what will they find when they come out into the open? There are Polynesia, New Zealand, Tierra del Fuego, the Antarctic: perhaps they will remain unharmed. Obtaining a passport and entry visa is much easier than it was then, so why aren't we going? Why aren't 'we leaving our country? Why aren't we leaving "before"? #Quote by Primo Levi
Passport quotes by Suzy Kassem
#21. You can
Lose a child
Or a parent,
The love of your life,
A good job,
A game,
A deal,
A bet,
An idea,
Your favorite thing,
Your best friend,
A moment,
An opportunity,
A chance,
Your keys,
Your mind,
Your health,
Your identity,
Your virginity,
Your religion,
Your shirt,
Your license,
ID or Passport,
Phone or phone number,
Your pride,
Or your house,
And feel like
You've lost everything,
And keep on losing.

Counting losses
And start counting your blessings.
Only then,
Will you discover that losses
Are easier to point out
And count
Than blessings,
And that blessings
Outnumber your losses
For they are truly

It is only normal that
People count losses with
Their minds,
And ignore
To count blessings
With the graciousness
Of their hearts. #Quote by Suzy Kassem
Passport quotes by Victor Hugo
#22. Good-will never added an onion to the soup, and is good for nothing but a passport to paradise. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Passport quotes by Grace Lee Boggs
#23. We urgently need a paradigm shift in our concept of the purposes and practices of education. We need to leave behind the concept of education as a passport to more money and higher status in the future and replace it with a concept of education as an ongoing process that enlists the tremendous energies and creativity of schoolchildren in rebuilding and respiriting our communities and our cities now, in the present. #Quote by Grace Lee Boggs
Passport quotes by Shane Smith
#24. My last passport, I had North Korea, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Liberia, Guinea ... I had, like, every war-torn country in there. #Quote by Shane Smith
Passport quotes by Rick Owens
#25. Every jacket I make has interior pockets big enough to store a book and a sandwich and a passport. #Quote by Rick Owens
Passport quotes by Mark Twain
#26. Kings" and "Kingdoms" were as thick in Britain as they had been in little Palestine in Joshua's time, when people had to sleep with their knees pulled up because they couldn't stretch out without a passport. #Quote by Mark Twain
Passport quotes by Stefan Zweig
#27. Formerly man had only a body and a soul. Now he needs a passport as well for without it he will not be treated like a human being. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Passport quotes by George Harrison
#28. You don't need a passport and you don't need no visas, you don't need to designate or emigrate before you can see Jesus. #Quote by George Harrison
Passport quotes by Mohamedou Ould Slahi
#29. You missed that I'm a computer specialist, and I know that the U.S. government would have no problem forging a passport for me," he said. The interrogators quickly took the passport back and never talked about it again. Scenarios like that made me very paranoid about the government making up something about me. #Quote by Mohamedou Ould Slahi
Passport quotes by Susan Sontag
#30. Literature was the passport to enter a larger life; that is, the zone of freedom. Literature was freedom. Especially in a time in which the values of reading and inwardness are so strenuously challenged, literature is freedom. #Quote by Susan Sontag
Passport quotes by Joanna Lumley
#31. I've got lots of good friends. I could have affairs. I can read a book all night, put the cat on the end of the bed. I can pick up my passport and go to France. I don't have to ask anybody. #Quote by Joanna Lumley
Passport quotes by Tony Abbott
#32. Wade peeked over his shoulder. "Robin? Wow, bro, I'm sorry. I'm Ross. Robin and Ross. I kinda like Ross better." Darrell hid the passport in his jeans. "We shall never speak of this again." "Kids, #Quote by Tony Abbott
Passport quotes by Robin Sacredfire
#33. I don't believe in countries, governments, institutions or borders. I believe in people. When someone asks for my passport, I feel insulted. #Quote by Robin Sacredfire
Passport quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#34. O sancta simplicitas! What strange simplification and falsification mankind lives on! One can never cease to marvel once one has acquired eyes for this marvel! How we have made everything around us bright and free and easy and simple! How we have known how to bestow on our senses a passport to everything superficial, on our thoughts a divine desire for wanton gambling and false conclusions! - how we have from the very beginning understood how to retain our ignorance so as to enjoy an almost inconceivable freedom, frivolity, impetuosity, bravery, cheerfulness of life, so as to enjoy life! #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Passport quotes by Joe Bageant
#35. Somewhere in between are the rest of us natives, in whom such change revives long-buried anger at those faraway people who seem to govern the world: city people, educated city people who win and control while the rest of us work and lose. Snort at the proposition if you want, but that was the view I grew up with, and it still is quite prevalent, though not so open as in those days. These are the sentiments the fearful rich and the Republicans capitalize on in order to kick liberal asses in elections.

The Democrats' 2006 midterm gains should not fool anyone into thinking that these feelings are not still out here in this heartland that has so rapidly become suburbanized. It is still politically profitable to cast matters as a battle between the slick people, liberals all, and the regular Joes, people who like white bread and Hamburger Helper and "normal" beer. When you are looking around you in the big cities at all those people, it's hard to understand that there are just as many out here who never will taste sushi or, in all likelihood, fly on an airplane other than when we are flown to boot camp, compliments of Uncle Sam. Only 20 percent of Americans have ever owned a passport. To the working people I grew up with, sophistication of any and all types, and especially urbanity, is suspect. Hell, those city people have never even fired a gun. Then again, who would ever trust Jerry Seinfeld or Dennis Kucinich or Hillary Clinton with a gun? At least Dick Cheney hunts, #Quote by Joe Bageant
Passport quotes by Jon Anderson
#36. I think one of the great moments of my life was when I could write musician on my passport. #Quote by Jon Anderson
Passport quotes by Ernest Hemingway
#37. I wonder how they will like Maria in Missoula, Montana? That is if I can get a job back in Missoula. I suppose that I am ticketed as a Red there now for good and will be on the general blacklist. Though you never know. You never can tell. They've no proof of what you do, and as a matter of fact they would never believe it if you told them, and my passport was valid for Spain before they issued the restrictions.

The time for getting back will not be until the fall of thirty-seven. I left in the summer of thirty-six and though the leave is for a year you do not need to be back until the fall term opens in the following year. There is a lot of time between now and the fall term. There is a lot of time between now and the day after tomorrow if you want to put it that way. No. I think there is no need to worry about the university. Just you turn up there in the fall and it will be all right. Just try and turn up there.

But it has been a strange life for a long time now. Damned if it hasn't. Spain was your work and your job, so being in Spain was natural and sound. You had worked summers on engineering projects and in the forest service building roads and in the park and learned to handle powder, so the demolition was a sound and normal job too. Always a little hasty, but sound.

Once you accept the idea of demolition as a problem it is only a problem. But there was plenty that was not so good that went with it although God knows you took it easily e #Quote by Ernest Hemingway
Passport quotes by Jeffrey Eugenides
#38. Yes, you need a passport to prove to the world that you exist. The people at passport control, they cannot look at you and see you are a person. No! They have to look at a little photograph of you. Then they believe you exist. #Quote by Jeffrey Eugenides
Passport quotes by Vladimir Horowitz
#39. My face is my passport. #Quote by Vladimir Horowitz
Passport quotes by Tony Abbott
#40. You try turning up in America without documents, without a visa, without a passport; you'll be treated as very, very much illegal. #Quote by Tony Abbott
Passport quotes by Victor Hugo
#41. The counterfeits of the past take assumed names, and are fond of calling themselves the future. That eternally returning spector, the past, not infrequently falsifies its passport. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Passport quotes by Steve McCurry
#42. My life is shaped by the urgent need to wander and observe, and my camera is my passport. #Quote by Steve McCurry
Passport quotes by Ali Smith
#43. All across the country, people felt it was the wrong thing. All across the country, people felt it was the right thing. All across the country, people felt they'd really lost. All across the country, people felt they'd really won. All across the country, people felt they'd done the right thing and other people had done the wrong thing. All across the country, people looked up Google: what is EU? All across the country, people looked up Google: move to Scotland. All across the country, people looked up Google: Irish Passport Applications. All across the country, people called each other cunts. All across the country, people felt unsafe. All across the country, people were laughing their heads off. All across the country, people felt legitimised. All across the country, people felt bereaved and shocked. All across the country, people felt righteous. All across the country, people felt sick. All across the country, people felt history at their shoulder. All across the country, people felt history meant nothing. All across the country, people felt like they counted for nothing. All across the country, people had pinned their hopes on it. All across the country, people waved flags in the rain. All across the country, people drew swastika graffiti. All across the country, people threatened other people. All across the country, people told people to leave. All across the country, the media was insane. All across the country, politicians lied. All across the country, politicians fell #Quote by Ali Smith
Passport quotes by Taiye Selasi
#44. The writer presents himself to the blank page not with an open passport but an open heart. #Quote by Taiye Selasi
Passport quotes by Goparaju Ramachandra Rao
#45. Real morality is possible when the sanctions for morality are also tangible and real. Therefore, atheism shifts the basis of morality from faith in god to obligations of social living. Moral conduct is not a passport to heaven; it is social necessity. #Quote by Goparaju Ramachandra Rao
Passport quotes by Alfred Billings Street
#46. Hope is the mainspring of human action; faith seals our lease of immortality; and charity and love give the passport to the soul's true and lasting happiness. #Quote by Alfred Billings Street
Passport quotes by Thomas Pynchon
#47. She had been privileged to live outside of Time, to enter and leave at will, looting and manipulating, weightless, invisible. Now Time had claimed her again, put her under house arrest, taken her passport away. Only an animal with a full set of pain receptors after all. #Quote by Thomas Pynchon
Passport quotes by Michael Nutter
#48. The computer is your passport, not only to the future but to knowing what's going around you. #Quote by Michael Nutter
Passport quotes by Chuck D
#49. I encourage more blacks and people of color to get a passport. That's one way to help put people on an equal platform. #Quote by Chuck D
Passport quotes by Emery Lord
#50. Later in my room, I lift up my dress and twist to see the rainbow splotch of lotus on my side. And it occurs to me, what if I stopped hating it? What if the tattoo and the scar and this summer's freckles are my patina? Wabi-Sabi says rust and faded paint hold beauty. So what if I let these marks be passport stamps from where I've been - one's that don't determine a damn thing about where I'm going next? #Quote by Emery Lord
Passport quotes by Seamus Heaney
#51. My passport's green. #Quote by Seamus Heaney
Passport quotes by David Ben-Gurion
#52. Ours is a country built more on people than on territory. The Jews will come from everywhere: from France, from Russia, from America, from Yemen ... Their faith is their passport. #Quote by David Ben-Gurion
Passport quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#53. Learn to choose and how it's done ... Learning what to choose and how to choose it is the best way of getting your bigger picture out of your passport size potentials! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Passport quotes by Penny Reid
#54. Duane's mouth parted slightly and his eyebrows lifted high on his forehead. All hints of his earlier frown had vanished. Unless I was misreading his expression, he appeared to be a little lost, like maybe I'd stolen his breath and his wallet and his passport and his memories. Really, he looked stunned. #Quote by Penny Reid
Passport quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#55. When I got off the plane, after eleven hours of travel and forty years away, the man took my passport and asked me the purpose of my visit, I wrote in my daybook, "To mourn," and then, "To mourn try to live," he gave me a look and asked if I would consider that business or pleasure, I wrote, "Neither." "For how long do you plan to mourn and try to live?" "For as long as I can." "Are we talking about a weekend or a year?" I didn't write anything. The man said, "Next. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Passport quotes by George Orwell
#56. In the nineteenth century some parts of the world were unexplored, but there was almost no restriction on travel.:; Up to 1914 you did not need a passport for any country except Russia.:; The European emigrant, if he could scrape together a few pounds for the passage, simply set sail for America or Australia, and when he got there no questions were asked.:; In the eighteenth century it had been quite normal and safe to travel in a country with which your own country was at war. #Quote by George Orwell
Passport quotes by Greg Mortenson
#57. Yes, I was detained for eight days in Waziristan in 1996. It was against my will, and my passport and money were taken from me. I was not mistreated or harmed, but I was also not allowed to leave. #Quote by Greg Mortenson
Passport quotes by Jessica Hart
#58. My little yorkie Floyd is the ultimate buddy, and his passport has as many stamps as mine. #Quote by Jessica Hart
Passport quotes by Grace Hopper
#59. I handed my passport to the immigration officer, and he looked at it and looked at me and said, 'What are you?' #Quote by Grace Hopper
Passport quotes by Yasmina Khadra
#60. Whose truth do you want to know, Dr. Amin Jaafari? The truth of a Bedouin who thinks he's free and clear because he's got an Israeli passport? The truth of a serviceable Arab per excellence who's honored wherever he goes, who gets invited to fancy parties by people who want to show how tolerant and considerate they are? The truth of someone who thinks he can change sides like changing a shirt, with no trace left behind? Is that the truth you're looking for, or is it the one you're running away from? What planet do you live on, sir? ... Our cities are being buried by machines on caterpillar tracks, our patron saints don't know which way to turn, and you, simply because you're nice and warm in your golden cage, refuse to see the inferno consuming us. #Quote by Yasmina Khadra
Passport quotes by Holly Black
#61. I can walk into someone's house, kiss their wife, sit down at their table, and eat their dinner. I can lift a passport at an airport, and in twenty minutes it will seem like it's mine. I can be a blackbird staring in the window. I can be a cat creeping along a ledge. I can go anywhere I want and do the worst things I can imagine, with nothing to ever connect me to those crimes. Today I look like me, but tomorrow I could look like you. I could be you. #Quote by Holly Black
Passport quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#62. [On Du Bois] Celebrated Negro scholar and organizer. 70 years old, but looks 50. Dusky face, grizzled goatee, nice wrinkles, big ears - prodigiously like a White Russian General in mufti played sympathetically by Emil Jannings. Piebald hands. Brilliant talker, with an old-world touch. Très gentilhomme. Smokes special Turkish cigarettes. Charming and distinguished in other, more important, ways. Told me that when he went to England he was listed as "Colonel" on the Channel boat, because his name bore the addition "Col." on his passport. #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Passport quotes by Carol Rifka Brunt
#63. You know, Junie, you're fourteen now. I think you can certainly manage to put together a sandwich ...
The thing is, if my mother had any idea what I had in my backpack, she would have made me that sandwich. If she knew that I'd searched and searched the house until I finally found the little key to the fireproof box buried in the bottom of her underwear drawer, if she knew that I'd unlocked the box and taken my passport out, that I had it with me right that very second in a Ziploc bag in the bottom of my backpack, if she knew why I had it there, if she knew even a bit of all that, she might have made me that PBJ. She wouldn't have said, "You're fourteen now," like she thought I was some kind of responsible adult. No. If she knew about my plan, she would have said, "you're only fourteen." She would have told me that I was crazy to think about going to England with I was only fourteen. #Quote by Carol Rifka Brunt
Passport quotes by Jen Kirkman
#64. Use your passport for domestic trips, so that way you don't risk losing your license. #Quote by Jen Kirkman
Passport quotes by Susan Sontag
#65. But the very question of whether photography is or is not an art is essentially a misleading one. Although photography generates works that can be called art --it requires subjectivity, it can lie, it gives aesthetic pleasure-- photography is not, to begin with, an art form at all. Like language, it is a medium in which works of art (among other things) are made. Out of language, one can make scientific discourse, bureaucratic memoranda, love letters, grocery lists, and Balzac's Paris. Out of photography, one can make passport pictures, weather photographs, pornographic pictures, X-rays, wedding pictures, and Atget's Paris. Photography is not an art like, say, painting and poetry. Although the activities of some photographers conform to the traditional notion of a fine art, the activity of exceptionally talented individuals producing discrete objects that have value in themselves, form the beginning photography has also lent itself to that notion of art which says that art is obsolete. The power of photography --and its centrality in present aesthetic concerns-- is that it confirms both ideas of art. But the way in which photography renders art obsolete is, in the long run, stronger. #Quote by Susan Sontag
Passport quotes by Meg Rosoff
#66. The soldier had stamped my passport FAMILY in heavy black capital letters and I checked it now for reassurance and because I liked how fierce the word looked #Quote by Meg Rosoff
Passport quotes by Ian McEwan
#67. And there was something I've since noticed over the years - the mountain range that separates the naked from the clothed man. Two men on one passport. #Quote by Ian McEwan
Passport quotes by Thomas Love Peacock
#68. The truth, I am convinced, is that there is no longer a poetical audience among the higher class of minds, that moral, political, and physical science have entirely withdrawn from poetry the attention of all whose attention is worth having; and that the poetical reading public being composed of the mere dregs of the intellectual community, the most sufficing passport to their favour must rest on the mixture of a little easily-intelligible portion of mawkish sentiment with an absolute negation of reason and knowledge. #Quote by Thomas Love Peacock
Passport quotes by Joshua Oppenheimer
#69. I have a British and an American passport. #Quote by Joshua Oppenheimer
Passport quotes by Julie Burchill
#70. It has been said that a pretty face is a passport. But it's not, it's a visa, and it runs out fast. #Quote by Julie Burchill
Passport quotes by Anonymous
#71. At the time, the question of woman's emancipation was of great interest to reformers. For the nihilist the issues were regarding work and sexual freedom. Because a woman's passport (which was used for general travel and not just travel abroad) was legally controlled by men - a father, or husband, had ultimate control of a woman's life. The nihilists solved this problem by having 'fictitious' marriages. This allowed for an emancipation of women de jure if not de facto. This resulted in women having the freedom of mobility to pursue some academic pursuits (which were curtailed during the White Terror) and some enterprise. Finally, the nihilists adopted the credo that adultery was a natural, and even desirable trait, in contrast to the spirit of their time, or their own cultural composition (i.e. they were prudes). #Quote by Anonymous
Passport quotes by Alfonso Cuaron
#72. We're born first humans then after they stamp our passport. #Quote by Alfonso Cuaron
Passport quotes by Henry Rollins
#73. A lot of Americans don't have a passport, never will have a passport. Not only will they not travel, they don't want to travel. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Passport quotes by Tom Waits
#74. Planes and Trains and Boats and Busses Characteristically Evolve a common attitude of blue Unless you have a suitcase and a ticket and a passport And the cargo that they're carrying is you. #Quote by Tom Waits
Passport quotes by Klaus Barbie
#75. If I think of all those homosexuals in Germany today, I think I'd hand my German passport back, if I had one. #Quote by Klaus Barbie
Passport quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#76. Your dominion has nothing to do with a negative person's opinion. Flee from people who only hung on passport-size dreams and you'll see your bigger picture! Go for the big one! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Passport quotes by Avicii
#77. I always used to travel without a passport case, and because of it I think I'm four passports in. I bought this small Tumi case to protect my new one, and it works really well, not just for protecting it but also for keeping credit cards and small stuff. I just throw it in my bag when I'm traveling, as opposed to stuffed in my pocket. #Quote by Avicii
Passport quotes by Herman Melville
#78. In this world, shipmates, sin that pays its way can travel freely and without a passport; whereas Virtue, if a pauper, is stopped at all frontiers. #Quote by Herman Melville
Passport quotes by John Maynard Keynes
#79. What an extraordinary episode in the economic progress of man that age was which came to an end in August 1914! The greater part of the population, it is true, worked hard and lived at a low standard of comfort, yet were, to all appearances, reasonably contented with this lot. But escape was possible, for any man of capacity or character at all exceeding the average, into the middle and upper classes, for whom life offered, at a low cost and with the least trouble, conveniences, comforts, and amenities beyond the compass of the richest and most powerful monarchs of other ages.

The inhabitant of London could order by telephone, sipping his morning tea in bed, the various products of the whole earth, in such quantity as he might see fit, and reasonably expect their early delivery upon his doorstep; he could at the same moment and by the same means adventure his wealth in the natural resources and new enterprises of any quarter of the world, and share, without exertion or even trouble, in their prospective fruits and advantages; or he could decide to couple the security of his fortunes with the good faith of the townspeople of any substantial municipality in any continent that fancy or information might recommend. He could secure forthwith, if he wished it, cheap and comfortable means of transit to any country or climate without passport or other formality, could despatch his servant to the neighbouring office of a bank for such supply of the precious metals as might #Quote by John Maynard Keynes
Passport quotes by Lisa Snowdon
#80. In my hand luggage I always have my camera, iPod, make-up bag, tooth brush, cleansing products, clean underwear, socks and a change of clothes in case anything goes missing at the other end - and of course my passport. #Quote by Lisa Snowdon
Passport quotes by Frances O'Grady
#81. Of course, no-one thinks the EU is perfect. In recent years, the pace of social reform has slowed. But staying in offers the chance to rebuild a vision of Europe for workers, regardless of the passport they hold. #Quote by Frances O'Grady
Passport quotes by A.H. Amin
#82. Good and evil has no passport; it speaks in different tongues, wears many skins, and exists everywhere, even in the same person #Quote by A.H. Amin
Passport quotes by Waris Ahluwalia
#83. I'm not super-patriotic, but the U.S. is where I live, and it's the passport that I carry. #Quote by Waris Ahluwalia
Passport quotes by John Niven
#84. I go to the Caribbean for a month every January with hand baggage only. All you need is a passport and a credit card. #Quote by John Niven
Passport quotes by E.L. Doctorow
#85. The three most important documents a free society gives are a birth certificate, a passport, and a library card. #Quote by E.L. Doctorow
Passport quotes by Katie Robinson
#86. Fear holds us back from living the lives we want. Use your 20s to make bold decisions, follow different paths, learn from heartbreak, and figure out who you are. When you're 30, do you want to look back at the same boring job, the stale relationship that isn't working, and no stamps in your passport? If you want something different, if you want a life that is filled with experiences, if you want to learn and grow, if you want to make a difference ... conquer the fears, believe in yourself, and just do it. You may be questioning something right now. You may be battling thoughts in your mind about taking a leap. Ask yourself what you have to lose if you leap. Ask yourself what kind of stories you want to have. Ask yourself if you're worth it, if you deserve it. #Quote by Katie Robinson
Passport quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#87. The man took my passport and asked me the purpose of my visit, I wrote in my daybook, 'To mourn,' and then, 'To try to live,' he gave me a look and asked if I would consider that business or pleasure, I wrote, 'Neither.' 'For how long do you plan to mourn and try to live?' I wrote, 'For the rest of my life. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Passport quotes by Lisa Wixon
#88. My landlord is blase' about the crisis and hands me a newspaper. It isn't for reading. This evening, I decide, I'm not going to be Cuban. I grab my passport from the closet and make for the nearest hotel bathroom. #Quote by Lisa Wixon
Passport quotes by Louis XIV
#89. Up to this moment I have been pleased to entrust the government of my affairs to the late Cardinal. It is now time that I govern them myself. You [secretaries and ministers of state] will assist me with your counsels when I ask for them. I request and order you to seal no orders except by my command, ... I order you not to sign anything, not even a passport ... without my command; to render account to me personally each day and to favor no one. #Quote by Louis XIV
Passport quotes by Jill Soloway
#90. Getting into Sundance is a certain sort of passport to a level of anxiety I've never experienced, even having had a baby in the NICU for a week. For about ten minutes, you're a world-class director. Then you become an entry-level, harried, low level concierge with absolutely no juice. #Quote by Jill Soloway
Passport quotes by Marie Rutkoski
#91. I had had no idea that people in the Ward were watching me, that they knew so much about me and they would miss me if I never returned. That they could even want me never to return.
It was a new thought to me: that you could take heart when someone escapes the trap that trapped you.
And yet it shouldn't have been a new thought, since I had already felt this whenever I forged a passport. I had simply not realized that this was what I had felt.
I had put love into each stitch in each passport's binding. I just hadn't known that was what it was, because the only love I had recognized as given to me was the kind that clutched tight, and never let go. #Quote by Marie Rutkoski
Passport quotes by Nathaniel Hawthorne
#92. She had wandered, without rule or guidance, into a moral wilderness ... Her intellect and heart had their home, as it were, in desert places, where she roamed as freely as the wild Indian in his woods ... The scarlet letter was her passport into regions where other women dared not tread. Shame, Despair, Solitude! These had been her teachers - stern and wild ones - and they had made her strong, but taught her much amiss. #Quote by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Passport quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#93. See the bigger picture of yours and refuse the passport size creature that people think you are! Your nature is large; go for it. Feel free to wake up and print your bigger picture! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Passport quotes by Megalyn Echikunwoke
#94. Once I accidentally left my passport in Nice, France, when I was on my way to Prague. Upon arriving in Vienna, after taking an overnight, and being asked to present my travel documents and realizing I forgot them at the hotel, they kicked me off the train and sent me back! #Quote by Megalyn Echikunwoke
Passport quotes by Eddie Huang
#95. I'll always be Chinese first. It probably isn't politically correct to say or something that the majority understands; I can change my shoes, I can swap my passport, but, I'll always have this face. #Quote by Eddie Huang
Passport quotes by Patrick Demarchelier
#96. My stepfather gave me a Kodak camera when I was 17 years old. I started working at a local photo store in Le Havre, France, taking passport pictures and photographing weddings. #Quote by Patrick Demarchelier
Passport quotes by Craig Stone
#97. Without a passport humans wouldn't know where they're from, who they are or who their enemy is, and their enemy wouldn't know why they had an enemy, what language they spoke, and where best to avoid.
The passport is said to be what makes them free, but if freedom is given, freedom cannot be free. #Quote by Craig Stone
Passport quotes by Xiaolu Guo
#98. I'm saying language is a passport. A dubious, dangerous passport too. #Quote by Xiaolu Guo
Passport quotes by John Rhys-Davies
#99. I think I have more stamps in my passport than most stamp collectors have in their collections. #Quote by John Rhys-Davies
Passport quotes by Timothy Hutton
#100. What I learned at that moment on the subway 30 years ago, staring at my blank passport, was this: If you have an impulse to do something, and it's not totally irresponsible, why not do it? It might just be the journey you've always needed. #Quote by Timothy Hutton
Passport quotes by Bruce Chatwin
#101. To lose a passport was the least of one's worries. To lose a notebook was a catastrophe #Quote by Bruce Chatwin
Passport quotes by Jools Holland
#102. I do so much travelling in my work that my suitcase is always packed, with my passport ready. I rarely unpack, as I am constantly on the move. #Quote by Jools Holland
Passport quotes by Ben Kingsley
#103. In England, it's now Sir Ben. Mister has just disappeared. It's not even on my passport anymore. They've taken Mister away from me. #Quote by Ben Kingsley
Passport quotes by Delia Ephron
#104. To the night version of her (mother) I owe free-floating anxiety. I am no longer a child in an unsafe home, but anxiety became habit. My brain is conditioned. I worry. I recheck everything obsessively. Is the seat belt fastened, are the reservations correct, is my passport in my purse? Have I done something wrong? Have I said something wrong? I'm sorry - whatever happened must be my fault. Is everyone all right, and if they aren't, how can I step in? That brilliant serenity prayer: God give me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change. To all the children of alcoholics I want to say, Good luck with that. If I don't do it myself, it won't get done (this belief is often rewarded in this increasingly incompetent world). Also, I panic easily. I am not the person you want sitting in the exit row of an airplane. And distrust. Just in general, distrust. Irony.
Irony, according to the dictionary, is the use of comedy to distance oneself from emotion. I developed it as a child lickety-split. Irony was armor, a way to stick it to Mom. You think you can get me? Come on, shoot me, aim that arrow straight at my heart. It can't make a dent because I'm wearing irony. #Quote by Delia Ephron
Passport quotes by Al Gore
#105. Air travel is nature's way of making you look like your passport photo. #Quote by Al Gore
Passport quotes by Rough Guides
#106. Approach a trip as a chance to collect unique experiences, not passport stamps, postcards and snapshots in front of famous monuments. #Quote by Rough Guides
Passport quotes by Thomas S. Monson
#107. Your patriarchal blessing is your passport to peace in this life. It is a Liahona of light to guide you unerringly to your heavenly home. #Quote by Thomas S. Monson
Passport quotes by Barbara Brown Taylor
#108. When I first began teaching Religion 101, students would sometimes tell me they were scared to study other religions for fear of losing their own faith. It was an odd concern, on the face of it. Would studying Spanish make them lose their English? Would traveling to Turkey cost them their US passport? I had a stock response to their concern: engaging the faith of others is the best way to grow your own.

Now, years down the road, I have greater respect for their unease. To discover that your faith is one among many - that there are hundreds of others that have sustained millions of people for thousands of years, and that some of them make a great deal of sense - that can rock your boat, especially if you thought yours was the only one on the sea. If your faith depends on being God's only child, then the discovery that there are others can lead you to decide that someone must be wrong - or that everybody belongs, which means that no religion, including yours, is the entire ocean.

The next time I teach the course I will try to be more honest. 'Engaging the faith of others will almost certainly cause you to lose faith in the old box you kept God in,' I will say. 'The truths you glimpse in other religions are going to crowd up against some of your own. Holy envy may lead you to borrow some things, and you will need a place to put them. You may find spiritual guides outside your box whom you want to make room for, or some neighbors from other faith who have #Quote by Barbara Brown Taylor
Passport quotes by Philip Jones Griffiths
#109. People believe pictures. It's a photograph that's in your passport, not a painting. Now,
George Bernard Shaw said, 'I would exchange every painting of Christ for one snapshot.' That's what the power of photography is. #Quote by Philip Jones Griffiths
Passport quotes by William Boyd
#110. What's happened to my life? These ten-year chunks that are doled out to you in passports are a cruel form of memento mori. How many more new passports will I have? One (1965)? Two (1975)? Such a long way off, 1975, yet your passport life seems all too brief. How long did he live? He managed to renew six passports. #Quote by William Boyd
Passport quotes by Saul Williams
#111. I keep trying to forget, but I must remember. And gather the scattered continents of a self, once whole. Before they plant flags and boundary my destiny. Push down the watered mountains that blemish this soiled soul before the valleys of my conscience get the best of me. I'll need a passport just to simply reach the rest of me. A vaccination for a lesser god's bleak history. #Quote by Saul Williams
Passport quotes by Chuck D
#112. If you go get a passport, it might encourage you to at least consider the world around you. #Quote by Chuck D
Passport quotes by Christopher Monckton
#113. The House of Lords says I'm not a member of it. My passport says I am - get used to it. #Quote by Christopher Monckton
Passport quotes by Graham Greene
#114. He entered the territory of lies without a passport for return. #Quote by Graham Greene
Passport quotes by William Boyd
#115. That evening, after Romer had left so peremptorily, she had gone through to the salon to talk to her father. A job for the British government, she told him. £500 a year, a British passport. He feigned surprise but it was obvious that Romer had briefed him to a certain extent.
'You'd be a British citizen, with a passport,' her father said, his features incredulous, almost abjectly so - as if it were unthinkable that a nonentity such as he should have a daughter who was a British citizen. 'Do you know what I would give to be a British citizen?' he said, all the while with his left hand miming a sawing motion at his right elbow. #Quote by William Boyd
Passport quotes by A.S. King
#116. I've never understood white people who can't admit they're white. I mean, white isn't just a color. And maybe that's the problem for them. White is a passport. It's a ticket. The world is a white amusement park and your white skin buys you into it. A woman in economy argued with me about this once. She said, "I've heard this idea and it makes me uncomfortable."

"It probably should," I said.

Dad and I have been broke since he got cancer and sometimes he can't put the heat on over sixty-two or put food in the fridge, but we were always white and he always made sure I knew that. Which sounds stupid because how can a person not know they're white, right?

You don't have to be racist to not know you're white.

But sometimes you do. And Marla has no idea she's white or that the whole world was made for people like her. #Quote by A.S. King
Passport quotes by Joan Chen
#117. My fairy-tale life ended the moment I wanted to apply for a passport. #Quote by Joan Chen
Passport quotes by Lemony Snicket
#118. A passport, as I'm sure you know, is a document that one shows to government officials whenever one reaches a border between two countries, so that the official can learn who you are, where you were born, and how you look when photographed unflatteringly. #Quote by Lemony Snicket
Passport quotes by Erma Bombeck
#119. When you look like your passport photo, it's time to go home. #Quote by Erma Bombeck
Passport quotes by Christopher Hitchens
#120. One of the reasons I decided to apply for American citizenship after something like a quarter of century of living here on a British, European Union passport and a green card, was my identification with the United States in the post-September 11th period. #Quote by Christopher Hitchens
Passport quotes by Mike Carey
#121. Stifling an obscene oath, I went back up the steps at a run, but I was locking the stable when the horse was already at the airport with a false passport. #Quote by Mike Carey
Passport quotes by Neon Hitch
#122. You should hear what my parents wanted to call me. It was between Brown Rice, Neon Hitch and Z. Ziggurat Zanzibar Zandorf. I'm not joking. Imagine fitting that on my passport! #Quote by Neon Hitch
Passport quotes by T. Greenwood
#123. My mother, stuck in Two Rivers with a head full of unfulfilled dreams, escaped every chance she got via the Two Rivers Free Library - her library card both a passport and necessary currency for her travels. #Quote by T. Greenwood
Passport quotes by John Guare
#124. I believe that the imagination is the passport we create to take us into the real world. I believe the imagination is another phrase for what is most uniquely us. #Quote by John Guare
Passport quotes by Diane Von Furstenberg
#125. You are the one that possesses the keys to your being. You carry the passport to your own happiness. #Quote by Diane Von Furstenberg
Passport quotes by Mohsin Hamid
#126. From the perspective of the world's national security apparatuses you exist in several locations. You appear on property and income-tax registries, on passport and ID card databases. You show up on passenger manifests and telephone logs . . . You are fingertip swirls, facial ratios, dental records, voice patterns, spending trails, e-mail threads. #Quote by Mohsin Hamid
Passport quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#127. Actually she was at least in her late twenties (I never established her exact age for even her passport lied) and had mislaid her virginity under circumstances that changed with her reminiscent moods. #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Passport quotes by Arthur Schopenhauer
#128. Friends and acquaintances are the surest passport to fortune. #Quote by Arthur Schopenhauer
Passport quotes by Henry Rollins
#129. I beg young people to travel. If you don't have a passport, get one. Take a summer, get a backpack and go to Delhi, go to Saigon, go to Bangkok, go to Kenya. Have your mind blown. Eat interesting food. Dig some interesting people. Have an adventure. Be careful. Come back and you're going to see your country differently, you're going to see your president differently, no matter who it is. Music, culture, food, water. Your showers will become shorter. You're going to get a sense of what globalization looks like. It's not what Tom Friedman writes about; I'm sorry. You're going to see that global climate change is very real. And that for some people, their day consists of walking 12 miles for four buckets of water. And so there are lessons that you can't get out of a book that are waiting for you at the other end of that flight. A lot of people - Americans and Europeans - come back and go, ohhhhh. And the light bulb goes on. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Passport quotes by Steve Matchett
#130. I remember standing against the bar in Budapest's airport with a couple of workmates, some chaps from McLaren too, waiting for our homeward flight to be called after the '92 race weekend. The chap behind the counter was doing the exact same thing: halving and squeezing oranges. Funny how these things spark memories. It was an exceedingly hot afternoon that day, and I remember seeing James Hunt walk through the door with Murray Walker. We were waiting for the same flight, a charter to London; I think pretty much the whole of the paddock's British contingent was on it. Murray looked perfectly normal . . . like Murray really . . . open-necked shirt, briefcase, what have you; but James was wearing nothing but a pair of red shorts. He carried a ticket, a passport and a packet of cigarettes. That was it. There wasn't even a pair of flip-flops to spoil the perfect minimalist look.
The thing that really made the event stick in my mind, though, was that James was absolutely at ease with himself, perfectly comfortable. This was real for him, no stunt or affectation designed to impress or shock, this was genuine: James Hunt, former world champion driver, current commentator for the BBC; work done for the day . . . going home. Take me, leave me; do what you bloody well want, just don't give me a hard time about your own petty hang-ups. He became a hero of mine that day. Sadly, his heart gave out the following summer and that was that. He was only forty-five. Mind you, he'd certainly #Quote by Steve Matchett
Passport quotes by Kazuo Ishiguro
#131. I couldn't speak Japanese very well, passport regulations were changing, I felt British, and my future was in Britain. And it would also make me eligible for literary awards. But I still think I'm regarded as one of their own in Japan. #Quote by Kazuo Ishiguro
Passport quotes by Brendan Gleeson
#132. When I first was able to fill in A-C-T-O-R for the occupation line on my passport, that was the first time I really felt, 'Wow, I'm home.' #Quote by Brendan Gleeson
Passport quotes by Emily Haines
#133. I have an identity crisis which is not resolved because I'm a dual citizen. My whole family is American, and I was born in India but I was raised in Canada. But all my extended family is American, I've held an American passport and I've spent my whole adult life in between New York and LA. So I feel like an American ... and I also feel like a Canadian! I wish more people were dual citizens and then I wouldn't feel like such a freak. #Quote by Emily Haines
Passport quotes by Henry Rollins
#134. Probably over half of America does not have a passport. If young people could spend two weeks of their life in India or pick an African country to go to for 2-3 weeks and really see how life can be. That might be a real good thing because I think they would see things even if the trip was a nightmare. I think they might understand more of the mechanics of the world. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Passport quotes by Anton Chekhov
#135. Without a knowledge of languages you feel as if you don't have a passport. #Quote by Anton Chekhov
Passport quotes by Steve Lopez
#136. Learning how to play an instrument has always been near the top of my to-do list, but what are the chances now? There's little downtime with a column and a two-year-old, and after reading Goldilocks and the three Bears and going through half a bottle of wine with dinner on an average evening, imagining a day when I join Nathaniel on the Elgar Cello Concerto is not a vision but a hallucination. I'm at the point where the things on your to-do list get transferred to a should-have-done list, and one reason I write a column is for the privilege of vicariously sampling other worlds, dropping in with my passport, my notebook and my curiosity. #Quote by Steve Lopez
Passport quotes by Natasha Tsakos
#137. Theatre is pure teleportation by means of suspension.
It's a voyage into the archives of the human imagination.
A passport to all what ifs. #Quote by Natasha Tsakos
Passport quotes by Joan Didion
#138. During those years I was traveling on what I knew to be a very shaky passport, forged papers: I knew that I was no legitimate resident in any world of ideas. I knew I couldn't think. All I knew then was what I couldn't do. All I knew then was what I wasn't, and it took me some years to discover what I was.

Which was a writer. #Quote by Joan Didion
Passport quotes by Stephanie Perkins
#139. Still have your passport?"
I feel my coat once more. "Got it."
"Good." And then his hand is inside my pocket.My heart spazzes,but he doesn't notice.He pulls out my passport and flicks it open.
His eyebrows shoot up.I try to snatch it back,but he holds it out of my reach. "Why are your eyes crossed?" He laughs. "Have you had some kind of ocular surgery I don't know about?"
"Give it back?" Another grab and miss, and I change tactics and lunge for his coat instead. I snag his passport.
I open it up,and it's ... baby St. Clair. "Dude.How old is this picture?"
He slings my passport at me and snatches his back. "I was in middle school. #Quote by Stephanie Perkins
Passport quotes by Lupita Nyong'o
#140. I spent some time back in Mexico at 16 because my parents thought it would be prudent for me to learn Spanish, because I held a Mexican passport. #Quote by Lupita Nyong'o
Passport quotes by Walter Raleigh
#141. It is not truth, but opinion that can travel the world without a passport. #Quote by Walter Raleigh
Passport quotes by Shelley Duvall
#142. I was traveling in Europe with Paul and suddenly realized my passport still said I was Mrs. Sampson. #Quote by Shelley Duvall
Passport quotes by Emmanuel Jal
#143. I'm constantly seen as a 'foreigner,' and I need my passport to prove my identity, to keep moving and to carry on my work. #Quote by Emmanuel Jal
Passport quotes by Robin Sloan
#144. This is Mat's secret weapon, his passport, his get-out-of-jail-free card: Mat makes things that are beautiful. #Quote by Robin Sloan
Passport quotes by Phyllis Diller
#145. A passport picture is a photo of a man that he can laugh at without realizing that it looks exactly the way his friends see him. #Quote by Phyllis Diller
Passport quotes by Damien Hirst
#146. I had a passport where I wrote 'artist' under 'occupation' and I remember thinking, 'That's it, it's proved!' #Quote by Damien Hirst
Passport quotes by Eoin Colfer
#147. So, Mr. Digence, home to visit the family?"

"That's right. My mother's folks are from Killarney."

"Oh, really?"

"O'Reilly, actually. But what's a vowel between friends?"

"Very good. You should be on the stage."

"It's funny you should mention that."

The passport officer groaned. Ten more minutes and his shift would have been over. "I was being sarcastic, actually. . ."

"Because my friend, Mr. McGuire, and I are also doing a stint in the Christmas pantomime. It's Snow White. I'm Doc, and he's Dopey."

The passport officer forced a smile. "Very good. Next."

Mulch spoke for the entire line to hear. "Of course, Mr. McGuire there was born to play Dopey, if you catch my drift."

Loafers lost it right there in the terminal. "You little freak!" he screamed. "I'll kill you! You'll be my next tattoo! You'll be my next tattoo!"

Much tutted as Loafers disappeared beneath half a dozen security guards.

"Actors," he said. "Highly strung. #Quote by Eoin Colfer
Passport quotes by Ernst Junger
#148. I begin with the respect that the anarch shows towards the rules. Respectare as an intensive of respicere means: 'to look back, to think over, to take into account.' These are traffic rules. The anarchist resembles a pedestrian who refuses to acknowledge them and is promptly run down. Even a passport check is disastrous for him.
'I never saw a cheerful end,' as far back as I can look into history. In contrast, I would assume that men who were blessed with happiness – Sulla, for example – were anarchs in disguise. #Quote by Ernst Junger
Passport quotes by John Waters
#149. Sometimes you have to recycle celebrities to make them interesting, and they can be even better the second time around. Case in point: the fabulous and talented Miss Joey Heatherton, star of stage, screen, Vegas and mattress commercials. Close your eyes and imagine what it would be like to wake up one day and be Joey Heatherton. On July 8, 1985, it must not have felt so hot. Joey, goddess, was detained in the U.S. passport office at Rockefeller Center for allegedly becoming abusive at not receiving special treatment in the passport line. Supposedly, she threw a tantrum, grabbed passport-office clerk, Mary Polik, tore her hair out and smashed her head against the Formica counter. Oh, well, nobody's perfect. #Quote by John Waters
Passport quotes by Malcolm X
#150. Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today. #Quote by Malcolm X
Passport quotes by Gretchen Rubin
#151. the habit of bed making is correlated with a sense of greater well-being and higher productivity. Other common broken windows include having a messy car; accumulating piles of laundry or trash; not being able to find important items, like a passport or a phone charger; hanging on to stacks of newspapers, magazines, and catalogs; wearing pajamas or sweats all day; or not shaving or showering #Quote by Gretchen Rubin
Passport quotes by Robin Morgan
#152. My white skin disgusts me. My passport disgusts me. They are the marks of an insufferable privilege bought at the price of others' agony. If I could peel myself inside out I would be glad. If I could become part of the oppressed I would be free. #Quote by Robin Morgan
Passport quotes by Tina Brown
#153. To people I know in the bottom income brackets, living paycheck to paycheck, the Gig Economy has been old news for years. What's new is the way it's hit the demographic that used to assume that a college degree from an elite school was the passport to job security. #Quote by Tina Brown
Passport quotes by Timothy Hutton
#154. I was 19 when I got my first passport as an adult. I had moved from California to New York City and was living out of a suitcase, staying with friends. I'd just finished filming my first movie, 'Ordinary People,' but I didn't know whether acting was what I wanted to do with my life. #Quote by Timothy Hutton
Passport quotes by Alain Mabanckou
#155. it would be fairer to say I have traveled widely, without ever leaving my own native soil, I've traveled, one might say, through literature, each time I've opened a book the pages echoed with a noise like the dip of a paddle in midstream, and throughout my odyssey I never crossed a single border, and so never had to produce a passport, I'd just pick a destination at random, setting my prejudices firmly to one side, and be welcomed with open arms in places swarming with weird and wonderful characters #Quote by Alain Mabanckou
Passport quotes by James Sinclair
#156. A Safety Travel with Sinclair James International

Traveling to somewhere completely foreign to you may be challenging but that is what travelers always look for. It can be a good opportunity to find something new and discover new places, meet new people and try a different culture. However, it can involve a lot of risk as well. You may be surprised to find yourself naked and penniless on the side of the road trying to figure out what you did wrong. These kinds of situations come rarely when you are careful and cautious enough but it is not impossible.

Sinclair James International Travel and Tours, your Australian based traveling guide can help you travel safely through the following tips:

1. Pack all Security Items
In case of emergencies, you should have all the safety tools and security items with you. Carry a card with your name and number with you and don't forget to scribble down the numbers of local police station, fire department, list of hospitals and other necessary numbers that you may need. Place them in each compartment and on your pockets. If ever you find yourself being a victim of pick pocketing in Manila, Philippines or being driven around in circles in the streets of Bangkok, Thailand, you will definitely find these numbers very helpful. It is also advisable to put your name and an emergency number in case you are in trouble and may need someone else to call.

2. Protect your Passport
Passports nowadays have #Quote by James Sinclair
Passport quotes by Mohamed Al-Fayed
#157. I have two Filipino nannies who have British passport and not me. I don't need British passport. When you were running around in an animal skin, my ancestors were building the pyramids. #Quote by Mohamed Al-Fayed
Passport quotes by Eve Hewson
#158. I get called 'Memphis Eve,' but my first name is Eve. I know Memphis is in there somewhere, but on my passport I'm 'Eve Sunny Day Hewson.' #Quote by Eve Hewson
Passport quotes by Nikola Tesla
#159. Genius is its own passport, and has always been ready to change habitats until the natural one is found. #Quote by Nikola Tesla
Passport quotes by J.C. Ryle
#160. There is a way by which any man, however sinful and unworthy, may draw near to God the Father. Jesus Christ has opened that way by the sacrifice He made for us upon the cross. The holiness and justice of God need not frighten sinners and keep them back. Only let them cry to God in the name of Jesus, - only let them plead the atoning blood of Jesus, - and they shall find God upon a throne of grace, willing and ready to hear. The name of Jesus is a never-failing passport to our prayers. In that name a man may draw near to God with boldness, and ask with confidence. God has engaged to hear him. Think of this. Is not this encouragement? #Quote by J.C. Ryle
Passport quotes by Victoria Twead
#161. and grabbed Great Aunt Elsa and my passport. I stood in #Quote by Victoria Twead
Passport quotes by Diane Von Furstenberg
#162. Love is about relationships, yet the most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. Who else is with you at all times? Who else feels the pain when you are hurt? The shame when you are humiliated? Who can smile at your small satisfactions and laugh at your victories but you? Who understands your moments of fear and loneliness better? Who can console you better than you? You are the one who possesses the keys to your being. You carry the passport to your own happiness. You cannot have a good relationship with anyone, unless you first have it with yourself. Once you have that, any other relationship is a plus, and not a must. #Quote by Diane Von Furstenberg
Passport quotes by Richie Havens
#163. I came up in Brooklyn singing doo-wop music from the time I was 13 to the time I was 20. That music served a purpose of keeping a lot of people out of trouble, and also it was a passport from one neighborhood to another. #Quote by Richie Havens
Passport quotes by Sarah Josepha Hale
#164. What a ready passport wealth gives its possessor to the good opinions of this world! #Quote by Sarah Josepha Hale
Passport quotes by Benh Zeitlin
#165. Someone once told me that movies are a universal passport. And it's true, wherever you go. #Quote by Benh Zeitlin
Passport quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#166. God gave us imaginations because he wants us to see the photos of our destinies respectively and make proper graphical designs of them. You owe it to yourself to enlarge that image you carry into bigger sizes. #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Passport quotes by Bo Derek
#167. I travel a lot. A lot, a lot. I don't have a single passport that doesn't have extra pages on it. #Quote by Bo Derek
Passport quotes by Jason O'Mara
#168. I became an American citizen three years ago, and if I'd been arrested, maybe that wouldn't have happened. That was a very proud moment, by the way. I still have my Irish passport, but becoming an American citizen was important in terms of my family. #Quote by Jason O'Mara
Passport quotes by Alan W. Watts
#169. In the widest sense of the word, to name is to interpret experience by the past, to translate it into terms of memory, to bind the unknown into the system of the known. Civilized man knows of hardly any other way of understanding things. Everybody, everything, has to have its label, its number, certificate, registration, classification. What is not classified is irregular, unpredictable, and dangerous. Without passport, birth certificate, or membership in some nation, one's existence is not recognized. #Quote by Alan W. Watts
Passport quotes by Mita Jain
#170. Quote from In Love of Honey, Money....and My Virgin Passport

If you think you've the most wicked sense of humour, try life! #Quote by Mita Jain
Passport quotes by Zadie Smith
#171. These days, it feels to me like you make a devil's pact when you walk into this country. You hand over your passport at the check-in, you get stamped, you want to make a little money, get yourself started ... but you mean to go back! Who would want to stay? Cold, wet, miserable; terrible food, dreadful newspapers - who would want to stay? In a place where you are never welcomed, only tolerated. Just tolerated. Like you are an animal finally house-trained. #Quote by Zadie Smith
Passport quotes by Forrest Curran
#172. With maps and globes decorated around your room as a child and with passport and ticket in hand in the present, it is your world to explore. To travel is to ask for a complex mix of the new and the old, hellos and goodbyes, and sadness and happiness. Leave your shoes behind at home and to walk in the footsteps of others for a while. #Quote by Forrest Curran
Passport quotes by Robert Smith
#173. I honestly don't class myself as a songwriter. I've got 'musician' written on my passport. That's even funnier. #Quote by Robert Smith
Passport quotes by Susan Mann
#174. Does the soul have a passport? Or do you simply pick the branch of the family tree that you prefer, with its preferred location, and hang your history on it? #Quote by Susan Mann
Passport quotes by Stephanie Perkins
#175. See that guy over there?" I nod toward a man in jean shorts and a Budweiser T-shirt. "Am I that obvious?"
St. Clair squints at him. "Obviously what? Balding? Overweight? Tasteless?"
He sighs melodramtically. "Honestly, Anna. You must get over this."
"I just don't want to offend anyone. I hear they offend easily."
"You're not offending anyone except me right now."
"What about her?" I point to a middle-aged woman in khaki shorts and a knit top with stars and stripes on it.She has a camera strapped to her belt and is arguing with a man in a bucket hat. Her husband,I suppose.
"Completely offensive."
"I mean,am I as obvious as her?"
"Considering she's wearing the American flag, I'd venture a no on that one." He bites his thumbnail. "Listen.I think I have a solution to your problem, but you'll have to wait for it. Just promise you'll stop asking me to compare you to fifty-year-old women,and I'll take care of everything."
"How? With what? A French passport?"
He snorts. "I didn't say I'd make you French." I open my mouth to protest, but he cuts me off. "Deal?"
"Deal," I say uncomfortably. I don't care for surprises. "But it better be good."
"Oh,it's good." And St. Clair looks so smug that I'm about to call him on it, when I realize I can't see our school anymore.
I don't believe it.He's completely distracted me. #Quote by Stephanie Perkins
Passport quotes by Jill Douglas
#176. I was in China this year and I spent three weeks there with no luggage, in a really not very nice place and without anything except my passport and my wallet. You're a long way from home and you've got no phone and you can't get in touch with anybody. #Quote by Jill Douglas
Passport quotes by Anthony De Mello
#177. The way to really live is to die. The passport to living is to imagine yourself in your grave. Imagine you're lying in your coffin ... Now look at your problems from that viewpoint. Changes everything, doesn't it? #Quote by Anthony De Mello
Passport quotes by Vanessa Redgrave
#178. The stage is actor's country. You have to get your passport stamped every so often or they take away your citizenship. #Quote by Vanessa Redgrave
Passport quotes by Sahara Sanders
#179. Proper nutrition is one of the most fundamental things on which anyone's healthy and happy life can be based.
If you want to radically change your being for the better, to feel satisfied about who you are, or to look slim and attractive no matter what age is stated in your passport, start with changing unhealthy eating habits to healthy ones - and make them your favorites. #Quote by Sahara Sanders
Passport quotes by John Gordon Sinclair
#180. I definitely don't see myself as an actor. I don't even have it on my passport. I've got 'writer and electrician' on my passport. I don't want anyone to think I'm an actor. #Quote by John Gordon Sinclair
Passport quotes by Bruce Feiler
#181. Cancer is a passport to intimacy. It is an invitation, maybe even a mandate, to enter the most vital arenas of human life, the most sensitive and the most frightening, the ones that we never want to go to - but when we do go there, we feel incredibly transformed. #Quote by Bruce Feiler
Passport quotes by Anne Fortier
#182. And so we walked through customs arm in arm; while the officer barely looked at my passport, he did look twice at Eva Maria's cleavage. #Quote by Anne Fortier
Passport quotes by Olivia Newton-John
#183. My father was a headmaster in England and then the dean of a college in Australia. We moved there when I was about five, so my education was in Australia, and I always felt I was Australian even though my passport was British. #Quote by Olivia Newton-John
Passport quotes by Anthony Burgess
#184. I wanted music very bad this evening, that singing devotchka in the Korova having perhaps started me off. I wanted like a big feast of it before getting my passport stamped, my brothers, at sleep's frontier and the stripy shest lifted to let me through. #Quote by Anthony Burgess
Passport quotes by Neon Hitch
#185. Yes, it's my real name. I had to pull out my passport twice today to prove it. #Quote by Neon Hitch
Passport quotes by Graham Greene
#186. The border means more than a customs house, a passport officer, a man with a gun. Over there everything is going to be different; life is never going to be quite the same again after your passport has been stamped. #Quote by Graham Greene
Passport quotes by Donald E. Westlake
#187. Dortmunder had helped by expressing doubts. "If the Puerto Ricans all come here," he'd said, for instance, "how come it's such a hot idea for us to go there?" Another time, he'd expressed the opinion that airplanes were too heavy to fly, and a little later he'd pointed out he didn't have a passport. "You don't need a passport," May told him. "Puerto Rico's part of the US." He stared at her. "The hell it is." But it turned out she was right about that; Puerto Rico wasn't exactly a state, but it was something in the United States of America - maybe it was "of. #Quote by Donald E. Westlake
Passport quotes by Iman
#188. I was under 18, and to leave Kenya to come to the United States, to get a passport, you had to be 18. So I lied and said I was 19 to get the passport, because otherwise, I had to have permission from my parents, and my parents would never have let me come. #Quote by Iman
Passport quotes by William T. Vollmann
#189. But the remarkable thing about the beetles was their sensitivity to all the grammar and directives and slogans and even unstated desires of the ant world, which they learned to manipulate. They first memorized the proper antenna-vibration and foreleg-tap which the ants themselves used to request food. The poor workers, busy going here and there and back again all day and never getting a chance to think, automatically assumed that these fearsome strangers had been authorized by the Central Committee since they knew the password, and so they regurgitated a drop or two of fruit juice on cue, much the same as when one is traveling across Europe or Asia on the train and a person in uniform requests one's passport, one's ticket, takes them away, and comes back, or else does not come back, having sold them; a badge and a superior manner can obtain anything in this world. #Quote by William T. Vollmann
Passport quotes by Conrad Black
#190. I am a passport-carrying citizen of the E.U. #Quote by Conrad Black
Passport quotes by William Shakespeare
#191. He which hath no stomach to this fight, let him depart, his passport shall be made and crowns for convoy put into his purse. We would not die in that man's company that fears his fellowship, to die with us. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Passport quotes by Cynthia Gralla
#192. Display in a foreign culture is not a foreign concept, and anyone who has ever traveled abroad will recollect, if they are honest, their status as an ephemeral concubine, with a global passport to seduction and a license to transgress. All the fleeting love affairs that are as much a part of visits to far-off lands as baggage tags and travel-size shampoo bottles--- isn't this proof enough that we all fall into the delightful trap of exoticising and commodifying ourselves in foreign places? #Quote by Cynthia Gralla
Passport quotes by Natasha Walter
#193. While girls have always been encouraged to see self-decoration as a central part of their lives, today they are also exposed to a deluge of messages, even at an early age, about the importance of becoming sexually attractive. These dolls are just a fragment of a much wider culture in which young women are encouraged to see their sexual allure as their primary passport to success.
This highly sexualised culture is often positively celebrated as a sign of women's liberation and empowerment. #Quote by Natasha Walter
Passport quotes by R.G. Manse
#194. Frank treated customers with the contempt Rosy had only seen before at airport passport control. Even then, she'd never heard an immigration official refer to anybody as baldy.
"Hey, baldy," Frank had said and whistled to call a customer back as though he were down in the paddock with an unruly herd. "You forgot your juice."
Frank held up the bottle of Tropicana orange juice. And when… baldy came back, Frank slapped the bottle into his hand as though passing him the baton in a relay race, then waved the man aside - "Go!" - and pointed at the next customer.
"What do you want?" Frank said. "Cheese? Again? That's three cheese you'll have had in a row. Are you eating right?"
The customer stammered.
"Eh-but-eh-but-eh-but," Frank mimicked. "Never mind. But think up a different filling next time. And not cheese and tomato." He shook his head and made up the roll. #Quote by R.G. Manse
Passport quotes by Katharine Brush
#195. Most passport pictures are good likenesses, and it is time we faced it. #Quote by Katharine Brush
Passport quotes by Madeleine Thien
#196. It was a time of chaos, of bombs and floods, when love songs streamed from the radios and wept down the streets. Music sustained weddings, births, rituals, work, marching, boredom, confrontation and death; music and stories, even in times like these, were a refuge, a passport, everywhere. #Quote by Madeleine Thien
Passport quotes by Israelmore Ayivor
#197. Brighten your picture! Refuse to be blurred; agree to be bright! #Quote by Israelmore Ayivor
Passport quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#198. The traveler must be born again on the road, and earn a passport from the elements. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Passport quotes by Justin Vernon
#199. I don't have like whatever, so I'm just like, "Oh man, I'm just going to try to stay out of most people's way and get a taco and enjoy myself as much as I can," because it's such a beautiful town. Beautiful weather. I called my dad that day to tell him what was going on with my passport and he was like, "Yeah it snowed four inches today. It's ten degrees outside." I'm just like, "Cool. I'm glad I'm in Austin, no matter what." #Quote by Justin Vernon
Passport quotes by Tahar Ben Jelloun
#200. In the '70s I was in exile; every time I went back I wondered if they'd take my passport away. #Quote by Tahar Ben Jelloun

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