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Roman Hart quotes by Cristin Harber
#1. There's no other way to look at you. You're the definition of beauty. #Quote by Cristin Harber
Roman Hart quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#2. The Imitation of Christ is a cherished treasure of the Christian world. This great book was written by a Roman Catholic monk. "Written", perhaps, is not the proper word. It would be more appropriate to say that each letter of the book is marked deep with the heart's blood of the great soul who had renounced all for his love of Christ. #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Roman Hart quotes by Mark Hart
#3. God will put someone in your path today who doesn't necessarily need you ... but who desperately needs Christ in you. #Quote by Mark Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Belle Hale
#4. You have been missing from me for far too long. #Quote by Belle Hale
Roman Hart quotes by Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
#5. Do not forget your dogs of war, your big guns, which are the most-to-be respected arguments of the rights of kings. #Quote by Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor
Roman Hart quotes by Jiang Rong
#6. Chen pointed to the cub. "There's your brute." Then he pointed to the pups. "And there's your domestication. For the most part, Westerners are descendants of barbarian, nomadic tribes such as the Teutons and the Anglo-Saxons. They burst out of the primeval forest like wild animals after a couple of thousand years of Greek and Roman civilization, and sacked ancient Rome. They eat steak, cheese, and butter with knives and forks, which is how they've retained more primitive wildness than the traditional farming races. Over the past hundred years, domesticated China has been bullied by the brutish West. It's not surprising that for thousands of years the Chinese colossus has been spectacularly pummeled by tiny nomadic peoples. #Quote by Jiang Rong
Roman Hart quotes by Bret Hart
#7. Promptly peerless, hitherto peerless and hence peerless. #Quote by Bret Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Roman Payne
#8. When I touched her body,
I believed she was God.
In the curves of her form
I found the birth of Man,
the creation of the world,
and the origin of all life. #Quote by Roman Payne
Roman Hart quotes by Andrea Barham
#9. At school, my religious-education teacher expressly forbade us to write "Xmas." It was regarded as a foul blasphemy. How would I like it if people used an anonymous X in place of my name? However, it would seem that the word "Xmas" is not blasphemous after all.

In the original Greek, "Christ" was written "Xristos," but the X isn't the Roman "ecks"; The Cassell Dictionary of Word Histories explains that it is the Greek letter "chi" (pronounced with a k to rhyme with "eye"--k'eye). The x is simply a stand-in for "the first letter of Greek Khristos--Christ." Indeed, the Chi-Rho (CH-r--the first two syllables of "Christ") illumination can be seen in the ancient Irish manuscript of the Gospels, The Book of Kells, which is housed at Trinity College in Dublin. This work dates back to the ninth century.

Of course, strictly speaking, Xmas" should still be pronounced "Christmas" because it's an abbreviation, not an alternative word. #Quote by Andrea Barham
Roman Hart quotes by Tobin Hart
#10. Creation is not restricted to the artist but instead is about how we bring ourselves authentically into the world both through our doing and being. #Quote by Tobin Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Mary Hart
#11. It's nice to help remember somebody who really made a very positive difference in the world. #Quote by Mary Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Emma Hart
#12. The way to Braden's heart is through his dick. It's just wrapped up in latex and usually between some girl's legs. #Quote by Emma Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Mark Hart
#13. It's funny how the closer you get to God, the more you realize how far you are from Him. #Quote by Mark Hart
Roman Hart quotes by B.H. Liddell Hart
#14. If you find your opponent in a strong position costly to force, you should leave him a line of retreat as the quickest way of loosening his resistance. It should, equally, be a principle of policy, especially in war, to provide your opponent with a ladder by which he can climb down. #Quote by B.H. Liddell Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Kevin Hart
#15. I gotta stop saying "how stupid could you be?" I'm beginning to feel like people are taking as a challenge #Quote by Kevin Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Jennifer Ashley
#16. Daniel walked as tall and strong as Ian or Mac, even Hart. "They grow up so fast," Angelo said when he reacheed Cam.
Cameron glanced at him, thinking the man joking, but Angelo's dark eyes were serious.
"Chilhood is gone in the wink of an eye, and then they have to be men. You Anglos are strange, sending your sons out into the world as soon as they get tall enough. My family has been together forever."
"I notice you don't live with them, Angelo, so don't become sentimental. Besides my family is together. Just a bit spread out."
"Rich Anglos need too much space."
"That is true, but it keeps us from killing each other. #Quote by Jennifer Ashley
Roman Hart quotes by Ian Hart
#17. I'm not usually attracted to big-budget American films. #Quote by Ian Hart
Roman Hart quotes by B.H. Liddell Hart
#18. The implied threat of using nuclear weapons to curb guerrillas was as absurd as to talk of using a sledge hammer to ward off a swarm of mosquitoes. #Quote by B.H. Liddell Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Albert Bushnell Hart
#19. From William of Orange to William Pitt the younger there was but one man without whom English history must have taken a different turn, and that was William Pitt the elder. #Quote by Albert Bushnell Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Joe Hart
#20. the only way to feel something that you haven't seen in real life is through art. #Quote by Joe Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Callie Hart
#21. Just for a second felt like she might be capable of gluing me back together too #Quote by Callie Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Miranda Hart
#22. You need to know that even as life develops in superficially disappointing ways, there is still fun to be had. #Quote by Miranda Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Kevin Hart
#23. Having other comedians complimenting my work is the biggest accolade that I can get. #Quote by Kevin Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Owen Hart
#24. Enough is enough. I'm a champion. Look at me, I'm a champion. I am not a nugget. #Quote by Owen Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Mark Hart
#25. Oh, how thunderous the applause must be in Heaven, all those times we are mocked on earth for the sake of His name. #Quote by Mark Hart
Roman Hart quotes by B.H. Liddell Hart
#26. Among men who rise to fame and leadership two types are recognizable-those who are born with a belief in themselves and those in whom it is a slow growth dependent on actual achievement. To men of the last type their own success is a constant surprise, and its fruits the more delicious, yet to be tested cautiously with a haunting sense of doubt whether it is not all a dream. In that doubt lies true modesty, not the sham of insincere self-depreciation but the modesty of "moderation," in the Greek sense. It #Quote by B.H. Liddell Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Albert Camus
#27. Nietzsche clamored for a
Roman Caesar with the soul of Christ. To his mind, this was to say yes to both slave and master. But, in
the last analysis, to say yes to both was to give one's blessing to the stronger of the two - namely, the
master. Caesar must inevitably renounce the domination of the mind and choose to rule in the realm of
fact. "How can one make the best of crime?" asks Nietzsche, as a good professor faithful to his system.
Caesar must answer: by multiplying it. "When the ends are great," Nietzsche wrote to his own detriment,
"humanity employs other standards and no longer judges crime as such even if it resorts to the most
frightful means." He died in 1900, at the beginning of the century in which that pretension was to become
fatal. #Quote by Albert Camus
Roman Hart quotes by Carol Berg
#28. I enjoy worldbuilding very much. I generally start with an approximation. With 'Flesh and Spirit' and 'Breath and Bone,' because I was thinking of a world on the brink of a dark age, I began with the sense of Roman Britain. But I purposely set the geography to match something other than Britain - which has been overdone. #Quote by Carol Berg
Roman Hart quotes by Roman Payne
#29. She was a free bird one minute: queen of the world and laughing. The next minute she would be in tears like a porcelain angel, about to teeter, fall and break. She never cried because she was afraid that something 'would' happen; she would cry because she feared something that could render the world more beautiful, 'would not' happen. #Quote by Roman Payne
Roman Hart quotes by Joe Hart
#30. Oh. And lesbian is another name for welder? #Quote by Joe Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Jack Holland
#31. Tertullian thunders at women in the manner of the God of the Old Testament who once threatened to make their hair fall out. But his tone and his words are altogether more menacing. Not only are women held responsible fot the Fall of Man, but it is they, not the Jews, not the Roman authorities--who are blamed for the suffering and death of Jesus, man's Redeemer. It is through their flesh that the devil comes into the world. #Quote by Jack Holland
Roman Hart quotes by Kevin Hart
#32. People don't want to hear about me having leather walls or gold toilets. #Quote by Kevin Hart
Roman Hart quotes by Marcus Tullius Cicero
#33. I am a Roman citizen. #Quote by Marcus Tullius Cicero
Roman Hart quotes by Kaui Hart Hemmings
#34. We don't treat each other very well, I suppose. Even from the start. It was as though we had the seven-year itch the day we met. The day she went into a coma, I heard her telling her friend Shelley that I was useless, that I leave my socks hanging on every doorknob in the house. At weddings we roll our eyes at the burgeoning love around us, the vows that we know will morph into new kinds of promises: I vow not to kiss you when you're trying to read. I will tolerate you in sickness and ignore you in health. I promise to let you watch that stupid news show about celebrities, since you're so disenchanted with your own life.

Joanie and I were urged by her brother, Barry, to subject ourselves to counseling as a decent couple would. Barry is a man of the couch, a believer in weekly therapy, affirmations, and pulse points. Once he tried to show us exercises he'd been doing in session with his girlfriend. We were instructed to trade reasons, abstract or specific, why we stayed with each other. I started off by saying that Joanie would get drunk and pretend I was someone else and do this neat thing with her tongue. Joanie said tax breaks. Barry cried. Openly. His second wife had recently left him for someone who understood that a man didn't do volunteer work. #Quote by Kaui Hart Hemmings
Roman Hart quotes by Michael Steele
#35. I'm a pro-life Roman Catholic conservative, always have been. #Quote by Michael Steele
Roman Hart quotes by Donna Tartt
#36. The Roman genius, and perhaps the Roman flaw was an obsession with order. One sees it in their architecture, their literature, their laws - this fierce denial of darkness, unreason, chaos. Easy to see why the Romans, usually so tolerant of foreign religions, persecuted the Christians mercilessly - how absurd to think a common criminal had risen from the dead, how appalling that his followers celebrated him by drinking his blood. The illogic of it frightened them and they did everything they could to crush it. In fact, I think the reason they took such drastic steps was because they were not only frightened but also terribly attracted to it. Pragmatists are often strangely superstitious. For all their logic, who lived in more abject terror of the supernatural than the Romans? The Greeks were different. They had a passion for order and symmetry, much like the Romans, but they knew how foolish it was to deny the unseen world, the old gods. Emotion, darkness, barbarism. #Quote by Donna Tartt

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