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Scheinberg Relief quotes by Lois McMaster Bujold
#1. The sort of fellow whose funeral's orations are all on the theme of Well, that's a relief. #Quote by Lois McMaster Bujold
Scheinberg Relief quotes by David Cameron
#2. The news that Osama Bin Laden is dead will bring great relief to people across the world. Osama Bin Laden was responsible for the worst terrorist atrocities the world has seen - for 9/11 and for so many attacks, which have cost thousands of lives, many of them British. #Quote by David Cameron
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Dolly Parton
#3. I flapped open the lid of my cardboard guitar case and whipped out my old Martin. Mr. Killen seemed a little taken aback. I think he wasn't sure whether I was going to play the guitar or brain him with it. He breathed a sigh of relief when I went into a song. Bill hustled his guitar out as fast as he could and joined in. I sang loud and strong with the security that comes with knowing that one way or another, it'll be over soon. #Quote by Dolly Parton
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Kiersten White
#4. I'm his. It's such a relief to be someone's, to not have to be my own. #Quote by Kiersten White
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Wil Wheaton
#5. I'm guess I'm up to about 70% of normal, which is a real relief. My doctor gave me clearance to go out in public again, so I've been able to go to the store and help out a little bit around the house. #Quote by Wil Wheaton
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#6. So it had something to do with the sinner, and something with the judge, and the fear of not being forgiven, and the relief of being loved again. #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Philip Roth
#7. The music I play after dinner is not a relief from the silence but something like its substantiation: listening to music for an hour or two every evening doesn't deprive me of the silence - the music is the silence coming true. #Quote by Philip Roth
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Steve Carell
#8. I know I'm not a woman's fantasy man; I don't have to uphold this image of male beauty, so that's kind of a relief in a way. #Quote by Steve Carell
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Sarah M. Eden
#9. Hope is not a prison." Sorrel gently squeezed her arm. "Hope should lessen your fears, not intensify them #Quote by Sarah M. Eden
Scheinberg Relief quotes by John Green
#10. Relief is a Dumper emotion. #Quote by John Green
Scheinberg Relief quotes by James Rollins
#11. The warmth of the bourbon still glowed deep within her, helping her find her center. How could something so simple have brought her so much relief? But Safia sensed it wasn't truly the alcohol so much as the kindness. She had forgotten what that was like. It had been too long. Not since ... not #Quote by James Rollins
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Gunter Blobel
#12. After the near-total destruction of Dresden in the Allied fire-bombing of February 1945, few people believed that its beauty would ever return. Dresden's slow but steady comeback was thus met with great relief. #Quote by Gunter Blobel
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Michael Jackson
#13. I believe in my heart that the music community will come together as one and rally to the aid of thousands of innocent victims, ... There is a tremendous need for relief dollars right now and through this effort each one of us can play an immediate role in helping comfort so many people. #Quote by Michael Jackson
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Antonin Artaud
#14. You are outside life, you are above life, you have miseries which the ordinary man does not know, you exceed the normal level, and it is for this that men refuse to forgive you, you poison their peace of mind, you undermine their stability. You have irrepressible pains whose essence is to be inadaptable to any known state, indescribable in words. You have repeated and shifting pains, incurable pains, pains beyond imagining, pains which are neither of the body nor of the soul, but which partake of both. And I share your suffering, and I ask you: who dares to ration our relief? ... We are not going to kill ourselves just yet. In the meantime, leave us the hell alone. #Quote by Antonin Artaud
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Sandeep Jauhar
#15. Callahan got up and wrote "extend life < prevent suffering" on a white board. Underneath he wrote: "Goals: hasten death (no); prevent suffering (yes)." Turning to me, he said that it was ethically justifiable to start a drug like morphine that could speed up death, as long as preventing suffering was the primary intention and hastening death was an inescapable side effect. This doctrine of "double effect" says that actions in the pursuit of a good end (symptom relief) are morally acceptable even if they result in a negative outcome (death), as long as the negative outcome is unintended and the good outcome is not a direct consequence of the negative one. #Quote by Sandeep Jauhar
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Rick Larsen
#16. I strongly support tax relief for the middle class. #Quote by Rick Larsen
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Derek Landy
#17. Her father sagged as relief spread through him. "I thought
something awful was happening."
She frowned. "Something awful was happening. It could have
got stuck in my hair. #Quote by Derek Landy
Scheinberg Relief quotes by George H. W. Bush
#18. We join Armenians around the world as we remember the terrible massacres suffered in 1915-1923 at the hands of the rulers of the Ottoman Empire. The United States responded to this crime against humanity by leading diplomatic and private relief efforts. #Quote by George H. W. Bush
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Nic Sheff
#19. But, when I was growing up, the one thing that did help me not to feel so isolated and crazy was reading - especially books by authors who fearlessly examined and exposed their highly imperfect inner lives. Books like "Confessions of a Mask" by Yukio Mishima; "Tropic of Cancer" by Henry Miller; "Try" by Dennis Cooper; and, of course, the works of authors like Bukowski, Salinger, Hesse, Bataille, Iceberg Slim, and Murakami. These writers revealed the things that existed beneath most humans' seemingly secure and confident exteriors. I suddenly realized, after reading their work, that I wasn't unique - that my doubts and fears and insecurities were more universal that I could've ever imagined. Their words gave me strength. They have me permission to start trying to accept my flaws, my darkness, my insanity. They let me know that it was okay not to fit in with everyone else - to be a sensitive person - and that others struggled just like I did. It was such a relief when I finally began to understand this. It was like I could breathe - maybe for the first time. #Quote by Nic Sheff
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
#20. Advice for New Knitters
When choosing a pattern, look for ones that have words such as "simple", "basic", and "easy". If you see the words "intriguing", "challenging", or "intricate", look elsewhere.
If you happen across a pattern that says "heirloom", slowly put down the pattern and back away.
"Heirloom" is knitting code for "This pattern is so difficult that you would consider death a relief". #Quote by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Alex Morgan
#21. Seeing a man so broken over losing his wife caused an ache in Quinn's own heart. Seeing it reminded him that while love hurt, it still had the power to heal and he wished that Avery would find some relief from his kids. #Quote by Alex Morgan
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Yu Hua
#22. With relief I arrived at memory's peak,
and a broader landscape came into view. #Quote by Yu Hua
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Ernest Hemingway,
#23. Modern life ... is often a mechanical oppression and liquor is the only mechanical relief. #Quote by Ernest Hemingway,
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Janet Fitch
#24. Claire smiled with relief that my mother had made the first move. She didn't understand the nature of poisons. My #Quote by Janet Fitch
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Anthony Powell
#25. This matter of being able to establish Barbara's whereabouts for a specific number of hours brought at least limited relief from agonies of ignorance as to what her movements might be, with consequent inability to exercise control over her in however slight a degree; for love of that sort - the sort where the sensual element has been reduced to a minimum - must after all, largely if not entirely, resolve itself to the exercise of power: a fact of which Barbara was, of course, more aware than I. #Quote by Anthony Powell
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Iain M. Banks
#26. She was one of the unfortunates trying to get some sort of human grasp of Earth's economics, and deserved all the light relief she could get. I recall that all through that year you could tell the economists by their distraught look and slightly glazed-looking eyes. #Quote by Iain M. Banks
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Allen Boyd
#27. It is time for Congress to provide relief for tobacco farmers. Since the 1930's tobacco production has been regulated by a quota system, which required farmers to purchase quota in order to grow tobacco. #Quote by Allen Boyd
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Timothy Keller
#28. Only when we see both the freeness and the cost of forgiveness will we get relief from the guilt as well as liberation from the power of sin in our lives. #Quote by Timothy Keller
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Jessica Fechtor
#29. Being sick is supposed to come along with grand realizations about What Really Matters, but I don't know. I think deep down, we're already aware of what's important and what's not. Which isn't to say that we always live our lives accordingly. We snap at our spouses and curse the traffic and miss the buds pushing up from the ground. But we know. We just forget to know sometimes.

Near-death forces us to remember. It pushes us into a state of aggressive gratitude that throws what's big and what's small into the sharpest relief. It's awfully hard to worry about the puddle of milk when you're just glad to be here to spill it.

Aggressive gratitude, though, is no way to live. It's too easy. We're meant to work at these things. To strive to know. Our task is to seek out what's essential, get distracted by the fluff, and still know, feel annoyed by annoyances, and find our way back. The so-called small stuff actually matters very much. It's what we push against on our way to figuring out how much we wish to think and be. We need that dialectic, and illness snatches it away. A stubbed toe, a too-long line at the post office, these things and the fluster they bring are signifiers of a healthy life, and I craved them. #Quote by Jessica Fechtor
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Danielle Steel
#30. I'm not the enemy, they are. I hear them. You're not good enough so no one could ever love you. Come here," he said, pulling her into his arms and looking into her huge blue eyes that were the same color as his own. "I love you. You are lovable. They're idiots. And I love everything about you, just the way you are. Now that's my message to you. It's not theirs. It's mine. You are the most lovable woman I've ever known." As he said it, he kissed her, and tears of relief slid down her cheeks, and she sobbed in his arms. He had just told her everything she had waited to hear all her life, and had never heard before. #Quote by Danielle Steel
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Stefan Zweig
#31. When one does another person an injustice, in some mysterious way it does one good to discover (or to persuade oneself) that the injured party has also behaved badly or unfairly in some little matter or other; it is always a relief to the conscience if one can apportion some measure of guilt to the person one has betrayed. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Sherry Thomas
#32. … In 1885, when he turned twenty-five, he let out the word that he was ready to settle down with the right girl. The matrons heaved a collective sigh of relief. How wonderful. The boy actually understood his duties to God and country.

He had no intention of marrying, of course, until he was at least forty-five – a society that so worshiped the infernal institution of marriage deserved to be misled. Let them try to matchmake. He did say the right girl, didn't he? The right girl wouldn't come along for twenty years, and she'd be a naive, plump-chested chit of seventeen who worshiped the ground on which he trod.

Little could he guess that at twenty-eight he would marry, out of the blue, a lady who was quite some years removed from seventeen, neither naive nor plump-chested, and who examined the ground on which he trod with a most suspicious eye, seeing villany in everything he said and did.

Her name was Louisa Cantwell, and she would be his undoing. #Quote by Sherry Thomas
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Marc Maron
#33. When you hear the things that people have gone through and realize you've gone through the same, it provides an amazing amount of relief. It gives us hope. And I think that's what we're supposed to get from each other. The #Quote by Marc Maron
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Holly Mosier
#34. Our culture encourages us to plan every moment and fill our schedules with one activity and obligation after the next, with no time to just be. But the human body and mind require downtime to rejuvenate. I have found my greatest moments of joy and peace just sitting in silence, and then I take that joy and peace with me out into the world. #Quote by Holly Mosier
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Jodi Ellen Malpas
#35. Ava, will you watch your fucking mouth?' he sighs, but there's relief in his voice. I'm half tempted to tell him to fetch the anti-bacterial solution and spray it in my mouth. #Quote by Jodi Ellen Malpas
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Amy Poehler
#36. I recently hurt myself on a treadmill and it wasn't even on. I was adjusting my speed and stepped wrong and twisted my ankle. I felt a moment of frustration filled with immediate relief. I didn't have to actually work out, but I still got credit for trying. It was a gym snow day. #Quote by Amy Poehler
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Jack Benny
#37. I'm happy to be making my first appearance on air professionally. By that I mean I'm finally getting paid, which I know will be a great relief to my creditors. #Quote by Jack Benny
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Nick Flynn
#38. [excerpt] The usual I say. Essence. Spirit. Medicine. A taste. I say top shelf. Straight up. A shot. A sip. A nip. I say another round. I say brace yourself. Lift a few. Hoist a few. Work the elbow. Bottoms up. Belly up. Set 'em up. What'll it be. Name your poison. I say same again. I say all around. I say my good man. I say my drinking buddy. I say git that in ya. Then a quick one. Then a nightcap. Then throw one back. Then knock one down. Fast & furious I say. Could savage a drink I say. Chug. Chug-a-lug. Gulp. Sauce. Mother's milk. Everclear. Moonshine. White lightning. Firewater. Hootch. Relief. Now you're talking I say. Live a little I say. Drain it I say. Kill it I say. Feeling it I say. Wobbly. Breakfast of champions I say. I say candy is dandy but liquor is quicker. I say Houston, we have a drinking problem. I say the cause of, and solution to, all of life's problems. I say god only knows what I'd be without you. I say thirsty. I say parched. I say wet my whistle. Dying of thirst. Lap it up. Hook me up. Watering hole. Knock a few back. Pound a few down. My office. Out with the boys I say. Unwind I say. Nurse one I say. Apply myself I say. Toasted. Glow. A cold one a tall one a frosty I say. One for the road I say. Two-fisted I say. Never trust a man who doesn't drink I say. Drink any man under the table I say. Then a binge then a spree then a jag then a bout. Coming home on all fours. Could use a drink I say. A shot of confidence I say. Steady my nerves I say. Dro #Quote by Nick Flynn
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Alanea Alder
#39. Caiden walked back over and placed his hands on her shoulders, concern on his face. "Are you okay? Did he do anything weird to you?"

Amelia thought about it for a second. "He put his thing in me."

All four men froze.

The air around Caiden began to spark and crackle. "He did what?" he asked, his voice sounding odd and strained.

"He put his light in my heart, that way, he can find me later," she explained. She looked around confused when the men seemed to slump forward in relief. "What?" she asked.

"Nothing, baby." Caiden scooped her up and sat down with her on his lap. "I can't do this. She can never mate." He let out a long breath and cuddled her close. Kyran and Tristan sat back down in their chairs and rested their heads on the table.

Kendrick's smile was wicked as he stood. "Makes me eternally grateful I have a brother."

Behind her, she felt Caiden laugh. "As if you're any less protective of Keelan than we are of Amelia? #Quote by Alanea Alder
Scheinberg Relief quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#40. Death lurks in the shadows, just out of view.

Now and then I see his reaching hand, uncertain of the blurry image that passes before my eyes, but conscious of the crippling influence of his touch.

Some say Death rears an ugly head, so hideous a view the beholder can scarcely gasp their last breath. Others call him beautiful, a sweet relief to look upon. But these are rumors babbled by the unknowing. For Death is like the gorgon, Medusa, who when perceived, turns the body to stone.

Those who know Death take the knowledge of his shadowed face with them to wherever it is he leads our dearly departed by the hand. All who are left behind must wait their turn to glance into the eyes of the one who will close our mouths forever. #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich

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