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See Where Things Go quotes by Pierce Brosnan
#1. And consequently, you have this rich looking film, which gives it this kind of muscular feel, deep focus, soft focus look. I'm not that great on development. I can see where things go wrong, but Beau, Carl and Mike Finch, they worked on it relentlessly. And then I would see the material and I would say, "Well, that just doesn't ring true. I don't quite know why that's happening." #Quote by Pierce Brosnan
See Where Things Go quotes by Danielle Jamie
#2. For right now, we're just having fun, and I guess we'll see where things go. But I hope that it will lead to more." I can't believe I actually said that out loud at a concert. #Quote by Danielle Jamie
See Where Things Go quotes by Zach Johnson
#3. Goal setting will never stop. I will continue to work hard and practice hard and see where things go. #Quote by Zach Johnson
See Where Things Go quotes by William Boyd
#4. Naturally – she's an actress." He laughed wryly to himself. "Complications. Oh, yes." The doctor reflected and then said, "I always think a life without complications isn't really a life, you know. In life things go wrong, nothing stays the same and there's nothing you can do about it. Friends betray you, family is a nightmare, lovers are fickle. This is the norm, no?" He smiled to himself, as if remembering something pertinent. "What kind of a world would it be where nothing ever went wrong, where everything stayed the same, life followed a designated path – family was adorable, friends and lovers were faithful and true?" He paused. "You know, I don't think I'd like that kind of a world. We're made for complications, we human beings. Anyway, such a perfect world could never exist – at least not on this small planet. #Quote by William Boyd
See Where Things Go quotes by John Chancellor
#5. I've been an agnostic for as long as I can remember ... so I don't know where we go. But if it turns out that the lights are just turned off and nothing happens, well, that's okay. #Quote by John Chancellor
See Where Things Go quotes by Jessica Shirvington
#6. Some things are so real you can feel them to your core. It doesn't matter where you go, they go with you. Anywhere. #Quote by Jessica Shirvington
See Where Things Go quotes by Natalie Martinez
#7. The thing with Stephen King is that everyone dies, and everyone comes back to life. So you never know with his mind where things go. It's the same with Steven Spielberg, too. #Quote by Natalie Martinez
See Where Things Go quotes by Victor Hugo
#8. The point which we consider it our duty to note is, that outside of and beyond his faith, as it were, the Bishop possessed an excess of love. In was in that quarter, quia multum amavit, - because he loved much - that he was regarded as vulnerable by "serious men," "grave persons" and "reasonable people"; favorite locutions of our sad world where egotism takes its word of command from pedantry. What was this excess of love? It was a serene benevolence which overflowed men, as we have already pointed out, and which, on occasion, extended even to things. He lived without disdain. He was indulgent towards God's creation. Every man, even the best, has within him a thoughtless harshness which he reserves for animals. The Bishop of D - - had none of that harshness, which is peculiar to many priests, nevertheless. He did not go as far as the Brahmin, but he seemed to have weighed this saying of Ecclesiastes: "Who knoweth whither the soul of the animal goeth?" Hideousness of aspect, deformity of instinct, troubled him not, and did not arouse his indignation. He was touched, almost softened by them. It seemed as though he went thoughtfully away to seek beyond the bounds of life which is apparent, the cause, the explanation, or the excuse for them. He seemed at times to be asking God to commute these penalties. He examined without wrath, and with the eye of a linguist who is deciphering a palimpsest, that portion of chaos which still exists in nature. This revery sometimes caused him #Quote by Victor Hugo
See Where Things Go quotes by Tad Williams
#9. Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You'll find what you need to furnish it- memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things. That way it will go with you wherever you journey. #Quote by Tad Williams
See Where Things Go quotes by Patricia McLinn
#10. There's three things I've seen in this world that seem to make a body happy or miserable. It's no money or health or any of those other things most people talk about. It's knowing where you fit in this world, being able to go after your dreams, and love. #Quote by Patricia McLinn
See Where Things Go quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#11. I want to protect ye, Sassenach-spread myself over ye like a cloak and shield you and the child wi' my body." ... "I would do anything for ye ... and yet ... there's nothing I can do. It doesna matter how strong I am, or how willing; I canna go with you where ye must go ... not even help ye at all. And to think of the things that might happen, and me helpless to stop them ... aye, I'm afraid, Sassenach. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
See Where Things Go quotes by Will Smith
#12. A human being having a full emotional conversation with a dog is funny, innately. It's one of those things where you get in a scene and you always go for what is the best joke, and a talking dog for some reason, whatever he says, is hilarious. (about his role wiht a talking dog in the forthcoming MEN IN BLACK sequel. #Quote by Will Smith
See Where Things Go quotes by Nancy Ann Healy
#13. Even the most difficult things lead us where we need to go. It just isn't always where we thought we were headed. #Quote by Nancy Ann Healy
See Where Things Go quotes by Suze Orman
#14. You'd better have faith that everything happens for the best. Nothing happens in your life that isn't something that you are meant to learn to get you where you need to go so you can become who you are meant to be. And that meant-to-be might be someone you don't even know exists at this moment in time. #Quote by Suze Orman
See Where Things Go quotes by Louisa Thomsen Brits
#15. For years, home has been idealised as a refuge from the world, somewhere predictable and unchanging. But home isn't just where we go to escape the world. Home is how we inhabit the world. Meaning comes from connection and a willingness to pay attention to the particulars of our lives, from the things we choose to use to our daily rituals and shared activities. #Quote by Louisa Thomsen Brits
See Where Things Go quotes by Shirley Jackson
#16. She had taken to wondering lately, during these swift-counted years, what had been done with all those wasted summer days; how could she have spent them so wantonly? I am foolish, she told herself early every summer, I am very foolish; I am grown up now and know the values of things. Nothing is ever really wasted, she believed sensibly, even one's childhood, and then each year, one summer morning, the warm wind would come down the city street where she walked and she would be touched with the little cold thought: I have let more time go by. #Quote by Shirley Jackson
See Where Things Go quotes by Kate Atkinson
#17. Personally, I don't think it right to make up things about real people - although I suppose there's an argument for saying that once you're dead you're not real any more. But then we have to define what we mean by real and none of us wants to go down that tortuous path because we all know where it leads (madness or a first-class honours, or both). #Quote by Kate Atkinson
See Where Things Go quotes by Ernest Dowson
#18. A Last Word
Let us go hence: the night is now at hand;
The day is over worn, the birds all flown;
And we have reaped the crops the gods have sown;
Despair and death; deep darkness o'er the land,
Broods like an owl; we cannot understand
Laughter or tears, for we have only known
Surpassing vanity: vain things alone
Have driven our perverse and aimless band..
Let us go hence, some whither strange and cold,
To Hollow Lands where just men and unjust
Find end of labor, where's rest for the old,
Freedom to all from love and fear and lust.
Twine our torn hands! O pray the earth enfold
Our life-sick hearts and turn them into dust #Quote by Ernest Dowson
See Where Things Go quotes by David Duke
#19. They're trying to exterminate our race. I think, probably in a moral sense, the Jewish people have been a blight. I mean as a whole, not every Jew. And they probably deserve to go into the ashbin of history. But saying that and actually shooting or killing people in masses, are two different things. I'm not advocating extermination. I think the best thing is to resettle them in someplace where they can't exploit others. And I don't think they can live among themselves, I really don't. #Quote by David Duke
See Where Things Go quotes by Debra Granik
#20. We all have to acknowledge the life and the path we were born into. And the things that define us, they're often somewhat narrow: our class, our race, our gender, where we grew up, what geography we were exposed to. The curiosity and wonderment of, "What it's like on your path?" - that's when you go into high alert. #Quote by Debra Granik
See Where Things Go quotes by Michael Pollan
#21. Imagine if we had a food system that actually produced wholesome food. Imagine if it produced that food in a way that restored the land. Imagine if we could eat every meal knowing these few simple things: What it is we're eating. Where it came from. How it found its way to our table. And what it really cost. If that was the reality, then every meal would have the potential to be a perfect meal. We would not need to go hunting for our connection to our food and the web of life that produces it. We would no longer need any reminding that we eat by the grace of nature, not industry, and that what we're eating is never anything more or less than the body of the world. I don't want to have to forage every meal. Most people don't want to learn to garden or hunt. But we can change the way we make and get our food so that it becomes food again - something that feeds our bodies and our souls. Imagine it: Every meal would connect us to the joy of living and the wonder of nature. Every meal would be like saying grace. #Quote by Michael Pollan
See Where Things Go quotes by Anna Godbersen
#22. Don't go looking for boys in the dark
They will say pretty things then
leave you with scars.
Do go looking for boys in the park
For that is where the true gentlemen are. #Quote by Anna Godbersen
See Where Things Go quotes by Peggy Rathmann
#23. Opening myself to criticism was a big door to go through. You can be afraid about something your whole life, about being out in public where people know your name but not you, and it can cripple your ability to try new things. #Quote by Peggy Rathmann
See Where Things Go quotes by Maggie Stiefvater
#24. It makes sense that there's a family history for your condition," he said. "Do you eat all of the men in the family? Where do they go? Does this house have a basement?" Blue stood up. "It's like boot camp. They can't hack it. Poor things." "Poor me," he said. #Quote by Maggie Stiefvater
See Where Things Go quotes by Kim Cattrall
#25. You have to be desirable. And that's why so many woman of my age or even younger are pushed to Botox and plastic surgery, all the things that people say, 'Why do women do this?' Where do you go in your 50s in your career? #Quote by Kim Cattrall
See Where Things Go quotes by Jonathan Safran Foer
#26. Jonathan Safran Foer's 10 Rules for Writing:

1.Tragedies make great literature; unfathomable catastrophes (the Holocaust, 9/11) are even better – try to construct your books around them for added gravitas but, since those big issues are such bummers, make sure you do it in a way that still focuses on a quirky central character that's somewhat like Jonathan Safran Foer.

2. You can also name your character Jonathan Safran Foer.

3. If you're writing a non-fiction book you should still make sure that it has a strong, deep, wise, and relatable central character – someone like Jonathan Safran Foer.

4. If you reach a point in your book where you're not sure what to do, or how to approach a certain scene, or what the hell you're doing, just throw in a picture, or a photo, or scribbles, or blank pages, or some illegible text, or maybe even a flipbook. Don't worry if these things don't mean anything, that's what postmodernism is all about. If you're not sure what to put in, you can't go wrong with a nice photograph of Jonathan Safran Foer.

5. If you come up with a pun, metaphor, or phrase that you think is really clever and original, don't just use it once and throw it away, sprinkle it liberally throughout the text. One particularly good phrase that comes to mind is "Jonathan Safran Foer."

6. Don't worry if you seem to be saying the same thing over and over again, repetition makes the work stronger, repetition is good, #Quote by Jonathan Safran Foer
See Where Things Go quotes by Davis Bunn
#27. Forgive me for not being willing to hear your call until now, dear Lord. But I am here and I am ready. Direct me to where I should next go. Reveal to me how I should next serve you. Grant me the wisdom and the strength to trust you in all things. Wherever you lead. Whatever task you set. Help me, Lord. #Quote by Davis Bunn
See Where Things Go quotes by Christopher McDougall
#28. It's a natural law (or supernatural, if you're so inclined) that weird things appear where people tend to disappear. African jungles, Pacific islands, Himalayan wastelands - wherever expeditionary parties go missing, that's where lost species, Stonehengey stone idols, the flitting shadows of yetis, and ancient, unsurrendering Japanese soldiers are sure to pop up. The #Quote by Christopher McDougall
See Where Things Go quotes by Isabel Wilkerson
#29. In our homes, in our churches, wherever two or three are gathered, there is a discussion of what is best to do. Must we remain in the South or go elsewhere? Where can we go to feel that security which other people feel? Is it best to go in great numbers or only in several families? These and many other things are discussed over and over. - A COLORED WOMAN IN ALABAMA, 1902 THE #Quote by Isabel Wilkerson
See Where Things Go quotes by David Nicholls
#30. Em, we've known each other five or six years now, but two years properly, as, you know, 'friends', which isn't that long but I think I know a bit about you and I think I know what your problem is. Here it is. I think you're scared of being happy, Emma. I think you think that the natural way of things is for your life to be grim and grey and dour and to hate your job, hate where you live, not to have success or money or God forbid a boyfriend. In fact, I think I'll go further and say that I think you actually get a kick out of being disappointed and under-achieving, because it's easier, isn't it? Failure and unhappiness is easier because you can make a joke out of it. #Quote by David Nicholls
See Where Things Go quotes by Gregory David Roberts
#31. The source of all things, the luminescence, has more forms than heaven's stars, sure. And one good thought is all it takes to make it shine. But a single mistake can burn down a forest in your heart, hiding all the stars, in all the skies. And while a mistake's still burning, ruined love or lost faith can make you think you're done, and you can't go on. But it's not true. It's never true. No matter what you do, no matter where you're lost, the luminescence never leaves you. Any good thing that dies inside can rise again, if you want it hard enough. The heart doesn't know how to quit, because it doesn't know how to lie. You lift your eyes from the page, fall into the smile of a perfect stranger, and the searching starts all over again. It's not what it was, It's always different. It's always something else. But the new forest that grows back in a scarred heart is sometimes wilder and stronger than it was before the fire. And if you stay there, in that shine within yourself, that new place for the light, forgiving everything and never giving up, sooner or later you'll always find yourself right back there where love and beauty made the world: at the beginning. The beginning. The beginning. #Quote by Gregory David Roberts
See Where Things Go quotes by Ashlee Simpson
#32. Being a mom's so empowering and incredible. I'm one of those people who believes that life brings things to you at a certain time for a certain reason, and if you just go with it, that's where the best moments come from. #Quote by Ashlee Simpson
See Where Things Go quotes by Kristen Ashley
#33. It was silly, but I couldn't let go of the hope that one day he'd walk in, look at me, smile and maybe pop
by my table to have a chat where I would boggle his mind with my brilliance. I'd charm him with my
manner. Then he'd ask me out on a date. At the end of which, maybe, hopefully, I'd finally be able to
touch his hair (amongst other things).
This never happened. #Quote by Kristen Ashley
See Where Things Go quotes by Staci Hart
#34. Life is short, so short, so precious, every minute, every day. Don't let the people you love, the people who make you happy, the people who bring you joy - don't let them go. Hang on to them, even when it hurts. When it seems impossible. Hold on to the things that breathe life into you. Listen to your soul and honor what it tells you. Live. Fight for what you love. Because one day, you'll be where I am, and in that moment I want you to look back gladly, with no regrets. #Quote by Staci Hart
See Where Things Go quotes by Bill Bryson
#35. [Australia] is the home of the largest living thing on earth, the Great Barrier Reef, and of the largest monolith, Ayers Rock (or Uluru to use its now-official, more respectful Aboriginal name). It has more things that will kill you than anywhere else. Of the world's ten most poisonous snakes, all are Australian. Five of its creatures - the funnel web spider, box jellyfish, blue-ringed octopus, paralysis tick, and stonefish - are the most lethal of their type in the world. This is a country where even the fluffiest of caterpillars can lay you out with a toxic nip, where seashells will not just sting you but actually sometimes go for you ... If you are not stung or pronged to death in some unexpected manner, you may be fatally chomped by sharks or crocodiles, or carried helplessly out to sea by irresistible currents, or left to stagger to an unhappy death in the baking outback. It's a tough place. #Quote by Bill Bryson
See Where Things Go quotes by Rachel Hawthorne
#36. He turned around and looked at me really intently.
At my eyes. He must like my eyes! He looked away, then looked back at me. He couldn't keep his eyes off my face. His brow furrowed slightly, and it looked like he was biting back a smile.
"Guess we should go eat, huh?" he finally said.
"Oh, yeah." I sounded startled. So uncool.
"Is there someplace I can wash my hands?"
Jason hitched up that one intriguing corner of his mouth. "Where is it?"
"Oh, right! It connects the two bedrooms on this side of the hall, although the other room is the junk room, so you don't have to worry about anyone walking in on you. Tiff and I are across the hall and have our own bathroom." Although normally I used the guest bathroom, because Tiffany was always drying things in ours. "For your private bathroom, you can either go through that door there or come into the hallway and get to it that way."
I felt like I was rambling. I wanted to yell, "Someone shut me up! #Quote by Rachel Hawthorne
See Where Things Go quotes by Katy Evans
#37. No, we don't live in a fairy-tale world, but between all the bad things, there are these moments, these people, these glimpses of who we are - good. Who we love. How hard. How true. Which is why we cling to every reminder of that good to steer us back, to find the path to where we want to go. Where we deserve to be. Happy. Free. And loved. #Quote by Katy Evans
See Where Things Go quotes by Orlando Crespo
#38. But Moses said to God, "Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?" And God said, "I will be with you." (Exodus 3:10-12). Moses is asking about his identity when he asks God: "Who am I?" In effect, he is saying, "Are you sending me back to the Pharaoh as an Egyptian prince, as a Jewish slave or as a Midianite shepherd?" This would have huge implications for the words he would use and the approach he woudl take in confronting Pharoah. What is intriguing to me is God never gives him an answer. He simply tells Moses to go and that his presence will be with Moses. God is affirming Moses' triculturalism: "I have created you the way you are, Moses. You are the person that I need for this task right now. Go and I will give you all that you need to accomplish what I have set before you."

God uses us where we are, in all our complexity and confusion, especially in our ethnic identity, and does great and wonderful things through us. #Quote by Orlando Crespo

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