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Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila Heti
#1. I died. When a person is a chicken who crosses the road to get to the other side, and that is how she dies, then her life is a joke. Well, that is how I died - as a chicken crossing the road to get to the other side.

When I crossed the road that day, it was to the other side I was heading - that was how much despair I felt, our fight still in my mind. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side. A suicide. The other side is death. Everyone knows that, right? #Quote by Sheila Heti
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila McGregor
#2. Most [Shetland patterns] are fairly small and simple, as textile patterns go. Almost all are symmetrical, with eight smaller parts. As a result, most are geometric rather than representational. ...
One last feature, less easy to define but easy enough to recognise ... is the liking for little motifs and for a pattern to be 'finished'. #Quote by Sheila McGregor
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Paul Murray
#3. Irish-looking,' Halley said, by which she meant a collection of indistinct features - pale skin, mousy hair, general air of ill-health - that combine to mysteriously powerful romantic effect. #Quote by Paul Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila E.
#4. She wants to lead the glamorous life, but without love, it ain't much. #Quote by Sheila E.
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Gell-Mann
#5. As a theoretical physicist, I feel at once proud and humble at the thought of the illustrious figures that have preceded me here to receive the greatest of all honors in science, the Nobel prize. #Quote by Murray Gell-Mann
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#6. Paul felt deeply for the unity of the body of Christ. He was convinced that unity could only be reached by the exercise of love and prayer. #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
#7. I don't care whether I succeed or whether I fail as long as I am trying. I hope that I succeed. #Quote by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
#8. One gem from that ocean is worth all the pebbles from earthly streams. #Quote by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Keith Murray
#9. My girlfriend says that I thrash throughout the night, for longer periods than are generally accepted as corresponding to REM sleep, and she often has to move to the couch to get any sort of rest before she goes to work in the morning. #Quote by Keith Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Don Murray
#10. I write every day for two hours. But it's what I do for the other twenty-two hours that allows me to write. #Quote by Don Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Gell-Mann
#11. Sometimes the probabilities are very close to certainties, but they're never really certainties. #Quote by Murray Gell-Mann
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Paul Murray
#12. The stories we read in books, what's presented to us as being interesting - they have very little to do with real life as it's lived today. I'm not talking about straight-up escapism, your vampires, serial killers, codes hidden in paintings, and so on. I mean so-called serious literature. A boy goes hunting with his emotionally volatile father, a bereaved woman befriends an asylum seeker, a composer with a rare neurological disorder walks around New York, thinking about the nature of art. People looking back over their lives, people having revelations, people discovering meaning. Meaning, that's the big thing. The way these books have it, you trip over a rock you'll find some hidden meaning waiting there. Everyone's constantly on the verge of some soul-shaking transformation. And it's - if you'll forgive my language - it's bullshit. Modern people live in a state of distraction. They go from one distraction to the next, and that's how they like it. They don't transform, they don't stop to smell the roses, they don't sit around recollecting long passages of their childhood - Jesus, I can hardly remember what I was doing two days ago. My point is, people aren't waiting to be restored to some ineffable moment. They're not looking for meaning. That whole idea of the novel - that's finished. #Quote by Paul Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#13. blood, I am confident that many would be found to accept #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray N. Rothbard
#14. It is clearly absurd to limit the term 'education' to a person's formal schooling. #Quote by Murray N. Rothbard
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by John Murray
#15. Give the people not hell, but hope and courage. #Quote by John Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by John Murray
#16. The presence of sin in the believer involves conflict in his heart and life. If there is remaining, indwelling sin, there must be the conflict which Paul describes 7:14ff. It is futile to argue that this conflict is not normal. If there is still sin to any degree in one who is indwelt by the Holy Spirit, then there is tension, yes, contradiction, within the heart of that person. Indeed, the more sanctified the person is, the more conformed he is to the image of his Savior, the more he must recoil against every lack of conformity to the holiness of God. The deeper his apprehension of the majesty of God, the more persistent his yearning for the attainment of the prize of the high calling in Christ Jesus, the more conscious will he be of the gravity of the sin which remains and the more poignant will be his detestation of it. #Quote by John Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray N. Rothbard
#17. Not content with the liberal creed of equality of rights, of equality before the law, the socialist State would trample on such equality on behalf of the monstrous and impossible goal of equality or uniformity of results--or rather, would erect a new privileged elite, a new class, in the name of bringing about such an impossible equality. Socialism was a confused and hybrid movement because it tried to achieve the lbieral goals of freedom, peace and industrial harmony and growth--goals which can only be achieved through liberty and the seperation of government from virtuallty--by imposting the old conservative means of statism, collectivism, and hierarchical privilege. #Quote by Murray N. Rothbard
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andy Murray
#18. Not to be occupied with your sin, but to be occupied with God brings deliverance from self. #Quote by Andy Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Joseph Murray
#19. It is probably no exaggeration to suppose that in order to improve such an organ as the eye at all, it must be improved in ten different ways at once. And the improbability of any complex organ being produced and brought to perfection in any such way is an improbability of the same kind and degree as that of producing a poem or a mathematical demonstration by throwing letters at random on a table. #Quote by Joseph Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Walker
#20. And this is the third place car about to lap the second place car. #Quote by Murray Walker
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Walker
#21. I should imagine that the conditions in the cockpit are totally unimaginable. #Quote by Murray Walker
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew   Murray
#22. As surely as the Husbandman made the Vine what it was to be, will He make each branch what it is to be. Our Father is our Husbandman, the Surety for our growth and fruit. [. . .]

He insists upon the truth: Not of itself can the branch bear fruit; except it abide, it cannot bear fruit. "No more can ye, except ye abide in me." [. . .]

Let me learn the lesson. Abiding is to be an act of the will and the whole heart. [ . . . ]

You are the branch. - You need be nothing more. You need not for one single moment of the day take upon you the responsibility of the Vine. You need not leave the place of entire dependence and unbounded confidence.

Abiding in Me is indispensable, for, you know it, of yourselves you can do nothing to maintain or act out the heavenly life. [. . .]

It is the wholehearted surrender in everything to do His will, that gives access to a life in the abiding enjoyment of His love. Obey and abide. [. . .]

The purpose is His, He will carry it out; the fruit is His, He will bring it forth; the abiding is His, He will maintain it. #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Robert Murray McCheyne
#23. Live near to God, and so all things will appear to you little In comparison to eternal realities.
#Quote by Robert Murray McCheyne
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Liz Murray
#24. Shortly after I turned 13, Child Welfare took me into care. I was sent to a residential centre where girls with behavioural problems were 'evaluated'. My time there comes back to me now only in flashes of smells, images and sounds. #Quote by Liz Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila Turnage
#25. For me, it was a Gold Star day. I'd identified an enemy, and I'd made a life decision: I might come home tore up from fighting or late from being punished, but I'd never come home crying. So far, I ain't. #Quote by Sheila Turnage
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Douglas Murray
#26. If somebody has the competency to do something, and the desire to do something, then nothing about their race, sex or sexual orientation should hold them back. But minimizing difference is not the same as pretending difference does not exist. To assume that sex, sexuality and skin colour mean nothing would be ridiculous. But to assume that they mean everything will be fatal. #Quote by Douglas Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Douglas Murray
#27. A succession of philosophers and historians spent their time studiously attempting to say nothing as successfully as possible. The less that was successfully said, the greater the relief and acclaim. No attempt to address any idea, history or fact was able to pass without first being put through the pit-stop of the modern academy. No generality could be attempted and no specific could be uttered. #Quote by Douglas Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Walker
#28. Like everybody, I have invested in things that have gone bad, because there's never any guarantee of success or profit when it comes to money. #Quote by Murray Walker
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila Walsh
#29. It takes deliberate and continuous effort to carve out time in our overfull schedules to listen to the voice of God. #Quote by Sheila Walsh
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#30. Why should a Christian be called upon always to deny himself, his own feeling, and will, and pleasure? Why must he part with his life - that life to maintain which a man is prepared to make any sacrifice? Why should a man hate and lose his life? The answer is very simple. It is because that life is so completely under the power of sin and death that it has to be utterly denied and sacrificed. The self-life must be wholly taken away to make room for the life of God. He that would have the full, the overflowing life of God, must utterly deny and lose his own life. #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Murray Rothbard
#31. Only individuals can desire and act. The existence of an institution such as government becomes meaningful only through influencing the actions of those individuals who are and those who are not considered as members. #Quote by Murray Rothbard
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#32. True happiness is always self-forgetful: it loses itself in the object of its joy. As the joy of the Holy Ghost fills us, and we rejoice in God the Holy One, through our Lord Jesus Christ. [. . .]

Love and joy ever keep company. Love, denying and forgetting itself for the brethren and the lost, living in them, finds the joy of God. 'The kingdom of God is joy in the Holy Ghost. #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Chris Pratt
#33. I'd love to work with Steve Martin. I'd love to work with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd. #Quote by Chris Pratt
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andy Murray
#34. You are always talking about yourself and tennis and how you are feeling. I try to avoid it when I don't have to. #Quote by Andy Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Bill Johnson
#35. If you watch what you think about, you won't have to watch what you talk about. #Quote by Bill Johnson
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#36. The Lord gave the wonderful promise of the free use of His Name with the Father in conjunction with doing His works. The disciple who lives only for Jesus' work and Kingdom, for His will and honor, will be given the power to appropriate the promise. Anyone grasping the promise only when he wants something very special for himself will be disappointed, because he is making Jesus the servant of his own comfort. But whoever wants to pray the effective prayer of faith because he needs it for the work of the Master will learn it, because he has made himself the servant of his Lord's interests. #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Jocelyn Murray
#37. Wounds of the flesh mend with time, but not always those of the soul. They can continue to bleed long after being inflicted, sometimes even festering with bitterness, anger and despair. "You #Quote by Jocelyn Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila Heti
#38. Most people live their entire lives with their clothes on, and even if they wanted to, couldn't take them off. Then there are those who cannot put them on. They are the ones who live their lives not just as people but as examples of people. They are destined to expose every part of themselves, so the rest of us can know what it means to be a human.
Most people lead their private lives. They have been given a natural modesty that feels to them like morality, but it's not
it's luck. They shake their heads at the people with their clothes off rather than learning about human life from their example, but they are wrong to act so superior. Some of us have to be naked, so the rest can be exempted by fate. #Quote by Sheila Heti
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Diana Gabaldon
#39. How should I know?" Jamie said testily. "D'ye think I had anything to do wi' engaging midwives?" Mrs. Martin, the old midwife who had delivered all previous Murray children, had died - like so many others - during the famine in the year following Culloden. Mrs. Innes, the new midwife, was much younger; he hoped she had sufficient experience to know what she was doing. #Quote by Diana Gabaldon
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
#40. It is a sure mark of grace to desire more. #Quote by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila O'Flanagan
#41. was too good to turn down, and so she and Berthe left for the States together. They'd suggested that Carol and Imogen might like to come too, but it would have been almost impossible for Carol to get a work visa, and besides, she was uneasy about raising her daughter in New York. It was Madame Fournier who found her the housekeeper's job in the Delissandes' holiday home in Hendaye, seven hundred kilometres away. There had been tears at their departure, but Imogen didn't remember them. She didn't remember the flight to Biarritz. No matter how hard she tried, her first clear memory was of the gates of the Villa Martine opening and of Denis Delissandes yelling at his sons. The sudden sound of a mobile ringtone startled her so much that she jumped and instinctively put her hand into her bag, before remembering that her phone was in its component parts and scattered around France. At the same time, a man walking out of a doorway took his own phone from his #Quote by Sheila O'Flanagan
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Liz Murray
#42. But avoidance allows you to believe that you're making all kinds of strides when you're not. #Quote by Liz Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Andrew Murray
#43. one word of advice to my reader. It is this. It needs #Quote by Andrew Murray
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
#44. About six years ago, Life magazine ran an article on the historicity of Jesus and I was floored to find that they conceded the only evidence we have for his existence is in the Gospels. But don't take Life's word for it. In his book The Quest of the Historical Jesus, the most definitive study that's ever been done on the subject, Albert Schweitzer admitted that there isn't a shred of conclusive proof that Christ ever lived, let alone was the son of God. He concludes that one must therefore accept both on faith. #Quote by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Wilson Bethel
#45. Who didn't cry at 'The Notebook?' If you didn't cry at 'The Notebook,' something is probably wrong with you. #Quote by Wilson Bethel
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
#46. I never see a sign Licensed to sell spirits without thinking that it is a license to ruin souls. #Quote by Robert Murray M'Cheyne
Sheila Murray Bethel quotes by Sheila Kamerman
#47. What we have seen in the way of adaptation and adjustment seems to indicate that families are adjusting parenting to the world ofwork, rather than the labor markets and industries responding to the parenting and family needs of their employees. #Quote by Sheila Kamerman

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