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Speculators Digest quotes by Reader's Digest Association
#1. Regret for the things you have done can be tempered with time, It's regret for the things you have not doen that is inconsolable. #Quote by Reader's Digest Association
Speculators Digest quotes by T.D. Jakes
#2. If only we could realize that our purpose is to be caretakers. We are responsible for leading our flock to the place where the grass is green, but it is up to them to eat! We cannot be responsible for how much they digest. We cannot make people mature. #Quote by T.D. Jakes
Speculators Digest quotes by John Rogers
#3. Other generations faced big challenges: the Industrial Revolution with its sweeping social and economic changes; abolishing slavery; defeating fascism; establishing civil rights for all. The generations now alive must solve the 'money problem'. We must reclaim money from the speculators and restore it to its role as a medium for trade that serves us all. #Quote by John Rogers
Speculators Digest quotes by Seth Klarman
#4. In contrast to the speculators preoccupation with rapid gain, value investors demonstrate their risk aversion by striving to avoid loss. #Quote by Seth Klarman
Speculators Digest quotes by Ekamdeep Singh
#5. Just gaze awhile on everyone,
You cannot find the fanning wings,
The soft and rosy pleasures;
Destiny plays! This is destiny.
A time comes with the dwindling elation,
To digest in the dreary sharp edges, Accompanied with rough masses, Where the level of surge increases to the topmost! #Quote by Ekamdeep Singh
Speculators Digest quotes by Alfred Nobel
#6. A heart can no more be forced to love than a stomach can be forced to digest food by persuasion. #Quote by Alfred Nobel
Speculators Digest quotes by Tsultrim Allione
#7. Beyond Words is an exceptionally useful and inspiring digest of Dzogchen (Great Perfection) teachings and the teachers associated with them. The ancient prediction that Dzogchen would benefit many during these degenerate times, makes this comprehensive introduction especially relevant. The authors have made these profound teachings accessible and Beyond Words will be useful to both inexperienced and seasoned readers. #Quote by Tsultrim Allione
Speculators Digest quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#8. A hearty meal is easier to digest than one that is too small. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
Speculators Digest quotes by Jeanne Marie Bouvier De La Motte Guyon
#9. Whatever truth you have chosen, read only a small portion of it, endeavouring to taste and digest it, to extract the essence and substance thereof, and proceed no farther while any savour or relish remains in the passage: when this subsides, pick up your book again and proceed as before, seldom reading more than half a page at a time, for it is not the quantity that is read, but the manner of reading, that yields us profit. #Quote by Jeanne Marie Bouvier De La Motte Guyon
Speculators Digest quotes by Lee Boudreaux
#10. KA: What is your basic process working with a writer?

LB: I read a manuscript very quickly first, then I sit down the second time and start reading very carefully and do the detail work, the minute hammering on every page. At this point, I know where the story goes so I'm looking for holes. I'm looking for anything that doesn't add up. The best way to edit is to live entirely in the world as much as you can. Before I had a child I would edit ten hours on Friday ten hours on Saturday and ten hours on Sunday (obviously I had no hobbies or any nee to go outdoors). You knew everything about the book. You were in tune with every character. You have the voice in your head. Then the author gets a hugely marked up manuscript with all these little scribbles. I'm asking them every question that occurs to me. I give them as much time as they want to sit and digest it. Again, this is one of the reasons I like working far in advance. I have time with the manuscript and they have time with the manuscript. I'm happy to let them work in peace and quiet.

Then we go back and forth as long as is helpful to them. They do the revision and it lands on my desk again. I read it again beginning to end. I assume it doesn't need a line edit at that point, although I tend to read with a pencil in my hand. There could be one big thing still sticking in your craw that didn't get fixed, so you just roll up your sleeves… #Quote by Lee Boudreaux
Speculators Digest quotes by William Shakespeare
#11. This rudeness is a sauce to his good wit,
Which gives men stomach to digest his words
With better appetite. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Speculators Digest quotes by Michael Specter
#12. The passengers in our microbiome contain at least four million genes, and they work constantly on our behalf: they manufacture vitamins and patrol our guts to prevent infections; they help to form and bolster our immune systems, and digest food. #Quote by Michael Specter
Speculators Digest quotes by Gary Weiss
#13. The problem with the focus on speculators, as was demonstrated during the financial crisis, is that it tends to divert attention from the real villains. During the financial crisis, the villains were the actions of the banks, not the speculators betting on bank share prices. #Quote by Gary Weiss
Speculators Digest quotes by Lawrence Durrell
#14. No one thing can explain everything; though everything can illuminate something. God, I must be still drunk. If God were anything he would be an art. Sculpture or medicine. But the immense extension of knowledge in this our age, the growth of new sciences, makes it almost impossible for us to digest the available flavours and put them to use. #Quote by Lawrence Durrell
Speculators Digest quotes by Lucas Regazzi
#15. Perhaps you're fascinated
by the contours of my cheeks
with skin like bed sheets that
hide all of the complexities of what's underneath,
and present an image of simplicity
(that is easier to digest than
skipping heart beats for hairy legs).

I wonder if
these next six nights
of not having to feel
so alone will make you
wondrous in keeping me
as a bedside table:
to place your hard times on
before you get the forty winks
your eyes need
to glisten in the midday light of my

And it's hard to
fall back into sleep
when I've fallen in love
with studying the one that lies next to me.
I wonder if you've found landscapes in my
elbows like I've found
ebbing tides in your forehead.

Perhaps your love for me is fleeting,
and you'll have moments where you
consider tearing yourself even further apart,
but as soon as it's possible
you close your eyes again,
fall out of the thought
and back into sleep.

But, perhaps you'll keep me as a bedside table:
to place your brain things in my cupboards,
to place your step dad in my cupboards,
to place your sad eyes in my drawers,
to put your heart ache in my
mouth, your desire for love in bite marks on my
neck, and your misty breath in my

whispering 'you are so important to me'.
-Bedside Table #Quote by Lucas Regazzi
Speculators Digest quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#16. Those who draw their sustenance from science are blessed. It is for me to only derive an occasional pleasure. This is nothing worthy of conceit, but I am indeed touched by the joys. This book is an ode to such joys, a digest of my collections from various sources. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Speculators Digest quotes by Ayize Jama-Everett
#17. I didn't just feel it; I recorded each and every sensation. I can replicate each one. I will. I'll play it back plus ten for the pastardthat caused my love to fall. And before they go down, I'll wet the concrete with their brain mattter. I'll explode their marrow out of their bones and make a mess of their capillaries. I'll make a paste of their eyes, Yasmine, I promise. I'll make them bleed from their ears and turn their digestive system against them. They'll digest their own organs. I'll increase their pain receptors so that their clothes feel like sandpaper. I'll make their own breath soun d like a DC-10 is landing in their chest. I'll fill their longs with every excessive fluid in their body I can find. I'll make a decomposing mess of them, I swear I will. They'll pray to gods they don't belive in for the pain to end before I explode each taste bud in their mough and inflame their genitals with the stray parasites they immune system usually fights off. #Quote by Ayize Jama-Everett
Speculators Digest quotes by Percy Bysshe Shelley
#18. We want the creative faculty to imagine that which we know; we want the generous impulse to act that which we imagine; we want the poetry of life: our calculations have outrun conception; we have eaten more than we can digest. The #Quote by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Speculators Digest quotes by Gail Z. Martin
#19. I always send new writers to 'Writer's Digest Books' line-up of how-to books. I read them all when I was starting out, and they were very helpful. #Quote by Gail Z. Martin
Speculators Digest quotes by Victor Hugo
#20. I propose a toast to mirth; be merry! Let us complete our course of law by folly and eating! Indigestion and the digest. let Justinian be the male, and Feasting, the female! Joy the depths! Live, O creation! The world is a great diamond. I am happy. The birds are astonishing. What a festival everywhere! The nightingale is a gratuitous Elleviou.
Summer, I salute thee! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Speculators Digest quotes by Leonardo Da Vinci
#21. Oh! Speculators on things, boast not of knowing the things that nature ordinarily brings about; but rejoice if you know the end of those things which you yourself device. #Quote by Leonardo Da Vinci
Speculators Digest quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#22. Inflation made it possible to divert the fury of the people to 'speculators' and 'profiteers'. Thus it proved itself an excellent psychological resource of the destructive and annihilist war policy. #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
Speculators Digest quotes by Nicole Ari Parker
#23. I enjoy using coconut oil - not only for my skin and hair, but I'll digest it. #Quote by Nicole Ari Parker
Speculators Digest quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#24. Let the tutor not merely require a verbal account of what the boy has been taught but the meaning and the substance of it: let him judge how the child has profited from it not from the evidence of his memory but from that of his life. Let him take what the boy has just learned and make him show him dozens of different aspects of it and then apply it to just as many different subjects, in order to find out whether he has really grasped it and make it part of himself, judging the boy's progress by what Plato taught about education. Spewing up food exactly as you have swallowed it is evidence of a failure to digest and assimilate it; the stomach has not done its job if, during concoction, it fails to change the substance and the form of what it is given. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Speculators Digest quotes by Alice Oswald
#25. Topsoil is a place of digestion. It sucks and chews things into smaller pieces. When it's hungry, it turns grey and stony; when it's thirsty, it opens thousands of cracked lips. Subsoil is more skeletal: it doesn't digest. #Quote by Alice Oswald
Speculators Digest quotes by Carl Friedrich Von Rumohr
#26. Dull witted brooding people love to stuff themselves with quantities of heavy food, just like animals for fattening. Bubbly intellectual people love foods which stimulate the taste buds without overloading the belly. Profound, meditative people prefer neutral foods which do not have an assertive flavor and are not difficult to digest, and therefore do not demand too much attention. #Quote by Carl Friedrich Von Rumohr
Speculators Digest quotes by Tony Hendra
#27. Pastor Bob's breakthrough twenty years earlier had been the discovery that while Americans were hungry for spiritual nourishment, they wanted it bland and easy to digest - the religious equivalent of fast food. All that New Testament stuff about self-sacrifice and forgiveness puzzled them mightily. So Pastor Bob preached the Christian virtues of feeling good, relieving stress, getting rich, and hiring abundant deadly force to protect the good people from the bad. #Quote by Tony Hendra
Speculators Digest quotes by Jojo Moyes
#28. Are you still with this man?
On no, She sniffed. I realized pretty quickly I couldn't marry a man without a bookshelf.
No bookshelf?
In his house. Not even a little one in his loo for the Reader's Digest.
Many people in this country don't read books.
He didn't have one book. Not even a true crime. Or a Jeffrey Archer. I mean, what does that tell you about someone's character? #Quote by Jojo Moyes
Speculators Digest quotes by Porochista Khakpour
#29. The radical is simply being given more room in the mainstream. And I think young people - I'm talking about the very young millennials - they are bored by so much so fast and have such fast big brains, that they won't digest lazy uninteresting work in the way my generation might have. This is a great opportunity for those on the fringe to be less on the fringe perhaps. #Quote by Porochista Khakpour
Speculators Digest quotes by Sunday Adelaja
#30. Nothing you hear or read will be of any benefit to you unless you meditate and digest it
deeply. #Quote by Sunday Adelaja
Speculators Digest quotes by Issa Rae
#31. You know, even with the 'Awkward Black Girl' episodes, they come out once a month. That's great for me, it's comfortable, it gives each time to digest, time for new people to get on to it and caught up, but oftentimes I have people who are almost demanding a higher output from me. #Quote by Issa Rae
Speculators Digest quotes by Gordon Brown
#32. The motto of the old order in the City of London was, 'My word is my bond,' but the financial crisis revealed a culture quite alien to that heritage. The stewards of people's money were revealed to have been speculators with it. #Quote by Gordon Brown
Speculators Digest quotes by Arthur Lynch
#33. Children should not be coddled in their intellectual training any more than in their physical; and though the studies should be made interesting the interest should arise out of the studies themselves. We have bred a generation that cannot digest anything intellectual but tablets of peptonized food. One sees that in the popular papers with their brevity, still increasing in brevity as far as brevity can increase, and in the capacity for thought of our rulers. #Quote by Arthur Lynch

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