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Spelt Right quotes by Chic Murray
#1. She's a classy girl though, at least all her tattoos are spelt right. #Quote by Chic Murray
Spelt Right quotes by Chris Manby
#2. There is never a right time to break someone's heart. And anyone with even a microgram of sensitivity in his or her body will agonise for an age over that timing. Only problem is there is always some reason not to make someone unhappy. The day a relationship end, if that relationship was at all important to the suckers involved, becomes as important an anniversary as a wedding day or birthday.
Obviously, the average person doesn't want to kick someone they once loved while that person is down.
It's not just hard times when someone is down that become obstacles to making your getaway. After times of bereavement, unemployment and general unhappiness, those events that should be happy ones also make some times off limits for the eager would- be dumper. Christmas, birthdays, Easter all impossible. A clever person with a sensitive lover that they sense is not quite as into them as he or she used to be, could starve off the inevitable for years by carefully spacing out this crucial dates. #Quote by Chris Manby
Spelt Right quotes by Louise Candlish
#3. There was no trap involved, no trick: he was a wolf in wolf's clothing. And I went right up to his door and asked him his name. #Quote by Louise Candlish
Spelt Right quotes by Meister Eckhart
#4. You should observe, and have observed, in which direction God urges you most of all to go, for, as St. Paul says, not all people are called to follow the same path to God. If you find then that the shortest way for you does not lie in many outward works, great endurance and privation (which things are in any case of little importance unless we are particularly called to them by God or unless we have sufficient strength to perform them without disrupting our inner life), if you do not find these things right for you, then be at peace and have little to do with them.

But then you might say: if they are not important, why did our forebears, including many saints, do these things? Consider this: if our Lord gave them this particular kind of devotional practice, then he also gave them the strength to carry it through, and it was this which pleased him and which was their greatest achievement. For God has not linked our salvation with any particular kind of devotion . . . Not everyone can follow the same way, nor can all people follow only one way, nor can we follow all the different ways or everyone else's way . . . It is the same with following the severe life-style of such saints. You should love their way and find it appealing, even though you do not have to follow their example. #Quote by Meister Eckhart
Spelt Right quotes by Fred Saberhagen
#5. I had immediate success in the sense that I sold something right off the bat. I thought it was going to be a piece of cake and it really wasn't. I have drawers full of - or I did have - drawers full of rejection slips. #Quote by Fred Saberhagen
Spelt Right quotes by John Lennon
#6. You tell me it's the institution.
Well, you know, you'd better free you mind instead.
But if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao, you ain't going to make it with anyone anyhow.
Don't you know it's gonna be all right? #Quote by John Lennon
Spelt Right quotes by Dion Fortune
#7. The difference between magic and meditation methods is the difference between drugs and diet - medicines will do swiftly what diet can only effect slowly, and in critical cases there is no time to wait for the slow processes of dietetics, so it must be either medicines or nothing. Nevertheless, drugs are no substitute for right diet and wholesome regime, and although magic enables a speedy and potent result to be attained, is is only by means of right understanding and right ethics that the position which has been won can be held. #Quote by Dion Fortune
Spelt Right quotes by Rick Riordan
#8. Her eyes were luminous gold. I wondered if that was the last color a bug saw when it was trapped in amber - and if the bug thought, wow, that's beautiful, right before it was frozen forever. #Quote by Rick Riordan
Spelt Right quotes by Robert M. Pirsig
#9. Can I have a motorcycle when I get old enough?"
"If you take care of it."
"What do you have to do?"
"Lot's of things. You've been watching me."
"Will you show me all of them?"
"Is it hard?"
"Not if you have the right attitudes. It's having the right attitudes that's hard."
After a while I see he is sitting down again. Then he says, "Dad?"
"Will I have the right attitudes?"
"I think so," I say. "I don't think that will be any problem at all. #Quote by Robert M. Pirsig
Spelt Right quotes by Ayn Rand
#10. He lost, for that moment, all the days and dogmas of his past; his concepts, his problems, his pain were wiped out; he knew only - as from a great, clear distance - that man exists for the achievement of his desires, and he wondered why he stood here, he wondered who had the right to demand that he waste a single irreplaceable hour of his life, when his only desire was to seize the slender figure in gray and hold her through the length of whatever time there was left for him to exist. #Quote by Ayn Rand
Spelt Right quotes by Lisa Renee Jones
#11. I don't know where he begins and where I end, but maybe that's the glory of who we've become. We begin and end together. We're a puzzle that fits perfectly together, where we fit nowhere else. And right now we're seeking peace in the only place we know to look - each other. #Quote by Lisa Renee Jones
Spelt Right quotes by Sam Harris
#12. have never come across a coherent notion of bad or good, right or wrong, desirable or undesirable that did not depend upon some change in the experience of conscious creatures. It is not always easy to nail down what we mean by "good" and "bad" - and their definitions may remain perpetually open to revision - but such judgments seem to require, in every instance, that some difference register at the level of experience. Why would it be wrong to murder a billion human beings? Because so much pain and suffering would result. Why would it be wrong to painlessly kill every man, woman, and child in their sleep? Because of all the possibilities for future happiness that would be foreclosed. If you think such actions are wrong primarily because they would anger God or would lead to your punishment after death, you are still worried about perturbations of consciousness - albeit ones that stand a good chance of being wholly imaginary. #Quote by Sam Harris
Spelt Right quotes by Alexander Berkman
#13. The man who can face vilification and disgrace, who can stand up against the popular current, even against his friends and his country when he know he is right, who can defy those in authority over him, who can take punishment and prison and remain steadfast-that is a man of courage. The fellow whom you taunt as a 'slacker' because he refuses to turn murderer-he needs courage. But do you need much courage just to obey orders, to do as you are told and to fall in line with thousands of others to the tune of general approval and the Star Spangled Banner? #Quote by Alexander Berkman
Spelt Right quotes by Shonda Rhimes
#14. Perfect is boring and dreams are not real. Just do. So you think, "I wish I could travel." Great. Sell your crappy car, buy a ticket to Bangkok, and go. Right now. I'm serious. #Quote by Shonda Rhimes
Spelt Right quotes by Reginald Hill
#15. Pace doesn't mean speed; it means the right speed. Diagnosis and cure are simple. If you've reached where you want to be in your story too quickly, ask yourself what you've left out. If you've come to a certain point too slowly, ask yourself what kept you so long. #Quote by Reginald Hill
Spelt Right quotes by Heather Graham Pozzessere
#16. I can always track my career by the children - I started writing right after the 14-year-old was born, and sold my first book just in time to pay for the birth of the 12-year-old. #Quote by Heather Graham Pozzessere
Spelt Right quotes by Huntley Fitzpatrick
#17. The right thing to do is so easy to see when you're seventeen years old and don't have to make any big decisions. When you know that no matter what you do, someone will take care of you and fix everything. But when you're grown up, the world is not that black and white, and the right thing doesn't a tidy little arrow pointing to it. #Quote by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Spelt Right quotes by Andrew Sean Greer
#18. People always say the greatest love story in the world is Romeo and Juliet. I don't know. At fourteen, at seventeen, I remember, it takes over your whole life." Alice was worked up now, her face flushed and alive, her hands cutting through the night-blooming air. "You think about nobody, nothing else, you don't eat or sleep, you just think about this ... it's overwhelming. I know, I remember. But is it love? Like how you have cheap brandy when you're young and you think it's marvelous, just so elegant, and you don't know, you don't know anything ... because, you've never tasted anything better. You're fourteen."
It was no time for lying. "I think it's love"
You do?"
I think maybe it's the only true love."
She was about to say something, and stopped herself. I'd surprised her, I suppose. "How sad if you're right," she said, closing her eyes for a moment. "Because we never end up with them. How sad and stupid if that's how it works. #Quote by Andrew Sean Greer
Spelt Right quotes by Billie Joe Armstrong
#19. One thing I can't do is do anything half-assed. I want to make sure everything is right, that the song is fully realized. #Quote by Billie Joe Armstrong
Spelt Right quotes by Diana Palmer
#20. Guilt. Torment. Sorrow. Shock. Which?" she asked against his chest.
"I'm trying," he murmured on a weary chuckle. "But all I can manage is pride," he added softly. "I satisfied you completely, didn't I?"
"More than completely," she murmured against his damp shoulder. Her hand traced his chest, feeling the coolness of his skin, the ripple of muscle. "Hold me close."
He wrapped both arms around her and drew her on top of him, holding her hungrily to him, their legs lazily entwined. "I seduced you."
She pressed a soft kiss to his collarbone. "Mmm-hmm."
He caught his breath as the tiny, insignificant movement produced a sudden, raging arousal.
She lifted her head. "Did I do something wrong?"
He lifted an eyebrow and nodded toward his flat stomach. She followed his amused glance and caught her breath.
He drew her mouth down over his and kissed her ferociously before he sat up and moved off the bed.
"Where are you going?" she asked, startled.
He drew on his briefs and his slacks, glancing down at her with amused delight. "One of us has to be sensible," he told her. "Colby's probably on his way back right now."
"But he just left…"
"Almost an hour ago," he finished for her, nodding toward the clock on the bedside table.
She sat up, her eyes wide with surprise.
"I took a long time with you," he said gently. "Didn't you notice?"
She laughed self-consciously. "Well, yes, but I didn't realize it was that long."
#Quote by Diana Palmer
Spelt Right quotes by Marcel H. Van Herpen
#21. During the Russia-NATO Council session in Bucharest in April 2008, Putin called Ukraine "a complex state formation. If the NATO issue is added there," he said, "along with other problems, this may bring Ukraine to the verge of existence as a sovereign state."

Later during the same summit, in a discussion with U.S. President George Bush, Putin said that Ukraine was "not a real country." This is clearly light-years away from the "common principles" laid down in the Founding Act, signed by Russia and the members of NATO in 1997, in which Russia had recognized the inherent right of all countries "to choose the means to ensure their own security." Putin's declaration was a scarcely veiled threat that Russia would intervene if Ukraine decided to join NATO.

Doubts on Ukraine's viability as a sovereign state were expressed on many occasions by leading Russians. On March 16, 2009, the Kremlin ideologue Gleb Pavlovsky wrote in the Russkiy Zhurnal, a Russian online magazine of which he is the owner, an article titled: "Will Ukraine Lose Its Sovereignty?" This article was followed four days later by an interview with Sergey Karaganov, the éminence grise of the Russian foreign policy community and head of the Presidium of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy. This article had the title: "No One Needs Monsters. Desovereignization of Ukraine." Karaganov depicted Ukraine as a failed state that was in a process of "passive desovereignization." The process was, howev #Quote by Marcel H. Van Herpen
Spelt Right quotes by Elias Hicks
#22. The more strictly and faithfully every man and woman lives up to the guidance and teaching of this Inward Anointing - and never turns aside to the right hand or left for the precepts and traditions of men - the more instruction and help they afford one another. #Quote by Elias Hicks
Spelt Right quotes by Cecelia Ahern
#23. People can never own people but whether I can be with him or not right now, the answer is no. Not now. Maybe in another time. #Quote by Cecelia Ahern
Spelt Right quotes by Jennifer Lane
#24. Roger said, 'I don't know about having a shrink around all the time. Are you analyzing me right now?'
Sophie rolled her eyes. 'How original. No, I'm not analyzing you. It'd take a whole team of shrinks to figure out your crazy ass, and I simply don't have the time or energy. #Quote by Jennifer Lane
Spelt Right quotes by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
#25. Love comes like lightning, and disappears the same way. If you are lucky, it strikes you right. If not, you'll spend your life yearning for a man you can't have. #Quote by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Spelt Right quotes by Ben Bradlee
#26. The really tough thing would have been to decide to take Woodward and Bernstein off the story. They were carrying the coal for us - in that their stories were right. #Quote by Ben Bradlee
Spelt Right quotes by Jim Butcher
#27. There was a click of high heels in the hall behind us, and a young woman appeared. She was pretty enough, I suspected, but in the tight black dress, black hose, and with her hair slicked back like that, it was sort of threatening. She gave me a slow, cold look and said, "So. I see that you're keeping low company after all, Ravenius."
Ever suave, I replied, "Uh. What?"
"'Ah-ree," Thomas said.
I glanced at him.
He put his hand flat on the top of his head and said, "Do this."
I peered at him.
He gave me a look.
I sighed and put my hand on the top of my head.
The girl in the black dress promptly did the same thing and gave me a smile. "Oh, right, sorry. I didn't realize."
"I will be back in one moment," Thomas said, his accent back. "Personal business."
"Right," she said, "sorry. I figured Ennui had stumbled onto a subplot." She smiled again, then took her hand off the top of her head, reassumed that cold, haughty expression, and stalked clickety-clack back to the bistro.
I watched her go, turned to my brother while we both stood there with our hands flat on top of our heads, elbows sticking out like chicken wings, and said, "What does this mean?"
"We're out of character," Thomas said.
"Oh," I said. "And not a subplot."
"If we had our hands crossed over our chests," Thomas said, "we'd be invisible."
"I missed dinner," I said. I put my other hand on my stomach. Then, just to prove that I could, I patted my #Quote by Jim Butcher
Spelt Right quotes by Danielle L. Jensen
#28. Even though I'd been terrified and in pain, I'd thought he was handsome. Except that wasn't even a strong enough word: he was beautiful in a way that was almost painful. Flawless in a way that seemed surreal, like a figment of imagination. So perfect, it was off-putting, because while it was something that could be worshipped, it wasn't something that could be touched or loved. He'd been snide, nasty, and wicked, and I'd loathed him. Except even then I'd sensed something wasn't right, that there was a mismatch between what I was seeing and hearing and what I felt. It was this mismatch that made him captivating, and even as I was grasping for ways to escape, the need to know more about him had lurked in my heart. #Quote by Danielle L. Jensen
Spelt Right quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#29. My second point, in fact, was something the convicts had taught me. They all believed that the White people who insisted that it was their Constitutional right to keep military weapons in their homes all looked forward to the day when they could shot Americans who didn't have what they had, who didn't look like their friends and relatives, in a sort of open-air shooting gallery we used to call in Vietnam a "Free Fire Zone." You could shoot anything that moved, for the good of the greater society, which was always someplace far away, like Paradise. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Spelt Right quotes by Lena Williams
#30. Blacks are supposed to rejoice whenever our way of life becomes more mainstream. We seldom do. For we see in it a sanctioning that can only be granted by white society. In other words: If you're white, it's all right. If you're black, step back. #Quote by Lena Williams
Spelt Right quotes by LL Cool J
#31. Sometimes altering your position is the right thing. Sometimes it's not. #Quote by LL Cool J
Spelt Right quotes by Stevie Ray Vaughan
#32. If you hit the front end on the right-hand side you could turn that one on by itself and if you hit on the left-hand side you could turn it on and off. And in the middle it was like serious overdrive. #Quote by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Spelt Right quotes by Tara Brach
#33. The intimacy that arises in listening and speaking truth is only possible if we can open to the vulnerability of our own hearts. Breathing in, contacting the life that is right here, is our first step. Once we have held ourselves with kindness, we can touch others in a vital and healing way. #Quote by Tara Brach
Spelt Right quotes by Menna Van Praag
#34. You know, some people don't see the things right under their noses. They mistake the everyday for what's ordinary and unimportant. #Quote by Menna Van Praag
Spelt Right quotes by Kirk Ferentz
#35. I learned a long time ago that at the end of the day, the only stat that counts is points, The other ones are significant, but I'd much rather have the right score on the board. At the end of the day, that's what we're worried about. #Quote by Kirk Ferentz
Spelt Right quotes by Patrick Carman
#36. There's a hell all right. It's just not where people say it is ... It's here. It's life, or it's what we turn life into, I guess. It's like we have to pass through all this painful stuff to get to where we're supposed to be, on the other side. #Quote by Patrick Carman
Spelt Right quotes by Kimberly Lauren
#37. Quinn, a little heads up next time would be awesome. You know, just a little text message saying, 'Oh, by the way, when you get home, there will be two way too hot for human kind identical freaking twins, living right next door.' Something like that, no big deal. #Quote by Kimberly Lauren
Spelt Right quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#38. You think it's because they're lying? Nonsense! I like it when people lie! Lying is man's only privilege over all other organisms. If you lie--you get to the truth! Lying is what makes me a man. Not one truth has ever been reached without first lying fourteen times or so, maybe a hundred and fourteen, and that's honorable in its way; well, but we can't even lie with our own minds! Lie to me, but in your own way, and I'll kiss you for it. Lying in one's own way is almost better than telling the truth in someone else's way; in the first case you're a man, and in the second - no better than a bird! The truth won't go away, but life can be nailed shut; there are examples. Well, so where are we all now? With regard to science, development, thought, invention, ideals, aspirations, liberalism, reason, experience, and everything, everything, everything, we're all, without exception, still sitting in the first grade! We like getting by on other people's reason--we've acquired a taste for it! Right? Am I right? #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Spelt Right quotes by Stormey Ramdhan
#39. knew I had to walk with my head up, and learned that I'm a human and that we are capable of mistakes, disappointments, the right to change our mind and we have the right to change what we want to in life. #Quote by Stormey Ramdhan
Spelt Right quotes by Charles M. Schulz
#40. Aunt Marion was right ... Never marry a musician, and never answer the door. #Quote by Charles M. Schulz
Spelt Right quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
#41. In the spring, Jeeves, a livelier iris gleams upon the burnished dove."
"So I have been informed, sir."
"Right ho! Then bring me my whangee, my yellowest shoes, and the old green Homburg. I'm going into the Park to do pastoral dances. #Quote by P.G. Wodehouse
Spelt Right quotes by Alex Adam
#42. The right things often happen for the wrong reason. #Quote by Alex Adam
Spelt Right quotes by Yasmin Mogahed
#43. We all want love. From God, and from the creation. We are all running towards something. Ironically, the more we run after the creation, the more the creation runs away from us! As soon as we stop running after the creation, and reorient, as soon as we start running towards God, the creation runs after us. It's a simple, simple formula: Run towards the creation, you lose God and the creation. Run towards God, you gain God *and* the creation. Allah is "Al Wadood" (The Source of Love). Therefore, love comes from God - not people. "To acquire love…fill yourself up with it until you become a magnet." When you fill yourself with the Source of love (Al Wadood), you become a magnet for love. Allah teaches us this in the beautiful hadith Qudsi: "If Allah has loved a servant [of His], He calls Gabriel and says: "I love so-and-so, therefore love him.'" He (the Prophet pbuh) said: "So Gabriel then loves him. Then he (Gabriel) calls out in Heaven, saying: 'Allah loves so-and-so, therefore love him.' And the inhabitants of Heaven love him. Then acceptance is established for him on earth." [Bukhari, Malik, & Tirmidhi] We're all running. But so few of us are running in the right direction. We have the same goal. But to get there, we need to stop. And examine if we are running towards the Source–or just a reflection. #Quote by Yasmin Mogahed
Spelt Right quotes by Tove Jansson
#44. Thingumy whispered something again. The Hemulen nodded. "It's a secret," he said. "Thingumy and Bob think the Contents is the most beautiful thing in the world, but the Groke just thinks it's the most expensive."
The Snork nodded many times and wrinkled his forehead. "This is a difficult case," he said. Thingumy and Bob have reasoned correctly, but they have acted wrongly. Right is right. #Quote by Tove Jansson
Spelt Right quotes by Rutherford B. Hayes
#45. No officer should be required or permitted to take part in the management of political organizations, caucuses, conventions, or election campaigns. Their right to vote and to express their views on public questions, either orally or through the press, is not denied, provided it does not interfere with the discharge of their official duties. No assessment for political purposes on officers or subordinates should be allowed. #Quote by Rutherford B. Hayes
Spelt Right quotes by Ernst Haas
#46. My theory of composition? Simple: do not release the shutter until everything in the viewfinder feels just right. #Quote by Ernst Haas

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