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Statement In quotes by Terry Eagleton
#1. A poem is a fictional, verbally inventive moral statement in which it is the author, rather than the printer or word processor, who decides where the lines should end. This dreary-sounding definition, unpoetic to a fault, may well turn out to be the best we can do. #Quote by Terry Eagleton
Statement In quotes by Jim Harrison
#2. We Are All One. When we allow ourselves to become aware of this statement in its purest form, we open the doors to reveal the oneness of being. Using the process of conscious evolution we begin to recognise our true underlying identity, for once we have glimpsed the existence of this realm, we then begin to reveal what it is ... our true natural state. #Quote by Jim Harrison
Statement In quotes by Ted Turner
#3. When I got my statement in January, I was worth $2.2 billion. Then I got another statement in August that said I was worth $3.2 billion. So I figure it's only nine months' earnings, who cares? #Quote by Ted Turner
Statement In quotes by Kristin Kimball
#4. I thought about how I must look, wet, red-fingered from cold, cutting a hole in a perfectly good barn for no reason. "I don't want to tell you what to do," Shep began. This, I'd found, was a very common statement in the North Country. You're not considered rude if you don't return phone calls, or if you get drunk while working, or fail to show up as promised, but telling someone how to do something is bad form and requires a disclaimer. #Quote by Kristin Kimball
Statement In quotes by Ian Paisley
#5. I have never made an inflammatory statement in my life #Quote by Ian Paisley
Statement In quotes by Mohsin Hamid
#6. Our coerced silence is the weapon that has been sharpened and brought to our throats.
This is why Nawaz Sharif's statement in defence of Ahmadis met with such an angry response. Because the heart of the issue isn't whether Ahmadis are non-Muslims or not. The heart of the issue is whether Muslims can be silenced by fear.
Because if we can be silenced when it comes to Ahmadis, then we can be silenced when it comes to Shias, we can be silenced when it comes to women, we can be silenced when it comes to dress, we can be silenced when it comes to entertainment, and we can even be silenced when it comes to sitting by ourselves, alone in a room, afraid to think what we think.
That is the point. #Quote by Mohsin Hamid
Statement In quotes by Richard M. Rorty
#7. I now wish that I had spent somewhat more of my life with verse. This is not because I fear having missed out on truths that are incapable of statement in prose. There are no such truths; there is nothing about death that Swinburne and Landor knew but Epicurus and Heidegger failed to grasp. Rather, it is because I would have lived more fully if I had been able to rattle off more old chestnuts  -  just as I would have if I had made more close friends. #Quote by Richard M. Rorty
Statement In quotes by Noel Fisher
#8. 'Hatfields & McCoys' is a very profound statement in what happens when you're unable to let go of hatred and hurt and unable to have any kind of goodness in your life. #Quote by Noel Fisher
Statement In quotes by David A. Bednar
#9. As you endeavor to increase in learning, please remember that the doctrines and principles of the restored gospel should be considered in their totality. In other words, attempting to understand a doctrine or principle by examining a single scripture or prophetic statement in isolation from all else that has been revealed on the subject is generally misguided. True doctrines and principles are emphasized repeatedly in the standard works, by the prophets and apostles, and through the illuminating and confirming power of the Holy Ghost. #Quote by David A. Bednar
Statement In quotes by Jay Besemer
#10. I make work that is many things at once: poems that are prose, that are pictures, that are poem and picture. Actions that are images using poems that are umbrellas. My best work is both/and, in-between, occupying several dimensions simultaneously.
(from my Poetics Statement in Troubling the Line) #Quote by Jay Besemer
Statement In quotes by Adam Garrett
#11. Benjamin Franklin said, "The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason." I disagree. To truly believe Franklin's statement in the simple terms of the quote, not qualified in any capacity, I propose that you would actually have to be insane, particularly in the realm of extreme paranoia. For instance, to merely take a breath of air, one must have some measure of faith in the vast majority of normal circumstances. One must have the faith that there is not any invisible, odorless, & lethal substance that has gone airborne in your area. To eat or drink something prepared by others, such as at a restaurant, one must have the faith that no one has poisoned your food. You can certainly examine your food prior to eating it, but to run a countless number of tests to see if it is poisoned in a way that is undetectable by sight, scent, or taste is ridiculous on a daily basis. Regardless of your belief in God, gods, atheism, or agnosticism, to completely abstain from faith in life as we know it would make the movie "Bubble Boy" seem like child's play. No, Franklin misunderstands faith and in his error has put a box around reason whose exclusion of faith can't rationally exist in order to further try to justify self-determination of morality.

The man who has no faith in anything is unreasonable, and the man who has no reason is incapable of faith. #Quote by Adam Garrett
Statement In quotes by Cressida Cowell
#12. I was thinking,' said Crusher dreamily [...] 'about LANGUAGE and how in English two negatives make a positive, but in spriteish, a double negative is still a negative. However there is NO language in which two positives make a negative ...'
'Yeah right, like THAT'S the problem,' said Xar, sarcastically. 'I hadn't thought of that!' said Crusher in gentle surprise [...]. 'You're correct, Car. "Yeah, right" IS a statement in English where two positives make a negative... #Quote by Cressida Cowell
Statement In quotes by Clay S. Conrad
#13. What is true is that if the opening statements by defense and prosecution give an accurate image of the evidence that will be presented at trial, then it is only logical that the juror's views of the case at the conclusion of the presentation of evidence would be the same as at the end of the opening statement. In light of that fact, it is important for the defense to be scrupulously accurate about what the evidence will show, and give the jurors an ethical framework in which to consider that evidence. The jurors must be empowered to view the evidence from an ethical, as well as a factual, perspective, if they are to deliver an ethically-based verdict. #Quote by Clay S. Conrad
Statement In quotes by Sydney Pollack
#14. I'm trying to be morally responsible and no more. I don't have an agenda I'm trying to push. People talk about Three Days of the Condor as being anti-government but the last statement in that movie is the CIA guy saying to Robert Redford, "Ask 'em when they're running out. Ask 'em when there's no heat in their homes and they're cold. Ask 'em when their engines stop. Ask 'em when people who have never known hunger start going hungry. You want to know something? They won't want us to ask 'em. They'll just want us to get it for 'em!" #Quote by Sydney Pollack
Statement In quotes by Henry Rollins
#15. I would like to be able to say that she broke my heart but I know better. I broke my own heart. I can't say that she did it and get behind that statement in any real way. I know too much. The only one I can blame for my loneliness is myself. Even if I did think that she did it to me I wouldn't feel any better. Tonight I was watching a movie and this actor in the film looked like her when she had a profile shot. She did not break my heart I did. I don't know why I would do something this painful to myself. I wish I would stop it's been months now and I'm still hurting myself nightly. I can avoid it for awhile and then it comes back. #Quote by Henry Rollins
Statement In quotes by Erin Heatherton
#16. I really believe in less is more. It's more sophisticated to look look and fresh and make a statement in one place. #Quote by Erin Heatherton
Statement In quotes by Tom Selleck
#17. I haven't made a political statement in quite a long time because, frankly, they get repeated, changed. #Quote by Tom Selleck
Statement In quotes by Dan Quayle
#18. Japan is an important ally of ours. Japan and the United States of the Western industrialized capacity, 60 percent of the GNP, two countries. That's a statement in and of itself. #Quote by Dan Quayle
Statement In quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#19. Writing is lonely, it's an intimate talk with the dead, with the unborn, with the absent, with strangers, with the readers who may never come to be and who even if they read you will do so weeks, years, decades later. An essay, a book, is one statement in a long conversation you could call culture or history; you are answering something or questioning something that may have fallen silent long ago, and the response to your words may come long after you're gone and never reach your ears, if anyone hears you in the first place. #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Statement In quotes by Hugh Cook
#20. Sung was a land which was famous far and wide, simply because it was so often and so richly insulted. However, there was one visitor, more excitable than most, who developed a positive passion for criticizing the place. Unfortunately, the pursuit of this hobby soon lead him to take leave of the truth.
This unkind traveler once claimed that the king of Sung, the notable Skan Askander, was a derelict glutton with a monster for a son and a slug for a daughter. This was unkind to the daughter. While she was no great beauty, she was definitely not a slug. After all, slugs do not have arms and legs - and besides, slugs do not grow to that size.
There was a grain of truth in the traveler's statement, in as much as the son was a regrettable young man. However, soon afterwards, the son was accidentally drowned when he made the mistake of falling into a swamp with his hands and feet tied together and a knife sticking out of his back.
This tragedy did not encourage the traveler to extend his sympathies to the family. Instead, he invented fresh accusations. This wayfarer, an ignorant tourist if ever there was one, claimed that the king had leprosy. This was false. The king merely had a well-developed case of boils.
The man with the evil mouth was guilty of a further malignant slander when he stated that King Skan Askander was a cannibal. This was untrue. While it must be admitted that the king once ate one of his wives, he did not do it intentionally; the whole disgra #Quote by Hugh Cook
Statement In quotes by Gilles Deleuze
#21. The various forms of education or 'normalization' imposed upon an individual consist in making him or her change points of subjectification, always moving towards a higher, nobler one in closer conformity with the supposed ideal. Then from the point of subjectification issues a subject of enunciation, as a function of a mental reality determined by that point. Then from the subject of enunciation issues a subject of the statement, in other words, a subject bound to statements in conformity with a dominant reality #Quote by Gilles Deleuze
Statement In quotes by L.M. Montgomery
#22. The other day I found this statement in a book. 'Her voice would have made the multiplication table charming!' I thought of it when I heard yours. I didn't believe it before, but I do now. #Quote by L.M. Montgomery
Statement In quotes by Ezra Pound
#23. The critic who doesn't make a personal statement, in remeasurements he himself has made, is merely an unreliable critic. He is not a measurer but a repeater of other men's results. KRINO, to pick out for oneself, to choose. That's what the word means. #Quote by Ezra Pound
Statement In quotes by Vince Gill
#24. Well, more than me saying to the rest of the country music industry there is not enough traditional country music - that is not necessarily the statement in truth. I think more so that I, me, missed it more than anything else. #Quote by Vince Gill
Statement In quotes by C.S. Lewis
#25. Don't be scared by the word authority. Believing things on authority only means believing them because you've been told them by someone you think trustworthy. Ninety-nine per cent of the things you believe are believed on authority. I believe there is such a place as New York. I haven't seen it myself. I couldn't prove by abstract reasoning that there must be such a place. I believe it because reliable people have told me so. The ordinary man believes in the Solar System, atoms, evolution, and the circulation of the blood on authority -because the scientists say so. Every historical statement in the world is believed on authority. None of us has seen the Norman Conquest or the defeat of the Armada. None of us could prove them by pure logic as you prove a thing in mathematics. We believe them simply because people who did see them have left writings that tell us about them: in fact, on authority. A man who jibbed at authority in other things as some people do in religion would have to be content to know nothing all his life. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Statement In quotes by C.S. Lewis
#26. The Historical Point of View, put briefly, means that when a learned man is presented with any statement in an ancient author, the one question he never asks is whether it is true. He asks who influenced the ancient writer, and how far the statement is consistent with what he said in other books, and what phase in the writer's development, or in the general history of thought, it illustrates, and how it affected later writers, and how often it has been misunderstood (specially by the learned man's own colleagues) and what the general course of criticism on it has been for the last ten years, and what is the "present state of the question. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Statement In quotes by Stuart M. Kaminsky
#27. Karpo, as always, was dressed in black. His leather coat was black. Even his scarf and fur hat were black. Rostnikov thought that clothes reflected the people who wore them. Rostnikov himself dressed neatly, conservatively, in old comfortable suits and ties Sarah had bought for him at market stalls. As for Karpo's choice of black, Rostnikov was not given to simple judgment. He himself was rather fond of black, which was either the absence of color or the totality of color. There was a statement in black, he thought. Black said, You cannot penetrate my being by looking at my exterior. I am a dark cipher. #Quote by Stuart M. Kaminsky
Statement In quotes by Luke Timothy Johnson
#28. On the other hand, inspiration - a criterion for canonization we might expect to play a great role - is not a factor. The Shepherd of Hermas and many writings either claimed inspiration or had it claimed for them, yet were neither universally nor ultimately accepted as canonical. In contrast, no NT writing claims inspiration for itself. The statement in 2 Tim. 3:16 that all Scripture is inspired by God (theopneustos) refers to Torah. Second Peter 3:16 refers to Paul's letters as though they were Scripture but does not say they were 'inspired.' In Revelation, 'inspiration' is certainly implied but not explicitly claimed. No doubt there was an increasingly widespread conviction that the NT writings were divinely inspired, but that notion did not appear to factor in as a criterion for canonization. #Quote by Luke Timothy Johnson
Statement In quotes by Augustine Of Hippo
#29. Now in my opinion it is certainly a complete mistake to suppose that no narrative of events in this type of literature has any significance beyond the purely historical record; but it is equally rash to maintain that every single statement in those books is a complex of allegorical meanings. That #Quote by Augustine Of Hippo
Statement In quotes by Muriel Rukeyser
#30. The statement of ideas in a poem may have to do with logic . More profoundly, it may be identified with the emotional progression of the poem, in terms of the music and images, so that the poem is alive throughout. Another, more fundamental statement in poetry, is made through the images themselves those declarations, evocative, exact, and musical, which move through time and are the actions of a poem. #Quote by Muriel Rukeyser
Statement In quotes by Subrahmanijan Chandrasekhar
#31. I should like to preface my remarks with a personal statement in order that my later remarks will not be misunderstood. I consider myself an atheist. #Quote by Subrahmanijan Chandrasekhar
Statement In quotes by Charles R. Swindoll
#32. I think it is important to begin with a statement in your speech that grabs the attention of the audience. I try to make my opening line 15 words or less. #Quote by Charles R. Swindoll
Statement In quotes by Stephen Hawking
#33. I entered the health care debate in response to a statement in the United States press in summer 2009 which claimed the National Health Service in Great Britain would have killed me off, were I a British citizen. I felt compelled to make a statement to explain the error. #Quote by Stephen Hawking
Statement In quotes by John Grisham
#34. A hundred years earlier, in Hopt v. Utah, the Supreme Court ruled that a confession is not admissible if it is obtained by operating on the hopes or fears of the accused, and in doing so deprives him of the freedom of will or self-control necessary to make a voluntary statement. In 1897, the Court, in Bram v. United States, said that a statement must be free and voluntary, not extracted by any sorts of threats or violence or promises, however slight. A #Quote by John Grisham
Statement In quotes by Talcott Parsons
#35. The system becomes logically closed when each of the logical implications which can be derived from any one proposition within the system finds its statement in another proposition in the same system. #Quote by Talcott Parsons
Statement In quotes by Robert Casey
#36. My strong personal view, which I believe is shared by millions of Americans, is that our party should make a strong statement in its platform that the unborn child has a fundamental right to life which should be protected. #Quote by Robert Casey
Statement In quotes by Felix Adler
#37. Every dogma, every philosophic or theological creed, was at its inception a statement in terms of the intellect of a certain inner experience. #Quote by Felix Adler
Statement In quotes by Daniel Coyle
#38. [Building purpose is...] not as simple as carving a mission statement in granite or encouraging everyone to recite a hymnal of catchphrases. It's a never-ending process of trying, failing, reflecting and above all learning. High-purpose environments don't descend on groups from on high; they are dug out of the ground, over and over, as a group navigates it's problems together and evolves to meet the challenges of a fast-changing world. #Quote by Daniel Coyle
Statement In quotes by C.S. Lewis
#39. Science works by experiments. It watches how things behave. Every scientific statement in the long run, however complicated it looks, really means something like, 'I pointed the telescope to such and such a part of the sky at 2:20 a.m. on January 15th and saw so-and-so,' or, 'I put some of this stuff in a pot and heated it to such-and-such a temperature and it did so-and-so.' Do not think I am saying anything against science: I am only saying what its job is.

And the more scientific a man is, the more (I believe) he would agree with me that this is the job of science--and a very useful and necessary job it is too. But why anything comes to be there at all, and whether there is anything behind the things science observes--something of a different kind--this is not a scientific question. If there is 'Something Behind,' then either it will have to remain altogether unknown to men or else make itself known in some different way. The statement that there is any such thing, and the statement that there is no such thing, are neither of them statements that science can make. And real scientists do not usually make them. It is usually the journalists and popular novelists who have picked up a few odds and ends of half-baked science from textbooks who go in for them. After all, it is really a matter of common sense. Supposing science ever became complete so that it knew every single thing in the whole universe. Is it not plain that the questions, 'Why is there a universe?' ' #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Statement In quotes by Wendell Berry
#40. I take literally the statement in the Gospel of John that God loves the world. I believe that the world was created and approved by love, that it subsists, coheres, and endures by love, and that, insofar as it is redeemable, it can be redeemed only by love. I believe that divine love, incarnate and indwelling in the world, summons the world always toward wholeness, which ultimately is reconciliation and atonement with God. #Quote by Wendell Berry
Statement In quotes by Harold Rosenberg
#41. The struggle to make an absolute statement in an individually conceived vocabulary accounts for the profound tensions inherent in the best modern work. #Quote by Harold Rosenberg
Statement In quotes by John Steinbeck
#42. He had drawn a derogatory statement from George. He felt safe now. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Statement In quotes by Lin Biao
#43. One word from Chairman Mao is worth ten thousand from others. His every statement is truth. We must carry out those we that understand as well as those we don't. #Quote by Lin Biao
Statement In quotes by Kristina Schroder
#44. I don't agree with a core statement by most feminists, the statement by Simone de Beauvoir: "One is not born a woman, one becomes one." Even as a schoolgirl I wasn't convinced by the claim that gender has nothing to do with biology and is only shaped by one's environment. #Quote by Kristina Schroder
Statement In quotes by Criss Jami
#45. Christ is our Friend; He is also the Righteous King. God is our Father; He is also the Sovereign Lord. Christianity can be said to be both a religion and a relationship. You may often hear the cliché that it is not a religion, but a relationship only - which, I believe, is a bit too vague a statement - 'religion' has long had different meanings and implications depending on who you ask or where you are coming from. Honestly, it is sometimes the case that Christians like to think they are too cool and free and up-close and personal with God to be like other religions. Perhaps that could be argued, that could be the case, as it is written thus: 'You are no longer a slave to sin, but God's child.' So we might very well assert that Christianity is not at all some stale philosophy centered around legalistic guilt and empty rule-keeping, as the modernists so commonly define religion; although by other definitions we might as well be boasting that it is 'The Religion' simply by claiming that it is too real and too special to be deemed 'just another religion'. #Quote by Criss Jami
Statement In quotes by Hans Reichenbach
#46. The statement that although the past can be recorded, the future cannot, is translatable into the statistical statement: Isolated states of order are always postinteraction states, never preinteraction states. #Quote by Hans Reichenbach
Statement In quotes by Sarah Arthur
#47. The basic principles of logic dictate that a statement cannot be both true and false at the same time ... and that a statement must be either true or false ... Lucy is lying, or she is crazy, or she is telling the truth. She can't be some combination, and she can't be none of those things ... The laws of logic dictate that she must be one of them ... Notice how practical common sense about the suposed impossibility of other worlds doesn't come into the equation. #Quote by Sarah Arthur
Statement In quotes by Don Simpson
#48. We have no obligation to make history. We have no obligation to make art. We have no obligation to make a statement. Our obligation is to make money. #Quote by Don Simpson
Statement In quotes by Karl Wiggins
#49. People invariably ask Carefree Scamps, "Where did you get that jumper?" or, "Where did you get that dress?" The answer is quite possibly Camden Market, but they won't be able to remember. They'll simply answer something like, "I dunno, I've had it for ages. #Quote by Karl Wiggins
Statement In quotes by Madeline Zima
#50. Strike the right balance between your outfit and makeup. Make a statement with one, not both. #Quote by Madeline Zima
Statement In quotes by D. A. Fisher
#51. History, when rightly written, is but a record of providence; and he who would read history rightly, must read it with his eyes constantly fixed on the hand of God. This statement of a nineteenth-century historian sums up the responsibility of the Christian teacher of history, for he who would teach history or any subject matter rightly, must teach it with his eyes constantly fixed on the hand of God. #Quote by D. A. Fisher
Statement In quotes by Ram Dass
#52. I would like my life to be a statement of love and compassion
and where it isn't, that's where my work lies. #Quote by Ram Dass
Statement In quotes by Patricia Highsmith
#53. But even that question wasn't definite enough. Perhaps it was a statement after all: I don't want to die yet without knowing you. #Quote by Patricia Highsmith
Statement In quotes by David Hume
#54. Moving from an objective statement of fact to a subjective statement of value does not work, because it leaves open questions that have not been answered. #Quote by David Hume
Statement In quotes by Benny Hinn
#55. I do admit there have been times when I have made a statement that was incorrect. #Quote by Benny Hinn
Statement In quotes by Gerhard Richter
#56. This superficial blurring has something to do with the incapacity I have just mentioned. I can make no statement about reality clearer than my own relationship to reality; and this has a great deal to do with imprecision, uncertainty, transience, incompleteness, or whatever. But this doesn't explain the pictures. At best it explains what led to their being painted. #Quote by Gerhard Richter
Statement In quotes by Mathieu Demy
#57. Being the director is really something. It's a statement of something and you have to stand up for that. Okay, this is what I see. This is how I see the world. This is how I see cinema. And you have to be able to talk about that and explain it and be responsible. #Quote by Mathieu Demy
Statement In quotes by Kiersten White
#58. Fia, James says, and I love the way he always answers the phone with my name: a statement, not a question. #Quote by Kiersten White
Statement In quotes by Mark Vroegop
#59. Every lament is a prayer; a statement of faith #Quote by Mark Vroegop
Statement In quotes by G.A. Aiken
#60. Oh, gods. Not the flying!"
"I heard you mounted my sister well enough."
"I want you never to make that statement again. #Quote by G.A. Aiken
Statement In quotes by Katie McGarry
#61. You know a lot about math," I said. You know a lot about math? What type of statement was that? Right along the lines of "Hey, you have hair and it's red and curly." Real smooth. #Quote by Katie McGarry
Statement In quotes by Daniel Starch
#62. Such exaggerations have been so common that the public takes them with a grain of salt and partly excuses them as being due to the advertiser's license of self-assertiveness. Nevertheless, the fact remains that superlative generalities are weak arguments and far less convincing than a statement of facts. Much advertising copy would be improved immensely by doing away with brag and substituting actual facts about the merits of the article. #Quote by Daniel Starch
Statement In quotes by James Gosling
#63. I think it would be a tragic statement of the universe if Java was the last language that swept through. #Quote by James Gosling
Statement In quotes by William Styron
#64. Someday I will understand Auschwitz. This was a brave statement but innocently absurd. No one will ever understand Auschwitz. What I might have set down with more accuracy would have been: Someday I will write about Sophie's life and death, and thereby help demonstrate how absolute evil is never extinguished from the world. Auschwitz itself remains inexplicable. The most profound statement yet made about Auschwitz was not a statement at all, but a response.
The query: "At Auschwitz, tell me, where was God?"
And the answer: "Where was man? #Quote by William Styron
Statement In quotes by Conan O'Brien
#65. Pamela Anderson Lee released a statement confirming that she has had her breast implants removed. Doctors say that Pamela is doing fine and that her old implants are now dating Charlie Sheen. #Quote by Conan O'Brien
Statement In quotes by Christina Engela
#66. The simple truth is that the only real 'ex-gay' person is a dead gay person - and even then I am not too sure about the validity of that statement. #Quote by Christina Engela
Statement In quotes by Nicolas Ghesquiere
#67. You never do things thinking you will make a big statement. It just happens sometimes and you are lucky. #Quote by Nicolas Ghesquiere
Statement In quotes by John Carmack
#68. We do not see the PC as the leading platform for games. That statement will enrage some people, but it is hard to characterize it otherwise; both console versions will have larger audiences than the PC version. #Quote by John Carmack
Statement In quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#69. As soon as a man stands up and says he is right or his church is right, and all others are wrong, he is himself all wrong. He does not know that upon the proof of all the others depends the proof of his own. Love and charity for the whole human race, that is the test of true religiousness. I do not mean the sentimental statement that all men are brothers, but that one must feel the oneness of human life. #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Statement In quotes by Edward Frenkel
#70. The meaning of a logically consistent mathematical statement is not subject to interpretation. #Quote by Edward Frenkel
Statement In quotes by Paul Tsongas
#71. Breastroke is an athletic event, butterfly is a political statement. #Quote by Paul Tsongas
Statement In quotes by Todd Solondz
#72. With Storytelling, at least, it's explicit: this is what the censors say American citizens, no matter what age, are not permitted to see, even though it can be seen by other people all over the world. I suppose you could call it a political statement. #Quote by Todd Solondz
Statement In quotes by Barbara Brennan
#73. An untreatable diagnosis is a statement about the medical system, not the patient. #Quote by Barbara Brennan
Statement In quotes by Jarod Kintz
#74. Meatloaf is meatloaf is not a true statement. You can have gravy on top, ketchup on top, and don't forget you can also have love on top--however, you must understand that I would do anything, but I won't do that. #Quote by Jarod Kintz
Statement In quotes by Scott B. Rae
#75. Some have even suggested that the Bible is entirely egoistic and simply changes the categories of what constitutes a person's self-interest. However, that is too strong a statement. While the Bible never condemns self-interest, it does require that it be balanced with concern for others (Phil. 2:4). It is one thing to occasionally appeal to rational self-interest as the Bible does, but quite another to claim that egoism is a sufficient ethical system, as do thoroughgoing ethical egoists. #Quote by Scott B. Rae
Statement In quotes by John C. Lennox
#76. For, the statement that only science can lead to truth is not itself deduced from science. It is not a scientific statement but rather a statement about science, that is, it is a metascientific statement. Therefore, if scientism's basic principle is true, the statement expressing scientism must be false. Scientism refutes itself. Hence it is incoherent. #Quote by John C. Lennox
Statement In quotes by Richelle Mead
#77. Adrian sifted through the bags and pulled out a slice of coconut cream. "If I were a dragon, this is what I'd go for."
I didn't argue, mainly because that statement had no logical argument. #Quote by Richelle Mead
Statement In quotes by Kelley Armstrong
#78. His red-haired companion wore a similar outfit but without the tattoo and piercings, lacking the courage - or the idiocy - to turn a fashion statement into permanent disfigurement. They #Quote by Kelley Armstrong
Statement In quotes by Chris Prentiss
#79. How do you change what you believe when your experience has convinced you otherwise? By creating a new experience. The best way for you to get that new experience is to change your response to what happens. By the natural law of cause and effect, that new response will create new results, which you will then experience as a new reality. To reach the goal of happiness, act as though the following statement is already true: Everything that happens to me is the best thing that can happen to me. #Quote by Chris Prentiss
Statement In quotes by Maddy Kobar
#80. Oh, I know that
I'll never be perfect
I'm just alive #Quote by Maddy Kobar
Statement In quotes by Bob Dylan
#81. A record ... is a statement, it's its own statement, its own entity, rather than being about something else. If I was a painter ... I don't paint the chair, I would paint feelings about the chair. #Quote by Bob Dylan

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