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Stefan quotes by Patricia Briggs
#1. It is my place to remind you of the rules," Stefan said, his voice even. "You, William Frost, have chosen three against three. Two fighters, with you as the captain of yours, and Marsilia as the captain of hers, with the other two participants on either side yet to be chosen. The fight is to the death of the captains."
"Excuse me," I said diffidently. "But both the captains are already dead."
Everyone looked at me. The vampires with cold, unfriendly gazes, and Honey as if I were crazy. That was okay - because I was utterly crazy. #Quote by Patricia Briggs
Stefan quotes by Graeme Simsion
#2. I was having trouble making sense of all that Rosie was saying, doubtless due to the effects of the alcohol and her perfume. However, she had given me an opportunity to keep the conversation on safe ground. The inheritance of common genetically influenced traits such as eye colour is more complex than is generally understood, and I was confident that I could speak on the topic for long enough to occupy the remainder of our journey. But I realised that this was a defensive action and impolite to Rosie who had risked considerable embarrassment and damage to her relationship with Stefan for my benefit. #Quote by Graeme Simsion
Stefan quotes by Stefan Kanfer
#3. There's something strange and powerful about black-and-white imagery. #Quote by Stefan Kanfer
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#4. Social anxiety results from being around people who are resolutely opposed to who you are. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#5. There is nothing that so raises a young man's self-esteem, that so contributes to the formation of his character as for him to find himself unexpectedly confronted with a task which he has to accomplish entirely on his own initiative and by his own efforts. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#6. You can have an art experience in front of a Rembrandt ... or in front of a piece of graphic design. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#7. The Battle of Waterloo is a work of art with tension and drama with its unceasing change from hope to fear and back again, changewhich suddenly dissolves into a moment of extreme catastrophe, a model tragedy because the fate of Europe was determined within this individual fate. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Heck
#8. A company at the top of its game has accumulated a number of rules of thumb - implicit assumptions and beliefs about what has been central to its success. New technologies and business models belie or change some of those assumptions, but they only seem sensible if the management team can become aware of those implicit assumptions and mind-sets and suspend them for a moment to contemplate the change. It's very hard to do that with the inherited wisdom, experience, and lore of a company. This is why the failures of incumbents to capture the benefits of disruptive innovations are a result not of bad managers, but of good managers practicing what they have done best. Incremental innovations can quickly be scaled and incorporated. Disruptive innovations require changes in customer sets, business models, or performance metrics that are no longer consistent with what led to success in the past. #Quote by Stefan Heck
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#9. Nationalism is the sworn enemy of civilization, whether past, present or future, its malodorous presence thwarting the development of intelligence, #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Banach
#10. A mathematician is a person who can find analogies between theorems; a better mathematician is one who can see analogies between proofs and the best mathematician can notice analogies between theories. #Quote by Stefan Banach
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#11. States will invent obscure constructs like "white privilege" and "male privilege" because they are convenient to further the state's ends. They are untestable, unmeasurable, and unprovable, but they sound legitimate to those who consider themselves a casualty of society. Despite the lack of evidence, they put the burden on the white male to disprove the accuser. Since no such constructs exist, no method of defense is possible. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Heym
#12. The idea of a socialism with a human face was something that I absolutely could support, because it was my idea from the very first. #Quote by Stefan Heym
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#13. To be exploited fundamentally means to be confused. When you're not confused you can't be exploited because you have clarity about the situation. To confuse people you must provide contradictory information. People who really want to do you harm will provide you confusing measures of good and bad feedback because that keeps you disorientated. Evil always want to camouflage itself as virtue witch means all the bad things that evil does is called justice against immorality. So they camouflage their brutality as a mask of virtue. Camouflage is so fundamentally an aspect of the predator-prey relationships.

The mugger does not camouflage himself but, that's because he can leave. He is gonna run off and you'll never find him or catch him or at least that's the goal or plan right? The relationships were you're supposed to stay and continue to provide resources are the ones were camouflage is the most essential because you're constantly looking at somebody who is a predator and that have to continually camouflage themselves as somebody who is not a predator. The most fundamental thing is the camouflage of non-empathy with empathy. This is why people who lack empathy always use the language of empathy and that's whats so confusing.

There are a lot of great antidotes to this. I mean, you just ask that person questions about yourself that they dont have any self interest in knowing and find out whether they know the answers. All the things personal to you that don #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#14. All atheists must examine the Non Aggression Principle. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Christine Feehan
#15. Okay, here's the plan. I'll keep telling you where the creature is, and you keep shooting while I pull Aidan into the car. Then we drive away as fast as we can and hope we leave it behind."
That is the worst plan I have ever heard. In spite of his dire situation, there was a hint of humor in Aidan's voice.
Stefan snorted aloud. "That is absolutely the worst plan I've ever heard. You aren't strong enough to get Aidan into the car. And we can't trade places, because you've probably never fired a gun in your life."
"Well, I don't hear anything brilliant from either one of you," she snapped indignantly. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#16. But the creative person is subject to a different, higher law than mere national law. Whoever has to create a work, whoever has tobring about a discovery or deed which will further the cause of all of humanity, no longer has his home in his native land but rather in his work. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#17. The soul is imbued with a yearning that is carried, like a torch, from incarnation to incarnation. It burns with a curiosity about life and it's true identity. Souls live, strive, and evolve, driven to seeking the truth about the world and themselves. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#18. The solemn and devotional ceremonies of the Piscean Age and the fear of God will give way to a friendly, intimate relationship with God. At long last, Jesus' happy teachings will resurface. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#19. Nothing was done to us - we were simply placed in a complete void, and everyone knows that nothing on earth exerts such pressure on the human soul as a void. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Fatsis
#20. Plimpton was a presence. He looked for ways in which he could make himself ridiculous. That made him a great storyteller. #Quote by Stefan Fatsis
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#21. Arguing is a waste of time, because our attitudes need a quantum leap, not our knowledge. Arguing is a sport at best and a bad attitude at worst. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Bachmann
#22. What is this liking? If you liked everything that happened to you, you would be quite the most feeble person. A thousand things will happen to you, and some of it will be good and some of it will be bad and some of it will be utterly dreadful, but they all . . ." The faery butler paused. "They all lead somewhere. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
Stefan quotes by Melika Dannese Lux
#23. His character is like an emerald - multifaceted and enhanced by inclusions. #Quote by Melika Dannese Lux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#24. Never can the innate power of a work be hidden or locked away. A work of art can be forgotten by time; it can be forbidden and rejected but the elemental will always prevail over the ephemeral. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Rachel Van Dyken
#25. Stefan felt around him for a chair, because he dare not take his eyes off the sleeping beauty before him. He finally managed to grab at something and sat. #Quote by Rachel Van Dyken
Stefan quotes by Stefan Themerson
#26. A page of a book is like a human face. Look at a page by Hemingway and compare it with Sterne and Marcel Proust. They are different typographical beings. But force upon them those ragged edges, and the influence of the author's style on the physical aspect of the page, their typographical physiognomy will disappear. No, unjustified setting is a sort of gleichschaltung [enforced conformity] through diversity, a very phoney diversity. Produced methodically by chance. For the comfort of the keyboard, and not for the comfort of the eye. #Quote by Stefan Themerson
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#27. In this instant, shaken to her very depths, this ecstatic human being has a first inkling that the soul is made of stuff so mysteriously elastic that a single event can make it big enough to contain the infinite. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#28. The transformation of the impossible into reality is always the mark of a demonic will. The only way to recognize a military genius is by the fact that, during the war, he will mock the rules of warfare and will employ creative improvisation instead of tested methods and he will do so at the right moment. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Wendy Laharnar
#29. True liberty means limiting your own, when it affects the liberty of others." Stefan Gessler – The Unhewn Stone #Quote by Wendy Laharnar
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#30. Just as an astronomer, alone in an observatory, watches night after night through a telescope the myriads of stars, their mysterious movements, their changeful medley, their extinction and their flaming-up anew, so did Jacob Mendel, seated at his table in the Cafe Gluck, look through his spectacles into the universe of books, a universe that lies above the world of our everyday life, and, like the stellar universe, is full of changing cycles. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#31. Tyranny is the wolf cast by the shadows of sheep. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#32. The instinct for self-deception in human beings makes them try to banish from their minds dangers of which at bottom they are perfectly aware by declaring them non-existent. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#33. And if I am asked today to advise a young writer who has not yet made up his mind what way to go, I would try to persuade him to devote himself first to the work of someone greater, interpreting or translating him. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#34. This is the first time in history that a war has involved the whole world, and also it may last many years more; this thought is soul-shattering for all of us as human beings. It is horrible to think that the crimes committed by this one man Hitler have these many years been destroying the lives of hundreds of thousands and millions, and one would despair entirely were it not certain that the majority, the innumerable majority which opposes him openly or secretly, will succeed in wiping out once and for all him and his. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#35. Trust is everything. If I didn't have trust, there would be no downloads, no show, and no business. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan George
#36. The Word

Wonder or dream from distant land
I carried to my country's strand

And waited till the twilit norn
Had found the name within her bourn -

Then I could grasp it close and strong
It blooms and shines now the front along...

Once I returned from happy sail,
I had a prize so rich and frail,

She sought for long and tidings told:
"No like of this these depths enfold."

And straight it vanished from my hand,
The treasure never graced my land...

So I renounced and sadly see:
Where word breaks off no thing may be. #Quote by Stefan George
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#37. Ambition had never troubled me, so I decided to begin by watching life at my leisure for a few years, waiting until I finally felt tempted to find some circle of influence for myself. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Christine Feehan
#38. Joshua nodded with a small smile. "I know if you're with her, nothing bad can happen to her. I'll go to school with Marie and Stefan. Of course, if you took me, all the other kids would think I have a big daddy, and they wouldn't try to pick on me." He shrugged. "But Stefan's big. Maybe he'll work. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#39. We have won the time lottery of the last 4 billion years. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#40. A big rock can handle a hammer blow, it just gets chipped a little, what it can't handle is erosion #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Kanfer
#41. Kenney knows two essential truths about melodrama: First that it is most powerful when combined with irony and understatement; and second that it is a salient feature of modern life. #Quote by Stefan Kanfer
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#42. The Minister-President or the richest magnate could walk the streets of Vienna without anyone turning around, but a court actor or an opera singer was recognized by every salesgirl and every cabdriver. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#43. The dressmaker doesn't have problems unless the dress has to hide rather than reveal. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#45. As nature requires whirlwinds and cyclones to release its excessive force in a violent revolt against its own existence, so the spirit requires a demonic human being from time to time whose excessive strength rebels against the community of thought and the monotony of moralityonly by looking at those beyond its limits does humanity come to know its own utmost limits. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#46. the ruin insufficiently ruined, #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Cembrowicz
#47. There is some evidence that chronic severe depression causes some atrophy or shrinkage in the hippocampus. Depressive illness could therefore be seen as a very subtle form of degeneration in some nerve cells. #Quote by Stefan Cembrowicz
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#48. The world is an ambitious business. It continuously expands and evolves. But people are lazy and God is far too lovely to do something about it. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#49. It is the height of human happiness to have somebody to love. Our agony is that we have all the light and the paint but no canvas to put the art of our hearts on. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Melika Dannese Lux
#50. With Stefan, the line between good and evil, right and wrong, becomes increasingly blurred. #Quote by Melika Dannese Lux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Klein
#51. Depression is the price we pay for our imagination and intelligence. #Quote by Stefan Klein
Stefan quotes by Stefan Heym
#52. I not only saw the possibility of nuclear war, I feared it very much. If they started a military conflagration, it would automatically lead to nuclear warfare. #Quote by Stefan Heym
Stefan quotes by Stefan Bourque
#53. She'd been pounding her location and thoughts into a device that would send those things to virtually any human with Internet access and yet looking over her shoulder had been a violation of privacy. #Quote by Stefan Bourque
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#54. Ever wonder why the media never refers to 18 or 19 year old American soldiers as "armed teens"? #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#55. The law is an opinion with a gun. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#56. One can run away from anything but oneself #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#57. Those whom fate has dealt hard knocks remain vulnerable for ever afterwards. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#58. Memory is so corrupt that you remember only what you want to; if you want to forget about something, slowly but surely you do. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Brenda K. Davies
#59. Where do you plan to live now that you're done with school?" Isabelle asked before Emma even had a chance to swallow. "Isabelle, enough," Ethan said as he rested his hands on Emma's shoulders. Isabelle's eyes flickered between the two of them, a muscle twitched in her cheek as her jaw clenched. "It's not the Spanish Inquisition." "Sorry," Isabelle said to Emma. "Its ok," Emma assured her. "It's just that Ethan doesn't bring many girls around, in fact I've never met a girlfriend of his; we were actually beginning to wonder if he even liked girls." "Isabelle!" Ethan hissed as Stefan choked on his drink and began to laugh loudly. #Quote by Brenda K. Davies
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#60. Eye-rolling is not exactly the pinnacle of socratic investigation. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#61. Theres nothing more efficient than honesty and nothing more powerful than vulnerability because, vulnerability reveals everyone in your life who will abuse power immediately and almost irrevocably.

Theres nothing weaker than hiding your vulnerability because, it means a refusal to stare at those who abuse power and see them for who they are which means they still have power and control over you. Nothing is stronger than vulnerability. Nothing more clarifying. Nothing is clearer than vulnerability, and if you hide who you are you are just making a tombstone of your everyday actions because you dont exist in hiding and you're letting the past rob you.

Exercise the power of vulnerability. When you are vulnerable you are signaling to your system that the past is over and done! That you're no longer a victim! That you're no longer trapped in a destructive and abusive environment! vulnerability means it's over, it's done. The war is over but, if you continue to use the same defenses that you had in the past all you're telling your whole body is that the past is not over.

Be vulnerable. Be honest. Be open and show your heart. That's the best way of telling your heart that the tigers are no longer in the grass. I'm telling you, just take it for a spin. Vulnerability and openness will get you what you want in your life and hiding will only get you the feeling of being prey from here until the end of your life. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#62. The degree to which the psychiatric community is complicit with abusive parents in drugging non-compliant children is a war crime across the generations, and there will be a Nuremberg at some point in the future #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#63. Whenever I do overcome my inherent fear, it turns out well. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan R. Dziemianowicz
#64. At the time no one really knew for sure that John Cropsey was more than the stuff of campfire stories. Not the townspeople, who saw their businesses wither and die with the bad publicity he brought. Not even the survivors of of his onslaught against Camp Beechwood. The only people who were certain that Cropsey was more than just the figment of a vivid imagination were the ones who would never share their secret knowledge: his victems. #Quote by Stefan R. Dziemianowicz
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#65. We -humans - are wizard who turn miracles into technology. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Boldisor
#66. Sex in our time is no longer a physical distinction. #Quote by Stefan Boldisor
Stefan quotes by Stefan Halper
#67. One reason the United States finds itself at the edge of a foreign policy disaster is its underinformed citizenry, a key weakness in democracy. #Quote by Stefan Halper
Stefan quotes by Stefan Petrucha
#68. It's toys, boy, all toys. You'll see more and more contraptions as you get older, but if I teach you anything, you'll learn that all of this is decoration. What counts is what's inside you and what you can see in others. #Quote by Stefan Petrucha
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#69. Formerly man had only a body and a soul. Now he needs a passport as well for without it he will not be treated like a human being. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#70. Love is the substance with which God created the omniverse. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Heym
#71. Today, when we live in a what is called Western democracy here ... you're not taken seriously all the time. You can write what you want because nobody cares about it. But at that time, they cared very much about what you wrote, so that's an entirely different feeling. #Quote by Stefan Heym
Stefan quotes by Pippa DaCosta
#72. Next time I'm taking down hellhounds for you, I'll remember to tone down the pretty. #Quote by Pippa DaCosta
Stefan quotes by Ryszard Kapuscinski
#73. And when we pushed away that other, bad vision, we felt good again and everything was a joy to us: the fire, the smell of trampled grass, that our shirts had dried, the sleep of the earth, the taste of cigarettes, the forest, our rested legs, the stardust, life - life most of all.

In the end, we went on. The dawn met us. The sun warmed us. We kept walking. Our legs buckled, our shoulders went numb, our hands swelled, but we managed to carry it to the cemetery - to the grave - our last harbour on earth, at which we put in only once, never again to sail forth - this Stefan Kanik, eighteen, killed in a tragic accident, during blasting, by a block of coal. #Quote by Ryszard Kapuscinski
Stefan quotes by Christine Feehan
#74. I think the living room is the perfect place to put the flowers," Alexandria agreed. "When Thomas comes over, he'll be able to see them."
Aidan found himself gritting his teeth. Alexandria was already flitting from the kitchen. He caught Marie by the shoulder before she could follow, leaned down, and put his mouth to her ear. "Couldn't you have thrown the damn things out?" The words came out somewhere between a hiss and a growl. "And just for the record, you traitor, Ivan is not her man. I am."
Marie looked shocked. "Not yet, you're not. I believe you still have to court her. And of course I would never throw roses out, Aidan. When a man goes to the trouble of giving a woman flowers, she should at least have the pleasure of seeing them."
"I thought you didn't like this bum."
"He can't be all bad. You should have seen his concern for her. I tell you, Aidan, he's really taken with her." Marie was deliberately, innocently, enthusiastic. "I don't think you'll have to worry about her when she's with him." She attempted to sound reassuring.
Behind them, Stefan was choking again. Aidan swore eloquently in three languages and followed Alexandria out of the room, shaking his head over the workings of the female mind.
Stefan put an arm around Marie. "Wicked, wicked woman."
She laughed softly. "This is fun, Stefan. And it's good for him."
"Be careful, woman. He is not like other men. He might kill to keep her. His nature is that of a wild predator #Quote by Christine Feehan
Stefan quotes by Stefan Vucak
#75. Education and science is an anathema for all religion. #Quote by Stefan Vucak
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#76. One never gets to know a person's character better than by watching his behavior during decisive moments ... It is always only danger which forces the most deeply hidden strengths and abilities of a human being to come forth. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#77. It is the way of youth that each fresh piece of knowledge of life should go to its head, and that once uplifted by an emotion it can never have enough of it. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#78. - Government -
Free Shit for Idiots #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#79. Now I am discovering the world once more. England has widened my horizon. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#80. SCREW CHILDREN!
That's the mantra of the world.
Instead of burying them with a national debt, shoving them in shitty schools, drugging them if they don't comply, hitting them, yelling at them, indoctrinating them with religion and statism and patriotism and military worship, what if we just did what was right for them? The whole world is built on "screw children", and if we changed that, this would be an alien planet to us. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#81. All I know is that I shall be alone again. There is nothing more terrible than to be alone among human beings. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Pippa DaCosta
#82. Only a few hairline fractures around his eyes and lips spoke of the torment he'd been through. I wanted to smooth those lines away, and wished it was that easy to erase the scars of our past." ~ Muse, Drowning In The Dark #4 The Veil Series. #Quote by Pippa DaCosta
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#83. Historical definition of a country's borders ... ... here's where my murder geography ends and your murder geography begins, at least until I get more murderers to expand my murder-fest. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#84. The only freedom is freedom from illusion ... #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#85. If you have people who treat you badly in your life, they will be a human shield against people who will treat you well. If that's not true then we should apply it to marriage and start saying to woman who are being put down or beaten, "you gotta stay with him because he needs you and he has been your husband for 20 years for heaven sakes. You just have to work to love him more and so on." This is the advice they gave to woman like 200 fucking years ago and it was abusive advice.
I view the parent child relationship (This just not my made up perspective.) it is the least voluntary relationship. At least the woman who got married chose to get married. We don't choose our parents. The highest standards of behavior are required for parents and no one else. There is no one else whose standards of behavior need be higher than parents and so often parents get away with the lowest possible standards of behavior with regards to their children. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#86. He listened yet more intently to what was within him, to the past, to see whether that voice of memory truly foretelling the future would not speak to him again, revealing the present to him as well as the past. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#87. She was at that crucial age when a women begins to regret having stayed faithful to a husband she never really loved, when the glowing sunset colors of her beauty offer her one last, urgent choice between maternal and feminine love. At such a moment a life that seemed to have chosen its course long ago is questioned once again, for the last time the magic compass needle of the will hovers between final resignation and the hope of erotic experience. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#88. To be a good designer, you would need to have deep and far-reaching interests outside of the profession. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Christine Feehan
#89. I'm used to doing things my way, and Aidan is set in his medieval ways."
"What's medieval?" Joshua wanted to know.
"Ask Aidan. He's good with answers," she replied resentfully.
"Medieval refers to the days of knight and ladies, Joshua. Alexandria thinks I would have made a great knight. They were men who served their homeland with honor and always recued and took care of their fair maidens." Aidan drained the contents of a third glass of ruby liquid. "A fitting description, and quite a compliment. Thank you, Alexandria."
Stefan coughed behind his hand, and Marie hastily turned to look out the window.
Alexandria found a reluctant smile curving her soft mouth. "That's not all I could call you, but for now, we'll leave it at medieval. #Quote by Christine Feehan
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#90. It's much more difficult to make an unbound book than a bound book, because the factories aren't set up to make an unbound book. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan Collini
#91. In trying to justify the humanities, as in trying to live a life, what may turn out to matter most is holding one's nerve. #Quote by Stefan Collini
Stefan quotes by Stefan Petrucha
#92. Because if I smashed anything, Team Jaiden would just get me into a behavior modification program, or maybe some doctor would put be on drugs for my ADD or bipolarism or depression or whatever they're calling being alive and feeling royally screwed these days. #Quote by Stefan Petrucha
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#93. When we speak of "gods," we are really talking about "the opinions of priests." When we speak of "the government," we really mean "the violence of a tiny minority. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#94. Which is another way of saying that people will pay good money to avoid the demands of virtue #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Pippa DaCosta
#95. I sat across the table from him and watched as he popped open the lid. "I gather you like ice cream?" An eyebrow twitched comically. "Snow demon." He shrugged. #Quote by Pippa DaCosta
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#96. Morality is always prejudicial. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#97. Art knows no happier moment than the opportunity to show the symmetry of an extreme, during that moment of spheric harmony when the dissonance dissolves for the blink of an eye, dissolves into a blissful harmony, when the most extreme opposites, coming together from the greatest alienation, fleetingly touch with lips of the word and of love. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Kieszling
#98. Once one has attained a high level of success at any pursuit and especially an unorthodox pursuit like rowing, one develops a number of generally self-congratulatory half-truths to explain how it happened that he ascended to that particular pinnacle. Often because original motivations don't seem to have much in common with the eventual success, the real and rationalized motivations are difficult to separate. #Quote by Stefan Kieszling
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#99. She could be lively only in the midst of life; in isolation she dwindled to a shadow. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#100. Only the person who has experienced light and darkness, war and peace, rise and fall, only that person has truly experienced life. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#101. A human being will accept the strictest disciplinary measures with a better grace if he knows that they will fall with equal severity on his neighbor. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#102. Since theft is the forcible removal of somebody else's property without consent, then taxation is always, universally and forever a moral evil. Taxation #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#103. Democracy is the suggestion box for slaves. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Edberg
#104. If you serve well, your volleys are going to be so much easier. It has got to do with confidence, obviously. #Quote by Stefan Edberg
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#105. Self-manipulation is our medication. Mythology is our drug. The only cure is honesty. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Merrill Block
#106. Could there be anything more sad and more lonely than remembering what terrible things the future will bring? #Quote by Stefan Merrill Block
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#107. The hardest thing on earth is to know the ways of men and still manage to be in good spirits. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#108. You could say that bad typography brought us the Afghanistan war, the Iraq war, the housing crisis and a good number of other things. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
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#109. Vasic passed on this package of data," he said, his voice rough. "It apparently originated with Judd, but Vasic's added to it, as did Stefan. #Quote by Nalini Singh
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#110. There's this special talent that humans have that they can be unhappy no matter where they are. But humans have another special talent: We can be happy almost anywhere, too. We can be happy because we're not alone. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#111. Nothing whets the intelligence more than a passionate suspicion, nothing develops all the faculties of an immature mind more than a trail running away into the dark. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#112. He who is himself crossed in love is able from time to time to master his passion, for he is not the creature but the creator of his own misery; and if a lover is unable to control his passion, he at least knows that he is himself to blame for his sufferings. But he who is loved without reciprocating that love is lost beyond redemption, for it is not in his power to set a limit to that other's passion, to keep it within bounds, and the strongest will is reduced to impotence in the face of another's desire. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
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#113. The universe is a gigantic amusement park in which we can have a ride or two. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#114. At least I'm the one leaving. It's so much easier to leave than to be left. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#115. Wild animals bite the hand that feeds them. Clever people consume the entire body. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#116. To see someone hurt, to really understand that, is the same as being hurt
yourself. To see someone happy is the the same as being happy. To feel love, the
same as feeling loved. To see someone die, the same as dying. We're one. We're
built that way. It's in our bones." ~Carlton from TimeTripper Book three:
Blindsighted by Stefan Petrucha #Quote by Stefan Petrucha
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#117. Lies can't grow. Once plucked they can only wither. But every truth, once planted, grows into a tall, noble tree. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#118. Souls spread over the planet and leave no mountain unclimbed, no valley undiscovered, no sea unsailed, ventured even into outer space.
Souls mingle and leave no relationship unattempted, no emotion unfelt, no pleasure and pain unexplored.
Souls plunge into their minds and leave no tale untold, no image unpainted, no melody unheard.
Souls transcend their fantasies and leave no idea unthought, no natural law undescribed, no wisdom undefined.
Souls even pass over the thinkeable and witness ineffable realms of other worlds and their inhabitants.
Curiosity, the drive to experience, the urge of urges, the world's innermost desire. We, souls, are its foremost scouts. We are the embodiment of the purpose of existence. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#119. If you look at America, which was the experiment of the smallest conceivable government, what grows out of that is the largest government the world has ever seen. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#120. The conventional wisdom in our business is that you have to grow and keep moving to survive. We never grew, always stayed tiny, and it serves us very well over the years, allowing us to pick and choose projects, and keeping our financial independence from our clients. We actually have a rather good track record, because we do select projects carefully. Most of our ideas don't eat dust but glimpse the light of day because we find it much more helpful to spend some serious time and effort before we start working on a project, rather than suffer through it afterwards. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
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#121. The staircase was a mass of rotting wood, carved with such cruel-looking mermaids that Mr. Jelliby was afraid to put his hand on the banister. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
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#122. The moment I realised that my history was an excuse for nothing, was the moment I was freed from my history. The great danger of history is that we use it as an excuse and remain trapped in it. I cannot blame my history for anything, and therefore I have to have high standards for myself. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#123. But love truly becomes love only when, no longer an embryo developing painfully in the darkness of the body, it ventures to confess itself with lips and breath. However hard it tries to remain a chrysalis, a time comes when the intricate tissue of the cocoon tears, and out it falls, dropping from the heights to the farthest depths, falling with redoubled force into the startled heart. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
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#124. Sanity is not about confrontation. It's about filtering. Having a stable and happy life is about saying "no" to crazy people, not about inviting them in and then hoping that confrontations are going to make them sane. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#125. The question I wanted to answer was, could I train my mind to be happy the same way one trains one's body? #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
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#126. As I stumbled into confusion about what was real and what was not, the strangest thing happened: The world disintegrated. Reality collapsed, or my perception of it. It ripped apart like a dry skin under pressure, giving way to something I can only describe as ineffable dimensions, depths upon depths. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#127. Try to imagine this formless, liquid abyss of many waters and surfaces. With and within this awesome, abysmal substance, God Mother creates universes. We are made from this stuff, literally! And we literally live, move, and have our being in this fathomless, multi-dimensional matrix. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#128. The least Anararchic person in that conversation is the person saying 'you can't be an anarchist if you believe in god.' Because that's not an argument, it's just a statement. Why would somebody accept that? Because they either bow to your authority or they are afraid of your aggression. That's threatening to be another kind of ruler. Does that make any sense? #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#129. The ruling classes use broken and smashed up childhoods as weaponised instruments of domination around the world. This is why the government has no incentive to end child abuse; because the government needs abuse victims as enforcers. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#130. But Maddie walked to the side of the bridge, and then he saw a huge knife buried in the post, waiting.
"Stefan took your knife," he blurted like an idiot.
Maddie looked like she'd never been more insulted in her life. "I never leave the house with just one knife. Seriously. Do I look like a one-knife kind of girl?" She pulled it from the post and Logan could see the fire glistening off a long blade that could have easily sliced through those old ropes. #Quote by Ally Carter
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#131. (To the haters) You are not extinguishing the bright lights of mankind, you're simply burying yourself in an unmarked grave. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#132. When they are preparing for war, those who rule by force speak most copiously about peace until they have completed the mobilization process. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
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#133. The five elements are energies, not things. In Hinduism, they are known as the five tattvas. Psychic people can see them and their geometric forms. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
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#134. I am an impatient, temperamental reader. Anything long-winded, high-flown or gushing irritates me, so does everything that is vague and indistinct, in fact anything that unnecessarily holds the reader up, whether in a novel, a biography or an intellectual argument. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Szczelkun
#135. The radical implication of the expansion of higher education has been disguised by a myth which dubs all educated working class people as middle class. By definition working class people are not intelligent, so if you've got a degree you must be middle class. This nonsense is reinforced by the fact that acedemic traditions are laden with class assumptions and are presented in upper class styles even in the Polytechnics. #Quote by Stefan Szczelkun
Stefan quotes by Stefan Dimov
#136. I want you to judge me without thinking about it.
I want you to give me advice without considering my opinion.
I want you to expecting anything without the need to trust me.
I want you to decide for me with all the care in the world.
I want you to help me without smothering me.
I want you to decide without seeing my point of view.
I want you to hug me without holding me...
I want you to feel protected in my presence without me having to lie.
I want you to be close without suffocating me.
I want you to know everything without knowing anything...
I want you to know that both love and friendship should always be Unconditional. #Quote by Stefan Dimov
Stefan quotes by Stefan Merrill Block
#137. Frederick knows better than to believe, as his wife sometimes claims to, that all things happen for a reason. Things happen; it is up to us to invent for them a purpose. #Quote by Stefan Merrill Block
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#138. Hobbies are for people that don't like what they're doing. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
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#139. When morning comes, you would better find yourself saying: 'I have so many choices of what to do or what to leave - every morning, every day. I better judge for myself, and - go ahead and do it.' #Quote by Stefan Hell
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#140. The existence of evil can never justify the existence of the State. If there is no evil, the State is unnecessary. If evil exists, the State is far too dangerous to be allowed to exist. #Quote by -Stefan Molyneux
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#141. He felt a kind of bridal expectation, sweet and sensuous yet vaguely mingled with anticipatory fear of its own fulfilment, with the mysterious shiver felt when something endlessly desired suddenly comes physically close to the astonished heart. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#142. Names have a mysterious transforming power. Like a ring on a finger, a name may at first seem merely accidental, committing you to nothing; but before you realize its magical power, it's gotten under your skin, become part of you and your destiny. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
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#143. [Trading] With the French one had to be especially careful. French oarswomen were known to take men aside, point to whatever they wanted, and then peel off their own shirts. It took great presence of mind to bargain with a half-naked Frenchwoman. #Quote by Stefan Kieszling
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#144. When someone hurts you once, never forgive that person, because that person will hurt you so many times than you can imagine. At the end, the time you've spent with that person, is wasted time..and painful.. #Quote by Stefan Ceco Stamenkov
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#145. Suddenly Elena wished that Stefan wasn't the type of boyfriend to give her space. She wished that he was here with her. Come to think of it, if they were all grieving for the same person, why shouldn't he be with her? Why had he run away instead of staying to support her? #Quote by L.J.Smith
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#146. Because taxes are so high - in part to pay for state-serving science experiments, a lot of parents feel they both need to work and so the mum can't breastfeed her kid. These fucking scientists, these fucking fascist corporations, these fucking warmongers, these military industrial clusterfucks, these arsehole academics are literally profiting from the ripping of mothers milk out of the mouths of babes. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#147. Our decisions are to a much greater extent dependent on our desire to conform to the standards of our class and environment than we are inclined to admit. A considerable proportion of our reasoning is merely an automatic function, so to speak, of influences and impressions which have become part of us ... #Quote by Stefan Zweig
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#148. I ended up meeting this guy Stefan Simchowitz, who produced Requiem for a Dream and also went to AFI. I randomly met him in Cannes. By September of 2000, we had made a deal with this company that he was working with. They merged with us and in January of 2001, we opened WireImage. It was pretty crazy because I only started shooting celebrity stuff in 1998 - literally two and a half years later, I'm opening this company. #Quote by Jeff Vespa
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#149. - Sort out the sort ofs from the maybes, and maybe you will start walking in the right direction, like you're on a treadmill.
- You have your direction. I have my direction. As for the correct direction, the one direction - it does not exist...
-Jarod Kintz and Stefan D #Quote by Stefan D
Stefan quotes by Stefan Merrill Block
#150. The tragedy of love....is that it is only possible to love perfectly a person who is lost to you; only a lost person, lodged in a place before the narrow, clumsy gates of language, could ever understand you perfectly. #Quote by Stefan Merrill Block
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#151. All the bourgeois virtues, caution, obedience, zeal and thoughtfulness- they all melt away powerless in the fire of the great fateful moment that always demands only genius and forms it into a a lasting image. Contemptuously it repulses the timid man; it, another god of the earth, with fiery arms, lifts only the bold into the heaven of heroes. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#152. A life without envy, hatred and lies was not a life worth living. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#153. Health alone does not suffice. To be happy, to become creative, man must always be strengthened by faith in the meaning of his own existence. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#154. I discovered that I never really used Helvetica but I like to look at it. I like the VW beetle, too, although I've never driven one. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#155. The move towards the extension of personhood to children is already underway, and is utterly, completely and totally unstoppable! #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Banach
#156. One can imagine that the ultimate mathematician is one who can see analogies between analogies. #Quote by Stefan Banach
Stefan quotes by Patricia Briggs
#157. He put his chin on the top of my head. "I know." He wrapped both arms around me just above my chest and pulled me against him. - Stefan (Bone Crossed) #Quote by Patricia Briggs
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#158. If you spend time with crazy and dangerous people, remember – their personalities are socially transmitted diseases; like water poured into a container, most of us eventually turn into – or remain – whoever we surround ourselves with. We can choose our tribe, but we cannot change that our tribe is our destiny. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#159. The essence of wisdom is learning the value of "staying in the conversation," even when it makes you uncomfortable. Especially when it makes you uncomfortable. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#160. God created mankind in His image and likeness, remember? For some reason, you people always forget your divinity. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#161. July 4, the day we celebrate giving our political masters independence from conscience, morality, consequences for evil doing, and basic social and economic reality.
The fireworks are the glowing tears of your children's incinerated futures.
Cheer happy slaves - your only chains are your deluded joys. Cheer and sing, because for you, songs of death are easier than questions of life. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#162. The true self is that which is in touch with reality.
The false self is the aspects of your personality that are adapted to threats and no longer consciously recognizes either the adaptation or the threat. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#163. A word is nothing unless it has values and an atmosphere, unless you grasp its historical significance. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#164. Never is a historic deed already completed when it is done but always only when it is handed down to posterity. What we call "history" by no means represents the sum total of all significant deeds ... World historyonly comprises that tiny lighted sector which chanced to be placed in the spotlight by poetic or scholarly depictions. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Bachmann
#165. She was too thin, her face all sharp bones and pale skin, tinged blue from lack of sunlight. Ugly, like him. Her eyes were huge and round, black puddles collecting in the hollows of her skull. The tips of her ears were pointed. In a pinch Bartholomew might still pass as a human child, but not Hettie. There was no mistaking the faery blood in her veins. For where Bartholomew had a mess of chestnut hair growing out of his scalp, Hettie had the smooth, bare branches of a young tree. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#166. Government is a gun that shoots money at your enemy and blows up in your face. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
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#167. I realized that there was no point in denying oneself a pleasure because it was denied another, in refusing to allow oneself to be happy because someone else was unhappy. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Boldisor
#168. War is the certain proof that humans find death more attractive than life. #Quote by Stefan Boldisor
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#169. You are born into this world without choice, into a familial, social, educational, political and geographical environment that is merely accidental. And for the rest of your life, everyone will try to convince you that you are responsible for this accident. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Kanfer
#170. The catalogue of miseries seems to cry out for commercial spots and a station break: the stuff of noonday soap opera. #Quote by Stefan Kanfer
Stefan quotes by Stefan Merrill Block
#171. Sometimes, the world suddenly seemed equal to what I required of it. But, otherwise, I was under the world, a cockroach-man scuttling beneath stones in filth, scrambling from the light. Or else I was above the world, as certain and mighty as a fundamental force, as electricity. The sadness of always being at a distance from things, above or else beneath. #Quote by Stefan Merrill Block
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#172. I hadn't had a book in my hands for four months, and the mere idea of a book where I could see words printed one after another, lines, pages, leaves, a book in which I could pursue new, different, fresh thoughts to divert me, could take them into my brain, had something both intoxicating and stupefying about it. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Edberg
#173. I had one good racket, a Wilson Javelin. It was my favorite racket, and I made the mistake of putting it next to the heater. It just got so hot that it melted. #Quote by Stefan Edberg
Stefan quotes by Stefan Heym
#174. And of course, in West Germany, they made every effort that people who came from the East would get jobs and would get a comfortable existence. That was part of the Cold War - and part of the winning side of the Cold War. #Quote by Stefan Heym
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#175. It is better to pay tribute of gold to the enemy than tribute of blood in war. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#176. And the child - your child - was born there in the midst of misery. It was a deadly place: strange, everything was strange, we women lying there were strange to each other, lonely and hating one another out of misery, the same torment in that crowded ward full of chloroform and blood, screams and groans. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#177. The free, independent spirit who commits himself to no dogma and will not decide in favor of any party has no homestead on earth. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#178. Only in youth does coincidence seem the same as fate. Later, we know that the real course of our lives is decided within us; our paths may seem to diverge from our wishes in a confused and pointless way, but in the end the way always leads us to our invisible destination. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#179. In the same way Marxism robs workers of ambition, Feminism robs men and women of love. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Waydenfeld
#180. The most important thing I gained from my travels was the knowledge that one could achieve anything with determination and an ounce of luck. #Quote by Stefan Waydenfeld
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#181. We live through myriads of seconds, yet it is always one, just one, that casts our entire inner world into turmoil, the second when (as Stendhal has described it) the internal inflorescence, already steeped in every kind of fluid, condenses and crystallizes - a magical second, like the moment of generation, and like that moment concealed in the warm interior of the individual life, invisible, untouchable, beyond the reach of feeling, a secret experienced alone. No algebra of the mind can calculate it, no alchemy of premonition divine it, and it can seldom perceive itself. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Edberg
#182. A good thing is I've been playing tennis I think every day for the last two months. I really haven't had a day off. I've been doing things that I did used to do. #Quote by Stefan Edberg
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#183. Once a man has found himself there is nothing in this world that he can lose. And once he has understood the humanity in himself, he will understand all human beings. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#184. The only part of you that hurts when you're given the truth is the part that lives on lies. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Bachmann
#185. Don't get yourself noticed and you won't get yourself hanged. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
Stefan quotes by Stefan G. Bucher
#186. Stefan G. Bucher is a man possessed. #Quote by Stefan G. Bucher
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#187. I have done enough bullshit lately, I just have to make time for something better. Something good. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
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#188. We have to HIDE from each other because we think that we are the only ones BROKEN. We think we're the only ones whose original selves we ground up and smashed under the jack-booted heel of cultural lies and superstition, patriotism, war lust, war hunger, and a denial of AGGRESSION AGAINST CHILDREN THAT IS THE FOUNDATION OF CULTURE. Culture is everything that is NOT TRUE. If it's true, it's called 'math' or 'science' or 'facts'. Culture is the Stockholm syndrome we have with the historical lies that are convenient to the rules. We love the lies, because we don't think we can be loved if we don't. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#189. If you are for gun control, then you are not against guns, because the guns will be needed to disarm people. So it's not that you are anti-gun. You'll need the police's guns to take away other people's guns. So you're very Pro-Gun, you just believe that only the Government (which is, of course, so reliable, honest, moral and virtuous ... ) should be allowed to have guns. There is no such thing as gun control. There is only centralizing gun ownership in the hands of a small, political elite and their minions. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#190. Yes, design can make you happy. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan Sagmeister
#191. I'm actually quite critical of the storytelling theme. I think all the storytellers are not storytellers. #Quote by Stefan Sagmeister
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#192. Only that which points the human spirit beyond its own limitations into what is universally human gives the individual strength superior to his own. Only in suprahuman demands which can hardly be fulfilled do human beings and peoples feel their true and sacred measure. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#193. We are not taught to fear our politicians, who can debase our currency, throw us in prison and send us to war - but rather we are taught to fear each other. We are taught to imagine that the real predators in this world are not those who control prison cells, national debts and nuclear weapons, but rather our fellow citizens, who in the absence of brutal control would surely tear us apart! #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Bachmann
#194. Once people see you cry, it's like they own part of you. It's like you ripped a hole in yourself, and they saw through whatever armor you had on, got a good long view of all the screaming alien goop underneath. #Quote by Stefan Bachmann
Stefan quotes by Stefan Mohamed
#195. I find violently left-wing people just as irritating and self-righteous as right-wing types. #Quote by Stefan Mohamed
Stefan quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#196. Ideology is the opposite of philosophy. Philosophy is the curiosity which guides its inquiry according to universal principles. Ideology is a prior prejudice that seeks out an echo-chamber of reaffirming information. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#197. Women are mysterious beings in which lie strange delights. #Quote by Stefan Emunds
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#198. But I see nothing miraculous about it. Nothing makes one as healthy as happiness, and there is no greater happiness than making someone else happy. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Zweig
#199. Happy people are poor psychologists. #Quote by Stefan Zweig
Stefan quotes by Stefan Emunds
#200. Like flowers we grow, bloom, and whither - each day and each life. In our next life we'll grow, bloom, and whither even more beautifully. But although we blossom more grandiose in each new life, all our lives are perfect in their own way. #Quote by Stefan Emunds

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