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Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Robyn Schneider
#1. Sometimes I think that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them, that the people buying milk in their pajamas or picking their noses at stoplights could be only moments away from disaster. That everyone's life, no matter how unremarkable, has a moment when it will become extraordinary - a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen. #Quote by Robyn Schneider
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Alex Hirsch
#2. I believe that one of the reasons Gravity Falls is such an unusual place, maybe part of the reason that the stoplights switch on and off at random times and cell phones don't get proper reception and compasses spin wildly - is because of the strange kinetic influence of the UFO buried just underneath everyone's feet. #Quote by Alex Hirsch
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Nora Roberts
#3. The question rolled around in Vanessa's mind as she drove down Main Street. The sleepy town of Hyattown had changed very little in twelve years. It was still tucked in the foothills of Maryland's Blue Ridge Mountains, surrounded by rolling farmland and thick woods. Apple orchards and dairy cows encroached as close as the town limits, and here, inside those limits, there were no stoplights, no office buildings, no hum of traffic. #Quote by Nora Roberts
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Sesame Street
#4. Stoplights and love can be cruel #Quote by Sesame Street
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Larry Brooks
#5. Most of us are one of two things: blind or chicken-shit. We wouldn't know a crossroads in our lives if it had a set of stoplights and a Denny's. #Quote by Larry Brooks
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Johnny Stone
#6. I was a slave long before meeting the Master, but then again we all are, every man woman and child whether they realize it or not. I was a slave to the conforming ritual of proper society my parents tried to chain me down with. I was a slave to the wheels of the machine, going through life obliviously with the drudgery of paychecks and stoplights guiding my actions. I was a slave to my own ignorance of self-restraint and foolish delusions, while my body sought the intangible freedom of something that dwelt in the world of shadows. But more importantly, I was a slave to the fear of humiliation and cultural prosecution from people that would never understand the joy I now feel. #Quote by Johnny Stone
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Geoffrey S. Fletcher
#7. From stoplights to skyscrapers, turn anywhere in civilization and you will see imagination at work. It's in our inventions, advances and remedies and how a single parent masterminds each day. Imagination is boundless, surrounds us and resides in us all. #Quote by Geoffrey S. Fletcher
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Randall Munroe
#8. I think the comic that's gotten me the most feedback is actually the one about the stoplights. Noticing when the stoplights are in sync, or calculating the length of your strides between floor tiles - normal people notice that kind of stuff, but a certain kind of person will do some calculations. #Quote by Randall Munroe
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Max Lucado
#9. Imagine considering every moment as a potential time of communion with God. By the time your life is over, you will have spent six months at stoplights, eight months opening junk mail, a year and a half looking for lost stuff (double that number in my case), and a whopping five years standing in various lines.7Why don't you give these moments to God? By giving God your whispering thoughts, the common becomes uncommon. Simple phrases such as "Thank you, Father," "Be sovereign in this hour, O Lord," "You are my resting place, Jesus" can turn a commute into a pilgrimage. You needn't leave your office or kneel in your kitchen. Just pray where you are. Let the kitchen become a cathedral or the classroom a chapel. Give God your whispering thoughts. #Quote by Max Lucado
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Andreas Izquierdo
#10. He reached the main intersection through which the traffic shot in short, violent bursts or was compressed like an accordion, depending on which color was shining on the stoplights. #Quote by Andreas Izquierdo
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Taraji P. Henson
#11. With camera phones and, you know, iPad's and cameras at stoplights, it's like I just want to drive around with a bag on my head because I just feel like everyone's watching. #Quote by Taraji P. Henson
Stoplights Epimedium quotes by Sarah Dessen
#12. For as long as I'd been dating, I'd had a mental flow chart, a schedule, of how things usually went. Relationships always started with that heady, swoonish period, where the other person is like some new invention that suddenly solves all life's worst problems, like losing socks in the dryer or toasting bagels without burning the edges. At this phase, which usually lasts about six weeks max, the other person is perfect. But at six weeks and two days, the cracks begin to show; not real structural damage yet, but little things that niggle and nag. Like the way they always assume you'll pay for your own movie, just because you did once, or how they use the dashboard of their car as an imaginary keyboard at long stoplights. Once, you might have thought this was cute, or endearing. Now, it annoys you, but not enough to change anything. Come week eight, though, the strain is starting to show. This person is, in fact, human, and here's where most relationships splinter and die. Because either you can stick around and deal with these problems, or ease out gracefully, knowing that at some point in the not-too-distant future, there will emerge another perfect person, who will fix everything, at least for six weeks. #Quote by Sarah Dessen

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