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What Is New quotes by Barry Commoner
#1. What is new is that environmentalism intensely illuminates the need to confront the corporate domain at its most powerful and guarded point - the exclusive right to govern the systems of production. #Quote by Barry Commoner
What Is New quotes by David Malouf
#2. Words are powerful. They too can be the agents of what is new, of what is conceivable and can be thought and let loose upon the world. #Quote by David Malouf
What Is New quotes by Harley King
#3. Nothing stays the same and nothing changes. What is old today will be new tomorrow. What is new today will be forgotten tomorrow. #Quote by Harley King
What Is New quotes by Hannah Arendt
#4. Exactly for the sake of what is new and revolutionary in every child, education must be conservative; it must preserve this newness and introduce it as a new thing into an old world. #Quote by Hannah Arendt
What Is New quotes by Daniel Webster
#5. What is valuable is not new, and what is new is not valuable. #Quote by Daniel Webster
What Is New quotes by Leo Tolstoy
#6. We imagine that when we are thrown out of our usual ruts all is lost, but it is only then that what is new and good begins. While there is life there is happiness. There is much, much before us. #Quote by Leo Tolstoy
What Is New quotes by J. Robert Oppenheimer
#7. This world of ours is a new world, in which the unit of knowledge, the nature of human communities, the order of society, the order of ideas, the very notions of society and culture have changed, and will not return to what they have been in the past. What is new is new, not because it has never been there before, but because it has changed in quality. #Quote by J. Robert Oppenheimer
What Is New quotes by Friedrich Nietzsche
#8. What is new, however, is always evil, being that which wants to conquer and overthrow the old boundary markers and the old pieties; and only what is old is good. The good men are in all ages those who dig the old thoughts, digging deep and getting them to bear fruit - the farmers of the spirit. But eventually all land is depleted, and the ploughshare of evil must come again and again. #Quote by Friedrich Nietzsche
What Is New quotes by Octavio Paz
#9. The characteristic feature of modernity is criticism: what is new is set over and against what is old, and it is this constant contrast that constitutes the continuity of tradition. #Quote by Octavio Paz
What Is New quotes by Agnes Repplier
#10. Those persons are happiest in this restless and mutable world who are in love with change, who delight in what is new simply because it differs from what is old; who rejoice in every innovation, and find a strange alert pleasure in all that is, and that has never been before. #Quote by Agnes Repplier
What Is New quotes by Jostein Gaarder
#11. Maybe the imagination creates what is new, but the imagination does not make the actual selection. The imagination does not "compose." A composition - and every work of art is one - is created in a wondrous interplay between imagination and reason, or between mind and reflection. For there will always be an element of chance in the creative process. You have to turn the sheep loose before you can start to herd them. #Quote by Jostein Gaarder
What Is New quotes by Edmund White
#12. What is new about Barthes's posthumous reputation is the view of him as a writer whose books of criticism and personal musings must be admired as serious and beautiful works of the imagination. #Quote by Edmund White
What Is New quotes by Jared Diamond
#13. There is nothing new about prophecies to the effect that the end of the world is near if we do not repent. What is new is that such a prophecy is now true, for two obvious reasons. First, nuclear weapons give us the means to wipe ourselves out quickly: no humans possessed this means before. Second, we already appropriate about forty per cent of the Earth's net productivity (that is, the net energy captured from sunlight). With the world's human population now doubling every forty-one years, we will soon have reached the biological limit to growth, at which point we will have to start fighting each other in deadly earnest for a slice of the world's fixed pie of resources. In addition, given the present rate at which we are exterminating species, most of the world's species will become extinct or endangered within the next century, but we depend on many species for our own life support. #Quote by Jared Diamond
What Is New quotes by Nido R. Qubein
#14. For many people, change is more threatening than challenging. They see it as the destroyer of what is familiar and comfortable rather than the creator of what is new and exciting. #Quote by Nido R. Qubein
What Is New quotes by Ludwig Von Mises
#15. Emphatically rejecting ali traditional religions and claiming for their teachings the epithet "scientific," various writers tried to substitute a new faith for the old ones. They claimed to know precisely what the mysterious power that directs ali cosmic becoming has in store for mankind. They proclaimed an absolute standard of values. Good is what works along the lines that this power wants mankind to follow; everything else is bad. In their vocabulary "progressive" is a synonym of good and "reactionary" a synonym of bad. Inevitably progress will triumph over reaction because it is impossible for men to divert the course of history from the direction prescribed by the plan of the mysterious prime mover. Such is the metaphysics of Karl Marx, the faith of contemporary selfstyled progressivism.
Marxism is a revolutionary doctrine. It expressly declares that the design of the prime mover will be accomplished by civil war. It implies that ultimately in the battles of these campaigns the just cause, that is, the cause of progress, must conquer. Then ali conflicts concerning judgments of value will disappear. The liquidation of ali dissenters will establish the undisputed supremacy of the absolute eternal values.
This formula for the solution of conflicts of value judgments is certainly not new. It is a device known and practiced from time immemorial. Kill the infidels! Burn the heretics! What is new is merely the fact that today it is sold to the public under the label o #Quote by Ludwig Von Mises
What Is New quotes by Robert Louis Stevenson
#16. The average man lives, and must live, so wholly in convention, that gunpowder charges of the truth are more apt to discompose than to invigorate his creed. Either he cries out upon blasphemy and indecency, and crouches the closer round that little idol of part-truths and part-conveniences which is the contemporary deity, or he is convinced by what is new, forgets what is old, and becomes truly blasphemous and indecent himself. New truth is only useful to supplement the old; rough truth is only wanted to expand, not to destroy, our civil and often elegant conventions. #Quote by Robert Louis Stevenson
What Is New quotes by Henry Miller
#17. The new always carries with it the sense of violation, of sacrilege. What is dead is sacred; what is new, that is different, is evil, dangerous, or subversive. #Quote by Henry Miller
What Is New quotes by Francis Bacon
#18. For myself, I found that I was fitted for nothing so well as for the study of Truth; as having a mind nimble and versatile enough to catch the resemblances of things and at the same time steady enough to fix and distinguish their subtler differences; as being gifted by nature with desire to seek, patience to doubt, fondness to meditate, slowness to assert, readiness to consider, carefulness to dispose and set in order; and as being a man that neither affects what is new nor admires what is old, and that hates every kind of imposture. -Francis Bacon #Quote by Francis Bacon
What Is New quotes by Philip K. Dick
#19. Tessa and I started out with conflicting realities, found that when each of us reality-tested the other's, it collapsed. But now, instead of mutually destroying each other's realities, we are shaping a joint one between us. If two people dream the same dream, it ceases to be an illusion; the basic test that distinguishes reality from hallucination is the consensus gentium, that one other or several others see it too. This is the idios kosmos, the private dream, contrasted to the shared dream of us all, the koinos kosmos. What is new in our time is that we are beginning to see the plastic, trembling quality of the koinos kosmos - which scares us, its insubstantiality - and the more than mere vapor quality of the hallucination. Like sf, a third reality is formed halfway between. #Quote by Philip K. Dick
What Is New quotes by Ed Catmull
#20. A characteristic of creative people is that they imagine making the impossible possible. That imagining - dreaming, noodling, audaciously rejecting what is (for the moment) true - is the way we discover what is new or important. #Quote by Ed Catmull
What Is New quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#21. And yet everyone goes toward one and the same
thing, at least everyone strives for one and the same thing, from the sage to the
last robber, only by different paths. This is an old truth, but what is new here is
this: I cannot get very confused. Because I saw the truth, I saw and I know that
people can be beautiful and happy without losing the ability to live on earth. I will
not and cannot believe that evil is the normal condition of people. And they all
laugh merely at this belief of mine. But how can I not believe: I saw the truth -
it's not that my mind invented it, but I saw it, I saw it, and its living image filled
my soul for all time. I saw it in such fulfilled wholeness that I cannot believe it is
impossible for people to have it. #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
What Is New quotes by John Gray
#22. Where affluence is the rule, the true threat is the loss of desire.(...) What is new is not that prosperity depends on stimulating demand. It is that it cannot continue without inventing new vices. #Quote by John Gray
What Is New quotes by Cassandra Clare
#23. That is how they are. That is how the Cold Peace has made them. Afraid of what is new and different, and filled with hatred like ice. She #Quote by Cassandra Clare
What Is New quotes by Gautama Buddha
#24. A person of wisdom should be truthful, without arrogance, without deceit, not slanderous and not hateful.

The wise person should go beyond the evil of greed and miserliness.
To have your mind set on calmness, you must take power over sleepiness, drowsiness and lethargy.
There is no place for laziness and no recourse to pride.

Do not be led into lying, do not be attached to forms.
You must see through all pride and fare along without violence.
Do not get excited by what is old, do not be contented with what is new.
Do not grieve for what is lost or be controlled by desire. #Quote by Gautama Buddha
What Is New quotes by Otto Ernst Remer
#25. The Islamic revolution in Iran is a positive development.

At the same time, the Islamic revolution of Afghanistan, sprung exclusively from
spiritual roots, dealt a heavy blow to the communist regime in the former Soviet Union. In face of that revolution, the red Soviet empire had to concede that it is incapable, in spite of its military superiority, to defeat the Mujaheddin, whose main weapons were their right and their spiritual strength.

Another quite new situation appeared as a consequence of the Islamic revolution in Iran, that destroyed the Zionist rule in that country and shook its foundations in that part of the world. Khomeini's letter to Gorbachev, in which he was inviting the latter to convert to Islam, had great symbolic power! What is new again is the movement of Islamic rebirth and the continuous decay of the strength of the colonial government bodies directed from afar by Israel in many Islamic countries."

"The Islamic system has remained stable in Iran even after the death of Khomeini and the change in the person of the leader and of the leadership group the only one to remain stable in the entire Islamic world.

On the contrary, the demise of the Shah meant at the same time the collapse of his
regime, his artificial form of government, and his army. All that went to the dust-bin of
history. The same fate awaits the other regimes that prevail in the muslim world. Israel knows that very well. She tries de #Quote by Otto Ernst Remer
What Is New quotes by Mao Zedong
#26. Conditions are changing all the time, and to adapt one's thinking to the new conditions, one must study. Even those who have a better grasp of Marxism and are comparatively firm in their proletarian stand have to go on studying, have to absorb what is new and study new problems. #Quote by Mao Zedong
What Is New quotes by C. D. Innes
#27. Avant garde has become a ubiquitous label, eclectically applied to any type of art that is anti-traditional in form. At its simplest, the term is sometimes taken to describe what is new at any given time: the leading edge of artistic experiment, which is continually outdated by the next step forward. #Quote by C. D. Innes
What Is New quotes by Barbara Kingsolver
#28. What is new is that we know so very much about the world, or at least the part of it that is most picturesquely exploding on any given day, that we're left with a desperate sense that all of it is exploding, all the time. As far as I can tell, that is the intent and purpose of television news. We see so much, understand so little, and are simultaneously told so much about What We Think, as a populace polled minute by minute, that is begins to feel like an extraneous effort to listen at all to our hearts. #Quote by Barbara Kingsolver
What Is New quotes by Debasish Mridha
#29. By letting go we become free to accept what is new. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
What Is New quotes by Samuel Johnson
#30. To exact of every man who writes that he should say something new, would be to reduce authors to a small number; to oblige the most fertile genius to say only what is new, would be to contract his volumes to a few pages. Yet, surely, there ought to be some bounds to repetition; libraries ought no more to be heaped for ever with the same thoughts differently expressed, than with the same books differently decorated. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
What Is New quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#31. Oh, now, life, life! I lifted up my hands and called upon eternal truth, not with words, but with tears; ecstasy, immeasurable ecstasy flooded my soul. Yes, life and spreading the good tidings! Oh, I at that moment resolved to spread the tidings, and resolved it, of course, for my whole life. I go to spread the tidings, I want to spread the tidings - of what? Of the truth, for I have seen it, have seen it with my own eyes, have seen it in all its glory.
And since then I have been preaching! Moreover I love all those who laugh at me more than any of the rest. Why that is so I do not know and cannot explain, but so be it. I am told that I am vague and confused, and if I am vague and confused now, what shall I be later on? It is true indeed: I am vague and confused, and perhaps as time goes on I shall be more so. And of course I shall make many blunders before I find out how to preach, that is, find out what words to say, what things to do, for it is a very difficult task. I see all that as clear as daylight, but, listen, who does not make mistakes? An yet, you know, all are making for the same goal, all are striving in the same direction anyway, from the sage to the lowest robber, only by different roads. It is an old truth, but this is what is new: I cannot go far wrong. For I have seen the truth; I have seen and I know that people can be beautiful and happy without losing the power of living on earth. I will not and cannot believe that evil is the normal condition of m #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
What Is New quotes by Bertolt Brecht
#32. Sin is what is new, strong, surprising, strange. The theatre must take an interest in sin if the young are to be able to go there. #Quote by Bertolt Brecht
What Is New quotes by Margaret Mead
#33. What is new is not bisexuality, but rather the widening of our awareness and acceptance of human capacities for sexual love. #Quote by Margaret Mead
What Is New quotes by Tina Brown
#34. What is new is the multiplying reach and volume of the Internet, concentrating the toxicity of destructive emotions and circulating them in the political bloodstream with unparalleled velocity. #Quote by Tina Brown
What Is New quotes by Joachim Schmid
#35. The most striking feature of the new is the sheer mass. Photography was previously a mass phenomenon, but now, quantity is doubtless the outstanding quality. For a long time photos have been taken frequently and everywhere, but now photos are taken permanently and everywhere, ... What is new is that we can watch them practically in real time. #Quote by Joachim Schmid
What Is New quotes by Joan D. Chittister
#36. Only ideas keep ideas flowing. When we close our minds to what is new, simply because we decide not to bother with it, we close our minds to our responsibility to ourselves - and to others - to keep on growing. #Quote by Joan D. Chittister
What Is New quotes by Soren Kierkegaard
#37. One becomes weary only of what is new. #Quote by Soren Kierkegaard
What Is New quotes by Henri J.M. Nouwen
#38. To live a spiritual life does not mean that we must leave our families, give up our jobs, or change our ways of working; it does not mean that we have to withdraw from social or political activities, or lose interest in literature and art; it does not require severe forms of asceticism or long hours of prayer. Changes such as these may in fact grow out of our spiritual life, and for some people radical decisions may be necessary. But the spiritual life can be lived in as many ways as there are people. What is new is that we have moved from the many things to the kingdom of God. What is new is that we are set free from the compulsions of our world and have set our hearts on the only necessary thing. What is new is that we no longer experience the many things, people, and events as endless causes for worry, but begin to experience them as the rich variety of ways in which God makes his presence known to us. #Quote by Henri J.M. Nouwen
What Is New quotes by Baruch Spinoza
#39. I have resolved to demonstrate by a certain and undoubted course of argument, or to deduce from the very condition of human nature, not what is new and unheard of, but only such things as
agree best with practice. #Quote by Baruch Spinoza
What Is New quotes by Lewis Mumford
#40. For most Americans, progress means accepting what is new because it is new, and discarding what is old because it is old. #Quote by Lewis Mumford
What Is New quotes by Michael Shurtleff
#41. Take nothing for granted. Make an emotional discovery as often as you can find one in every scene. Ask yourself: What is new? #Quote by Michael Shurtleff
What Is New quotes by Yukio Mishima
#42. Young people get the foolish idea that what is new for them must be new for everybody else too. No matter how unconventional they get, they're just repeating what others before them have done. #Quote by Yukio Mishima
What Is New quotes by John O'Donohue
#43. Perhaps the art of harvesting the secret riches of our lives is best achieved when we place profound trust in the act of beginning. Risk might be our greatest ally. To live a truly creative life, we always need to cast a critical look at where we presently are, attempting always to discern where we have become stagnant and where new beginning might be ripening. There can be no growth if we do not remain open and vulnerable to what is new and different. I have never seen anyone take a risk for growth that was not rewarded a thousand times over. #Quote by John O'Donohue
What Is New quotes by Sai Baba
#44. What is new in the world? Nothing. What is old in the world? Nothing. Everything has always been and will always be. #Quote by Sai Baba
What Is New quotes by Pearl S. Buck
#45. I am comforted by life's stability, by earth's unchangeableness. What has seemed new and frightening assumes its place in the unfolding of knowledge. It is good to know our universe. What is new is only new to us. #Quote by Pearl S. Buck
What Is New quotes by Marcel Proust
#46. The lie, the perfect lie, about people we know, about the relations we have with them, about our motive for some action, formulated in totally different terms, the lie as to what we are, whom we love, what we feel with regard to people who love us ... that lie is one of the few things in the world that can open windows for us on to what is new and unknown, that can awaken in us sleeping senses for the contemplation of universes that otherwise we should never have known. #Quote by Marcel Proust
What Is New quotes by Betty Makoni
#47. That there is a silent genocide of women and girls in the homes, communities and just everywhere is not a new story. That my great grandmother, grandmother, mother, mother-in-law, aunt, sister, cousin, niece, housemaid, co-worker, friend, neighbor and just about every female shares the same pain is not a new story. What is new in this story is how I stood up to say, "Never again." Never again will a girl or woman get raped, killed, drop out of school, be harmed by our culture or be sexually enslaved. That is as long as I know about it. Never Again--not to any woman or girl again is the new story. #Quote by Betty Makoni
What Is New quotes by Jeffrey Fry
#48. People are usually more interested in what is new, rather than what is better. #Quote by Jeffrey Fry
What Is New quotes by Romano Guardini
#49. We must not oppose what is new and try to preserve a beautiful world that is inevitably perishing. Nor should we try to build a new world of the creative imagination that will show none of the damage of what is actually evolving. Rather, we must transform what is coming to be. But we can do this only if we honestly say yes to it and yet with incorruptible hearts remain aware of all that is destructive and nonhuman in it. Our age has been given to us as the soil on which to stand and the task to master. #Quote by Romano Guardini
What Is New quotes by Bill Buford
#50. What is New York? A straightforward answer: seven million people crushed onto an island originally settled by the Dutch. But it's more than that. These are seven million who were, mainly, not even born here. #Quote by Bill Buford
What Is New quotes by Henri Frederic Amiel
#51. The musician of the present day, not being able to give us what is beautiful, torments himself to give us what is new. #Quote by Henri Frederic Amiel
What Is New quotes by George Clinton
#52. Absorb youth and you will be absorbed by youth. Take on new influences without fear and you need not fear what is new. Change the people around you by changing the people around you. #Quote by George Clinton
What Is New quotes by Steven Erikson
#53. The Azath will not be touched, for it is new, a child. Her eyes, soft brown, slowly regarded those of her companions. "The Queen of Darkness spoke thus of Light when it was first born: 'It is new, and what is new is innocent, and what is innocent is precious. Observe this child of wonder, and know respect.' "

Orfantal scowled. "Thus did Light survive, and so was Darkness destroyed, the purity vanquished - and now you would have us flawed as our Queen was flawed. Light became corrupted and destroyed our world, Korlat, or have you forgotten?"

Korlat's smile was a sad one. Cherish such flaws, dear brother, for our Queen's was hope, and so is mine. #Quote by Steven Erikson
What Is New quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#54. The most original of authors are not so because they advance what is new, but more because they know how to say something, as if it had never been said before. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
What Is New quotes by Pauline Kael
#55. The critical task is necessarily comparative, and younger people do not truly know what is new #Quote by Pauline Kael
What Is New quotes by Yves Chauvin
#56. I have always been an avid reader of chemical literature, eager for what is new. #Quote by Yves Chauvin
What Is New quotes by William Sargant
#57. What is new is not always true, and what is true is not always new. #Quote by William Sargant
What Is New quotes by Thornton Wilder
#58. We live in what is, but we find a thousand ways not to face it. Great theater strengthens our faculty to face it. #Quote by Thornton Wilder
What Is New quotes by John Ruskin
#59. All you have really to do is to keep your back as straight as you can; and not think about what is upon it. The real and essential meaning of "virtue" is that straightness of back. #Quote by John Ruskin
What Is New quotes by Kate Winslet
#60. It's what you feel, what is in your heart that matters most. #Quote by Kate Winslet
What Is New quotes by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
#61. Islam is not unusual in having a tradition of martyrs. What is unique to Islam is the tradition of murderous martyrdom, in which the individual martyr simultaneously commits suicide and kills others for religious reasons. #Quote by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
What Is New quotes by Michelle Alexander
#62. As discussed in chapter 4, during Jim Crow, racial stigma contributed to racial solidarity in the black community. Racial stigma today, however - that is, the stigma of black criminality - has turned the black community against itself, destroyed networks of mutual support, and created a silence about the new caste system among many of the people most affected by it.58 The implications of this difference are profound. Racial #Quote by Michelle Alexander
What Is New quotes by Albert Einstein
#63. The world we have made as a result of the level of thinking we have
done thus far creates problems that we cannot solve at the same level at which we have created them ... We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humankind is to survive. #Quote by Albert Einstein
What Is New quotes by Aristotle.
#64. There is also a doubt as to what is to be the supreme power in the state: - Is it the multitude? Or the wealthy? Or the good? Or the one best man? Or a tyrant? #Quote by Aristotle.
What Is New quotes by Mario Vargas-Llosa
#65. Whether religious or racial, anti-Semitism is always repugnant, one of the most destructive manifestations of human stupidity and evil. What is profoundly expressed in it is man's traditional mistrust of the man who is not part of his tribe, that 'other' who speaks a different language, whose skin is a different color, and who participates in mysterious rites and rituals. #Quote by Mario Vargas-Llosa
What Is New quotes by Gerhard Richter
#66. The reason these paintings are destined for New York is not because I am disappointed about a lack of German interest, but because MoMA asked me, and because I consider it to be the best museum in the world. #Quote by Gerhard Richter
What Is New quotes by Ryan J. Alls
#67. When intentional, there is no right or wrong in writing - only creativity, personality and a new way to look at words. If you see wrong, you've missed the right. #Quote by Ryan J. Alls
What Is New quotes by Shelly Rambo
#68. The pressure to get over, to forget, to wipe away the past, is often reinforced by one particular way of reading Christian redemption. The narrative of triumphant resurrection can often operate in such a way as to promise a radically new beginning to those who have experienced a devastating event. A linear reading of cross and resurrection places death and life in a continuum; death is behind and life is ahead; life emerges victoriously from death. This way of reading can, at its best, provide a sense of hope and promise for the future. But it can also gloss of the realities of pain and loss, glorify suffering, and justify violence. #Quote by Shelly Rambo
What Is New quotes by Thomas Nashe
#69. A traveller must have the back of an ass to bear all, a tongue like the tail of a dog to flatter all, the mouth of a hog to eat what is set before him, the ear of a merchant to hear all and say nothing. #Quote by Thomas Nashe
What Is New quotes by Michelle Frost
#70. I can't tell you what to do. Only you know what is best for you, but I can tell you this much: love isn't a destination, it's a journey. You have to be willing to walk together or you will end up walking further and further apart. #Quote by Michelle Frost
What Is New quotes by David Weinberger
#71. Transparency is the new objectivity #Quote by David Weinberger
What Is New quotes by E.R. Eddison
#72. Let worthy minds ne'er stagger in distrust
To suffer death or shame for what is just #Quote by E.R. Eddison
What Is New quotes by Mark Tye Turner
#73. Because being a fan is not all about the good times when victory makes life better. Dealing with defeat helps mold you as a fan. If you didn't experience the bitter taste of losing, then you wouldn't have any humility. You wouldn't have a heart. You'd be a New York Yankees fan. #Quote by Mark Tye Turner
What Is New quotes by Atul Gawande
#74. What tormented Ivan Ilyich most," Tolstoy writes, "was the deception, the lie, which for some reason they all accepted, that he was not dying but was simply ill, and he only need keep quiet and undergo a treatment and then something very good would result." Ivan Ilyich has flashes of hope that maybe things will turn around, but as he grows weaker and more emaciated he knows what is happening. He lives in mounting anguish and fear of death. But death is not a subject that his doctors, friends, or family can countenance. That is what causes him his most profound pain. #Quote by Atul Gawande
What Is New quotes by Roberta M. Gilbert
#75. What is making contact? It is hard to define, but people do know when they have or have not made contact ... Sometimes it seems that humans have lost the art. The range of possibilities for contact open to human beings is extremely large, ranging from conversations that can last hours to something as brief as a pull on a pigtail. However, just a small attempt to make contact with the other person on a regular basis can put a distant relationship back on track. #Quote by Roberta M. Gilbert
What Is New quotes by Wendell Berry
#76. Finally Bill Mixter would lower his head, lay his bow upon the strings, and draw out the first notes of a tune, and the others would come in behind him. The music, while it lasted, brought a new world into being. They would play some tunes they had learned on the radio, but their knowledge was far older than that and they played too the music that was native to the place, or that the people of the place were native to. Just the names of the tunes were a kind of music; they cal l back the music to my mind still, after so many years: "Sand Riffle," "Last Gold Dollar," "Billy in the Low Ground," "Gate to Go Through," and a lot of others. "A fiddle, now, is an atmospheric thing," said Burley Coulter. The music was another element filling the room and pouring out through the cracks. When at last they'd had their fill and had gone away, the shop felt empty, the silence larger than before. #Quote by Wendell Berry
What Is New quotes by Molly Harper
#77. It's that time of the month again…

As we head into those dog days of July, Mike would like to thank those who helped him get the toys he needs to enjoy his summer.

Thanks to you, he bought a new bass boat, which we don't need; a condo in Florida, where we don't spend any time; and a $2,000 set of golf clubs…which he had been using as an alibi to cover the fact that he has been remorselessly banging his secretary, Beebee, for the last six months.

Tragically, I didn't suspect a thing. Right up until the moment Cherry Glick inadvertently delivered a lovely floral arrangement to our house, apparently intended to celebrate the anniversary of the first time Beebee provided Mike with her special brand of administrative support. Sadly, even after this damning evidence-and seeing Mike ram his tongue down Beebee's throat-I didn't quite grasp the depth of his deception. It took reading the contents of his secret e-mail account before I was convinced. I learned that cheap motel rooms have been christened. Office equipment has been sullied. And you should think twice before calling Mike's work number during his lunch hour, because there's a good chance that Beebee will be under his desk "assisting" him.

I must confess that I was disappointed by Mike's over-wrought prose, but I now understand why he insisted that I write this newsletter every month. I would say this is a case of those who can write, do; and those who can't do Taxes.

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What Is New quotes by Virginia Woolf
#78. What is meant by 'reality'? It would seem something very erratic, very undependable-now to be found in a dusty road, now in a scrap of newspaper in the street, now in a daffodil in the sun. It lights up a group in a room and stamps some casual saying. It overwhelms one walking home beneath the stars and makes the silent world more real than the world of speech-and then there it is again in an omnibus in the uproar of Picadilly. #Quote by Virginia Woolf
What Is New quotes by A.R. Rahman
#79. I've been doing music for many years and after a point what is the motivation that drives you to compose and to do stuff? I did this song for the U.N., a fighting for poverty anthem. That's when I realized that I could do a foundation. And when I started the foundation, it was basically to fight poverty and to help - that kind of stuff. #Quote by A.R. Rahman
What Is New quotes by Milan Kundera
#80. What is unique about the "I" hides itself exactly in what is unimaginable about a person. All we are able to imagine is what makes everyone like everyone else, what people have in common. The individual "I" is what differs from the common stock, that is, what cannot be guessed at or calculated, what must be unveiled, uncovered, conquered. #Quote by Milan Kundera
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#81. Sister Katherine smiled. 'Such arrogance. You did not choose God, Maria. He chose you. For you, as his servant, there is no such thing as choice. You must do what is right. You may do no other. #Quote by Jack Higgins
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#82. One of the most powerful aspects of service - being different. What is WOW? WOW! is great service! WOW! separates the EXTRAordinary from the ordinary. WOW! Separates the strong from the weak. WOW! separates the sincere from the insincere. WOW! separates the pro's from the con's. WOW! separates the yes's from the no's. WOW! is the full measure of your personal power, and the way you use it. WOW! is doing what others can't (or won't). WOW! is what you do for others in an exceptional way. WOW! is the ticket to success. Your ticket. Are you WOW? #Quote by Jeffrey Gitomer
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#83. As people come to understand the environmental damages being caused by carbon and industry pollutants, there is a call for "full-cost accounting." This is an effort to include the adverse environmental costs of manufacturing and other production in the price of producing those items--from the cost of cleanup to the health impacts of carbon pollution. Currently, companies' profit-and-loss statements don't account for these and other costs, which are paid for by us all, and disproportionately by the poor and vulnerable. By failing to pay for the real cost of production, by misrepresenting or ignoring the vast consequences of some of their work, certain businesses and corporations have pursued paths that are at odds with the interests of society. A greater movement toward full-cost accounting is critical if we are going to align business decisions with what is in the best interests of future generations... #Quote by Cory Booker
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#84. One thing, I try to be honest. And what is revealed is often rather hideously unflattering. #Quote by Sylvia Plath
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#85. A thing is a thing, not what is said of a thing #Quote by Birdman
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#86. My major preoccupation is the question, 'What is reality?' #Quote by Philip K. Dick
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#87. I think character is very much a product of where you live, who you are, what is happening in that time of your life, and I'm interested in those pressures, those forces. A political context, a social context, really determines if not who people are then how they treat one another and what they say, how they speak. #Quote by Rachel Kushner

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