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64 famous sayings, quotes and sayings I can trust no one.
It's me...—Neha Donald
I'm special because I'm unique,
I am the stardust everyone is looking for.
I am the light and the hope
Walk the eternal tightrope.
I am hugs and sometimes tears,
I am the sky, the sea and the earth.
I am the color no one can name.
I have confidence, but I'm afraid...
I'm hiding, but I'm not holding anything
I am free ...
I am the words "I love you"
I'm a swirl of red, pink and blue.
can you sacrifice a few When these few are the best? Deny the best at the top—Ayn Rand
and you don't have the best anymore. Who are your masses but millions of dull, withered, stagnant souls who have no thoughts of their own, no dreams of their own, no will of their own, eating and sleeping and helplessly chewing the words that others brandish in their minds? And for them would you sacrifice the few who know life, where is life? I loathe [Andrei] your ideals because I know no worse injustice than to give what is not deserved. Because men are not equal in ability and cannot be trusted as if they were.
"I don't know if pure romantic love can overcome anything (it's so based on feelings and attraction, both fickle at times), but I think friendship can, and when romantic love and friendship get mixed up, one of them makes a relationship ." cemented, I guess." - Stay with Jennifer Silverwood “And then I think true love comes later. When you really know someone and know how they think and feel, when you can't imagine anything would ever happen to them. If you trust him and want to spend all your time doing nothing with them, if you want to grow old together. - Stay with Jennifer Silverwood
I have no right to make you love me or to love you. But I know that love is something that is tested and corrected with time.—Jennifer Silverwood
"I don't know if pure romantic love can overcome anything (it's so based on feelings and attraction, both fickle at times), but I think friendship can, and when romantic love and friendship get mixed up, one of them makes a relationship ." cemented, I guess." - Stay with Jennifer Silverwood
“And then I think true love comes later. When you really know someone and know how they think and feel, when you can't imagine anything would ever happen to them. If you trust him and want to spend all your time doing nothing with them, if you want to grow old together. - Stay with Jennifer Silverwood
the eight percent rule for McCann. "It's really quite simple," he said, using the same melodious voice he used to caress and caress the jury. "I have to get one in twelve jurors to vote with us. One in twelve is eight percent, give or take. Not that I have to convince them that our client is innocent, you know. I just have to develop a close working relationship with him. » A man or woman in the crowd who is unruly. The man or woman who has an ax to grind. My theory, and you've seen it twice before, is that in any group of people forced together, at least eight percent of them will oppose the majority, if only to screw things up for themselves - when they have an authority they can trust on their side I am the leader in the field.—CJ Box
You can trust things that haven't been said too much, my love. And the crooked smile. I have that smile myself, and I've also learned to keep quiet over the years. Along with his expressions like "I don't know" and "out of necessity". However, what happens when everything is not told is that one morning you wake up, no, it's more like the end of the afternoon and not only is it not told how it went. That's all. Just leave. After all that, I remember that word, that look, that little twist. I kept them, trusted them and read them like a rune. As a sign that there was a home, a shelter, a culture where we were. When I look back I think I was there alone. Collect bugs and badges.—Renata Adler
"You're hardly in any condition to act as your guardian, son. Get some rest, and when you recover, you can . . ." "I've recovered enough to be around her," Ronan said. "Which I will, especially now after what happened to the guard you hired." "It wasn't Tarkin's fault," Asin said. "I don't want to downplay the tragedy of his death," Ronan said. "But it wasn't up to the task. You need something better. You need me." "You think very highly of yourself," Edwin said dryly. "No, I have a high opinion of the danger Ash is in, and I don't trust anyone who does. Obviously, your guardian wasn't expecting bad dogs."
"Speak here," said Ronan. "As Ash's guardian, I should know all the plans."
"You're hardly in any condition to act as your guardian, son. Get some rest, and when you recover, you can . . ."
"I've recovered enough to be around her," Ronan said. "Which I will, especially now after what happened to the guard you hired."
"It wasn't Tarkin's fault," Asin said.
"I don't want to downplay the tragedy of his death," Ronan said. "But it wasn't up to the task. You need something better. You need me."
"You think very highly of yourself," Edwin said dryly.
"No, I have a high opinion of the danger Ash is in, and I don't trust anyone who does. Obviously, your guardian wasn't expecting bad dogs."
"No one expects bad dogs," Asin said.
“True, but at least you and I expect the unexpected.—Kelly Armstrong
"Why are you so nice? This makes no sense. I am not your wife. I am not your people."—Paulo Bacigalupi
"We are all one another's people. As we all are our brothers keeper. Sometimes we forget. When everything falls apart, people can forget. But in the end; We're all stuck...""
"I knew this Indian... what he said stuck with me was that here in America people are one. You're alone. And they don't trust anyone but themselves, and they don't trust anyone but themselves. He said that this it's because he thinks India would survive all this apocalyptic shit, but America wouldn't. Because nobody here knew their neighbors." He laughed about that. "I still remember him shaking his head over there. here: "No one knows his neighbors."
Mom is my best friend, not because she's my mom, but because...—Debolina Bhawal
She is the one who understands me without me saying it
She's the only one who can read my eyes
She is the only one who can read my aching heart
She is the only one who can give love for free,
She is the one who never leaves my hand, no matter how much I fight her,
She is the one who never complains about anything that has been done to her,
She is the one I can share everything with without fear
he is my best guide
He fights for me when I am innocent
He trusts me when others don't
That's why she's my best friend. I love you mom ...
At night I always prayed in the same way: “Now I will lie down to sleep. I beg the Lord to keep my soul. If I die before I wake up, I ask the Lord to take my soul. Please bless my mom, dad, sister, everyone in the world and me. And please make my father stop drinking.—Pamela Taufer
As a child growing up in a family struggling with alcoholism, I know this: something bad is coming. it always happens. I can't ask for help. I'm really embarrassed. I can't talk about our secrets. no one understands. I can't trust anyone. They always will.
The questions bounced off the wall of values I had erected for myself
a roadblock I put up from the fears I pushed into my darkness.
How could Ryan, a professional baseball player, really resist all these women? How could I really trust Jerry, my childhood friend? As soon as I woke up for sex, boys were already the seventh wonder of the world. Does anyone really trust anyone else? I needed proof. These figures had not yet emerged.
I find it extraordinary to be told that I cannot trust you as a voter to build a government to protect workers' rights and that we need Brussels to stand up for this, the euro is a failed project we will pay, no you will pay ransom after bailing out their taxes and the European Union will not protect their jobs.—Gisela Stuart
But I didn't know anyone. I was alone. Nobody cared. You might as well have let me die.—Margaret Stohl
“You didn't, did you?
"To die? No, no. No, thanks to you. Now I know I can only rely on myself."
"Exactly." Natasha shrugged. "You are welcome."
Ava didn't answer.
Natasha sat next to her. "So many Russian problems." She leaned her back against the wall. "I know you're angry. Be angry all you want. But no matter how you feel, we have to get out of here. Fair?"
"Why should I do anything you say?"
"Because you can trust me."
"Are you crazy? You're the only person I can't trust. You taught me not to trust you."
"No. I taught you not to trust anyone," Natasha said. "And everyone should learn this. Every girl especially." She looked as stubborn as Ava felt.
Why couldn't I find an action that automatically eliminates the need for compulsion? Because there is no magical effect that can make this terrible expectation disappear. The cool thing is that we are designed to let this sense of self take hold of us - over time. We just have to sit and feel what is happening inside us. We have to experience the emotions. To deal with feelings we can call someone from our support team. We can also express feelings by focusing on our breathing or even hitting a pillow. It's important to remember that feelings pass, no matter how terrible. It takes patience and trust - no food...—Jenni Schaefer
And it will always be on this side of heaven. I'm just saying, he's the one, the only one you can count on. Not yourself, not if you stay here now or come back. It's not just any lifestyle you choose, no matter how healthy you think you are. Unless you learn to trust the One who made it all, nothing else really matters. Think about it.” She—Kathryn Cushman
I really liked staying together and we were all /—Michelle T
Spirits so free roam the land we were /
Nomads and artists and no one ever stopped / to think about how this working class roommate / prostituted herself to support an upper middle class gang / dead heads with trust funds from safety nets and Connecticut / childhood everyone was too busy to edit stories / worry about non-issues like teaching... and it's so cool / that none of them have a problem with sex work, they're all real / open-minded, real / rebellious, you know / the legal definition of a pimp is / he who makes a living on a salary of one or five or eight, and would love to stay and eat some of the stir-fry I cooked for you all, but I've got to fuck / this guy, with him We'll all get high and / I'm going to get smoothies tomorrow, save me / some rice, okay?
I'm not saying that there will always be flowers and flowers in your life. No, there are thorns, but they are good too. And I'm not saying your life will always be sweet. It will often be very bitter, but this is how life grows: through dialectics. I'm not saying you'll always be good. Sometimes you will be very bad, but one thing is certain: if you are bad, you will be very bad, and if you are good, you will be very good. You can be trusted, you can count on. When you are angry, you can be sure that your anger is not fake or cold. it is warm and alive. And when you love, you can count on it to keep you alive and warm. To remember,—Osho
Joe, you did great,” says Mercer. "You did great." But there's no denying that we're in the shit. We are in the wild jungle. For some reason I still don't understand, the titans move in the depths and the shadows move in the stairs. As my younger cousin Lawrence would say, we are up to our necks in Podu. "This is Reggie, one of my random bats by the way," pointing to the snarling boy to his left. "Now he's retiring to be a vet, believe me, but for the next ten minutes you can trust him with your life, just don't trust me." Anyway... good night and what the hell is going on and try the lamb, it's excellent.—Nick Harkaway
This love I'm talking about has run out of patience - it's looking for a way to be constructive.—Elizabeth Elliott
Love is not possessive.
Love does not aim to impress, nor does it overstate its beliefs.
Love is kind and does not seek selfish gain.
Love is not subtle.
Love does not reckon with evil and does not rejoice at the evil of others. On the contrary, all good people rejoice when the truth prevails.
Love knows no bounds in its endurance, no end to its confidence, no fading of its hope. it can withstand anything. In fact, it is all that remains when all else has fallen.
The world would be a much better place if people treated each other with decency and respect. There is no reason to be mean to someone who is depressed or has physical or other problems. trust me mate i know. And if you get bullied today, don't take it. If you or your child has a problem, tell someone in authority and talk about the pain. There are many people out there who offer helpful guidance and support, such as counselors, spiritual guides, teachers, coaches, etc. All you have to do is contact us. Bullying is a problem that has deeply scarred our society and I know we can all do more to stop it.—Dick Vitale
I have reached a point where I no longer believe that I am unworthy of greatness.—Nikki Rowe
When the people I surround myself with are not in harmony with my growth, I like to let them go.
If the work I do doesn't bring out the best in me, I'm happy to find something that will.
If I complain about one thing, I have two more to thank.
If I can't always have everything I want, I'll make sure I have everything I need.
When the thunder of life brings tears to my eyes, I'm sure to trick it.
If I lose something, I believe it is because I will soon gain more.
When it is dark, light is almost possible.
Every obstacle is the gateway to conscious living and every sadness is the gateway to the strongest love you can feel.
“Dear God,” he said. Suddenly she shuddered and the tears came back and looked past me at the light above me. "If I can't trust you, then no one can." "I love you," I said. "I don't care about any of this, I swear. I love you."—Ann Rambling
"Uncle Dinner," he said. She squinted her eyes to let the tears come out.
"Yes, Holy Communion, dear," I said.
The hardest thing for me in writing Trust was reliving it, going back and facing it. We move on and we don't move on, you know? She's still there—and by "she," I mean—trapped in this windowless room, this bad business, and this transgression. No one can touch me sexually without triggering this memory. But I had, I thought, booked this free time. I say this and then I want to say: "And I got rid of it"!—Laura Mullen
Yes I know. No one can know what you do or who you trust or don't trust, etc.—Evelyn Smith
He stops walking. "I know, Miranda, I did it because…"—Dan Krokos
'To stop! Do not say that. I don't want to hear you say that.
"I have to say this," Noah says.
"No you don't." When I hear him say the word love, I don't know what to do. I still have my gun. Maybe one day I will be able to forgive him, but all chances are lost if he says he did it out of love. To love someone is to respect them enough to trust them. not to take away your freedom. your life.
"People you knew you could trust," she says like it's the easiest thing in the world to say to me, and I decide that maybe Laylen is the only person who can teach me what a friend means. "You really don't remember anything about her?" I shake my head, put my feet up on the sofa and put my legs to the side. "But I was only a year old when he died." "No, you didn't," he says with a frown. “You were four. Who told you you are one? It would make a difference—Jessica Sorensen
"I'm twenty years old," said Laurent, "and I've had offers for as long as I can remember."—sin of CS
"Is that an answer?" Damon said.
"I'm not a virgin," Laurent said.
"I was wondering," Damon said cautiously, "if you kept your love for women."
Laurent looked surprised. Then he seemed to realize that his surprise betrayed something fundamental, and he looked away with a muttered breath. There was a crooked smile on his lips as he looked at the women, but he said calmly, "No."
“Did I say something that might offend you? I did not mean that
'NO. A plausible, harmless, uncomplicated theory. Trust me you will find out.
"It's not my fault that no one in your country can think straight," Damon said, frowning slightly defensively.
Do not trust anyone. Be a cold fish. I didn't hurt anyone. And no one can hurt me.—Adeline Yen Mah
There is something funny about light and dark—A. C. Gaughen
As with hope, you can never completely erase both. They always exist side by side, bright light makes shadows darker, darkness makes light more beautiful, a seductive siren. I can't hate my dark parts. They were the things that showed me how special and rare the bright flames of trust, loyalty, friendship and love were. My darkness taught me how to love Rob. But now I choose light, fire and love. No, I choose freedom.
What is faith in Christ?—George MacDonald
He gets out of your way, the objects, yourself and takes his and Him. leaving your trust in people, in money, in your opinion, in your character, in religious doctrine and opinion, and then doing what Christ tells you.
I cannot find words strong enough to do justice to the burden of this need - this obedience.
It is a terrible sect of the church that has always presented anything other than obedience as faith in Christ.
I go to all the appointments. All meetings. Sitting with the team of inclusion teachers, occupational therapists, doctors, social workers, special needs teachers and the taxi driver who takes him from appointment to appointment, I commit to whatever can be done for my autistic son. But I will never have a plan to make it. Noah cannot be corrected.—Kelley Jo Burke
And our lives will never be normal. And people always say:
Well, what's normal doesn't really exist, and I say
Of course there is... there is a spectrum... and there are many, many possibilities within that spectrum and believe me bro, ducks on the moon is not one of them... but...
In this unusual life I live with a pirate
and a bird lover and a dragon and a hedgehog and many, many superheroes and aliens and monsters
you are an angel.
I can go to infinity and beyond.
Tanis shuddered and backed away. Raistlin quickly pulled the drawstring at the top of the bag and closed it. Then he eyed her suspiciously, tucked the bag into his robe, slipped it into one of his many hidden pockets, and began to walk away. But Tanis stopped him.—Margaret Weiss
"Things will never be the same between us, will they?" the half-elf asked softly.
Raistlin looked at him for a moment and Tanis saw a glint of sadness in the young wizard's eyes, a longing for trust and friendship and a return to his younger days.
"No," Raistlin whispered. “But that was the price I paid.
I believe in a woman's right to choose, a baby's right to live, and that while every human life is sacred, there is nothing wrong with the death penalty if the legal system is fully trustworthy and that no one but an idiot ever trusts the our legal right System—Neil Gaiman
= Once you start thinking like that, surely no one else is completely trustworthy. - It's not the thought that brought me here. It's about the fact that I once did something that shocked me and then scared me.
- I don't even trust myself. Since I can't trust myself, I can't trust others either. I can only curse myself for this.—Soseki Natsume
= Once you start thinking like that, surely no one else is completely trustworthy.
- It's not the thought that brought me here. It's about the fact that I once did something that shocked me and then scared me.
I hear people talk about "dysfunctional families" all the time. It bothers me because it makes you believe that somewhere there is a magical family where everyone gets along and no one says things they don't mean and there is never a time when sharp objects have to be hidden. Well, I'm sorry, but that family doesn't exist. And if you find some neighbors who seem to be the smiling model of "functionality," trust me—that's the family that gets busted for smuggling guns in their SUV between football games.—Neil Shusterman
The best you can really hope for is a family where all problems, big and small, work together. A bit like an orchestra where all the instruments are not tuned in exactly the same way so you don't even notice.
I made it my mission to look after fathers and daughters. And I saw some incredibly beautiful things. Like the little girl who isn't very cute - her teeth are weird, her hair doesn't grow right and she wears thick glasses - but her daddy holds her hand and walks with her like she's a little angel that no one can touch He gives her the best gift a woman can receive in this world: protection. And the little girl learns to trust the man of her life. And all that the world expects of women - to be beautiful, to soothe a troubled mind, to heal the sick, to care for the dying, to send the greeting card, to bake the cake - all this becomes the way we give back to the father to protect us...—Adriana Triiani
And I know that when you're hurt, your first instinct is to run. But I also realized something else. No one ever followed you when you ran. But I will, and I will, until you know you can trust me. I won't let you get away with something that could be so good. That's wonderful. Marty I love you—Kathy Love
We trust God with our sons and daughters. No one can do a better job with them than He! I—Nathan Cole
There is no one I trust more in show business than Sabrina Wind. They are my eyes and ears when I can't be there. He handles everything from scripts to sets to publicity.—Mark Cherry
Simon: You're doing a dangerous job, Jane. There's a good chance you've been under my knife many times. So I want you to understand one thing very clearly: whatever you do, say or plan, no matter how you approach us, I will never harm you. You're on this table, you're safe... because I'm your doctor. And as little as we like or trust each other, we belong to the same crew. I have the same problems, the same enemies, and more than enough of both. We could circle each other and growl, sleep with one eye open, but the thought makes me tired. I don't care what you've done, I don't know what you're doing, but I trust you. I think you should do the same. Because I can't imagine it working any other way.—Ben Edlund
River: Besides, I can kill you with my mind.
I am currently in Fallujah. I am in Darfur. I'm at Sixty-Third and Park for dinner with Ellen Barkin and Ron Perelman... I'm currently at Lafayette and Astor waiting to get in touch with you for casual change so I can get up. I'm taking a walk in the rose garden with George W. Bush. Helping Donald Rumsfeld sleep well... I was in that cave with Osama and on that plane with Mohammed Atta... And I want you to know that your work has only just begun. And I want you to trust that divine love works when it is consciously practiced. And I want you to think you don't know me if you hate the one I love. And make no mistake: "Who I Love" is everything. I am everyone. People ask me: where are you? Where are you? ...Truly, I beg you to ask yourself: where are you? Where are you?—Stephen Adly Guirgis
I have to trust people. There's no control system that can replace trust, so I have to build that trust, and part of building trust is making sure people feel accountable, and with accountability comes a degree of autonomy. One does not exist without the other.—Harry West
Russ dropped his hands and let Krakenmaw sway lazily in front of him. "I know why you do this. I know why you conquer world after world and motivate your children after every campaign Malcador finds for you. But our father will not do that, brother. He will not choose a favorite. And if you did, it wouldn't be you, it would be Sanguinius, Rogal, or Horus. So you're wasting yourself trying to stand out. It doesn't work that way." The lion let out a scornful laugh. "Not all of us have friends in the palace, Lehman, and you have no idea who our father prefers."
The lion snorted. "You treat everything like a game." That's why I was sent - Malcador can't trust you. no one can trust you. Your Legion is a mob that would fight each other if you weren't there to bash their heads in.' "I wish they looked more like yours," Russ said sarcastically. "Yes," replied the lion angrily. 'Yes. Is it that hard to imagine?—Chris Wright
Russ dropped his hands and let Krakenmaw sway lazily in front of him. "I know why you do this. I know why you conquer world after world and motivate your children after every campaign Malcador finds for you. But our father will not do that, brother. He will not choose a favorite. And if you did, it wouldn't be you, it would be Sanguinius, Rogal, or Horus. So you're wasting yourself trying to stand out. It doesn't work that way."
The lion let out a scornful laugh. "Not all of us have friends in the palace, Lehman, and you have no idea who our father prefers."
He cupped my chin in his hand. It was hot and I didn't back down. "And then there are a few who know love, who understand it. Giving willingly, demanding only the return of that love, that trust. His flawless blue eyes never blinked and I held my breath. "It can be nice, Rachel, when there's trust and love. No one is tied down. No one loses their will. No one is given less. Both become more than they can on their own. But it's so rare, so beautiful when it happens.—Kim Harrison
Ladies and gentlemen of the class of 1997:—Maria Schmich
If I could give you one tip for the future, it would be sunscreen. The long-term benefits of sunscreen have been proven by scientists, while the rest of my advice has no more reliable basis than my own complicated experience. I'll give up on that advice now.
Harness the power and beauty of your youth. We forget. You will not understand the power and beauty of your youth until it is gone. But trust me, 20 years from now you will look at pictures of yourself and remember in a way that you still can't fathom how many opportunities lie ahead of you and how great you really look. You're not as fat as you think.
Don't worry about the future. Or worry, but know that worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebraic equation while chewing gum. The real problems in your life are often things that never crossed your mind and hit you at 4 in the afternoon. some idle Tuesday.
No one can use the heart to hear, touch, feel, see or smell. It's just a piece of muscle mechanically pumped into your ribs. It has no will or ability to do anything but pump until it gives up and atrophies or suffocates from disease. Your spinal cord, on the other hand, feels. The central nervous system emanates from the spinal cord and pain is felt with it. Pain is the most reliable sensation a human can know because it teaches us what hurts. With the spinal cord, you can hear what hurts, smell it, taste it, feel the pain of pain, and see the world with new eyes. I learned a long time ago not to follow my heart, the piece of meat moving in my chest. I trust the tube attached to a pillar of bone, the tube that shows me what pain is.—Joshua S. Porter
Human nature presents a puzzle to the human mind which it has not yet solved and, as far as we know, never will. The division of man into "soul" and "body" is not a given experience. No one has ever had or met a living human soul without a body... Someone who accepts the current scientific description of the universe - as I do in confidence - may find it impossible to believe that a living being can, once dead, come back to life. ; but if he held this belief, he would think more "scientifically" if he thought in Christian terms of a psychosomatic resurrection than if he thought in shamanic terms of a disembodied spirit.—Arnold Joseph Toynbee
You grow up and change, and at some point you might not have all those friends anymore, but you feel like you don't have anyone because you've been betrayed or you've been through things. But right now I'm doing so well with my friends. I feel confident and happy that there are people I can really trust in my life.—Selena Gomez
I believe that while all human life is sacred, there is nothing wrong with the death penalty if the legal system is completely trustworthy, and that no one but an idiot would ever trust the legal system.—Neil Gaiman
It's almost like we're all playing a big game of hide and seek. We are all hiding waiting to be found, but no one has been labeled a seeker. We stand behind the wall, first excited, then anxious, then bored, then scared, then angry. We hide and hide. After a while, the game is no longer fun. Where's my viewfinder? Where is the person who is supposed to come meet me here in my sheltered shell and open me up? Where is the one who makes me trust him, who makes me comfortable and who makes me feel complete? Some rot in place, waiting for the seeker who never comes. The most important truth I can convey to you when you are hiding and waiting is that you are the seeker and the world is waiting for you behind so many walls.—Vironika Tugaleva
I wish we could go up the hill. He could flood it and end the war by taking them all out in one big move. But we can't. No matter how much I desire… or trust God…—Michael Saara
Many can only say of Jesus that they hope to love him. they think they love him. But only those who had a bad and superficial experience will be content to stay here. No one should rest his mind until he is sure of a matter of so vital importance. We must not be satisfied with the superficial hope that Jesus loves us and the simple belief that we love him. The ancient saints generally did not speak with "buts", "ifs", "hopes" and "beliefs", but spoke positively and clearly. "I know who I believed," Paulo says. "I know that my Redeemer lives," says Job. Take a positive knowledge of your love for Jesus, and be not satisfied until you speak of your interest in Him as a reality which you have secured by bearing the witness of the Holy Spirit and His seal upon your soul through received faith.—Charles Haddon Spurgeon
All these years I could only trust in the living God. I have been sent $7,500,000 in answer to my prayer. We needed up to $200,000 in one year and it all came when we needed it. No one can say I asked him for a penny. We have no commissions, collectors, votes, institutions. Everything is an answer to the prayers of faith.—Charles R. Parsons
Honesty is not the same as truth. This is the obstacle to imagining relative truths. I want to trust the madman. He could care less what I think of him, the mark of an honest man. I can always count on him to be completely honest in what he thinks and feels, regardless of the consequences, but without justification I can't necessarily trust his word, even when it comes to his well-being and my own. his reality.—Criss Jami
Subaru... thinks you're special. That's why I want to trust you...—PAPER CLIP
Remember... There is definitely a crime that cannot be invented... There is no one who cannot love someone... Sei-chan...
From the Bible we can conclude that God will ask us two crucial questions: First, "What have you done with my Son, Jesus Christ?" God will not ask questions about your religious background or your doctrinal views. All that matters is, have you accepted what Jesus did for you and have you learned to love and trust him? Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father but through me."17 Second, "What have you done with what I have given you?" What have you done with your life—all the gifts, talents, opportunities, energy, relationships, and resources God has given you? Did you spend it on yourself or use it for the purposes God created you for?—Rick Warren
Everything we were, everything we built our lives on, everything we believed in, is gone. Once, in my diary, I expressed the feeling of the wound that I carry, as if I felt betrayed, and I came to the conclusion that I was betrayed by life itself, and this is very deep. So misfits like you and me have to start over from scratch and make a new version of "life" that we can "live" with. There is no way we can hold on to what we once believed and there is no way we can forget what really happened in our lives and in our world. We will never trust life again.—Neil Peart
No matter how old we are, somehow we can never convince ourselves that the trial we are going through is only temporary. No matter how many tests we've had in the past, and no matter how well we remember them once being gone, we're sure that this, this now, is a permanent condition. But it is not. "By nature humans are ephemeral beings."—Janina Mathewson
"You mean I just have to see it go."
“No way, my dear. I say you have to fight for a solution and believe that eventually there will be one.
"I see you are my superior," he said. 'Very well. I will do it as soon as possible. I'm telling you the simple facts and I only hope you don't jump to the wrong conclusions. George Rattery had been making advances to my wife for some time. She was entertained, intrigued and liked - any woman could be, you know. George was a handsome guy in his own way. She might even have had a harmless flirtation with him. I did not confront her: if you are afraid to trust your wife, then you have no right to marry. At least that's my opinion.—Nicholas Blake
In fact, I can't recognize any of my decisions. One day I realized that all my decisions were made by themselves and always at the right time. Since then, I haven't had to make a single decision. They are always made for me and come from the wisdom that exists in all of us. I trust this wisdom completely. This confidence was a decision I made when research cleared my mind. No decision, no fear.—Byron Kate
[To Paz De La Huerta... ] And there's a girl in the audience and she's beautiful, I can only see half of her figure and she's showing her tits and I'm like, my God, that's unusual.—Real day
ANOTHER CHANCE. Words my mother heard more than once. Words women talk about. If you CAN forgive and you MUST trust. I think judging by society, friends and family, the overwhelming consensus seems to be that you shouldn't give someone who cheated on you a second chance. That you must do whatever it takes to keep the knife out of your back and protect your heart and pride. Cowards give second chances. Fools give second chances. And I'm not a coward or a fool.—Emily Giffin
"In the Ottoman Empire," he began, "camel traders have resting places along their trade routes called caravanserai." Sometimes they are separated by hundreds of kilometers, in the desert or in the mountains, but they travel safely knowing that in the end they will give their journey a place where they can find protection and support. Even if they have never been there before, they are sure there will be a place like this. that sooner or later they will meet a caravanserai.' Annibale leaned forward with interest. "How do you know?" "You don't know. you have faith. He went back to bowing. "I think Annibale did too. That's why my mother called me that." He realized that it had cost him dearly to talk about her. "She liked the story." He said that no one can know what comes next today, but you have to have hope, be brave and believe that everything will be fine.—Marina Fioretto
Days passed like boring students. I didn't notice their individual faces, only their basic outfit: day and night, day and night.—Marissa Pessl
I had no patience for baths or balanced meals. I've been lying on the floor a lot - definitely childish, but if you can lie on the floor without being seen, trust me, you're lying on the floor. I also discovered the fleeting but palpable joy of biting into a Whitman and tossing the other half behind the library couch. I could read, read, read until my eyes burned and the words floated like noodles in soup.
Believe in yourself... or believe in me and them... the Research Corps. I don't know the answer. I never. Either you trust your own strength... or the decisions of trusted companions. No one knows what the outcome will be. So pick as many as you can that will bring you the fewest regrets.—Hajime Isayama
I like women, but she is not always reliable. Some of them are big liars, like this woman I knew who had a dog. I asked her her dog's name and then asked, "Does it bite?" and she said, "No." And I said, "How's he eating?" Liar!—Dimitris Martin
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