You think sometimes that maybe if the person who hurt you is clobbered you will feel a little better. But it actually doesn't.
Sometimes the British press is maybe a little bit racist.
I feel like great TED Talks are ones that are a little bit subject to interpretation, that do provoke further conversation - and potentially controversy.
Any time you can be with like-minded people, laughing or crying over the same joke or the same scene. . . For me it's therapeutic. You just feel a little less alone on the planet.
There are many of our so-called captains on industry who, if the truth were told, and a shorter and uglier word were not unpermissible, are little better than malefactors of great wealth.
The leader is the person who brings a little magic to the moment.
All we want in Christ, we shall find in Christ. If we want little, we shall find little. If we want much, we shall find much; but if, in utter helplessness, we cast our all on Christ, He will be to us the whole treasury of God.
She stared at me with concern a few moments longer and then relaxed a little. "Okay. But if you need anything—" "I know, I know. Call on the Love Phone.
After awhile, marriage gets a little stale and you're looking for something to scratch that a little.
Europe seems a little softer, but in America it's harsh. In L. A. , where I live, it's all about perfectionism.
Those that have done nothing in life, are not qualified to judge of those that have done little
If you would wed, wed. If not, take your pleasure where you find it. There's little enough of it in this world. " - Oberyn
Now comes the part where I relieve you, the little people, of the burden of your failed and useless lives. But remember, as my plastic surgeon always said: if you gotta go, go with a smile.
Expect much from yourself and little from others and you will avoid incurring resentments
A little bit of stage fright, then I'm ready.
Thus human beings judge of one another, superficially, casually, throwing contempt on one another, with but little reason, and no charity.
Because I grew up with this naive expectation of people doing right, I get shocked by every little violation.
I choose to ignore hell in my life. When I was a little kid I asked my Dad "Am I going to go to hell?" because I'd heard about hell. And he said, "Nothing you're gonna do will get you into hell. " And so I got to ignore it.
A man really living alone (alone mentally as well as physically) would have little or no occasion to reflect upon his past experience to extract its net meaning.
You know Deets is like me - he's not one to quit on a garment just because it's got a little age - spoken by Augustus McCrae
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