Events Quotes And Sayings

Quotes And Sayings About Events

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One gets into a strange psychological, almost hypnotic, state of mind while on the firing line which probably prevents the mind's eye from observing and noticing things in a normal way.
~By Fritz Kreisler ~


You can plan events, but if they go according to your plan they are not events.
~By John Berger ~


History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon.
~By Napoleon Bonaparte ~


Man has but three events in his life: to be born, to live, and to die. He is not conscious of his birth, he suffers at his death and he forgets to live.
~By Jean de la Bruyere ~


Like a kick in the butt, the force of events wakes slumberous talents.
~By Edward Hoagland ~


I waited and worked, and watched the inferior exalted for nearly thirty years; and when recognition came at last, it was too late to alter events, or to make a difference in living.
~By Ellen Glasgow ~


The events of the day inspired me to become a lawyer.
~By Christopher Darden ~


The second advantage claimed for naturalism is that it is equivalent to rationality, because it assumes a model of reality in which all events are in principle accessible to scientific investigation.
~By Phillip E. Johnson ~


It is what we know already that often prevents us from learning.
~By Claude Bernard ~


I want affection and tenderness desperately, but there's something in me that prevents me from handing it out.
~By Ethel Waters ~


Time is a sort of river of passing events, and strong is its current; no sooner is a thing brought to sight than it is swept by and another takes its place, and this too will be swept away.
~By Marcus Aurelius ~


If the September 11 terror attack is supposed to constitute a caesura in world history, it must be able to stand comparison to other events of world historical impact.
~By Jurgen Habermas ~


And for the city's birthday, we will host events in every neighborhood of the city, inviting all of our residents to share in the celebration of Boston's great epic - the story of neighbors who support one another where it matters most.
~By Thomas Menino ~


I thought it was possible that O.J. could have done something. It crossed my mind. I was thinking about the events of everything and going, Why did I hear that? I was going, No, it can't be, and just all that stuff was adding up.
~By Kato Kaelin ~


Human beings are accustomed to think of intellect as the power of having and controlling ideas and of ability to learn as synonymous with ability to have ideas. But learning by having ideas is really one of the rare and isolated events in nature.
~By Edward Thorndike ~


Turn where we may, within, around, the voice of great events is proclaiming to us, Reform, that you may preserve!
~By Thomas B. Macaulay ~


But as we shall see, Roosevelt, through a combination of events and influences, fell deeper and deeper into the toils of various revolutionary operators, not because he was interested in revolution but because he was interested in votes.
~By John T. Flynn ~


What we have to do is put this in a coherent form for them at the end of the day, and on the big events, give them the kind of context that they deserve.
~By Tom Brokaw ~


In the following pages I have endeavoured to describe all that appeared to me most important and interesting among the events and the scenes that came under my notice during my sojourn in the interior of Africa.
~By John H. Speke ~


The events of childhood do not pass, but repeat themselves like seasons of the year.
~By Eleanor Farjeon ~


The SS, as such, behaved no more criminally than any other social groups would behave when taking part in political events.
~By Hans Frank ~


Where much is expected from an individual, he may rise to the level of events and make the dream come true.
~By Elbert Hubbard ~


Events that are predestined require but little management. They manage themselves. They slip into place while we sleep, and suddenly we are aware that the thing we fear to attempt, is already accomplished.
~By Amelia Barr ~


There were mornings in the make-up trailer where I'd have fits of laughter because of the extraordinary daily events of the shoot. Sometimes, it was all too much to believe. But the wildest things happened.
~By Madeleine Stowe ~


The state of my poor boy's health prevents me from leaving home for a night.
~By Edward Irving ~


Back in 1983, the United States government approved the release of the first genetically modified organism. In this case, it was a bacteria that prevents frost on food crops.
~By Jeremy Rifkin ~


Take events in your life seriously, take work seriously, but don't take yourself seriously, or you'll become affected, pompous and boring.
~By Shelley Duvall ~


It can hardly be denied that such a demand quite arbitrarily limits the facts which are to be admitted as possible causes of the events which occur in the real world.
~By Friedrich August von Hayek ~


Nothing in the reporting of a nation's history could so mislead the younger generation as to represent great events in such a way that they appear to have happened as a matter of course.
~By Gustav Stresemann ~


We do have our finger on the pulse of the marketplace, if for no other reasons than having all these live events and listening to our audience all the time.
~By Vince McMahon ~


It is our task to inquire into the causes that have brought about the observed differentiation, and to investigate the sequence of events that have led to the establishment of the multifarious forms of human life.
~By Franz Boas ~


We are busy planning the launch of the channel. I am busy planning all kinds of events that go on the channel without me. I have started producing a sound for the channel.
~By Howard Stern ~


I do have a library of events I can talk about and I always expect to find a different point of view on it so even if I talk about the same event in the same town it's fresh.
~By Leo Kottke ~


I always work from an outline, so I know all the of the broad events and some of the finer details before I begin writing the book.
~By Mercedes Lackey ~


Fiction is about intimacy with characters, events, places.
~By Robert Morgan ~


One of the rules I try to follow is that normal people are going to be involved even in heroic events.
~By David Brin ~


Writing for young children I find I often use particular jokes with words and exaggerated, funny events, but some of these haunt the more complex stories for older children too.
~By Margaret Mahy ~


To say it another way, thinking, however abstract, originates in an embodied subjectivity, at once overdetermined and permeable to contingent events.
~By Teresa de Lauretis ~


I rope steers in team roping events. There's a header and a heeler on a roping team, and I'm the heeler.
~By Wilford Brimley ~


I think people enjoyed LA Law so much, because it was the first show that delved into current events through the prism of the law.
~By Harry Hamlin ~


You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.
~By Marcus Aurelius ~


Julie, Mia and I just met for a couple days, doing some work but really under the guise of having fun. We do events like the Women's Sports Foundation Dinner, where we get to not only do a good thing for the community but we get to hang out with one another again.
~By Brandi Chastain ~


I believe that historians and analysts of historical events need the authority of facts supplied by living witnesses to the events, which they make their subject.
~By Ibrahim Babangida ~


The sixth sense is at the core of our experiences. It is what makes experiences out of events.
~By Henry Reed ~


Anything that prevents you from being friendly, a good neighbour, is a terror tactic.
~By Richard Stallman ~


So an autobiography about death should include, in my case, an account of European Jewry and of Russian and Jewish events - pogroms and flights and murders and the revolution that drove my mother to come here.
~By Harold Brodkey ~


I've done a lot of Super Bowls and appeared in a lot of big, big events and places and the Masters and what have you, but there was nothing as intimidating as speaking with Billy Graham.
~By Pat Summerall ~


Our specious present as such is very short. We do, however, experience passing events; part of the process of the passage of events is directly there in our experience, including some of the past and some of the future.
~By George Herbert Mead ~


Every friend to the liberty of his country is bound to reflect, and step forward to prevent the dreadful consequences which shall result from a government of events.
~By Henry Knox ~


You hate someone whom you really wish to love, but whom you cannot love. Perhaps he himself prevents you. That is a disguised form of love.
~By Sri Chinmoy ~


But while we can never predict where events will take us or the unavoidable bills we will have to pay as a consequence, we must confront the ghastly truth of Labour's legacy.
~By Liam Fox ~


Even if we encounter some shameful events in the past, we shouldn't avoid or hide them.
~By Moo-hyum Roh ~


Writing Part of the Scenery has been a very different experience. I have been reminded of people and events, real and imaginary which have been part of my life. This book is a celebration of the land which means so much to me.
~By Mary Wesley ~


I am one of the 11.5% of New Yorkers who remain traumatized by the events of September 11.
~By Lanford Wilson ~


True realism consists in revealing the surprising things which habit keeps covered and prevents us from seeing.
~By Jean Cocteau ~


One of the extraordinary things about human events is that the unthinkable becomes thinkable.
~By Salman Rushdie ~


Art is the most beautiful deception of all. And although people try to incorporate the everyday events of life in it, we must hope that it will remain a deception lest it become a utilitarian thing, sad as a factory.
~By Claude Debussy ~


Great events make me quiet and calm; it is only trifles that irritate my nerves.
~By Queen Victoria ~


There are events which are so great that if a writer has participated in them his obligation is to write truly rather than assume the presumption of altering them with invention.
~By Ernest Hemingway ~


Cartoons have always been an enjoyment to me... a relaxation... I get my ideas from everyday events.
~By Matthew Ashford ~


Canada remains alienated from its allies, shut out of the reconstruction process to some degree, unable to influence events. There is no upside to the position Canada took.
~By Stephen Harper ~


My life has never been easy. It's like all the major events of my life have always been difficult.
~By Florence Henderson ~


Christ appeared alive on several occasions after the cataclysmic events of that first Easter.
~By Josh McDowell ~


The whole history of science has been the gradual realization that events do not happen in an arbitrary manner, but that they reflect a certain underlying order, which may or may not be divinely inspired.
~By Stephen Hawking ~


We are the only beings on the planet who lead such rich internal lives that it's not the events that matter most to us, but rather, it's how we interpret those events that will determine how we think about ourselves and how we will act in the future.
~By Tony Robbins ~


Tim sends me a fairly ambitious workup in notebook form noting the passages we're going to cover and the chronology of the biblical events, and his commentaries on those things he's read and written.
~By Jerry B. Jenkins ~


News is important information that may influence your investments. Noise is talk or buzz or some headline that prevents you from seeing a story clearly. News is useful. Noise is a distraction. Calling what's noise and news after the fact is easy.
~By Maria Bartiromo ~


The rise of the Dutch Republic must ever be regarded as one of the leading events of modern times.
~By John Lothrop Motley ~


I've been lucky to broadcast some great events and to broadcast the exploits of some great players.
~By Ernie Harwell ~


Human language... prevents us from sticking to the matter at hand.
~By Lewis Thomas ~


Events tend to recur in cycles.
~By W. Clement Stone ~


We all know that any thing which retards in any way the free circulation of the sap, also prevents to a certain extent the formation of wood and leaves.
~By Robert Fortune ~


Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.
~By Eleanor Roosevelt ~


A fat stomach sticks out too far. It prevents you from looking down and seeing what is going on around you.
~By Norman Reilly Raine ~


News events cannot be controlled, nor can newscasts be mapped out like entertainment shows.
~By Jessica Savitch ~


None of us know all the potentialities that slumber in the spirit of the population, or all the ways in which that population can surprise us when there is the right interplay of events.
~By Vaclav Havel ~


There is a certain logic to events that pushes you along a certain path. You go along the path that feels the most true, and most according to the principles that are guiding you, and that's the way the decisions are made.
~By Michael Nesmith ~


The trite answer is that everything is true but none of it happened. It is emotionally true, but the events, the plotting, the narrative, isn't true of my life, though I've experienced most of the emotions experienced by the characters in the play.
~By Patrick Marber ~


I don't think events in your life affect your music.
~By Gordon Getty ~


But the perception of life as an organic unity is a slow achievement, and depends for its growth on a people's entry into the main current of world-events.
~By Muhammed Iqbal ~


Big shows are more like events and small shows are more like traditional gigs.
~By Kelly Jones ~


History is, in its essentials, the science of change. It knows and it teaches that it is impossible to find two events that are ever exactly alike, because the conditions from which they spring are never identical.
~By Marc Bloch ~


And now the sequence of events in no particular order.
~By Dan Rather ~


Down the road, I'll probably have a kid or two or three. And there will probably be political events or spiritual things to comment on, and humor.
~By Alanis Morissette ~


Essentially and most simply put, plot is what the characters do to deal with the situation they are in. It is a logical sequence of events that grow from an initial incident that alters the status quo of the characters.
~By Elizabeth George ~


But I am not political in the current events sense, and I have never wanted anyone to read my poetry that way.
~By Diane Wakoski ~


Music really becomes the soundtrack to the major events to your life.
~By Sheryl Crow ~


A second type of direct evidence is formed by statements, whether as formal legends or personal information, regarding the age or relative sequence of events in tribal history made by the natives themselves.
~By Edward Sapir ~


One thing that makes art different from life is that in art things have a shape... it allows us to fix our emotions on events at the moment they occur, it permits a union of heart and mind and tongue and tear.
~By Marilyn French ~


There is a mysterious cycle in human events. To some generations much is given. Of other generations much is expected. This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with destiny.
~By Franklin D. Roosevelt ~


Every beginning is only a sequel, after all, and the book of events is always open halfway through.
~By Wislawa Szymborska ~


Mental events, it is said, are not passive happenings but the acts of a subject.
~By Hermann Ebbinghaus ~


I outline fairly extensively because I'm usually dealing with real events. I don't need to give myself as much information as I used to, but I still like to have two pages of outline for every projected 100 pages of manuscript.
~By Chelsea Quinn Yarbro ~


I open events for museums and I do charity work and photography.
~By Bill Wyman ~


The personal appearances and red carpet events are very glitzy, but it's a bit false.
~By Enya ~


There's a series of children's books called A Series of Unfortunate Events, which is like an incredibly dark version of Roald Dahl. I hope to start directing it.
~By Barry Sonnenfeld ~


By moving them vertically, a representative mean curve could be formed, and individual events were then characterized by individual logarithmic differences from the standard curve.
~By Charles Francis Richter ~


History is a pack of lies about events that never happened told by people who weren't there.
~By George Santayana ~


Even if you walk exactly the same route each time - as with a sonnet - the events along the route cannot be imagined to be the same from day to day, as the poet's health, sight, his anticipations, moods, fears, thoughts cannot be the same.
~By A. R. Ammons ~


Nothing prevents us from being and remaining the exponents of a united humanity, when we have a country of our own. To fulfill this mission we do not have to remain literally planted among the nations who hate and despise us.
~By Theodor Herzl ~

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