Events Quotes And Sayings

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I have spent time discussing the American political system and current events in Taiwan with the junior diplomats, and they have repeatedly expressed their country's desire to avoid confrontation with China.
~By Michael K. Simpson ~


Left Behind takes what to some people may be unbelievable predictions from the Bible and shows how they might play out. It makes the events of biblical prophecy understandable and thus believable.
~By Jerry B. Jenkins ~


Most people do not actually know how to think for themselves, and unfortunately that prevents them from even knowing it.
~By Bryant H. McGill ~


When the venture has been made of dealing with historical events and characters, it always seems fair towards the reader to avow what liberties have been taken, and how much of the sketch is founded on history.
~By Charlotte Mary Yonge ~


My intention was to enroll at McGill University but an unexpected series of events led me to study physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
~By Sidney Altman ~


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


It's probably fair to say that Obama's ideas were too big for America's appetite. It would have been nice had he made a few incremental repairs to the economy and left the transformative events for a less stressful time.
~By Kathleen Parker ~


When we did concerts, we wanted them to be theatrical events - collaborations with designers, choreographers, and directors - because we thought traditional rock concerts were boring.
~By Neil Tennant ~


Yes, it's a prequel. It tells the story about how the girls were born with superpowers, but they weren't necessarily heroes at the beginning of this movie, so the movie is about the events that happen in their life to make them decide to be heroes.
~By Craig McCracken ~


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 ~


Nothing prevents one from appearing natural as the desire to appear natural.
~By Francois de La Rochefoucauld ~


Well, I'm Buddhist, Ray, and so part of my Buddhism has allowed me to look a little more deeply at people and the events in my life that created me. And I think a lot of that Buddhism comes out in the world view in this novel.
~By Sandra Cisneros ~


Now very often events are set up for photographers... The weddings are orchestrated about the photographers taking the picture, because if it hasn't been photographed it doesn't really exist.
~By Elliott Erwitt ~


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 ~


I do not read newspapers. I do not watch television. I am not interested in current events, although I will occasionally discuss them if other people want to discuss them.
~By Diane Wakoski ~


A nobler example, because a less personal one, of the pinch of poverty, is when it prevents the accomplishment of some cherished scheme for the benefit of the human race.
~By James Payn ~


The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to ourselves they find their own order the continuous thread of revelation.
~By Eudora Welty ~


All strange and terrible events are welcome, but comforts we despise.
~By Cleopatra ~


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 ~


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


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


Shakespeare is the outstanding example of how that can be done. In all of Shakespeare's plays, no matter what tragic events occur, no matter what rises and falls, we return to stability in the end.
~By Charlton Heston ~


The problem with a purely collective system is not only that it requires economic growth, and the right sort of demographic trends, but that it prevents people thinking about their futures in a responsible way.
~By Jacques Delors ~


The severity of the laws prevents their execution.
~By Charles de Montesquieu ~


Before this address to my countrymen is closed, I beg leave to observe, that as a new century has dawned upon us, the mind is naturally led ot contemplate the great events that have run parallel with and have just closed the last.
~By Mercy Otis Warren ~


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 ~


The consequences of things are not always proportionate to the apparent magnitude of those events that have produced them. Thus the American Revolution, from which little was expected, produced much; but the French Revolution, from which much was expected, produced little.
~By Charles Caleb Colton ~


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


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 ~


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 ~


Johns Hopkins introduced me to two defining events in my life: commitment to biomedical research and meeting my future wife, Mary.
~By Peter Agre ~


Once you begin to explain or excuse all events on racial grounds, you begin to indulge in the perilous mythology of race.
~By James Earl Jones ~


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


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 ~


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 ~


In the tumult of men and events, solitude was my temptation; now it is my friend. What other satisfaction can be sought once you have confronted History?
~By Charles de Gaulle ~


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


Events are not a matter of chance.
~By Gamal Abdel Nasser ~


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


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 ~


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 ~


There is something universal in the theme of a man trying to save his family in the midst of the most terrible circumstances. It is not limited to Sierra Leone. This story could apply to any number of places where ordinary people have been caught up in political events beyond their control.
~By Edward Zwick ~


It was but then, when you're, one of the great poisonous events that have infected us all who were in South Africa is that the idea of difference is drip fed into your veins. It's that that you fight.
~By Janet Suzman ~


Dreaming or awake, we perceive only events that have meaning to us.
~By Jane Roberts ~


History is an account, mostly false, of events, mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.
~By Ambrose Bierce ~


Suicide sometimes proceeds from cowardice, but not always; for cowardice sometimes prevents it; since as many live because they are afraid to die, as die because they are afraid to live.
~By Charles Caleb Colton ~


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


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 ~


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 ~


Being famous gets me good concert tickets, good tables in restaurants, good seats at sporting events and that's really about it.
~By Fran Drescher ~


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


The events of September 11 and what has happened since have made people understand that even a small, distant and far away country like Afghanistan cannot be left to break up into anarchy and chaos without consequences for the whole world.
~By Lakhdar Brahimi ~


The sad events that occur in my life are the sad events that happen to everybody, with losing friends and family, but that is a natural occurrence, as natural as being born.
~By Sergio Aragones ~


There is one type of ideal woman very seldom described in poetry - the old maid, the woman whom sorrow or misfortune prevents from fulfilling her natural destiny.
~By Lafcadio Hearn ~


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 ~


Since the goal of my programs is to show audiences how humor can both help them heal as well as deal with not-so-funny stuff, I decided to discuss the events of the previous week, the pain all of us were feeling, and how humor and some laughter might be beneficial.
~By Allen Klein ~


The enemy of the conventional wisdom is not ideas but the march of events.
~By John Kenneth Galbraith ~


Amid the pressure of great events, a general principle gives no help.
~By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel ~


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 ~


The quality of my life has changed dramatically - not the events - but the way I handle them and my priorities and my sense of drama.
~By Ali MacGraw ~


Don't ever become a pessimist... a pessimist is correct oftener than an optimist, but an optimist has more fun, and neither can stop the march of events.
~By Robert A. Heinlein ~


I believe, however, that impending events will call us and we must respond but where, with whom, and how?
~By John Burns ~


You give up your childhood. You miss proms and games and high-school events, and people say it's awful... I say it was a good trade. You miss something but I think I gained more than I lost.
~By Mary Lou Retton ~


The shock caused by the September 11 events has also lead to a thorough reflection on the existing disparity between rich and poor countries, on the misery of populations of the South.
~By Omar Bongo ~


Yeah, I don't deal with current events or pop culture, and I avoid politics like the plague.
~By Max Cannon ~


Buddha means awareness, the awareness of body and mind that prevents evil from arising in either.
~By Bodhidharma ~


I presumed the president was being truthful until a series of events undercut that confidence.
~By Bob Graham ~


Instead, I was interested in what I guess I could call narrative indeterminacy, in questioning the apparent, taken-for-granted authority of any particular representation of the events in question.
~By Peter Straub ~


Music is a means of giving form to our inner feelings, without attaching them to events or objects in the world.
~By George Santayana ~


The simultaneous reactions elicited all over the world by the reading of newspaper dispatches about the same events create, as it were, a common mental pulse beat for the whole of civilized mankind.
~By Christian Lous Lange ~


We speculate as to what is in store for us. But we not only undergo events, we in part cause them or at least influence their course. We have not only to study them but to act.
~By Emily Greene Balch ~


In the same vein as these events, National Minority Health Month also serves as a reminder of how much work needs to be done to eliminate health and healthcare inequities.
~By Elijah Cummings ~


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


They played Boston. They played at the Boston Tea Party and through an amazing chain of events I got to hang out with them backstage even though I was underage.
~By Jonathan Richman ~


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


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


It's always a mistake for writers to key their submissions to world events, because they move so quickly and unpredictably, as has certainly proven the case in Afghanistan.
~By Richard Curtis ~


Rock 'n' roll... but I also like sporting events a lot. I love Mike Piazza.
~By Angie Everhart ~


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 ~


I just try not to subscribe to the ways of celebrity. I'm not a celebrity, I'm a working actor. A lot of the events - the parties and the premieres that people go to to get noticed - I'm just not into. I'll hang out with my friends, go see punk shows, read at home. At the same time, I have a production company, which is a lot of work.
~By Milo Ventimiglia ~


The idea of being a foreign correspondent and wandering the world and witnessing great events, having adventures and covering the activities of world leaders, appealed to me greatly. It was a very glamorous life in those days.
~By Alan Cranston ~


Murderers will try to recall the sequence of events, they will remember exactly what they did just before and just after. But they can never remember the actual moment of killing. This is why they will always leave a clue.
~By Peter Ackroyd ~


I am both stunned and appalled that Pat Robertson would claim to know the mind of God concerning whether particular events... were the judgments of God.
~By Richard Land ~


All things being equal, if we could simulate the same scenario, he has a lot more difficult task. He's elected to swim six individual events, as opposed to what I elected to do, which was four.
~By Mark Spitz ~


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


The constant flux and caprice of mental events do not admit of the establishment of stable experimental conditions.
~By Hermann Ebbinghaus ~


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 ~


The situation in the region is flammable and may explode at any moment, because of the crucial events and because of the absence of justice in executing the international legitimacy resolutions, regarding the Israeli Arab cause and the oppression on Palestinians by Israelis.
~By Ali A. Saleh ~


It's essential to distinguish between events that are really beyond your control and events you caused yourself.
~By Barbara Sher ~


Now I can do no more. We must trust to the Great Disposer of all events and the justice of our cause. I thank God for this opportunity of doing my duty.
~By Horatio Nelson ~


I loved that it was about human relationships and then it was a mystery without falling into the trap of a thriller per se, because it pulled you in through people rather than through events or effects.
~By Barbara Hershey ~


Evil events from evil causes spring.
~By Aristophanes ~


The ideal reasoner, he remarked, would, when he had once been shown a single fact in all its bearings, deduce from it not only all the chain of events which led up to it but also all the results which would follow from it.
~By Arthur Conan Doyle ~


Journalism is concerned with events, poetry with feelings. Journalism is concerned with the look of the world, poetry with the feel of the world.
~By Archibald MacLeish ~


While all of these are important and significant events, it is the United States' foreign policy that furthers the advancement of freedoms and rights for women that is the most striking for me.
~By Ginny B. Waite ~


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


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 ~


So, in the course of events, I had an opportunity to come in contact with Colin Matthews, through the Rex Foundation sponsoring recordings of various music that was being recorded over there.
~By Phil Lesh ~


And as a result, I guess I'm just kind of a rubberneck. I'm kind of a - someone who likes to see things and likes to see these events and talk to the people who make them happen. But I don't think journalists are as important as the people they cover.
~By Bob Schieffer ~


The chief difficulty which prevents men of science from believing in divine as well as in nature Spirits is their materialism.
~By H. P. Blavatsky ~

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