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  1. E-books are great for instant gratification – you see a review somewhere of a book that interests you, and you can start reading it five minutes later.
  2. Each age, it is found, must write its own books; or rather, each generation for the next succeeding.
  3. Each and every year, the United States loses an estimated $100 billion a year in tax revenues due to offshore tax abuses by the wealthy and large corporations.
  4. Each campaign in your AdWords account should have a single:
  5. Each character I play has different dimensions. I’m not interested in words that pull them together.
  6. Each contact with a human being is so rare, so precious, one should preserve it.
  7. Each country its cost analysis is going to be different. So what we are you seeing in Syria, for example, is different than what’s going on in Jordan. The maps are being rewritten.
  8. Each day as I travel through downtown Tucson, I am amazed at how quickly the most ancient of human behaviors have changed. For as long as there have been Homo sapiens – roughly 200,000 years – people have filled their lives principally with two activities: talking directly with other people, and doing physical things.
  9. Each day is a little life: every waking and rising a little birth, every fresh morning a little youth, every going to rest and sleep a little death.
  10. Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.
  11. Each day we understand better what the Indians say, and they us, so that very often we are intelligible to each other.
  12. Each department of knowledge passes through three stages. The theoretic stage; the theological stage and the metaphysical or abstract stage.
  13. Each dimension and metric has a scope that aligns with a level of the analytics data hierarchy — user, session, or hit-level. In most cases, it only makes sense to combine dimensions and metrics in your reports that belong to the same scope. Which of the following is a valid dimension / metric combination?
  14. Each friend represents a world in us, a world not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.
  15. Each generation doubtless feels called upon to reform the world. Mine knows that it will not reform it, but its task is perhaps even greater. It consists in preventing the world from destroying itself.
  16. Each generation faces different issues and challenges, but our standard must always be measured by God’s word.
  17. Each generation goes further than the generation preceding it because it stands on the shoulders of that generation. You will have opportunities beyond anything we’ve ever known.
  18. Each generation wants new symbols, new people, new names. They want to divorce themselves from their predecessors.
  19. Each life is made up of mistakes and learning, waiting and growing, practicing patience and being persistent.
  20. Each major wave of technology innovation has given rise to one or more super-unicorns – companies that could change your life to work at or invest in if you’re not lucky/genius enough to be a co-founder.
  21. Each man must look to himself to teach him the meaning of life. It is not something discovered: it is something molded.
  22. Each nation feels superior to other nations. That breeds patriotism – and wars.
  23. Each new generation of children grows up in the new environment its parents have created, and each generation of brains becomes wired in a different way. The human mind can change radically in just a few generations.
  24. Each of these are benefits you’d expect from Shopping ads except:
  25. Each one has to find his peace from within. And peace to be real must be unaffected by outside circumstances.
  26. Each one of my movies becomes easier to get off the ground.
  27. Each one of them is Jesus in disguise.
  28. Each one of us has our own evolution of life, and each one of us goes through different tests which are unique and challenging. But certain things are common. And we do learn things from each other’s experience. On a spiritual journey, we all have the same destination.
  29. Each one prays to God according to his own light.
  30. Each poem in becoming generates the laws by which it is generated: extensions of the laws to other poems never completely take.
  31. Each prospect who comes to your website for the first time is always in the Awareness stage of the Buyer’s Journey.
  32. Each time you love, love as deeply as if it were forever.
  33. Each year has been so robust with problems and successes and learning experiences and human experienes that a year is a lifetime at Apple. So this has been ten lifetimes.
  34. Each year on the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth, America has the opportunity to reflect on our nation’s progress towards the realization of his dream.
  35. Each year one vicious habit discarded, in time might make the worst of us good.
  36. Each year, we learn that customer service diminishes. You may argue it’s because the IRS budget has been cut, but I’m going to argue that it’s because the IRS chooses to spend its funds in other areas like the Affordable Care Act, bonuses, and conferences.
  37. Earlier in my career, I needed to be the writer, casting director, set designer, leading man, and producer. I’ve been eliminating a lot of those jobs. I’m an executive producer right now. I still get to pick the best screenplays.
  38. Earlier in my career, I used to spend a lot of time practising my tennis on court. Now I’ve learned that it’s better to do just a couple of hours on court and two gym sessions a day. That’s what’s made me fitter and stronger.
  39. Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose the former and have seen no reason to change.
  40. Early in my career, I had difficulty breathing during workouts and my performance on the ice suffered. It wasn’t until I was diagnosed with EIB and received the proper treatment that I was able to reach my peak performance.
  41. Early on, I was so impressed with Charles Dickens. I grew up in the South, in a little village in Arkansas, and the whites in my town were really mean, and rude. Dickens, I could tell, wouldn’t be a man who would curse me out and talk to me rudely.
  42. Early on, when I was quite young and going from job to job, I was foolish enough to sometimes speak to my fellow workers: ‘Hey, the boss can come in here at any moment and lay all of us off, just like that, don’t you realize that?’ They would just look at me. I was posing something that they didn’t want to enter their minds.
  43. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
  44. Earn your success based on service to others, not at the expense of others.
  45. Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered by reason.
  46. Earth laughs in flowers.
  47. Earth might one day soon resemble the planet Venus.
  48. Earth’s dispossessed are vulnerable targets for extremists: those who teach that global justice is meaningless; that satisfaction can come only in violence, division, and intellectual isolation.
  49. ‘East of Eden’ is an important story for me. It’s about a kid that’s misunderstood and feels like he’s not loved by his father. It’s a very father-son kind of story, and it’s not until the end that they sort of make up. I like that because every boy has trouble with his father, so it’s very relatable.
  50. ‘Easter’ is a movable event, calculated by the relative positions of sun and moon, an impossible way of fixing year by year the anniversary of a historical event, but a very natural and indeed inevitable way of calculating a solar festival. These changing dates do not point to the history of a man, but to the hero of a solar myth.
  51. Easter is an arts and crafts moment where your whole family and friends can get involved.
  52. Easy reading is damn hard writing. But if it’s right, it’s easy. It’s the other way round, too. If it’s slovenly written, then it’s hard to read. It doesn’t give the reader what the careful writer can give the reader.
  53. Eat right. Exercise regularly. Die anyway.
  54. Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others.
  55. Eating is one of the great pleasures of life.
  56. Eating is so intimate. It’s very sensual. When you invite someone to sit at your table and you want to cook for them, you’re inviting a person into your life.
  57. Eating words has never given me indigestion.
  58. Eco sees the intellectual as an organizer of culture, someone who can run a magazine or a museum. An administrator, in fact. I think this is a melancholy situation for an intellectual.
  59. Ecology and economy are becoming inextricably entwined, and the world is becoming more conscious of this fact.
  60. Economic systems rise and fall just like empires. That’s the kind of perspective we need to take if we hope to prosper for centuries rather than for the next quarter.
  61. Economically, it’s more expensive to make movies. I hope digital movies change that.
  62. Economics pretends to be a science. Its practitioners fill blackboards with equations and clog computers with data. But it is really a faith, or more accurately a set of overlapping and squabbling faiths, each with its own doctrines.
  63. Economy forced me to become a vegetarian, but I finally starting liking it.
  64. Economy is the method by which we prepare today to afford the improvements of tomorrow.
  65. Economy’s got to get moving, we’ve got to get the unemployment rate down. That may be the defining issue of the campaign.
  66. Ed Koch will never ‘rest in peace.’ That was not his way. He was always nervously squirming, while making others squirm as well. Comfort was not his goal. He understood that to be a proud and assertive Jew meant never being able to leave a sigh of relief and say, ‘It’s over, we are at peace, we can now put down our guard and relax.’
  67. Ed Sullivan brought me to TV first in 1952, then Garry Moore’s program gave me a lot of confidence and freedom.
  68. Edan Lepucki sets her debut novel, ‘California,’ somewhere in the 2060s. The nearness of this era helps make her vision both more discomfiting and more credible.
  69. Eddie Fisher married to Elizabeth Taylor is like me trying to wash the Empire State Building with a bar of soap.
  70. Edgy is fine – I’m not a prude by any stretch of the imagination – but what’s wrong with a good ol’ belly laugh? I miss that.
  71. Edible, adj.: Good to eat, and wholesome to digest, as a worm to a toad, a toad to a snake, a snake to a pig, a pig to a man, and a man to a worm.
  72. Edible – good to eat and wholesome to digest, as a worm to a toad, a toad to a snake, a snake to a pig, a pig to a man, and a man to a worm.
  73. Edinburgh used to be a haughty city.
  74. Editor: a person employed by a newspaper, whose business it is to separate the wheat from the chaff, and to see that the chaff is printed.
  75. Educate and inform the whole mass of the people… They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.
  76. Educate the masses, elevate their standard of intelligence, and you will certainly have a successful nation.
  77. Educated and productive young people are needed to help lift their countries out of poverty and create a wealthier, more secure world.
  78. Education can become a self-fulfilling activity, liberating in and of itself.
  79. Education consists mainly of what we have unlearned.
  80. Education does not mean jamming information into somebody’s head. Rather, it’s that ancient idea that all knowledge is within us; to teach is to help somebody pull it out of themselves.
  81. Education forms the common mind. Just as the twig is bent, the tree’s inclined.
  82. Education happens to be something that all people, all cultures, need to embrace. Math, science, the words of the world. To be able to speak and be able to have clarity and to be able to think. Those are the greatest of gifts.
  83. Education in our times must try to find whatever there is in students that might yearn for completion, and to reconstruct the learning that would enable them autonomously to seek that completion.
  84. Education in the light of present-day knowledge and need calls for some spirited and creative innovations both in the substance and the purpose of current pedagogy.
  85. Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.
  86. Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity.
  87. Education is the best friend. An educated person is respected everywhere. Education beats the beauty and the youth.
  88. Education is the best provision for old age.
  89. Education is the cheap defense of nations.
  90. Education is the key to the future.
  91. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
  92. Education is the movement from darkness to light.
  93. Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.
  94. Education, n.: That which discloses to the wise and disguises from the foolish their lack of understanding.
  95. Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.
  96. Educationists should build the capacities of the spirit of inquiry, creativity, entrepreneurial and moral leadership among students and become their role model.
  97. Effective action is always unjust.
  98. Effective philanthropy requires a lot of time and creativity – the same kind of focus and skills that building a business requires.
  99. Effective preaching starts with loving the people we’re preaching to.
  100. Effective security measures do not come cheap.
  101. Effort makes the man – ask any woman.
  102. Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.
  103. Egoism is the very essence of a noble soul.
  104. Egotist: a person more interested in himself than in me.
  105. Egypt does not possess rich natural resources. Its agricultural area is relatively small – less than 10 per cent of the total land. Its growth relies on tourism, Suez Canal tariffs, and foreign investment.
  106. Egypt had the first constitution in the Middle East that allowed for liberty. And it had democracy.
  107. Egypt has great potential because of the latent power of its human capital.
  108. Egypt was the first democracy in the Middle East. Women were unveiled in the 1920s. Egypt is a country of civilization, of culture. It shouldn’t be suffering.
  109. Egypt’s problem is that you’ve got an economy that works for about 40 million people, only you have 90 million people. The answer to the Egyptian problem is not guns, but jobs. We’ve got to find a private-sector, nongovernmental, aggressive way of creating jobs. That’s not America’s role totally.
  110. Eight years ago, you may remember Hillary and I were rivals for the Democratic nomination. We battled for a year and a half. Let me tell you, it was tough, because Hillary was tough. I was worn out. She was doing everything I was doing, but just like Ginger Rogers, it was backwards in heels.
  111. Eighty-five per cent of the crowd is going to fall in love with me – they’re going to feel it, wow. But fifteen per cent are going to think, ‘This guy is obnoxious.’ I spend enormous time with them – every negative review of ‘Crush It!’ on Amazon has a response from me – and I can probably bring back ten of the fifteen.
  112. Either the opponents of slavery will arrest the further spread of it and place it where the public mind shall rest in the belief that it is in course of ultimate extinction, or its advocates will push it forward, till it shall become alike lawful in all the States – old as well as new – North as well as South.
  113. Either we need to redefine what probable cause means and say that police are not subject to it, or we arrest officers right away just as we would with any other person accused of committing a crime. Either we write new laws or enforce existing ones; we cannot have it both ways.
  114. Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.
  115. Either you are a feminist or you are a sexist/misogynist. There is no box marked ‘other.’
  116. Either you deal with what is the reality, or you can be sure that the reality is going to deal with you.
  117. Either you give in, or you fight. That’s all I know, being where I’m from. You fight for what you want. You go after what you want. The only thing I could do was give up or keep fighting for what I wanted in life.
  118. Either you think, or else others have to think for you and take power from you, pervert and discipline your natural tastes, civilize and sterilize you.
  119. El Salvador is a democracy so it’s not surprising that there are many voices to be heard here. Yet in my conversations with Salvadorans… I have heard a single voice.
  120. Election days come and go. But the struggle of the people to create a government which represents all of us and not just the one percent – a government based on the principles of economic, social, racial and environmental justice – that struggle continues.
  121. Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.
  122. Electricity is really just organized lightning.
  123. Electronic communications networks match trades between investors directly, without using a market maker or specialist as an intermediary.
  124. Elegance does not consist in putting on a new dress.
  125. Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future.
  126. Elegance is refusal.
  127. Elephants and grandchildren never forget.
  128. Elevate those guns a little lower.
  129. Elimination of illiteracy is as serious an issue to our history as the abolition of slavery.
  130. Eloquence, at its highest pitch, leaves little room for reason or reflection, but addresses itself entirely to the desires and affections, captivating the willing hearers, and subduing their understanding.
  131. Eloquence is a painting of the thoughts.
  132. Eloquence, n. The art of orally persuading fools that white is the color that it appears to be. It includes the gift of making any color appear white.
  133. Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds!
  134. Emoting songs onscreen comes naturally to me since we do emote in the studio behind the mike as well. But acting in a full-length Bollywood film is a completely different ball game.
  135. Emotional life is – alongside work – one of the great challenges of existence and is a theme that I keep returning to.
  136. Emotions serve characters’ purposes. That is their motivation.
  137. Emphasis in the Marine Corps isn’t on talking about your feelings.
  138. Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to gain leisure.
  139. Employees are a company’s greatest asset – they’re your competitive advantage. You want to attract and retain the best; provide them with encouragement, stimulus, and make them feel that they are an integral part of the company’s mission.
  140. Employees make the best dates. You don’t have to pick them up and they’re always tax-deductible.
  141. Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person – not just an employee – are more productive, more satisfied, more fulfilled. Satisfied employees mean satisfied customers, which leads to profitability.
  142. Employers have decided that having the breadth of knowledge that’s associated with a four-year degree is often something they want to see in the people they give that job to.
  143. Employment and health insurance are now protected by the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
  144. Empowering the individual means empowering the nation. And empowerment is best served through rapid economic growth with rapid social change.
  145. Empowerment is not about doing the same thing the same way in the same environment. It’s about building the man and the woman and doing so with a view to creating better citizens and, by extension, better patriots in this society of ours.
  146. Empty-brained triflers who have never tried to think, who take their creed as they take their fashions, speak of atheism as the outcome of foul life and vicious desires.
  147. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India_News
  148. Enable YouTube’s new Theme and Try out a fresh look – May 2017
  149. Encouragement to all women is – let us try to offer help before we have to offer therapy. That is to say, let’s see if we can’t prevent being ill by trying to offer a love of prevention before illness.
  150. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put.
  151. Energy and persistence conquer all things.
  152. Energy begets energy.
  153. Energy cogeneration on Capitol Hill makes economic and environmental sense and should be pursued for those reasons.
  154. Energy innovation is not a nationalistic game.
  155. Energy is a concept that has been coined by physicists. There is no observable thing known as energy anywhere.
  156. “Engagement” with a Lightbox ad on a mobile phone or tablet is achieved when someone:
  157. England and America are two countries separated by the same language.
  158. England in the ’60s and the ’70s was everything that history has said; it was phenomenally exciting, musically.
  159. England was the first true colonial power to use its dominion over a large part of Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, North America, and many Caribbean islands, in the first half of the 20th century.
  160. English and world music were something that I had immense love for, and to get together with a fellow Indian and bring this sound and vibe to the world feels great.
  161. English food writer Elizabeth David, cook and author Richard Olney and the owner of Domaine Tempier Lulu Peyraud have all really inspired the way I think about food.
  162. English is necessary as at present original works of science are in English. I believe that in two decades times original works of science will start coming out in our languages. Then we can move over like the Japanese.
  163. English players are as easy to coach. The problem is that the Premier League has the best players in the world, and statistically not all of them can be born in England. But we don’t have enough English players: we are working very hard on it.
  164. Enhanced cost-per-click (ECPC) bidding should be used to:
  165. Enjoy the satisfaction that comes from doing little things well.
  166. Enjoy your sweat because hard work doesn’t guarantee success, but without it you don’t have a chance.
  167. Enlighten the people generally, and tyranny and oppressions of body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day.
  168. Enlightened leadership is spiritual if we understand spirituality not as some kind of religious dogma or ideology but as the domain of awareness where we experience values like truth, goodness, beauty, love and compassion, and also intuition, creativity, insight and focused attention.
  169. Enough people have now mentioned Bill Nye the Science Guy to me that I now desperately avoid it all costs.
  170. Enough research will tend to support your conclusions.
  171. Enron Field in Houston, the Trans World Dome in St. Louis and PSINet Stadium in Baltimore are just three of the modern-day coliseums named for companies that have found new homes in bankruptcy court.
  172. Enron had already collapsed and filed for bankruptcy protection by the beginning of 2002. But despite complaints from short sellers that corporations had used accounting gimmickry to inflate their profits, many investors thought the crisis at Enron was an isolated case.
  173. Ensuring ports are dredged is essential to securing America’s place in global trade.
  174. Entertainment history is now the main source of supposedly historical knowledge for more and more people, but ‘histo-tainment’ is superficial and lacks all context.
  175. Entertainment, really, is a dying industry.
  176. Enthusiasm – a distemper of youth, curable by small doses of repentance in connection with outward applications of experience.
  177. Enthusiasm is the mother of effort, and without it nothing great was ever achieved.
  178. Enthusiasm just creates bubbles; it doesn’t keep them from popping.
  179. Entire families work for Xerox.
  180. Entrepreneurs and their small enterprises are responsible for almost all the economic growth in the United States.
  181. Equity is the cushion that protects financial institutions from unexpected changes in the value of their assets. The greater the leverage, the smaller the losses required to wipe out a company’s equity, leaving it without enough money to repay the people who hold its debt.
  182. Eradications are special. Zero is a magic number. You either do what it takes to get to zero and you’re glad you did it; or you get close, give up and it goes back to where it was before, in which case you wasted all that credibility, activity, money that could have been applied to other things.
  183. Eros will have naked bodies; Friendship naked personalities.
  184. Errors of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left free to combat it.
  185. Erudition – dust shaken out of a book into an empty skull.
  186. Escapism makes a lot of intuitive sense – whisk people away from their cares with stories of a better life.
  187. Eschew Obfuscation! Espouse Elucidation!
  188. Eskimo: ‘If I did not know about God and sin, would I go to hell?’ Priest: ‘No, not if you did not know.’ Eskimo: ‘Then why did you tell me?’
  189. Especially for those of us who lived in single cells, you had the time to sit down and think, and we discovered that sitting down just to think is one of the best ways of keeping yourself fresh and able, to be able to address the problems facing you, and you had the opportunity, also, of examining your past.
  190. Especially in a very secular world, we should always stress what is common in the Christian religion.
  191. Especially some of the poorest in our society need to have the greatest support because health inequalities are too wide.
  192. Especially when it comes to social and shopping, women rule the Internet.
  193. Especially when we’re dealing with issues of race, culture, identity, and history, the time has passed for the ‘white savior’ holding the black person’s hand through their own history.
  194. Especially with sports cars, when you have got so many cars on the track with various degrees of competitiveness, then something will happen. It’s the nature of racing, the law of averages. If you want to be a front-runner then you are going to have to push very hard, and collisions can happen.
  195. Essentially what’s going to determine how you succeed in New York is how people feel about the space, how delicious the food is, how they perceive the value and, most important of all, how they feel treated. My understanding is Stephen Starr is exceptionally good at all of this and his ability to create a transporting experience.
  196. Establishing a 0.03 percent Wall Street speculation fee, similar to what we had from 1914-1966, would dampen the dangerous level of speculation and gambling on Wall Street, encourage the financial sector to invest in the productive economy and reduce the deficit by more than $350 billion over 10 years.
  197. Establishing an equilibrium between the Islam of truth and Islam as an identity is one of the most difficult tasks of religious intellectuals.
  198. Estee Lauder was my grandmother. She was an iconic and powerful woman, but to us, she was just Estee. She was the first person to teach me how important it is to be passionate and proud of what you do, and always talked about ‘balance.’
  199. Ethics is in origin the art of recommending to others the sacrifices required for cooperation with oneself.
  200. Ethics is nothing else than reverence for life.
  201. Ethics is the activity of man directed to secure the inner perfection of his own personality.
  202. ETV News WhatsApp Number Contact Address
  203. Eulogy. Praise of a person who has either the advantages of wealth and power, or the consideration to be dead.
  204. Eureka! – I have found it!
  205. Eurobonds are absolutely wrong. In order to bring about common interest rates, you need similar competitiveness levels, similar budget situations. You don’t get them by collectivizing debts.
  206. Europe became rich because it exploited Africa; and the Africans know that.
  207. Europe is so well gardened that it resembles a work of art, a scientific theory, a neat metaphysical system. Man has re-created Europe in his own image.
  208. Europe is very critical to the United States in the sense not only do we have a fourth of our exports there, but more importantly, a significant proportion of the foreign affiliate profits in fact, half of U.S. corporations, are in Europe.
  209. Europe seems a little softer, but in America it’s harsh. In L.A., where I live, it’s all about perfectionism.
  210. Evanescence fans aren’t the popular kids in school. They aren’t the cheerleaders. It’s the art kids and the nerds and the kids who grow up to be the most interesting creative people.
  211. Evangelical Christians and I can sit down and talk one on one about how much we love Jesus, and yet I’m not carried in Christian bookstores.
  212. Evangelicals can’t be closely identified with any particular party or person. We have to stand in the middle, to preach to all the people, right and left.
  213. Evangelicals catapulted George W. Bush back to the White House.
  214. Evangelism is when the Gospel, which is good news, is preached or presented to all people.
  215. Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better take things as they come along with patience and equanimity.
  216. Even a single Justice can have a profound impact on the country.
  217. Even a superpower has limits.
  218. Even a war zone looks peaceful in most places, most of the time.
  219. Even actors are human beings, so we have issues to deal with – physical, emotional, and mental.
  220. Even among those who I would not count as ‘friends,’ I have met many people online who have simply commented on my work or are interested by what I do.
  221. Even an animal, if you show genuine affection, gradually trust develops… If you always showing bad face and beating, how can you develop friendship?
  222. Even as a kid, I was a businessman. I figured out that if you plucked all the berries off my neighbor’s tree and smashed them up, they made a Nickelodeon Gak-type consistency. I sold them to all the neighborhood kids and made stacks of quarters. Of course, the berries were poisonous, and I got in all types of trouble.
  223. Even as a teenager, I felt that for whatever reason that we were living very close to the end of human history. And now at my age I believe that with almost an increasing certainty.
  224. Even as empiricism is winning the mind, transcendentalism continues to win the heart.
  225. Even as we enumerate their shortcomings, the rigor of raising children ourselves makes clear to us our mothers’ incredible strength. We fear both. If they are not strong, who will protect us? If they are not imperfect, how can we equal them?
  226. Even at 30 or 40, if something doesn’t do well, it still hurts. If I pinch someone, the pain is going to be the same whether the person is young or old.
  227. Even before I knew I was gay, I knew I didn’t want to have a child. I knew I didn’t want to have one. I never want to have to release it from me. Listen, I love babies. I love children. And I melt when I’m around them. I also love my freedom and I love that I can sleep at night.
  228. Even before Snapchat, you go back into my career from Day One or interview people that knew me for 25 years, they’re going to tell you I’ve been DJ Khaled my whole life.
  229. Even better, there were established two separate committees deciding on state film funding.
  230. Even between the best of friends, mistakes and misunderstandings can happen.
  231. Even death is not to be feared by one who has lived wisely.
  232. Even during the worst hardships, when the other things in our lives seem to fall apart, we can still find peace in the eternal love of God.
  233. Even Gaddafi’s adversaries assure us that he stood out for his intelligence as a student; he was expelled from high-school for his anti-monarchic activities. He managed to enroll in another high-school and later graduated in law at the University of Benghazi at the age of 21.
  234. Even Hubble hasn’t found yet the end of this universe, and we don’t know that it has any end.
  235. Even I would be unhappy if the final track did not sound good to me, which is why I stay in the loop with the music team till the song is ready.
  236. Even if a media of a TV is not available in a home, there’s this concept of community homes, where a reasonably well-off villager will have a TV – and a nice TV – and he’ll keep it outside the house in the evenings.
  237. Even if a snake is not poisonous, it should pretend to be venomous.
  238. Even if I accepted that Jesus – like almost every other prophet on record – was born of a virgin, I cannot think that this proves the divinity of his father or the truth of his teachings. The same would be true if I accepted that he had been resurrected.
  239. Even if I did have, you know, a ‘Sports Illustrated’ body, I’d still wear elegant clothes.
  240. Even if I was to give my children a small part of my wealth, it would be more than they can digest in many lifetimes.
  241. Even if it turns out that time travel is impossible, it is important that we understand why it is impossible.
  242. Even if my songs are quite sad or quite dark, I don’t want my songs to make people sad. It’s very important for me that all my songs have some kind of hope or light.
  243. Even if producing CO2 was good for the environment, given that we’re going to run out of hydrocarbons, we need to find some sustainable means of operating.
  244. Even if there is only one possible unified theory, it is just a set of rules and equations. What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe?
  245. Even if we die at 100, we’re still dying young. I want at least 700 years. There’s a lot of travelling and books to read and movies to see. I’m not going to squeeze it all in in 85 years.
  246. Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth.
  247. Even if you didn’t see the movie, you’d see two words you’d never seen put together before – comedy and Muslim. Comedy is friendly – it’s the least offensive word in our language.
  248. Even if you don’t like what I do, and you don’t like my band, you might have a fan that likes both of us, and why would you wanna alienate them?
  249. Even if you feel like your debt is just never going to go away, think long and hard before declaring bankruptcy. Declaring bankruptcy means that getting a loan for anything will be next to impossible for the next 10 years.
  250. Even if you have a terminal disease, you don’t have to sit down and mope. Enjoy life and challenge the illness that you have.
  251. Even if you see a great performance, it’s not always great getting there. There are injuries… Intrinsically or unconsciously, people understand that – people see those performances, and they know there are stories behind that.
  252. 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.
  253. Even “impossible” says I’m possible!
  254. Even in India the Hindi film industry might be the best known but there are movies made in other regional languages in India, be it Tamil or Bengali. Those experiences too are different from the ones in Bombay.
  255. Even in Indian cinema, there is so much work that I have accepted because I’m comfortable and so much I have declined because I haven’t been comfortable.
  256. Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it.
  257. Even in my comedies, I don’t take anger as a joke. I think anger and laughter are very close to each other, when you think about it. One of the things I like about a character: I always think it’s fascinating when a character can turn on a dime and go from one emotion to another. I like watching that.
  258. Even in my stand-up, there’s a lot more positivity and enthusiasm rather than negative, I-hate-everything vibes.
  259. Even in the most beautiful music there are some silences, which are there so we can witness the importance of silence.
  260. Even in the United States, the enslavement of African descendants continued until the presidency of Abraham Lincoln. That brutal form of slavery was abolished there hardly thirty years before it was abolished in Cuba.
  261. Even in this glowering age, morality animates our lives with meaning.
  262. Even in times when it’s difficult to figure out, how do you go forward, art – and books – always help.
  263. Even in winter an isolated patch of snow has a special quality.
  264. Even low-calorie diets and vigorous exercise fail to work in the long term for at least some people.
  265. Even my parents sort of went along with the assumption that they were a good couple, but they probably weren’t a very good couple.
  266. Even Obama’s staunchest supporters are starting to leave him. Last week Michelle Obama demanded to see a copy of his birth certificate.
  267. Even on Facebook, like, I wouldn’t share everything with my friends, because that’s obnoxious.
  268. Even on your hiatus, you feel like you need to keep the character in the back of your brain.
  269. Even one voice can be heard loudly all over the world in this day and age.
  270. Even peace may be purchased at too high a price.
  271. Even people on the liberal side are starting to worry about going off a fiscal cliff.
  272. Even prior to marriage and motherhood, it’s always been about prioritising and focusing on what you can commit to. That’s been my approach to every aspect of my life, be it my relationships or my professional commitments.
  273. Even so, sometimes I wish I did have a little bit more flair in my language.
  274. Even technology companies get good news sometimes.
  275. Even the alternative weekly newspapers, traditionally a bastion of progressive thought and analysis, have been bought by a monopoly franchise and made a predictable shift to the right in their coverage of local news.
  276. Even the mighty oak tree was just a little nut once, just like you.
  277. Even the most seemingly unpleasant situations – if you become aligned with it, something good will emerge from that.
  278. Even the pandemic flu of 1918 only killed one to two percent of the people who were infected.
  279. Even the rich are hungry for love, for being cared for, for being wanted, for having someone to call their own.
  280. Even the securest financial plan and the finest health coverage aren’t enough to hold us steady when the challenges come… We need something more, something deeper and unshakeable, something that will see us through life’s hard times.
  281. Even the sheep are afraid of me.
  282. Even the smallest daily chore can be humanized with the harmony of culture.
  283. Even the very youngest children already are perfectly able to discriminate between the imaginary and the real, whether in books or movies or in their own pretend play. Children with the most elaborate and beloved imaginary friends will gently remind overenthusiastic adults that these companions are, after all, just pretend.
  284. Even these stars, which seem so numerous, are as sand, as dust – or less than dust – in the enormity of the space in which there is nothing.
  285. Even those who write against fame wish for the fame of having written well, and those who read their works desire the fame of having read them.
  286. Even though beauty is very much my heritage, my real passion is accessories and home.
  287. Even though decathlon is really long, there’s always something different to look forward to, which is great for mental stimulation.
  288. Even though I try not to overthink and dress the way I want to, I admit that there’s way too much pressure on female actors to look good. I’m well aware that I don’t have the perfect body type. I’m constantly struggling with myself to achieve the perfect body.
  289. Even though I was very shy, I found I could get onstage if I had a new identity.
  290. Even though I write about the human race, the further away from them, the better I feel. Two miles is great; two thousand miles is beautiful.
  291. Even though I’m a hype man myself, I like the practicality of it all. People who understand how to turn a profit. At the end of the day, this is still business so I’m looking for real practical knowledge of how to actually make money, not necessarily raise it.
  292. Even though I’m usually not conscious of it, I think drawing has always served a sort of therapeutic purpose in my life. There’s something about the process of translating the messy chaos of real life into a clean, simple drawing that’s always been comforting to me.
  293. Even though my father was a radio comedian, it wasn’t cool to say, at a young age, ‘I want to be a comedian.’
  294. Even though your kids will consistently do the exact opposite of what you’re telling them to do, you have to keep loving them just as much.
  295. Even to observe neutrality you must have a strong government.
  296. Even when a person has all of life’s comforts – good food, good shelter, a companion – he or she can still become unhappy when encountering a tragic situation.
  297. Even when folks are hitting you over the head, you can’t stop marching. Even when they’re turning the hoses on you, you can’t stop.
  298. Even when I was a child, my best friend was a 92-year-old woman.
  299. Even when I was a kid, everything I had was the best.
  300. Even when I was in high school and the Navy, I was the guy who could rip somebody, and they’d laugh at it.
  301. Even when I’m old and grey, I won’t be able to play it, but I’ll still love the game.
  302. Even when I’m training alone, I always prefer doing soccer-related stuff. On my own, I’ll run through cones or do some shooting exercises or pass the ball against the wall.
  303. Even when laws have been written down, they ought not always to remain unaltered.
  304. Even when poetry has a meaning, as it usually has, it may be inadvisable to draw it out… Perfect understanding will sometimes almost extinguish pleasure.
  305. Even when we have physical hardships, we can be very happy.
  306. Even with a stable character, you want something surprising to happen, hopefully because that’s what the camera loves the most. That’s what is great about film.
  307. Even with all of the things that are so awful, if you walk into your yard and stay there looking at almost anything for five minutes, you will be stunned by how marvelous life is and how incredibly lucky we are to have it.
  308. Even with all the advantages of retrospect, and a lot of witnesses dead and gone, you can’t make your life look as if you intended it or you were consistent. All you can show is how you dealt with various hands.
  309. Even with cameras being very cheap, one thing that researchers noticed was that you look really bad in a videoconference image because the lighting is bad and you get shadows and things.
  310. Even with my divorce and with everything, I don’t need money.
  311. Even with protection, even with death threats, I can publish, I can travel and I can live the life that I want and not the one my parents want or some imam somewhere thinks I should live.
  312. Events will take their course, it is no good of being angry at them; he is happiest who wisely turns them to the best account.
  313. Eventually, all companies are replaced.
  314. Eventually, I started to actually enjoy rapping.
  315. Eventually, I think Chicago will be the most beautiful great city left in the world.
  316. Eventually, my W-2 income will wind down, and my investments can actually make that up.
  317. Eventually, the state’s funding covered only the stages leading to presenting a film project to potential funding bodies. It was enough to produce a script, indicate casting and put together a budget to present it all, but nothing beyond that.
  318. Eventually we’ll be able to sequence the human genome and replicate how nature did intelligence in a carbon-based system.
  319. Eventually, when I sell enough units, as they say in the record business, I will stop touring. I’ll concentrate on what I like to do… stay in the studio.
  320. Eventually you won’t think of ‘the Internet business.’ You’ll think of it more like news, weather, sports, but even that taxonomy isn’t clear.
  321. Ever consider what pets must think of us? I mean, here we come back from a grocery store with the most amazing haul – chicken, pork, half a cow. They must think we’re the greatest hunters on earth!
  322. Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
  323. Ever since I bought and started flying an airplane, it’s been almost exclusively for business. I love to fly. It’s a great joy to me. But rarely do I use it for any kind of pleasure, other than it is a pleasure to fly.
  324. Ever since I first came here in 1963 to fight Henry Cooper, I have loved the people of England.
  325. Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth. To me, the function and duty of a quality human being is the sincere and honest development of one’s potential.
  326. Ever since I was growing up, I knew I was going to play in the NFL. I never thought anything else.
  327. Ever since Newton, we’ve done science by taking things apart to see how they work. What the computer enables us to do is to put things together to see how they work: we’re now synthesized rather than analysed. I find one of the most enthralling aspects of computers is limitless communication.
  328. Ever since ‘The Apprentice,’ my life has gotten so much busier.
  329. Evergreen content has a short shelf life.
  330. Every act of rebellion expresses a nostalgia for innocence and an appeal to the essence of being.
  331. Every act you have ever performed since the day you were born was performed because you wanted something.
  332. Every actor has his own identity. I don’t aspire to be Bond. My quest is to do something new, something different.
  333. Every actual State is corrupt. Good men must not obey laws too well.
  334. Every age has its storytelling form, and video gaming is a huge part of our culture. You can ignore or embrace video games and imbue them with the best artistic quality. People are enthralled with video games in the same way as other people love the cinema or theatre.
  335. Every age needs men who will redeem the time by living with a vision of the things that are to be.
  336. Every album, I make big records. I’m going to always make an anthem. That’s what I do.
  337. Every album is just a greatest hits of whatever songs are on a pile when I go in to make a record.
  338. Every American has the freedom to choose a particular lifestyle, but that doesn’t mean every American has to embrace a particular lifestyle as equally worthy.
  339. Every argument is incapable of helping unless it is singular and addressed to a single person. Therefore, one who discourses in any other way presumably does so from love of reputation.
  340. Every art and every inquiry, and similarly every action and choice, is thought to aim at some good; and for this reason the good has rightly been declared to be that at which all things aim.
  341. Every artist has to make their own statements and they have to live with them.
  342. Every artist preserves deep within him a single source from which, throughout his lifetime, he draws what he is, and what he says. When the source dries up, the work withers and crumbles.
  343. Every artist was first an amateur.
  344. Every aspect of Western culture needs a new code of ethics – a rational ethics – as a precondition of rebirth.
  345. Every audience has its character; I like America – they love me. I suffer from stage fright, but in America not so much.
  346. Every bad situation is a blues song waiting to happen.
  347. Every birthday is a gift. Every day is a gift.
  348. Every book has an intrinsic impossibility, which its writer discovers as soon as his first excitement dwindles.
  349. Every book is a quotation; and every house is a quotation out of all forests, and mines, and stone quarries; and every man is a quotation from all his ancestors.
  350. Every boy grows up trying to be like his father, but what if a boy grows up to be like his mother?
  351. Every burned book enlightens the world.
  352. Every celebrity case I’ve been involved in – I’ve been involved in a great many – the one thing you can be sure of is they don’t get the same justice as everybody else. It could be worse, it could be better, it’s never the same.
  353. Every character, for me, is a new discovery.
  354. Every chef I know, their cholesterol is through the roof. And mine’s not so great.
  355. Every Christmas, all I ever wanted was Playskool instruments. It was my entire life. And then by the time I was 6 or 7 years old, it became, ‘Now I’m going to force my entire family to watch me perform all these rock songs.’
  356. Every church is a stone on the grave of a god-man: it does not want him to rise up again under any circumstances.
  357. Every citizen has the real right to receive general education and professional training at no cost, something that the United States has not been able to ensure for all its inhabitants.
  358. Every citizen should be a soldier. This was the case with the Greeks and Romans, and must be that of every free state.
  359. Every clarification breeds new questions.
  360. Every closed eye is not sleeping, and every open eye is not seeing.
  361. Every collection that I work on, I always think, Is this cool enough to wear to a concert?
  362. Every comic went through their Mitch Hedberg phase – the glasses, the hair in the face – and you knew immediately when they were doing it.
  363. Every country has its own perspective on the Second World War. This is not surprising when experiences and memories are so different.
  364. Every country in the world is battling the rising cost of health care. No community anywhere has demonstrably lowered its health-care costs (not just slowed their rate of increase) by improving medical services. They’ve lowered costs only by cutting or rationing them.
  365. Every country is like a particular type of person. America is like a belligerent, adolescent boy; Canada is like an intelligent, 35-year-old woman. Australia is like Jack Nicholson. It comes right up to you and laughs very hard in your face in a highly threatening and engaging manner.
  366. Every country must be absolutely free to adopt the type of economic, political and social system that it considers convenient.
  367. Every couple of weeks, someone writes in and says, ’23andMe saved my life.’
  368. Every couple of years – no, that’s every couple of weeks – I think I’m going to give up acting.
  369. Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine trees, and he who understands it aright will rather preserve its life than destroy it.
  370. Every culture is very important. Dartmouth has always been dedicated to diversity of culture.
  371. Every day, every week, you have another case of Israeli Arabs that are taking part in terrorist activity.
  372. Every day, hundreds of millions of people stab themselves, bleed, and then offer, like a sacrifice, to the glucose monitor they’re carrying with them. It’s such a bad user interface that even though in the medium-term it’s life or death for these people, hundreds of millions of people don’t engage in this user interface.
  373. Every day I have many choices to make about who I want to be.
  374. Every day I play golf, that’s my goal. To break 70 the other way. To shoot 70 or better.
  375. Every day I pray about all I do.
  376. Every day, I think of designs, but I don’t write them down, and I forget. If only I had an office.
  377. Every day is a gift from God, no matter how old we are.
  378. Every day, my mom and I would watch a different Judy Garland VHS. I love how she tells a story when she sings. It was just about her voice and the words she was singing – no strings attached or silly hair or costumes, just a woman singing her heart out. I feel like that doesn’t happen that much anymore.
  379. Every day, nay every moment, try to do some good deed.
  380. Every day or two, I strolled to the village to hear some of the gossip which is incessantly going on there, circulating either from mouth to mouth, or from newspaper to newspaper, and which, taken in homeopathic doses, was really as refreshing in its way as the rustle of leaves and the peeping of frogs.
  381. Every day, some act of kindness comes my way, even if it’s just someone opening the door. It happens every day if you keep an eye out for it. Keeping an eye out, that’s the key.
  382. Every day that I am healthy, I want to use that day to its fullest now.
  383. Every day we are paying more for energy than we should due to poor insulation, inefficient lights, appliances, and heating and cooling equipment – money we could save by investing in energy efficiency.
  384. Every day, we as athletes face several challenges during the training process, and it is imperative that we approach each situation carefully and with continued precision.
  385. Every day, we hear that somebody got saved to our music from all over the world. The music reaches people. It can encourage them. I feel like I have to do it because there’s somebody out there who needs to hear the gospel.
  386. Every December, I host a tree-trimming party. I serve chili with cornbread and lots of good wine. It’s a wonderful party, and it shows how much adults like to play.
  387. Every diminution of the public burdens arising from taxation gives to individual enterprise increased power and furnishes to all the members of our happy confederacy new motives for patriotic affection and support.
  388. Every dog has his day.
  389. Every dogma has its day.
  390. Every dollar I made from DJing, I put into my videos, promotion – everything.
  391. Every economy exists, no matter what the level of democracy, has elements of crony capitalism. It’s – given human nature and given the democratic structures, which we all, I assume, adhere to, that is an inevitable consequence.
  392. Every effort should be made to help build the new democratic nation with reconciliation and forgiveness, for the sake of Egypt and not for the benefit of a party or a group.
  393. Every experiment, by multitudes or by individuals, that has a sensual and selfish aim, will fail.
  394. Every fact is related on one side to sensation, and, on the other, to morals. The game of thought is, on the appearance of one of these two sides, to find the other: given the upper, to find the under side.
  395. Every film for every actor is a make-or-break film. I believe every film has the power to break you or make you. So, an actor will treat every film like his last film. That’s the way we need to work, and that’s the way you can drum up that passion needed to do good work.
  396. Every film is a remake of a previous film, or a remake of a television series that everyone loved in the 1960s, or a remake of a television series that everyone hated in the 1960s. Or it’s a theme park ride; it will soon come to breakfast cereal mascots.
  397. Every filmmaker imbues a movie with their own point of view.
  398. Every form, not being the whole, must, of necessity, be imperfect; less than the whole, it cannot be identical with the whole, and being less than the whole and, therefore, imperfect by itself, it shows imperfection as evil, and only the totality of a universe can mirror the image of God.
  399. Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism.
  400. Every formula of every religion has in this age of reason, to submit to the acid test of reason and universal assent.
  401. Every generation laughs at the old fashions, but follows religiously the new.
  402. Every good citizen makes his country’s honor his own, and cherishes it not only as precious but as sacred. He is willing to risk his life in its defense and is conscious that he gains protection while he gives it.
  403. Every good relationship, especially marriage, is based on respect. If it’s not based on respect, nothing that appears to be good will last very long.
  404. Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves are its only safe depositories.
  405. Every government must consider the security of the country. That is just part of the responsibilities of any government. But true security can only come out of unity within a country where there are so many ethnic nationalities.
  406. Every great architect is – necessarily – a great poet. He must be a great original interpreter of his time, his day, his age.
  407. Every great work makes the human face more admirable and richer, and that is its whole secret.
  408. Every guitarist I would cross paths with would tell me that I should have a flashy guitar, whatever the latest fashion model was, and I used to say, ‘Why? Mine works, doesn’t it? It’s a piece of wood and six strings, and it works.’
  409. Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.
  410. Every hero becomes a bore at last.
  411. Every historian discloses a new horizon.
  412. Every human being is under construction from conception to death.
  413. Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country.
  414. Every individual acts and suffers in accordance with his peculiar teleology, which has all the inevitability of fate, so long as he does not understand it.
  415. Every Jew has the right to ascend onto the Temple Mount.
  416. Every kid has a bug period… I never grew out of mine.
  417. Every known fact in natural science was divined by the presentiment of somebody, before it was actually verified.
  418. Every lawsuit results from somebody doing something wrong. If everybody did right, we wouldn’t need laws.
  419. Every leaving of a Jewish community is a most difficult thing.
  420. Every major religion today is a winner in the Darwinian struggle waged among cultures, and none ever flourished by tolerating its rivals.
  421. Every man, and for stronger reasons, every artist, wants to be recognized. So do I.
  422. Every man builds his world in his own image. He has the power to choose, but no power to escape the necessity of choice.
  423. Every man casts a shadow; not his body only, but his imperfectly mingled spirit. This is his grief. Let him turn which way he will, it falls opposite to the sun; short at noon, long at eve. Did you never see it?
  424. Every man gotta right to decide his own destiny.
  425. Every man has a right to be conceited until he is successful.
  426. Every man has his own courage, and is betrayed because he seeks in himself the courage of other persons.
  427. Every man I meet is in some way my superior.
  428. Every man in his lifetime needs to thank his faults.
  429. Every man is a consumer, and ought to be a producer. He is by constitution expensive, and needs to be rich.
  430. Every man is a creative cause of what happens, a primum mobile with an original movement.
  431. Every man is a damn fool for at least five minutes every day; wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.
  432. Every man is a quotation from all his ancestors.
  433. Every man is said to have his peculiar ambition. Whether it be true or not, I can say, for one, that I have no other so great as that of being truly esteemed of my fellow-men, by rendering myself worthy of their esteem. How far I shall succeed in gratifying this ambition is yet to be developed.
  434. Every man lives in two realms: the internal and the external. The internal is that realm of spiritual ends expressed in art, literature, morals, and religion. The external is that complex of devices, techniques, mechanisms, and instrumentalities by means of which we live.
  435. Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness.
  436. Every man needs slaves like he needs clean air. To rule is to breathe, is it not? And even the most disenfranchised get to breathe. The lowest on the social scale have their spouses or their children.
  437. Every man over forty is a scoundrel.
  438. Every man supposes himself not to be fully understood or appreciated.
  439. Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.
  440. Every man who knows how to read has it in his power to magnify himself, to multiply the ways in which he exists, to make his life full, significant and interesting.
  441. Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another.
  442. Every man’s memory is his private literature.
  443. Every man’s road in life is marked by the graves of his personal liking.
  444. Every mind must make its choice between truth and repose. It cannot have both.
  445. Every mistake that you make, or every thing that you might regret, you don’t need to necessarily regret it, because it can be a step forward. You just move forward and let them go because there will be a lot of bad auditions, and there will be a lot of negative responses. But that won’t last forever.
  446. Every month, every week, something new excites me. I’m finding my niche as to what suits me the best. I am a young girl, and if I am just running around in a jeans and a T-shirt, that’s a lot of life lost.
  447. Every morning I wake up and thank God.
  448. Every morning when I wake up, I am grateful and happy that I come to the film set. It is home.
  449. Every movie I make teaches me something. That’s why I keep making them.
  450. Every movie is unknown.
  451. Every murderer is probably somebody’s old friend.
  452. Every nation has to follow a certain policy: Commercial, trade, various other types of policies.
  453. Every nation in every region now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.
  454. Every nation ridicules other nations, and all are right.
  455. Every natural fact is a symbol of some spiritual fact.
  456. Every night when I go out on stage, there’s always one nagging fear in the back of my mind. I’m always afraid that somewhere out there, there is one person in the audience that I’m not going to offend!
  457. Every novel presents a slice of life. A noir policier for example presents one slice, one that perhaps addresses social dysfunction or some sort of pathology, while mine present a slice that is more upbeat and affirmative.
  458. Every now and then I will see a word as if for the first time, and suddenly appreciate that Evian is ‘naive’ spelled backward, or that Bosnia is an anagram of ‘bonsai.’
  459. Every nurse ought to be careful to wash her hands very frequently during the day. If her face, too, so much the better.
  460. Every Olympic athlete prepares differently. For me, I am 100 percent into the sport. And if I decide to really make a crucial career decision to say, ‘This is something I want to do,’ I want to leave no stone unturned in my preparation.
  461. Every once in a while, I get mad. ‘The Lorax’ came out of my being angry. The ecology books I’d read were dull… In ‘The Lorax,’ I was out to attack what I think are evil things and let the chips fall where they might.
  462. Every once in a while I get the highly inappropriate proposal which is like, ‘Wow, Really! You don’t even know me and I don’t know you at all, and you want that to happen? Tonight? Ok, I get off work at 7.30.’
  463. Every once in a while, I want to get up and cook.
  464. Every once in a while, you let a word or phrase out and you want to catch it and bring it back. You can’t do that. It’s gone, gone forever.
  465. Every one desires to live long, but no one would be old.
  466. Every one of my buildings begins with an Italian journey.
  467. Every one of us is a perfect human being, deformed by the family, the society and the culture.
  468. Every one suspects himself of at least one of the cardinal virtues.
  469. Every particular in nature, a leaf, a drop, a crystal, a moment of time is related to the whole, and partakes of the perfection of the whole.
  470. Every parting gives a foretaste of death, every reunion a hint of the resurrection.
  471. Every people have gods to suit their circumstances.
  472. Every person, every artist makes his life an artwork.
  473. Every person, every race, every nation, has its own particular keynote which it brings to the general chord of life and of humanity.
  474. Every person has free choice. Free to obey or disobey the Natural Laws. Your choice determines the consequences.
  475. Every person is a God in embryo. Its only desire is to be born.
  476. Every person takes the limits of their own field of vision for the limits of the world.
  477. Every person who has mastered a profession is a skeptic concerning it.
  478. Every person’s opinion, in a way, does matter.
  479. Every philosophical problem, when it is subjected to the necessary analysis and justification, is found either to be not really philosophical at all, or else to be, in the sense in which we are using the word, logical.
  480. Every philosophy is tinged with the coloring of some secret imaginative background, which never emerges explicitly into its train of reasoning.
  481. Every physicist knows that things connect with each other. To isolate things is not the way the universe works – winning best actor is arbitrary.
  482. Every picture has its own demands, and every picture stimulates something within you to tell it a certain way. I don’t know what that is; I don’t think too much about that.
  483. Every place in the world where there are two peoples – two religions, two languages – there is friction and conflict.
  484. Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter.
  485. Every possession and every happiness is but lent by chance for an uncertain time, and may therefore be demanded back the next hour.
  486. Every President I think I’ve ever known, except Truman, has thought they didn’t quite get done what they wanted done. And toward the end of their Administrations, they were disappointed and wished they had done some things differently.
  487. Every production of genius must be the production of enthusiasm.
  488. Every public company depends to some extent on the trust of its investors.
  489. Every reform movement has a lunatic fringe.
  490. Every religion is true one way or another. It is true when understood metaphorically. But when it gets stuck in its own metaphors, interpreting them as facts, then you are in trouble.
  491. Every renaissance comes to the world with a cry, the cry of the human spirit to be free.
  492. Every restaurant needs to have a point of view.
  493. Every revolution, bloody or not, has two phases. The first phase is defined by the struggle for freedom, the second by the struggle for power and revenge on the votaries of the ancien regime.
  494. Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy.
  495. Every revolutionary ends up either by becoming an oppressor or a heretic.
  496. Every revolutionary idea seems to evoke three stages of reaction. They may be summed up by the phrases: 1- It’s completely impossible. 2- It’s possible, but it’s not worth doing. 3- I said it was a good idea all along.
  497. Every science consists in the coordination of facts; if the different observations were entirely isolated, there would be no science.
  498. Every sentence spoken by Napoleon, and every line of his writing, deserves reading, as it is the sense of France.
  499. Every seven years, I sit down and make a whole new plan.
  500. Every single day, I get letters – very moving, overwhelming letters – testifying how much my books have meant to people in times of crisis in their lives, when they were very ill, say. If I ever doubted that writing could play an important part in people’s lives, I don’t doubt that now.
  501. Every single day since Day 1, to Day 2, to Day 3, to Day 4, to Day 5, to Day 6, to Day 7 to Day 8, whatever day it is now, I’ve gotten better.
  502. Every single diet I ever fell off of was because of potatoes and gravy of some sort.
  503. Every single morning, I have a person sitting right there next to me in prayer with a tape recorder – and a song comes up every day.
  504. Every single person, pretty much, is taught what they’re supposed to do: go to school, get a job, find someone to love, get married, have kids, raise the kids, and then die. Nobody questions that. What if you want to do something different?
  505. Every single thing you do, you don’t really have expectations.
  506. Every so often, we all gaze into the abyss. It’s a depressing fact of life that eventually the clock expires; eventually the sand in the hourglass runs out. It’s the leaving behind of everything that matters to us that hurts the most.
  507. Every so often you read a play and a character just speaks to you – almost seems to speak through you, in fact.
  508. Every solution breeds new problems.
  509. Every song ends, but that’s not a reason to not enjoy music.
  510. Every spirit makes its house, and we can give a shrewd guess from the house to the inhabitant.
  511. Every spiritual tradition has this idea of death and resurrection. It’s not unique to Christianity.
  512. Every story has its demands.
  513. Every success story has a parent who says, ‘over my dead body.’ Every success story has an old person who walks up to you and says, when you’re acting the fool, ‘you know I worry about you sometimes.’
  514. Every summer’s mine.
  515. Every therapeutic cure, and still more, any awkward attempt to show the patient the truth, tears him from the cradle of his freedom from responsibility and must therefore reckon with the most vehement resistance.
  516. Every time a congressman or pundit says its ‘class warfare’ to increase taxes on the wealthy, it’s a massive lie.
  517. Every time a pundit or elected official is on any TV news program, it should be a polite formality to mention that GE has made such and such billions off the war in Iraq by selling arms or that Murdoch is a right-wing activist with a clear stake in who wins and who taxes his profits the least.
  518. Every time I come to Europe, I’m just as excited as I was my very first time, which was many, many years ago. I love that part of the world, and I especially love the fans.
  519. Every time I feel like something is missing from a dish, I think, ‘Oh, I know, I’ll add a pinch of dry ginger.’ If it’s not salt and it’s not vinegar, it’s probably missing dry ginger.
  520. Every time I finish a book, I forget everything I learned writing it – the information just disappears out of my head.
  521. Every time I get up in the morning, melodies occur to me and I start trying to shape lyrics to melodies.
  522. Every time I plant a seed, He say kill it before it grow, he say kill it before they grow.
  523. Every time I see my brother, I just praise God for God’s grace in his life. Because if God can change Franklin from a prodigal into a man of God, he can do it for anybody.
  524. Every time I sing, it it’s a reminder to myself that I have to be confident.
  525. Every time I sit for a song, I feel I am finished. It’s like a beggar sitting waiting for God to fill your bowl with the right thought. In every song, I ask help from Him. Everybody around is so good, so to create music that will connect with so many people is not humanly possible without inspiration.
  526. Every time I step on the field, I step on the field to make plays.
  527. Every time I think that I’m getting old, and gradually going to the grave, something else happens.
  528. Every time I try to retire, or even think of retiring from acting, my agent comes up with a script.
  529. Every time I went on TV I got a threat.
  530. Every time I’ve done comedy in, like, traditional comedy clubs, there’s always these comedians that do really well with audiences but that the other comedians hate because they’re just, you know, doing kind of cheap stuff like dancing around or doing, like, very kind of base sex humor a lot, and stuff like that.
  531. Every time Paul and Gene use my makeup, they have to pay me a royalty check. I think they changed the makeup so they didn’t have to pay me.
  532. Every time somebody speaks of my honesty, there is someone who quivers inside me.
  533. Every time someone buys a cat or a dog from a breeder or a pet shop, a cat on the streets or in an animal shelter loses his or her chance at finding a good home.
  534. Every time that I wanted to give up, if I saw an interesting textile, print what ever, suddenly I would see a collection.
  535. Every time we rock our babies in the night, we bring order back to a disordered world. Every time we look down at our children and cry, we make the world one shade brighter. That’s what children do to us – and for us.
  536. Every time you drop the price by a factor of two, you roughly get a 10 times pickup of the number of people who will seriously consider buying it.
  537. Every time you get angry, you poison your own system.
  538. Every time you step onto the field, you have to set goals. My goals are to either score a goal, to have an assist, or to play well.
  539. Every time you take a train, step into your car, walk into the shopping mall, go to the airport – every single time, something could happen. That’s how terrorism works.
  540. Every time you think television has hit its lowest ebb, a new program comes along to make you wonder where you thought the ebb was.
  541. Every time you walk down the street people are screaming, ‘You’re fired!’
  542. Every time you write a song, you’re looking for some sort of perfection, and you never quite reach it. You’re always looking for that extra missing piece.
  543. Every time your ad is eligible to show, AdWords calculates its Ad Rank using your bid amount, components of Quality Score, and:
  544. Every truth has two sides; it is as well to look at both, before we commit ourselves to either.
  545. Every tyrant who has lived has believed in freedom for himself.
  546. Every viewer is going to get a different thing. That’s the thing about painting, photography, cinema.
  547. Every wall is a door.
  548. Every wise, just, and mild government, by rendering the condition of its subjects easy and secure, will always abound most in people, as well as in commodities and riches.
  549. Every woman goes through a lot of agony before she decides in favour of her own happiness or that of her children.
  550. Every woman’s path is difficult, and many mothers were as equipped to raise children as wire monkey mothers. I say that without judgment: It is, sadly, true. An unhealthy mother’s love is withering.
  551. Every work of art belongs to his time. I would not paint again the Mona Lisa in the third dimension.
  552. Every working family in America knows how hard it is today to find affordable childcare or early childhood education.
  553. Every year during their High Holy Days, the Jewish community reminds us all of our need for repentance and forgiveness.
  554. Every year, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner inspires two competing varieties of coverage: celebrity-obsessed fawning and angry tirades about how it represents everything twisted about our broken democracy. It doesn’t, really.
  555. Every year, thousands of Californians flee that populous paradise for tax-eased small government oasis of America’s red states.
  556. Everybody accuses me of moving fast when I direct a picture. I don’t move fast, but I just keep moving.
  557. Everybody always talks about the pressure of playing at Wimbledon, how tough it is, but the people watching make it so much easier to play.
  558. Everybody around me had a Snapchat, and I said I would never get on it. I’m still on Instagram, you know? They convinced me to get Snapchat.
  559. Everybody born comes from the Creator trailing wisps of glory. We come from the Creator with creativity. I think that each one of us is born with creativity.
  560. Everybody can’t have the life of a normal, average American person in India – they can’t. So, it’s about egalitarianism. It’s about sharing things more equally. It’s about access to natural resources.
  561. Everybody eats a little differently, but the more where you are aware of what you put in your body and how it affects your performance, the better opportunities you have. And that’s what I’m trying to do.
  562. Everybody either hates or loves John Cena; there’s no medium. I feel like that I’ve accomplished something when I get people to cheer for John Cena. I feel like I’ve done something.
  563. Everybody had posters in their room; everybody had the four symbols of Zeppelin on the wall and all that.
  564. Everybody has a heart. Except some people.
  565. Everybody has a little bit of Watergate in him.
  566. Everybody has a public life, and they have their own private life. Everybody has their secrets. Everybody has their own private, you know, agonies as well as joys. And that’s what great drama, whether it’s the movies or the theater, that’s what it shows.
  567. Everybody has a purpose.
  568. Everybody has asked the question, and they learned to ask it early of the abolitionists, ‘What shall we do with the Negro?’ I have had but one answer from the beginning. Do nothing with us! Your doing with us has already played the mischief with us.
  569. Everybody has goals, aspirations or whatever, and everybody has been at a point in their life where nobody believed in them.
  570. Everybody has their detractors. Some people say arrogance, or whatever they may say. I only have one thing in mind, and that’s doing a great job for the country.
  571. Everybody has their own taste, and I allow for that, but personally, I don’t like a striped tie on a striped shirt. I don’t like brown shoes with a blue suit. Cordovan maybe, but not brown.
  572. Everybody has those stories that make them wince when they think about them silently. But as soon as you tell that story, it becomes a little bit less cringe-inducing.
  573. Everybody I know who is funny, it’s in them. You can teach timing, or some people are able to tell a joke, though I don’t like to tell jokes. But I think you have to be born with a sense of humor and a sense of timing.
  574. Everybody in America has been dependent on the government at some time. We owe everybody in America the right to vote and access to capital. What I say is, let’s make America work, let’s make democracy and free enterprise work for everybody.
  575. Everybody in the world is – is ready for liberty. It’s a question of how you do it.
  576. Everybody is bound by some social rules. But I think that artists need some kind of freedom to explore their minds and that some of them tend to take that freedom to live a little more openly or a little more dangerously, sometimes a lot more self-destructively, than other people.
  577. Everybody is determined by his own experience.
  578. Everybody is idealistic when you’re a kid.
  579. Everybody is looking for validation, no matter who you are, and I think that’s a need of the human condition – to look for affection or recognition or validation.
  580. Everybody is not a victim.
  581. Everybody is their own person.
  582. Everybody I’ve ever worked with – 99.9 percent of the time, I’ve had a successful or very agreeable experience with.
  583. Everybody likes a compliment.
  584. Everybody likes a kidder, but nobody lends him money.
  585. Everybody likes to hold up a really big righteous sword when people make mistakes. Well guess what, now it’s recorded and everyone has access to it… so let’s stop judging people.
  586. Everybody line up alphabetically according to your height.
  587. Everybody loves a deal on a restaurant or skydiving or laser-hair removal.
  588. Everybody loves you when you’re six foot in the ground.
  589. Everybody perceives me because of my career that I’m a movie star, or I’m this model, but I’m still the same person I was when I was a little girl.
  590. Everybody should be able to enjoy their life, because you only live once. So I just want to get it all out there and be the best role model that I can be, if people want to put me in that kind of predicament. I mean, I didn’t ask to be a role model, because I’m not perfect.
  591. Everybody talks about that one when they first meet me. ‘Man, I still remember the play you shook Jordan.’ Everybody gonna always remember it because it was Jordan.
  592. Everybody thinks making films back to back is a big deal but they did it all the time in the old days.
  593. Everybody thinks performance capture is about thrashing around and doing a lots of movement, but it’s actually about being able to contain and think and be believed in a close-up, as much as anything else.
  594. Everybody wants respect. In their own way, three-year-olds would like respect, and acknowledgment, in their terms.
  595. Everybody wants to live. But sometimes the body just gives up.
  596. Everybody who is incapable of learning has taken to teaching.
  597. Everybody’s career has ups and downs. I like to take chances; I don’t like to stand still. And I don’t give a damn what the market is interested in; I want to try things.
  598. Everybody’s entitled to think whatever they want and to express that, but my personal day-to-day experience does not come into contact with any of those people.
  599. Everybody’s got that split between the beautiful and fragile, the hard and the dark.
  600. Everybody’s youth is a dream, a form of chemical madness.
  601. Everyone always asks, ‘Did you ever rebel? Did you dye your hair blue? Did you wear black nail polish?’ I mean, of course, there have been episodes when you wear weird-colored lipstick… But generally, I think I was pretty much the way I am now.
  602. Everyone and everything that shows up in our life is a reflection of something that is happening inside of us.
  603. Everyone checks out my mom. My mom’s hot.
  604. Everyone got kind of crazy with me mentioning I was in love with a woman.
  605. Everyone has a responsibility to not only tolerate another person’s point of view, but also to accept it eagerly as a challenge to your own understanding. And express those challenges in terms of serving other people.
  606. Everyone has at least one story, and each of us is funny if we admit it. You have to admit you’re the funniest person you’ve ever heard of.
  607. Everyone has his day and some days last longer than others.
  608. Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!
  609. Everyone has noticed how hard it is to turn our thoughts to God when everything is going well with us… While what we call ‘our own life’ remains agreeable, we will not surrender it to Him. What, then, can God do in our interests but make ‘our own life’ less agreeable to us, and take away the plausible sources of false happiness?
  610. Everyone has read about or knows someone who has gone through fertility treatments. It is an emotional nightmare, fueled by false hope and the promise of a treatment that will work.
  611. Everyone has the bully or the mean girl or the ex-boyfriend who tried to bring them down.
  612. Everyone has the opportunity to do a horror film. There’s something great about it as an actor. You have to go to places you’d normally never go and be put in situations you would never be put into. You don’t get the opportunity in a lot of films to have this kind of acting. It’s an interesting challenge.
  613. Everyone has the same kind of fears; everyone has the same big problems in the world, which is, like, fear of death and ‘I hope horrible things don’t happen to my family,’ but they do. And I think people laugh at them as this great release.
  614. Everyone has to try to give back as much as possible because I think in all sports it helps kids to have role models or people to look up to. Someone like Jess Ennis, I know a lot of young girls have started to get into athletics stuff because of her, because of her success.
  615. Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future.
  616. Everyone here says in a surprised manner that I have grown… they are so stupid and do not notice that I am standing up straighter!
  617. Everyone I built a course for thinks they have the best golf course in the world and I’m very pleased and proud of that.
  618. Everyone I look up to is bringing me into the tech world. You’d be surprised by all the music people in it, invested in it.
  619. Everyone I used to work with is still alive and can afford expensive lawyers.
  620. Everyone in Hollywood thinks like a Republican fiscally by leaving town to shoot everything; they just don’t vote that way.
  621. Everyone in the gay community doesn’t think alike.
  622. Everyone in the world should have a trench coat, and there should be a trench coat for everyone in the world. It does not matter your age; it doesn’t matter your gender.
  623. Everyone is flailing through this life without an owner’s manual, with whatever modicum of grace and good humor we can manage.
  624. Everyone is on the internet but they’re not all talking with each other. There are groups upon groups out there, but they don’t talk to one another. So while the internet brings everyone into a shared space, it does not necessarily bring them together.
  625. Everyone is trying to make these huge songs; I just make things that I want to listen to. Music that I will be comfortable listening to 10 years from now, that’s my only thing.
  626. Everyone I’ve ever fallen in love with, I just fell in love with! I didn’t date them to try.
  627. Everyone keeps asking you for pictures, and after a while you get tired of that. I always say, They are in the archives.
  628. Everyone knows a lot about me without actually knowing me at all.
  629. Everyone knows how hard it can be to market to millennials.
  630. Everyone knows now how early a fetus becomes a baby. Women who have been pregnant have seen their babies on ultrasounds. They know that there is a terrible truth to those horrific pictures the anti-choice fanatics hold up in front of abortion clinics.
  631. Everyone knows nowadays that people ‘have complexes’. What is not so well known, though far more important theoretically, is that complexes can have us.
  632. Everyone knows the beautiful story of Abraham and the sacrifice of Isaac. How this noble father led his child to the slaughter; how Isaac meekly submitted; how the farce went on till the lad was bound and laid on the altar, and how God then stopped the murder, and blessed the intending murderer for his willingness to commit the crime.
  633. Everyone likes birds. What wild creature is more accessible to our eyes and ears, as close to us and everyone in the world, as universal as a bird?
  634. Everyone likes flattery; and when you come to Royalty you should lay it on with a trowel.
  635. Everyone loved Steve Jobs and the idea of Steve Jobs. Like a lot of people, I loved a man I never knew.
  636. Everyone makes a greater effort to hurt other people than to help himself.
  637. Everyone must accept that we will age and age is not always flattering.
  638. Everyone needs a coach. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a basketball player, a tennis player, a gymnast or a bridge player.
  639. Everyone needs a fantasy.
  640. Everyone needs to understand that my work addresses existing problems, and one of the crucial problems in Russia today is corruption.
  641. Everyone prefers some foods over others, but some adults take this tendency to an extreme. These people tend to prefer the kinds of bland food they may have enjoyed as children – such as plain or buttered pasta, macaroni and cheese, cheese pizza, French fries and grilled cheese sandwiches – and to restrict their eating to just a few dishes.
  642. Everyone reaches their point in time where either they die or they get sick of doing drugs. It started getting debilitating. I enjoy my music a lot better than my drugs.
  643. Everyone says corruption is everywhere, but for me it seems strange to say that and then not try to put the people guilty of that corruption away.
  644. Everyone should be respected as an individual, but no one idolized.
  645. Everyone talks about building a relationship with your customer. I think you build one with your employees first.
  646. Everyone talks about moderation. How about some moderation in moderation?
  647. Everyone thinks I live alone, but I don’t. My characters all live with me.
  648. Everyone wants an iPhone, but it would be impossible to design an iPhone in China because it’s not a product; it’s an understanding of human nature.
  649. Everyone wants to feel like they were the one and only person that the other person could ever fall in love with.
  650. Everyone who wants to do good to the human race always ends in universal bullying.
  651. Everyone who wills can hear the inner voice. It is within everyone.
  652. Everyone writes in Tolstoy’s shadow, whether one feels oneself to be Tolstoyan or not.
  653. Everyone’s films have done well of late. So when your film doesn’t do well, you ask yourself, ‘Oh, did I make a wrong choice?’ And I strongly feel that it’s your choices that make a good career. The track record has to be good.
  654. Everyone’s going to die, and everyone’s going to get sick at some point. But I do believe that there are choices you can make in life that will make you as healthy as possible.
  655. Everyone’s more vulnerable than they seem, and I think men are more vulnerable. Once you get close to a man, the whole thing’s a facade anyway. I think manhood is fragile.
  656. Everyone’s quick to blame the alien.
  657. Everyone’s terrified of being mediocre. Everyone wants to be special.
  658. Everything becomes so problematic because of basic faults: from a discontent with myself.
  659. Everything begins with an idea.
  660. Everything can be going well, but if I’m not writing, I’m not happy. When I’m writing well, I’m like a different person.
  661. Everything changes as you get older – your mind, your body, the way you view the world.
  662. Everything deep is also simple and can be reproduced simply as long as its reference to the whole truth is maintained. But what matters is not what is witty but what is true.
  663. Everything doesn’t happen for a reason, if by this we mean evil is a part of God’s plan. But God does ensure that evil will not prevail and that light will always, ultimately, overcome the darkness. If we follow God’s lead, our work is to push back the darkness.
  664. Everything doesn’t have to be perfect, I’ve realised. You can learn as you go.
  665. Everything from who sits on your local board of education to the prosecutors and judicial appointments in your area and much more are all impacted by who holds political office.
  666. Everything happens to everybody sooner or later if there is time enough.
  667. Everything has a natural explanation. The moon is not a god, but a great rock, and the sun a hot rock.
  668. Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.
  669. Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again.
  670. Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it.
  671. Everything has its limit – iron ore cannot be educated into gold.
  672. Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence, and I learn, whatever state I may be in, therein to be content.
  673. Everything has to do with education: If you educate the girls, you educate the family, the community, and society, in general.
  674. Everything human is pathetic. The secret source of humor itself is not joy but sorrow. There is no humor in heaven.
  675. Everything I did, all my actions, all of the problems I had I dedicate to God and to Chile, because I kept Chile from becoming Communist.
  676. Everything I do as a mother builds on a foundation of love and compassion.
  677. Everything I do, I want to be A.J. Styles. When you see a guy come out with dry, long hair, I want you to be like, ‘Hey, that reminds me of A.J. Styles.’ That’s what I want.
  678. Everything I do in life is framed through the view of a businessman. That’s my instinct. If I go into a pharmacy to buy shaving cream, then I’m going to look for the best deal on shaving cream.
  679. Everything I do is about my kids and wife and how we can all be together.
  680. Everything I hated about L.A. I’m beginning to crave. L.A. is a place where you live behind a gate, you get in a car, your interaction with the public is minimal. I used to hate that.
  681. Everything I have, my career, my success, my family, I owe to America.
  682. Everything I learned I learned from the movies.
  683. Everything I read about hitting a midlife crisis was true. I had such a struggle letting go of youthful things and learning how to exist and have enthusiasm while settling into the comfort of an older age.
  684. Everything I was told should be my greatest insecurities and weaknesses, everything that I’ve been labeled – short, nerdy, skinny, weak, impulsive, ugly, tomboy, poor, rebel, loud, freak, crazy – turned out to be my greatest strengths. I didn’t become successful in spite of them. I became successful because of them.
  685. Everything in America is so stratified by class now. We have the 93rd level of income inequality in the world. You’re already seeing highway lanes that are for pay and ones that aren’t.
  686. Everything in food is science. The only subjective part is when you eat it.
  687. Everything in life is luck.
  688. Everything in Nature contains all the powers of Nature. Everything is made of one hidden stuff.
  689. Everything in tennis is so neat and nice but boxing has sport down to its essence; it is very pure and I like that.
  690. Everything in the world is purchased by labor.
  691. Everything in the world we want to do or get done, we must do with and through people.
  692. Everything is clearer when you’re in love.
  693. Everything is creative. It’s all relative to me. No matter what, you’ve gotta use your imagination, use your senses.
  694. Everything is discursive opinion instead of direct experience.
  695. Everything is negotiable. Whether or not the negotiation is easy is another thing.
  696. Everything is political. I will never be a politician or even think political. Me just deal with life and nature. That is the greatest thing to me.
  697. Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.
  698. Everything is reason. If you don’t have reason, you have nothing.
  699. Everything is so unstable in these times of progress at any cost, and social customs and methods of life alter so rapidly, that a few years now suffice to change completely the face of usages which, at their inception, bade fair to outlive the age – so enthusiastically were they welcomed by the public.
  700. Everything is sweetened by risk.
  701. Everything I’ve been thinking, every vision, even down to every shot I throw, it just ends up here in reality. Whether it was in a fight and how to react or whether it was in a stadium with screaming fans or whether I was in a fancy car or the best clothes ever, I always put myself somewhere.
  702. Everything I’ve ever done in my whole career, people might not know, I’ve never written anything down on paper.
  703. Everything I’ve performed has been from my own head.
  704. Everything my mother made had to cook for 80 hours, and when she made matzoh balls she didn’t know fluffy. Everything sank.
  705. Everything of importance has been said before by somebody who did not discover it.
  706. Everything officers go through in any chase anywhere in the country, but amped up 100 times! I’m right in the thick of things in a car going like 80 miles an hour, and doing 360s in the middle of the road. It was a wild ride.
  707. Everything popular is wrong.
  708. Everything shapes you to be the person you are today. Sometimes hard lessons pay off dividends.
  709. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
  710. Everything tastes better when it’s free.
  711. Everything tastes better with butter. Meat that has fat in it is tender in a certain way, flavorful in a certain way. It’s hard to deny the flavor quotient there.
  712. Everything tends to make us believe that there exists a certain point of the mind at which life and death, the real and the imagined, past and future, the communicable and the incommunicable, high and low, cease to be perceived as contradictions.
  713. Everything that Bush touches turns to manure in public policy.
  714. Everything that has existed, lingers in the Eternity.
  715. Everything that has happened in my life is because of good government and because the United States of America was the greatest nation on the face of the earth.
  716. Everything that I am going to do as an actress doesn’t matter where it’s coming from. It just has to be interesting.
  717. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.
  718. Everything that pushes up out of the earth I love. Everything under the earth, root vegetables, I love to cook.
  719. Everything that we see is a shadow cast by that which we do not see.
  720. Everything that we used to think got taught at home now seemingly has to be taught in the public school system, and something is going to get lost in the process.
  721. Everything that’s really worthwhile in life comes to us.
  722. Everything will line up perfectly when knowing and living the truth becomes more important than looking good.
  723. Everything you add to the truth subtracts from the truth.
  724. Everything you do in a patient’s room, after he is ‘put up’ for the night, increases tenfold the risk of his having a bad night. But, if you rouse him up after he has fallen asleep, you do not risk – you secure him a bad night.
  725. Everything you’ve ever read of mine is first-draft. This is one of the peculiarities of the comics field. By the time you’re working on chapter three of your masterwork, chapter one is already in print. You can’t go back and suddenly decide to make this character a woman, or have this one fall out of a window.
  726. Everything’s better with butter.
  727. Everything’s borne out of human experience, of course – rejection, humiliation, poverty, whatever. People aren’t born bad, no matter how harsh the circumstances. There is a person in there, and that person is not made of ice.
  728. Everywhere I go, every city, they’re always like, ‘What’s in the water in Canada? What’s in the water in Toronto?’
  729. Everywhere I go I find that people… both leaders and individuals… are asking one basic question, ‘Is there any hope for the future?’ My answer is the same, ‘Yes, through Jesus Christ.’
  730. Everywhere I go, I see all kinds of people at my shows – conservatives, liberals, new-agers, teen-agers, old pensioners. And for those people to have something in common is real interesting to me.
  731. Everywhere I go, the kids call me ‘the book lady.’ The older I get, the more appreciative I seem to be of the ‘book lady’ title. It makes me feel more like a legitimate person, not just a singer or an entertainer. But it makes me feel like I’ve done something good with my life and with my success.
  732. Everywhere in the world there are tensions – economic, political, religious. So we need chocolate.
  733. Everywhere that freedom stirs, let tyrants fear.
  734. Evidence of defendants’ lavish lifestyles is often used to provide a motive for fraud. Jurors sometimes wonder why an executive making tens of millions of dollars would cheat to make even more. Evidence of habitual gluttony helps provide the answer.
  735. Evil is always possible. Goodness is a difficulty.
  736. Evil is easy, and has infinite forms.
  737. Evil is not something superhuman, it’s something less than human.
  738. Evil is only imperfection, that which is not complete, which is becoming, but has not yet found its end.
  739. Evil is whatever distracts.
  740. ‘Evil men have no songs.’ How is it that the Russians have songs?
  741. Evil requires the sanction of the victim.
  742. Evolution, climate change, and the construction of the physical universe down to its atoms are processes that we measure in millions or billions of years.
  743. Evolution has ensured that our brains just aren’t equipped to visualise 11 dimensions directly. However, from a purely mathematical point of view it’s just as easy to think in 11 dimensions, as it is to think in three or four.
  744. Evolution is a constant state. You evolve and become comfortable in situations in which you might have felt alien in the past.
  745. Evolutionary psychology has often been a field whose most prominent practitioners get embroiled in controversy – witness the 2010 case of Harvard professor Marc Hauser, whose graduate students came forward to say he’d been faking evidence for years.
  746. Exact Match Impression Share metrics:
  747. Exaggerated sensitiveness is an expression of the feeling of inferiority.
  748. Exaggeration is truth that has lost its temper.
  749. Examine each question in terms of what is ethically and aesthetically right, as well as what is economically expedient.
  750. Example is leadership.
  751. Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.
  752. Example is the best precept.
  753. Example is the school of mankind, and they will learn at no other.
  754. Exceeds man’s might: that dwells with the gods above.
  755. Excellence always sells.
  756. Excellence can be as strong a uniting force as solid vision.
  757. Excellence endures and sustains. It goes beyond motivation into the realms of inspiration.
  758. Excellence is a continuous process and not an accident.
  759. Excellence is a great starting point for any new organisation but also an unending journey.
  760. Excellence is an art won by training and habituation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.
  761. Excellence is to do a common thing in an uncommon way.
  762. Excellence, then, is a state concerned with choice, lying in a mean, relative to us, this being determined by reason and in the way in which the man of practical wisdom would determine it.
  763. Except during the nine months before he draws his first breath, no man manages his affairs as well as a tree does.
  764. Excess exercise tends to be counterbalanced by excess hunger, exemplified by the phrase ‘working up an appetite.’ A few people with extraordinary willpower can resist such hunger day after day, but for the vast majority, weight loss through exercise is a flawed option.
  765. Excessive fear is always powerless.
  766. Exclusion is never the way forward on our shared paths to freedom and justice.
  767. ‘Exculpatory’ is in the eye of the beholder.
  768. Executive ability is deciding quickly and getting somebody else to do the work.
  769. Executives at a small e-commerce company are debating AdWords performance metrics. If the budget is unlimited as long as return on investment (ROI) is positive, which recommendation best positions the company for maximum profit?
  770. Existence really is an imperfect tense that never becomes a present.
  771. Existence would be intolerable if we were never to dream.
  772. Existentialism is about being a saint without God; being your own hero, without all the sanction and support of religion or society.
  773. Expect nothing. Live frugally on surprise.
  774. Expect problems and eat them for breakfast.
  775. Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and repeat to yourself, the most comforting words of all; this, too, shall pass.
  776. Expectation is the mother of all frustration.
  777. Expectations are a form of first-class truth: If people believe it, it’s true.
  778. Expecting something for nothing is the most popular form of hope.
  779. Expedience, not justice, is the rule of contemporary American law.
  780. Experience acquired in the heroic battle against Batista’s tyranny showed that the enemy, no matter what his strength, could not defeat the Cuban people.
  781. Experience, as a desire for experience, does not come off. We must not study ourselves while having an experience.
  782. Experience demands that man is the only animal which devours his own kind, for I can apply no milder term to the general prey of the rich on the poor.
  783. Experience has shown, and a true philosophy will always show, that a vast, perhaps the larger portion of the truth arises from the seemingly irrelevant.
  784. Experience has taught me, when I am shaving of a morning, to keep watch over my thoughts, because, if a line of poetry strays into my memory, my skin bristles so that the razor ceases to act.
  785. Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.
  786. Experience in other countries shows how big money, rather than the best political candidate, can influence politics.
  787. Experience is a revelation in the light of which we renounce our errors of youth for those of age.
  788. Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you.
  789. Experience is one thing you can’t get for nothing.
  790. Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.
  791. Experience is the child of thought, and thought is the child of action.
  792. Experience is the hardest kind of teacher. It gives you the test first, and the lesson afterward.
  793. Experience is the only prophecy of wise men.
  794. Experience is the teacher of all things.
  795. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other.
  796. Experience taught me a few things. One is to listen to your gut, no matter how good something sounds on paper. The second is that you’re generally better off sticking with what you know. And the third is that sometimes your best investments are the ones you don’t make.
  797. Experience teaches only the teachable.
  798. Experience: that most brutal of teachers. But you learn, my God do you learn.
  799. Experience – the wisdom that enables us to recognise in an undesirable old acquaintance the folly that we have already embraced.
  800. Experience, which plays such an important part in culinary work, is nowhere so necessary as in the preparation of sauces, for not only must the latter flatter the palate, but they must also very in savour, consistence, and viscosity, in accordance with the dishes they accompany.
  801. Expertise is the mantra of modern medicine.
  802. Experts often possess more data than judgment.
  803. Experts on romance say for a happy marriage there has to be more than a passionate love. For a lasting union, they insist, there must be a genuine liking for each other. Which, in my book, is a good definition for friendship.
  804. Explain to me what Italian-American culture is. We’ve been here 100 years. Isn’t Italian-American culture American culture? That’s because we’re so diverse, in terms of intermarriage.
  805. Exploration by real people inspires us.
  806. Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.
  807. Exposed in the relentless Palin attacks is not just political bias but unmitigated class bias. The American mainstream media in its current free-fall is begging for more comeuppance when it continues to berate the values and lifestyles of the folks in flyover country who, in simpler times, used to be considered valued customers.
  808. Exposure from a young age to the realities of the world is a super-big thing.
  809. Expressions of disobedience naturally encourage terrorist organizations and motivate them to intensify their actions.
  810. Extemporaneous speaking should be practiced and cultivated. It is the lawyer’s avenue to the public. However able and faithful he may be in other respects, people are slow to bring him business if he cannot make a speech.
  811. Extinction is the rule. Survival is the exception.
  812. Extreme hopes are born from extreme misery.
  813. Extreme positions are not succeeded by moderate ones, but by contrary extreme positions.
  814. Extremes in nature equal ends produce; In man they join to some mysterious use.
  815. Ezra was right half the time, and when he was wrong, he was so wrong you were never in any doubt about it.
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