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  6. Facebook is quite entrenched and has a network effect. It’s hard to break into a network once it’s formed.
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  8. Faced with what is right, to leave it undone shows a lack of courage.
  9. Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable.
  10. Facts are stubborn things.
  11. Facts are to the mind what food is to the body.
  12. Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.
  13. Facts which at first seem improbable will, even on scant explanation, drop the cloak which has hidden them and stand forth in naked and simple beauty.
  14. Failing doesn’t have to mean not succeeding. It can be, ‘Hey we tried that. We can go forward, smarter.’
  15. Failing to plan is planning to fail.
  16. Failure doesn’t exist. It’s only a change of direction.
  17. Failure is always an option.
  18. Failure is enriching. It’s also important to accept that you’ll make mistakes – it’s how you build your expertise. The trick is to learn a positive lesson from all of life’s negative moments.
  19. Failure is not an option. Everyone has to succeed.
  20. Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself.
  21. Failure isn’t an option. I’ve erased the word ‘fear’ from my vocabulary, and I think when you erase fear, you can’t fail.
  22. Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.
  23. Failure worries me; nobody wants to fail. There is a fear that one day, films will not come my way, or if someone doesn’t watch your film, that is a worrying point. It is unpredictable in the industry.
  24. Failures are cheap if you do them first. Failures are expensive if you do them at the end.
  25. Failures, repeated failures, are finger posts on the road to achievement. One fails forward toward success.
  26. Faith begins where Reason sinks exhausted.
  27. Faith: Belief without evidence in what is told by one who speaks without knowledge, of things without parallel.
  28. Faith came by just believing God’s word and taking Him up on His word.
  29. Faith certainly tells us what the senses do not, but not the contrary of what they see; it is above, not against them.
  30. Faith crosses every border and touches every heart in every nation.
  31. Faith embraces many truths which seem to contradict each other.
  32. Faith has a role to play in life. It is not related to success. It is the other way round. Success is related to faith. Faith comes first.
  33. Faith indeed tells what the senses do not tell, but not the contrary of what they see. It is above them and not contrary to them.
  34. Faith is a journey, not a guilt trip.
  35. Faith is a knowledge within the heart, beyond the reach of proof.
  36. Faith is a state of openness or trust.
  37. Faith is an aptitude of the spirit. It is, in fact, a talent: you must be born with it.
  38. Faith is an excitement and an enthusiasm: it is a condition of intellectual magnificence to which we must cling as to a treasure, and not squander on our way through life in the small coin of empty words, or in exact and priggish argument.
  39. Faith is an oasis in the heart which will never be reached by the caravan of thinking.
  40. Faith is antonymous with logic.
  41. Faith is different from proof; the latter is human, the former is a Gift from God.
  42. Faith is not something to grasp, it is a state to grow into.
  43. Faith is part of who I am, yes. I was raised Christian Scientist. The most important thing I saw every single week on the wall at Sunday school was the Golden Rule.
  44. Faith is salted and peppered through everything at Christmas. And I love at least one night by the Christmas tree to sing and feel the quiet holiness of that time that’s set apart to celebrate love, friendship, and God’s gift of the Christ child.
  45. Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.
  46. Faith is the opposite of logic.
  47. Faith is the strength by which a shattered world shall emerge into the light.
  48. Faith keeps many doubts in her pay. If I could not doubt, I should not believe.
  49. Faith minus vulnerability and mystery equals extremism. If you’ve got all the answers, then don’t call what you do ‘faith.’
  50. Faith… must be enforced by reason… when faith becomes blind it dies.
  51. Faith never makes a confession.
  52. Faith: not wanting to know what is true.
  53. Faith, there hath been many great men that have flattered the people who ne’er loved them.
  54. Falling out of love is like losing weight. It’s a lot easier putting it on than taking it off.
  55. False face must hide what the false heart doth know.
  56. False facts are highly injurious to the progress of science, for they often endure long; but false views, if supported by some evidence, do little harm, for every one takes a salutary pleasure in proving their falseness.
  57. False happiness renders men stern and proud, and that happiness is never communicated. True happiness renders them kind and sensible, and that happiness is always shared.
  58. Falsehood is a perennial spring.
  59. Falsehood is invariably the child of fear in one form or another.
  60. Fame and power are the objects of all men. Even their partial fruition is gained by very few; and that, too, at the expense of social pleasure, health, conscience, life.
  61. Fame can take interesting men and thrust mediocrity upon them.
  62. Fame does different things to different people. For some people it makes them a better person.
  63. Fame doesn’t fulfill you. It warms you a bit, but that warmth is temporary.
  64. ‘Fame’ exhausts me.
  65. Fame for fame’s sake is toxic – some people want that, with no boundaries. It’s unhealthy.
  66. Fame hit me like a ton of bricks.
  67. Fame is a fickle food upon a shifting plate.
  68. Fame is a very strange animal.
  69. Fame is fickle, and I know it. It has its compensations but it also has its drawbacks, and I’ve experienced them both.
  70. Fame is hollow. It amplifies what is there. If there is any self-doubt, or hatred, or lack of ability to connect with people, fame will magnify it.
  71. Fame is like a river, that beareth up things light and swollen, and drowns things weighty and solid.
  72. Fame is like caviar, you know – it’s good to have caviar but not when you have it at every meal.
  73. Fame itself… doesn’t really afford you anything more than a good seat in a restaurant.
  74. Fame may go by and – so long, I’ve had you.
  75. Fame or perceived success – it all comes from groupthink.
  76. Fame should be left to the film stars.
  77. Fame will go by and, so long, I’ve had you, fame. If it goes by, I’ve always known it was fickle. So at least it’s something I experience, but that’s not where I live.
  78. Familiar things happen, and mankind does not bother about them. It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis of the obvious.
  79. Familiarity breeds contempt – and children.
  80. Familiarity breeds contempt.
  81. Family involvement is a valuable thing and playing together actively can be the ’90s version of it. Instead of just watching, you can do it together… something we don’t spend enough time on. We can motivate and excite each other about fitness.
  82. Family is conflict and it’s something that we all relate to.
  83. Family quarrels are bitter things. They don’t go according to any rules. They’re not like aches or wounds, they’re more like splits in the skin that won’t heal because there’s not enough material.
  84. Famous, adj.: Conspicuously miserable.
  85. Famous people are deceptive. Deep down, they’re just regular people. Like Larry King. We’ve been friends for forty years. He’s one of the few guys I know who’s really famous. One minute he’s talking to the president on his cell phone, and then the next minute he’s saying to me, ‘Do you think we ought to give the waiter another dollar?’
  86. Famously, there’s not really anywhere to go after nihilism. It’s not progressing toward anything, it’s a statement of outrage, however brilliant.
  87. Fan Luv is a powerful positive movement. All over the world they come. It’s a force of luv.
  88. Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship; and pass the rosy wine.
  89. Fanatics are picturesque, mankind would rather see gestures than listen to reasons.
  90. Fannie Mae has never publicly disclosed how much money it could lose if interest rates rose 1.5 percentage points in a very short period of time.
  91. Fannie Mae is owned by shareholders but operates under a federal charter that exempts it from paying state or local taxes. As a result, many professional investors think the government would repay the debt that Fannie Mae had issued if the company could not, although Fannie Mae explicitly says that its bonds do not carry a federal guarantee.
  92. Fantasies can be great, but we shouldn’t make the wedding a fantasy, because the wedding is the gateway to married life. It shouldn’t be a moment of illusion; it should be a moment of preparation.
  93. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it’s a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope, and that enables you to laugh at life’s realities.
  94. Fantasy love is much better than reality love.
  95. Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.
  96. Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure… than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.
  97. Farewell, fair cruelty.
  98. Farm workers are society’s canaries. Farm workers – and their children – demonstrate the effects of pesticide poisoning before anyone else.
  99. Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.
  100. Fascism is not in itself a new order of society. It is the future refusing to be born.
  101. Fashion doesn’t look good only on models; it can look good on different people of different ages and different body shapes.
  102. Fashion fades, only style remains the same.
  103. Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.
  104. Fashion is almost like a religion, for me at least.
  105. Fashion is always of the time in which you live. It is not something standing alone. But the grand problem, the most important problem, is to rejeuvenate women. To make women look young. Then their outlook changes. They feel more joyous.
  106. Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions.
  107. Fashion is made to become unfashionable.
  108. Fashion is not always about what’s new, it’s also about what’s good. And I think if you need to see what’s good, you have to be there.
  109. Fashion is not enough anymore. It’s not just about what you wear. I mean, I don’t know how many women can afford to take the time to come to Paris for three fittings.
  110. Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.
  111. Fashion is only the attempt to realize art in living forms and social intercourse.
  112. Fashion should be a form of escapism, and not a form of imprisonment.
  113. Fashion should be fun and accessible.
  114. Fashion today is available to everybody in a way that it’s never been before: you’ve got every designer you’ve ever heard of working for H& or Target. That’s fantastic.
  115. Fashion was never my forte.
  116. Fashion’s a huge part of my life, but I don’t necessarily feel comfortable always talking about clothes on my personal social media.
  117. Fast-paced from start to finish, ‘The Honourable Schoolboy’ is fired by le Carre’s conviction regarding evil done and its consequences.
  118. Fate is nothing but the deeds committed in a prior state of existence.
  119. Fate is only for those unable to control their own futures.
  120. Fate pulls you in different directions.
  121. Fatherhood, both times for me, was a choice.
  122. Fatherhood is a very natural thing; it’s not something that shakes up my life but rather it enriches it.
  123. Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.
  124. Fathers and mothers have lost the idea that the highest aspiration they might have for their children is for them to be wise… specialized competence and success are all that they can imagine.
  125. Fathers should be neither seen nor heard. That is the only proper basis for family life.
  126. Fatigue is the best pillow.
  127. Favorite Bat-gadget was probably the Batboat, because it was fun to get out on the ocean and run that thing around at high speed.
  128. FDA clearance is an important step on the path towards getting genetic information integrated with routine medical care.
  129. Fear and euphoria are dominant forces, and fear is many multiples the size of euphoria. Bubbles go up very slowly as euphoria builds. Then fear hits, and it comes down very sharply. When I started to look at that, I was sort of intellectually shocked. Contagion is the critical phenomenon which causes the thing to fall apart.
  130. Fear and greed are potent motivators. When both of these forces push in the same direction, virtually no human being can resist.
  131. Fear clogs; faith liberates.
  132. Fear defeats more people than any other one thing in the world.
  133. Fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind.
  134. Fear has its use but cowardice has none.
  135. Fear has never built a community. And fear will never build a nation.
  136. Fear has never educated a child. Fear has never built a home.
  137. Fear invariably and universally induces disengagement, and disengagement is negative division of labor.
  138. Fear is a far more dominant force in human behaviour than euphoria – I would never have expected that or given it a moment’s thought before, but it shows up in the data in so many ways.
  139. Fear is a powerful weapon. It can excite and motivate, and it can get people to yell and to scream. But fear has never created a job.
  140. Fear is exciting for me.
  141. Fear is pain arising from the anticipation of evil.
  142. Fear is real, but so is love.
  143. Fear is stupid. So are regrets.
  144. Fear is the lengthened shadow of ignorance.
  145. Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.
  146. Fear is the mother of morality.
  147. Fear is the thought of admitted inferiority.
  148. Fear makes us feel our humanity.
  149. Fear not, the people may be deluded for a moment, but cannot be corrupted.
  150. Fear not those who argue but those who dodge.
  151. Fear not, we are of the nature of the lion, and cannot descend to the destruction of mice and such small beasts.
  152. Fear of death has never played a large part in my consciousness – perhaps unimaginative of me.
  153. Fear of death increases in exact proportion to increase in wealth.
  154. Fear of death makes us devoid both of valour and religion. For want of valour is want of religious faith.
  155. Fear of the unknown is a great creative partner.
  156. Fear paralyses you – fear of flying, fear of the future, fear of leaving a rubbish marriage, fear of public speaking, or whatever it is.
  157. Fear seems to have many causes. Fear of loss, fear of failure, fear of being hurt, and so on, but ultimately all fear is the ego’s fear of death, of annihilation. To the ego, death is always just around the corner. In this mind-identified state, fear of death affects every aspect of your life.
  158. Fearlessness is like a muscle. I know from my own life that the more I exercise it the more natural it becomes to not let my fears run me.
  159. Feasts must be solemn and rare, or else they cease to be feasts.
  160. Feature phones are:
  161. ‘Fecundity’ is an ugly word for an ugly subject. It is ugly, at least, in the eggy animal world. I don’t think it is for plants.
  162. Federal law should hold organizations like the League of Women Voters harmless if they make good-faith mistakes while registering people.
  163. Federal laws against kickbacks bar pharmaceutical companies from directly giving money to patients for co-payments on the drugs they make.
  164. Feel is the most perplexing part of golf, and probably the most important.
  165. Feeling I’d scarcely arrived at a style, I now find I’m near the end of it. I’m not quite sure what Late Style means except that it’s some sort of licence, a permit for ageing practitioners to kick their heels up.
  166. Feeling sorry for yourself, and your present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have.
  167. Feelings aren’t going to help me win a game.
  168. Feels good to try, but playing a father, I’m getting a little older. I see now that I’m taking it more serious and I do want that lifestyle.
  169. Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?
  170. Felicity, the companion of content, is rather found in our own breasts than in the enjoyment of external things; and I firmly believe it requires but a little philosophy to make a man happy in whatever state he is.
  171. Fellow citizens, we cannot escape history. We, of this Congress and this administration, will be remembered in spite of ourselves. No personal significance, or insignificance, can spare one or another of us. The fiery trial through which we pass will light us down in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation.
  172. Female performers have been doing this for years – pushing the envelope about sexuality – and the minute a man does it, everybody freaks out.
  173. Female users are the unsung heroines behind the most engaging, fastest growing, and most valuable consumer Internet and e-commerce companies.
  174. Females get hired along procreative lines. After 40, we’re kind of cooked.
  175. Feminism is a word that I identify with. The term has become synonymous with vitriolic man-hating but it needs to come back to a place where both men and women can embrace it. It is particularly important for women in developing countries.
  176. Feminism is hated because women are hated. Anti-feminism is a direct expression of misogyny; it is the political defense of women hating.
  177. Feminism is not only for women It’s something everyone can participate in, and evolve together, as the first step in the right direction. I see feminism as a tool to achieve that balance and peace.
  178. Fermat said he had a proof.
  179. Festivals cause diseases, since they lighten cares but increase gluttony.
  180. Festive cocktails mean color, lots of color.
  181. Few Americans have ever met their Congresspeople. They don’t see them at the grocery store; they don’t meet them at the bowling alley. They’re more likely to see their representatives in photographs from the Daily Grill in Washington, D.C., than at a local town hall.
  182. Few are those who see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts.
  183. Few friendships would survive if each one knew what his friend says of him behind his back.
  184. Few men would dare to read their own autobiography if all their deeds were recorded in it; few can look back upon their entire career without a blush.
  185. Few of us can stand prosperity. Another man’s, I mean.
  186. Few of us have vitality enough to make any of our instincts imperious.
  187. Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people are even incapable of forming such opinions.
  188. Few people think more than two or three times a year; I have made an international reputation for myself by thinking once or twice a week.
  189. Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.
  190. Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him.
  191. Few women admit their age. Fewer men act theirs.
  192. Few women, I fear, have had such reason as I have to think the long sad years of youth were worth living for the sake of middle age.
  193. Fiction is able to encompass books that are bleak and which dwell on the manifold and terrible problems of our times. But I don’t think that all books need to have that particular focus.
  194. Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn’t.
  195. Fiction is such a world of freedom, it’s wonderful. If you want someone to fly, they can fly.
  196. Fiction is too beautiful to be about just one thing. It should be about everything.
  197. Fiction reveals truth that reality obscures.
  198. Fidelity – a virtue peculiar to those who are about to be betrayed.
  199. Field hockey is my strongest sport, and if I lose a game, I take a long, hot bath and moan about it.
  200. Fifty-seven countries in the world, a third of the United Nations, do not recognize Israel. In a way, I think North Korea has better international relations than Israel.
  201. Fifty years after half a million gypsies were exterminated in the Second World War – thousands of them in Auschwitz – we’re again preparing the mass killing of this minority.
  202. Fifty years ago, historians advised politicians and policy-makers. They helped chart the future of nations by helping leaders learn from past mistakes in history. But then something changed, and we began making decisions based on economic principles rather than historical ones. The results were catastrophic.
  203. Fifty years of isolating Cuba had failed to promote democracy, setting us back in Latin America. That’s why we restored diplomatic relations, opened the door to travel and commerce, and positioned ourselves to improve the lives of the Cuban people.
  204. Fight as hard as you can, and then understand there’s going to have to be some amount of reasonable compromise.
  205. Fighting for identity is something that is very much in my life.
  206. Fighting for one’s freedom, struggling towards being free, is like struggling to be a poet or a good Christian or a good Jew or a good Muslim or good Zen Buddhist. You work all day long and achieve some kind of level of success by nightfall, go to sleep and wake up the next morning with the job still to be done. So you start all over again.
  207. Figure skating is an unlikely Olympic event but its good television. It’s sort of a combination of gymnastics and ballet. A little sexy too which doesn’t hurt.
  208. Fill in the blank: __________ helps marketers establish a consistent tone on their social media networks.
  209. Fill in the blank: A ______ is an email that has been returned to the sender because the email address is invalid.
  210. Fill in the blank: A call-to-action (CTA) is a button that promotes an offer and links to a(n) ______.
  211. Fill in the blank: Acccording to by Akamai, 40% of people will abandon a webpage if it takes more than _____ seconds to load.
  212. Fill in the blank: Dashboards are key to integrating smarketing into an organization because they provide _______, _______, and _______ updates as to how marketing and sales are performing.
  213. Fill in the blank: Landing pages are designed to _________.
  214. Fill in the blank: Marketing and sales should be aligned around the same goal. Typically this is a shared _____ goal.
  215. Fill in the blank: Personalization tokens and list segmentation are both examples of using _____ in email.
  216. Fill in the blank: Remarkable content is _________, not __________-based.
  217. Fill in the blank: The outlined Content Process steps are plan, create, _______, analyze, repeat.
  218. Fill in the blank: When using A/B testing for email, it’s important to ____.
  219. Fill in the blank: While most pages should be optimized for user interaction, responsive blogs should be first optimized for _________.
  220. Fill the earth with your songs of gratitude.
  221. Fill your bowl to the brim and it will spill. Keep sharpening your knife and it will blunt.
  222. Film can’t just be a long line of bliss. There’s something we all like about the human struggle.
  223. Film has to be reflecting the world that we live in, and that’s all you want to be a part of. Actors inhabit the same planet as everyone else. It’s a weird thing that happens when you’re an actor because people hold you up because you somehow embody in parts groups of people or people’s hopes or something.
  224. Film is a mirror. I want to see more filmmakers. We all want to see ourselves.
  225. Film school was a privilege I could not afford.
  226. Film spectators are quiet vampires.
  227. Film study was considered disgraceful by my father.
  228. Film was something that I didn’t see as a step up from music videos, though obviously, music videos, the fact that you work with a crew and a film camera, are the closest to film I’ve ever been. That is the only schooling I’ve ever had.
  229. Filming typically takes a bit away from the climbing experience, since you have to stop all the time and shoot.
  230. Filmmakers need to realize that their job isn’t done when they lock picture. We must see our films through.
  231. Filmmakers, they tell me they want to make movies. I say, ‘Good, go out, buy a $500 camera, get some friends and make a movie. Don’t go to Hollywood. Stay wherever you are.’
  232. Filmmaking as a process, it’s bittersweet.
  233. Filmmaking can give you everything, but at the same time, it can take everything from you.
  234. Films like ‘Babel’ can transcend the one point-of-view formula that has reigned for so long.
  235. Films made in the spirit of the past continued to be made.
  236. Films should be for everybody.
  237. Films work due to scripts, characters, and what you see on screen.
  238. Filters let you include, exclude, or modify the data you collect in a view.
  239. Filters may be applied retroactively to any data that has been processed.
  240. Finality is not the language of politics.
  241. Finally, let us understand that when we stand together, we will always win. When men and women stand together for justice, we win. When black, white and Hispanic people stand together for justice, we win.
  242. Finance is wholly different from the rest the economy.
  243. Financial news services and other media organizations get press releases 15 minutes before they are distributed to the general public, fueling a furious competition among the news services to rewrite them for their subscribers during their window of exclusivity.
  244. Find a beautiful piece of art. If you fall in love with Van Gogh or Matisse or John Oliver Killens, or if you fall love with the music of Coltrane, the music of Aretha Franklin, or the music of Chopin – find some beautiful art and admire it, and realize that that was created by human beings just like you, no more human, no less.
  245. Find a job you like and you add five days to every week.
  246. Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.
  247. Find a priest who understands English and doesn’t look like Rasputin.
  248. Find ecstasy in life; the mere sense of living is joy enough.
  249. Find enough clever things to say, and you’re a Prime Minister; write them down and you’re a Shakespeare.
  250. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them.
  251. Find out who you are and be that person. That’s what your soul was put on this Earth to be. Find that truth, live that truth and everything else will come.
  252. Find out who you are. And do it on purpose.
  253. Find some fun way to get a little more oil on your hands or mud on your boots. Sometimes, that’s what it takes to take down some of the really big problems.
  254. Find someone’s email id by using a phone number
  255. Find the story you want to tell. If you don’t want to write it, find somebody to write it.
  256. Finding a good band is Iike finding a good wife. You got to keep trying till you find the right one.
  257. Finding a stylist is a little like finding a date; you have to find who is right for you.
  258. Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.
  259. ‘Finding Nemo’ has spawned so many sort of emotions over the years. I don’t even know that you could really understand exactly what parents and kids are seeing in it, but they can see a lot of different stuff.
  260. ‘Fine casual’ means taking the cultural priorities that fine dining, at its best, believes in.
  261. Fine manners need the support of fine manners in others.
  262. Finite to fail, but infinite to venture.
  263. Finland is no utopia.
  264. Fire is the origin of stone. By working the stone with heat, I am returning it to its source.
  265. Fire it up, light it up, smoke it up.
  266. Firemen have the coolest toys ever!
  267. Fires of suffering and strife are raging around the world.
  268. ‘Firewall’ seems both scary and protective at the same time. And how often does that happen within one word besides ‘military’ and ‘government?’
  269. First and foremost comes my family and my life with Brad. We have so much joy in raising our children and teaching them about the world that nothing really compares to that.
  270. First and foremost, I’m a real estate person. And that’s what I love the most.
  271. First and foremost, my involvement within the Olympic pursuit and Games were obviously surrounded by only putting the absolute best nutrients into my body.
  272. First and foremost, we need to be the adults we want our children to be. We should watch our own gossiping and anger. We should model the kindness we want to see.
  273. First and foremost when you’re doing comedy, you gotta be relevant and applicable to the times that you’re living in. When you try and just do comedy about who is dating who and lifestyle jokes, it gets tiring after a while. It’s hard to be funny in that realm.
  274. First ask yourself: What is the worst that can happen? Then prepare to accept it. Then proceed to improve on the worst.
  275. First Deserve, then desire.
  276. First, how do we give everyone a fair shot at opportunity and security in this new economy? Second, how do we make technology work for us, and not against us – especially when it comes to solving urgent challenges like climate change? Third, how do we keep America safe and lead the world without becoming its policeman?
  277. First, I’m trying to prove to myself that I’m a person. Then maybe I’ll convince myself that I’m an actress.
  278. First, kids should be involved in the production of their own food. They have to get their hands in the dirt, they have to grow things. They also have to become sensually stimulated, and the way to begin is with a bakery.
  279. First learn the meaning of what you say, and then speak.
  280. First love is only a little foolishness and a lot of curiosity.
  281. First of all, I didn’t suggest that we should simply get rid of all prisons.
  282. First of all I would make about 80% of the people law-abiding citizens again. The policy which is carried out now makes every entrepreneur and businessman a thief against his own will.
  283. First of all, it was in my contract. I knew I would be directing an episode.
  284. First of all, let me say, 1:15 in the morning, for 20,000 people to still be here, I wasn’t the winner, tennis was. That’s awesome. I don’t know if I’ve ever felt so good here before.
  285. First off, I have to mention what is undoubtedly the greatest phenomenon of the modern era: All You Can Eat Buffets.
  286. First off, no one award-wise ever rewards comedy, which is… whatever. I don’t care about that.
  287. First-person narrators is the way I know how to write a book with the greatest power and chance of artistic success.
  288. First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.
  289. First scenes are super-important to me. I’ll spend months and months pacing and climbing the walls trying to come up with the first scene. I drive for hours on the freeway.
  290. First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
  291. First thing I do in the morning, after I have my breakfast and do my spiritual work, is put on my makeup and fix my hair, and I can do my makeup in 15 minutes.
  292. First was the mouse. The second was the click wheel. And now, we’re going to bring multi-touch to the market. And each of these revolutionary interfaces has made possible a revolutionary product – the Mac, the iPod and now the iPhone.
  293. First would be the literary side, then the spiritual and philosophical. The political side is required principally because of the necessity of the current Russian position.
  294. First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you.
  295. Fish die belly upward, and rise to the surface. Its their way of falling.
  296. Fishes live in the sea, as men do a-land; the great ones eat up the little ones.
  297. Fit no stereotypes. Don’t chase the latest management fads. The situation dictates which approach best accomplishes the team’s mission.
  298. Fitness is not an option. It’s part of my job.
  299. Fitness needs to be perceived as fun and games or we subconsciously avoid it.
  300. Fitting a walk into a busy life can be challenging, so I suggest walking rather driving to work or to run errands as often as you can – in other words, think of walking as alternative transportation.
  301. Five billion people have played Hamlet. ‘To be or not to be.’ And how do you do that and find your way into your own journey, your own way of telling it?
  302. Five cats and a woman. That is all I need in life.
  303. Five letters here just for everybody out there in Packer-land: R-E-L-A-X, Relax. We’re going to be OK.
  304. Five or six songs leaked from the original version of ‘Encore.’ So I had to go in and make new songs to replace them.
  305. Five out of four people have problems with fractions.
  306. Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every opinion. Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.
  307. Fixing a broken immigration system. Protecting our kids from gun violence. Equal pay for equal work, paid leave, raising the minimum wage. All these things still matter to hardworking families; they are still the right thing to do; and I will not let up until they get done.
  308. Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.
  309. Flannel shirts, denim, Converse, a guitar, messy hair? That’s literally me.
  310. Flash content is known for being easily indexed by search engines.
  311. ‘Flash mobs’ are reported on extensively because they’re novel and can be used to stoke fears of young people and the Internet. The media, of course, have absolutely no clue what they’re reporting on.
  312. Flattery corrupts both the receiver and the giver.
  313. Flattery is all right so long as you don’t inhale.
  314. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
  315. Flooding damage is not customary for New York, especially downstate.
  316. Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world.
  317. Flowers make me irrationally happy.
  318. Flying cars are not a very efficient way to move things from one point to another.
  319. Flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.
  320. Flying might not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price.
  321. Focus 90% of your time on solutions and only 10% of your time on problems.
  322. Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a certain poverty of ambition. It asks too little of yourself. Because it’s only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you realize your true potential.
  323. Foe means enemy. Now, will we have differences of opinion with the Russians? Yes. Will they get mad at us from time to time, and we get mad at them? That’s part of the normal diplomatic relations.
  324. Folk music is a bunch of fat people.
  325. Folk music is music that everyday people can play, and it inspired a lot of people to make their own music. That trailed into making your own pop music, and that’s why garage bands started springing up everywhere.
  326. Follow that will and that way which experience confirms to be your own.
  327. Follow the way of life, which the Holy Prophet has shown you, for verily that is the right path.
  328. Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.
  329. Follow your inner moonlight; don’t hide the madness.
  330. Follow your own star!
  331. Follow your passion. Be yourself, but check yourself before you wreck yourself.
  332. Following Michael Brown’s death, I went to Ferguson and met with his parents. I stood with them as they tried to hold their heads high and deal with both their immense loss and the larger issues of police-community relations.
  333. Following the light of the sun, we left the Old World.
  334. Following the missile crisis, detente started to gain ground between the United States and the Soviet Union, so the international political climate improved after that.
  335. Following your heart and working really, really hard is the best thing you can do, and just try not to be too hard on yourself.
  336. Fondly we think we honor merit then, When we but praise ourselves in other men.
  337. Fonts used for email campaigns should always be web-friendly
  338. Food can be very transformational, and it can be more than just about a dish. That’s what happened to me when I first went to France. I fell in love. And if you fall in love, well, then everything is easy.
  339. Food culture is like listening to the Beatles – it’s international, it’s very positive, it’s inventive and creative.
  340. Food is everything we are. It’s an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It’s inseparable from those from the get-go.
  341. Food is one part of the experience. And it has to be somewhere between 50 to 60 percent of the dining experience. But the rest counts as well: The mood, the atmosphere, the music, the feeling, the design, the harmony between what you have on the plate and what surrounds the plate.
  342. Food isn’t like anything else. It’s something precious. It’s not a commodity.
  343. Food really is fuel – and hydration as well – but for athletic activity, you really got to take it seriously, or else it can negatively impact your performance.
  344. Food should be cheap, and labor should be cheap, and everything should be the same no matter where you go; whether it’s a McDonald’s in Germany or one in California, it should be the same. And this message is destroying cultures around the world. Needless to say, agriculture goes with it.
  345. Food simply isn’t important to me.
  346. Food Stamp recipients didn’t cause the financial crisis; recklessness on Wall Street did.
  347. ‘Foolishq’ from ‘Ki & Ka’ gave me a chance to work with renowned composer Ilaiyaraaja and Shreya Ghoshal.
  348. Fools act on imagination without knowledge, pedants act on knowledge without imagination.
  349. Fools admire, but men of sense approve.
  350. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
  351. Fools seldom differ.
  352. Foot work, hand-eye coordination. There’s a lot of things. If you just watch basketball, you can tell where it would help someone who’s receiving the ball.
  353. Football changed my life and it gave me a platform to get out my aggression and it gave me a sense of value.
  354. Football is an art, like dancing is an art – but only when it’s well done does it become an art.
  355. Football management is such a pressurised thing – horseracing is a release. I’m also learning to play the piano – I’m quite determined – it’s another release from the pressure of my job.
  356. For 10 or 11 years, I had my kids, I wrote four or five books, and I was working all the damn time.
  357. For 20 years, Simon & Schuster asked me, ‘Why don’t you write your autobiography?’
  358. For 2,500 years, India has never invaded anybody.
  359. For 35 years, I was a writer. I wrote a lot of jokes. Some of them weren’t funny. Some of them weren’t appropriate. Some of them were downright offensive. I understand that.
  360. For 73 years a totalitarian regime ruled the country. Totalitarian regime.
  361. For a competitive junkie like me, golf is a great solution because it smacks you in the face every time you think you have accomplished something. That to me has taken over a lot of the energy and competitiveness for basketball.
  362. For a country to have a great writer is like having a second government. That is why no regime has ever loved great writers, only minor ones.
  363. For a date night with my girlfriend, we go to Zuma for Japanese.
  364. For a developing country, average long-run growth of 5 percent a year per capita is excellent, and 7 percent is stellar.
  365. For a dinner date, I eat light all day to save room, then I go all in: I choose this meal and this order, and I choose you, the person across from me, to share it with. There’s a beautiful intimacy in a meal like that.
  366. For a few years, more people have been leaving our country than entering it. Wherever it is possible, we must lower the entry hurdles for those who bring the country forward.
  367. For a film to be made is a small miracle. And sometimes it’s a large one.
  368. For a filmmaker, it’s a rare chance to do a personal film on a big canvas.
  369. For a free country to continue thriving, there have to be regular reforms, because any society, any economy that stays in place, you’re going to see repeated attempts to exploit the openings for twisting policy to the advantage of those who already have wealth and power.
  370. For a highly motivated learner, it’s not like knowledge is secret and somehow the Internet made it not secret. It just made knowledge easy to find. If you’re a motivated enough learner, books are pretty good.
  371. For a little while, my mom was a school teacher. And I went to the school that she taught.
  372. For a long time, I felt instinctively irritated – sometimes repelled – by scientific friends’ automatic use of the word ‘mechanism’ for automatic bodily processes. A machine was man-made; it was not a sentient being; a man was not a machine.
  373. For a long time, I had the idea that I would do a certain amount of work the best I could, and then I would reach a comfort zone, and I wouldn’t be pushed to write more. I would become a different person. It’s a surprise to me that this hasn’t happened. Your body ages, but your mind is the same.
  374. For a long time, I thought I was ugly and disfigured. This made me shy and timid, and I often reacted to insults that were not intended.
  375. For a long time I was looking for my perfect equilibrium, my mojo. And now I think I’m getting there: I’ve found my customer, my silhouette, my cut.
  376. For a long time I was scared I’d find out I was like my mother.
  377. For a long time, I was very resistant to the idea of online publication or even e-books or something like that.
  378. For a long time now I have tried simply to write the best I can. Sometimes I have good luck and write better than I can.
  379. For a lot of the time I was in Berkeley, I was single. I was living in a kind of collegiate apartment by myself – it was like a protracted summer vacation. So at least in hindsight, I have gloomy emotions attached to Berkeley, whereas I started coming to New York because I was dating someone, and it was very exciting and romantic.
  380. For a married woman to flirt is a sin.
  381. For a moment, nothing happened. Then, after a second or so, nothing continued to happen.
  382. For a murderous blow let murderous blow atone.
  383. For a people who are free, and who mean to remain so, a well-organized and armed militia is their best security.
  384. For a person who grew up in the ’30s and ’40s in the segregated South, with so many doors closed without explanation to me, libraries and books said, ‘Here I am, read me.’ Over time I have learned I am at my best around books.
  385. For a Shopping campaign, you can use AdWords to:
  386. For a spy novelist like me, the Edward J. Snowden story has everything. A man driven by ego and idealism – can anyone ever distinguish the two? – leaves his job and his beautiful girlfriend behind. He must tell the world the Panopticon has arrived. His masters vow to punish him, and he heads for Moscow in a desperate search for refuge.
  387. For a true writer, each book should be a new beginning where he tries again for something that is beyond attainment. He should always try for something that has never been done or that others have tried and failed. Then sometimes, with great luck, he will succeed.
  388. For a war to be just three conditions are necessary – public authority, just cause, right motive.
  389. For a while, the world for me was like a set of monkey bars. I swung from one place to the next, sometimes backward, sometimes forward, capitalizing on my own momentum, knowing that at some point my arms… would give out, and I’d fall to the ground.
  390. For a young person, it is almost a sin, or at least a danger, to be too preoccupied with himself; but for the ageing person, it is a duty and a necessity to devote serious attention to himself.
  391. For advertisers bidding on a maximum CPC basis, Quality Score on the Display Network is evaluated on the:
  392. For Africa to me… is more than a glamorous fact. It is a historical truth. No man can know where he is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his present place.
  393. For Africa to move forward, you’ve really got to get rid of malaria.
  394. For all the supporters of Tesla over the years, and it’s been several years now and there have been some very tough times, I’d just like to say thank you very much. I deeply appreciate the support, particularly through the darkest times.
  395. For all the tough talk about China during the presidential debates, Romney and Obama evaded any mention of China’s suspect human rights record, corruption, and rule of law. By not tackling these controversial topics, the candidates are protecting a strategic partnership with China at the expense of essential human values and beliefs.
  396. For all who love freedom and peace, the world without Saddam Hussein’s regime is a better and safer place.
  397. For an actor to create a different look for every film is not easy.
  398. For an ad entering an auction on the Display Network, the AdWords system will calculate the effective cost–per–thousand impressions (eCPM) when there are:
  399. For an advertiser focused on branding, what are the key success metrics?
  400. For an author to write as he speaks is just as reprehensible as the opposite fault, to speak as he writes; for this gives a pedantic effect to what he says, and at the same time makes him hardly intelligible.
  401. For an individual, playback singing is not enough to sustain a career, and it is not really a main source of income.
  402. For any athlete growing up, the Olympics is the one thing you watch with your family, and it’s the one thing you dream about. Seeing your country’s flag go up as you get a gold medal is the best thing you can achieve.
  403. For art to exist, for any sort of aesthetic activity to exist, a certain physiological precondition is indispensable: intoxication.
  404. For as long as anyone can remember, reliable, cheap electricity has been taken for granted in the United States.
  405. For as the eyes of bats are to the blaze of day, so is the reason in our soul to the things which are by nature most evident of all.
  406. For awhile after you quit Keats all other poetry seems to be only whistling or humming.
  407. For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.
  408. For better or ill, I was very heavily influenced by men I knew who always dressed formally.
  409. For better or worse, we live in possible worlds as much as actual ones. We are cursed by that characteristically human guilt and regret about what might have been in the past. But that may be the cost for our ability to hope and plan for what might be in the future.
  410. For better or worse, when Sen. Inhofe speaks, the Republican Party follows. And when the Republican Party follows, it is impossible to get real work done in the Congress.
  411. For books are more than books, they are the life, the very heart and core of ages past, the reason why men worked and died, the essence and quintessence of their lives.
  412. For books I want to keep reading, it’s definitely the voice. It must be a voice I’ve never heard before, and it must have its own particular intelligence. By ‘voice,’ I don’t mean vernacular. It has to have its own particular history and world that it inhabits.
  413. For ‘Breaking Bad,’ people were with Walter White for 99% of that show, even though that guy is a monster.
  414. For carbon-neutral cities, there are things worth talking about in how our consumption patterns can change – sharing goods, etc. – but those are a fraction of the impacts of transportation and building energy use. If we need to choose priority actions, the most important things are to densify, provide transit, and green the buildings.
  415. For cardio, I do SoulCycle. I really don’t like to run, plus I have terrible knees and get bored on the elliptical. SoulCycle is basically a dance party on a bicycle, and you burn calories, and it’s so fun.
  416. For centuries the death penalty, often accompanied by barbarous refinements, has been trying to hold crime in check; yet crime persists. Why? Because the instincts that are warring in man are not, as the law claims, constant forces in a state of equilibrium.
  417. For centuries the leaders of Christian thought spoke of women as a necessary evil, and the greatest saints of the Church are those who despise women the most.
  418. For chat-room tyros who expect to make their first million day-trading by age 27, paging through the Sunday newspaper with a pair of scissors just to save a couple of cents on Cheetos seems so, well, old economy.
  419. For children preserve the fame of a man after his death.
  420. For Christians, who believe they are created in the image of God, it is the Godhead, diversity in unity and the three-in-oneness of God, which we and all creation reflect.
  421. For CNBC, and for Wall Street, billion-dollar fines for violations of the law are just part of the price of doing business, along with litigation costs and ‘compliance.’
  422. For college seniors there should be a week of being allowed to cry. Just break down and cry because you are scared and don’t know what’s next.
  423. For decades, Wall Street has charged companies a standard fee of 7 percent to sell their shares to the public.
  424. For development, peace is essential.
  425. For different roles, my condition and training and diet does alter. Depending on the role, it will really dictate the type of training I do.
  426. For diplomacy to be effective, words must be credible – and no one can now doubt the word of America.
  427. For each font on your website you should:
  428. For every $1 billion we invest in public transportation, we create 30,000 jobs, save thousands of dollars a year for each commuter, and dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions.
  429. For every action there is an equal and opposite government program.
  430. For every benefit you receive a tax is levied.
  431. For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind.
  432. For every negative in life, there is a greater positive.
  433. For every person that says, ‘I love your work, and my daughter thinks you’re great, and we watch all your movies,’ and is very kind, there are 10 more that are like, ‘Who are you? What’s your name? Are you on ‘House of Cards’?’
  434. For everybody, the tide comes in, the tide goes out – if you’re an actor, particularly.
  435. For everything you have missed, you have gained something else, and for everything you gain, you lose something else.
  436. For example, Americans seem reluctant to take on Shakespeare because you don’t think you’re very good at it – which is rubbish. You’re missing out here.
  437. For far too long we’ve allowed the other side to paint us as racist, as sexist, inhumane war mongers – well, today as a conservative black Republican and former solider, I’m here to set that record straight.
  438. For female directors, there’s a whole other set of things we have to think about, particularly when we are casting men, because there are some actors who have never been directed by a woman. Crew members, too.
  439. For film and games, there is now a fantastic method of actors portraying characters which don’t necessarily look like themselves. And yet you’ve still got the heart and soul of the performance.
  440. For Forms of Government let fools contest; whatever is best administered is best.
  441. For four to six months at a time, I would barely eat. I lived on a diet of Melba toast, carrots, and black coffee.
  442. For free-speech principles to be reinforced and free-market ideas to win the day, more people are going to have to stand up and be heard.
  443. For good or for ill, air mastery is today the supreme expression of military power and fleets and armies, however vital and important, must accept a subordinate rank.
  444. For goodness sake, will they hear, will white people hear what we are trying to say? Please, all we are asking you to do is to recognize that we are humans, too.
  445. For happiness one needs security, but joy can spring like a flower even from the cliffs of despair.
  446. For having lived long, I have experienced many instances of being obliged, by better information or fuller consideration, to change opinions, even on important subjects, which I once thought right but found to be otherwise.
  447. For ‘Hercules,’ I went for the demigod look: big and mean. When you’re playing a character like the son of Zeus, you only get one shot.
  448. For him that stealeth, or borroweth and returneth not, this book from its owner, let it change into a serpent in his hand and rend him. Let him be struck with palsy, and all his members blasted. Let him languish in pain, crying aloud for mercy, and let there be no surcease to this agony till he sing in dissolution. Let bookworms gnaw his entrails…and when at last he goeth to his final punishment, let the flames of Hell consume him forever.
  449. For hostile word let hostile word be paid.
  450. For I can raise no money by vile means.
  451. For if there is a sin against life, it consists perhaps not so much in despairing of life as in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life.
  452. For in my tradition, as a Jew, I believe that whatever we receive we must share.
  453. For in the end, freedom is a personal and lonely battle; and one faces down fears of today so that those of tomorrow might be engaged.
  454. For in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s futures. And we are all mortal.
  455. For instance, one big issue in hip hop is the gay thing. It’s 2013, and it’s a shame that, to this day, that topic still gets people all excited. It’s crazy. And it makes me upset that this topic even matters when it comes to hip hop, because it makes it seem like everybody in hip hop is small-minded or stupid – and that’s not the case.
  456. For investors who do want to speculate in high-yield bonds, one alternative may be a junk bond mutual fund, which can offer investors the relative safety of diversification.
  457. For it is in giving that we receive.
  458. For John le Carre, it was always who’s betraying who: the hall-of-mirrors kind of thing. When you go back to the ’30s, it’s a case of good vs. evil, and no kidding. When I have a hero who believes France and Britain are on the right side, a reader is not going to question that.
  459. For kids like me, being called childish can be a frequent occurrence. Every time we make irrational demands, exhibit irresponsible behavior, or display any other signs of being normal American citizens, we are called childish.
  460. For know that no one is free, except Zeus.
  461. For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one.
  462. For many courtesans, it was over by age 22.
  463. For many families, gift-giving is a major source of stress – the relentless commercialism, the whining demands, the financial pressure.
  464. For many, graduation marks the end of formal student life – the end of long spring breaks and of thinking that a 10 A.M. class is far too early.
  465. For many in the modern world, carving out time for both traditional seated meditation and exercise has become close to impossible.
  466. For many people, the family is portrayed as the settled place of reasonable safety, but as anyone who has read ‘The God of Small Things’ would know, for me it was a dangerous place. I felt humiliated in that space. I wanted to get away as soon as I could.
  467. For many people who are so lost in their minds, so much involved in their thought processes, the only moments they have when they are not trapped in that is when they are relating to their animal, their pet.
  468. For many, the American dream has become a nightmare.
  469. For many years I wanted to do a film, but I never had the courage to clear my desk and say, ‘OK I’ll take a year off and do a film.’
  470. For many years, I’ve wanted to do one, and I’ve always mentioned it to the chieftains, and they would say things like, ‘Oh well. Christmas albums don’t sell,’ and things like that. But that’s not the point. Christmas albums are important. The music is important. The season is important.
  471. For me, a bad day is when I have nothing going on.
  472. For me, a life without expectation results in a life with inspiration.
  473. For me, age doesn’t matter. You’ve got to go with your heart.
  474. For me, ‘Amy’ is a very dark film about love.
  475. For me, Anthony Powell is a religion. I read ‘A Dance to the Music of Time’ every few years.
  476. For me as a person, friendships are incredibly important to me, but in writing, they can distract me.
  477. For me, as an actor, it is brilliant that I can do both song-dance films and also something like ‘NH10.’ It is versatility which every actor aspires.
  478. For me, as an actress, you are playing a character, and to play that character, you have to get into that mindset.
  479. For me, baseball is the most nourishing game outside of literature. They both are re-tellings of human experience.
  480. For me, becoming a man had a lot to do with learning communication, and I learned about that by acting.
  481. For me, by far, the Olympics is the biggest sporting event in the world.
  482. For me, changing my physical appearance for a character is never a problem. If I have to look a certain way for a role, I just do it.
  483. For me, doing a show, the excitement of singing live, and the possibility that you’re not gonna be perfect – that’s the thrill of it.
  484. For me ‘Dune’ was a dream – a big dream!
  485. For me, even in my first book, the pleasures of writing anything magical is that it has to be physical. It has to be grounded and very much in this world. Then, I get to play with all the consequences of this new thing.
  486. For me, every hour is grace. And I feel gratitude in my heart each time I can meet someone and look at his or her smile.
  487. For me, every hour is grace.
  488. For me every ruler is alien that defies public opinion.
  489. For me, going to markets is the best way to understand the soul of a place.
  490. For me, graffiti writers were always the fascinating eccentrics of hip-hop culture. What they do is secretive by definition, and not remunerative in any way.
  491. For me, growing up in Harlem and then migrating down to SoHo and the Lower East Side and chillin’ down there and making that my stomping ground… That was a big thing, because I’m from Harlem, and downtown is more artsy and also more open-minded. So I got the best of both worlds.
  492. For me, heaven would be a lack of alienation. The whole time I was growing up, I felt comfort was inherently evil. I think that, for me, heaven isn’t about couches and milk shakes and never having a troubling thought again.
  493. For me, I am left leaning when it comes to health and education, on the right when it comes to defense. So I don’t know where I come on the political spectrum. And I think this the challenge that a lot of Jordanians have to deal with.
  494. For me, I find that even though I’ve accomplished a few things in my life, looking back on accomplishments doesn’t give me a sense of satisfaction.
  495. For me, I have gay family members, and I have a lot of friends in the LBGT community.
  496. For me, I just began, eventually, to embrace what I had. This is what I have to deal with and, not just deal with, but this is what I have to share, and how can I do that the best way.
  497. For me, I just like to cut out bread. I like to keep the good carbs in my diet – I love pasta and Italian food – but I try to eat just that on the weekends and cut out carbs during the week.
  498. For me, I never ever felt the ownership or any identity with any community of disabilities. I didn’t grow up being told that I was a disabled child.
  499. For me, I used to be shy towards journalism because it wasn’t poetry. And then I realized that the events that I covered in essays that became journalism were actually great because they inspired me, and they became my muse.
  500. For me, I want 10 perfect events.
  501. For me, it always goes back to what my mother taught me and my sisters. That all women are beautiful, and we should embrace each other.
  502. For me it came from the material. It was so well written and brought the opportunity to work with great actors. And of course the opportunity to ‘mince about’ was an added element that I wanted to take advantage of!
  503. For me, it is always important that I go through all the possible options for a decision.
  504. For me, it is especially important to maintain my interior life. My spirituality, my connectedness. That is the way I think. That is the way I deal with life and tough moments. I keep in touch with something bigger than me. And I connect with people who have an interior life – a connection with something bigger than them.
  505. For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.
  506. For me, it is OK as long as I can breathe, as long as my heart is pumping, as long as I can express myself.
  507. For me, it was kind of like going into the military or something. And anybody – any male – who has ever worked in a French kitchen knows what I am talking about when I say that.
  508. For me it’s about the music, and it always has been. Maybe for some other people it’s more about money.
  509. For me, it’s about the way I carry myself and the way I treat other people. My relationship and how I feel about God and what He does for me, is something deeply personal. It’s where I came from, my family, I was brought up in a religious household and that’s very important to me.
  510. For me, it’s about trying to be the best in a sport where there’s little room for error.
  511. For me, it’s always been about preparation, and the more prepared I can be each week, the less pressure I feel and the more confident I am. As your confidence grows, it’s only natural that the pressure you feel diminishes.
  512. For me, it’s not about breaking big in Hollywood, but having interesting experiences.
  513. For me, it’s not like I am going to look at the money the director’s film has made before their film… For me, it is about working with the director whose work I have admired.
  514. For me, it’s sad to say, but I would probably have a spiritual marriage but not a legal marriage, because I think so much about marriage starts to become about finances. It has nothing to do with God or feelings or the romantic side of marriage. It’s about who owns what, who gets what? So what’s the point?
  515. For me, I’ve never drawn a distinction between live-action acting and performance-capture acting. It is purely a technology.
  516. For me, Jersey represents going through what you can go through and still surviving. That’s the cool thing about people from the Tri-State area. We’re fighters. We’re survivors, and we’re edgier than anyone else on Earth.
  517. For me, Jesus is my cleft in the rock. He is my safest friend, my safe totally loving accepting big brother.
  518. For me, Lancome was more than just a brand. There was something very nostalgic about the name, about the whole story.
  519. For me life is continuously being hungry. The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer.
  520. For me, most of the anxiety and difficulty of writing takes place in the act of not writing. It’s the procrastination, the thinking about writing that’s difficult.
  521. For me, motivation is a person who has the capability to recruit the resources he needs to achieve a goal.
  522. For me N.M.E. was a very big thing. When I first came to the United Kingdom I started taking pictures for them and I became their main photographer for five years, and that’s really been the basis of everything I’ve been doing since.
  523. For me, now, working and children is it. There’s nothing more to life.
  524. For me, often, there’s such a cloud of melancholia about knowing I’m going to have to leave my daughter on her own. I don’t know what age that is going to be, thank God. It just doubles me up in grief.
  525. For me, one of the important things about keeping vocally healthy is warming up and making sure I’m aware where my voice is at, drinking lots of water and getting plenty of sleep, and just taking care of myself with exercise and eating healthy.
  526. For me, peace should provide security to the Jewish people.
  527. For me, performing is the biggest part of being a rapper. There’s nothing like the feeling of screaming your story to people.
  528. For me, personally, marriage is a man and a woman living together.
  529. For me, pointing and clicking my phone is absolutely fine. People say that isn’t the art of photography but I don’t agree.
  530. For me, power was never an attraction.
  531. For me, ‘revolution’ simply means radical change.
  532. For me, riding a two-wheeler bike was very risky. Counting the pedal strokes before turning a corner and learning to hear the sounds coming from buildings, grass and the climbing frame made all the difference to basic survival and ensured that I didn’t end up head-first in the sandpit.
  533. For me, surrealism is in my blood; it’s not an effort.
  534. For me, the ’60s in the automotive industry was awesome. The cars are heavy, huge, rolling works of art.
  535. For me, the backdrop of half the experiences of life includes music.
  536. For me, the cinema is not a slice of life, but a piece of cake.
  537. For me, the most enjoyable type of singing is opera. It allows you to move, to wear a costume… to do something with your body. When singing in concert, you have to stand up in front of the audience, next to the conductor, which is less natural.
  538. For me, the most entertaining evening would be to go sit with entrepreneurs and talk with them about how they’re building their companies and how we can help to make them better. That’s the one thing in the world – well, I love doing that.
  539. For me, the most important thing that I have to accomplish is to be a good father. That’s the most difficult challenge of my life. That’s the most important thing for me, more than films.
  540. For me, the most luxurious place is somewhere that allows you to feel emotions and pleasures.
  541. For me, the opposite of scarcity is not abundance. It’s enough. I’m enough. My kids are enough.
  542. For me, the original play becomes an historical document: This is where I was when I wrote it, and I have to move on now to something else.
  543. For me, the peculiar qualities of faith are a logical outcome of this level of biological organization.
  544. For me, the showbiz memoir is uninteresting – you want to tell people something they don’t know about.
  545. For me, the sketching of dresses was about fantasy and dreams. In my little room at home, I felt that I was somewhere else. In Paris, for instance.
  546. For me, the stronger ground I have in my personal life, then the more will I have to fight the good fight.
  547. For me, the world that I inhabit in reality is probably a very different world than the one people expect that I would be in.
  548. For me, there are two types of people: the young and the experienced.
  549. For me, there is no day or night for music. I often work through the night – without phone calls disturbing me.
  550. For me, there is no such thing as a negative experience.
  551. For me, there is very little difference between magic and art. To me, the ultimate act of magic is to create something from nothing: It’s like when the stage magician pulls the rabbit from the hat.
  552. For me they are no different, reality and dreams.
  553. For me, time is the greatest mystery of all. The fact is that we’re dreaming all the time. That’s what really gets me. We have a fathomless lake of unconsciousness just beneath our skulls.
  554. For me to have a cheeky little biscuit, it’s not going to hurt. But I need to control those indulgences. I can’t just be scoffing cakes and biscuits five nights a week.
  555. For me to talk with Obama and the conversation I had with him, I was letting him know that me and my fans have a special connection, and it’s love, and I believe that love is the answer.
  556. For me, training is my meditation, my yoga, hiking, biking all rolled into one. Wake up early in the morning, generally around 4 o’clock, and I’ll do my cardio on an empty stomach. Stretch, have a big breakfast, and then I’ll go train.
  557. For me writing biographies is impossible, unless they are brief and concise, and these are, I feel, the most eloquent.
  558. For me, writing has always come out of living a fairly to-the-bone kind of life, just really being present to a lot of life. The writing has been really a byproduct of that.
  559. For me, writing something down was the only road out.
  560. For me, you have to have some kind of modesty.
  561. For modes of faith let graceless zealots fight, His can’t be wrong whose life is in the right.
  562. For more than four decades, the Libyan people have been ruled by a tyrant – Moammar Gaddafi. He has denied his people freedom, exploited their wealth, murdered opponents at home and abroad, and terrorized innocent people around the world – including Americans who were killed by Libyan agents.
  563. For more than two decades, Barry Diller has been among the most respected – and feared – figures in the entertainment industry.
  564. For most of my life I let women do the driving and was happy to let them.
  565. For most of the millions of people who watch TED videos at the office, it’s a middlebrow diversion and a source of factoids to use on your friends. Except TED thinks it’s changing the world, like if ‘This American Life’ suddenly mistook itself for Doctors Without Borders.
  566. For most of the world, civil and political rights… come as luxuries that are far away in the future.
  567. For most of us, wisdom is acquired in the thicket of experience and usually meets us somewhere along the way if we live long enough. But sooner is better than later.
  568. For most people, the question why be good – as distinguished from merely law abiding – is a simple one. Because God commands it, because the Bible requires it, because good people go to Heaven and bad people go to Hell.
  569. For most people, using the Internet broadens their sense of who ‘we’ is and actually ends up leaving us in a place of greater compassion and understanding. It leaves us more connected to a larger group of people and more at one with a lot more people in our community.
  570. For much of America, the all-American values depicted in Norman Rockwell’s classic illustrations are idealistic. For those of us from Vermont, they’re realistic. That’s what we do.
  571. For much of the year, you’re just trying to maintain your fitness. It’s not often you get a lot of time to really concentrate on improving it.
  572. For my art GCSE, I did a screen print of the Queen’s head that was basically an Andy Warhol rip-off, but I didn’t realise.
  573. For my first acting gig, I was a hand model for a Barbie commercial that was only going to air in Asia. And I was constantly trying to get my face in the shot.
  574. For my first Bollywood movie, ‘Ekk Deewana Tha,’ my mum also came over because Mumbai was completely new to me, and I’d heard it’s a huge city.
  575. For my money, I don’t think there’s been a better comedy than ‘Kung Fu Hustle’ in a lot of years. That movie just knocked me over.
  576. For my money, Tony Bennett is the best singer in the business. He excites me when I watch him. He moves me. He’s the singer who gets across what the composer has in mind, and probably a little more.
  577. For my name and memory I leave to men’s charitable speeches, and to foreign nations and the next ages.
  578. For my own family, I would always choose the makeshift, surrogate family formed by various characters unrelated by blood.
  579. For my own part, I wish the bald eagle had not been chosen the representative of our country. He is a bird of bad moral character. He does not get his living honestly.
  580. For my own part, I would rather excel in knowledge of the highest secrets of philosophy than in arms.
  581. For my parents’ generation, the idea was not that marriage was about some kind of idealized, romantic love; it was a partnership. It’s about creating family; it’s about creating offspring. Indian culture is essentially much more of a ‘we’ culture. It’s a communal culture where you do what’s best for the community – you procreate.
  582. For my part, I consider that it will be found much better by all parties to leave the past to history, especially as I propose to write that history myself.
  583. For my part, I desire to see the time when education – and by its means, morality, sobriety, enterprise and industry – shall become much more general than at present, and should be gratified to have it in my power to contribute something to the advancement of any measure which might have a tendency to accelerate the happy period.
  584. For my part, it was Greek to me.
  585. For my senior prom, my father finally said I could go – as long as I was home by 9 P.M.! That was around the time that most people were heading out. When I was little I was so mad at them all the time. ‘Why can’t I do this?’ ‘Why are there so many rules?’ But looking back now, my parents gave me the foundation to have so many choices in life.
  586. For NASA, space is still a high priority.
  587. For one swallow does not make a summer, nor does one day; and so too one day, or a short time, does not make a man blessed and happy.
  588. For people who know McQueen, there is always an underlying message. It’s usually only the intellectual ones who understand what’s going on in what I do.
  589. For people who want to be proactive about their health, there is a lot of information that we can provide. If you are going to have children, I think you have a responsibility to know if you are carrying anything. A lot of people tend to do the testing once they are pregnant.
  590. For people worried about the Great Recession and the uncertainty of what is coming next, the characters of ‘Mad Men’ are good company.
  591. For reasons I can’t remember, my family eventually stopped attending church, and I started questioning the Catholic Church’s beliefs. I dabbled a little, but nothing stuck.
  592. For revolutionary Cubans, to cooperate with other poor and exploited peoples has always been a political principle and a duty towards humanity.
  593. For several years before I began ‘The Folded World,’ I worked at an urban college campus and had a job in a tutoring center, and people would come into the tutoring center, and for some reason, they just kept telling me their life stories.
  594. For six years, from 1985 to 1991, I felt pretty weak and useless.
  595. For sleep, one needs endless depths of blackness to sink into; daylight is too shallow, it will not cover one.
  596. For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.
  597. For some, I will always be ‘Ivet the Terrible.’
  598. For some of us, watching a miniseries that lasts longer than most marriages is not easy.
  599. For some reason, I find jogging incredibly boring, but yoga is the only thing I’ve been able to consistently do over the years. I think it’s because it also is sort of a mental exercise and calms you and refocuses you. So I find that that’s great, and sometimes someone will drag me to a spin class or on a hike.
  600. For some reason, I have better luck when I work with women. I guess I have a good sense of sisterhood.
  601. For some reason, I’m constantly attacked on social media in terms of how I dress. I’ve never understood that. That’s been very hard.
  602. For some reason, people with comedy, any time they can detect a pattern, it kind of freaks them out. ‘Those guys are always together!’ Yeah, they’re a comedy team. Anything they can recognize as a pattern they think is a hole.
  603. For some reason, we can’t just enjoy somebody else’s success. Somehow, that’s going to affect us. If they have more, then I have less – and I don’t know why.
  604. For some reason when I write in cursive, it’s easier and flows better for me to read that when I print.
  605. For somebody who comes from Europe, I can only say if we give up this principle of territorial integrity of countries, then we will not be able to maintain the peaceful order of Europe that we’ve been able to achieve.
  606. For somehow this disease inheres in tyranny, never to trust one’s friends.
  607. For someone like me, music is all I’ve ever thought about – playing big shows, and then, when you take something that is based around your music and put it in a completely different medium, it’s a really interesting and cool emotion to watch.
  608. For someone to say that marriage is only about procreation is a joke. I didn’t marry my husband to have children. I married my husband because I love my husband.
  609. For someone who wants to run a Display Network campaign, which tool is best suited for providing targeting ideas and estimates?
  610. For something that’s supposed to be secret, there is a lot of intelligence history. Every time I read one book, two more are published.
  611. For starters, this country embodies something utterly unique: History’s first democratic empire. Beginning in the post war era, we have used free trade and democracy to create a series of interlocking relationships that end war.
  612. For strange effects and extraordinary combinations we must go to life itself, which is always far more daring than any effort of the imagination.
  613. For success of any mission, it is necessary to have creative leadership. Creative leadership is vital for government, non-governmental organisations as well as for industries.
  614. For sure, Potrero Chico is a super nice winter vacation climbing area. It’s really convenient to fly into Monterrey, one of the nicer cities in Mex, and get a taxi to Potero. Then you can just live in the camping area and walk everywhere. It’s muy tranquilo, as they say there.
  615. For technology companies, information about what people do online is extremely valuable – it can be used to sell targeted advertising or sold to data clearinghouses.
  616. For that again, is what all manner of religion essentially is: childish dependency.
  617. For the actors, the talent is to serve the demands that I ask of them, to do it with naturality and truth, and to be honest when we were terrified.
  618. For the Bharatiya Janata Party, Gandhian socialism is what we want to achieve and make society free of exploitation and full of opportunities.
  619. For the cable news guest, nothing happens for a while until suddenly everything happens very quickly. After you receive your television face, you stand around for a while, ignored, until you’re sat down at a desk and asked to argue with strangers.
  620. For the common man can do nothing: The fact he undertakes the task makes him uncommon.
  621. For the execution of the voyage to the Indies, I did not make use of intelligence, mathematics or maps.
  622. For the first time in my life I’m really happy to be unattached because I realise there is so much responsibility to having a partner.
  623. For the first time, we have the genetic sequences of all three of the players in the global malaria debacle: the parasite, the anopheles mosquito and the human. It’s a very important milestone.
  624. For the impious act begets more after it, like to the parent stock.
  625. For the majority of the time, I may as well have been just a really tan white kid. You know, I may as well have just been, like, a fat kid.
  626. For the most part, congressional Republicans represent people who are whiter, older and richer than most Americans, and our creaky old political system gives those Americans disproportionate influence over public policy.
  627. For the most part, I don’t like people who soapbox.
  628. For the outside world, it may seem easy to enter into the industry if you belong to a film family, but, trust me, it’s even harder, as you have to not only prove your talent but also carve your own niche and identity.
  629. For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been ‘No’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.
  630. For the people who ostensibly wish me well or are worried about my immortal soul, I say I take it kindly.
  631. For the poison of hatred seated near the heart doubles the burden for the one who suffers the disease; he is burdened with his own sorrow, and groans on seeing another’s happiness.
  632. For the record, I am not Stevie Wonder’s wife, and no, I am not his child.
  633. For the record, I’m a clinical workaholic.
  634. For the sake of keeping users engaged over time, it is vital that a blog feature a ________ in addition to content.
  635. For the wise man looks into space and he knows there is no limited dimensions.
  636. For the woman, the man is a means: the end is always the child.
  637. For there is no defense for a man who, in the excess of his wealth, has kicked the great altar of Justice out of sight.
  638. For this is the mark of a wise and upright man, not to rail against the gods in misfortune.
  639. For this purpose I determined to keep an account of the voyage, and to write down punctually every thing we performed or saw from day to day, as will hereafter appear.
  640. For those of us imprisoned in Poland, the Prague Spring was a harbinger of hope.
  641. For those of you who do not know Him, choosing your eternal home is the most important decision you will ever make.
  642. For those who share my view that the Jews as a people have a right to self-determination, Zionism as a national movement of the Jewish people is the embodiment of this very right, which its opponents want to deny.
  643. For though we love both the truth and our friends, piety requires us to honor the truth first.
  644. For though we often need to be restored to the small, concrete, limited, and certain, we as often need to be reminded of the large, vague, unlimited, unknown.
  645. For thousands of years, human beings have been obsessed with beauty, truth, love, honor, altruism, courage, social relationships, art, and God. They all go together as subjective experiences, and it’s a straw man to set God up as the delusion. If he is, then so is truth itself or beauty itself.
  646. For time and the world do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future.
  647. For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.
  648. For too long, unfunded federal mandates have drained the budgets of states and communities. The strength and vitality of our communities must be restored.
  649. For true love is inexhaustible; the more you give, the more you have. And if you go to draw at the true fountainhead, the more water you draw, the more abundant is its flow.
  650. For unflagging interest and enjoyment, a household of children, if things go reasonably well, certainly all other forms of success and achievement lose their importance by comparison.
  651. For us, all we care about is maintaining what we do as a band.
  652. For us in Russia communism is a dead dog. For many people in the West, it is still a living lion.
  653. For us in Russia, communism is a dead dog, while, for many people in the West, it is still a living lion.
  654. For us, we are interested in doing what’s cool for us and what’s cool for the audience. That’s it.
  655. For value investors, General Motors is a tempting target. The company’s share of the North American auto market has steadily declined for two decades, and analysts say the company suffers from weak management and unexciting cars.
  656. For whatever reason, I am just very attracted to mystery stories, solving mysteries. I was a huge fan of ‘The Jinx.’ That’s such a satisfying show because it’s all… I don’t want to give it away to anybody, but it’s really amazing.
  657. ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ was a problem which I carried on each day. I knew what was going to happen in principle. But I invented what happened each day I wrote.
  658. For years, critics of Fannie Mae have warned that it does not give them enough information to judge its risks.
  659. For years, my early work with Roger Penrose seemed to be a disaster for science. It showed that the universe must have begun with a singularity, if Einstein’s general theory of relativity is correct. That appeared to indicate that science could not predict how the universe would begin.
  660. For years my wedding ring has done its job. It has led me not into temptation. It has reminded my husband numerous times at parties that it’s time to go home. It has been a source of relief to a dinner companion. It has been a status symbol in the maternity ward.
  661. For years, the West supported Mubarak and gave aid for what it hoped was stability – but was actually stagnation – in the Middle East.
  662. For you to sleep well at night, the aesthetic, the quality, has to be carried all the way through.
  663. Force always attracts men of low morality.
  664. Force and mind are opposites; morality ends where a gun begins.
  665. Force is the vital principle and immediate parent of despotism.
  666. Ford’s federal income tax rate was just 2.3 percent in 2009 even though it made $3 billion in profits.
  667. Forecasting our futures is built into our psyches because we will soon have to manage that future. We have no choice. No matter how often we fail, we can never stop trying.
  668. Foreigners have no idea of the diversity of India and its culture. We hope to be able to give them a glimpse of that diversity.
  669. Foreknowledge is a wonderful thing.
  670. Forever is composed of nows.
  671. Forever, it was just soccer – passion, life, love. Then I got married, and I had to transfer some of my energy. I want to be my best for my country, but I also made a really big promise and choice to be the best in my marriage. That has not always been the easiest thing to manage.
  672. Forget about banks that are too big to fail; the focus should be on cities, municipalities and countries that are too big to fail.
  673. Forget luxury; as a great company you have to keep evolving.
  674. Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.
  675. Forget the past.
  676. Forgetfulness – a gift of God bestowed upon debtors in compensation for their destitution of conscience.
  677. Forgive and forget.
  678. Forgive many things in others; nothing in yourself.
  679. Forgive, son; men are men; they needs must err.
  680. Forgive your enemies, but never forget their names.
  681. Forgiveness is hard for me, man. It is for most American-Western males. It’s a sign of weakness.
  682. Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.
  683. Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.
  684. Forgiving is not an easy thing to do.
  685. Forgotten is forgiven.
  686. Fork: An instrument used chiefly for the purpose of putting dead animals into the mouth.
  687. Form follows function – that has been misunderstood. Form and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.
  688. Form is temporary. Class is permanent.
  689. Form must have a content, and that content must be linked with nature.
  690. Formative usability testing is:
  691. Former President Shimon Peres was a leader and a statesman, and an especially wonderful friend to all of us. He will be missed dearly.
  692. Former president Wulff said Islam belongs to Germany. That is true. I also hold this opinion.
  693. Former Senator Al D’Amato in 1991 offered an amendment to cap credit card interest rates at 14 percent.
  694. Fortitude is the marshal of thought, the armor of the will, and the fort of reason.
  695. Fortunately art is a community effort – a small but select community living in a spiritualized world endeavoring to interpret the wars and the solitudes of the flesh.
  696. Fortunately for India, it has got a growing economy. If it is doing the right things with taxation and focusing on the right areas for human development, it is going to have no problem, over a period of time, taking care of its own needs.
  697. Fortunately, I’ve never had to be too critical of my own work, because the world is critical enough.
  698. Fortunately, most human behavior is learned observationally through modeling from others.
  699. Fortune befriends the bold.
  700. Fortune brings in some boats that are not steered.
  701. Fortune is like the market, where, many times, if you can stay a little, the price will fall.
  702. Fortune truly helps those who are of good judgment.
  703. Fortune, which has a great deal of power in other matters but especially in war, can bring about great changes in a situation through very slight forces.
  704. Forty Wall Street is probably the most beautiful tower in New York.
  705. Fossil fuel corporations are supposed to pay the government fair market royalties in exchange for the right to drill on public lands or in federal waters.
  706. Four-fifths of all our troubles would disappear, if we would only sit down and keep still.
  707. Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.
  708. Four years into the life of my son, I realize I’m so in love with him and he’s so in love with me that if I don’t find that lifelong partner out there, it’s okay.
  709. Four years of Jimmy Carter gave us two titanic Reagan landslides, peace and prosperity for eight blessed years – and even a third term for his feckless vice president, George H.W. Bush.
  710. Fran decides to use custom ad scheduling to promote her farm-to-table restaurant. Why did she choose this option?
  711. France can never accept that it is no longer a dominating power in the world of culture. This is true both of the French right and the French left. They keep thinking that Americans are primitive cowboys or farmers who do not understand anything.
  712. Francis Bacon is one of my giant inspirations. I just love him to pieces.
  713. Francis Ford Coppola did this early on. You tape a movie, like a radio show, and you have the narrator read all the stage directions. And then you go back like a few days later and then you listen to the movie. And it sort of plays in your mind like a film, like a first rough cut of a movie.
  714. Frank and explicit – that is the right line to take when you wish to conceal your own mind and confuse the minds of others.
  715. Frank Ocean would be incredible; I’d love to be a sponge and absorb everything he says. Every song he puts out, I’m like, ‘Why didn’t I think of this?’
  716. Frank Sinatra. Hey, Frank, I saw you in ‘The Pride and Passion,’ and I want to tell you the cannon was wonderful!
  717. Frank Sinatra was a great singer, but my favourite is Sammy Davis Jr. He had incredible versatility in his voice, often doing impressions of people. It’s always going to be classic, and you’ll never get bored listening.
  718. Frankly, I don’t know how many companies there are, globally, which are truly global.
  719. Frankly, I mean, sometimes the interpretations I’ve seen on some of the songs that I’ve written are a lot more interesting than the input that I put in.
  720. Frankly, if I could get away with not having to perform, I’d be very happy. It’s not my favorite thing to do.
  721. Frankly, if you do politics, you should not be thinking about your dignity.
  722. Frankly I’ve never really subscribed to these adjectives tagging me as an ‘icon’, ‘superstar’, etc. I’ve always thought of myself as an actor doing his job to the best of his ability.
  723. Frazier is so ugly that he should donate his face to the U.S. Bureau of Wild Life.
  724. Free access to the single market will be granted to a country which accepts the four fundamental freedoms of movement of people, goods, services, and capital.
  725. Free and fair elections have again demonstrated that Jammu and Kashmir is part of India, and the people want to remain with it.
  726. Free nations are peaceful nations. Free nations don’t attack each other. Free nations don’t develop weapons of mass destruction.
  727. Free soloing is almost as old as climbing itself, with roots in the 19th century. Climbers are continuing to push the boundaries. There are certainly better technical climbers than me. But if I have a particular gift, it’s a mental one – the ability to keep it together where others might freak out.
  728. Free speech means the right to shout ‘theatre’ in a crowded fire.
  729. Free trade is not based on utility but on justice.
  730. Free will carried many a soul to hell, but never a soul to heaven.
  731. Freedom and democracy are dreams you never give up.
  732. Freedom comes at a cost hope is free.
  733. Freedom comes only to those who no longer ask of life that it shall yield them any of those personal goods that are subject to the mutations of time.
  734. Freedom comes with a lot of responsibility. When you are by yourself, you have to develop a third eye.
  735. Freedom from effort in the present merely means that there has been effort stored up in the past.
  736. Freedom from menial work should be a rallying cry, not a cudgel to be used against the Left. How much liberty is there in having to do something you hate in order to survive?
  737. Freedom in general may be defined as the absence of obstacles to the realization of desires.
  738. Freedom is a right ultimately defended by the sacrifice of America’s servicemen and women.
  739. Freedom is a struggle, and we do it together. Not only together as black citizens, but black and white together.
  740. Freedom is from within.
  741. Freedom is never dear at any price. It is the breath of life. What would a man not pay for living?
  742. Freedom is never given; it is won.
  743. Freedom is never granted; it is won.
  744. Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.
  745. Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.
  746. Freedom is not free.
  747. Freedom is not procured by a full enjoyment of what is desired, but by controlling the desire.
  748. Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err.
  749. Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.
  750. Freedom is relative.
  751. Freedom is the by-product of economic surplus.
  752. Freedom is the right to live as we wish.
  753. Freedom is the right to one’s dignity as a man.
  754. Freedom isn’t free.
  755. Freedom itself was attacked this morning by a faceless coward, and freedom will be defended.
  756. Freedom makes a huge requirement of every human being. With freedom comes responsibility. For the person who is unwilling to grow up, the person who does not want to carry his own weight, this is a frightening prospect.
  757. Freedom of opinion can only exist when the government thinks itself secure.
  758. Freedom of speech and thought matters, especially when it is speech and thought with which we disagree. The moment the majority decides to destroy people for engaging in thought it dislikes, thought crime becomes a reality.
  759. Freedom of speech means freedom for those who you despise, and freedom to express the most despicable views. It also means that the government cannot pick and choose which expressions to authorize and which to prevent.
  760. Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and the rule of law under God is acknowledged.
  761. Freedom rings where opinions clash.
  762. FreedomWorks, which is funded primarily by very rich people, solicits donations from non-rich conservative people. More than 80,000 people donated money to FreedomWorks in 2012, and it seems likely that only a small minority of those people were hedge fund millionaires.
  763. Freeze herbs by stem and all – don’t just freeze the leaves. It’s better to keep them sturdier. Put the stems and the leaves together into a plastic bag, and just wrap it up and freeze it like that.
  764. French women will always look up at a man, even if he is four inches shorter than she is.
  765. Frequency capping counts include:
  766. Frequency capping gives advertisers the ability to specify a limit to the number of:
  767. Frequency capping limits the number of times:
  768. Frequent prayer has great value. On its surface, this sounds simplistic. But if we’re to keep prayer at the forefront of our ministry, we and our people have to pray again and again.
  769. Fresh herbs really belong anywhere you put them.
  770. Fresh sneakers are important on a man. It’s like a new pair of boxers or a new pair of socks.
  771. Freud had a gene for inefficiency, and I think I have a gene for efficiency.
  772. Friendless. Having no favors to bestow. Destitute of fortune. Addicted to utterance of truth and common sense.
  773. Friendly governments do not act so as to undermine the national security of their friends, and do not presume to know better than their friends how they should contend with the many challenges they face. The Swedish government would do well to rethink its intention to act in this way towards its friend Israel.
  774. Friends accept you the way you are.
  775. Friends and acquaintances are the surest passport to fortune.
  776. Friends are like a four leaf clover,hard to find but good to have.
  777. Friends are thieves of time.
  778. Friends can help each other. A true friend is someone who lets you have total freedom to be yourself – and especially to feel. Or, not feel. Whatever you happen to be feeling at the moment is fine with them. That’s what real love amounts to – letting a person be what he really is.
  779. Friends come and go, but a good enemy lasts forever.
  780. Friends come and go but enemies accumulate.
  781. Friends come and go, but enemies are here forever.
  782. Friends give me a hard time about the pants I’m wearing, which are made in China. Well, how do you find the right clothes? Or the right movie studio? The right people giving you checks? Good luck doing the right thing all the time.
  783. Friends help you move. Real friends help you move bodies.
  784. Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.
  785. Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness.
  786. Friends… they cherish one another’s hopes. They are kind to one another’s dreams.
  787. Friendship increases in visiting friends, but in visiting them seldom.
  788. Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity.
  789. Friendship is an arrangement by which we undertake to exchange small favors for big ones.
  790. Friendship is but another name for an alliance with the follies and the misfortunes of others. Our own share of miseries is sufficient: why enter then as volunteers into those of another?
  791. Friendship is essentially a partnership.
  792. Friendship is like peeing in your pants: Everyone can see it but only you can feel its warmth.
  793. Friendship… is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything.
  794. Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival.
  795. Friendship, like credit, is highest when it is not used.
  796. Friendship, like the immortality of the soul, is too good to be believed.
  797. Friendship marks a life even more deeply than love. Love risks degenerating into obsession, friendship is never anything but sharing.
  798. Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship – never.
  799. Friendship with ones self is all important, because without it one cannot be friends with anyone else in the world.
  800. Friendships that don’t fit my life anymore have faded away, and new ones have come in.
  801. Frisbeetarianism is the belief that when you die, your soul goes up on the roof and gets stuck.
  802. From 1971 onwards, the Memorial Day holiday was officially observed on the last Monday in May and became the unofficial start of the summer, with barbecues, blockbuster movie openings and mattress sales.
  803. From 1983 to 2000, William Goren stole more than $30 million from investors on Long Island and in Queens. His favorite targets were widows and retired couples, like Helga and Simon Novack, Holocaust survivors who gave Mr. Goren their life savings.
  804. From 1987 to 1992, I was on the road for 40 weeks a year playing comedy clubs, and that was during the ‘comedy boom.’
  805. From a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back. That is the point that must be reached.
  806. From a child I was fond of reading, and all the little money that came into my hands was ever laid out in books. Pleased with the ‘Pilgrim’s Progress,’ my first collection was of John Bunyan’s works in separate little volumes.
  807. From a drop of water a logician could infer the possibility of an Atlantic or a Niagara without having seen or heard of one or the other.
  808. From a little spark may burst a flame.
  809. From a pretty early age, I developed an interest in travel. I told my parents I wanted to live abroad, and they said, ‘Well, you have to have money to do those things.’
  810. From a pretty early age, my mother realized that I was a little bit more gifted and talented than my own age group. So, she moved me over to play with the boys’ travel soccer team when I was about 11 years old.
  811. From a scientist’s perspective, to understand everything that you need to know about human beings, you only have to tinker with all the mechanical parts of genes and the brain until there are no more secrets left.
  812. From a small seed a mighty trunk may grow.
  813. From a young age, I felt like I was supposed to be the sort of female who is doing something strong.
  814. From a young age, I was viciously competitive.
  815. From age 16, I lived and breathed wine. I read every magazine and book about wine.
  816. From an early age, I understood the concept that, if you’re not the star, then your job is to not pull attention away from the star.
  817. From an evolutionary perspective children are, literally, designed to learn. Childhood is a special period of protected immaturity. It gives the young breathing time to master the things they will need to know in order to survive as adults.
  818. From an evolutionary standpoint, human consciousness has not been around very long. A little light just went on after four and a half billion years. How often does that happen? Maybe it is quite rare.
  819. From behind the Iron Curtain, there are signs that tyranny is in trouble and reminders that its structure is as brittle as its surface is hard.
  820. From Borges, those wonderful gaucho stories from which I learned that you can be specific as to a time and place and culture and still have the work resonate with the universal themes of love, honor, duty, betrayal, etc. From Amiri Baraka, I learned that all art is political, although I don’t write political plays.
  821. From caring comes courage.
  822. From earliest times, humans – explorers and thinkers – have wanted to figure out the shape of their world. Forever, the way we’ve done that is through storytelling. It is difficult to let the truth get in the way of a good story.
  823. From infancy, I have relied on the fiercely sweet spirits of black men; and this is abundantly clear in my work.
  824. From its skillful editing to its out-of-control budget and its relentless marketing, Mr. Obama’s team played a different game at a different level than Sen. John McCain and his traditionalist staff.
  825. From my earliest childhood, my attention was specially directed to the subject of acoustics, and specially to the subject of speech, and I was urged by my father to study everything relating to these subjects, as they would have an important bearing upon what was to be my professional work.
  826. From my experience, I think that every actor has to make sure that they’re in charge of their own career somehow or other.
  827. From my position, obviously I want to maximise my potential and go as far as I can go and as high as I can go, but I’m not chasing fame. I get enough of that.
  828. From my standpoint, being an artist, I want to see what the new construction is between artist and audience.
  829. From nine years old, I lived with fear. I saw our neighbours disappearing. I was scared that I would come home from school and my parents would not be there.
  830. From one generation to the next, The Beatles will remain the most important rock band of all time.
  831. From racial profiling and being pulled over just for ‘driving while black’ to this new phenomenon of killing unarmed people out of some preconceived idea of fear, our lives and our children’s lives are not being valued.
  832. From Romare Bearden I learned that the fullness and richness of everyday life can be rendered without compromise or sentimentality.
  833. From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent.
  834. From the age of 14, I wanted to be a director.
  835. From the age of seven, I basically started practicing my hand-eye and foot coordination, balance, strength, endurance, discipline, and mental toughness three days a week until I was about 15.
  836. From the beginning, I’ve had to juggle and weigh the silly things people say – and I’ve learnt that they’re meaningless, and they’re mostly inaccurate. So I don’t worry about it, because there’s nothin’ for me to deal with.
  837. From the beginning, Mandela and Tambo was besieged with clients. We were not the only African lawyers in South Africa, but we were the only firm of African lawyers. For Africans, we were the firm of first choice and last resort.
  838. From the beginning, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has presented very difficult challenges.
  839. From the dawn of history, science has probed the universe of unknowns, searching for the uniting laws of nature.
  840. From the depth of need and despair, people can work together, can organize themselves to solve their own problems and fill their own needs with dignity and strength.
  841. From the late David Broder on down, the most powerful and influential of the great Washington columnists and journalists tend to cultivate the driest, least lively voices possible.
  842. From the moment I leave my house or my hotel room, the public owns me. The public made Alice Cooper and I can’t imagine ever turning my back on my fans.
  843. From the moment I open my eyes, I’m trying to free my body. I’m trying to get looser, more flexible, to gain control. Movement is medicine to me.
  844. From the moment I was six I felt sexy. And let me tell you it was hell, sheer hell, waiting to do something about it.
  845. From the neck up is where you win or lose the battle. It’s the art of war. You have to lock yourself in and strategise your mindset. That’s why boxers go to training camps: to shut down the noise and really zone in.
  846. From the smallest necessity to the highest religious abstraction, from the wheel to the skyscraper, everything we are and everything we have comes from one attribute of man – the function of his reasoning mind.
  847. From the time I started the decathlon, I’ve loved the event. I didn’t know why. I still don’t know why.
  848. From the time I was a kid, I always knew something was going to happen to me. Didn’t know exactly what.
  849. From the time I was growing up, if I felt that there was some, like, pot of gold waiting for me, I don’t know that I would have been so motivated.
  850. From the time that ‘Nevermind’ came out in September of 1991 to the time that Nirvana was over, it was really just a few years, and a lot happened in those few years.
  851. From the time we open our eyes, we live in a Steadicam form, and the only editing is when we talk about our lives or remember things.
  852. From the very beginning, I’ve always just wanted to do something I’ve never done before. I’m still just trying to be on that path. It’s all about working with filmmakers that you believe in.
  853. From their experience or from the recorded experience of others (history), men learn only what their passions and their metaphysical prejudices allow them to learn.
  854. From there to here, and here to there, funny things are everywhere.
  855. From things that have happened and from things as they exist and from all things that you know and all those you cannot know, you make something through your invention that is not a representation but a whole new thing truer than anything true and alive, and you make it alive, and if you make it well enough, you give it immortality.
  856. From this experience we have learned that in a big party it is important to have the necessary and often controversial discussions on policy issues such as the health system while in opposition.
  857. From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.
  858. From wonder into wonder existence opens.
  859. Front yards are not made to walk in, but, at most, through, and you could go in the back way.
  860. Frugality is founded on the principal that all riches have limits.
  861. Fugitive slaves were rare then, and as a fugitive slave lecturer, I had the advantage of being the first one out.
  862. Full-blooded romantic love I wouldn’t be able to write about.
  863. Fun is good.
  864. Fundamental progress has to do with the reinterpretation of basic ideas.
  865. Fundamental violations of human rights always lead to people feeling less and less human.
  866. Fundamentally, I’m profoundly influenced by hip-hop, so whatever I do is going to bear that seal.
  867. Fundraising is very, very time-consuming.
  868. Funk, I don’t think I have anything to do with funk. I’ve never considered myself funky.
  869. Funny is funny. I dare anyone to look at Tim Conway and Harvey Korman doing the dentist sketch, which is more than 40 years old, and not scream with laughter.
  870. Funny is funny.
  871. Funny thing is that the poorer people are, the more generous they seem to be.
  872. Furloughing a bunch of air traffic controllers has a pretty easy-to-predict effect on air travel: It causes delays.
  873. Furnishing a home is no different than going into the studio and making music. You want to make sure you’ve pared down all the extra details so that in the end, every stitch has a context uniquely yours.
  874. Future shock is the shattering stress and disorientation that we induce in individuals by subjecting them to too much change in too short a time.
  875. Future. That period of time in which our affairs prosper, our friends are true and our happiness is assured.
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