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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ O conscience, upright and stainless, how bitter a sting to thee is a little fault! O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught. O earth, what changes hast thou seen! O! for a muse of fire, that would ascend the brightest heaven […]

  1. O conscience, upright and stainless, how bitter a sting to thee is a little fault!
  2. O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught.
  3. O earth, what changes hast thou seen!
  4. O! for a muse of fire, that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention.
  5. O God, O God, how weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable seem to me all the uses of this world!
  6. O God, we praise Thee for keeping us till this day, and for the full assurance that Thou wilt never let us go.
  7. O, had I but followed the arts!
  8. O! Let me not be mad, not mad, sweet heaven; keep me in temper; I would not be mad!
  9. O man you are busy working for the world, and the world is busy trying to turn you out.
  10. O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?
  11. O thou invisible spirit of wine, if thou hast no name to be known by, let us call thee devil.
  12. O, Thou precious Lord Jesus Christ, we do adore Thee with all our hearts. Thou art Lord of all.
  13. O thou Sun, send me as far over the earth as is my pleasure and thine, and may I make the acquaintance of good men, but never hear anything of bad ones, nor they of me.
  14. O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath!
  15. O’ What may man within him hide, though angel on the outward side!
  16. O wise man! Give your wealth only to the worthy and never to others. The water of the sea received by the clouds is always sweet.
  17. O ye gods, grant unto me to have little and to want nothing.
  18. Obama and his attack dogs have nothing but hate and anger in their hearts and spew it whenever possible.
  19. Obama does not like the issue of where he was born.
  20. Obama has no solutions. Obama has failed the country and its great citizens, and they don’t like it when somebody such as myself speaks the truth about this – it hurts too much.
  21. Obama has no way to conceal that Osama was executed in front of his children and wives, who are now under the custody of the authorities of Pakistan, a Muslim country of almost 200 million inhabitants, whose laws have been violated, its national dignity offended, and its religious traditions desecrated.
  22. Obama has placed himself in perfect political position: he spent the 2008 campaign convincing the American people that he’s a racial unifier rather than a divider, without any evidence to prove it.
  23. Obama is a fine, very impressive person. He really is. Unfortunately, everything that he is doing in economics is exactly wrong. He is a crappy president.
  24. Obama is the new kid with the weird name who people just sense is a little classier than his surroundings. He moved from a private school where he was class president and is now at the giant public high school with the metal detectors and the smoking lounge.
  25. Obama might as well be president of Turkey or Brazil; it does not matter. It’s the system that is absolutely flawed, where 25 or 35 or 50 people make multi, multi-billions on building Olympic structures while people live in Barbados and have no roads or clean drinking water. There’s something pretty inequitable there.
  26. Obama rammed through Obamacare legislation without a single Republican vote.
  27. Obama seems to inspire a bizarre personal loyalty among his advocates, particularly among young people who should by all rights be concerned with their fading futures and collapsing prospects.
  28. Obama wants to raise the issue of immigration reform so that he can demonize Republicans as anti-Hispanic. That’s why Obama ignores the broad support for an immigration plan that would provide border security once and for all and then deal with the illegal immigrants who live here.
  29. Obamacare has made the government part of our health care decisions. The IRS controls all of our financial information. The NSA apparently sees everything else.
  30. Obamacare is a private mandate that will drive billions to the insurance industry, much like the auto insurance mandate. Hardly socialism. In fact, it was a Republican plan to begin with.
  31. Obamacare is, number one and maybe least importantly, it’s costing the country a fortune.
  32. Obama’s entire foreign policy was predicated on the notion that by existing, he would bridge all gaps and bury all hatchets. Instead, the Muslim world burns his picture even as he tells them he respects their radicalism. It turns out that diversity is a one-way street for the devotees of global Islam.
  33. Obama’s pop-cultural focus may seem demeaning to the office of the presidency. It may be mockable. But it is also tremendously effective.
  34. Obama’s respect for the Constitution does not apply to protections against unreasonable search and seizure, as Obama’s deeply intrusive National Security Agency programs prove.
  35. Obedience is the mother of success and is wedded to safety.
  36. Obedience of the law is demanded; not asked as a favor.
  37. Obesity is awesome from a Wall Street perspective. It’s not just one disease – there are all sorts of related diseases to profit from.
  38. Obey the principles without being bound by them.
  39. Obi added a sitelink extension to her text ad and and wants it to show as often as possible. What’s the best way to achieve this?
  40. Obscenities… I think a lot of dumb people do it because they can’t think of what they want to say and they’re frustrated. A lot of smart people do it to pretend they aren’t very smart – want to be just one of the boys.
  41. Obscenity comes from grime.
  42. Obscenity is whatever happens to shock some elderly and ignorant magistrate.
  43. Observations indicate that the universe is expanding at an ever increasing rate. It will expand forever, getting emptier and darker.
  44. Observe all men, thyself most.
  45. Obsession led me to write. It’s been that way with every book I’ve ever written. I become completely consumed by a theme, by characters, by a desire to meet a challenge.
  46. Obstacles are necessary for success because in selling, as in all careers of importance, victory comes only after many struggles and countless defeats.
  47. Obstacles are weights that when time flows, you’ll get used to
  48. Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
  49. Obstinacy is the result of the will forcing itself into the place of the intellect.
  50. Obviously, a writer can’t know everything about what she writes. It’s impossible.
  51. Obviously, because of my disability, I need assistance. But I have always tried to overcome the limitations of my condition and lead as full a life as possible. I have traveled the world, from the Antarctic to zero gravity.
  52. Obviously death is a theme I’m fascinated by.
  53. Obviously everybody can’t go to the convention, but if you’re staying away from the convention because you disagree with a style or some substance of Donald Trump, that’s a mistake because we’ve got our country at stake.
  54. Obviously I am not the young man who came to Hollywood in 1946.
  55. Obviously I faced the possibility of not returning when first I considered going. Once faced and settled there really wasn’t any good reason to refer to it.
  56. Obviously I was challenged by becoming a Naval aviator, by landing aboard aircraft carriers and so on.
  57. Obviously I was well aware that I had what people consider a privileged upbringing. My mom was never a bake-cookies sort of mom. I really had no reins whatsoever.
  58. Obviously, if I could go back and change anything, I would be a perfect man. And I know there’s no perfect man.
  59. Obviously, ‘Lincoln’ is not about the telegraph operator. There’s a whole other movie before and after the two isolated scenes that I’m in.
  60. Obviously no one wants to give members of Congress a lot of money, because they barely do anything, and many of them are terrible, but a Congress that is made up of rich-but-not-super-rich people is going to be more corruptible than a Congress of really rich people.
  61. Obviously Tesla is about helping solve the consumption of energy in a sustainable manner, but you need the production of energy in a sustainable manner.
  62. Obviously, the cinematography of films is art, just as a still shot can be art. If I’m watching a Wes Anderson movie, the colour palettes alone, and the way they’re painted, could be art. With music, you’re a little bit limited, of course, because it’s only audio.
  63. Obviously, there’s a part of me that takes the world of violence and death very seriously. However, when it comes to protection, or when it comes to just the skill of shooting… I’ve gone to the range with sniper rifles and things like that.
  64. Obviously, we think it’s important to make sure that firearms do not get in the hands of people who are criminals, convicted felons or adjudicated as mentally ill.
  65. Obviously with the onset of cable and satellite, there are more opportunities for programming and original programming, so it creates more opportunities for actors and producers and directors and everything.
  66. Obviously, you look for something that is commensurate with your age. You know that you can’t be playing the young hero anymore, and you have to be relegated to something smaller and something elderly, and you just try and do your best.
  67. Obviously you try to keep as much of your private life as private as you can.
  68. Occasionally I have come across a last patch of snow on top of a mountain in late May or June. There’s something very powerful about finding snow in summer.
  69. Occasionally I’ve seen children become heavy-handed and insensitive when dealing with their aging parents, and it only caused resentment and hard feelings.
  70. Occasionally, some brother sings very earnestly through his nose, often disturbing those around him, but it does not matter how the voice sounds to the ears of man. What is important is how the heart sounds to the ears of God.
  71. Occurrences in this domain are beyond the reach of exact prediction because of the variety of factors in operation, not because of any lack of order in nature.
  72. Ocean: A body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man – who has no gills.
  73. Oddly enough, I’m not a particularly judgmental person. I just don’t have a lot of filtering when I’m in ‘tiger mother’ mode. I say what comes into my head.
  74. Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness.
  75. Of all ghosts the ghosts of our old loves are the worst.
  76. Of all liars the most arrogant are biographers: those who would have us believe, having surveyed a few boxes full of letters, diaries, bank statements and photographs, that they can play at the recording angel and tell the whole truth about another human life.
  77. Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.
  78. Of all that is good, sublimity is supreme. Succeeding is the coming together of all that is beautiful. Furtherance is the agreement of all that is just. Perseverance is the foundation of all actions.
  79. Of all that is written, I love only what a person has written with his own blood.
  80. Of all the big Internet companies, Yahoo is the most highly valued on a price-earnings and price-sales basis.
  81. Of all the gods only death does not desire gifts.
  82. Of all the inhabitants of the inferno, none but Lucifer knows that hell is hell, and the secret function of purgatory is to make of heaven an effective reality.
  83. Of all the inventions of humans, the computer is going to rank near or at the top as history unfolds and we look back. It is the most awesome tool that we have ever invented. I feel incredibly lucky to be at exactly the right place in Silicon Valley, at exactly the right time, historically, where this invention has taken form.
  84. Of all the means I know to lead men, the most effectual is a concealed mystery.
  85. Of all the senses, sight must be the most delightful.
  86. Of all the sexual aberrations, chastity is the strangest.
  87. Of all the things I’ve done, the most vital is coordinating those who work with me and aiming their efforts at a certain goal.
  88. Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved.
  89. Of all the ways of defining man, the worst is the one which makes him out to be a rational animal.
  90. Of all the writers I have read, Vladimir Nabokov has made the biggest impression on me because he, despite living through the 1917 February Revolution, forced exile amidst the anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, the two World Wars and quite a lot of controversy, was an author who never gave up.
  91. Of all those arts in which the wise excel, Nature’s chief masterpiece is writing well.
  92. Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.
  93. Of all virtues and dignities of the mind, goodness is the greatest, being the character of the Deity; and without it, man is a busy, mischievous, wretched thing.
  94. Of course awards matter.
  95. Of course, for me, having served 22 years in the military and to have the opportunity to continue to serve my country is a great honor and is a privilege. So that’s what makes it special each and every day.
  96. Of course God is endlessly multi-dimensional so every religion that exists on earth represents some face, some side of God.
  97. Of course history is easily manipulated – though that makes it even more important for us to know what actually happened.
  98. Of course, I do everything for money.
  99. Of course, I love tools. I also love arranging them, to the point where I came up with a name for my organizing metric: first-order retrievability.
  100. Of course I make mistakes. I’m human. If I didn’t make mistakes, I’d never learn. You can only go forward by making mistakes.
  101. Of course I regret not having been able to spend time with my family.
  102. Of course, I was 19 years old, and I suddenly lost my legs. It was extremely traumatic at the time, but I’m so beyond that. I’ve done so much with my life.
  103. Of course I was delighted the flight was over, but I still had to worry about cleaning up inside the cabin, I had to worry about the hatch, how to get in the sling, and so on.
  104. Of course, ‘I Will Always Love You’ is the biggest song so far in my career. I’m famous for several, but that one has been recorded by more people and made me more money, I think, than all of them. But that song did come from a true and deep place in my heart.
  105. Of course, in our grade school, in those days, there were no organized sports at all. We just went out and ran around the school yard for recess.
  106. Of course, it does depend on the people, but sometimes I’m invited places to kind of brighten up a dinner table like a musician who’ll play the piano after dinner, and I know you’re not really invited for yourself. You’re just an ornament.
  107. Of course, Marxism is an example of what Carl Popper would have called a ‘World Three’ structure, in that it’s got immense power as an idea, but you couldn’t actually hold up anything in the world and say: ‘this is Marxism’.
  108. Of course on air I use occasional hyperbole to tell a story.
  109. Of course, the discounting of future earnings should hurt all stocks. But it should hurt technology stocks more than others, because so many of them are valued at extremely high levels relative to their current earnings.
  110. Of course, the opposite of white privilege is not blackness, as many of us seemed to think then; the opposite of white privilege is working to dismantle that privilege. But my particular hip-hop generation proved to be very serious about figuring it all out and staying engaged.
  111. Of course, the overwhelming majority of Muslims are not terrorists or sympathetic to terrorists. Equating all Muslims with terrorism is stupid and wrong. But acknowledging that there is a link between Islam and terror is appropriate and necessary.
  112. Of course, the overwhelming majority of Muslims are not terrorists or sympathetic to terrorists. Equating all Muslims with terrorism is stupid and wrong.
  113. Of course the Republicans have long wanted to privatize Social Security and destroy it. But Social Security has been the most important and valuable social program in the history of the United States.
  114. Of course, there are benefits to having prosthetics. I can make myself as tall as I want. I can wear flip-flops in the snow if I wanted to. There’s benefits.
  115. Of course there are moments that you wonder how long you should be doing it because there are other aspects which are not nice, of this lifestyle. But I just love winning.
  116. Of course, there are those critics – New York critics as a rule – who say, ‘Well, has a new book out and of course it’s good but then she’s a natural writer.’ Those are the ones I want to grab by the throat and wrestle to the floor because it takes me forever to get it to sing. I work at the language.
  117. Of course, there is no question that Libya – and the world – will be better off with Gaddafi out of power. I, along with many other world leaders, have embraced that goal, and will actively pursue it through non-military means. But broadening our military mission to include regime change would be a mistake.
  118. Of course, there is no reconciliation between the theory of evolution by natural selection and the traditional religious view of the origin of the human mind.
  119. Of course, violence will not end with our combat mission. Extremists will continue to set off bombs, attack Iraqi civilians and try to spark sectarian strife. But ultimately, these terrorists will fail to achieve their goals.
  120. Of course we all know Biden is the intellect of the Democratic Party. Kind of a grin with a body behind it.
  121. Of course, we also have the responsibility to win games and the difficulty in the job is to combine both.
  122. Of course we have compassion. We just don’t believe the safety net should be used as a hammock.
  123. Of course, when I say that human nature is gentleness, it is not 100 percent so. Every human being has that nature, but there are many people acting against their nature, being false.
  124. Of course you can’t ‘trust’ what people tell you on the web anymore than you can ‘trust’ what people tell you on megaphones, postcards or in restaurants. Working out the social politics of who you can trust and why is, quite literally, what a very large part of our brain has evolved to do.
  125. Of life’s two chief prizes, beauty and truth, I found the first in a loving heart and the second in a laborer’s hand.
  126. Of Manners gentle, of Affections mild; In Wit a man; Simplicity, a child.
  127. Of my mental cycles, I devote maybe ten percent to business thinking. Business isn’t that complicated. I wouldn’t want to put it on my business card.
  128. Of prosperity mortals can never have enough.
  129. Of puns it has been said that those who most dislike them are those who are least able to utter them.
  130. Of the following choices, which would be the best way to create a consistent site experience?
  131. Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S. was too strong.
  132. Of the nine red cards this season we probably deserved half of them.
  133. Of the opposite sex, I have the moustache and, in general, the face.
  134. Of the twenty-two civilizations that have appeared in history, nineteen of them collapsed when they reached the moral state the United States is in now.
  135. Of those beings who live in ignorance, shut up and confined, as it were, in an egg, I have first broken the eggshell of ignorance and alone in the universe obtained the most exalted, universal Buddhahood.
  136. Of two evils, choose neither.
  137. Of what use is a philosopher who doesn’t hurt anybody’s feelings?
  138. Of what worth are convictions that bring not suffering?
  139. Off the ice, I can be soft, and I can be elegant and sweet.
  140. Official dignity tends to increase in inverse ratio to the importance of the country in which the office is held.
  141. Often, as teens, we think we know everything, but actually we’re just trying to figure life out, and we don’t know much at all.
  142. Often, I do translatlantic overnight flights from New York, and when I land, I have to do my eyes – I feel weird without it.
  143. Often, I went in love with some friends in school. And, no, I suffered. Only later, things went better.
  144. Often in films, you have no idea where you’re going to be six months from now. And I grew very weary of that. And television, although it wasn’t necessarily as creatively diverse as filmmaking can be, it was the lifestyle choice that I needed to make.
  145. Often it does seem such a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat.
  146. Often, little situations trigger enormous reactions. Be there, present for it. Your partner will find it easier to see it in you, and you will find it easier to see it in them.
  147. Often people display a curious respect for a man drunk, rather like the respect of simple races for the insane… There is something awe-inspiring in one who has lost all inhibitions.
  148. Often the difference between a successful person and a failure is not one has better abilities or ideas, but the courage that one has to bet on one’s ideas, to take a calculated risk – and to act.
  149. Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.
  150. Often we can help each other most by leaving each other alone; at other times we need the hand-grasp and the word of cheer.
  151. Often we think love is a feeling: that you spontaneously experience it.
  152. Oftentimes we love the thing we hate and vice versa.
  153. Oh, 1994, April 27. There won’t be a day like that ever again. I mean, the sky was blue, with a blueness that had never been there before.
  154. Oh, all southern women say they’re sorry. You could do almost anything, bump into some one, don’t spread the jam right, you’re always sorry. I’ve had people tell me to stop saying it so much!
  155. Oh, come, Divine Physician, and bind up every broken bone. Come with Thy sacred nard which Thou hast compounded of Thine own heart’s blood, and lay it home to the wounded conscience and let it feel its power. Oh! Give peace to those whose conscience is like the troubled sea which cannot rest.
  156. Oh, Diane Nash deserves her own film. Diane Nash is a freedom fighter who is still alive and kicking. She was one of the leaders of the desegregation of Nashville, basically. She was a student at Fisk University who was one of the founding members of SNCC, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
  157. Oh, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We’ve already got the stars.
  158. Oh, God, I struggle with low self-esteem all the time! I think everyone does. I have so much wrong with me, it’s unbelievable!
  159. Oh gosh, I’m completely allergic to historical dramas. Particularly those around the civil-rights movement. It’s not my favorite thing to watch. So often they feel like medicine. Or not even a history lesson, because I really like history. Just… obligatory.
  160. Oh, honey, I’m from Oklahoma! This is who I am – middle-class all the way!
  161. Oh, hour of forgiven sin, moment of perfect pardon, our soul shall never forget you while, within you, life and being find immortality!
  162. Oh, I am very weary, Though tears no longer flow; My eyes are tired of weeping, My heart is sick of woe.
  163. Oh, I can keep many secrets, so I would be a phenomenal secret agent. I love secrets.
  164. Oh, I can spot a phoney a mile away.
  165. Oh, I had my gothy phase, but I was never a troublemaker or anything like that. I was a little bit introspective, a little bit morbid. I was small for my age, so I was bullied and that kind of stuff.
  166. Oh, I just wish someone would try to hurt you so I could kill them for you.
  167. Oh I love gadgets and I pride myself on keeping at the cutting edge of technology.
  168. Oh, I love to lie. That’s one of my favorite things in the world, coming up to somebody, especially press people, and telling them some enormous lie that couldn’t possibly be true.
  169. Oh, I think there are a lot of people who would be buying and selling online today that go up there and they get the information, but then when it comes time to type in their credit card they think twice because they’re not sure about how that might get out and what that might mean for them.
  170. Oh, I’m a pretty bad poet. This has been corroborated by others.
  171. Oh, it’s fun to be an icon!
  172. Oh, I’ve always been very… Emotional. ‘Hypersensitive’ is what they call it, I think.
  173. Oh mortal man, is there anything you cannot be made to believe?
  174. Oh! Most miserable wretch that I am! Why have I not learnt how to swim?
  175. Oh, my God. I want to be a mother, and I anticipate loving my children quite fiercely. I think about it all the time, though it’s a silly thing to think about because the kind of mother I’ll be depends on the kind of children I have. I can’t wait to meet them.
  176. Oh my goodness, they are rocking so many variations of my high-top fade. I mean, Rihanna has taken it to a very angular 21st Century thing. Miss Fantasia has it in a very seductive, you know, up-flip, and it’s just lovely, right? Oh, I think it’s wonderful.
  177. Oh, that lovely title, ex-president.
  178. Oh, the difference between nearly right and exactly right.
  179. Oh the nerves, the nerves; the mysteries of this machine called man! Oh the little that unhinges it, poor creatures that we are!
  180. Oh, this base heart of ours! Hath it not enough tinder in it to set on fire the course of nature? If a spark do but fall into it, any one of our members left to itself would dishonour Christ, deny the Lord that bought us, and turn back into perdition.
  181. Oh what a stink of the rot!
  182. Oh yeah, I think about kids all the time. I feel like the next person I commit to, that’s going to be the guy who I’m going to have kids with. That’s in my crazy female brain. So that’s why I’m like, ‘I can’t commit.’
  183. Oh yes. I’m an actor, so I just learn my lines, and show up and do it. I gave it a little bit of thought.
  184. Oh yes, there’s lots of great food in America. But the fast food is about as destructive and evil as it gets. It celebrates a mentality of sloth, convenience, and a cheerful embrace of food we know is hurting us.
  185. Oh, yes; you Virginians shed barrels of perspiration while standing off at a distance and superintending the work your slaves do for you. It is different with us. Here it is every fellow for himself, or he doesn’t get there.
  186. Oil has become the principal wealth in the hands of the great Yankee transnationals; through this energy source, they had an instrument that considerably expanded their political power in the world.
  187. OK, I have a nickname. My family calls me ‘Trey’ because I’m William the third. My dad has the same name, which is always confusing because my dad is well known, and I’m also known.
  188. Okay, I am happy with the way I look, but I have never, never, ever thought of myself as a ‘pretty girl.’ Honestly. When I read some of these scripts I’m sent, and they describe the heroine as ‘incredibly beautiful,’ I wonder why they sent it to me.
  189. Okay, let’s talk about cartoon labels for half a second – some people think anything with a dog or a car or a colorful alien is garbage, which is not true. Look at Big Moose Red. It’s, like, a $6 wine with a cheesy label, and it’s actually a solid wine.
  190. Old age, believe me, is a good and pleasant thing. It is true you are gently shouldered off the stage, but then you are given such a comfortable front stall as spectator.
  191. Old age comes on suddenly, and not gradually as is thought.
  192. Old age has deformities enough of its own. It should never add to them the deformity of vice.
  193. Old age is far more than white hair, wrinkles, the feeling that it is too late and the game finished, that the stage belongs to the rising generations. The true evil is not the weakening of the body, but the indifference of the soul.
  194. Old age is just a record of one’s whole life.
  195. Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you’ve got to start young.
  196. Old age is no place for sissies.
  197. Old age may have its limitations and challenges, but in spite of them, our latter years can be some of the most rewarding and fulfilling of our lives.
  198. Old deeds for old people, and new deeds for new.
  199. Old friends pass away, new friends appear. It is just like the days. An old day passes, a new day arrives. The important thing is to make it meaningful: a meaningful friend – or a meaningful day.
  200. Old hands soil, it seems, whatever they caress, but they too have their beauty when they are joined in prayer. Young hands were made for caresses and the sheathing of love. It is a pity to make them join too soon.
  201. Old is always fifteen years from now.
  202. Old is authentic. Old is genuine. Old is valuable.
  203. Old men are dangerous: it doesn’t matter to them what is going to happen to the world.
  204. Old men should have more care to end life well than to live long.
  205. Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.
  206. Older people say, ‘Oh I loved you in ‘Sense and Sensibility,’ and that’s the only film they want to talk about. Equally, there are people who only want to talk about ‘Galaxy Quest.’ And there’s a whole bunch of teenagers who only want to talk about ‘Dogma.’
  207. Older people sit down and ask, ‘What is it?’ but the boy asks, ‘What can I do with it?’.
  208. Oldtimers, weekends, and airplane landings are alike. If you can walk away from them, they’re successful.
  209. Oliver Sacks remains my hero to this day. He was one of the first medical writers I read. The other was Lewis Thomas, who is no longer alive but is just heroic to me.
  210. Olympic athletes have to find a job right after they’re done competing.
  211. Omaha, like Rome, is built on seven hills.
  212. Omnipotence is not knowing how everything is done; it’s just doing it.
  213. Omniscient, omnipotent, omnivorous and omnipresent all begin with Om.
  214. On a big film, there’s almost no way you can meet everyone. On an indie, there are 30 people and no trailers to duck into.
  215. On a Chinese film you just give orders, no one questions you. Here, you have to convince people, you have to tell them why you want to do it a certain way, and they argue with you. Democracy.
  216. On a given day, a given circumstance, you think you have a limit.
  217. On a selfish basis, I really enjoy sports and activity.
  218. On a spiritual level, it’s as though with my sighted eye I see what’s before me, and with my unsighted eye I see what’s hidden. It’s illuminated life more than darkened it.
  219. On a television show, precise acting isn’t the order of the day.
  220. On a transcendental level, a film is not going to be better or worse because there’s a prize behind it. The work will be what it is, with or without a prize.
  221. On a very basic, concrete level, there have been times when my work, regardless of the content, has harmed relationships because I made that work such a primary priority in my life.
  222. On April 19 1943, the Bermuda conference gathered, with the participation of representatives from Britain and the United States, in order to discuss saving the Jews of Europe. In fact, the participants did everything in their power to avoid dealing with the problem.
  223. On average, how long does it take for a video ad to get approved?
  224. On buses and trains, I always think about the inexhaustible variety of human genes. We see types, and occasionally twins, but never doubles. All faces are unique, and this is exhilarating, despite the increasingly plastic similarity of TV stars and actors.
  225. On college campuses, in newsrooms, and now in the highest corridors of power, with Barack Obama in the Oval Office, the politically correct Left is wielding its weaponry with the confidence that it can take down any group, anyone, or anything.
  226. On every front there are clear answers out there that can make this country stronger, but we’re going to break through the fear and the frustration people are feeling. Our job is to make sure that even as we make progress, that we are also giving people a sense of hope and vision for the future.
  227. On film you put all your energies into a single glance.
  228. On general principle, I boycott shows that don’t employ actors.
  229. On life’s vast ocean diversely we sail. Reasons the card, but passion the gale.
  230. On matters of race, on matters of decency, baseball should lead the way.
  231. On my desk I have three screens, synchronized to form a single desktop. I can drag items from one screen to the next. Once you have that large display area, you’ll never go back, because it has a direct impact on productivity.
  232. On my first album I was wearing a lot of guys pants, baggy clothes and stuff like that. I was 17 and I was a little tomboy. And you would never see me wearing a dress or heels on my first record.
  233. On ‘Mystic River,’ I had to cut my salary and everyone else’s to get it made.
  234. On one occasion, I accompanied my father to Pinares de Mayari. I was eight or nine years old. How he enjoyed talking when he left the house in Biran! There he was the proprietor of the land where sugar cane, pasture, and other agricultural crops were planted.
  235. On-page SEO is the most important element of optimizing your website.
  236. On paper, being good sounds great but a lot depends on the atmosphere of the workplace or community we live in. We tend to become good or bad depending on the cues sent out within a particular space.
  237. On ‘Phoenix,’ I talk about thoughts of suicide and my whole life. It’s called ‘Phoenix’ because it’s talking about dying – but when a phoenix dies, it’s reborn from its own ashes. I related to that.
  238. On Saturday afternoons when all the things are done in the house and there’s no real work to be done, I play Bach and Chopin and turn it up real loudly and get a good bottle of chardonnay and sit out on my deck and look out at the garden.
  239. On ‘Senna,’ it got to the point where there was so much footage that our first editor had the wild suggestion that we only use the archive.
  240. On September 11 2001, America felt its vulnerability even to threats that gather on the other side of the Earth. We resolved then, and we are resolved today, to confront every threat from any source that could bring sudden terror and suffering to America.
  241. On stage, I’m this figure, this actor, who does things that people aren’t used to seeing and I relish in that reaction. In real life, though, I play golf, I shop and I walk around with no makeup on and my hair in a ponytail. I may not be the typical middle-aged Joe, but I’m closer to normal than you think.
  242. On Sunday August 5, 2012, I was among a group of people who witnessed the Rover landing on Mars in real time at NASA’s Caltech-managed Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.
  243. On television and in the movies, crimes are always solved. Nothing is left uncertain. By the end, the viewer knows whodunit. In real life, on the other hand, many murders remain unsolved, and even some that are ‘solved’ to the satisfaction of the police and prosecutors lack sufficient evidence to result in a conviction.
  244. On ‘The Avengers,’ I’ve been working closely with Mark Ruffalo.
  245. On the banks of the Nile, the Rosetta branch, I lived an enjoyable childhood in the City of Disuq, which is the home of the famous mosque, Sidi Ibrahim.
  246. On the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton emphasized her experience. Yes, experience matters, but judgment matters more. Despite her experience, Hillary Clinton’s poor decisions have produced bad results. Just think about it.
  247. On the day when two army corps may mutually annihilate each other in a second, probably all civilized nations will recoil with horror and disband their troops.
  248. On the Display Network, all keywords are considered broad match only. This means that you do not need to:
  249. On the Display Network, enhanced cost–per–click (ECPC) automatically:
  250. On the First Coast, there’s a team of individuals working extremely hard for the future of JAXPORT. On the road ahead, I look forward to working with them to see that the Port is afforded every opportunity to grow and expand. The challenge is large, but we are all up for it.
  251. On the first day of school, my teacher, Miss Mdingane, gave each of us an English name and said that from thenceforth that was the name we would answer to in school. This was the custom among Africans in those days and was undoubtedly due to the British bias of our education.
  252. On the fourth day of July following, a party of about two hundred Indians attacked Boonsborough, killed one man, and wounded two.
  253. On the good days, my mother would haul out the ukulele and we’d sit around the kitchen table – it was a cardboard table with a linoleum top – and sing.
  254. On the Google Display Network, your ad is eligible to show on a webpage if your:
  255. On the ice, if I slow down, I can coast behind somebody for a couple of laps. If I slow down on the run, it’ll turn into a walk.
  256. On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow.
  257. On the New York Stock Exchange, all buy and sell orders are routed through a single ‘specialist,’ guaranteeing that most small trades can be matched directly. But most larger trades are delivered to the specialist on the floor of the exchange by human brokers, a system that big investors view as increasingly inefficient.
  258. On the one hand, the financial projection is on the agenda – we will see if this problem can be resolved or not. I think it is a right idea to stage a special summit, which would deal with the question of priorities of European politics.
  259. On the one hand, we had great filmic spectacles that brought in big audiences, adults as well as primary and secondary school students. On the other hand, there were attempts to create contemporary Polish film.
  260. On the one hand, young theatre directors were coming to television theatre, because they wanted to get closer to the cinema, despite having studied and worked for the theatre.
  261. On the one occasion where I did try writing a screenplay, I found the rewriting just unendurable.
  262. On the ordinary view of each species having been independently created, we gain no scientific explanation.
  263. On the other hand, what I like my music to do to me is awaken the ghosts inside of me. Not the demons, you understand, but the ghosts.
  264. On the plains of hesitation lie the blackened bones of countless millions who at the dawn of victory lay down to rest, and in resting died.
  265. On the rare occasions when I spend a night in Oxford, the keeping of the hours by the clock towers in New College, and Merton, and the great booming of Tom tolling 101 times at 9 pm at Christ Church are inextricably interwoven with memories and regrets and lost joys. The sound almost sends me mad, so intense are the feelings it evokes.
  266. On the road from the City of Skepticism, I had to pass through the Valley of Ambiguity.
  267. On the scale of someone who’s really laid-back about stuff and someone who worries a lot, I fall more towards the latter.
  268. On the screen were some flashback shots of Daniel, Emma and Rupert from ten years ago. They were 12. I have also recently returned from New York, and while I was there, I saw Daniel singing and dancing (brilliantly) on Broadway. A lifetime seems to have passed in minutes.
  269. On the soft bed of luxury many kingdoms have expired.
  270. On the stage, the characters express themselves more through words than images. So the arguments of the characters and the tension between characters – words have to be used to express that, and I love that about theater.
  271. On the ‘Star,’ you were forced to learn to write a simple declarative sentence. This is useful to anyone. Newspaper work will not harm a young writer and could help him if he gets out of it in time.
  272. On the Web we all become small-town visitors lost in the big city.
  273. On this shrunken globe, men can no longer live as strangers.
  274. On TV at night, I DVR lots of programs – I use it more like a magazine rack flipping through shows than actually watching them in full. ‘Charlie Rose,’ ‘Meet the Press,’ ’60 Minutes’ are musts for me. I also DVR ‘NBC’s Nightly News’ and ‘The Chris Matthews Show’ on Sunday.
  275. On TV the people can see it. On radio you’ve got to create it.
  276. On TV, you have wardrobe fittings, you have four cameras on you at all times, and you’re worried about your angles and your lighting and your shots.
  277. On Twitter, when someone would die, I would write a joke. Or if there’s a tragedy, I would write a joke and tweet it. That was my thing, and then at a certain point, people started demanding it.
  278. On vacations: We hit the sunny beaches where we occupy ourselves keeping the sun off our skin, the saltwater off our bodies, and the sand out of our belongings.
  279. On Warped Tour in Boise, Idaho, I broke my tooth on the mic. I took a pretty significant chunk out of my tooth and had to have it sanded down. It wasn’t the most painful injury, but it was the most unexpected one.
  280. On wrongs swift vengeance waits.
  281. Once a fighter becomes enamoured with another, to the point where they can’t perform and compete, you have got problems.
  282. Once an advertiser opts in to advertise with our search partners (the default setting) in their campaign network settings, they should use _______ to have their ads populate within Google Maps for Mobile.
  283. Once every five hundred years or so, a summary statement about poetry comes along that we can’t imagine ourselves living without.
  284. Once Google Analytics has processed the data it collects, you can still recover any data that was filtered out.
  285. Once I feel I’m right, I have enjoyed provoking.
  286. Once I get into the locker room, I turn on stuff to get me hyped up. Mainly, it’s a lot of rap music.
  287. Once I got to college, I realized that practicing 3-6 days wasn’t going to be enough for me to get where I wanted.
  288. Once I knew only darkness and stillness… my life was without past or future… but a little word from the fingers of another fell into my hand that clutched at emptiness, and my heart leaped to the rapture of living.
  289. Once I moved to L.A., there was a dark moment of trying to keep up with the girls I thought were pretty. Until I realised that’s the stupidest thing you can do because people are so pretty in L.A.!
  290. Once I started to value and respect my characters, I could really hear them. I just let them start talking.
  291. Once I tried to make a standardization of staircases. Probably that is one of the oldest of the standardizations. Of course, we design new staircase steps every day in connection with all our houses, but a standardized step depends on the height of the buildings and on all kinds of things.
  292. Once, I was coming back from school, and there was this guy who was eve-teasing me and my friend. I had a Milton water bottle that I flung it at his face. My dad told me if you are in a crowded place and a guy eve-teases, you should make noise. I did exactly that and got people on the road to beat up the guy.
  293. Once in a while it’s good to challenge yourself in a way that’s really daunting.
  294. Once in a while, when I’m alone, I think about my age. I think, ‘How many more years do I have on this earth?’ But I can’t really conceive of dying.
  295. Once in high school, I completely over plucked my left eyebrow all the way up to where you’re not supposed to. I had no idea what I was doing and it looked terrible! My mom was like ‘What did you do to yourself?’ I was so embarrassed.
  296. Once I’ve written something it does tend to run away from me. I don’t seem to have any part of it – it’s no longer my piece of writing.
  297. Once men are caught up in an event, they cease to be afraid. Only the unknown frightens men.
  298. Once my heart was captured, reason was shown the door, deliberately and with a sort of frantic joy. I accepted everything, I believed everything, without struggle, without suffering, without regret, without false shame. How can one blush for what one adores?
  299. Once our carrier fleet went all nuclear in 2005, we went from having two aircraft carrier homeports on the East Coast to one.
  300. Once people see this ‘Unplugged,’ I just want them to feel the spontaneity, to feel passionate… I want you to see another side of me, that’s free, and feel where my head is, where whatever happens, happens. I want you to feel inspired.
  301. Once serious political dialogue has begun, the international community can assume that we have achieved genuine progress along the road to real democratisation.
  302. Once spirit was God, then it became man, and now it is even becoming mob.
  303. Once the fabric of a just society is undone, it takes generations to weave it back together.
  304. Once the fired stone is out of the kiln, it is still possible to mentally reconstruct it in its original form.
  305. Once the Xerox copier was invented, diplomacy died.
  306. Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary.
  307. Once upon a time, I was a workaholic clocking more than 80 hours per week. That changed after I began to write. I now work only around 35 hours per week. I do not work on weekends because these are the days that I use for research as well as for my writing.
  308. Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.
  309. Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.
  310. Once we decided not to get pregnant, I snapped back into work mode, and now I have just been really enjoying my career.
  311. Once we have a war there is only one thing to do. It must be won. For defeat brings worse things than any that can ever happen in war.
  312. Once we understand how molecules are formed, we can manipulate them. If you can manipulate molecules, you can manipulate genes and matter, you can synthesize new material – the implications are just unbelievable.
  313. Once writing has become your major vice and greatest pleasure, only death can stop it.
  314. Once you appreciate one of your blessings, one of your senses, your sense of hearing, then you begin to respect the sense of seeing and touching and tasting, you learn to respect all the senses.
  315. Once you become a comedian, you accept that people are just going to yell stuff at you.
  316. Once you begin to fall off the track and believe you breathe different air to everyone else, you’re doomed; you’re finished.
  317. Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We must protect it by changing the world.
  318. Once you come and see Kiss, you either love us or you hate us.
  319. Once you decide to work for yourself, you never go back to work for somebody else.
  320. Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
  321. Once you feel loved by the universe, you’re already accepted, and you’re not really concerned about offending people.
  322. Once you get a spice in your home, you have it forever. Women never throw out spices. The Egyptians were buried with their spices. I know which one I’m taking with me when I go.
  323. Once you get into the NFL, it doesn’t matter what draft pick you are, what round you are, if you’re undrafted or not. It’s football time again. The draft, all of that doesn’t matter anymore.
  324. Once you get the right image the details aren’t that important.
  325. Once you get to the Enlightenment, the way that powers get to be hyperpowers isn’t just by conquest. It’s through commerce and innovation. Societies like the Dutch Republic and the United States used tolerance to become a magnet for enterprising immigrants.
  326. Once you go up in weight, I will never go down; you just don’t do it.
  327. Once you ‘got’ Pop, you could never see a sign again the same way again. And once you thought Pop, you could never see America the same way again.
  328. Once you have deleted a view, you have a limited number of days to restore that view.
  329. Once you have six children, you’re committed.
  330. Once you have something so deeply infused in your culture and your brand, it would be very difficult to reverse that inertia if you wanted to.
  331. Once you have your characters, they tell you what to write, you don’t tell them.
  332. Once you make a cookbook, you live with it as your own for the rest of your life, like a yearbook.
  333. Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.
  334. Once you make decisions, you can’t go back, but in photography, that process can continue. With film, you have to eliminate all the possibilities and make the one possibility work the best for you, so you have to become very creative with the direction you’ve chosen.
  335. Once you permit those who are convinced of their own superior rightness to censor and silence and suppress those who hold contrary opinions, just at that moment the citadel has been surrendered.
  336. Once you put songs out, they’re not yours anymore. They’re everyone else’s.
  337. Once you say you’re going to settle for second, that’s what happens to you in life.
  338. Once you see how powerful music is and how it can affect people, then you want to use it to impact the world.
  339. Once you sign on as an actor, you know, you don’t go to the editing room, you don’t see how they cut, you don’t see how they score, you don’t see how they cast the rest of the movie.
  340. Once you start a working on something, don’t be afraid of failure and don’t abandon it. People who work sincerely are the happiest.
  341. Once you start saying, ‘Let’s talk political, my own politics, my own aspirations,’ it can become not just distracting in that it takes time, but it can become confusing and frustrating, and is this now a political agenda or a governmental agenda.
  342. Once you’re more aware of people’s needs, you can create action plans for others to follow. That way, you’re responsible for your own well-being, too.
  343. Once you’re on the field, you’re playing. You’re not worried about anything other than doing your job to help your team.
  344. Once you’ve lost your privacy, you realize you’ve lost an extremely valuable thing.
  345. Once you’ve worked as a writer and editor in the world of social media for a decade, the way I have, you start to notice patterns.
  346. One actress can’t challenge or change anything.
  347. One advantage in keeping a diary is that you become aware with reassuring clarity of the changes which you constantly suffer.
  348. One always goes back to one’s childhood in the beginning, and I come from a very religious family and surrounding. Very religious.
  349. One and God make a majority.
  350. One approaches the journey’s end. But the end is a goal, not a catastrophe.
  351. One can be a brother only in something. Where there is no tie that binds men, men are not united but merely lined up.
  352. One can criticize the Israeli government, but it is not fair to judge the people of Israel.
  353. One can hardly be Indian and not know that almost every accent, which hand you eat your food with, has some deeper symbolic truth, reality.
  354. One can know a man from his laugh, and if you like a man’s laugh before you know anything of him, you may confidently say that he is a good man.
  355. One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar.
  356. One can never know for sure what a deserted area looks like.
  357. One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay ‘in kind’ somewhere else in life.
  358. One can not reflect in streaming water. Only those who know internal peace can give it to others.
  359. One can state, without exaggeration, that the observation of and the search for similarities and differences are the basis of all human knowledge.
  360. One can survive everything, nowadays, except death, and live down everything except a good reputation.
  361. One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few.
  362. One cannot negotiate under fire.
  363. One cannot really argue with a mathematical theorem.
  364. One cannot set out to make a work that’s spiritual. What is a contemporary iconography for the spiritual? Is it some fuzzy space?
  365. One cannot wage war under present conditions without the support of public opinion, which is tremendously molded by the press and other forms of propaganda.
  366. One cannot write feelings when not in despair.
  367. One can’t predict the weather more than a few days in advance.
  368. One changes from day to day, and… after a few years have passed one has completely altered.
  369. One child must never be set above another, even in casual conversation, not to mention in speeches that circle the globe.
  370. One day for dinner I’ll have fish, then the next day chicken, and then I’ll have steak. I just try to mix it up all the time. I don’t eat the same thing every day.
  371. One day, I just wandered into a dance class full of girls, and that was it. I thought, ‘Hang on! I’ll have a bit of this.’ I went back a week later and got dragged up by the teacher. It wasn’t a massive calling.
  372. One day I undertook a tour through the country, and the diversity and beauties of nature I met with in this charming season, expelled every gloomy and vexatious thought.
  373. One day I was sitting in my own pain, and suddenly all the pain and troubles of the world came to me. I received all the pain of the world, all through my body.
  374. One day, I would like to be a part of a stage production, preferably a musical.
  375. ‘One Day’ is definitely heartbreaking in a few ways, but one of the main ways is that my character and Jim Sturgess’s character are just people from two different worlds who love each other in so many ways and can’t quite seem to get it together.
  376. One day, you might look up and see me playing the game at 50. Don’t laugh. Never say never, because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion.
  377. One does afford oneself the luxury to come into the studio and all day, every day, spend one’s life making aesthetic propositions. What an immense luxury.
  378. One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.
  379. One does not leave a convivial party before closing time.
  380. One does not re-light a dead cigarette.
  381. One does not set out with the idea that I’ve just had a great idea and now I’m going to go and carry it out. Almost all art that’s made like that doesn’t go anywhere.
  382. One does nothing who tries to console a despondent person with word. A friend is one who aids with deeds at a critical time when deeds are called for.
  383. One doesn’t make art for other people, even though I am very concerned with the viewer.
  384. One doesn’t recognize the really important moments in one’s life until it’s too late.
  385. One doesn’t want fashion to look ridiculous, silly, or out of step with the times – but you do want designers that make you think, that make you look at fashion differently. That’s how fashion changes. If it doesn’t change, it’s not looking forward. And that’s important to me.
  386. One factor the AdWords system uses to calculate an ad’s actual cost-per-click (CPC) is the:
  387. One generation after another is drifting away from anything Jewish.
  388. One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.
  389. One good turn deserves another.
  390. One great worker equals three not-so-great workers, so it’s worth paying terrific people not just for today but to find people that we think have upward mobility to become tomorrow’s leaders.
  391. One has children in the expectation of dying before them. In fact, you want to make damn sure you die before them, just as you plant a tree or build a house knowing, hoping that it will outlive you. That’s how the human species has done as well as it has.
  392. One has this image of the Soviet state and the Red Army as being extremely disciplined but in the first four months of 1945 their soldiers were completely out of control.
  393. One has to pay dearly for immortality; one has to die several times while one is still alive.
  394. One has to view things realistically.
  395. One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful organizations do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a football team. The first requisite is life, always.
  396. One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.
  397. One in four corporations doesn’t pay any taxes.
  398. One is lucky to be born in a place where no one is doing it, because then you can say, ‘Well, obviously I can write better than everyone else in high school.’ You have no idea of the competition.
  399. One isn’t necessarily born with courage, but one is born with potential. Without courage, we cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can’t be kind, true, merciful, generous, or honest.
  400. One knows self, knows all.
  401. One leader, one people, signifies one master and millions of slaves.
  402. One lesson that every nation can learn from China is to focus more on creating village-level enterprises, quality health services and educational facilities.
  403. One little secret of the guys who have won one slam, is that we don’t want other guys to win one because its like a bit of a special fraternity.
  404. One longs for a director with a sense of imagination.
  405. One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is the vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child.
  406. One loves to possess arms, though they hope never to have occasion for them.
  407. One loyal friend is worth ten thousand relatives.
  408. One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.
  409. One man cannot hold another man down in the ditch without remaining down in the ditch with him.
  410. One man is equivalent to all Creation. One man is a World in miniature.
  411. One man that has a mind and knows it can always beat ten men who haven’t and don’t.
  412. One man with a head on his shoulders is worth a dozen without.
  413. One man with courage is a majority.
  414. One may not regard the world as a sort of metaphysical brothel for emotions.
  415. One may say the eternal mystery of the world is its comprehensibility.
  416. One may sometimes tell a lie, but the grimace that accompanies it tells the truth.
  417. One might have thought that the most significant change in the film industry that would come about with a transition from the communist economy to capitalism would fundamentally concern the sources of funding.
  418. One misconception is that if we follow God in the life of faith, and that means obedience – that we read His Word, we’re obedient, we pray, we go to church, we do the right things – that somehow His blessing means we’re going to be okay.
  419. One must be a god to be able to tell successes from failures without making a mistake.
  420. One must be an inventor to read well. There is then creative reading as well as creative writing.
  421. One must know oneself. If this does not serve to discover truth, it at least serves as a rule of life and there is nothing better.
  422. One must not believe any of those mythologies about oneself as an artist.
  423. One must not cheat anyone, not even the world of its victory.
  424. One must remember that the Jews have one, tiny country, the only place they have the right and capability to defend themselves by themselves. And it is our duty and my responsibility to see that we will never compromise about that.
  425. One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.
  426. One of life’s terrible truths is that women like guys who seem to know what they’re doing.
  427. One of my biggest flaws is I don’t take advice.
  428. One of my favorite things to do is to play music really loud and dance my butt off in the morning. I’ll do it alone in my apartment. You can’t have a bad day after that.
  429. One of my great goals in life is to live long enough to where I am in the pulpit, preaching my heart out, and I die on the spot, my chin hits the pulpit – boom! – and I’m down and out. What a way to die!
  430. One of my great teachers was the late Jean-Claude Vrinat of Taillevent in Paris.
  431. One of my lungs is half gone, and the other half, because I smoked for years, has a lesion. So I can’t swim anymore and had the swimming pool covered over. Now it’s what I call the dance pavilion, and so I and my friends sit out and put music on and watch people dance.
  432. One of my major keys is actually the master keys: God.
  433. One of my movies was called ‘True Lies.’ It’s what the Democrats should have called their convention.
  434. One of my pet peeves is that sometimes the talents of my band get overlooked because, and it was the same problem that Frank Zappa had, with a lot of groups that use humor, people don’t realize there’s a lot of craft behind the comedy.
  435. One of my proudest moments is I didn’t sell my soul for the sake of popularity.
  436. One of my top tips for aspiring entrepreneurs: Tell everyone you know about your idea. This runs contrary to the instinct that most people have, because they’re afraid someone is going to ‘steal my ideal.’ Ideas alone are worth very little; it’s in the execution and market feedback that companies are made.
  437. One of Obama’s first major acts as president was to sign the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and some of the money in that bill went to Saft.
  438. One of the accidental joys of my writing life has been that I’ve had some lovely, surprisingly good fortune with readers, and I’ve brought readers to my dad’s work. I can’t tell you the joy that gives me. Because my father’s work was masterful.
  439. One of the achievements of the reform movement is that people realize that they can be democrats and remain faithful Muslims. Democracy is now an established idea.
  440. One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.
  441. One of the advantages of travelling the world is that you get to know the world broadly. And one of the advantages of staying in one place is that you get to know the world deeply.
  442. One of the best aspects of health care reform is it starts to emphasize prevention.
  443. One of the best things about Kickstarter and crowdfunding and the collapse of the music business is a lot of artists like me have been forced to face our own weird mess about ourselves and what we thought it meant to become musicians.
  444. One of the best things that ever happened to me is that I’m a woman. That is the way all females should feel.
  445. One of the best ways of understanding human nature is to study children. After all, if we want understand who we are, we should find out how we got to be that way.
  446. One of the big drivers for me is that health care is a very elitist system. As much as we try to make it free and democratic for all, the reality is that it’s expensive and not all therapies are accessible to all people. So I have been very focused on making sure that we democratize genetic information so it’s available to everyone.
  447. One of the big things I miss about New York is not my friends so much; it’s Shake Shack, the burger place. I miss Shake Shack.
  448. One of the challenges of innovation is figuring out how to wipe your mind clean about what you should be doing at any given moment, and not having a religious attachment to what’s gotten you there thus far.
  449. One of the critical issues that we have to confront is illegal immigration, because this is a multi-headed Hydra that affects our economy, our health care, our health care, our education systems, our national security, and also our local criminality.
  450. One of the darkest, deepest shames so many of us mothers feel nowadays is our fear that we are Bad Mothers, that we are failing our children and falling far short of our own ideals.
  451. One of the definitions of sanity is the ability to tell real from unreal. Soon we’ll need a new definition.
  452. One of the delights known to age, and beyond the grasp of youth, is that of Not Going.
  453. One of the dreams of Zionism was to be a bridge. Instead, we are creating exclusion between the East and the West instead of creating bridges; we are contributing to the conflict between East and West by our stupid desire to have more.
  454. One of the first auditions I had in New York was for a commercial where I had to go in and audition to be a snake charmer… It was either some bank commercial or something where they wanted a guy charming a snake… I remember they wanted to know if I actually knew how to snake charm.
  455. One of the first movies my dad took me to see was the original ‘Road Warrior.’ And I was kind of raised on the action movies of that era: ‘The Terminator’ and ‘Die Hard’ and, of course, all of the ‘Star Wars’ movies.
  456. One of the first signs of the beginning of understanding is the wish to die.
  457. One of the first times I ever performed in front of a big group of people was at my kindergarten graduation. I did, like, a Michael Jackson impersonation as, like, a five year old. I had the suit and blazer, the glove and the fedora, and I just performed a whole Michael Jackson song. I’m sure it was ‘Smooth Criminal.’
  458. One of the great advantages of cremation – apart from all sanitary conditions – lies in the swift restoration to Mother Nature of the material elements composing the physical and astral corpses, brought about by the burning.
  459. One of the great attractions of patriotism – it fulfills our worst wishes. In the person of our nation we are able, vicariously, to bully and cheat. Bully and cheat, what’s more, with a feeling that we are profoundly virtuous.
  460. One of the great currents in the contemporary experience of art is that it seems to come out of the experience of the author.
  461. One of the great debates about the Internet is whether it is making people more or less free.
  462. One of the great questions of philosophy is, do we innately have morality, or do we get it from celestial dictation? A study of the Ten Commandments is a very good way of getting into and resolving that issue.
  463. One of the great strengths of the United States is… we have a very large Christian population – we do not consider ourselves a Christian nation or a Jewish nation or a Muslim nation. We consider ourselves a nation of citizens who are bound by ideals and a set of values.
  464. One of the great things to pretend is that you’re not only alright, you’re in great shape. Now to have that come true – I’ve actually gone on stage depressed and that’s worked its magic on me, ’cause if I can convince you that I’m alright, then maybe I can convince me.
  465. One of the greatest casualties of the war in Vietnam is the Great Society… shot down on the battlefield of Vietnam.
  466. One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody.
  467. One of the greatest gifts I’ve ever gotten is my daughter.
  468. One of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with in my career is keeping my material topical even though I only release albums every three or four years.
  469. One of the Internet’s highest-profile companies, Priceline once dreamed of transforming the way consumer goods are bought and sold by offering customers the chance to ‘name your own price’ for a variety of products, including airline tickets.
  470. One of the key problems today is that politics is such a disgrace, good people don’t go into government.
  471. One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood.
  472. One of the major problems with China is that its innovation is largely borrowed technology.
  473. One of the many lessons that one learns in prison is, that things are what they are and will be what they will be.
  474. One of the many problems with the American left has been its image as something rather too solemn, mirthless, herbivorous, dull, monochrome, righteous, and boring.
  475. One of the more difficult tasks for me as president was to decide on the issue of confirming capital punishment awarded by courts… to my surprise… almost all cases which were pending had a social and economic bias.
  476. One of the more fantastic possibilities is that man will be able to make biological carbon copies of himself.
  477. One of the most destructive things that’s happening in modern society is that we are losing our sense of the bonds that bind people together – which can lead to nightmares of social collapse.
  478. One of the most distinctive evolutionary features of human beings is our unusually long, protected childhood.
  479. One of the most exciting aspects of 23andMe is that we’re enabling you to watch a revolution unfold live during your lifetime, and I think that the decoding of the genome, in my opinion, is the most fascinating discovery of our lifetime, and you get to be part of it.
  480. One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Don’t clean it up too quickly.
  481. One of the most gratifying, rewarding things is when people come up, and they tell you how the show influenced their lives in a very positive way. When I do these things like Comic Con, I get people who are lawyers, judges, plumbers, carpenters, and entire families, and it’s mostly for ‘Batman.’ But now, amazingly, it’s also for ‘Family Guy.’
  482. One of the most important things you learn from the Internet is that there is no ‘them’ out there. It’s just an awful lot of ‘us.’
  483. One of the most obvious ways dogs can improve our physical and mental health is via daily walks.
  484. One of the most practical utensils I can’t live without is my ‘Joyce Chen’ Scissors. They cut with precision.
  485. One of the most striking differences between a cat and a lie is that a cat has only nine lives.
  486. One of the most terrible feelings in the world is knowing that someone else doesn’t like you. Especially when you don’t know what you’ve done to deserve it.
  487. One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.
  488. One of the most unfortunate side effects of the urban activism of the ’60s and ’70s is the belief that development is wrong and that fighting it makes you an environmentalist.
  489. One of the pleasures of getting older and making a living the way you want to is that your social circle becomes rarified, and the people who enter have been vetted.
  490. One of the principles of nonviolence is that you leave your opponents whole and better off than you found them.
  491. One of the problems with hedge funds is that they are changing so rapidly. If you have the balance sheet that closed business last night, by 11 A.M. this morning, that won’t tell you very much about what they’re doing.
  492. One of the processes of your life is to constantly break down that inferiority, to constantly reaffirm that I Am Somebody.
  493. One of the reasons I connect to the Super Bowl is that I approach my shows like an athlete.
  494. One of the reasons I didn’t really want to do TV earlier in my career was because it is so life-consuming, and I wanted to spend time with my kids and be a mother.
  495. One of the reasons I get so much joy out of my own children’s childhoods is that I’m having my first childhood myself.
  496. One of the reasons I was so unhappy for years was because I never embraced my emotions and I was trying to stay in control.
  497. One of the reasons I’ve gotten so attached to talking to scientists is that… they know there is a reality.
  498. One of the reasons that New York became great was that it’s serviced by many, many different rivers and waterways. You have the Atlantic Ocean connected virtually right to it, and it’s serviced by the East River and the Hudson River and lots of tributaries.
  499. One of the reasons why I created the podcast called the ‘The Call-In’ that we do through Array – because as a black artist, every time I sit down with mainstream media, I’m asked about issues of race, identity and culture. No one asked what they ask my white male counterparts, which is: ‘Where do you like to put the camera?’
  500. One of the reasons why I don’t leave Northampton is that the people don’t treat me like a celebrity. I’ve been here for years; I’m just that bloke with long hair.
  501. One of the reasons why I signed up with Roc Nation was because of their ability to not just have a vision of doing things but the actual ability and resources to carry that vision out.
  502. One of the skills I had to learn and become proficient in is kissing a man. I had never kissed a man. Will Smith did it in his movies, so did Jake Gyllenhaal, and I figured it was my time. So it was me and Steve Carell – fantastic.
  503. One of the statistics that always amazes me is the approval of the Chinese government, not elected, is over 80 percent. The approval of the U.S. government, fully elected, is 19 percent. Well, we elected these people and they didn’t elect those people. Isn’t it supposed to be different? Aren’t we supposed to like the people that we elected?
  504. One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important.
  505. One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.
  506. One of the things about being a boy, especially growing up without a father, is you really don’t have that role model to teach you how to do things.
  507. One of the things about being on Twitter, for me, is mostly about just being on the pulse of what people are interested in, what people are doing and what people are looking for. I look at entertainment projects and storytelling, and I really try to think about what people want.
  508. One of the things I did when I discovered this huge importance of being vulnerable is very happily moved away from the shame research, because that’s such a downer, and people hate that topic. It’s not that vulnerability is the upside, but it’s better than shame, I guess.
  509. One of the things I don’t like about film is its incredible immersive quality. It’s kind of bullying – it’s very big, it’s very flashy, it’s got a lot of weight and it throws it around almost to the detriment of the rest of our culture.
  510. One of the things I like about a character: I always think it’s fascinating when a character can turn on a dime and go from one emotion to another. I like watching that.
  511. One of the things I like best about ‘Biggest Loser’ is being around people who are trying to make the right choices. When you feel defeated about your weight and your health, like there’s no hope, and you still make the choice to fight for it, to make the change happen no matter what people say or think, that’s inspiring to me.
  512. One of the things I miss most is that I can no longer read, due to age-related macular degeneration. I get regular injections for this, and thankfully these seem to have arrested its progress, but it’s still very difficult for me to read. That means it is hard for me to pick up my Bible and read it like I used to, and I miss that very much.
  513. One of the things I realized… is how few success stories there are in websites or products or businesses that exist primarily for an altruistic purpose.
  514. One of the things I say is from an evolutionary point of view: probably the ideal rich environment for a baby includes more mud, livestock, and relatives than most of us could tolerate nowadays.
  515. One of the things I say is, ‘You want to know what it’s like to be a baby? It’s like being in love for the first time in Paris after four double espressos.’ And boy, you are alive and conscious.
  516. One of the things I would have loved to have had was a family that worked better together, although I love my mother and father to bits.
  517. One of the things is challenging yourself to do a Rome show when everybody’s done a Rome show. To find some aspect of food culture or chef culture that people can look at in a new way.
  518. One of the things I’ve become immune to is people talking about market cap and social media platforms.
  519. One of the things that always disappointed me as a kid, growing up, was when you could tell the singer had a fancy for something different and turned the band into something else.
  520. One of the things that got me interested in genetics was the relationship between genes and environment. We are all dealt a certain deck of cards, but our environment can influence the outcomes.
  521. One of the things that I am happy about in my life as an artist is that I am not considered a Hispanic artist.
  522. One of the things that I’m really proud of is that I have really good timing. It’s very easy for me to see what’s coming up and it’s no coincidence that I went headfirst into wine and then headfirst into new media – none at all.
  523. One of the things that may get lost among all the hubbub when a company is ‘going public’ is that the business can now be owned, in part, by its greatest fans.
  524. One of the things we often miss in succession planning is that it should be gradual and thoughtful, with lots of sharing of information and knowledge and perspective, so that it’s almost a non-event when it happens.
  525. One of the triumphs of the Civil Rights Movement is that when you travel through the South today, you do not feel overwhelmed by a residue of grievance and hate.
  526. One of the very important characteristics of a student is to question. Let the students ask questions.
  527. One of the wonderful things about Oprah: She teaches you to keep on stepping.
  528. One of the worst things about racism is what it does to young people.
  529. One of the worst things you can give to your people is someone you’re not.
  530. One of your clients wants to know why a campaign went over the specified daily budget several days in a row. What would you explain to your client about how the AdWords system works?
  531. One of your industry peers’ blogs has an article that you think would strongly resonate with your own company’s buyer personas. You want to share it via social media. Do you share the article?
  532. One often contradicts an opinion when what is uncongenial is really the tone in which it was conveyed.
  533. One ought never to turn one’s back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half. Never run away from anything. Never!
  534. One ought to hold on to one’s heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.
  535. One out of four people in this country is mentally unbalanced. Think of your three closes friends; if they seem OK, then you’re the one.
  536. One person alone can’t do anything as important as bringing genuine democracy to a country.
  537. One picture is worth 1,000 denials.
  538. One reason for using Conversion Optimizer is to:
  539. One science only will one genius fit; so vast is art, so narrow human wit.
  540. One secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes.
  541. One shot, one kill.
  542. One should always be in love. That is the reason one should never marry.
  543. One should always play fairly when one has the winning cards.
  544. One should die proudly when it is no longer possible to live proudly.
  545. One should mature over 20 years.
  546. One should respect public opinion insofar as is necessary to avoid starvation and keep out of prison, but anything that goes beyond this is voluntary submission to an unnecessary tyranny.
  547. One smart man is dumber than 7 seven stupid ones.
  548. One strength of the communist system of the East is that it has some of the character of a religion and inspires the emotions of a religion.
  549. One swallow does not make a summer, but one skein of geese, cleaving the murk of March thaw, is the Spring.
  550. One tells as few lies as possible only by telling as few lies as possible, and not by having the least possible opportunity to do so.
  551. One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.
  552. One that confounds good and evil is an enemy to good.
  553. One that desires to excel should endeavor in those things that are in themselves most excellent.
  554. One thing a comedian does, when you step on the stage, you’re selling yourself, and certainly I don’t think the whole world can love you. But if you can get the majority on your side, you’re really in business.
  555. One thing about creativity is, when you feel confident and respected, you’re more likely to pitch more interesting stuff because you’re not as precious with it. You feel like, ‘This is going to land, and I’m going to be supported in this.’
  556. One thing about Los Angeles is it feels like it’s not new. It feels like it’s already been built, and it’s deteriorating, except for the places they’re trying to make nicer. But in general, you drive all through the city, and the city feels like it was new a long time ago.
  557. One thing about television, it brings out personality. People are able to watch me in action. They hear my voice and see my eyes. There’s nothing I can hide. That’s me. Television brings out your flaws, your weaknesses, your strengths, and you truths. The audience either likes you or it doesn’t.
  558. One thing above all gives charm to men’s thoughts, and this is unrest. A mind that is not uneasy irritates and bores me.
  559. One thing any DJ needs in his crate, especially at a barbecue, is a selection of 15-minute-plus jams.
  560. One thing I always did in my career was writing. I always was writing. I was trying to create things. For myself, for other people.
  561. One thing I did was grow up as an ardent naturalist. I never grew out of my bug period.
  562. One thing I don’t want to feel is marketplace pressure, so I’m really glad I enjoy teaching because I can rely on that for a salary. I think it would be such a different game if I had to write a book that has to sell well.
  563. One thing I got to do that was awesome was hang off the side of this Ferris wheel and do that stunt myself.
  564. One thing I have clear is that I don’t want to work for money anymore.
  565. One thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve.
  566. One thing I love to do is produce. I’ve produced a couple of bands. I mean, nothing ever really happened with ’em, but I enjoy getting a young band into the studio and guiding them, and making them feel at ease.
  567. One thing I love to do when I’m working out is take my watch off, take my heart strap off, and just run – not for time, not for exertion, but just to get the blood flowing.
  568. One thing I want to make clear, as far as my own rebirth is concerned, the final authority is myself and no one else, and obviously not China’s Communists.
  569. One thing I’m proud to do like a girl is represent my country in the Olympics and at the highest level, at the highest platform that I can.
  570. One thing is for certain: under President Obama, home schooling will become a huge growth industry.
  571. One thing I’ve always loved about the culture at Microsoft is there is nobody who is tougher on us, in terms of what we need to learn and do better, than the people in the company itself. You can walk down these halls, and they’ll tell you, ‘We need to do usability better, push this or that frontier.’
  572. One thing I’ve come to learn about myself is that I have to keep going.
  573. One thing I’ve never said in my whole life is, ‘Let’s have dinner at a Japanese restaurant.’
  574. One thing that helps to stretch me is to listen to other preacher’s sermons. Every year, I will listen to at least ten other preachers, both to hear God speak to me, and also to evaluate their preaching to see what I can learn and how I can improve my own preaching.
  575. One thing that I tell people all the time is, ‘I’m not going to answer a call from you after nine o’clock at night or before nine o’clock in the morning unless it’s an emergency.’
  576. One thing they never tell you about child raising is that for the rest of your life, at the drop of a hat, you are expected to know your child’s name and how old he or she is.
  577. One things guys have to remember is consistency… You can’t make up for three years of eating poorly in just one workout.
  578. One third of the economy goes through ‘QuickBooks’ in terms of businesses invoicing other businesses. Each invoice contains a connection between vendors, suppliers, and customers, and also the price of that connection. Representing the payment graph is huge opportunity and something no other company can do.
  579. One today is worth two tomorrows.
  580. One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.
  581. One travels more usefully when alone, because he reflects more.
  582. One truth stands firm. All that happens in world history rests on something spiritual. If the spiritual is strong, it creates world history. If it is weak, it suffers world history.
  583. One wants to be together with one’s family. That’s what families are about.
  584. One way or another, we all have to find what best fosters the flowering of our humanity in this contemporary life, and dedicate ourselves to that.
  585. One way to make sure crime doesn’t pay would be to let the government run it.
  586. One way to reduce the need for layoffs would be to cut back on hours, spreading the available work among more employees.
  587. One week you may be an actor, and the next week you had to be nimble enough to be a TV host. And the week after that, you might have to do some stand-up or be in an improv company or write and sing a song somewhere.
  588. One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity.
  589. One who is too insistent on his own views, finds few to agree with him.
  590. One whose knowledge is confined to books and whose wealth is in the possession of others, can use neither his knowledge nor wealth when the need for them arises.
  591. One with the law is a majority.
  592. One woman told me that every time she wears Lanvin, men fall in love with her. Another told me she wore Lanvin to face her husband’s lawyer because she felt protected. If I can make men fall in love with women and if I can protect women, I think I can die peacefully.
  593. One wonders what exactly Israel did to earn Arab enmity between 1948 and 1967, when Egypt controlled the Gaza Strip and Jordan controlled Judea and Samaria.
  594. One word from the Lord is like a piece of gold to a believer, who is like a jeweler, shaping and hammering out the promise for a number of weeks.
  595. One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice-president, and that one word is ‘to be prepared’.
  596. One would be lying if one didn’t say that one had melodies that I keep in my back pocket.
  597. One wouldn’t want to have the same dilemmas at 50 as one had at 15. And indeed I don’t. I have a very different take on life.
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  603. One’s art goes as far and as deep as one’s love goes.
  604. One’s only rival is one’s own potentialities. One’s only failure is failing to live up to one’s own possibilities. In this sense, every man can be a king, and must therefore be treated like a king.
  605. One’s own religion is after all a matter between oneself and one’s Maker and no one else’s.
  606. One’s past is what one is. It is the only way by which people should be judged.
  607. One’s philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes… and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.
  608. One’s real life is so often the life that one does not lead.
  609. Onion rings in the car cushions do not improve with time.
  610. BPSC Online Application Portal
  611. Only a liberal senator from Massachusetts would say that a 49 percent increase in funding for education was not enough.
  612. Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.
  613. Only a man who has felt ultimate despair is capable of feeling ultimate bliss.
  614. Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.
  615. Only a man’s character is the real criterion of worth.
  616. Only a philosophy of eternity, in the world today, could justify non-violence.
  617. Only a small rich fringe hates Social Security for disincentivizing 80-year-olds from seeking full-time employment.
  618. Only aim to do your duty, and mankind will give you credit where you fail.
  619. Only Americans can hurt America.
  620. Only as far as the masters of the world have called in nature to their aid, can they reach the height of magnificence. This is the meaning of their hanging-gardens, villas, garden-houses, islands, parks, and preserves.
  621. Only black holes of very low mass would emit a significant amount of radiation.
  622. Only by contending with challenges that seem to be beyond your strength to handle at the moment you can grow more surely toward the stars.
  623. Only by learning to live in harmony with your contradictions can you keep it all afloat.
  624. Only entropy comes easy.
  625. Only free men can negotiate. A prisoner cannot enter into contracts.
  626. Only God Himself fully appreciates the influence of a Christian mother in the molding of character in her children.
  627. Only God who made us can touch us and change us and save us from ourselves.
  628. Only he can take great resolves who has indomitable faith in God and has fear of God.
  629. Only he can understand what a farm is, what a country is, who shall have sacrificed part of himself to his farm or country, fought to save it, struggled to make it beautiful. Only then will the love of farm or country fill his heart.
  630. Only he is successful in his business who makes that pursuit which affords him the highest pleasure sustain him.
  631. Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.
  632. Only in growth, reform, and change, paradoxically enough, is true security to be found.
  633. Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial ‘we.’
  634. Only men who are not interested in women are interested in women’s clothes. Men who like women never notice what they wear.
  635. Only on paper has humanity yet achieved glory, beauty, truth, knowledge, virtue, and abiding love.
  636. Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.
  637. Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.
  638. Only our individual faith in freedom can keep us free.
  639. Only remember west of the Mississippi it’s a little more look, see, act. A little less rationalize, comment, talk.
  640. Only reprobates father children and then abandon them.
  641. Only silence perfects silence.
  642. Only Socrates knew, after a lifetime of unceasing labor, that he was ignorant. Now every high-school student knows that. How did it become so easy?
  643. Only strength can cooperate. Weakness can only beg.
  644. Only that day dawns to which we are awake.
  645. Only the aspirants for president are fool enough to believe what they read in the newspapers.
  646. Only the educated are free.
  647. Only the man who does not need it, is fit to inherit wealth, the man who would make his fortune no matter where he started.
  648. Only the man who stands can get knocked down with pride.
  649. Only the paranoid survive.
  650. Only the prepared speaker deserves to be confident.
  651. Only the public can make a star. It’s the studios who try to make a system out of it.
  652. Only the shallow know themselves.
  653. Only the supernatural love of God through changed lives can solve the problems that we face in our world.
  654. Only the unknown frightens men. But once a man has faced the unknown, that terror becomes the known.
  655. Only the unloved hate; the unloved and the unnatural.
  656. Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change.
  657. Only those are fit to live who are not afraid to die.
  658. Only those things are beautiful which are inspired by madness and written by reason.
  659. Only those who want everything done for them are bored.
  660. Only traumatised people want to be famous.
  661. Only when a man’s life comes to its end in prosperity dare we pronounce him happy.
  662. Only when Christ comes again will the little white children of Alabama walk hand in hand with little black children.
  663. Only when inspired to go beyond consciousness by some extraordinary insight does beauty manifest unexpectedly.
  664. Only when manhood is dead – and it will perish when ravaged femininity no longer sustains it – only then will we know what it is to be free.
  665. Only when you drink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing. And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb. And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.
  666. Only you can control your future.
  667. Open-minded people tend to be interested in Buddhism because Buddha urged people to investigate things – he didn’t just command them to believe.
  668. Open minds and empty heads are not the same.
  669. Open your eyes, look within. Are you satisfied with the life you’re living?
  670. Opera is complex for those who perform it, but also for those who listen to it. It takes more time, more patience and more spirit of sacrifice. All this is well worth it because opera offers such deep sensations that they will remain in a heart for a lifetime.
  671. Opera singing is in every way of inestimable value; a real heritage for all mankind that has been reached over centuries of studies, attempts, flights of the spirit.
  672. Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and the war on terrorism have reduced the pace of military transformation and have revealed our lack of preparation for defensive and stability operations. This Administration has overextended our military.
  673. Opinion is like a pendulum and obeys the same law. If it goes past the centre of gravity on one side, it must go a like distance on the other; and it is only after a certain time that it finds the true point at which it can remain at rest.
  674. Opium teaches only one thing, which is that aside from physical suffering, there is nothing real.
  675. Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them.
  676. Opportunities to find deeper powers within ourselves come when life seems most challenging.
  677. Opportunity dances with those already on the dance floor.
  678. Opportunity looks a lot like hard work.
  679. Opportunity makes a thief.
  680. Oppressed people cannot remain oppressed forever. The yearning for freedom eventually manifests itself.
  681. Oprah has been a true inspiration to me, so I’m truly grateful both to her for taking the time to speak with me, and to the folks at ‘DWTS’ who set it all up.
  682. Oprah Winfrey is a big role model for me from a business capacity and a creative capacity. She is an incredible interviewer who cultivated a certain style by inserting her own personhood into a show on national television at a time when no one was talking about empowerment, spirituality, or our inner lives.
  683. Optimism is a kind of heart stimulant – the digitalis of failure.
  684. Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.
  685. Optimism – the doctrine or belief that everything is beautiful, including what is ugly.
  686. Optimist: day dreamer more elegantly spelled.
  687. Optimist is the one who thinks bullshit is a fertilizer.
  688. Oral Roberts was a man of God and a great friend in ministry. I loved him as a brother.
  689. Oral storytelling goes back so long ago, and those stories that were told orally were always layered and changed with time.
  690. Order is heaven’s first law.
  691. Order, unity, and continuity are human inventions, just as truly as catalogues and encyclopedias.
  692. Order without liberty and liberty without order are equally destructive.
  693. Ordinary morality is innate in my view.
  694. Ordinary morality is only for ordinary people.
  695. Ordinary riches can be stolen; real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you.
  696. Organic architecture seeks superior sense of use and a finer sense of comfort, expressed in organic simplicity.
  697. Organic buildings are the strength and lightness of the spiders’ spinning, buildings qualified by light, bred by native character to environment, married to the ground.
  698. Organization charts and fancy titles count for next to nothing.
  699. Organize yourself so you aren’t struggling to shop at the last minute. When you have real food, it’s very easy to cook.
  700. Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.
  701. Originalism is sort of subspecies of textualism. Textualism means you are governed by the text. That’s the only thing that is relevant to your decision, not whether the outcome is desirable, not whether legislative history says this or that. But the text of the statute.
  702. Originalism says that when you consult the text, you give it the meaning it had when it was adopted, not some later modern meaning.
  703. Originally, I came from Texas, and we lived on – I guess you’d call it welfare, what we called relief.
  704. Originally, I think, I wanted to be an actor. But I got into broadcasting by accident, if you will, because I needed money to pay for my college education. I applied for a summer announcing job at a couple of radio stations.
  705. Originally, I thought, ‘Gollum’s such a fantastic character, why are you doing him CG? Surely you need to be able to humanise him as much as possible – he’s so full of pathos and real emotion.’
  706. Originally, theater was my life. It was what I assumed I’d spend my working life doing – if I was lucky. Then along came movies.
  707. Originally when I went off to work on ‘The Lord of The Rings’ I got a call from my agent saying that I was just going to do a voice. But I couldn’t really approach it like that. To get Gollum’s voice I had to play the character.
  708. Orthodoxy is the diehard of the world of thought. It learns not, neither can it forget.
  709. Osama bin Laden characterized his terrorist activities as ‘defensive jihad,’ provoked by ‘debauched infidels’ bent on enslaving the Muslim world. The lead industry blamed ‘ignorant parents’ for applying lead paint to juvenile furniture.
  710. Osteoporosis is a disease that attacks the bones in your body. It happens to really almost everyone when they get really old. But for women, after menopause, they can lose up to 30 percent of their bone mass.
  711. Other female rappers are overly sexual, have no wit, and their lyrics are so generic. I want to change the game to make rap that shows I’m not a normal female rapper – it’s not about how rich I am, how much sex I have, or how many boyfriends I have. That’s just not me.
  712. Other than a short article I read in 2008 when the real story broke, I have not followed the Clark Rockefeller case, and ‘Schroder’ is not a novelization of that story.
  713. Other than friends and family, my favorite things are New York and stand-up. I love doing comedy in New York – I can do way more stand-up here than in Los Angeles.
  714. Other than Green Day, we haven’t had a lot of protest music over the past few decades.
  715. Other than obvious errors like forgetting a line, often I can’t see any difference between take one and take 20.
  716. Other than the ‘Sesame Street’ soundtrack, which I was obsessed with, the first artist I really felt I’d discovered on my own was Amy Winehouse. She was the first female artist I wanted to write like and sing like and be like.
  717. Our abode in this world is transitory, our life therein is but a loan, our breaths are numbered and our indolence is manifest.
  718. Our admiration of the antique is not admiration of the old, but of the natural.
  719. Our aim may be as high as the endless sky, but we should have a resolve in our minds to walk ahead, hand-in-hand, for victory will be ours.
  720. Our aim should be to make India a global R&D hub.
  721. Our ambition should be to rule ourselves, the true kingdom for each one of us; and true progress is to know more, and be more, and to do more.
  722. Our ancestors are totally essential to our every waking moment, although most of us don’t even have the faintest idea about their lives, their trials, their hardships or challenges.
  723. Our approach to medicine is very 19th-century. We are still in the dark ages. We really need to get to the molecular level so that we are no longer groping about in the dark.
  724. Our attitude towards others determines their attitude towards us.
  725. Our babies are like penguins; penguin babies can’t exist unless more than one person is taking care of them. They just can’t keep going.
  726. Our best thoughts come from others.
  727. Our brain is mapping the world. Often that map is distorted, but it’s a map with constant immediate sensory input.
  728. Our brand of democracy is hard. But I can promise that a year from now, when I no longer hold this office, I’ll be right there with you as a citizen – inspired by those voices of fairness and vision, of grit and good humor and kindness that have helped America travel so far.
  729. Our business model is primarily that of consulting, engineering, system integration, and managed services.
  730. Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking.
  731. Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.
  732. Our children are angry. The profanity is out in the street. It’s on the buses and in the subway. Our children are trying to tell us something, and we are not listening.Our children are angry. The profanity is out in the street. It’s on the buses and in the subway. Our children are trying to tell us something, and we are not listening.
  733. Our children lost our direction because they have been compromised. They have found freedom at the ballot box, and then they have taken on plastic chains around their minds and souls and mortgage their future on credit cards. They have to learn better – they have to learn the value of ideas and health as opposed to wealth.
  734. Our children see us a certain way, and we want to be seen by them in a certain way. I certainly want to be a strong, stable, loving, consistent presence in my children’s lives. But we are human beings, too.
  735. Our civilization, such as it is, was shaped by religion, and the men who aspire to public office anyplace in the free world must make obeisance to God or risk immediate opprobrium.
  736. Our clothes are not always beautiful on the hanger, but put them on, and they fit like bathing suits.
  737. Our combat mission is ending, but our commitment to Iraq’s future is not.
  738. Our country has the oldest tradition of storytelling, and this was much before writing stories even became a norm.
  739. Our country is now geared to an arms economy bred in an artificially induced psychosis of war hysteria and an incessant propaganda of fear.
  740. Our country is now taking so steady a course as to show by what road it will pass to destruction, to wit: by consolidation of power first, and then corruption, its necessary consequence.
  741. Our country was not built to support blood dynasties or to elevate the rich and famous to a higher ethical or constitutional plain.
  742. Our culture already has a number of well known stories about artificial life and non-human intelligence. In ‘Exegesis,’ I’ve tried to not only tell a new and engaging story but also to comment on those well known stories through the details of my novel.
  743. Our current obsession with creativity is the result of our continued striving for immortality in an era when most people no longer believe in an after-life.
  744. Our daily deeds as ordinary South Africans must produce an actual South African reality that will reinforce humanity’s belief in justice, strengthen its confidence in the nobility of the human soul, and sustain all our hopes for a glorious life for all.
  745. Our Declaration of Independence was held sacred by all and thought to include all; but now, to aid in making the bondage of the Negro universal and eternal, it is assailed, sneered at, construed, hawked at, and torn, till, if its framers could rise from their graves, they could not at all recognize it.
  746. Our defense is in the preservation of the spirit which prizes liberty as a heritage of all men, in all lands, everywhere. Destroy this spirit and you have planted the seeds of despotism around your own doors.
  747. Our democracy, our constitutional framework is really a kind of software for harnessing the creativity and political imagination for all of our people. The American democratic system was an early political version of Napster.
  748. Our desires always disappoint us; for though we meet with something that gives us satisfaction, yet it never thoroughly answers our expectation.
  749. Our DNA is as a consumer company – for that individual customer who’s voting thumbs up or thumbs down. That’s who we think about. And we think that our job is to take responsibility for the complete user experience. And if it’s not up to par, it’s our fault, plain and simply.
  750. Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.
  751. Our engineering departments build freeways which destroy a city or a landscape, in the process.
  752. Our environment, the world in which we live and work, is a mirror of our attitudes and expectations.
  753. Our environments shape the way we see ourselves. If you have been condemned to live in an area that is pretty evidently a rat-run, then sooner or later you’re gonna come to the conclusion that you’re a rat.
  754. Our existence is beyond our explanation, whether we believe in God or we have religion or we’re atheist. Our existence is beyond our understanding. No one has an answer.
  755. Our experience is that it is not terribly difficult to do business in China. But the issue is, how much stability do you have in terms of what you negotiate up front and when you’ve got your feet and your investments on the ground.
  756. Our failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq thus far has been deeply troubling, and our intelligence-gathering process needs thorough and unbiased investigation.
  757. Our faith comes in moments; our vice is habitual.
  758. Our family was on the lunatic fringe. My mother was always completely irrepressible. My father made crowd noises into a microphone.
  759. Our family were outsiders, and I’ve always had a sense of the outsider, the underdog, and a strong sense of justice towards people who are excluded.
  760. Our fatigue is often caused not by work, but by worry, frustration and resentment.
  761. Our femtosecond snapshots can examine a molecule at discrete instants in time.
  762. Our films are changing so people across the world can see them – when ‘Highway’ premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, a Polish lady said to me, ‘It has a strong message for women.’ So it’s good to know our films are connecting universally.
  763. Our forces saved the remnants of the Jewish people of Europe for a new life and a new hope in the reborn land of Israel. Along with all men of good will, I salute the young state and wish it well.
  764. Our frequent initiatives to normalise relations with Pakistan are not a sign of our weakness; rather, they are an indication of our commitment to peace.
  765. Our friends at the Republican convention were more than happy to talk about everything they think is wrong with America, but they didn’t have much to say about how they’d make it right. They want your vote, but they don’t want you to know their plan.
  766. Our goal is not to produce immediate results. We’ve been tasked with producing long-term results. That means that there’s more risk in any individual thing we take on. But we still aspire to a strong return on investment.
  767. Our goal is to make the best devices in the world, not to be the biggest.
  768. Our government declared that it is conducting some kind of great reforms. In reality, no real reforms were begun and no one at any point has declared a coherent programme.
  769. Our government has kept us in a perpetual state of fear – kept us in a continuous stampede of patriotic fervor – with the cry of grave national emergency.
  770. Our government is founded upon the intelligence of the people. I for one do not despair of the republic. I have great confidence in the virtue of the great majority of the people, and I cannot fear the result.
  771. Our great struggle in medicine these days is not just with ignorance and uncertainty. It’s also with complexity: how much you have to make sure you have in your head and think about. There are a thousand ways things can go wrong.
  772. Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.
  773. Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
  774. Our greatest happiness does not depend on the condition of life in which chance has placed us, but is always the result of a good conscience, good health, occupation, and freedom in all just pursuits.
  775. Our growing softness, our increasing lack of physical fitness, is a menace to our security.
  776. Our health-care morass is like the problems of global warming and the national debt – the kind of vast policy failure that is far easier to get into than to get out of. Americans say that they want leaders who will take on these problems.
  777. Our heart glows, and secret unrest gnaws at the root of our being. Dealing with the unconscious has become a question of life for us.
  778. Our heritage and ideals, our code and standards – the things we live by and teach our children – are preserved or diminished by how freely we exchange ideas and feelings.
  779. Our higher education system is one of the things that makes America exceptional. There’s no place else that has the assets we do when it comes to higher education. People from all over the world aspire to come here and study here. And that is a good thing.
  780. Our history is not our destiny.
  781. Our houses are such unwieldy property that we are often imprisoned rather than housed by them.
  782. Our human compassion binds us the one to the other – not in pity or patronizingly, but as human beings who have learnt how to turn our common suffering into hope for the future.
  783. Our ideas must be as broad as Nature if they are to interpret Nature.
  784. Our incapacity to comprehend other cultures stems from our insistence on measuring things in our own terms.
  785. Our insignificance is often the cause of our safety.
  786. Our interaction as patients with the NHS should be on the basis that there’s a presumption that all information is shared with us.
  787. Our inventions are wont to be pretty toys, which distract our attention from serious things. They are but improved means to an unimproved end.
  788. Our job is to do two things – to defeat Donald Trump and to elect Hillary Clinton. It is easy to boo, but it is harder to look your kids in the face if we are living under a Trump presidency.
  789. Our judgments when we are pleased and friendly are not the same as when we are pained and hostile.
  790. Our language is the reflection of ourselves. A language is an exact reflection of the character and growth of its speakers.
  791. Our laws need to reflect the evolution of technology and the changing expectations of American society. This is why the Constitution is often called a ‘living’ document.
  792. Our life is composed greatly from dreams, from the unconscious, and they must be brought into connection with action. They must be woven together.
  793. Our life is frittered away by detail… simplify, simplify.
  794. Our life of poverty is as necessary as the work itself. Only in heaven will we see how much we owe to the poor for helping us to love God better because of them.
  795. Our lifetime may be the last that will be lived out in a technological society.
  796. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
  797. Our logo for Lanvin is a mother and a daughter. I’ve always said, ‘It’s not a lion, and it’s not a horse. It’s a mother and a daughter.’ I find the logo very emotional.
  798. Our managers need to have a strong integration of managerial skills and technical understanding. One cannot substitute for the other.
  799. Our material eye cannot see that a stupid chauvinism is driving us from one noisy, destructive, futile agitation to another.
  800. Our military has to be strengthened. Our vets have to be taken care of. We have to end Obamacare, and we have to make our country great again, and I will do that.
  801. Our milk chocolate is very chocolaty. In fact, we don’t call it milk chocolate – we call it milky chocolate.
  802. Our minds are finite, and yet even in these circumstances of finitude we are surrounded by possibilities that are infinite, and the purpose of life is to grasp as much as we can out of that infinitude.
  803. Our minds influence the key activity of the brain, which then influences everything; perception, cognition, thoughts and feelings, personal relationships; they’re all a projection of you.
  804. Our minds work in real time, which begins at the Big Bang and will end, if there is a Big Crunch – which seems unlikely, now, from the latest data showing accelerating expansion. Consciousness would come to an end at a singularity.
  805. Our modern society – especially in the West, and especially now – reveres youth.
  806. Our modern states are preparing for war without even knowing the future enemy.
  807. Our moments of inspiration are not lost though we have no particular poem to show for them; for those experiences have left an indelible impression, and we are ever and anon reminded of them.
  808. Our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. And we are all mortal.
  809. Our most important task is to transform our consciousness so that violence is no longer an option for us in our personal lives, that understanding that a world of peace is possible only if we relate to each other as peaceful beings, one individual at a time.
  810. Our movements reveal a great deal about who we are. A record of our locations over time can reveal whether we go to tent revivals or radical political meetings, abortion clinics or AIDS doctors.
  811. Our music is never going to stop someone from bullying someone else. But you should be your own person.
  812. Our nation must come together to unite.
  813. Our Nation must defend the sanctity of marriage.
  814. Our nature consists in motion; complete rest is death.
  815. Our necessities never equal our wants.
  816. Our need for certainty in an endeavor as uncertain as raising children makes explicit ‘how-to-parent’ strategies both seductive and dangerous.
  817. Our new Constitution is now established, everything seems to promise it will be durable; but, in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes.
  818. Our nuclear scientists and engineers have done a splendid job, and naturally, the entire nation has risen to salute their professional excellence, discipline, and patriotism. They have had the benefit of having been led in the past by great men like Homi Bhabha and Vikram Sarabhai.
  819. Our nuclear weapons are meant purely as a deterrent against nuclear adventure by an adversary.
  820. Our objective should be to firmly deal with terrorism and its sponsors, financiers, and arms suppliers. At the same time, our doors should always be open for processes which would restore peace, development, and progress to societies which have been devastated by terrorism over many generations.
  821. Our obligation is to give meaning to life and in doing so to overcome the passive, indifferent life.
  822. Our passions are like convulsion fits, which, though they make us stronger for a time, leave us the weaker ever after.
  823. Our patience will achieve more than our force.
  824. Our peace shall stand as firm as rocky mountains.
  825. Our pets rely on us entirely for their nutrition. So if you’re making your own judgments, that could lead to a mistake. At the same time, we have more control over our pet’s diet than we do with our children or with ourselves, so your vet can tell you what is appropriate for your dog and you can assign them that.
  826. Our pleasures were simple – they included survival.
  827. Our politicians are stupid. And the Mexican government is much smarter, much sharper, much more cunning. And they send the bad ones over because they don’t want to pay for them. They don’t want to take care of them. Why should they when the stupid leaders of the United States will do it for them?
  828. Our population and our use of the finite resources of planet Earth are growing exponentially, along with our technical ability to change the environment for good or ill.
  829. Our position is that we do not accept conditions of any kind which may affect the independence and sovereignty of our country just with the view to solve economic problems existing between the United States and Cuba.
  830. Our posturings, our imagined self-importance, the delusion that we have some privileged position in the universe, are challenged by this point of pale light. Our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark.
  831. Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if you can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.
  832. Our priority is to go after ISIL. And so what we have said is that we are not engaging in a military action against the Syrian regime. We are going after ISIL facilities and personnel who are using Syria as a safe haven, in service of our strategy in Iraq.
  833. Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man. And man can be as big as he wants. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings.
  834. Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource.
  835. Our public life withers when only the most extreme voices get attention. Most of all, democracy breaks down when the average person feels their voice doesn’t matter; that the system is rigged in favor of the rich or the powerful or some narrow interest.
  836. Our purpose is to be up here to resolve these issues. Our purpose is to be up here and represent the people.
  837. Our real problem, then, is not our strength today; it is rather the vital necessity of action today to ensure our strength tomorrow.
  838. Our response has been, ‘Well, let’s then make an effort to get the Israelis and the Palestinians to sit around the table.’ That hasn’t happened. So we only have ourselves to blame for this crisis.
  839. Our responsibility is to captivate you for however long we’ve asked for your attention. That said, there is tremendous drama to be gotten from the great, what you would say, heavy issues.
  840. Our Revolution emerged where it was least expected by the empire, in a hemisphere where it was used to acting like an all-powerful master.
  841. Our school systems have to realize that everybody doesn’t learn the same way, and no one learns without some emotional support.
  842. Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.
  843. Our settlement of land is without regard to the best use of land.
  844. Our shows have always been sort of an all-generations thing, people from 6 to 60.
  845. Our single most important challenge is therefore to help establish a social order in which the freedom of the individual will truly mean the freedom of the individual.
  846. Our skin is very thin. It doesn’t take much for us to jump off a ledge or to kill one another. It can happen very, very quickly.
  847. Our society is divided by the culture wars into the Left and Right, and the United Methodist Church has always stood historically in the center and has been willing to listen to and to bring together those things that often are found in opposite camps.
  848. Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we’re being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I’m liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That’s what’s insane about it.
  849. Our society strives to avoid any possibility of offending anyone – except God.
  850. Our soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen volunteer to protect and defend this country and all its citizens, and do so with honor, integrity and excellence. Our nation continually asks them to do more and more, with less and less.
  851. Our soul is cast into a body, where it finds number, time, dimension. Thereupon it reasons, and calls this nature necessity, and can believe nothing else.
  852. Our species needs, and deserves, a citizenry with minds wide awake and a basic understanding of how the world works.
  853. Our stories come from our lives and from the playwright’s pen, the mind of the actor, the roles we create, the artistry of life itself and the quest for peace.
  854. Our task must be to free ourselves by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty.
  855. Our teachers deserve better feedback.
  856. Our technological powers increase, but the side effects and potential hazards also escalate.
  857. Our thinking and our behaviour are always in anticipation of a response. It is therefore fear-based.
  858. Our time is so specialised that we have people who know more and more or less and less.
  859. Our traditional oil and gas philosophy does not have conservation as a crucial component, and we can ill afford to continue to spend billions of dollars which are not reflected in the improved human capital of our country.
  860. Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge. We are perpetually on the way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind.
  861. Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.
  862. Our understanding of how DNA informs our health and development is advancing at an incredible pace.
  863. Our uniqueness makes us special, makes perception valuable – but it can also make us lonely. This loneliness is different from being ‘alone’: You can be lonely even surrounded by people. The feeling I’m talking about stems from the sense that we can never fully share the truth of who we are. I experienced this acutely at an early age.
  864. Our universities advocate fragmentation in their course systems.
  865. Our vanity is hardest to wound precisely when our pride has just been wounded.
  866. Our visions begin with our desires.
  867. Our words, actions, and diplomatic efforts should be aimed at trying to achieve pragmatic goals rather than creating rhetorical effect.
  868. Our world faces a true planetary emergency. I know the phrase sounds shrill, and I know it’s a challenge to the moral imagination.
  869. Ours is a multi-religious country, a multi-lingual country; we have many different modes of worship. We believe in peaceful and harmonious co-existence.
  870. Ours is a nation of laws: of citizens who live under them and for the citizens who enforce them. So, to a community in Ferguson that is rightly hurting and looking for answers, let me call once again for us to seek some understanding rather than simply holler at each other. Let’s seek to heal rather than to wound each other.
  871. Ours is an age of pedagogy. Anxious parents instruct their children more and more, at younger and younger ages, until they’re reading books to babies in the womb.
  872. Ours not to reason why, ours but to do and die.
  873. Out of 6 billion humans, the troublemakers are just a handful.
  874. Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.
  875. Out of the frying pan, into the fire.
  876. ‘Outlaw Cook’ was a revelation. Folks like Jeff Smith and Marcella Hazan got me interested in cooking, but John Thorne pushed me into the path that I follow to this day. This is the only cookbook I’ve ever read that understands how men really eat: over the sink, in the dark, greasy to the elbows.
  877. Outlook 2003 did create the idea of search folders and the whole Longhorn philosophy. You can see it at work in search folders, where instead of having to drop things into individual folders, and things exist only in one folder, you create these search folders and you have the criteria for the search folder.
  878. Outside India, Chris Brown, Bruno Mars, Beyonce, and Rihanna are my favourites. I also like Justin Bieber. I like Western jazz and pop. Been a classical singer, I have sung a song ‘Auliya,’ a fusion of Western and Indian classical.
  879. Outside of the Constitution we have no legal authority more than private citizens, and within it we have only so much as that instrument gives us. This broad principle limits all our functions and applies to all subjects.
  880. Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth.
  881. Outsiders tend to be the first to recognize the inadequacies of our social institutions. But, precisely because they are outsiders, they are usually in a poor position to fix them.
  882. Over the course of my life, I have made many transitions – most of them taking me further away from my Somali roots and steadily toward the enlightened mentality of Western democracy.
  883. Over the last 15 months, we’ve traveled to every corner of the United States. I’ve now been in 57 states? I think one left to go.
  884. Over the last couple of years, I’ve really worked toward balancing my life out more, having a little bit more time with friends, family and my boyfriend. There was a period of time when they were way down the list. It was all about music and touring and if everything fell by the wayside, so be it.
  885. Over the long term, there will be many more billion-dollar technology companies than there are today.
  886. Over the past 100 years, there have been three major periods of tax-rate cuts in the U.S.: the Harding-Coolidge cuts of the mid-1920s; the Kennedy cuts of the mid-1960s; and the Reagan cuts of the early 1980s. Each of these periods of tax cuts was remarkably successful as measured by virtually any public policy metric.
  887. Over the past decade… while many businesses have pursued what I call ‘business as usual,’ I have been part of a different, smaller business movement, one that tried to put idealism back on the agenda.
  888. Over the past few years, the road to confrontation has shown its consequences: loss of innocent lives, destruction and fear. Most costly, however, was the loss of hope. The most precious gift that you can present to your peoples over the coming weeks is renewed hope born out of tangible progress on the ground.
  889. Over the years, I had nurtured the hope to be able to fly; to handle a machine as it rose higher and higher in the stratosphere was my dearest dream.
  890. Over the years, I played with a couple of spectacular guitar players, and playing with them has made me play better than I knew how to play. I hope the same thing is true with acting.
  891. Over the years, I was never really driven to become a solo artist, but I was curious to find out who I was as an individual creative person. It’s taken some time, but now I feel I’ve truly paid my dues. I guess I’m at a point now where I’m more comfortable in my own skin.
  892. Over the years, I’ve learned that if you can just hang in there and, regardless of what’s presented to you, take it as a challenge and try to bring in something fresh, then it works.
  893. Over the years I’ve seen people lose a spouse and then withdraw and lose interest in life, and I believe we need to resist that.
  894. Over the years, I’ve spent time in Saudi Arabia, the Bekaa Valley, Afghanistan, Jordan, and Kenya, among other vacation hotspots.
  895. Over the years, people have asked me, ‘Do you think there should be a separate category for acting in the digital realm? Or hybrid sort of awards for digital characters?’ and so on. And I’ve always really maintained that I don’t believe so.
  896. Over the years Woodstock got glorified and romanticised and became the event that symbolised Utopia. It’s the last page of our collective memory of the age of innocence. Then things turned ugly and would never be the same again.
  897. Over these years, I have irrevocably transferred a significant part of the shareholding in Wipro, amounting to 39% of the shares of Wipro, to a trust.
  898. Over time I think we will probably see a closer merger of biological intelligence and digital intelligence.
  899. Over time, I’ve paid attention, taken notes and forgotten easily half of everything I’ve gone through.
  900. Over time, yes, countries will need to look at specific GMO products like they look at drugs today, where they don’t approve them all. They look hard at the safety and the testing. And they make sure that the benefits far outweigh any of the downsides.
  901. Overall, female scientists have fewer resources than male scientists, just as poor people have less access to health care. But if you compare male and female scientists with identical resources, you find that the women are just as likely to be successful.
  902. Overcoming the Cold War required courage from the people of Central and Eastern Europe and what was then the German Democratic Republic, but it also required the steadfastness of Western partner over many decades when many had long lost hope of integration of the two Germanys and Europe.
  903. Overnight stardom can be harmful to your mental health. Yeah. It has ruined a lot of people.
  904. Owing to some peculiarity in my nervous system, I have perception of some things, which no one else has; or at least very few, if any… I can throw rays from every quarter of the universe into one vast focus.
  905. Own only what you can always carry with you: know languages, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.
  906. Owners of dogs will have noticed that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they will think you are God. Whereas owners of cats are compelled to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are God.
  907. Owning a great golf course gives you great power.
  908. Owning great landmarks such as the Empire State Building or Trump Tower or the General Motors Building or the Plaza Hotel – there are certain just spectacular landmarks – it’s an honor; it’s really an honor.
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