Sho Sakurai Quotes
There is the type of pleasure that can only be found by going through hard times.
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Thank you for loving me
For being my eyes
When I couldn't see
For parting my lips
When I couldn?t breathe
Thank you for loving me
Jon Bon Jovi
The history of women is the history of the worst form of tyranny the world has ever known. The tyranny of the weak over the strong. It is the only tyranny that lasts.
We may express them [emotions] physically slightly differently, and it's of course graded depending on the circumstance, but the essence of the process is going to be the same, unless one of us is not quite well put together and is missing something, otherwise it's going to be the same.
I feel that the thing about film and particularly about TV, actually, is it's being created now. We're living in the best time so far because there are many more women writing and women directing, women producing, and people are finally catching on to the fact that women want to go and buy tickets to see female characters and more than one in a film. So I actually think it's a very fertile time to be a woman over 40.
It's important to push yourself to get better at your craft - whatever that is. It's important to grow and evolve with each project.
I also do political cartoons, but a lot of them must stay, as they say, under the coat. But they are very fun to do, and in France, we have a good subject at the moment.
It is the triumph of civilization that at last communities have obtained such a mastery over natural laws that they drive and control them. The winds, the water, electricity, all aliens that in their wild form were dangerous, are now controlled by human will, and are made useful servants.
Henry Ward Beecher
It is harder to fight pleasure than to fight emotion.
For pleasure is a state of soul, and to each man that which he is said to be a lover of is pleasant.
I'm sure this Jesus will not do Either for Englishman or Jew.
I fell in love with my country - its rivers, prairies, forests, mountains, cities and people. No one can take my love of country away from me! I felt then, as I do now, it's a rich, fertile, beautiful land, capable of satisfying all the needs of its people. It could be a paradise on earth if it belonged to the people, not to a small owning class.
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
If the seventies were bulbous, and the eighties sharp, the nineties were nothing but bogus.