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It’s not about time, it’s about choices. How are you spending your choices?
– Beverly AbamoRate it:
It’s not about what you can’t do,it's all about what we can do together.
– sindiswa matyobeniRate it:
It’s not because we fear to venture out of the norm into the unknown, it’s because we fear the unknown that we don’t venture out of the norm.
– RJ Intindola – (Gandolfo)Rate it:
It’s not easy to write a poem about a poem.
– Dejan StojanovicRate it:
It’s not poverty that is to blame for the weak African responses to Ebola, but bad leadership.
– Oyewale TomoriRate it:
It’s not really that I hate capitalism; I really couldn’t care less what kind of system of economic distribution we have, as long as it works for the good of all.
– Oscar Auliq-IceRate it:
it’s not until you travel abroad (or buy certain business services) that you realise how annoying it would be not to have sales taxes (VAT, duty etc) included in the price of things you buy
– Aveek BhattacharyaRate it:
It’s not your lack of knowledge that bothers me, it’s your impertinence to greater knowledge itself.
– CometanRate it:
It’s perhaps impossible to make a person feel the humane views if s/he has mortgaged her/his emotions to buy and enjoy the material luxuries & make it a way of life.
– Anuj SomanyRate it:
It’s quite natural for an emotional person to feel like fooling oneself by being regular in saying things factual and on seeing the type of people often being either praised or projected to be intellectual.
– Anuj SomanyRate it:
It’s rare you’re going to see a very successful services company that’s taking market share and enjoying disproportionate growth that is not in some way leveraging technology either to differentiate their service, or to enable scalability.
– Robbert VorhoffRate it:
It’s sick out there and getting sicker!
– Bob GrantRate it:
It’s so free to know that I do not have to compensate or make excuses for being treated poorly in relationships. I can simply move forward knowing I deserve better.
– Renae A. SauterRate it:
It’s tough being a person.
– Joyce HoffmanRate it:
It’s unconscionable,” said Nicholas Alahverdian. “We have dead Rhode Island kids while Gina Raimondo mingles in glitzy ballrooms raising funds for her campaign — policies which, by practice, include the disregard of DCYF-related killings.”
– Nicholas AlahverdianRate it:
It’s wonderful to know that the power to define who I am rests solely with me. If I decide I am an artist, or a poet, a teacher or a writer then; I am
– Renae A. SauterRate it:
Ive had the best possible chance of learning that what the working-classes really need is to be allowed some part in the direction of public affairs, Doctorto develop their abilities, their understanding and their self-respect.
– Henrik IbsenRate it:
Ive often thought that if our zoning boards could be put in charge of botanists, of zoologists and geologists, and people who know about the earth, we would have much more wisdom in such planning than we have when we leave it to the engineers.
– William O. DouglasRate it:
I´ve come across a few of them through the years, thought that I got rid of them, Fate wanted otherwise..
– CzonRate it:
I’d developed the concept over time as a practitioner back in my General Electric and International Paper days, and I’d been teaching the 4C’s to my students at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill since I’d been appointed to the chair professorship in 1986 as well as expounding on it in executive education programs and consulting work I was doing in the U.S. and Europe during that same time. I was also writing a column for the leading trade magazine “Advertising Age” for a few years and I first wrote about the 4C’s for publication in one of those columns, sometime in the year 1990.
– Robert F. LauterbornRate it:
I’d like to believe that our very essence is that of love. At times it’s hard to believe when our experiences remind us of the cold, callous, selfish and liars out there who’ve crossed our paths and hurt us. These hurts have led us to protect our selves by hiding out and shunning our light, our love and our essence from the rest of the world. In the name of self-preservation we, in turn, have become cold, callous, selfish and liars, therefore passing down the cycle of pain to the next generation, forcing them to do the same to protect themselves. The cycle breaks once a single person makes the decision to be vulnerable, to be frail to be their essence, knowing that it could very well lead to a world of pain. In the end, it is worth it to one day have the world full of people who are unafraid of their light and are willing to love unconditionally without fear or consequence. This is the world I would like to live in. This is the world we owe to the future generations
– Ahmed KorayemRate it:
I’d rather be judged for doing something interesting than not judged and be so utterly boring.
– CometanRate it:
I’d rather be the fool than the wiseman. That way, I'll be underestimated and they won't see me coming.
– CometanRate it:
I’d rather live half as long and live a full life than twice as long and live an empty line.
– CometanRate it:

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