Anything Quotes

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Ilona Andrews
“When life backs you into a corner and offers you no escape, when your friends, your lover, and your family abandon you, when you're at the end of your rope, panicked, alone, and losing your mind, you know you'd give anything to make your problems go away. Then, desperate and eager, you will come to Unicorn Lane, seeking salvation in its magics and secrets. You'll do anything, pay any price. Unicorn Lane will take you in, shroud you in its power, fix your problems, and exact its price. And then you will learn what 'anything' really means.”
Ilona Andrews, Magic Bites

Mitch Albom
“Belief, hard work, love–you have those things, you can do anything.”
Mitch Albom, For One More Day

Ally Carter
“i drink caffeine" she said calmly "lot's of it gives you pep”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Sarah Dessen
“Really, it had been stupid to expect anything anyway. A few late nights does not a habit, or a relationship, make.”
Sarah Dessen, Along for the Ride

“The cure for unhappiness...It's this: What a person needs is always more than they say.”

Sarah Dessen
“So what's your doll's name?" Boo asked me.
"Barbie," I said. "All their names are Barbie."
"I see," she said. "Well, I'd think that would get boring, everyone having the same
I thought about this, then said, "Okay, then her name is Sabrina."

"Well, that's a very nice name," Boo said. I remember she was baking bread,
kneading the dough
between her thick fingers. "What does she do?"
"Do?" I said.
"Yes." She flipped the dough over and started in on it from the other side. "What
does she do?"
"She goes out with Ken," I said.
"And what else?"
"She goes to parties," I said slowly. "And shopping."
"Oh," Boo said, nodding.
"She can't work?"
"She doesn't have to work," I said.
"Why not?"
"Because she's Barbie."
"I hate to tell you, Caitlin, but somebody has to make payments on that town house
and the Corvette,"
Boo said cheerfully. "Unless Barbie has a lot of family money."
I considered this while I put on Ken's pants.
Boo started pushing the dough into a pan, smoothing it with her hand over the top.
"You know what I
think, Caitlin?" Her voice was soft and nice, the way she always spoke to me.
"I think your Barbie can go shopping, and go out with Ken, and also have a
productive and satisfying
career of her own." She opened the oven and slid in the bread pan, adjusting its
position on the rack.
"But what can she do?" My mother didn't work and spent her time cleaning the
house and going to PTA.
I couldn't imagine Barbie, whose most casual outfit had sequins and go-go boots,
doing s.uch things.
Boo came over and plopped right down beside me. I always remember
her being on my level; she'd sit
on the edge of the sandbox, or lie across her bed with me and Cass as we listened to
the radio.
"Well," she said thoughtfully, picking up Ken and examining his perfect physique.
"What do you want to
do when you grow up?"
I remember this moment so well; I can still see Boo sitting there on the floor, cross-
legged, holding my

Ken and watching my face as she tried to make me see that between my mother's
PTA and Boo's
strange ways there was a middle ground that began here with my Barbie, Sab-rina,
and led right to me.
"Well," I said abruptly, "I want to be in advertising." I have no idea where this came
"Advertising," Boo repeated, nodding. "Okay. Advertising it is. So Sabrina has to go
to work every day,
coming up with ideas for commercials
and things like that."
"She works in an office," I went on. "Sometimes she has to work late."
"Sure she does," Boo said. "It's hard to get ahead. Even if you're Barbie."
"Because she wants to get promoted," I added. "So she can pay off the town house.
And the Corvette."
"Very responsible of her," Boo said.
"Can she be divorced?" I asked. "And famous for her commercials
and ideas?"
"She can be anything," Boo told me, and this is what I remember most, her freckled
face so solemn, as if
she knew she was the first to tell me. "And so can you.”
Sarah Dessen, Dreamland

Anthony Liccione
“They say, timing is everything. But then they say, there is never a perfect time for anything.”
Anthony Liccione

Prem Jagyasi
“Anything that’s clear in our mind will eventually reflect through similarly clear actions. While positive thoughts will present themselves as awesome activities and creations, negative ones will cause destruction.”
Dr Prem Jagyasi

Prem Jagyasi
“When negative thoughts about anything – be it a person, an unhealthy habit, a circumstance or a work deadline – surround our existence, we tend to feel helpless, for our energies are draining faster than we had anticipated.”
Dr Prem Jagyasi

Dejan Stojanovic
“You don’t know anything, but I know even less.”
Dejan Stojanovic, The Sun Watches the Sun

James Franco
“I was a black center in the middle of all the nature. I was nothing, but I could do anything.”
James Franco

Jeffrey Fry
“No matter how gloomy the morning, it is a new day where anything is possible.”
Jeffrey Fry

Rachel Hartman
“All roads were one, surely, even if their textures differed.
Was she as varied, a part of herself as rough and tutted as the Goreddi roads, and some other part as efficient as the Ninysh? She often felt, early in the morning, when the world seemed most malleable, that she contained these potentials, and more.
It wasn’t merely that she could be anything, but that she was everything, all at once.”
Rachel Hartman, Tess of the Road

M.F. Moonzajer
“Time doesn’t change anything; that is why we still worship asshole Arabs.”
M.F. Moonzajer

“Best time to attempt doing “Anything” is when nothing is being done.”
Shahenshah Hafeez Khan

“Anything that's done from the heart,
Is well done”
Charmaine J Forde

Elle Kennedy
“Anything?" I say slowly.
HIs blue eyes shine with fortitude. "Anything, gorgeous. Absolutely anything”
Elle Kennedy, The Mistake

Deyth Banger
“You can't just cherry-pick the things from the bible... you either believe it all or you don't believe at all in anything!”
Deyth Banger

“Teachers open the door
you have to enter by your self”

Deyth Banger
“I won't suggest or recommend you anything, at first place you didn't have any type of interest into spending time into this.”
Deyth Banger

Vincent Okay Nwachukwu
“Money is Something but not Everything. Nothing results in Anything worthwhile without money.”
Vincent Okay Nwachukwu

Elin Hilderbrand
“This was Antonio's interpretation of "anything": succulent black olives, sun-dried tomatoes and marinated artichokes, three kinds of salami, tiny balls of fresh mozzarella, roasted cherry tomatoes, some kind of creamy eggplant dip that made her swoon, and a basket of warm focaccia.”
Elin Hilderbrand, The Blue Bistro

Gift Gugu Mona
“God is the only one who can go everyplace you go. See everything you do and hear anything you say.”
Gift Gugu Mona, Daily Quotes About God: 365 Days of Heavenly Inspiration

Steven Magee
“I accept no responsibility for anything I did while drunk.”
Steven Magee

“The SOME of something is not the SUM of something...”
Joli Darling

“If one is determined enough,
They will be successful in anything they set out to do”
Charmaine J. Forde

Lily  Seabrooke
“I didn’t want this. But that meant, as far as I could tell, I didn’t want anything. And not wanting anything anymore was the worst thing of all. It was like all the color had vanished from life.”
Lily Seabrooke, Different Worlds

“Why is anything like anything anywhere?”
Jesse Jacobs, Crawl Space

“There will always be those who love to stir the pot and never have anything good to eat.”
Christine E. Szymanski

“There will always be those who love to stir the pot, yet never have anything good to eat.”
Christine E. Szymanski

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