Chasing Quotes

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Mandy Hale
“Two things you will never have to chase: True friends & true love.”
Mandy Hale

Dan Wells
“APD is primarily defined as a lack of empathy,' I said. I'd looked it up too, a few months ago. Empathy is what allows people to interpret emotion, the same way ears interpret sounds; without it you become emotionally deaf.
'It means I don't connect emotionally with other people. I wondered if he was going to pick that one.'
'How do you even know that?' she said. 'You're fifteen years old, for goodness' sake. You should be ... I don't know, chasing girls or playing video games.'
'You're telling a sociopath to chase girls?”
Dan Wells, I Am Not a Serial Killer

Mandy Hale
“Happiness doesn't have to be merely has to be chosen.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

“If you're spending your entire early 20s chasing the next party,what are you running away from?”
Demi Lovato

Amit Ray
“Equanimity is the hallmark of spirituality. It is neither chasing nor avoiding but just being in the middle.”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Langston Hughes
“What happens to a dream deferred?”
Langston Hughes

Erin Bow
“They're gone. I let them chase me. I led them like a sunbeam and vanished like a shadow.”
Erin Bow, Plain Kate

Criss Jami
“Genius - the pursuit of madness.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Dejan Stojanovic
“You are hurrying to the sweet place,
To the nonsense chasing your spirit
And in the nonsense you look for answers.”
Dejan Stojanovic, Circling: 1978-1987

“I was stubborn and refused to chase, I threw my ego away and chased; it does not matter. Some people are just not meant to be.”

Kyoko M.
“His booted feet pounded out an insane, frantic rhythm underneath him as he raced into the cavern across from Baba Yaga’s den at a dead sprint. Pieces of dragon dung flew off him and hit the ground behind him in miniature chunks. He didn’t dare look behind him to see if the dragon had risen from the ground yet, but the deafening hiss that assaulted his ears meant she’d woken up. Icy claws of fear squeezed his heart with every breath as he ran, relying on the night vision goggles, the glimpse he’d gotten of the map, and his own instincts to figure out where to go.
Jack raced around one corner too sharply and slipped on a piece of dung, crashing hard on his right side. He gasped as it knocked the wind out of him and gritted his teeth, his mind screaming at him to get up and run, run, run. He pushed onto his knees, nursing what felt like bruised ribs and a sprained wrist, and then paled as an unmistakable sensation traveled up the arm he’d used to push himself up.
Impact tremors.
Boom, boom, boom.
Baba Yaga was coming.
Baba Yaga was hunting him.
Jack forced himself up onto his feet again, stumbling backwards and fumbling for the tracker. He got it switched on to see an ominous blob approaching from the right. He’d gotten a good lead on her—maybe a few hundred yards—but he had no way of knowing if he’d eventually run into a dead end. He couldn’t hide down here forever. He needed to get topside to join the others so they could take her down.
Jack blocked out the rising crescendo of Baba Yaga’s hissing and pictured the map again. A mile up to the right had a man-made exit that spilled back up to the forest. The only problem was that it was a long passage. If Baba Yaga followed, there was a good chance she could catch up and roast him like a marshmallow. He could try to lose her in the twists and turns of the cave system, but there was a good chance he’d get lost, and Baba Yaga’s superior senses meant it would only be a matter of time before she found him. It came back to the most basic survival tactics: run or hide.
Jack switched off the tracker and stuck it in his pocket, his voice ragged and shaking, but solid. “You aren’t about to die in this forest, Jackson. Move your ass.”
He barreled forward into the passageway to the right in the wake of Baba Yaga’s ominous, bubbling warning, barely suppressing a groan as a spike of pain lanced through his chest from his bruised ribs. The adrenaline would only hold for so long. He could make it about halfway there before it ran out. Cold sweat plastered the mask to his face and ran down into his eyes. The tunnel stretched onward forever before him. No sunlight in sight. Had he been wrong?
Jack ripped off the hood and cold air slapped his face, making his eyes water. He held his hands out to make sure he wouldn’t bounce off one of the cavern walls and squinted up ahead as he turned the corner into the straightaway. There, faintly, he could see the pale glow of the exit.
Gasping for air, he collapsed against one wall and tried to catch his breath before the final marathon. He had to have put some amount of distance between himself and the dragon by now.
“Who knows?” Jack panted. “Maybe she got annoyed and turned around.”
An earth-shattering roar rocked the very walls of the cavern.
Jack paled.
Boom, boom, boom, boom!
Boom, boom, boom, boomboomboomboom—
Mother of God.
The dragon had broken into a run.
Jack shoved himself away from the wall, lowered his head, and ran as fast as his legs would carry him.”
Kyoko M., Of Blood and Ashes

Munia Khan
“My dreams are not always with me. They can leave anytime, but I am the one who keeps on chasing them.”
Munia Khan

“seeking a place to rest my head without shame
seeking a father who never worried about me
seeking a mother whose body never hurt
seeking the piano that could play itself
seeking a person who wants to meet me on a train
seeking a person who knows where estonia is
seeking my sense of self i never found–seeking

an end to all of this.”
Jessie Knoles, Chasing Old Haunts

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Observe the behavior of the butterfly, and chase no one, for they will only elude you.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover

“...what role do i play in
my familial structure? the one
who feels things and cries a lot.”
Jessie Knoles, Chasing Old Haunts

Ray Dalio
“Once we get the things we are striving for, we rarely remain satisfied with them. The things are just the bait. Chasing after them forces us to evolve, and it is the evolution and not the rewards themselves that matters to us and to those around us. This means that for most people success is struggling and evolving as effectively as possible.”
Ray Dalio, Principles: Life and Work

“There are only a few things that are more entertaining than watching a cat trying to run across a freshly waxed wood floor after a ball.”
David C Holley, Write like no one is reading

“i want to swim
in a lake because
it's what i'm
most afraid of.
slime and murk
on the bottom.
you push me
into the lake and
at first i am upset
but then i get it.”
Jessie Knoles, Chasing Old Haunts

Denise M. Jones
“Wishes didn't come true when you chased after a star.”
Denise M. Jones, Montgomery's Diary

“When your dream doesn't let you sleep even after 22 hours of waking up, it's worth chasing.”
Dhaval Gajera, MAKE IT HAPPEN: with 30 greatest life lessons

“Chasing money to please society.”
Pallav Gautam

“the first year on your own is better than the others
then it's calculating bank accounts and it's the

first of the month and rent is due and you sit and
romanticize your childhood bedroom.”
Jessie Knoles, Chasing Old Haunts

“I was chasing a job title only to find my life had no balance.”
Andrea Bain, Single Girl Problems: Why Being Single Isn't a Problem to Be Solved

Laura Kasischke
“My eyes closed, hands open, Take it, take it. Then, every day wasted chasing it.”
Laura Kasischke, Space, in Chains

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Sometimes the thing that’s chasing me does so most effectively by leading me to believe that I’m chasing it.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Nitya Prakash
“I have been chasing her shadows like they will pull me out of my darkness.”
Nitya Prakash

“Life is a celebration.
Being alive on this earth is a celebration.
Learning new things everyday is celebration.
Being kind and compassionate is celebration.
Chasing our dreams and goals is celebration.
With right attitude, every action becomes celebration.
Learn to celebrate each and every moment of life.”
Purvi Raniga

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