Messages Quotes

Quotes tagged as "messages" (showing 1-30 of 64)
Connie Willis
“That's what literature is. It's the people who went before us, tapping out messages from the past, from beyond the grave, trying to tell us about life and death! Listen to them!”
Connie Willis, Passage

“The absence of a message sometimes is a presence of one.”
Hasse Jerner

Jeff Lindsay
“Why do so many people start their messages with, "It's me"? Of course it is you. We all know that. But who the hell ARE you?”
Jeff Lindsay, Darkly Dreaming Dexter

“In the rough-and-tumble play of politics, dog-whistle messages are copiously dispatched over the heads of the grassroots people that cannot see the writing on the wall and have to remain in the cold, like dumb puppets on a string. ("What after bowling alone?" )”
Erik Pevernagie

Dejan Stojanovic
“Be aware of the high notes, of the blissful faces and their soft messages, and listen for the silent message of a highly decorated gift.”
Dejan Stojanovic

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Your mind can go ahead and imagine what it wants to imagine, but a true friend will always remain true, in spite of the false messages running through your mind.”
Michael Bassey Johnson

Bram Stoker
“I bear messages which will make both your ears tingle.”
Bram Stoker, Dracula

Steven Magee
“You know that when your partner deletes their messages to a past lover after being accused of cheating, then it is likely that they were being unfaithful in some way.”
Steven Magee

Kate McGahan
“I once bought a painting of a leopard. It was very expensive but I could not leave the gallery without it. I did not understand why I had to have it; it was simply love at first sight.

One day I showed it to a friend who came to visit me. "I still do not understand what it is about this leopard that made me have to have him," I stated as we both gazed upon the creature looking back at us from the canvas.

"All you need to do is to look at him and ask yourself what it is about him that reminds you of you...and you will have your answer."

Everything is our mirror. We are all continually trying to fall in love with ourselves.”
Kate McGahan

“Miracle focused messages propagates social vices instead of social virtues”
Sunday Adelaja

“I really don't like art with a message, unless the message is crystal clear.
If you have a message that really needs to be said, just fuckin' say it! Don't hide it in indecipherable lyrics... a sculpture, it's a play, the subtext... just fuckin' say it, 'cause the people who need to hear messages are dumb as shit--the masses of humanity are dumb as shit, and you're really just pandering to your friends. Say what the fuck you mean, just say it! Title the song 'eat more leafy greens'. 'Give a hoot, don't pollute' is as much message and art combined, 'cause I get that, it's a poem but I'm pretty sure you're saying 'don't pollute'. But if you have something... 'ooh, I have the cure for cancer...and I've hidden it in this Rubix cube!!' -- just fuckin' say it!
- Before Turning the Gun on Himself [2012]”
Doug Stanhope

“Messages on material blessings reduces us to earthly person.”
Sunday Adelaja

Enock Maregesi
“Write as much as you can. Read as much as you can. Use the library and the internet carefully for research and talk to people about things that matter. If you have an idea in your head talk it to people as a normal conversation, to get their natural opinions. And don’t forget to jot down discreetly any new ideas you get from people. God may use other people to convey messages to you, that may add more information to the ideas you already have.”
Enock Maregesi

“Messages focused on miracles, signs and wonders denies us of using our brains and our minds.”
Sunday Adelaja

“The messages emphasizing miracles and breakthrough must be replaced if our nation must move forward.”
Sunday Adelaja

“On sacred messages: It isn’t for the lack of you, but for our own safety that some things are better left alone…”
debbie lynn - 360 degrees full circle

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“The message of Christmas is a message of hope when all other such messages created by men can do nothing more than be hopeful.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Shannon Hale
“During Snow White's story, her mother had somehow survived sharing a castle with the Greatest Evil the World Has Ever Known and come out of it not only okay but Happily Ever After. What advice would her mother give?
Apple knew because Snow White had cross-stitched the words on a pillow and propped it up in the informal receiving room: When Life Is All Dark Woods And Poisoned Apples, Remember You Have Friends. Snow White had stitched messages on other pillows, too, such as: Squirrels Will Never Let You Down, Unless They're Hibernating; There Are Always Birds; Nature Loves A Broom; Love Is Knowing A rabbit Needs You; Hugs Are How It's Done; Double Hugs Are For The Grumpy; Trees And Dogs Are Happy, So Start Barking; and others. Honestly, it was hard to find a sofa in the enormous White Castle that didn't sport a cross-stitched pillow. But the "Remember You Have Friends" one offered the most insight to Apple at the moment.”
Shannon Hale, The Unfairest of Them All

“Messages focused on miracles has eliminated stewardship messages.”
Sunday Adelaja

“As much as long conversations, laughter riots and wild meetups are desirable, there's still beauty and satisfaction in knowing via simple text messages that you wish someone well and they wish you back the same.”
Hrishikesh Agnihotri

J.R. Rim
“This is the truth about mainstream media and advertising: People wouldn't have to pay to show you such messages if they were right.”
J.R. Rim

“Can these signs and symbols still speak? Images, memories, stories, and objects all carry the past into the present. As we think about these messages from the past, we might wonder, too, about what kind of signs we are leaving for the future. How will our children's children know of us? What markers of our passing do we leave upon the land? Some of these signs, because of the material they're made from, or the care taken in making them, may last longer than others and have different stories to tell.”
Ari Berk & Carolyn Dunn, Coyote Speaks: Wonders of the Native American World

“The messages must be stuck somewhere in the tube of light underneath the ocean that connects London and New York.”
Olivia Sudjic, Sympathy

“We could fix the pulpit by changing the messages.”
Sunday Adelaja

“There are so many downsides to the message of looking for miracles.”
Sunday Adelaja

Samuel R. Delany
“We are the ink in which are written other messages that we cannot even understand.”
Samuel R. Delany, The Atheist in the Attic

Lorenzo Dozier
“People come and go like seasons, but remember there are some that play a major role in your life, and have you become the person you truly are today.”
Lorenzo Dozier, 31 Days to Live

Lorenzo Dozier
“YOLO, a sorry excuse to do something idiotic. Try doing something productive and come back to me succeeding once in life”
Lorenzo Dozier, 31 Days to Live

Lorenzo Dozier
“If someone wants to be a part of your life they'll make an effort to be in it. Don't bother reserving a space in your heart for someone who doesn't make effort to stay. The trash bag is right there, go throw yourself in one for being junk.”
Lorenzo Dozier, 31 Days to Live

“To accept the messages, to accept others and love them the way Mary accepts them, means to take the role of a mother - or to partake in it - in the birth of a new world. There is no other way. The experience of pilgrims and parishioners is truly a new experience of togetherness. All who come to this parish community come to love it as their own, feel like members of the large community - the Church - in which Mary is the MOther and each person a beloved child.”
Slavko Barbaric, In the School of Love

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