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|Just by being here I'm already beginning to win. — Seve Ballesteros I'm a very |
intense person. When I go after something, I want to go after it with everything I
have. I want to push myself to the edge. — Greg Norman You have got to try to
|Montagu, Ashley A wise man sees as much as he ought, not as much as he can. - |
Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De I'm a very intense person. When I go after
something, I want to go after it with everything I have. I want to push myself to the
|Use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang |
except those that sang best. ********** Take time to think – it is the source of ... “I'm
a very intense person. When I go after something, I want to go after it with
everything I have. I want to push myself to the edge.” Greg Norman Make a
|Updated with a new Author_s Note, including the latest scientific research, and a fresh discussion of anti-depressants for HSPs, this edition of The Highly Sensitive Person also includes: Self-assessment tests to help you identify your ...|
|Greg Norman PGA golfer "I'm a very intense person. When I go after something, I |
want to go after it with everything I have. I want to push myself to the edge."
Chuck Knox NFL coach "Practice without improvement is meaningless.
|Prior to all this I failed to mention my intense fear, beyond anyone's wildest |
dreams. I break out in cold sweats ... So I'm a big baby, deal with it. ... Many
people travel away to better hospitals, but investigate first what's in your own
backyard. Being in ... I felt like I was dealt a pretty good hand, one that I might not
get again if I leave. I phoned my parents after I told them how happy I was with my
team and how well things had gone at the office. They were ... It takes the edge
off. I mean you ...
|Cut Bank Pass at the foot of the great lateral moraine which marks the edge of the |
valley at that place, and so went on down ... The Piegans have never been a race
of mountain hunters, and there are only a few of them who care to go into the ... "
You want to remember that the last day in camp gives you ten times as good a
chance as the first day," said he. ... "Tt looks as though there was something had
kind of covered up the neck of the horse," said Collins, after a long study of the
|Oh yes, for you're in love with me, (I'm very glad of it, I'm sure,) But then you are |
not rich, you see. ... or man- dragora," or, like myself, grow sometimes a-weary of
the stale repetitions of this unvaried world, seek me out in Massachusetts, when
the wind softens and veers south after a frost — say in January. ... It were perhaps
too much to ask that any human bosom may go scathless to the grave, but in my
own unworthy petitions t usually supplicate that my ... "Knows everything, Phil!
|At the united eager push of the two girls, it opened in a rusty, rheumatic way, not |
widely, but far enough for them to squeeze in. ... used to sit in this very pew years
and years ago ; she wondered if the clothes they wore, their Sunday best, looked
like ... said she, solemnly, "I've thought of something perfectly splendid." " You
have ? What is it ?" asked Percy, expectantly. ... would follow after; in the open air
it would all be made up, and with arms entwined they would go peacefully back