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|Rousseau, Jean Jacques People who know little are usually great talkers, while |
men who know much say little. - Rousseau, Jean ... Rousseau, Jean Jacques I
may not be better than other people, but at least I'm different. Virtue is a state of ...
|I have no strategies to fall back on other than ones that have failed in the past. ... |
The number of obstacles that I can see, let alone those yet to reveal themselves,
could overwhelm me, but at least there does appear to be a path there to ... I may
not reach Utopia, but anything has to be better than this. I'm not fat, in fact I still
look ill. ... I'm still struggling to look people in the eye when I talk about recovery.
... Maybe, just maybe, I'm wrong and I'm not actually different from everyone else.
|But yeah, I'm interested in this country: geography, weather, the people, the way |
people look, what they eat, what they call things. ... Musically it's a different thing,
what I did:histo- ry, geography, the country, the whole big thing. .... I'm not saying
any other countries would have succeeded in doing it, but I sure like us for at
least contending, for fighting ... that our lives weren't necessarily going to be
better than our fathers', and that people who could buy a home in 1 949 can't buy
one now ...
|All I'm here to do is to express a simple point of view that I don't know if you'll |
agree to it or not. First ... Well, according to most of us, TV isn't anything more than
an entertainment device that we use when we're bored and sometimes when we
have nothing better to do. ... I won't say I'm perfect but at least I know how to draw.
Now I'm in a completely different university, studying completely different subjects
other than what I wanted. No ... "Because they think my people do not respect me.
|From the #1 bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars Michael L. Printz Honor Book Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist Katherine V thought boys were gross Katherine X just wanted to be friends Katherine XVIII dumped him in an e-mail K ...|
|I'm good at organizing, strat- egizing, and planning, and I take the time at the |
beginning or end of each day to try to plan what's ... how my life will hopefully be
made better by the decision and how this will put me in another place or on
another level. ... I also know not to be disappointed if I can't achieve the goal and
at least I have something to fall back on. ... was the right answer at the time, but
later when alone I get a different take — that "aha" experience or realization in
|Harding looked at him in silence for a time and smiled, then said, "No, you don't |
understand. I'll be ready in a few weeks. But I want to do it on my own, by myself,
right out that front door, with all the traditional red tape and complications. ... "I
figure I'm all right. ... at least there's that: they are sick men now. No more rabbits.
Mack. Maybe they can be well men someday. I can't say. ... Not for the others,
anyway. ... I discovered at an early age that I was— shall we be kind and say
|You laugh, you cry, and then you come back for more.' Markus Zusak, bestselling and Printz Honor-winning author of The Book Thief 'An electric portrait of young people who learn to live life with one foot in the grave.|
|as it is to see them go through what people are doing to them, or trying to do, it |
would be harder to see them not have principles. ... secret Amanda, and then I
knew you couldn't, that we wouldn't have dealt with it well in different
circumstances than these. I'm not so sure we've dealt with it well as it is. ... I've
done the best I can but I have felt so inadequate. I'm ... I think my dream has been
that Joey would not be like the others, that I would raise him to do the right thing,
to be dependable.
|Josie: Umm, I guess simple challenges, like “How do I know I'm going to be |
worthless if I'm not perfect? ... maybe valuable even when they're not perfect. Like
people. Or art. tHeraPist: So sometimes people's flaws, or quirks, make them
more interesting? ... But with me, it's different. tHeraPist: Are you a harsher critic of
yourself than others? Josie: Definitely. Too bad I can ... Right now, at least, only