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They were generally run by young men who mocked authority and preached egalitarianism yet had no qualms about ordering everyone else around and stealing their comrades' girlfriends. ~ Frans De Waal
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Frans De Waal
Generally our confidences move downward rather than upward; in our secret affairs, we employ our inferiors much more than our bettors. ~ Honore De Balzac
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Honore De Balzac
I studied the way I danced- to the point of dropping. ~ Agnes De Mille
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Agnes De Mille
Behind every great fortune there is a crime. ~ Honore De Balzac
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Honore De Balzac
Habit, to which all of us are more or less slaves. ~ Jean De La Fontaine
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Jean De La Fontaine
My job as a designer is to make a woman feel her very best ~ Oscar De La Renta
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Oscar De La Renta
And what hast thou gained by the government?" asked Ricote. "I have gained," said Sancho, "the knowledge that I am no good for governing, ~ Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Miguel De Cervantes Saavedra
In short, devotion is simply a spiritual activity and liveliness by means of which Divine Love works in us, and causes us to work briskly and lovingly; and just as charity leads us to a general practice of all God's Commandments, so devotion leads us to practise them readily and diligently. And therefore we cannot call him who neglects to observe all God's Commandments either good or devout, because in order to be good, a man must be filled with love, and to be devout, he must further be very ready and apt to perform the deeds of love. And forasmuch as devotion consists in a high degree of real love, it not only makes us ready, active, and diligent in following all God's Commands, but it also excites us to be ready and loving in performing as many good works as possible, even such as are not enjoined upon us, but are only matters of counsel or inspiration. ~ Francis De Sales
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Francis De Sales
His are the quiet steeps of dreamland, The waters of no-more-pain; His ram's bell rings 'neath an arch of stars, Rest, rest, and rest again. ~ Walter De La Mare
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Walter De La Mare
We love our mother unknowingly, and only realize how deep-rooted that love is at the ultimate separation. ~ Guy De Maupassant
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Guy De Maupassant
Not everything is immediately good to those who seek God; but everything is capable of becoming good. ~ Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
We ought not to make those people our enemies who might have become our friends, if we had only known them better. ~ Jean De La Bruyere
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Jean De La Bruyere
People didn't realize it, but they needed myths to survive, just as much now as when their forebears were alive. Perhaps more. Mythology embodied the world's dreams, helped to make sense of the great human problems. Just as the dreams of individuals exist to give subconscious support to their conscious lives, so do myths serve as society's dreams. They uncover the dark, hidden places where mysteries dwell and can turn to nightmare if left untended. They make sense of injustice in archetypal terms. They give men and women a blueprint for how they may respond to success or failure, tragedy or joy. ~ Charles De Lint
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Charles De Lint
But it is the province of religion, of philosophy, of pure poetry only, to go beyond life, beyond time, into eternity. ~ Alfred De Vigny
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Alfred De Vigny
Pride and vanity have built more hospitals than all the virtues together, ~ Bernard De Mandeville
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Bernard De Mandeville
I justified it in so many ways. I had a very, very long and difficult struggle with my sexuality. ~ Portia De Rossi
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Portia De Rossi
Negative feelings are in you, not in reality. Stop trying to change reality. That's crazy! Stop trying to change the other person. We spend all our time and energy trying to change external circumstances, trying to change our spouses, our bosses, our friends, our enemies, and everybody else. We don't have to change anything. Negative feelings are in you. ~ Anthony De Mello
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Anthony De Mello
Overtaken by demographic transformation and two generations of socio-geographic mobility, France's once-seamless history seemed set to disappear from national memory altogether.

The anxiety of loss had two effects. One was an increase in the range of the official patrimoine, the publicly espoused body of monuments and artifacts stamped 'heritage' by the authority of the state. In 1988, at the behest of Mitterrand's Culture Minister Jack Lang, the list of officially protected items in the patrimoine culturel of "France - previously restricted to UNESCO-style heirlooms such as the Pont du Gard near Nîmes, or Philip the Bold's ramparts at Aigues-Mortes - was dramatically enlarged.

It is revealing of the approach taken by Lang and his successors that among France's new 'heritage sites' was the crumbling façade of the Hôtel du Nord on Paris's Quai de Jemappes: an avowedly nostalgic homage to Marcel Carné's 1938 film classic of that name. But Carné shot that movie entirely in a studio. So the preservation of a building (or the façade of a building) which never even appeared in the film could be seen - according to taste - either as a subtle French exercise in post-modern irony, or else as symptomatic of the unavoidably bogus nature of any memory when subjected thus to official taxidermy. ~ Tony Judt
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Tony Judt
One kind of good book should leave you asking: how did the author know that about me? ~ Alain De Botton
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Alain De Botton
What we take from the spirit world is only a reflection of what lies inside ourselves. ~ Charles De Lint
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Charles De Lint
If you do not design the future, someone or something else will design it for you. ~ Edward De Bono
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Edward De Bono
We like so much to talk of ourselves that we are never weary of those private interviews with a lover during the course of whole years, and for the same reason the devout like to spend much time with their confessor; it is the pleasure of talking of themselves, even though it be to talk ill. ~ Marie De Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise De Sevigne
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Marie De Rabutin-Chantal, Marquise De Sevigne
It is as though the practices organizing a bustling city were characterized by [city practitioners', everyday citizens'] blindness. The neworks of these moving, intersecting writings compose a manifold story that has neither author nor spectator, shaped out of fragments of trajectories and alterations of spaces: in relation to representations, it remains daily and indefinitely other. ~ Michel De Certeau
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Michel De Certeau
Centralization and socialism are products of the same soil. The one is to the other what the cultivated fruit is to the wild stock. ~ Alexis De Tocqueville
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Alexis De Tocqueville
All my photographs seep through EMOTION , through the relationship I establish with the place I am portraying. Whenever I see something that captivates me, I start turning around it to find MY OWN frame. I work on myself and on the city at the same time. ~ Augusto De Luca
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Augusto De Luca
The old gods and their magics did not dwindle away into murky memories of brownies and little fairies more at home in a Disney cartoon; rather, they changed. The coming of Christ and Christians actually freed them. They were no longer bound to people's expectations but could now become anything that they could imagine themselves to be. They are still here, walking among us. We just don't recognize them anymore. ~ Charles De Lint
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Charles De Lint
Our exertions generally find no enduring physical correlatives. We are diluted in gigantic intangible collective projects, which leave us wondering what we did last year and, more profoundly, where we have gone and quite what we have amounted to ...
How different everything is for the craftsman who ... can step back at the end of a day or lifetime and point to an object
whether a square of canvas, a chair or a clay jug
and see it as a stable repository of his skills and an accurate record of his years, and hence feel collected together in one place, rather than strung out across projects which long ago evaporated into nothing one could hold or see. ~ Alain De Botton
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Alain De Botton
I can't imagine it now, but I must've been innocent at some time in my life. A baby don't just get itself born bad, do it? ~ Charles De Lint
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Charles De Lint
In misfortune we often mistake dejection for constancy; we bear it without daring to look on it; like cowards, who suffer themselves to be murdered without resistance. ~ Francois De La Rochefoucauld
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Francois De La Rochefoucauld
The world was in a confused turmoil-wars, H-bombs, confrontations, fear, hate, hate. And Hollywood was feeding the confusion with a steady diet of sex, violence, and lewdness. What wisdom needed, to catch up with our runaway technology, was time. And time might be bought not with violence, but with compassion-that divine unguent that lubricates and soothes our abrasive human hates. Compassion might just possibly slow down the ticking till we could defuse the world with reason.
And we had an outside chance of buying a little precious extra time by filming the life of Schnozzola, the great compassionate clown. A chance that got lost among stars and their satellites. Pity Pity.
Now what would I do? Certainly the world didn't need more films about sex, violence, and lewdness. Judging by contemporary Hollywood films, the United States was made up of sexpots, homosexuals, lesbians, Marquis de Sades, junkies too! too! beautiful people, country-club liberals, draft-card burners, and theatrical and religious figures bleeding make-believe blood for cause and camera. "Shock films," they called them; "skin flicks" that dealt not with the humorous, honest, robust, Rabelaisian earthiness that nurtures life, but with the cologned, pretentious, effete, adulterated crud that pollutes life. ~ Frank Capra
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Frank Capra
Who is it that does not voluntarily exchange his health, his repose, and his very life for reputation and glory? The most useless, frivolous, and false coin that passes current among us. ~ Michel De Montaigne
Adormecimiento De Dedos quotes by Michel De Montaigne
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