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#1. If I owned Texas and Hell, I would rent out Texas and live in Hell - Author: Philip Henry Sheridan
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#2. I, for one, bet on science as helping us. I have yet to see how it fundamentally endangers us, even with the H-bomb lurking about. Science has given us more lives than it has taken; we must
remember that. - Author: Philip K. Dick
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip K. Dick
#3. According to AC, serious historical inquiry incorrectly considers the question *what if* to be the turf of Philip K. Dick or comic book titles like *What if the Incredible Hulk Had the Brain of Bruce Banner?* Although historians were not in the business of assigning probabilities to historical events, AC opined they should. 'Look, chum," he once expounded, 'it's not like anything can happen at any time. You have to consider *conditions of possibility*. - Author: H M Naqvi
Philip H Sheridan quotes by H M Naqvi
#4. Loretta's eyes flashed. "Is that what gets you through the night, Philip?" she asked. "Choosing to believe something, whether it's true or not?"
"In one way or another, Loretta, isn't that what gets everyone through the night?" I asked. - Author: Thomas H. Cook
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Thomas H. Cook
#5. Only as I am, can I love you as you are - Author: Sheridan Hay Originally From W. H. Auden
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Sheridan Hay Originally From W. H. Auden
#6. The House adjourned without voting on the bill, but the following year a similar bill - mandating equality in hotels and restaurants open to the public, in transportation facilities, in theaters and other public amusements and in the selection of juries - passed both chambers. The measure reached the White House about the time the two sides in Louisiana cobbled a compromise that allowed Grant to withdraw Sheridan and most of the federal troops. On March 1, 1875, the president signed the Civil Rights Act, the most ambitious affirmation of racial equality in American history until then (a distinction it would retain until the 1960s). - Author: H.W. Brands
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#7. Philip Martin has written a wise, compassionate, and nurturing guide through the self-oppression of depression. - Author: Harold H. Bloomfield
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Harold H. Bloomfield
#8. Subordinate of H. Himmler, may have played role in Himmler's not yet fully explained death in 1948. - Author: Philip K. Dick
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip K. Dick
#9. More Miracles occur from Gratitude and Forgiveness than anything else - Author: Philip H. Friedman
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip H. Friedman
#10. He who wishes for anything but Christ, does not know what he wishes; he who asks for anything but Christ, does not know what he is asking; he who works, and not for Christ, does not know what he is doing. - Author: Philip Neri
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Neri
#11. If the front door is opened," Barris said, "during our absence, my cassette tape recorder starts recording. It's under the couch. It has a two-hour tape. I placed three omnidirectional Sony mikes at three different--" "You should have told me," Arctor said. "What if they come in through the windows?" Luckman said. "Or the back door?" "To increase the chances of their making their entry via the front door," Barris continued, "rather than in other less usual ways, I providentially left the front door unlocked." After a pause, Luckman began to snigger. "Suppose they don't know it's unlocked?" Arctor said. "I put a note on it," Barris said. - Author: Philip K. Dick
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip K. Dick
#12. Online submission forms are black holes. Anything
is better than blindly submitting online. - Author: Philip J. Guo
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#13. As the love of the heavens makes us heavenly, the love of virtue virtuous, so doth the love of the world make one become worldly. - Author: Philip Sidney
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Sidney
#14. He dared to do what men and women don't even dare to think. And look what he's done already: he's torn open the sky, he's opened the way to another world. Who else has ever done that? Who else could think of it? - Author: Philip Pullman
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Pullman
#15. Truth doesn't need elaboration or embellishment; it can stand on its own two legs. All the adornment in the world doesn't make the truth any more true. - Author: Philip Gulley
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Gulley
#16. We become willing servants to the good by the bonds their virtues lay upon us. - Author: Philip Sidney
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Sidney
#17. The apostle Paul had much to say about the immorality of individual church members, but little to say about the immorality of pagan Rome. He did not rail against the abuses in Rome - slavery, idolatry, gladiator games, political oppression, greed - even though such abuses surely offended Christians of that day every bit as much as our deteriorating society offends Christians today. - Author: Philip Yancey
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Yancey
#18. It looks like the kind of thing my daughter would bring back from school art lessons. - Author: Prince Philip
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Prince Philip
#19. Have gentle utterances that will inspire a superior longing for all time ... - Author: Philip The Apostle
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip The Apostle
#20. In front of us was not a line but a fortress position, twenty miles deep, entrenched and fortified, defended by masses of machine-gun posts and thousands of guns in a wide arc. No chance for cavalry! - Author: Philip Gibbs
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#21. It's ridiculous – a girl steps out, goes dancing, gets her hair cut, decides to spend the summer in Italy and it's a scandal. A chap does it and no one bats an eyelid. - Author: Sara Sheridan
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Sara Sheridan
#22. It takes some strength to fight. It takes greater strength to choose not to fight. - Author: Philip Gerard Oning
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Gerard Oning
#23. I wonder if gratefulness is the bridge from sorrow to joy, spanning the chasm of our anxious striving. Freed from the burden of unbridled desires, we can enjoy what we have, celebrate what we've attained, and appreciate the familiar. For if we can't be happy now, we'll likely not be happy when. - Author: Philip Gulley
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Gulley
#24. I'm sure it came as no surprise to my friends and family when I became an illustrator and then a writer because, from about the age of five, I was one of those children who always had his nose in a book. - Author: Philip Reeve
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Reeve
#25. I can worry myself into a state of spiritual ennui over questions like "What good does it do to pray if God already knows everything?" Jesus silences such questions: he prayed, so should we. - Author: Philip Yancey
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#26. God has, quite literally, all the time in the world for each one of us. - Author: Philip Yancey
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#27. God's visit to earth took place in an animal shelter with no attendants present and nowhere to lay the newborn king but a feed trough ... For just an instant the sky grew luminous with angels, yet who saw the spectacle? Illiterate hirelings who watched the flocks of others, "nobodies" who failed to leave their names ... - Author: Philip Yancey
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Yancey
#28. The artist became a subcreator. - Author: Philip Zaleski
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Zaleski
#29. Such as ne'er saw swans May think crows beautiful. - Author: Philip Massinger
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Massinger
#30. It's as though not even that most basic level of imaginative thought had been admitted into consciousness to cause the slightest disturbance. A century of destruction unlike any other in its extremity befalls and blights the human race - scores of millions of ordinary people condemned to suffer deprivation upon deprivation, atrocity upon atrocity, evil upon evil, half the world or more subjected to pathological sadism as social policy, whole societies organized and fettered by the fear of violent persecution, the degradation of individual life engineered on a scale unknown throughout human history, nations broken and enslaved by ideological criminals who rob them of everything, entire populations so demoralized as to be unable to get out of bed in the morning with the minutest desire to face the day ... all the terrible touchstones presented by this century, and here they are up in arms about Faunia Farley. - Author: Philip Roth
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Roth
#31. The history of the Church is the rise and progress of the kingdom of heaven upon earth, for the glory of God and the salvation of the world. - Author: Philip Schaff
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Schaff
#32. Believe that story false that ought not to be true. - Author: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
#33. The subject dropped, and we sat on in the dusk that was rapidly deepening into night. The door into the hall was open at our backs, and a panel of light from the lamps within was cast out to the terrace. Wandering moths, invisible in the darkness, suddenly became manifest as they fluttered into this illumination, and vanished again as they passed out of it. One moment they were there, living things with life and motion of their own, the next they quite disappeared. How inexplicable that would be, I thought, if one did not know from long familiarity, that light of the appropriate sort and strength is needed to make material objects visible.

Philip must have been following precisely the same train of thought, for his voice broke in, carrying it a little further.

'Look at that moth,' he said, 'and even while you look it has gone like a ghost, even as like a ghost it appeared. Light made it visible. And there are other sorts of light, interior psychical light which similarly makes visible the beings which people the darkness of our blindness.' ("Expiation") - Author: E.F. Benson
Philip H Sheridan quotes by E.F. Benson
#34. Who are the new people when you do meet them? They're the same old people in masks.
There's nothing new about them at all. They're people. - Author: Philip Roth
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Roth
#35. Situational variables can exert powerful influences over human behavior, more so that we recognize or acknowledge. - Author: Philip G. Zimbardo
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip G. Zimbardo
#36. No, he wasn't a Jain, thought the Swede, but he might as well have been - he was just as pathetically and naively nonviolent. The idiocy of the uprightness of the goals he had set. - Author: Philip Roth
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Roth
#37. After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world. - Author: Philip Pullman
Philip H Sheridan quotes by Philip Pullman

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