Gerard De Marigny Quotes

Top 10 wise famous quotes and sayings by Gerard De Marigny

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Gerard De Marigny Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Gerard De Marigny quotes: Success can be defined in many ways but failure in only one ... quitting! Success can be defined in many ways but failure in only one ... quitting!
Gerard De Marigny quotes: I told a doctor once, Doc, if you want to know what's inside of me, put down the x-ray and pick up my novel! I told a doctor once, Doc, if you want to know what's inside of me, put down the x-ray and pick up my novel!
Gerard De Marigny quotes: Goals are your destinations in life; objectives are the stops along the way. Goals are your destinations in life; objectives are the stops along the way.
Gerard De Marigny quotes: When people communicate deceit, it's called politics. When people communicate honesty, it's called art. When people communicate deceit, it's called politics. When people communicate honesty, it's called art.
Gerard De Marigny quotes: Of all the most devastating sounds in the universe, silence is the most powerful. Of all the most devastating sounds in the universe, silence is the most powerful.
Gerard De Marigny quotes: As important as color is to a painting, or wings to a bird. Music injects vibrancy to film and makes it soar! As important as color is to a painting, or wings to a bird. Music injects vibrancy to film and makes it soar!
Gerard De Marigny quotes: To me, empathy and compassion are among the bravest of emotions ... and faith, the bravest of convictions. To me, empathy and compassion are among the bravest of emotions ... and faith, the bravest of convictions.
Gerard De Marigny quotes: The soul of an artist cannot be muted indefinitely. It must either be expressed or it will consume the host. The soul of an artist cannot be muted indefinitely. It must either be expressed or it will consume the host.
Gerard De Marigny quotes: A writer fails, not when a reader is not moved; but when, as a reader, the writer is not moved. A writer fails, not when a reader is not moved; but when, as a reader, the writer is not moved.