Maile Meloy Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Maile Meloy

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Maile Meloy quotes: At the simplicity of the gesture, he felt a pang: the raw nerve of his loneliness exposed. At the simplicity of the gesture, he felt a pang: the raw nerve of his loneliness exposed.
Maile Meloy quotes: Diabetes is passed that way over and down, like a knight in chess. Diabetes is passed that way
over and down, like a knight in chess.
Maile Meloy quotes: I baptize you in the name of the conservation of energy. What comes around goes around. I baptize you in the name of the conservation of energy. What comes around goes around.
Maile Meloy quotes: Whenever we tamper with natural laws, there are consequences," the count said. "The larger the disruption, the larger the consequence. Whenever we tamper with natural laws, there are consequences," the count said. "The larger the disruption, the larger the consequence.
Maile Meloy quotes: He held his hands tightly together and cursed his daughter for bringing the terrible world, with its humiliation and longing, back to his door. He held his hands tightly together and cursed his daughter for bringing the terrible world, with its humiliation and longing, back to his door.
Maile Meloy quotes: Chet suddenly wished she had quit teaching the class because of him, that he'd had any effect on her at all. Chet suddenly wished she had quit teaching the class because of him, that he'd had any effect on her at all.
Maile Meloy quotes: The role of the human brain was to rationalize suffering. The role of the human brain was to rationalize suffering.
Maile Meloy quotes: The force with which he wanted it both ways made him grit his teeth. What kind of fool wanted it only one way? The force with which he wanted it both ways made him grit his teeth. What kind of fool wanted it only one way?
Maile Meloy quotes: I guess if everyone was blind, and you tried to describe vision to them, it would sound crazy and made up. I guess if everyone was blind, and you tried to describe vision to them, it would sound crazy and made up.