Dysrationalia Quotes

Collection of top 13 famous quotes about Dysrationalia

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Dysrationalia Quotes By Terry Kath: I'm too busy playing to worry about the I'm too busy playing to worry about the movement or the fingerboard. Terry Kath
Dysrationalia Quotes By Alan Cohen: Our culture has more to gain from inner Our culture has more to gain from inner stillness than incessant pushing. Alan Cohen
Dysrationalia Quotes By Julia Child: It is hard to imagine a civilization without It is hard to imagine a civilization without onions. — Julia Child
Dysrationalia Quotes By Stephen Elliott: The best book I read in 2007 was The best book I read in 2007 was Stoner by John Williams. It's perhaps the best book I've read in years. — Stephen Elliott
Dysrationalia Quotes By Don DeLillo: When I work I have a sculptor's sense When I work I have a sculptor's sense of the shape of the words I'm making. I use a machine with larger than average letters: the bigger the better. — Don DeLillo
Dysrationalia Quotes By Gertrude Stein: There is art and there is official art, There is art and there is official art, there always has been and there always will be. — Gertrude Stein
Dysrationalia Quotes By Genevieve Dewey: No, nothing much had changed in the old No, nothing much had changed in the old neighborhood. She was still just an actress in someone else's play. — Genevieve Dewey
Dysrationalia Quotes By Andy Serkis: I think that Gollum is really the character I think that Gollum is really the character who is a very human character, and he's very flawed, like most humans are, and has good and bad sides. — Andy Serkis
Dysrationalia Quotes By Jan Neruda: No one has the right to enter literature No one has the right to enter literature without fresh new ideas. We've got too many dexterous drudges as it is. — Jan Neruda
Dysrationalia Quotes By William Penn: We are apt to love praise, but not We are apt to love praise, but not deserve it. But if we would deserve it, we must love virtue more than that. — William Penn
Dysrationalia Quotes By Taylor Caldwell: I will know him by his eyes. I will know him by his eyes. — Taylor Caldwell
Dysrationalia Quotes By Nelson Mandela: We do not want freedom without bread, nor We do not want freedom without bread, nor do we want bread without freedom. Investiture, Clark University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, July 10, 1993 — Nelson Mandela