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In My Womb Quotes By MaryElizabeth Williams: Yes, babies in the womb are human beings, Yes, babies in the womb are human beings, but so what? — MaryElizabeth Williams
In My Womb Quotes By Harold Feinstein: I was born in Coney Island. I like I was born in Coney Island. I like to think I fell out of the womb onto the fun park's giant Parachute Jump while eating a Nathan's hot dog. — Harold Feinstein
In My Womb Quotes By Carolee Dean: We are all rotting, making our way from We are all rotting, making our way from womb to tomb, to the rhythm of the great clock counting downward to the grave. — Carolee Dean
In My Womb Quotes By Anais Nin: Golconda remained a city where the wind was Golconda remained a city where the wind was like velvet, where the sun was made of radium, and the sea as warm as a mother's womb. — Anais Nin
In My Womb Quotes By Guy Maddin: Some Jungian or Freudian would tell me I'm Some Jungian or Freudian would tell me I'm just trying to go back to the womb ... at gunpoint, if necessary. — Guy Maddin
In My Womb Quotes By Virginia Ann Froehle: We hunger for quiet times; we find in We hunger for quiet times; we find in them a womb to renew our strength. — Virginia Ann Froehle
In My Womb Quotes By Gregory Benford: My brother Jim and I shared a womb My brother Jim and I shared a womb without a view for nine months. — Gregory Benford
In My Womb Quotes By Jerry Hannah: Esau has always been at war with Jacob. Esau has always been at war with Jacob. The struggle that began in their mother's womb between two natured peoples (or nations) continues today. — Jerry Hannah
In My Womb Quotes By Tamora Pierce: Inside I am a beautiful woman,' Okha said Inside I am a beautiful woman,' Okha said ... 'The Trickster tapped me in my mother's womb and placed me in this man's shell. — Tamora Pierce
In My Womb Quotes By Matt Ridley: The influence upon our intelligence of events that The influence upon our intelligence of events that happened in the womb is three times as great as anything our parents did to us after our birth. — Matt Ridley
In My Womb Quotes By Rutina Wesley: I came out of the womb dancing. I came out of the womb dancing. — Rutina Wesley
In My Womb Quotes By Carl Von Clausewitz: Politics is the womb in which war develops. Politics is the womb in which war develops. — Carl Von Clausewitz
In My Womb Quotes By Frances Bean Cobain: I'm famous by default. I came out of I'm famous by default. I came out of the womb, and people wanted to know who I was because of my parents. — Frances Bean Cobain
In My Womb Quotes By Jacques Attali: The first path a human being ever travels The first path a human being ever travels is the path that leads out of the maternal womb. Every human being's first labyrinth is that of a woman. — Jacques Attali
In My Womb Quotes By Jeanette Winterson: Well done, my fine fellow out of my Well done, my fine fellow out of my womb. What have you gained? Nothing! And oh, what have you lost? Everything! — Jeanette Winterson
In My Womb Quotes By Charles A. Cornell: No evil ever came from a woman's womb No evil ever came from a woman's womb that wasn't placed there first by a man.' ... Tantie Neptune, Lucifer's Key by Charles A. Cornell, due 2013 — Charles A. Cornell
In My Womb Quotes By William Shakespeare: There are many events in the womb of There are many events in the womb of time, which will be delivered. — William Shakespeare
In My Womb Quotes By Jay Woodman: I am nurtured within the womb of universal I am nurtured within the womb of universal consciousness. It supports my developing awareness as I witness, engage, learn, create, exchange. — Jay Woodman
In My Womb Quotes By Tony Hoagland: Because if marriage is a kind of womb,divorce Because if marriage is a kind of womb,
divorce is the being born again. — Tony Hoagland
In My Womb Quotes By Trey Parker: Careful?! Was my mother careful when she stabbed Careful?! Was my mother careful when she stabbed me in the heart with a coat hanger while I was still in womb? — Trey Parker
In My Womb Quotes By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Men marry for the womb. Women marry for Men marry for the womb. Women marry for their tummy. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
In My Womb Quotes By Leigh Bardugo: Everything is a negotiation with you, Brekker. You Everything is a negotiation with you, Brekker. You probably bartered your way out of the womb. — Leigh Bardugo
In My Womb Quotes By William Anthony Donohue: Removing religion from the womb of culture has Removing religion from the womb of culture has become the practiced virtue of the ACLU over the past several decades. — William Anthony Donohue
In My Womb Quotes By Saint Augustine: Mary heard God's word and kept it, and Mary heard God's word and kept it, and so she is blessed. She kept God's truth in her mind, a nobler thing than carrying his body in her womb. — Saint Augustine
In My Womb Quotes By Erika Johansen: Children conceived by this woman would only be Children conceived by this woman would only be cannibalized by her womb. — Erika Johansen
In My Womb Quotes By Woody Allen: I have an intense desire to return to I have an intense desire to return to the womb. Anybody's. — Woody Allen
In My Womb Quotes By Jack Kerouac: Did I come into this world thru the Did I come into this world thru the womb of my mother the earth just so I could talk and write like everybody else? — Jack Kerouac
In My Womb Quotes By Anonymous: As he came from his mother's wombNaked shall As he came from his mother's womb
Naked shall he return to go as he came
Nothing from his labor will he carry away in his hand
Ecclesiastes — Anonymous
In My Womb Quotes By Matshona Dhliwayo: Yesterday is dead, today is living, and tomorrow Yesterday is dead, today is living, and tomorrow is in the womb. — Matshona Dhliwayo
In My Womb Quotes By Salman Rushdie: Genius was being born in her, filling the Genius was being born in her, filling the empty spaces in her bed, her heart, her womb. She needed no-one but herself. — Salman Rushdie
In My Womb Quotes By Anonymous: 3Your people shall be volunteers In the day 3Your people shall be volunteers In the day of Your power; In the beauties of holiness, from the womb of the morning, You have the dew of Your youth. — Anonymous
In My Womb Quotes By David Mutti Clark: We start our lives with blues ... with We start our lives with blues ... with music. It's our first language. It's the rhythm of the womb. It's your mama's heartbeat inside your head. — David Mutti Clark
In My Womb Quotes By Jordan Silver: I eased my length into her until I I eased my length into her until I reached her cervix with a few inches to spare and butted against it seeking entrance into her womb. — Jordan Silver
In My Womb Quotes By Erykah Badu: I live in a queendom, ruled by a I live in a queendom, ruled by a womb-iverse, — Erykah Badu
In My Womb Quotes By Myles Kennedy: I spent more time in a van then I spent more time in a van then in my mom's womb. — Myles Kennedy
In My Womb Quotes By Jimi Hendrix: I'm up here in this womb, I'm looking I'm up here in this womb, I'm looking all around. We'll, I'm looking out my belly button window and I see a whole lot of frowns. — Jimi Hendrix
In My Womb Quotes By Marge Piercy: My strength and my weakness are twins in My strength and my weakness are twins in the same womb. — Marge Piercy
In My Womb Quotes By Lynette Ferreira: I sacrificed for only you. I loved you I sacrificed for only you. I loved you from that moment I felt you flutter in my womb. — Lynette Ferreira
In My Womb Quotes By Gregory Benford: True twins share womb chemistry and endure many True twins share womb chemistry and endure many fateful slings and arrows together. The fabled connection between twins is true in my case. — Gregory Benford
In My Womb Quotes By Margaret Atwood: Rachel; and he said, Am I in God's Rachel; and he said, Am I in God's stead, who hath withheld from thee the fruit of the womb? And she said, Behold my maid Bilhah, — Margaret Atwood
In My Womb Quotes By Yancy Butler: My father used to sing to me in My father used to sing to me in my mother's womb. I think I can name about any tune in two beats. — Yancy Butler