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Infant Daughters Quotes By Emily Dickinson: your brain is wider than the sky your brain is wider than the sky Emily Dickinson
Infant Daughters Quotes By Avijeet Das: Some people come drifting into our skies carrying Some people come drifting into our skies carrying hope just as the clouds drift into the deserts! — Avijeet Das
Infant Daughters Quotes By Ludwig Von Mises: Economically considered, war and revolution are always bad Economically considered, war and revolution are always bad business. — Ludwig Von Mises
Infant Daughters Quotes By Ingmar Bergman: I'd prostitute my talents if it would further I'd prostitute my talents if it would further my cause, steal if there was no way out, killing my friends or anyone else if it would help my art. — Ingmar Bergman
Infant Daughters Quotes By Donald Sutherland: Not too much, though there's a certain amount Not too much, though there's a certain amount of rancour and bitterness when someone tries to fire you. — Donald Sutherland
Infant Daughters Quotes By Francis Bacon: It is the peculiar and perpetual error of It is the peculiar and perpetual error of the human understanding to be more moved and excited by affirmatives than by negatives. — Francis Bacon
Infant Daughters Quotes By Alicia Coppola: I always say this - As an actor, I always say this - As an actor, we're lucky to get a job. Then we're lucky that anybody gives a damn to watch the thing that we're in. — Alicia Coppola
Infant Daughters Quotes By Diablo Cody: You know, I did not like being famous. You know, I did not like being famous. It was a stressful and ugly time, and I'm glad it's over. — Diablo Cody
Infant Daughters Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi: At times, non-co-operation becomes as much a duty At times, non-co-operation becomes as much a duty as co-operation. — Mahatma Gandhi