Leaving Or Staying Quotes

Collection of top 12 famous quotes about Leaving Or Staying

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Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Cassandra Rose Clarke: For the first time, I understood the difference For the first time, I understood the difference between leaving and not staying. It was the difference between a snarl and a smile. — Cassandra Rose Clarke
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Chris Geiger: The world is such a big place; staying The world is such a big place; staying in one town your whole life, is like never leaving your house. — Chris Geiger
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Ted Kerasote: How many abused souls - dogs and humans How many abused souls - dogs and humans alike - have remained in an unloving place because staying was far less terrifying than leaving? — Ted Kerasote
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Terra Elan McVoy: The goal is to keep yourself moving, remember? The goal is to keep yourself moving, remember? don't linger. don't hover. you are not going to stay. — Terra Elan McVoy
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Ivan Slavkov: I am happy! I'm leaving on a trip I am happy! I'm leaving on a trip and my wife is staying in Bulgaria. — Ivan Slavkov
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Shannon L. Alder: If you have to convince someone to stay If you have to convince someone to stay with you then they have already left. — Shannon L. Alder
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Jonathan Safran Foer: I hated myself for going, why couldn't I I hated myself for going, why couldn't I be the kind of person who stays? — Jonathan Safran Foer
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Ryan Holiday: The Germans have a word for it: Sitzfleisch. The Germans have a word for it: Sitzfleisch. Staying power. Winning by sticking your ass to the seat and not leaving until after it's over. — Ryan Holiday
Leaving Or Staying Quotes By Tina Sloan: The most important lesson in managing our careers The most important lesson in managing our careers as we get older: Sometimes staying the game is as simple as not leaving the room. — Tina Sloan