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Ulrich Stern Quotes By Albert Einstein: I see my life in terms of music. I see my life in terms of music. — Albert Einstein
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Kim Stanley Robinson: It is a long time ago. So many It is a long time ago. So many lives ago
I get them all confused, don't you? — Kim Stanley Robinson
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Voltaire: If we do not meet with agreeable things, If we do not meet with agreeable things, we shall at least meet with something new. — Voltaire
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Kathryn Holmes: The way he's lit right now, it's like The way he's lit right now, it's like he's glowing. Radiating. And when he smiles in my direction, it's hard to see anything else. — Kathryn Holmes
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Tim O'Brien: How crazy it was that people who were How crazy it was that people who were so incredibly alive could get so incredibly dead — Tim O'Brien
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Radostin Chernev: The jealousy and evilness are like worms, that The jealousy and evilness are like worms, that destroy the soul. — Radostin Chernev
Ulrich Stern Quotes By A.P. Sweet: I spread my fingers outward, letting the knife I spread my fingers outward,
letting the knife tip of my
middle finger rip the sky as
it tares a rift in the moon. — A.P. Sweet
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Cindy Crawford: I'm not a fan of fillers at all. I'm not a fan of fillers at all. If you've gone 35 or 40 years without big lips, I don't think it's time to start plumping them up artificially. — Cindy Crawford
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Matshona Dhliwayo: A true hunter is never far from his A true hunter is never far from his prey. — Matshona Dhliwayo
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Ralph Waldo Emerson: Everything in nature is bipolar, or has a Everything in nature is bipolar, or has a positive and a negative pole. — Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ulrich Stern Quotes By Christopher Morley: Any man worth his salt has by the Any man worth his salt has by the time he is forty-five accumulated a crown of thorns, and the problem is to learn to wear it over one ear. — Christopher Morley