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Weekends Away Quotes By Brigham Young: He who takes offense when no offense is He who takes offense when no offense is intended is a fool, and he who takes offense when offense is intended is a greater fool. — Brigham Young
Weekends Away Quotes By Ludwig Wittgenstein: You could attach prices to thoughts. Some cost You could attach prices to thoughts. Some cost a lot, some a little. And how does one pay for thoughts? The answer, I think, is: with courage. — Ludwig Wittgenstein
Weekends Away Quotes By Orville Dewey: Our hearts must not only be broken with Our hearts must not only be broken with sorrow, but be broken from sin, to constitute repentance. — Orville Dewey
Weekends Away Quotes By Matthew Continetti: The realities of the modern global economy require The realities of the modern global economy require government to play a substantial role in ensuring the national and economic security of the people. — Matthew Continetti
Weekends Away Quotes By John Williams: I think of myself as a film composer. I think of myself as a film composer. — John Williams
Weekends Away Quotes By Kathy Giusti: Our healthcare environment is incredibly complex and is Our healthcare environment is incredibly complex and is changing rapidly. — Kathy Giusti
Weekends Away Quotes By Darynda Jones: You're the reason I breathe You're the reason I breathe — Darynda Jones
Weekends Away Quotes By John Le Carre: There will be no war, but in the There will be no war, but in the pursuit of principle no stone will be left standing. — John Le Carre
Weekends Away Quotes By Casey Stengel: Oldtimers, weekends, and airplane landings are alike. If Oldtimers, weekends, and airplane landings are alike. If you can walk away from them, they're successful. — Casey Stengel
Weekends Away Quotes By Thomas Brooks: Sin will usher in the greatest and the Sin will usher in the greatest and the saddest losses that can be upon our souls. — Thomas Brooks