Best 142 of Blog quotes - MyQuotes
Hunger gives flavour to the food.
My grandfather used to say that tionnax are like squirrels, they collect nuts.” Ellix, guard, Viddion marah.
Some people when they see cheese, chocolate or cake they don't think of calories.
Every second of my time, every letter of my word. One reason of my crime, two feathers of my bird.
The best opportunities to be nice to others come in the face of adversity. Kindness wins. Reciprocity rules. NetworkEtiquette.net
Sure, knowledge is power but it doesn’t hurt to also have a sword. Just in case.” Heartan, Viddion marah.
…the blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought.
When will being independent and strong and not following the pack and daring to be different and being brave in my opinions, my fashion choices and my hair colour be enough?
Good becomes better by playing against better, but better doesn't become the best by playing against good.
Creativity without discipline will struggle, creativity with discipline will succeed.
An assembly is extra slow in taking actions.
How am I supposed to believe you when you're obviously carrying a fake monogram Gucci Bag?
It is proper netiquette to invite new friends in real life to connect with you on the internet. NetworkEtiquette.net
Fashion doesn't make you perfect, but it makes you pretty.
You can take the Indian out of the family, but you cannot take the family out of the Indian.
So walk, or run if you can to your dreams. It doesn't matter if it's far or near. You can pause along the way but never stop, OK? Then hug it when you finally meet it! Embrace the moment. Love it and never let it go. Hold its opportunities and kiss its lessons with full of sincerity. Remember every moment of it - specially - the journey. It is what matters most.
Good updates are nice, as a matter of netiquette. Bad ones are negative. NetworkEtiquette.net
When I was a kid…We believed it was butter, and we drank whole milk. Now, coffee, cheese, flour, oil, sugar, salt, beer, and ice cream are bad for us, and we should eat foods that are improved, no-fat, lo-cal, lite, organic, unsaturated, decaffeinated, artificial, or taste awful, and contain enough dyes and preservatives to look appetizing and last a long time in their pretty packaging that is 43% of their retail cost figuring in advertising.
No tricks, no tools, but talent makes a task truly top class.
It's true. The storms won't last forever. The nasty weather will never last. There is always that light at the end of the tunnel.
Our every action has consequences. Thoughts have consequences. Since actions start from thoughts I guess I can say technically that thoughts in general have consequences. In our thoughts we make dreams. So if I think I can do it, then my actions will be "I CAN" and I am able to do it. So the result or the consequence will be "I did it!".
My Life can be summed up under three 'C's Confusion Chaos Comedy
What luck has gave you will probably leave you.
It is always easier to edit what has been written than to write what has not been done.
Power does not pardon, power punishes.
Captain Hank Bracker
President John F. Kennedy’s Cigars On February 7, 1962, President Kennedy announced to his staff that he needed some help finding as many of the prestigious Cuban Petit Upmann cigars as possible. He let it be known that he would like to have 1,000 of these cigars by the next morning. Being the President of the United States, his wish was granted when, on the morning of February 8th, his Press Secretary Pierre Salinger came in and deposited 1,200 cigars on Kennedy’s desk. Smiling, Kennedy opened his desk, took out a document and signed it, banning importation of all Cuban-made products into the United States. Some years later when asked about that moment, Salinger said that there were actually 1,201 cigars.
Ursula K. Le Guin
My enemies must nominate themselves; I have no interest at all in making, finding, or knowing them.
Most blogs are just some boring chick telling you everything you never wanted to know about her stupid life. Every single day she tells you more boring details until you just want to write to her and say, ‘Yo, bitch, when something actually happens, let me know!
State first, subject second, statesman last.
Teresa R. Funke
When you find your passion, turn a deaf ear to the naysayers and follow your dreams.
Before we complicated life with money, machines and missiles we did well with morals, manpower and meetings.
A powerful process automatically takes care of progress, productivity and profits.
He prayed for the day when he'd become her North Star, a trusted and true destination she longed for. He would then be awakened in the night and she would be there, not as an aberration but as safe a port as he had ever known and one he would never want to leave. He, in turn, would light her sky with a love she had never known, and would never need search for again.
It is always easier to edit what has been written than to write what has not been started.
In a democracy, there will be more complaints but less crisis, in a dictatorship more silence but much more suffering.
...trying to use willpower to overcome the apathetic sort of sadness that accompanies depression is like a person with no arms trying to punch themselves until their hands grow back. A fundamental component of the plan is missing and it isn't going to work.
Cowards say it can't be done, critics say it shouldn't have been done, creator say well done.
I don't imagine book elitists as my audience when writing. I dream about teachers, morticians and garbage men instead.
With discipline, you can lose weight, you can excel in work, you can win the war.
A good swordsman is more important than a good sword.
Action achieves ambition.
If your prudence stops you every time from taking an action, then you are no more prudent, you are frightened.
Some of us can live without a society but not without a family.
Respect cannot be inherited, respect is the result of right actions.
I have blogged previously about the dangerous and deadly effects of science denialism, from the innocent babies unnecessarily exposed to deadly diseases by other kids whose parents are anti-vaxxers, to the frequent examples of how acceptance of evolution helps us stop diseases and pests (and in the case of Baby Fae, rejection of evolution was fatal), to the long-term effects of climate denial to the future of the planet we all depend upon. But one of the strangest forms of denialism is the weird coalition of people who refuse to accept the medical fact that the HIV virus causes AIDS. What the heck? Didn’t we resolve this issue in the 1980s when the AIDS condition first became epidemic and the HIV virus was discovered and linked to AIDS? Yes, we did—but for people who want to deny scientific reality, it doesn’t matter how many studies have been done, or how strong the scientific consensus is. There are a significant number of people out there (especially among countries and communities with high rates of AIDS infections) that refuse to accept medical reality. I described all of these at greater length in my new book Reality Check: How Science Deniers Threaten our Future.
In any game, the game itself is the prize, no matter who wins, ultimately both lose the game.
I am yet to find one reliable friend in this crowd of shifting strangers. I have no true friends only mimicries, users and loopers. People popping in and out, keeping tabs on my life, not adding much credence to my existence yet not abandoning my life entirely because they know that greatness lies beyond the layers of this muck. It is up to me to discover those who are worth taking on this journey towards my destiny and the ones who will only get in my way.
I'm a busy author with a sense of Humor, so hang, it's a bumpy ride"!
Please, do not take the internet literally because it is data. Life happens. Thank you. Netiquette NetworkEtiquette.net
A million years ago - some hairy bastard daubed a horse on the wall of his cave, he saw it, he drew it - well done! Flash forward: 'Hello, welcome to my vlog. Today I bought a plum