John Schneider Quotes

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You have got to be good in that town if you want to beat the crowd.' So says young John on his first sight of New York City. THE CROWD (1928)
Steven Jay Schneider (1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die)
I looked up in curiosity. Behind us stood the Brown and Eagle Wool Warehouse and Schneider's Cap Factory, both constructed with that wholehearted devotion to industry that sullied the word architecture.
Lyndsay Faye (Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr. John H. Watson)
Young people," McDonald said contemptuously. "You always think there's something to find out." "Yes, sir," Andrews said. "Well, there's nothing," McDonald said. "You get born, and you nurse on lies, and you get weaned on lies, and you learn fancier lies in school. You live all your life on lies, and then maybe when you're ready to die, it comes to you--that there's nothing, nothing but yourself and what you could have done. Only you ain't done it, because the lies told you there was something else. Then you know you could of had the world, because you're the only one that knows the secret; only then it's too late. You're too old." "No," Andrews said. A vague terror crept from the darkness that surrounded them, and tightened his voice. "That's not the way it is." "You ain't learned, then," McDonald said. "You ain't learned yet....look. You spend nearly a year of your life and sweat, because you have faith in the dream of a fool. And what have you got? Nothing. You kill three, four thousand buffalo, and stack their skins neat; and the buffalo will rot wherever you left them, and the rats will nest in the skins. What have you got to show? A year gone out of your life, a busted wagon that a beaver might use to make a dam with, some calluses on your hands, and the memory of a dead man." "No," Andrew said. "That's not all. That's not all I have." "Then what? What have you got?" Andrews was silent. "You can't answer. Look at Miller. Knows the country he was in as well as any man alive, and had faith in what he believed was true. What good did it do him? And Charley Hoge with his Bible and his whisky. Did that make your winter any easier, or save your hides? And Schneider. What about Schneider? Was that his name? "That was his name," Andrews said. "And that's all that's left of him," McDonald said. "His name. And he didn't even come out of it with that for himself." McDonald nodded, not looking at Andrews. "Sure, I know. I came out of it with nothing, too. Because I forgot what I learned a long time ago. I let the lies come back. I had a dream, too, and because it was different from yours and Miller's, I let myself think it wasn't a dream. But now I know, boy. And you don't. And that makes all the difference.
John Williams (Butcher's Crossing)
Dr. Ryley. Mrs. Schneider looked a little surprised, then took on the role of hostess, pouring my coffee, offering sugar, cream. She pressed cookies on me,
John Connolly (Dark Hollow (Charlie Parker, #2))
traders who are honest with themselves, will admit that being consistently successful in this game is extremely hard. Some studies suggest that 95% of traders lose money, and “only 5% of traders can make a living at it,” or “only 1% of traders really make big money.” 39   John
David Schneider (The 80/20 Investor: How to Simplify Investing with a Powerful Principle to Achieve Superior Returns)
I Never Knew I Had A Choice I never knew I had a choice. I thought I had to be what others saw in me. I never knew I had a voice. I felt I had to hide the things I held inside. Tears and years rolled slowly past. Somehow I knew it wouldn’t last. Now freedom calls my name. My life won’t be the same. I’m not afraid to change. And as I leave the past behind, it’s good to realize the choice is mine. I never knew I had inside the strength to carry on no matter what went wrong. I never knew I had the pride to search for something new to change my point of view. But it appears that I was wrong. I had it in me all along. Now freedom calls my name. My life won’t be the same. I’m not afraid to change. And as I leave the past behind, it’s good to realize the choice is mine. -Copyright by John Everett September 14, 1980
Gerald Corey, Marianne Schneider Corey, Michelle Muratori
Let everyone at this time forget the priest. It is not the priest, who in form and name is like ourselves, but it is the Supreme, Eternal High Priest Himself Who has accomplished this sacrifice, which He accomplishes eternally through His priests. On the holy table there lies not the symbol, not the appearance of the Body, but the actual Body of the Lord Who suffered on earth, endured blows, was spat on, was crucified, and buried, rose and ascended to heaven, and sits at the right hand of the Father. We can no longer see anything but the appearance of bread, which serves as nourishment for men, according to what the Lord himself said: “I am the bread” (John 6:35).75
Athanasius Schneider (The Catholic Mass: Steps to Restore the Centrality of God in the Liturgy)
First John 3:8 says: “The Son of God appeared for this purpose, to destroy the works of the devil.” He did not come to tolerate the works of evil; He came to destroy them. Scripture teaches that the words holy and violence belong in the same sentence when you are battling demons. Satan does not go away if we address him—even persistently—with a passive spirit. Satan does not go away if we ask him politely to leave. Satan responds to a holy resolve. Think of the righteous anger
K.A. Schneider (Self-Deliverance: How to Gain Victory over the Powers of Darkness)