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Please, Orma, I’ve already gotten you in so much trouble—” “That I can’t possibly get into more. Take it.” He wouldn’t stop glaring at me until I’d put the earring back on its cord. “You are all that’s left of Linn. Her own people won’t even say her name. I—I value your continued existence.” I could not speak; he had pierced me to my very heart.
Rachel Hartman (Seraphina (Seraphina, #1))
She could no longer remember what Ambrose looked like, or smelled like, or was like. All she knew was Cassius Clayton McLinn. All she wanted began and ended with him.
Laura Frantz (The Colonel's Lady)
So you're her brother? Says Linn. I guess we know who got the good genes.
Veronica Roth
She'd stand on her own two feet if she had to crawl.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
There's three things I've seen in this world that seem to make a body happy or miserable. It's no money or health or any of those other things most people talk about. It's knowing where you fit in this world, being able to go after your dreams, and love.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Only loss can teach us the true worth of things.” Linn’s clothes rustled as she knelt before Ana and grasped her hands. “There is nothing we can do but go on, one day at a time. We live in their memory, taking the breaths they cannot draw again, catching the warmth of the sunlight that they were meant to feel.
Amélie Wen Zhao (Blood Heir (Blood Heir Trilogy, #1))
Dating's all about giving you chances to bump and brush and touch and, occasionally, talk.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Blaming some deity for your own hate seems pretty messed up to me.
Laurent Linn (Draw the Line)
Easy' is an adjective used to describe a woman who has the sexual morals of a man.
Nancy Linn-Desmond
There comes a time when you just have to be willing to decide what is more important to you and leave behind the things that stand in your way or hold you back from being yourself.
Heather Linn (Beginnings End (Shattered Skies, #1))
I shook my head. 'I did not contribute to the sex trade, no. I know you're disappointed; I'm sorry.' Linn huffed through a smile. 'You totally did Thailand wrong. Go back.'
Cary Attwell (The Other Guy)
Now I know just what heaven feels like...
A.J. Linn
Marghe learned of linn cloud, the waterfall cloud in multilayers which brought very heavy rain; of n’gus, queen daggerhorn sky—stately and slow-moving like the beasts of the forest; of pilwe sky, soft, white undulating cloud that could hide the sun for a whole moon.
Nicola Griffith (Ammonite)
The Cairngorm water is all clear. Flowing from granite, with no peat to darken it, it has never the golden amber, the ‘horse-back brown’ so often praised in Highland burns. When it has any colour at all, it is green, as in the Quoich near its linn. It is a green like the green of winter skies, but lucent, clear like aquamarines, without the vivid brilliance of glacier water. Sometimes the Quoich waterfalls have violet playing through the green, and the pouring water spouts and bubbles in a violet froth.
Nan Shepherd (The Living Mountain: A Celebration of the Cairngorm Mountains of Scotland (Canons))
If I am not crushed by cliff slide I will become the summit
Karla Linn Merrifield (Lithic Scatter and Other Poems)
The beach is a virtual strand-to-sand buffet of hot chicks, and these girls are always ready for a party..
A.J. Linn
Experience is the best teacher."... The primary and most obvious reason for this is that revelation is not over, God is constantly revealing himself to us in our experience.... Of
Dennis Linn (Sleeping with Bread: Holding What Gives You Life)
Some flowers need to be alone, for some time, even if it's lonely. They need to find themselves, to stand in their own light. 
Anne Linn Kaland (The Little Flower: A short story about healing after loss)
What I have always loved most in men is imperfection.
Linn Ullmann
Otsusta minu üle mu tegude järgi, ehkki neid on vähe, mitte mu sõnade järgi, kuigi neid on palju.
Arthur C. Clarke (Linn ja tähed)
Step beyond right and wrong, and resist passing judgment. Who you’ve been and what you’ve experienced in the past isn’t good . . . and it isn’t bad. You might not know the whole story.
Denise Linn (Past Lives, Present Miracles: The Most Empowering Book on Reincarnation You'll Ever Read...in this Lifetime!)
Sometimes, Linn thought, bravery was not loud, or grand, or brilliant as the blaze of a thousand fires. Sometimes it was quite. Unremarkable. Unknown. The resilient wend of water through rocks, year after year after year.
Amélie Wen Zhao (Red Tigress (Blood Heir Trilogy, #2))
There's three things I've seen in this world that seem to make a body happy or miserable. It's not money or health or any of those other things most people talk about. It's knowing where you fit in this world, being able to go after your dreams and love.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
No need to get uppity now. There’s just all kinds of talk swirlin’ since Colonel McLinn abandoned his men at maneuvers and come to yo’ cabin like he did. You know what folks are startin’ to call you, don’t you?” She darted a sly look her way. “ ‘The Colonel’s Lady.
Laura Frantz (The Colonel's Lady)
So many dreams wiped out in one split second
A.J. Linn (A Gentleman's Memoir (A Gentleman's #3))
When I did finally grace that stage with my presence,it was the most exhilarating moment of my life
A.J. Linn (A Gentleman's Memoir (A Gentleman's #3))
Smith’s eyes traced
Patricia McLinn (A Stranger in the Family (Bardville, Wyoming #1))
thousand details aligned in his head—things he’d see to, people he’d call, decisions he’d make—to
Patricia McLinn (A Stranger in the Family (Bardville, Wyoming #1))
Dave announced as he pulled into the Methodist Church parking lot where the exterior lights were starting to show
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Unlike Michelangelo, I may not have church ceilings and museum walls to hang art on, to show what I need the world to see. But I do have lockers. And I have the Internet.
Laurent Linn (Draw the Line)
Burrell stopped his lawyer’s protest by raising one large hand, palm out. “It’s like
Patricia McLinn (Sign Off (Caught Dead in Wyoming, #1))
Jag vill inte dö, jag vill leva, men om hon dör finns det ingen plats för mig i den här världen.
Linn Ullmann (De urolige)
Ar chualabhair riamh," arsa Eoghain, "ná fanann tráigh le headra agus ní lú mar a fhanfaidh an traein linne. Ní hé seo an tOileán agaibh go bhfanfaidh an naomhóg libh go mbeidh sibh ullamh." Chuir sin imníomh orainn agus bhí gach aoinne ar a dhícheall ag baint an stáisiúin amach. Nuair a shroicheamar é ba dhóigh leat nár cailleadh aoinne riamh, bhí a oiread sin daoine ann. Bhí gach carráiste lán.
Peig Sayers (An Old Woman's Reflections: The Life of a Blasket Island Storyteller)
Ocean acidification is sometimes referred to as global warming’s “equally evil twin.” The irony is intentional and fair enough as far as it goes, which may not be far enough. No single mechanism explains all the mass extinctions in the record, and yet changes in ocean chemistry seem to be a pretty good predictor. Ocean acidification played a role in at least two of the Big Five extinctions (the end-Permian and the end-Triassic) and quite possibly it was a major factor in a third (the end-Cretaceous). There’s strong evidence for ocean acidification during an extinction event known as the Toarcian Turnover, which occurred 183 million years ago, in the early Jurassic, and similar evidence at the end of the Paleocene, 55 million years ago, when several forms of marine life suffered a major crisis. “Oh, ocean acidification,” Zalasiewicz had told me at Dob’s Linn. “That’s the big nasty one that’s coming down.
Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History)
It was easy to tell who at Ortolan was once an actor and was now a career waiter. The careerists were older, for one, and precise and fussy about enforcing Findlay’s rules, and at staff dinners they would ostentatiously swirl the wine that the sommelier’s assistant poured them to sample and say things like, “It’s a little like that Linne Calodo Petite Sirah you served last week, José, isn’t it?” or “Tastes a little minerally, doesn’t it? This a New Zealand?” It was understood that you didn’t ask them to come to your productions—you only asked your fellow actor-waiters, and if you were asked, it was considered polite to at least try to go—and you certainly didn’t discuss auditions, or agents, or anything of the sort with them. Acting was like war, and they were veterans: they didn’t want to think about the war, and they certainly didn’t want to talk about it with naïfs who were still eagerly dashing toward the trenches, who were still excited to be in-country. Findlay
Hanya Yanagihara (A Little Life)
And they don't know me. To them, I'm just categories and clichés, too. The geek. The gay boy. The wimp. Even though I screamed at Doug in front of everyday at Boo, what have I done since then that anyone knows about? I'm happily a geek and happily gay, but I'm no longer a wimp.
Laurent Linn (Draw the Line)
Selleks, et määratud kodanikkude arv mitte väheseks ei jääks ega ülearu suureks ei paisuks, on antud käsk , et üheski peres, ei oleks umbkaudu 14-aastasi lapsi ühekorraga vähem, kui 10 ja rohkem kui 16, samal ajal kui nooremate laste suhtes mingit arvu kindlaks määratud, ega ette kirjutatud ei ole. Kes suuremates peredes ülearu on, väiksema juurdekasvuga peredesse paigutatakse. Kui aga juhtuma peaks, et kogu linnas see arv üle lubatud määra tõuseb, siis täidavad needsinased teiste linnade puudujääki. Kui juhtub, et terve saare rahvaarv lubatud määrast üle läheb, valitakse igast linnast teatud kodanikud ja rajatakse nende eneste seaduste järgi linn kõige lähemal maal. Nad võtavad ka selle maa rahva eneste sekka... kui aga selle maa asukad utooplastega koos ja nende seaduste all elada ei taha, siis aetakse nad välja.
Thomas More (Utopia)
Дельфин: Мне пора на работу. Женщина: А что у тебя за работа? Дельфин: Я вожу такси. Женщина: А где твое такси? Дельфин: Это очень маленькое такси. Его трудно заметить. Женщина: Весьма трудно. Дельфин: Вот почему я здесь и занят поисками. Это мое такси я называю "ледяным органом". Вот так. Женщина: Это, что, такси, которое водят в холодильнике? Поэтому тебя так интересует лед? Дельфин: Разумеется. Женщина: Но как ты там помещаешься? Ты же не влезешь в холодильник. Дельфин: Нет. Женщина: Вот-вот. Дельфин: На самом деле я не таксист. Женщина: Так я и думала. Дельфин: Я сантехник. Женщина: Сон-техник? А где твоя техника? Дельфин: В ящике. Женщина: А где ящик? Дельфин: Он очень маленький. Женщина: Наверно, в холодильнике, да? Дельфин: Не-е-ет! В лампе! Женщина: А ты хоть знаешь, для чего нужны лампы? Дельфин: Знаю, чтобы сантехники хранили в них свои сны.
Gunilla Linn Persson
Unexpected tears burned at her eyes. An impulse to put her arms around him, to stroke her hands over his strong back, propelled her a step forward. No! She gripped the top rail of the fence, appalled. Not three minutes ago she’d told Marti how the lessons learned about this man on Santa Estella and in the years since were deeply ingrained. Then, one sympathetic exchange with him–good heavens, she didn’t even know if her suppositions were close to the mark–and she would throw her arms around him? Maybe she needed to be more careful around him. Much more careful. And maybe she better keep an eye on the weather forecast for hurricanes venturing into Wyoming. * * * * “Now, Matthew, you stay put,” Kendra ordered once she had him encased in his bib and safely in his high chair. “ ‘Unch!” he ordered. “Please?” “Pease.” “That’s a good boy. I’ll get it right away.” Over her shoulder, she added to Daniel, “Keep an eye on him, will
Patricia McLinn (Lost and Found Groom (A Place Called Home, #1))
Дельфин: Кстати, что такое одинокий человек? Женщина: Глупый вопрос! Дельфин: Я не тебя спрашиваю. А мою тень. Женщина: И что она ответила? Дельфин: Секрет. Моя тень — что-то среднее между ракушкой и облаком. Моя тень — загадка. Женщина: А в моей тени нет ничего загадочного. Она до ужаса банальная. Пахнет бананами, очень обычный запах. Дельфин: Довольно одинокий запах. Женщина: Откуда ты знаешь? Дельфин: Мне тень сказала. Женщина: А я не слышала. Дельфин: Она только в воде говорит.
Gunilla Linn Persson
Женщина: Знаешь, что делать, когда чувствуешь себя одиноким и никому не нужным? Когда тебе грустно, а в твоих объятьях - пустота? Нужно встать, обхватить себя руками и выйти на свет вместе с тенью! Глотнуть воздуха! Дельфин: Ты пьешь воздух? Зачем? Женщина: Это просто фраза такая. Так говорят. Дельфин: А вдруг воздух глотнет тебя?
Gunilla Linn Persson
Men and their honor and fighting… Such things were fine for them. They had victory or they had death, and with the latter a hope of heaven. They did not think about the women left behind to be raped, the children to be sold into slavery. Men and their damned, damned honor.
James L. Nelson (Dubh-linn (The Norsemen Saga, #2))
With distractingly long, violet hair and a desire to be worshipped in every way possible, publicly, in some ways, she became my salvation.
A.J. Linn (A Gentleman's Memoir (A Gentleman's #3))
Seal all, kus kaldapealne jõe kaheks lõhestab ja tumedad vesikasvud ei tea, kummale poole lehvitada, suples täna kaks kajakat. Nad justnimelt suplesid, nagu nad muidu ei saaks vees olla ja nüüd tulid hommikujaheduses kümblema! Aga võib-olla ei saagi. On linnakajakad, töötavad mujal, prügikastidel, kohvikute juures, hoovides. See hommikune kümblus on nende moment suvises linnas. Siis tuleb jälle tööle minna. Linn on töö.
Tõnu Õnnepalu (Pariis. Kakskümmend viis aastat hiljem)
In order to write about real people - parents, children, lovers, friends, enemies, brothers, uncles, or the occasional passerby - it is necessary to make them fictional. I believe this is the only way of breathing life into them. To remember is to look around, again and again, equally astonished every time.
Linn Ullmann (Unquiet)
Linn on tolmune, palav ja haisev kivist monstrum - pealtnäha. Nähtamatult on ta hingede tohutu, katkematu põiming. Jumala, võib-olla, hajameelne heegeldustöö. Tema sõrmed keeravad elude ja nende unistuste lõngu, sellal kui ta ise vaatab mujale ja mõtleb millelegi muule, universumitele, mida veel teha võiks, oma suurele laulule, mis ikka veel on laulmata. Sest miks Jumalaga peaks see olema teisiti? Ikka, laulmata. Ükskord tuleb õhtu ja sama hajameelselt paneb ta heegeldustöö käest, värvilised lõngad ripnemas, pooleli, ja tema kass, kui tal see on, tema tujukas ja seletamatu kass võib tulla ja need sassi ajada. Siis pole midagi parata, peab selle asja üles harutama. Või lihtsalt jääbki pooleli. Võetakse uued lõngad. Aetakse kass teise tuppa, karistatakse teda, aga või kass sellest kuulab! Korraks tõmbab nurka, vahib sealt, peksab sabaga. Siis on jälle sõber. Jumal paneb tema kausi täis.
Tõnu Õnnepalu (Pariis. Kakskümmend viis aastat hiljem)
No you haven’t, or you would never have been persuaded by anything your father and I and Grams Brennan ever said.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
carriage and seemed to be pondering for a moment. Lavender
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
to
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Shopping Dana Gioia I enter the temple of my people but do not pray. I pass the altars of the gods but do not kneel Or offer sacrifices proper to the season. Strolling the hushed aisles of the department store, I see visions shining under glass, Divinities of leather, gold, and porcelain, Shrines of cut crystal, stainless steel, and silicon. But I wander the arcades of abundance, Empty of desire, no credit to my people, Envying the acolytes their passionate faith. Blessed are the acquisitive, For theirs is the kingdom of commerce. Redeem me, gods of the mall and marketplace. Mercury, protector of cell phones and fax machines, Venus, patroness of bath and bedroom chains, Tantalus, guardian of the food court. Beguile me with the aromas of coffee, musk, and cinnamon. Surround me with delicately colored soaps and moisturizing creams. Comfort me with posters of children with perfect smiles And pouting teenage models clad in lingerie. I am not made of stone. Show me satins, linen, crepe de chine, and silk, Heaped like cumuli in the morning sky, As if all caravans and argosies ended in this parking lot To fill these stockrooms and loading docks. Sing me the hymns of no cash down and the installment plan, Of custom fit, remote control, and priced to move. Whisper the blessing of Egyptian cotton, polyester, and cashmere. Tell me in what department my desire shall be found. Because I would buy happiness if I could find it, Spend all that I possessed or could borrow. But what can I bring you from these sad emporia? Where in this splendid clutter Shall I discover the one true thing? Nothing to carry, I should stroll easily Among the crowded countertops and eager cashiers, Bypassing the sullen lines and footsore customers, Spending only my time, discounting all I see. Instead I look for you among the pressing crowds, But they know nothing of you, turning away, Carrying their brightly packaged burdens. There is no angel among the vending stalls and signage. Where are you, my fugitive? Without you There is nothing but the getting and the spending Of things that have a price. Why else have I stalked the leased arcades Searching the kiosks and the cash machines? Where are you, my errant soul and innermost companion? Are you outside amid the potted palm trees, Bumming a cigarette or joking with the guards, Or are you wandering the parking lot Lost among the rows of Subarus and Audis? Or is it you I catch a sudden glimpse of Smiling behind the greasy window of the bus As it disappears into the evening rush?
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
She tried to keep her smile from stretching too wide. It was daylight, and their ships weren’t passing. They were standing face to face—
Patricia McLinn (The Beginning (Wyoming Wildflowers, #0.5))
He would dominate her only so long as she continued to grant him her willing submission.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
Part of her didn’t like to believe that she wanted do such things. But, looking back on it, Melody had to admit that she hadn’t been forced to do anything. He had told her what to do, it’s true. But, she could have said no and walked out the door at any time. Everything she had done, she had done of her own free will, and Melody was learning that there were powerful feelings and desires inside of her, whose existence she had never suspected.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
Get on your knees and suck cock, you filthy whore.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
He knew just how to push her buttons, she thought to herself – exactly when to talk dirty to her to make her feel so wanton and nasty. When he’d gotten her worked up into this mood, she loved being a dirty slut for him – the filthier and nastier the better.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
That’s it, suck my cock, you little bitch,” it was as if a door had been opened, and the men seemed to vie with each other to call her nastier and more vulgar names.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
being treated like nothing but a sex toy for their use, and she absolutely loved it.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
You look magnificent,” said the text on the screen, “I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a filthy cum-covered whore.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
She could end this, right now. But, she knew, it really would be the end. She thought about how it felt to serve him – how much she loved obeying his commands, and being his slut. He had already taken her to places she couldn’t have imagined, and it was only their second real encounter.
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
you really are a filthy fucking whore, you know that?
Imogen Linn (Melody Exposed)
Attempting to pin down in which ways the language of translations differs from that of nontranslated texts in the same target language is the focus of corpus-based descriptive studies such as Jarle Ebeling 1998, Sara Laviosa 1998 and Linn Øverås 1998.
Susanne Klinger (Translation and Linguistic Hybridity: Constructing World-View (Routledge Advances in Translation and Interpreting Studies))
There’s a toby man on board—him on your left.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
But what about you? How do you speak my language so well, sir?’ ‘I’m self-taught—but I’ve been several times to Spain in a professional capacity. Hopefully, these experiences took the edge off my appalling accent.’ ‘Indeed—your accent is good. You would pass for a native.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
There’s nothing else, just us. And the cameras. And those wonderful people out there in the dark.” Oh,
Laurent Linn (Draw the Line)
I think you English have an expression for times like this, do you not?’ The señora’s voice was light, but Lavender heard the hint of reproach directed at the older woman. ‘You say: “When needs must .
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
God's will is generally for us to do more of whatever we are most grateful for or whatever gives us most life.
Dennis Linn (Sleeping with Bread: Holding What Gives You Life)
What matters most in doing the examen is to experience an environment of unconditional love in which you feel safe to own your experience and feel all your feelings.
Dennis Linn (Sleeping with Bread: Holding What Gives You Life)
Some would say that because I fight depression I don’t have enough faith, because otherwise I would have been “totally healed” by now. Others would call me irresponsible for choosing to fight depression un-medicated; still others would call me faithless for the times when I did fight depression with pharmaceuticals. But one thing they can’t call me is dead.
Ashley Linne (Inseparable: Who I Am, Was, and Will Be in Christ (InScribed Collection))
She was getting married. Right now. To Steve Corbett.
Patricia McLinn (Wedding of the Century (Marry Me, #1))
She stepped back, his hand left suspended in the gap between them, and demanded, “Did you get Lily pregnant?
Patricia McLinn (Wedding of the Century (Marry Me, #1))
women were the more curious of the two sexes. They were never happy until they had determined someone’s pedigree and ‘placed’ that person in society.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
We’ve got to eliminate all other possible explanations
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
Greed combined with desperation is an unhealthy mix,
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
Be careful, Detective, or the grindylows will nab you!’ The young woman’s voice had a musical quality like the trilling of birdsong. Lavender spun around. Laurel Faa Geddes stood behind them. She had appeared out of nowhere—as silent as a padding cat. One silver-ringed hand rested lightly on her hip. She grinned. Her vivid blue eyes sparkled mischievously. ‘I’m not familiar with the grindylows, Miss Geddes.’ Lavender smiled. ‘Perhaps you’d care to enlighten me?’ She pointed a grimy finger towards the reeds at the edge of the brackish pool. ‘They live down there, in the watter. They’ve long, sinewy arms and grab you to drown you, if you’re not careful.’ ‘Sounds like a few of the trollops I’ve met down the London docks,’ Woods observed.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
The staircase ran up the side of the pele tower between two thick stone walls, one of them the outer wall of the building. A few lanterns hung from metal hooks, and their candles flickered petulantly in the draught.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
Master George was as bad-tempered as a bull with sunstroke.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
The ancient woodland became darker and denser as they followed the overgrown path that snaked beside the stream. Gnarled fingers of skeletal trees creaked overhead, and their moss-covered trunks fought against the steep incline of the gorge.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
It seems to me that Magistrate Clennell was more reluctant to condemn a member of the gentry to trial than he was when it came to condemnin’ a common labourer, James Charlton.’ ‘Of course he was.’ Lavender’s tone was bitter. ‘We have to remember, Ned, whom the law has been designed to protect—and from whom.
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
Cuthbertson and conducted to his home. Revs. John Cuthbertson, Matthew Linn and Alexander Dobbin constituted the first REFORMED PRESBYTERY IN AMERICA, at Paxtang, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, March 10, 1774.
Anonymous
If you live your life animated by the flesh—namely, your fallen, corrupt nature—then your mind is focused on the matters of the flesh. But if you live your life animated by the Spirit—namely, God’s indwelling presence—then your focus is on the work of the Spirit. A mind focused on the flesh is doomed to death, but a mind focused on the Spirit will find full life and complete peace. You see, a mind focused on the flesh is declaring war against God; it defies the authority of God’s law and is incapable of following His path. So it is clear that God takes no pleasure in those who live oriented to the flesh.
Ashley Linne (Inseparable: Who I Am, Was, and Will Be in Christ (InScribed Collection))
But I Digress...
A.J. Linn (A Gentleman's Affair (A Gentleman's #1))
Samme morgen som du reiste hjem, sto jeg opp og tok ned alle bildene av deg. Jeg la dem i en eske og skrev "Jonas" på den. Kanskje har du en eske med navnet mitt på, kanskje kikker du i den innimellom. Kanskje sitter du våken nå og ser ut av vinduet ditt København, jeg har aldri sett utsikten din, men Stian sier den er fin, du bor høyt oppe.
Linn Strømsborg
Although the impression might be given from this discussion that economists wish to preserve some kind of balance between contrasting values in the market and the non-market spheres of public life, the current reality is that market values are more and more crowding out non-market values; and in the process, they are undermining general moral standards.
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
Behind this public glorification of greed, three recent experimental research studies suggest that the academic discipline of economics encourages a culture of greed.
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
As the authors of the studies point out, these effects suggest that economics education may have serious consequences for students’ attitudes towards greed.
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
I am not arguing that we should now completely shift our whole economy from one based on priced monetary transactions to one based simply on generosity. A modern economy based on generosity is an ideal that requires a fundamental shift in general attitudes.
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
When I heard Zizek’s statement, I have to admit that I reacted strongly against it. For the first twenty-five years of my adult life, I had worked in politics and trade unionism trying to build a better world and, as I saw it, to rid us of the suffering caused by capitalism.
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
Ocean Carriers Case Analysis, Mary Linn, Vice President of Ocean Carriers (a transportation association), is evaluating a proposed lease of a watercraft for . casehow.com
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Peter Singer, a moral philosopher and professor at Princeton University points out, however, that there are in fact three freedoms at stake here: the freedom to donate blood for no financial reward, the freedom to sell blood, but also the freedom to give blood as a priceless gift whose value hinges solely on the need of the recipient, because it cannot be bought.14
Vaddhaka Linn (The Buddha on Wall Street: What's Wrong with Capitalism and What We Can Do about It)
Every time you replace a fearful thought with a loving thought, you make the world a better place.
Denise Linn
The first time I see him is during lunch. As I’m waiting in the cafeteria food line, Alex is two people in front of me. This girl, Nola Linn, is in between us. And she’s not moving down the line fast enough. Alex’s jeans are faded and torn at the knee. His hair is falling into his eyes and I’m itching to push it back. If Nola wouldn’t be so wishy-washy about her choice of fruit… Alex caught me checking him out. I quickly focus my attention on the soup of the day. Minestrone. “Want a cup or bowl, hon?” Mary, the lunch lady, asks me. “Bowl,” I say, pretending to be totally interested in the way she ladles the soup into the bowl. After she hands it to me, I hurry past Nola and stand by the cashier. Right behind Alex. As if he knows I’m stalking him, he turns around. His eyes pierce mine and for a moment I feel as if the rest of the world is closed out and it’s just the two of us. The urge to jump into his arms and feel the warmth of them surrounding me is so powerful, I wonder if it’s medically possible to be addicted to another human being. I clear my throat. “Your turn,” I say, motioning to the cashier. He moves forward with his tray, a slice of pizza on it. “I’ll pay for hers, too,” he says, pointing at me. The cashier waves her finger at me, “What’d you get? Bowl of minestrone?” “Yeah, but…Alex, don’t pay for me.” “Don’t worry. I can afford a bowl of soup,” he says defensively, handing over three dollars. Colin barges into the line and stands next to me. “Move along. Get your own girlfriend to stare at,” he snaps at Alex, then shoos him off. I pray Alex doesn’t retaliate by telling Colin we kissed. Everyone in line is watching us. I can feel their stares on the back of my neck. Alex takes his change from the cashier and without a backward glance heads for the outside courtyard off the cafeteria where he usually sits. I feel so selfish, because I want the best of both worlds. I want to keep the image I’ve worked so hard to create. That image includes Colin. I also want Alex. I can’t stop thinking about having him hold me again and kiss me until I’m breathless. Colin says to the cashier, “I’ll pay for hers and mine.” The cashier looks at me in confusion. “Didn’t that other boy pay for you already?” Colin waits for me to correct her. When I don’t, he gives me a disgusted look and stomps out of the cafeteria.
Simone Elkeles (Perfect Chemistry (Perfect Chemistry, #1))
was off yanking innocent fish out of an idyllic existence in some lake
Patricia McLinn (Sign Off (Caught Dead in Wyoming, #1))
THE MAGIC OF LOVE The magic of personal love works miracles as this true story testifies: Even one person’s intimate love can deeply heal another. For example,Tom, a simple person without training in psychotherapy, worked as an orderly in a mental hospital. One of the sickest patients in the hospital, a deeply psychotic woman, had been there for eighteen years. She never spoke to anyone, or even looked in another’s eyes. She sat alone all day in a rocking chair, rocking back and forth. One day during his dinner break, Tom found another rocking chair, pulled it over, and rocked along beside her as he ate his dinner. He returned the next day, and the next. Tom worked only five days per week, but he asked for special permission to come in on his days off so he could rock with the psychotic woman. Tom did this every day for six months. Then one evening as he got up to leave, the woman said, “Good night.” It was the first time she had spoken in eighteen years. After that, she began to get well. Tom still came to rock with her every day, and eventually she was healed of her psychosis.* *Healing the Eight Stages of Life. M. Linn, S. Fabricant, D. Linn. Paulist Press. 1988.
Gary Chapman (Love as a Way of Life: Seven Keys to Transforming Every Aspect of Your Life)
THE MAGIC OF LOVE The magic of personal love works miracles as this true story testifies: Even one person’s intimate love can deeply heal another. For example,Tom, a simple person without training in psychotherapy, worked as an orderly in a mental hospital. One of the sickest patients in the hospital, a deeply psychotic woman, had been there for eighteen years. She never spoke to anyone, or even looked in another’s eyes. She sat alone all day in a rocking chair, rocking back and forth. One day during his dinner break, Tom found another rocking chair, pulled it over, and rocked along beside her as he ate his dinner. He returned the next day, and the next. Tom worked only five days per week, but he asked for special permission to come in on his days off so he could rock with the psychotic woman. Tom did this every day for six months. Then one evening as he got up to leave, the woman said, “Good night.” It was the first time she had spoken in eighteen years. After that, she began to get well. Tom still came to rock with her every day, and eventually she was healed of her psychosis.* *Healing the Eight Stages of Life. M. Linn, S. Fabricant, D. Linn. Paulist Press. 1988.
Anthony M. Coniaris (God And You: Person To Person: Developing A Daily Personal Relationship With Jesus)
Her thoughts and feelings meant nothing to them. She meant nothing to them. All they wanted was to fuck her. To use her body for their pleasure.
Imogen Linn (Melody in the Dark)
Cock after cock was thrust into her mouth and cunt.
Imogen Linn (Melody in the Dark)
Oh, you magnificent slut. You have no idea how proud I am of you, right now.
Imogen Linn (Melody in the Dark)
The feeling of power was extraordinary.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
You like being told to kneel down and suck cock, don’t you, you little slut?
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Tony took hold of Kim’s hips as he started to fuck her, thrusting his cock into her and groaning with pleasure as he slid deep inside the hot, tight wetness of her cunt.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Is this what Master sees, when I look at him?” she thought to herself.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Paradoxically, the more control she relinquished to him, the more she seemed to gain over her own life.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
How about when I touched you like this? You wanted me to do that, didn’t you … you little slut?
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
I liked it in the club, too. I liked it when you called me … that word.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
When you called me… slut. I felt, I don’t know, but… I liked it.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
I…I’m a little s…slut.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Kim had made herself totally vulnerable, and Melody knew she held not just the other girl’s body in her hands, but something infinitely more valuable. Kim had offered herself completely – giving Melody her absolute trust, and Melody felt something close to awe as she thought of how much courage it must have taken. Melody’s heart was in her mouth as she humbly accepted this precious gift.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Because I want it to hurt, you dirty little bitch,
Imogen Linn (Melody in Control)
Didn't say it was easy. Said it was simple. Some of the simplest things aren't easy at all.
Patricia McLinn (A Stranger to Love (Bardville, Wyoming #2))
no, she’s not a slut for anyone else. She’s his slut. She’s only a slut for him.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
And, what does she want, that beautiful little slut?” “She wants…she wants to please him. To do whatever he tells her.” “Well then, I’m sure she shall,
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
She, the shy and awkward one, was now a sexy, wanton slut. She felt confident and desirable. Powerful, even as she gave complete control to this stranger – and it was complete. She knew she would do anything he told her to do. Be the perfect slut, for him.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
He simply thrust into her, viciously, his cock pumping in and out of her mouth as he fucked her face, pressing her lips to his crotch again and again as he all but raped her mouth.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
Please Sir, fuck me. Fuck your slut’s tight, wet cunt. I need it so badly. Shove your cock in me. Fuck me hard, like the nasty little whore I am.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
Oh god, yes. Please fuck my ass, Sir. I want you to shove your cock up my tight ass and make me your bitch. Fuck my ass hard. Make your nasty little slut scream for you, Sir.
Imogen Linn (Melody in Lingerie)
What is it that some women think a man who’s been eatin’ buffet all his life will suddenly settle in for the same menu every night once he tastes their cookin’?
Patricia McLinn (Left Hanging (Caught Dead in Wyoming, #2))
When the legendary Steve Schwarzman's firm went public in 2007, I was convinced that this was merely an opportunity to take advantage of a huge spike in the stock market for the partners in Blackstone to cash out and ultimately call it a day. I saw the public offering then as an unworthy investment, which could only serve to fill the partners' pockets while they proceeded to 'mail it in' for their new shareholders. But I have been proven completely wrong. Blackstone's history since its public offering is a continued history of success stories, and I believe the current energy restructuring opportunity will be no different. Elsewhere in this book, I talk a bit about the deal it made with Linn Energy, with very advantageous terms for Blackstone. As a long-term hold, I can find no better (public) PE firm to invest in.
Dan Dicker (Shale Boom, Shale Bust: The Myth of Saudi America)
The world is an infinitely better place when we don’t criticize the actions of others, but instead imagine walking in their shoes. Native Americans say: “Walk a mile in my moccasins.
Denise Linn (Past Lives, Present Miracles: The Most Empowering Book on Reincarnation You'll Ever Read...in this Lifetime!)
bandeja.
Patricia McLinn (Casi una Novia (Flores Silvestres de Wyoming #1))
If He spent an incomprehensible number of years creating His divine rescue plan and executing that plan through His Son at just the right moment, I have to believe that it wasn’t for nothing.
Ashley Linne (Inseparable: Who I Am, Was, and Will Be in Christ (InScribed Collection))
Fassaadide linn, mis poseerib väljamaalastele. Aga seinte varjus varitseb hirm, bürokraatlik mõttetus, vaesus, meeleheide.
Mailis Hudilainen (Minu Peterburi. Optimismi lühikursus (Minu..., # 69))
... Ütlen sulle kui arst ja peterburilane - see linn pole mõeldud elamiseks, vaid suremiseks.
Mailis Hudilainen (Minu Peterburi. Optimismi lühikursus (Minu..., # 69))
even before she charged out of her lawyer's office.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Each summer, with Kendra and Grif joining Amy and Luke in living at the ranch while their friends Dale Sinclair and Ellyn Neal spent more time here than at their homes in town, Far Hills Ranch was nearly what Marti had always dreamed
Patricia McLinn (Lost and Found Groom (A Place Called Home, #1))
Occasionally, for a fleeting, horrified moment, she caught a glimpse of herself. The shrill note in her voice. The stupid words. It was as if there were something heavy weighing on her tongue that had to be removed immediately—that expression, It’s time I took matters in hand, uttered in such a phony way—and out of her mouth she plucked a big, shiny bug. And then another. And one more. Her mouth full of big, shiny bugs.
Linn Ullmann (The Cold Song)
A man wakes up and for a few moments he experiences everything exactly as it is. Jon wrote: A man wakes up and is lucid. It doesn’t last long, though, he thought, that kind of lucidity. If it did you wouldn’t be able to stand it, it would kill you. Let
Linn Ullmann (The Cold Song)
It’s from Strindberg’s novella Alone,” he added, “and I’m going to begin in the middle of a sentence, I think Jenny would have liked that.” He smiled. And then he read: “I had, however, noted that we were not so quick to smile as before and that we observed a certain care in our speech. We had discovered the weight and the worth of the spoken word. Life had certainly not mellowed our judgment, but wisdom had eventually taught us that all one’s words come back to one; furthermore we had come to see that men cannot be described in full tones, but that one must also use halftones in order to express as accurately as possible one’s opinion of a person.” After
Linn Ullmann (The Cold Song)
A man wakes up and for a few moments he experiences everything exactly as it is. Jon wrote: A man wakes up and is lucid. It doesn’t last long, though, he thought, that kind of lucidity. If it did you wouldn’t be able to stand it, it would kill you.
Ullmann, Linn
really be suspicious.
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
doubted
Patricia McLinn (Almost a Bride (Wyoming Wildflowers, #1))
Ja see, mõtles Alvin, mida ta nüüd nägi, ei olnud lihtsalt mälestus. See oli midagi keerukamat - see oli mäluseadme mälestus.
Arthur C. Clarke (Linn ja tähed)
Her self-assurance was unusual for a woman who was a Catholic and an immigrant, but
Karen Charlton (The Heiress of Linn Hagh (Detective Lavender Mysteries, #1))
Believe in Yourself: Love You, Embrace You, Celebrate You
D. Linn Whorley
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For those who believe in the purpose of their dreams will become Kings or Queens of their own God-given potential.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Through every storm, the gentleness of the clouds will bring peace again.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Display confidence in all that you do—walk like you own the building.
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Expression and inspiration give wings to our creativity. Whenever we are inspired, we instantly become motivated to make things happen!
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Operate in your gift and you will arrive at your destiny.
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Nothing is unattainable if we want it badly enough, and put in the work that is required to get it!
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Hearing the word ‘no’ is of no consequence—when all you really need is one ‘yes,’ keep on going!
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
A Healthy, Happy, Abundant Life begins in your MIND, which translates into your THOUGHTS which trigger your ACTIONS and ULTIMATELY shapes your FUTURE…which remains unwritten~your Life is What YOU make it!
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Remember, the more you do, the more you do and the less you do, the less you do. So, the more you sit around and do nothing, the less you will want to get up and get moving.
D. Linn Whorley (To Inspire: A Collection of Inspirational "Quotes" to Dream, Learn and Live By . . .)
Anything worth having is worth working for: Set high expectations for yourself, when you reach those, set higher ones!
D. Linn Whorley (What I want my Child to Know...A Mother's Loving Advice)
The one who remembers his bravery has the power to manifest the meaning of hope.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Respect those who esteem your integrity, disdain those who carrying-on dishonesty against your hospitality.
Daniel Linn Lewis
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Irene Koh (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Casey & April #3 (of 4))
Her deepest longing, perhaps, was to be loved unconditionally, and at the same time be left in peace. But she never told anyone. It is shameful and egotistical to hope for unconditional love and at the same time want to be left in peace.
Linn Ullmann (Unquiet)
It takes more kindness to build a foundation of bravery than seeking for a vengeance that only leads to self-destruction.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Our eyes is the subconscious of knowledge, and our intelligence is the doorway of seeing through our eyesight and perceive a glimpse of our own brilliant brainpower. That's the power of a visionary mindset with intellectual-made eyes.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Don't let your impostors be superior, for their deceitfulness will be buried in a bottomless ocean that is made with fire.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Don't self-esteem your mistakes, your inner-gentleness will still pardon you with kindness and forgiveness.
Daniel Linn Lewis
The fellowship of friendship is family.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Greathearted leaders are procreated to overthrow trepidation.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Greathearted leaders are procreated to provide others with generosity, hospitality, and friendliness. I truthfully believe we need more integrity and responsibility like that in this troublesome World.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Never deprive your God-given philosophy that could metamorphose your Emotional pressure for competence in saintlike-Glory. There's greatness in all of us that breaths innovatory fire.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Through peoples rage against others, they coached me too never show extreme aversion. I love everyone, hell with the discourteous who only display selfishness.' - D.L. Lewis
Daniel Linn Lewis
When those who show uncertainty in others, they really do disrelish themselves in ignominy.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Our minds are more mightier than our verbal expressions. Never question those who have emasculated minds, they could potentially have the strongest grip of superior knowledge and intelligence.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Our minds are more mightier than our verbal expressions. Never doubt those who have the emasculated minds, they could potentially have the strongest, predominate knowledge, superior intelligence, and vivid clarity.
Daniel Linn Lewis
People need to show expectancy, not disapproval; too those who walk in a different kind of hospitality. If they choose to live a marvelous life, be honor-bound by their choice and commitment. Not everyone is gonna follow in your same identical footsteps; that's why you need to teach them to follow in their own purpose-built direction.
Daniel Linn Lewis
Don't let your imperfection of yesterday be your inheritance of the future. There's more optimistic of ceasefire in the coming epoch than breathing in the prevailing years of mental despondency and discomposure.
Daniel Linn Lewis
I believe that there are four things that the soul requires in a home. First, it needs a sense of belonging, to feel truly connected to the land, to your roots, to your spirit. Second, a soul needs to feel safe, so that you can be yourself, be creative, and bring forth what you are without fear. Third, it yearns for harmony with the greater cycles of nature. And, finally, your soul needs sacred space. When you have these four things, your home will be filled with inner peace.
Denise Linn (Feng Shui for the Soul)
Your home should give you a sense of belonging and provide a context for interpreting your life's experiences. It should be a reference place that you look forward to returning to, an anchoring point from which you venture into the world, and a place where you know that your heart resides. To gain a sense of belonging to a place, it is essential to ‘ground’ yourself. Even if you move often, in each location imagine sinking your roots into earth.
Denise Linn (Feng Shui for the Soul)
I believe that within the core of every human being dwells a yearning for the meaning that lies beyond the prosaic reality of everyday life. We reach out for evidence of something beyond the ordinary.
Denise Linn (Feng Shui for the Soul)
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that ‘the views of nature held by any people determine all their institutions
Denise Linn (Feng Shui for the Soul)
A soulful home is one which mirrors and supports the unique essence of the souls who live there. It is a home infused with a feeling of sacred space that allows you to tap into the hallowed places within you and discern the meaning of your life.
Denise Linn (Feng Shui for the Soul)
La conciencia es un fenómeno global que ocurre en todo el cuerpo, y no simplemente en el cerebro. La conciencia, en su aspecto más básico, es luz coherente.
LINNE MCTAGGART (EL CAMPO)
Om man vill vara högtidlig, kan man säga att jag hade hittat hem, har han sagt, och om man vill vara lustig, kan man tala om kärlek vid första ögonkastet.
Linn Ullmann (Unquiet)