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#1. The rain feeds the seed, and the seed the mill. When the rain stops, the mill wheels stop - or, if they continue to turn, they grind despair for the man who owns them. My father owned them. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#2. Passed years seem safe ones, vanquished ones, while the future lives in a cloud, formidable from a distance. The cloud clears as you enter it. I have learned this, but like everyone, I learned it late. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#3. Sorrows come to stretch out places in the heart for joy. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#4. Silence is never so impenetrable as when the whisper of steel on paper strives to pierce it. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#5. (This place) presumed to be a town then, but was hardly more than a word under a tin roof. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#6. After that, work and hope. But never hope more than you work - Author: Beryl Markham
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#7. The hours that made them were good, and so were the moments that made the hours. I have had responsibilities and work, dangers and pleasure, good friends, and a world without walls to live in. These things I still have, I remind myself - and shall have until I leave them. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#8. We laughed at some things because we had grown so much older; we were serious about others because we were still so young. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#9. Of all America's natural resources, its richest is an inexhaustible vein of irony. - Author: Markham Shaw Pyle
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#10. There is a destiny which makes us brothers; none goes his way alone. All that we send into the lives of others comes back into our own. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#11.
Still, not to be English is hardly regarded as a fatal deficiency even by the English, though grave enough to warrant sympathy. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#12. An experience can be as startling as the first awareness of a stranger walking by your side at night. You are the stranger. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#13. The world grows bigger as the light leaves it. There are no boundaries and no landmarks. The trees and the rocks and the anthills begin to disappear, one by one, whisked away under the magical cloak of evening. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#14. It is better to rust out than wear out. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#15. Taylor Markham," said Raffaela, "I'm going to say a prayer for you." And although I wanted to mock her and explain I didn't believe in anything or anyone, I realised that no one had ever prayed for me before. So I let her. - Author: Melina Marchetta
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#16. Here is the Truth in a little creed, Enough for all the roads we go: In Love is all the law we need, In Christ is all the God we know. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#17. What time is it?"
"Time?"
"Time."
"Oh," She said. "A quarter to four. Mr. Markham, something terrible has happened."
She didn't have to tell me that. Something perfectly dreadful had happened, by God. Someone had called me in the middle of the bloody night. - Author: Lawrence Block
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#18. No human pursuit achieves dignity until it can be called work, and when you can experience a physical loneliness for the tools of your trade, - Author: Beryl Markham
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#19. We are all blind until we see That in the human plan Nothing is worth the making If it does not make the man. Why build these cities glorious If man unbuilded goes? We build the world in vain Unless the builders also grow. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#20. The sun is as dispassionate as the hand of a man who greets you with his mind on other things. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#21. Memory is a drug. Memory can hold you against your strength and against your will ... - Author: Beryl Markham
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#22. Each humid, tropic day is stillborn, and does not breathe, however lustily pregnant the night that gave it birth. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#23. There is no true liberty for the individual except as he finds it in the liberty of all. There is no true security for the individual except as he finds it in the security for all. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#24. There is the world of difference between failing at something and being a failure - but many people do not differentiate. - Author: Ursula Markham
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#25. (Quoting her friend Tom Black on an amateur hunter's injury
Lion, rifles
and stupidity. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#26. Petermann's staunchest enemy in Great Britain was Clements R. Markham of the Royal Geographical Society. Markham had come to regard Petermann as a charlatan and a windbag. - Author: Hampton Sides
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#27. Neither of us moves for a moment, locked instead in each other's eyes and in the branches of this Hill we might never finish climbing. - Author: Ally Condie
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#28. No soul can be forever banned, Eternally bereft, Whoever falls from God's right hand Is caught into his left. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#29. The next night he asked Jonah if he could take $9.49 out of Jonah's secret stash that only Danny and his mum and Jack knew about. Jonah kept it in his sock drawer next to a photograph of Jonah and a girl with sad eyes, taken in one of those railway station photo booths. - Author: Melina Marchetta
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#30. Talk lives in a man's head, but sometimes it is very lonely because in the heads of many men there is nothing to keep it company - and so talk goes out through the lips. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#31. That's what makes death so hard
unsatisfied curiosity - Author: Beryl Markham
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#32. Fight ever on: this earthly stuff If used God's way will be enough. Face to the firing line o friend Fight out life's battle to the end. One soldier, when the fight was red, Threw down his broken sword and fled. Another snatched it, won the day, With what his comrade flung away. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#33. Only the soul that knows the mighty grief can know the mighty rapture. Sorrows come to stretch out spaces in the heart for joy. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#34. He drew a circle that shut me out-
Heretic , rebel, a thing to flout.
But love and I had the wit to win:
We drew a circle and took him In !
From the poem Outwitted - Author: Edwin Markham
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#35. Smooth, but not a criminal. - Author: Markham J. Geller
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#36. No matter where you go in East Texas, 'Deep' East Texas is always about twenty miles further in than wherever you are. - Author: Markham Shaw Pyle
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#37. Boredom, like hookworm, is endemic. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#38. It was a world as old as Time, but as new as Creation's hour had left it. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#39. It seems characteristic of the mind of man that the repression of what is natural to humans must be abhorred, but that what is natural to an infinitely more natural animal must be confined within the bounds of a reason peculiar only to men
more peculiar sometimes than seems reasonable at all. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#40. I am incapable of a profound remark on the workings of Destiny - Author: Beryl Markham
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#41. Using 4-feet x 8-feet beds, that would be 22 beds per person or 66 for a family of three. - Author: Brett L. Markham
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#42. Because being part of him isn't just anything. It's kind of everything. - Author: Melina Marchetta
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#43. How is it possible to bring order out of memory? - Author: Beryl Markham
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#44. Atop their gleaming backs the jockeys look like gaudy baubles, secured with strings. They bob up and down, they rise, lean forward, then settle again. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#45. I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings, but if you have to use an alarm, you aren't getting enough sleep, either. - Author: Laura Markham
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#46. If I'm talking to patients who can't answer, why not talk to the port, too? (Xander Markham) - Author: Ally Condie
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#47. Cassia.
I know which life is my real one now, no matter what happens. It's the one with you. For some reason, knowing that even one person knows my story makes things different. Maybe it's like the poem says. Maybe this is my way of not going gentle.
I love you. (Ky Markham) - Author: Ally Condie
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#48. Oh, there is nobody but the rector, mamma, and he knows we girls are not such fools as we are made to look. If Paul Markham were to marry that sort of person, I should laugh. It would be our revenge - Dolly's and mine - whom he never would condescend to look at. It would be nuts to me." "Did - Author: Mrs. Oliphant
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#49. At the heart of the cyclone
tearing the sky
And flinging the clouds
and the towers by
Is a place of central calm;
So here in the roar of mortal things,
I have a place where my spirit sings,
In the hollow of God's palm. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#50. The crest and crowning of all good, Life's final star, is brotherhood. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#51. Markham," I tell him. "Ky Markham." Because that's the name she knows me by. That's my real name now. - Author: Ally Condie
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#52. You are the most boring teacher ever."
He grinned and gave me a quick kiss on the cheek, just as a knock sounded at the door. "It all depends on what you me to teach you. - Author: Richelle Mead
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#53. Markham even had our banners ready. The polite NON AD CAPITAGIUM (No to the poll tax), the hopeful MAGIS STIPENDIUM HISTORICI (More money for historians) and the always accurate POLICITI NOSTRAE OMNEC WANKERS SUNT (Most politicians are not very good). - Author: Jodi Taylor
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#54. Do not go gentle into that good night. - Author: Ally Condie
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#55. The two of us hold each other's gazes for a long, unembarrassed moment and I feel that Ky knows. I'm not sure what he knows - whether he knows me, or just something about me. - Author: Ally Condie
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#56. Life had a different shape; it had new branches and some of the old branches were dead. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#57. [The lion] began to contemplate me with a kind of quiet premeditation, like that of a slow-witted man fondling an unaccustomed thought. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#58. I have lifted my plane ... for perhaps a thousand flights and I have never felt her wheels glide from the Earth into the air without knowing the uncertainty and the exhilaration of first-born adventure. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#59. Choices are the hinges of destiny - Author: Edwin Markham
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#60. Three were the fates. Poverty that chains; gray drudgery that grinds the hope away, and gaping ignorance that starves the soul. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#61. A man can be riddled with malaria for years on end, with its chills and its fevers and its nightmares, but if one day he sees that the water from his kidneys is black, he knows he will not leave that place again, wherever he is, or wherever he hoped to be. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#62. When it rains, I remember - Author: Ally Condie
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#63. By a divine paradox, wherever there is one slave there are two. So in the wonderful reciprocities of being, we can never reach the higher levels until all our fellows ascend with us. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#64. You don't usually get to choose the measure of suffering or the degree of joy you have. (Ky Markham) - Author: Ally Condie
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#65. There's an old adage," he said, "translated from the ancient Coptic, that contains all the wisdom of the ages
"Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#66. A map says to you.
Read me carefully, follow me closely, doubt me not ...
I am the earth in the palm of your hand. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#67. You guys think if I don't hear bad things, then they won't exist anymore. But you know what? They still do exist, and I do end up hearing them. And I wish to God that I could have heard them from the people I love first - Author: Richelle Mead
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#68. A fine job of work and a fine colt. Shall I reward you or Coquette - or both? - Author: Beryl Markham
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#69. Mr Markham, the box marked "Sex" is not an invitation. Please amend the details and apologise to Mrs Partridge. - Author: Jodi Taylor
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#70. Human beings weren't designed to handle the amount of stress our modern life loads on us, which makes it difficult to hear our natural parenting instincts. It's almost as if we're forced to parent in our spare time, after meeting the demands of work, commuting and household responsibilities. - Author: Laura Markham
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#71. We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#72. In the family of continents, Africa is the silent, the brooding sister, courted for centuries by knight-errant empires - rejecting them one by one and severally, because she is too sage and a little bored with the importunity of it all. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#73. Conformation ... but not much else. Breeding, but too small a heart. You saw it everywhere - in men, in horses, and in women. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#74. I (God) will leave man to make the fateful guess, Will leave him torn between the no and yes, Leave him unresting till he rests in me, Drawn upward by the choice that makes him free, Leave him in tragic loneliness to choose, With all in life to win or all to lose. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#75. A domesticated lion is only an unnatural lion - and whatever is unnatural is untrustworthy. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#76. I fear the vermin that shall undermineSenate and citadel and school and shrine. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#77. But my father goes on.And I've noticed other things,too.I think you're in love with Ky Markham.I think you want to find him,wherever he's gone. - Author: Ally Condie
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#78. History's like that. There are wars, and unfortunately, in the end, who wins and who loses is more important than who's right or wrong. - Author: Richelle Mead
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#79. Success breeds confidence. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#80. Roots of the weed sucked first life from the genesis of earth and hold the essence of it still. Always the weed returns; the cultured plant retreats before it. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#81. Oft when the white, still dawn lifted the skies and pushed the hills apart, I have felt it like a glory in my heart. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#82. (This town) doesn't look like anything; it isn't anything. Its five tin-roofed huts cling to the skinny tracks of the Uganda Railway like parasites on a vine. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#83. The Old Days, the Lost Days
in the half-closed eyes of memory (and in fact) they never marched across a calendar; they huddled round a burning log, leaned on a certain table, or listened to those certain songs. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#84. Bowed by the weight of centuries he leans upon his hoe and gazes on the ground, the emptiness of ages in his face, and on his back the burden of the world. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#85. The abhorrence of loneliness is as natural as wanting to live at all. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#86. [I]t is no good anticipating regrets. Every tomorrow ought not to resemble every yesterday. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#87. Africa is never the same to anyone who leaves it and returns again. It is not a land of change, but it is a land of moods and its moods are numberless. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#88. Over the course of human history, many items have briefly flourished as means of exchange, only to be demonetarized. Now, we have demonetarized money. - Author: Markham Shaw Pyle
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#89. Successful leaders see the opportunities in every difficulty rather than the difficulty in every opportunity - Author: Reed Markham
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#90. On that bright May morning, with the lilacs budding and the kids off to school, Tom Markham approached his wife with the best of intentions. - Author: Barbara Delinsky
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#91. Justice can readily do her job blindfolded; she cannot function gagged and deafened, least of all when the means of gagging and deafening her are not remarked. - Author: Markham Shaw Pyle
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#92. All this, and discontent too! Otherwise, why am I sitting here dreaming of England? Why am I gazing at this campfire like a lost should seeking a hope when all that I love is at my wingtips? Because I am curious. Because I am incorrigibly, now, a wanderer. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#93. I learned the tyranny of figures before I knew the value of a pound. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#94. Later, I would ask Shaya to help me compose a formal response to Katrice's letter, something a long the lines of I am the Thorn Queen. F*** Off. - Author: Richelle Mead
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#95. In vain we build the city if we do not first build the man. - Author: Edwin Markham
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#96. He fed his spirit with the bread of books - Author: Edwin Markham
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#97. Lincoln, the Man of the People - Author: Edwin Markham
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#98. The way to find a needle in a haystack is to sit down. - Author: Beryl Markham
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#99. But that's the thing about East Texas. Red dirt never quite washes out, and pine pollen is tenacious as original sin. You can leave East Texas, for Houston, for the Metroplex, for the Commonwealth, for New York, or Bonn or Tokyo or Kowloon; but you can never quite leave it behind. - Author: Markham Shaw Pyle
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#100. The mechanistic age impended over an horizon not hostile, but silently indifferent. - Author: Beryl Markham
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