Coldly Quotes

Authors: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Categories: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
my-own-selfconsciousness-cries-out-to-me-coldly-how-does-one-love-zero-auguste-de-villiers-de-lisleadam
i-have-never-imagined-doing-anything-other-than-football-but-now-thinking-about-it-coldly-if-i-hadnt-been-footballer-i-would-have-been-musician-ronaldinho
writing-is-about-hypnotizing-yourself-into-believing-in-yourself-getting-some-work-done-then-unhypnotizing-yourself-going-over-material-coldly-anne-lamott
when-youre-used-to-seeing-someone-being-coldly-efficient-on-court-suddenly-they-go-on-stage-into-your-world-its-fascinating
bin-laden-is-not-well-read-hes-not-sophisticated-but-he-will-have-worked-out-coldly-what-america-would-do-robert-fisk
i-will-never-demean-myself-to-speak-about-my-courage-said-julien-coldly-it-would-be-mean-to-do-let-world-judge-by-facts-stendhal
how-inappropriate-lila-said-coldly-whod-ever-dream-showing-up-at-dance-in-wheelchair-what-does-she-think-shes-going-to-do-all-night-francine-pascal
a-coldly-rationalist-individualist-can-deny-that-he-has-any-obligation-to-make-sacrifices-for-the-future
you-have-lost-your-mind-jamie-said-coldly-shock-receding-slightly-or-i-should-think-you-had-if-ye-had-one-to-lose-diana-gabaldon
he-newt-gingrich-as-freshman-congressman-was-both-passionate-about-his-goals-coldly-analytical-in-his-means-thomas-e-mann
i-dont-like-having-feelings-eric-said-coldly-he-left-that-was-tough-exit-line-to-top-charlaine-harris
i-detest-these-underdone-men-he-thought-coldly-boiled-looking-ought-to-be-shoved-back-in-oven-just-one-more-minute-would-do-it-f-scott-fitzgerald
even-virtue-itself-all-perfect-as-it-is-requires-to-be-inspirited-by-passion-for-duties-are-but-coldly-performed-which-are-but-philosophically-anna-brownell-jameson
youre-confident-hell-have-found-him-then-well-no-i-didnt-sat-that-if-theres-one-thing-i-hate-volyova-said-looking-coldly-at-other-triumvir-its-mindless-optimism-alastair-reynolds
well-usually-when-person-shakes-their-head-said-mcgonagall-coldly-they-mean-no-so-unless-miss-edgecombe-is-using-form-sign-language-as-yet-unknown-j-k-rowling
let-his-sword-break-his-shield-shatter-sansa-thought-coldly-as-she-shoved-out-through-doors-let-his-courage-fail-him-every-man-desert-him-george-rr-martin
theres-cool-web-language-winds-us-in-retreat-from-too-much-joy-too-much-fear-we-grow-seagreen-at-last-coldly-die-in-brininess-volubility-robert-graves
when-we-got-down-from-ambulances-there-were-sharp-cracks-about-us-as-bursts-shrapnel-splashed-down-upon-town-hall-square-dead-soldiers-lay-outside-i-glanced-at-them-coldly-we-wer
he-is-shadowhunter-said-jocelyn-his-loyalty-will-be-to-clave-covenant-hes-my-friend-said-magnus-coldly-his-loyalty-is-to-me-cassandra-clare
delacroix-was-passionately-in-love-with-passion-but-coldly-determined-to-express-passion-as-clearly-as-possible-charles-baudelaire
one-day-you-are-apprentice-everybodys-pet-next-you-are-coldly-expected-to-deliver-there-is-never-sufficient-warning-that-second-day-is-coming-mignon-mclaughlin
when-i-can-look-life-in-the-eyes-grown-calm-and-very-coldly-wise-life-will-have-given-me-the-truth-and-taken-in-exchange-my-youth
when-i-can-look-at-life-with-eyes-grown-calm-coldly-wise-life-will-have-given-me-truth-and-taken-in-exchange-my-youth-sara-teasdale
i-would-like-you-to-teach-orcs-civilised-behaviour-said-ladyship-coldly-he-appeared-to-consider-this-yes-course-i-think-that-would-be-quite-possible-he-said-and-who-would-you-sen
state-is-name-coldest-all-cold-monsters-coldly-it-lies-this-lie-slips-from-its-mouth-i-state-am-people-friedrich-nietzsche
freedley-will-i-feel-better-after-i-take-it-dr-fitch-coldly-i-am-physician-freedley-not-astrologer-if-you-want-horoscope-theres-gypsy-tearoom-over-s-j-perelman
all-this-machinery-making-modern-music-can-still-be-openhearted-not-coldly-charted-its-really-just-question-of-your-honesty-yeah-your-honesty-rush
sociopathy-is-inability-to-process-emotional-experience-including-love-caring-except-when-such-experience-can-be-calculated-as-coldly-intellectual-martha-stout
alonethat-wornout-word-so-idly-spoken-coldly-heard-yet-all-that-poets-sing-grief-hath-known-of-hopes-laid-waste-knells-in-that-word-alone-edward-bulwerlytton
westley-stared-at-him-carefully-victor-i-understand-how-you-must-feel-but-rules-dracula-upheld-were-same-rules-that-allowed-dark-world-to-fall-he-finished-coldly-sc-parris
somehow-she-said-coldly-you-have-confused-profitable-not-profitable-for-right-wrong-i-however-have-not-robin-hobb
dont-be-afraid-she-said-coldly-as-far-as-love-may-go-she-may-be-worthy-you-it-must-have-taken-good-deal-to-overcome-her-pride-dont-be-afraid-john-elizabeth-gaskell
if-i-speak-to-thee-in-friendships-name-thou-thinkst-i-speak-too-coldly-if-i-mention-loves-devoted-flame-thou-sayst-i-speak-too-boldly
What are you doing?' Alecto asked in surprise, stepping back. Laughing brightly, she dragged him towards the greenhouse, the shattered glass reflecting rainbows as brilliant as a million Kodak flashcubes, glittering as they were cascaded through the breeze. 'See, don't be afraid of the glass, it can't hurt us, ' Mandy laughed, spectacularly eccentric, her eyes reflecting the fallen glass. 'I wasn't afraid of the glass, but this isn't a very secluded place that you just decided to vandalize, ' Alecto cautioned, smiling despite his words. Before Mandy could reply, she heard loud whispering in the air, behind the trees... it sounded like a group of people, all whispering in unison... 'Somebody's out there, ' she exclaimed nervously. 'Yeah, you're right, ' Alecto replied. Suddenly a sharp new vibrancy seemed to fill his eyes and he smiled coldly, taking the tree branch from Mandy and rapidly smashing in all of Mrs. Matthias' stained glass house windows with it. Blue, green, yellow, red, turquoise, purple and an array of other colors showered through the sky noisily, sounding like wind chimes and crashing waves. 'They'll go away, ' he told her, glancing up at the sky. '... Alecto, do you like me?' Mandy questioned, holding out her arms like a lopsided scarecrow as the glass fell through her dark red hair. 'Yeah, sure, ' he answered. 'Will you be my friend, then? A real friend, not just another person who feels sorry for me?' Mandy asked. '... Alright, Mandy Valems, ' Alecto agreed.

Rebecca McNutt
what-are-you-doing-alecto-asked-in-surprise-stepping-back-laughing-brightly-she-dragged-him-towards-greenhouse-shattered-glass-reflecting-rainbows-as-brilliant-as-million-kodak-f
Dickens has not seen it all. The wretched of the earth do not decide to become extinct, they resolve, on the contrary, to multiply: life is their only weapon against life, life is all that they have. This is why the dispossessed and starving will never be convinced (though some may be coerced) by the population-control programs of the civilized. I have watched the dispossessed and starving laboring in the fields which others own, with their transistor radios at their ear, all day long: so they learn, for example, along with equally weighty matters, that the pope, one of the heads of the civilized world, forbids to the civilized that abortion which is being, literally, forced on them, the wretched. The civilized have created the wretched, quite coldly and deliberately, and do not intend to change the status quo; are responsible for their slaughter and enslavement; rain down bombs on defenseless children whenever and wherever they decide that their 'vital interests' are menaced, and think nothing of torturing a man to death: these people are not to be taken seriously when they speak of the 'sanctity' of human life, or the 'conscience' of the civilized world. There is a 'sanctity' involved with bringing a child into this world: it is better than bombing one out of it. Dreadful indeed it is to see a starving child, but the answer to that is not to prevent the child's arrival but to restructure the world so that the child can live in it: so that the 'vital interest' of the world becomes nothing less than the life of the child. However-I could not have said any of this then, nor is so absurd a notion about to engulf the world now. But we were all starving children, after all, and none of our fathers, even at their most embittered and enraged, had ever suggested that we 'die out.' It was not we who were supposed to die out: this was, of all notions, the most forbidden, and we learned this from the cradle. Every trial, every beating, every drop of blood, every tear, were meant to be used by us for a day that was coming-for a day that was certainly coming, absolutely certainly, certainly coming: not for us, perhaps, but for our children. The children of the despised and rejected are menaced from the moment they stir in the womb, and are therefore sacred in a way that the children of the saved are not. And the children know it, which is how they manage to raise their children, and why they will not be persuaded-by their children's murderers, after all-to cease having children.

James Baldwin
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What was she thinking?' muttered Alexander, closing his eyes and imagining his Tania. 'She was determined. It was like some kind of a personal crusade with her, ' Ina said. 'She gave the doctor a liter of blood for you-' 'Where did she get it from?' 'Herself, of course.' Ina smiled. 'Lucky for you, Major, our Nurse Metanova is a universal donor.' Of course she is, thought Alexander, keeping his eyes tightly shut. Ina continued. 'The doctor told her she couldn't give any more, and she said a liter wasn't enough, and he said, 'Yes, but you don't have more to give, ' and she said, 'I'll make more, ' and he said, 'No, ' and she said, 'Yes, ' and in four hours, she gave him another half-liter of blood.' Alexander lay on his stomach and listened intently while Ina wrapped fresh gauze on his wound. He was barely breathing. 'The doctor told her, 'Tania, you're wasting your time. Look at his burn. It's going to get infected.' There wasn't enough penicillin to give to you, especially since your blood count was so low.' Alexander heard Ina chuckle in disbelief. 'So I'm making my rounds late that night, and who do I find next to your bed? Tatiana. She's sitting with a syringe in her arm, hooked up to a catheter, and I watch her, and I swear to God, you won't believe it when I tell you, Major, but I see that the catheter is attached to the entry drip in your IV.' Ina's eyes bulged. 'I watch her draining blood from the radial artery in her arm into your IV. I ran in and said, 'Are you crazy? Are you out of your mind? You're siphoning blood from yourself into him?' She said to me in her calm, I-won't-stand-for-any-argument voice, 'Ina, if I don't, he will die.' I yelled at her. I said, 'There are thirty soldiers in the critical wing who need sutures and bandages and their wounds cleaned. Why don't you take care of them and let God take care of the dead?' And she said, 'He's not dead. He is still alive, and while he is alive, he is mine.' Can you believe it, Major? But that's what she said. 'Oh, for God's sake, ' I said to her. 'Fine, die yourself. I don't care.' But the next morning I went to complain to Dr. Sayers that she wasn't following procedure, told him what she had done, and he ran to yell at her.' Ina lowered her voice to a sibilant, incredulous whisper. 'We found her unconscious on the floor by your bed. She was in a dead faint, but you had taken a turn for the better. All your vital signs were up. And Tatiana got up from the floor, white as death itself, and said to the doctor coldly, 'Maybe now you can give him the penicillin he needs?' I could see the doctor was stunned. But he did. Gave you penicillin and more plasma and extra morphine. Then he operated on you, to get bits of the shell fragment out of you, and saved your kidney. And stitched you. And all that time she never left his side, or yours. He told her your bandages needed to be changed every three hours to help with drainage, to prevent infection. We had only two nurses in the terminal wing, me and her. I had to take care of all the other patients, while all she did was take care of you. For fifteen days and nights she unwrapped you and cleaned you and changed your dressings. Every three hours. She was a ghost by the end. But you made it. That's when we moved you to critical care. I said to her, 'Tania, this man ought to marry you for what you did for him, ' and she said, 'You think so?' ' Ina tutted again. Paused. 'Are you all right, Major? Why are you crying?

Paullina Simons
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