John wayne

John wayne Quotes

12 Jun , 2016  

John wayne Quotes

The 10 best John wayne Quotes :

1)”John Wayne was one of the greatest ambassadors for the United States that ever lived.”

2)”John Wayne was a consummate gentleman. Bigger than life.”

3)”Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.”


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French novelist�

French novelist Quotes

31 Jan , 2016  

The 10 best French novelist Quotes :

1)”I think of myself now as a writer, although I wouldn’t go as far as to say ‘novelist’ because that sounds like a Victorian person.”

2)”Excuse My French nigga, no France.”

3)”I get work because I’m primarily a novelist but I’ve become script doctor. I can work back and forth between French and English.”


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French writer�

French writer Quotes

13 Jan , 2016  

The 10 best French writer Quotes :

1)”The thing about being a mystery writer, what marks a mystery writer out from a chick lit author or historical fiction writer, is that you always find a mystery in every situation.”

2)”Love makes time pass; time makes love pass”

3)”Stop it boy, Do not come and argue wit men. I’m sick like Writer, So you can come and honor my Pen.”


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Empathy Quotes

10 Dec , 2015  

The 10 best Empathy Quotes :

1)”What made me empathic was my depressions.”

2)”True contentment comes with empathy.”

3)”You dont need religion to have morals. If you cant determine right from wrong, then you lack empathy, not religion.”


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Doubtful Quotes

3 Dec , 2015  

The 10 best Doubtful Quotes :

1)”All those who offer an opinion on any doubtful point should first clear their minds of every sentiment of dislike, friendship, anger or pity.”

2)”A civilized society is one which tolerates eccentricity to the point of doubtful sanity.”

3)”As a person… I’m a little more doubtful, introspective and analytical.”


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Buddhism Quotes

1 Dec , 2015  

The 10 best Buddhism Quotes :

1)”Of all the religions, I am most partial to Buddhism.”

2)”Zen Buddhism is a discipline where belief isn’t necessary.”

3)”There is nothing in Christianity or Buddhism that quite matches the sympathetic unselfishness of an oyster”


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