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Sometimes I get an idea for cinema. And when you get an idea that you fall in love with, this is a glorious day.
One to destroy, is murder by the law; and gibbets keep the lifted hand in awe; to murder thousands, takes a specious name, 'War's glorious art', and gives immortal fame.
It is essential to do everything possible to attract young people to opera so they can see that it is not some antiquated art form but a repository of the most glorious music and drama that man has created.
Nature is the glass reflecting God, as by the sea reflected is the sun, too glorious to be gazed on in his sphere.
It is a glorious thing to be indifferent to suffering, but only to one's own suffering.
Robert Staughton Lynd
The path towards a free society has not been simple. There are tragic and glorious pages in our history.
Fancy your having no sunshine in London yesterday! Here it was glorious, like full summer, and I sat up with the window wide open, listening to the discourse of two amorous thrushes.
No matter how old and glorious the models, sad indeed is the woman who sees fashion as a means of self-expression rather than an agent of social control.
Marriage is a risk; I think it's a great and glorious risk, as long as you embark on the adventure in the same spirit.
Pride is a tricky, glorious, double-edged feeling.
Roosevelt's declaration that Americans had 'nothing to fear but fear itself' was a glorious piece of inspirational rhetoric and just as gloriously wrong.
No poetry that I'm aware of, however bad or glorious, has ever left somebody a worse person than they were before they read it.
O, how glorious would it be to set my heel upon the Pole and turn myself 360 degrees in a second!
Our assurance is anchored in the love and grace of God expressed in the glorious exchange: our sin for His righteousness.
To get rich is glorious.
My character and good name are in my own keeping. Life with disgrace is dreadful. A glorious death is to be envied.
And it seems to me important for a country, for a nation to certainly know about its glorious achievements but also to know where its ideals failed, in order to keep that from happening again.
There is nothing glorious about what our ancestors call history. It is simply a succession of mistakes, intolerances and violations.
Jesus Christ will be the leader of an intergalactic earth evacuation. We're getting some earth leaders up there to check the mother ship. The Bible says that the sky will be glorious and Christ will come back to us all.
Human beings are glorious and preposterous characters.
Tommy Lee Jones
My days, if they start in the morning with a cuddle from my son, are just so much more glorious than they were prior to that.
One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name.
Thomas Osbert Mordaunt
Reading about Queen Victoria has been a passion of mine since, as a child, I came across Laurence Housman's play 'Happy and Glorious,' with its Ernest Shepard illustrations.
A. N. Wilson
How glorious it is - and also how painful - to be an exception.
Alfred de Musset
I call on the Iranian people: it is not too late to replace the corrupt regime and return to your glorious Persian heritage, a heritage of culture and values and not of bombs and missiles... How can a nation allow a regime to instill fear, take away the people's freedom and shock the young generation that seeks its way out of the dictatorial Iran.
A universe that came from nothing in the big bang will disappear into nothing at the big crunch. Its glorious few zillion years of existence not even a memory.
I once volunteered to teach English as a second language, and I thought that I would have all these intense relationships with all these people from other worlds. Then you get there, and it's like, 'This is a pencil. This is a pencil' And afterward, you like, 'It's so depressing. This isn't what I imagined! I thought this would be more glorious.'
To this wonderful page in our country's history another more glorious still will be added, and the slave shall show at last to his free brothers a sharpened sword forged from the links of his fetters.
In a newspaper, you only have so much room. It teaches you the value of getting to the point, of not pampering yourself with your glorious writing. I've always been much more interested in one powerful sentence that stays with you. That's my style.
It is part of my responsibility as a bridge builder to speak the truth about what's great about America, what we've done right, and what our less glorious moments. And many people feel that the Iraq adventure, for example, has been one of our less glorious moments.
Feisal Abdul Rauf
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