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Once you explore life outside of work, it becomes addictive. The less you work, the less you want to work. At first, the odd afternoon off seems like a fantastic luxury. Before long, you are opting for a four-day week. Then a four-day week becomes an intolerable demand on your time, so you find a way of moving to a three-day week.
During the period of house arrest, I had an electronic manacle around my leg for 24 hours a day, and for someone who has tried to give others liberty all their adult life, that is absolutely intolerable.
Working is bad enough in the winter, but in the summer it can become completely intolerable. Stuck in airless offices, every fibre of our being seems to cry out for freedom. We're reminded of being stuck in double maths while the birds sing outside.
I would advise you to write, my dear friend, because with your active nature, solitude is simply intolerable to you, and after some time your solitude would become perhaps attractive if you were to people it with creatures of your own fancy.
You know, different people are going to react different ways. And I don't think we should be intolerable because people do things a little differently.
The sudden death at 51 of James Gandolfini is intolerable.
The public figure of the writer, the writer-character, the 'personality-cult' of the author, are all becoming for me more and more intolerable in others, and consequently in myself.
If there were no poetry on any day in the world, poetry would be invented that day. For there would be an intolerable hunger.
Just as there is nothing between the admirable omelet and the intolerable, so with autobiography.
Old-school hip hop, i.e., whatever was popular when you were nineteen, is great. Everything since then is intolerable.
People ask me if I ever thought of writing a children's book. I say, 'If I had a serious brain injury I might well write a children's book', but otherwise the idea of being conscious of who you're directing the story to is anathema to me, because, in my view, fiction is freedom and any restraints on that are intolerable.
She found me intolerable. But she got to know me, and I wore her down.
Robert B. Parker
There has been talk of lack of consensus, but we all know that this is the veto of foreign powers, the intolerable situation in our 21st century America.
Purgatory fire will be more intolerable than all the torments that can be felt or conceived in this life.
I fully respect people whose personal religious or moral code has God giving, and taking, life. But there are moral and responsible people who wish to have the option of agreeing, with a qualified and registered physician, in advance of the point at which life might become intolerable, that they would be assisted, at their request, to end it.
I know that there are people who believe that if they get to the stage where life is absolutely intolerable because of pain and indignity... they would like to end their life before nature intended, and we think they should have the choice to do so.
It was only as I wrote about it that I began to find paths of access to feelings that were intolerable to me then.
The film director, in many instances, has to swallow somebody else's decision about the final form of something. It's so hard as to be intolerable.
That's the main reason I gave up my career after John was born and I was pregnant with Andrew. I could not handle going away day after day. The thought of going away before they got up and coming back after they were in bed was intolerable.
Working with children has done well for me. I don't find them intolerable or frustrating. They're just fun, full of energy, and happy to be there.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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