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Outside museums, in noisy public squares, people look at people. Inside museums, we leave that realm and enter what might be called the group-mind, getting quiet to look at art.
My house is a place I have spent many years improving to the point where I have no desire to leave it.
I was looking for some way to put my music to some service on a nightly basis. You go into a town, you play a little music, you leave something behind. That idea connected us to the local community. It was a very simple idea, but it really resonated with me.
Where I come from, it was a heresy to say you wanted to be in movies, leave alone American movies.
There must be 50 ways to leave your lover.
I grew up in Seattle, but I always knew I wanted to leave.
Write what you know. That should leave you with a lot of free time.
Nothing is so dear as what you're about to leave.
I try to leave out the parts readers skip.
Children who cling to parents or who don't want to leave home are stunted in their emotional, psychological growth.
To be happy when you are travelling, you need to be happy inside before you leave. A positive frame of mind will definitely enhance your travelling experience. If I'm not in a positive frame of mind then the whole thing definitely becomes more of a challenge for me.
Forcible ways make not an end of evil, but leave hatred and malice behind them.
I wish I could write about shows outside New York. I often feel like the last person to know anything, because I almost never get to leave town, and when I do, I tend to go for three days max. Seeing between 30 and 40 shows a week in 100 or so galleries and museums takes up nearly all my time.
God calls all of his children to the table. We can disagree and even say a lot of hateful things, but what we can't do in good conscience is leave the table. Or demand that someone else not be at the table.
I won't leave any unfinished manuscripts.
When my son was born, and after a day of lying-in I was told that I could leave the hospital and take him home, I burst into tears. It wasn't the emotion of the moment: it was shock and horror.
Hillary Clinton wants to leave behind No Child Left Behind.
Politics, like theater, is one of those things where you've got to be wise enough to know when to leave.
The people who truly love me and loved me before all of this stuff. You can't ever leave them behind.
I'd like to see the government get out of war altogether and leave the whole field to private individuals.
You've got to pay me to leave my house, spend the night in hotels and fly in airplanes. That's what I get paid for. Playing I actually do for free.
When you're at a certain point in your time - age, that is, when you're older - you start to realize that, actually, what you leave behind you does count, and so you start to become fundamentally aware of your own destiny, which sounds very grand. It's not grand at all, actually.
If you feel the government should leave you alone, you're a Republican. If you think the job of the government is to go push people around and take things for you, then you're a Democrat.
In Hollywood now when people die they don't say, 'Did he leave a will?' but 'Did he leave a diary?'
I love to leave the interpretation of my music up to the listener. It's fun to see what they'll say it is.
John F. Kennedy
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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