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Articles: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ L.A. doesn’t have any big personality to me; it’s not inspiring. Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration. Labor was the first […]

  1. L.A. doesn’t have any big personality to me; it’s not inspiring.
  2. Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.
  3. Labor was the first price, the original purchase – money that was paid for all things.
  4. Labour reforms are not anti-worker.
  5. Labour was the first price, the original purchase – money that was paid for all things. It was not by gold or by silver, but by labour, that all wealth of the world was originally purchased.
  6. Lack of money is the root of all evil.
  7. Ladies and gentlemen, god bless America – land of the free, home of the brave.
  8. Lady Gaga has a lot of energy, and that is fantastic, but she is using old surrealist images.
  9. LaGuardia High School is a place of acceptance. You have every type of kid there, performing. The outcast girl would not have been made fun of in my high school.
  10. Land: A part of the earth’s surface, considered as property. The theory that land is property subject to private ownership and control is the foundation of modern society, and is eminently worthy of the superstructure.
  11. Land on Mars, a round-trip ticket – half a million dollars. It can be done.
  12. Land really is the best art.
  13. Landing pages should contain all of the following EXCEPT:
  14. Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer – and often the supreme disappointment.
  15. Language also encodes our past. We want to know who we are. To know who we are, we have to know who we used to be. Consequently, our literature, written in the past, anchors us in that past.
  16. Language comes first. It’s not that language grows out of consciousness, if you haven’t got language, you can’t be conscious.
  17. Language failed me very often, but then, the substitute for me was silence, but not violence.
  18. Language is an intrinsic part of who we are and what has, for good or evil, happened to us.
  19. Language is the ticket to plot and character, after all, because both are built out of language.
  20. Large corporations, of course, are blinded by greed. The laws under which they operate require it – their shareholders would revolt at anything less.
  21. Large meadows are lovely for picnics and romping, but they are for the lighter feelings. Meadows do not make me want to write.
  22. Larger Post Panamax ships are critical to securing America’s position in a global market, and all our ports, including Jaxport, must be deep enough to handle them.
  23. LaRon Landry, a safety, is in incredible physical condition – really impressive. Also Anthony Castonzo, the left tackle – I’m very impressed with him. He really sets a great example for how to stay in shape – not only during the off-season but throughout the season, which can be a struggle because of the rhythm of the way things work.
  24. Larry Brown molded me into an MVP and a Hall of Fame player.
  25. Larry David finds a way to make jokes about the Holocaust. It would never have occurred to me. And it was funny.
  26. Las Vegas is the boiling pot of entertainment.
  27. Last time I checked, no one is perfect.
  28. Last year, I made a refrigerator in my basement. And I needed to because I needed to figure how – you know there is no such thing as ‘cold.’ There is only less heat.
  29. Later, I discovered there was a lot of work to being good in tennis.
  30. Later, in the early teens, I used to ride my bike every Saturday morning to the nearest airport, ten miles away, push airplanes in and out of the hangars, and clean up the hangars.
  31. Later on they send me to Hollywood. To make movies. It was all new to me. I was only 21 years old.
  32. Latinos are Republican. They just don’t know it yet.
  33. Laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you sleep alone.
  34. Laugh at yourself, but don’t ever aim your doubt at yourself. Be bold. When you embark for strange places, don’t leave any of yourself safely on shore. Have the nerve to go into unexplored territory.
  35. Laughing brains are more absorbent.
  36. Laughter brings out the child in all of us.
  37. Laughter is a tranquilizer with no side effects.
  38. Laughter is America’s most important export.
  39. Laughter is an important part of a good relationship. It’s an immense achievement when you can move from your thinking that your partner is merely an idiot to thinking that they are that wonderfully complex thing called a loveable idiot. And often that means having a little bit of a sense of humour about their flaws.
  40. Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is far the best ending for one.
  41. Laughter is the tonic, the relief, the surcease for pain.
  42. Laura runs an online store with a large inventory of children’s toys and games. Which ad format would you use for Laura’s campaign to reach people interested in purchasing children’s games?
  43. Law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice and when they fail in this purpose they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress.
  44. Law graduates have always ended up in business, government, journalism and other fields. Law schools could do more to build these subjects into their coursework.
  45. Law is not a profession at all, but rather a business service station and repair shop.
  46. Law, without force, is impotent.
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  48. Lawless are they that make their wills their law.
  49. Laws are important precisely because in a democracy they reflect the attitudes and aspirations of those they govern.
  50. Laws are made to be broken.
  51. Laws are never as effective as habits.
  52. Laws control the lesser man… Right conduct controls the greater one.
  53. Laws, like houses, lean on one another.
  54. Laws too gentle are seldom obeyed; too severe, seldom executed.
  55. Laws undertake to punish only overt acts.
  56. Lawsuit: A machine which you go into as a pig and come out of as a sausage.
  57. Lawsuits prod companies to make their products safer.
  58. Lawyers advocate more so than state their own positions.
  59. Lawyers have to make a living, and can only do so by inducing people to believe that a straight line is crooked.
  60. Laziness may appear attractive, but work gives satisfaction.
  61. Laziness. Unwarranted repose of manner in a person of low degree.
  62. Le Carre’s voice – patrician, cold, brilliant and amused – was perfect for the wilderness-of-mirrors undertow of the Cold War, and George Smiley is the all-time harassed bureaucrat of spy fiction.
  63. Le Corbusier is an outstanding writer. His ideas achieved their impact in large measure because he could write so convincingly. His style is utterly clear, brusque, funny and polemical in the best way.
  64. Leaders have to act more quickly today. The pressure comes much faster.
  65. Leaders in all spheres who are living with HIV should be encouraged, not coerced, to lead by example and disclose their HIV status.
  66. Leaders of the future will have to be visionary and be able to bring people in – real communicators. These are things that women bring to leadership and executive positions, and it’s going to be incredibly valuable and incredibly in demand.
  67. Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.
  68. Leadership is about being a servant first.
  69. Leadership is all about taking people on a journey. The challenge is that most of the time, we are asking people to follow us to places we ourselves have never been.
  70. Leadership is solving problems. The day soldiers stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them. They have either lost confidence that you can help or concluded you do not care. Either case is a failure of leadership.
  71. Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.
  72. Leadership to me means duty, honor, country. It means character, and it means listening from time to time.
  73. Leapfrog innovation – consistent, constant, ridiculous leapfrog innovation – only happens within a dictatorship. Any time you try to do something really innovative, most people aren’t going to understand it until after they experience it. So when you’re developing in innovation, you have to be a dictator.
  74. Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.
  75. Learn not only to find what you like, learn to like what you find.
  76. Learn to enjoy every minute of your life. Be happy now. Don’t wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Think how really precious is the time you have to spend, whether it’s at work or with your family. Every minute should be enjoyed and savored.
  77. Learn to think continentally.
  78. Learned helplessness is the giving-up reaction, the quitting response that follows from the belief that whatever you do doesn’t matter.
  79. Learning Indian mannerisms, how to wear saris, and the language were a challenge.
  80. Learning is a result of listening, which in turn leads to even better listening and attentiveness to the other person. In other words, to learn from the child, we must have empathy, and empathy grows as we learn.
  81. Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.
  82. Learning, n. The kind of ignorance distinguishing the studious.
  83. Learning something new is fun.
  84. Learning to give up on perfection may be just about the most romantic move any of us could make.
  85. Learning to read clusters is not something your eyes do naturally. It takes constant practice.
  86. Learning to read the Bible in the light of the times in which it was written is critical. Reading it uncritically, without understanding the cultural and historical setting of the text, leaves us forced to accept scientific and sociological norms of the ancient Near East from 3,000 years ago.
  87. Learning to read the Bible in the light of the times in which it was written is critical.
  88. Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous.
  89. Learning would be exceedingly laborious, not to mention hazardous, if people had to rely solely on the effects of their own actions to inform them what to do.
  90. LearnVest provides women with the necessary tools and resources to manage their personal finances; its core mission, to positively contribute to society through education and, ultimately, the promotion of self-sufficient and financially aware women.
  91. Leave all the afternoon for exercise and recreation, which are as necessary as reading. I will rather say more necessary because health is worth more than learning.
  92. Leave it as it is. The ages have been at work on it and man can only mar it.
  93. Leave no authority existing not responsible to the people.
  94. Leave no stone unturned.
  95. Leaving southern Sudan as a child was terrifying. It was 1985, and my family and I were trying to escape to Khartoum, the capital in the North, to safety.
  96. LeBron ain’t got none of my game, but his heart is all mine.
  97. Lectures should go from being like the family singing around the piano to high-quality concerts.
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  100. Left to my own devices, my first inclination is to mess in other people’s lives. I secretly believe my whole family, and really the whole world, is my responsibility.
  101. Legacy is a stupid thing! I don’t want a legacy.
  102. Legislation can neither be wise nor just which seeks the welfare of a single interest at the expense and to the injury of many and varied interests.
  103. Legislation must be passed which undoes the damage caused by excessive de-regulation. That means reinstalling the regulatory firewalls that were ripped down in 1999.
  104. Legitimate steps of self-defence which Israel takes in its war against Palestinian terror – actions which any sovereign state is obligated to undertake to ensure the security of its citizens – are presented by those who hate Israel as aggressive, Nazi-like steps.
  105. Leia follows me like a vague smell.
  106. Leisure is the time for doing something useful. This leisure the diligent person will obtain the lazy one never.
  107. Leisure time is only leisure time when it is earned; otherwise, leisure time devolves into soul-killing lassitude. There’s a reason so many new retirees, freed from the treadmill of work, promptly keel over on the golf course: Work fulfills us. It keeps us going.
  108. Lena Horne is the sweetest and most adorable woman in the world.
  109. Lennon was very helpful. What he taught me seems completely obvious: he expected people to treat each other well.
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  112. Less about politics, ‘The Path to 9/11’ focused on the emergence of radical Islamic terror as a clear and present American threat.
  113. Less is only more where more is no good.
  114. Lesson 1 from Spitzer: Don’t alienate the legislature on Day 1.
  115. Lesson from Pataki’s success is: Use the political moment.
  116. Let all your things have their places; let each part of your business have its time.
  117. Let both sides seek to invoke the wonders of science instead of its terrors. Together let us explore the stars, conquer the deserts, eradicate disease, tap the ocean depths, and encourage the arts and commerce.
  118. Let each know that for each the body, the mind and the soul have been freed to fulfill themselves.
  119. Let every eye negotiate for itself and trust no agent.
  120. Let every man be respected as an individual and no man idolized.
  121. Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.
  122. Let everyone try and find that as a result of daily prayer he adds something new to his life, something with which nothing can be compared.
  123. Let freedom reign. The sun never set on so glorious a human achievement.
  124. ‘Let God be true but every man a liar’ is the language of true faith.
  125. Let his own wand ding him.
  126. Let Indian history be set side by side with Europe history with what there is of the latter century by century and let us see whether India need blush at the comparison.
  127. Let it be our delight to find our society in the circle of which Jesus is the center, and let us make those our friends who are the friends of Jesus.
  128. Let me alone, and go in search of someone else.
  129. Let me ask you a question: If you never ate a balanced diet, what would happen to your body? You know the answer: Eventually you’d grow weak; you might even open yourself to serious illness or disease. We all need a balanced diet if we are to stay healthy.
  130. Let me be absolutely clear. Israel is a strong friend of Israel’s. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under a McCain administration. It will be a strong friend of Israel’s under an Obama administration. So that policy is not going to change.
  131. Let me be accurate in everything, for though you and I have seen some strange things together, you may at the first think that I, Van Helsing, am mad. That the many horrors and the so long strain on nerves has at the last turn my brain.
  132. Let me be clear: as I have said repeatedly, I do not believe that all police officers are bad, nor do I believe that most are bad. But there must be a transparent, impartial and fair system to judge those that engage in criminal or unethical acts.
  133. Let me define a leader. He must have vision and passion and not be afraid of any problem. Instead, he should know how to defeat it. Most importantly, he must work with integrity.
  134. Let me embrace thee, sour adversity, for wise men say it is the wisest course.
  135. Let me even say before I even get inaugurated, during the transition we are going to be having meetings all across the country with community organizations so that you have input into the agenda for the next presidency of the United States of America.
  136. Let me give you a definition of ethics: It is good to maintain and further life it is bad to damage and destroy life.
  137. Let me just be very clear that the Republican Party will select a nominee that will beat Bill Clinton.
  138. Let me just tell you how thrilling it really is, and how, what a challenge it is, because in 1988 the question is whether we’re going forward to tomorrow or whether we’re going to go past to the – to the back!
  139. Let me just try to give you sort of the intuitive one here on the stimulus funds. If you have a two-person economy – let’s imagine we have two farms, and that’s the whole world, just two farms. If one of those farmers gets unemployment benefits, who do you think pays for him? Am I going way over your heads today?
  140. Let me make one thing clear. I have never considered mere survival in power as any achievement, just as I have never seen coming to power as an achievement in itself.
  141. Let me put it this way: I don’t plan to retire. What would I do, become a brain surgeon? I mean, a brain surgeon can retire and write novels, but a novelist can’t retire and do brain surgery – or at least he better not.
  142. Let me put it this way: I think Republicans tend to keep the ball in play, Democrats go for broke.
  143. Let me put it this way: There is nothing in Islam that is fundamentally against the quest for knowledge.
  144. Let me remind you of the old maxim: people under suspicion are better moving than at rest, since at rest they may be sitting in the balance without knowing it, being weighed together with their sins.
  145. Let me say that I’ve never thought to conduct because the conductor has to think to the music before the orchestra. And the orchestra comes later. For me, it’s terrible.
  146. Let me say this on a personal note. Without the United States of America, I would in all probably not be able to stand here before you today.
  147. Let me tell you, sisters, seeing dried egg on a plate in the morning is a lot dirtier than anything I’ve had to deal with in politics.
  148. Let me tell you this: if Marco Rubio – even though he’s only been in the Senate for a very short period of time, that man has a huge, huge opportunity in this country, and I think he could be the president.
  149. Let me tell you, when you’re pregnant with the first one, it’s great of course, all new and ‘Yay!’ With the second one it’s still okay; you can pay attention to number one and she can share in the joy of the pregnancy.
  150. Let me thank the 2 1/2 million Americans who helped fund our campaign with an unprecedented 8 million individual campaign contributions. Anyone know what that average contribution was? That’s right, $27.
  151. Let my skin and sinews and bones dry up, together with all the flesh and blood of my body! I welcome it! But I will not move from this spot until I have attained the supreme and final wisdom.
  152. Let no one challenge India’s secularism.
  153. Let no such man be trusted.
  154. Let not a libation of tears be the only offering at the shrine of Jesus; let us also rejoice with joy unspeakable. If we have need to lament our sin, how much more to rejoice at our pardon!
  155. Let not him who is houseless pull down the house of another, but let him work diligently and build one for himself, thus by example assuring that his own shall be safe from violence when built.
  156. Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.
  157. Let peace, descending from her native heaven, bid her olives spring amidst the joyful nations; and plenty, in league with commerce, scatter blessings from her copious hand!
  158. Let reverence for the laws be breathed by every American mother to the lisping babe that prattles on her lap – let it be taught in schools, in seminaries, and in colleges; let it be written in primers, spelling books, and in almanacs; let it be preached from the pulpit, proclaimed in legislative halls, and enforced in courts of justice.
  159. Let the fear of a danger be a spur to prevent it; he that fears not, gives advantage to the danger.
  160. Let the great world spin for ever down the ringing grooves of change.
  161. Let the inner god that is in each one of us speak. The temple is your body, and the priest is your heart: it is from here that every awareness must begin.
  162. Let the people on both sides keep their self-possession, and just as other clouds have cleared away in due time, so will this, and this great nation shall continue to prosper as before.
  163. Let the refining and improving of your own life keep you so busy that you have little time to criticize others.
  164. Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans – born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace.
  165. Let there be no purpose in friendship save the deepening of the spirit.
  166. Let there be work, bread, water and salt for all.
  167. Let this circumstance of our constitution therefore be directed to this noble purpose, and then all the objections urged against it by jealous tyranny and affrighted superstition will vanish.
  168. Let us all be brave enough to die the death of a martyr, but let no one lust for martyrdom.
  169. Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.
  170. Let us answer the terrorists by living our values with courage.
  171. Let us be moral. Let us contemplate existence.
  172. Let us be of cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those which never come.
  173. Let us be silent, that we may hear the whispers of the gods.
  174. Let us be sure that those who come after will say of us in our time, that in our time we did everything that could be done. We finished the race; we kept them free; we kept the faith.
  175. Let us beware of saying that death is the opposite of life. The living being is only a species of the dead, and a very rare species.
  176. Let us endeavor so to live so that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.
  177. Let us give publicity to H.I.V./AIDS and not hide it, because the only way to make it appear like a normal illness like TB, like cancer, is always to come out and say somebody has died because of H.I.V./AIDS, and people will stop regarding it as something extraordinary.
  178. Let us have no machine-made ornament at all; it is all bad and worthless and ugly.
  179. Let us learn to appreciate there will be times when the trees will be bare, and look forward to the time when we may pick the fruit.
  180. Let us make a special effort to stop communicating with each other, so we can have some conversation.
  181. Let us more and more insist on raising funds of love, of kindness, of understanding, of peace. Money will come if we seek first the Kingdom of God – the rest will be given.
  182. Let us never know what old age is. Let us know the happiness time brings, not count the years.
  183. Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.
  184. Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough, money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go.
  185. Let us not be too particular; it is better to have old secondhand diamonds than none at all.
  186. Let us not forget who we are. Drug abuse is a repudiation of everything America is.
  187. Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
  188. Let us now set forth one of the fundamental truths about marriage: the wife is in charge.
  189. Let us recognize that we can no longer tolerate violent oppression of women in the name of religion and culture any more than we would tolerate violent oppression espoused by any other bully in the name of a twisted rationale.
  190. Let us recollect that peace or war will not always be left to our option; that however moderate or unambitious we may be, we cannot count upon the moderation, or hope to extinguish the ambition of others.
  191. Let us remember we are all part of one American family. We are united in common values, and that includes belief in equality under the law, basic respect for public order, and the right of peaceful protest.
  192. Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow.
  193. Let us touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or slow to do the humble work.
  194. Let us wage a moral and political war against the billionaires and corporate leaders, on Wall Street and elsewhere, whose policies and greed are destroying the middle class of America.
  195. Let us wage a moral and political war against war itself, so that we can cut military spending and use that money for human needs.
  196. Let you look sometimes for the goodness in me, and judge me not.
  197. Let’s admit it; the only use for complaining is to make people laugh.
  198. Let’s assume for the moment that the logic behind Presidents Day is actually sound for certain presidents. Why not have a separate holiday for Lincoln and one for Washington – as we used to do, before we became so concerned with the ‘Every President Gets a Trophy’ ethos?
  199. Let’s be careful out there.
  200. Let’s be honest, dental care in America is extremely expensive, period.
  201. Let’s be honest, I have enough money to never have to work again.
  202. Let’s be honest – tracking down, rounding up, and deporting millions of people isn’t realistic. Anyone who suggests otherwise isn’t being straight with you. It’s also not who we are as Americans.
  203. Let’s blow some stuff up.
  204. Let’s deal with Today!
  205. Let’s face facts, this is visual medium, there’s a very high premium put on people who are good-looking. But the minute you rely on that you get yourself in trouble. You certainly don’t make a career out of that anymore as an actor.
  206. Let’s face it, a nice creamy chocolate cake does a lot for a lot of people; it does for me.
  207. Let’s face it, I only practice yoga because the classes are always packed with beautiful women.
  208. Let’s face it: It’s difficult enough to be funny without worrying about what is going to offend whom.
  209. Let’s face it. Umpiring is not an easy or happy way to make a living. In the abuse they suffer, and the pay they get for it, you see an imbalance that can only be explained by their need to stay close to a game they can’t resist.
  210. Let’s get on our knees and pray. I don’t know to whom. Is there a patron saint of ballistics gel?
  211. Let’s get with it, guys: You don’t need to hear a Ministry song to get political. You should be political on your own. We’re just a side project to society. So do I care what people think about me personally? No. I just do what I do.
  212. Lets have faith that right makes might; and in that faith let us, to the end, dare to do our duty as we understand it.
  213. Let’s keep the Internet weird. Let’s keep the Internet free.
  214. Let’s make a statement to the airlines just to get their attention. We’ll pick a week next year and we’ll all agree not to go anywhere for seven days.
  215. Let’s make health care a meritocracy. Access to the best care goes to people who did what they could to avoid becoming ill.
  216. Let’s not let the government sell us out. Let’s fight for net neutrality.
  217. Let’s pray that the human race never escapes from Earth to spread its iniquity elsewhere.
  218. Let’s put it this way: there wouldn’t be much point in me attending a high-school reunion now because there wouldn’t be anybody there. We’d struggle to raise a quorum.
  219. Let’s remember the children who come from broken homes, surrounded by crime, drugs, temptation, their peers having babies out of wedlock, but who still manage to get a good education despite the many obstacles they face every day.
  220. Let’s start with a basic question: Do we, as a country, want our most highly qualified employees from the private sector to pursue public service? The answer, I would imagine, should be yes.
  221. Let’s start with the church. As you know, it’s my background, it’s a natural setting for me and it’s definitely my roots.
  222. Let’s suppose somebody abused you sexually. You still had a choice, though not a good one, about what to tell yourself about the abuse.
  223. Let’s take Taylor Swift. She lives in a huge beautiful apartment; she gets limo-ed everywhere. She’s not seeing what it means to live in New York.
  224. Liberal capitalism is not perfect, but compared to the other ‘isms,’ it’s far superior.
  225. Liberal judges tend to be expansive about things like equal protection, while conservatives read more into ones like ‘the right to bear arms.’
  226. Liberal progressivism evolved after our Constitution. It has repeatedly failed all over the world so why do we think it could be successful here in the United States of America?
  227. Liberal soccer moms are precisely as likely to receive anthrax in the mail as to develop a capacity for linear thinking.
  228. Liberalism has never been about establishing a universal standard. Liberalism is simply intellectual cover for those wanting to gain political power and increase the size of the state.
  229. Liberals are not always so liberal with people who disapprove – disapprove of their point of view.
  230. Liberals are stalwart defenders of civil liberties – provided we’re only talking about criminals.
  231. Liberals become indignant when you question their patriotism, but simultaneously work overtime to give terrorists a cushion for the next attack and laugh at dumb Americans who love their country and hate the enemy.
  232. Liberals in Hollywood can’t stand when Americans resonate to conservatives on television.
  233. Liberals like me love America. We just love America in a different way.
  234. Liberals worry that what’s best for the individual might not be better for the public at large. But that philosophy assumes something vicious about each and every one of us. It assumes we only care about ourselves.
  235. Liberation is an ever shifting horizon, a total ideology that can never fulfill its promises. It has the therapeutic quality of providing emotionally charged rituals of solidarity in hatred – it is the amphetamine of its believers.
  236. Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.
  237. Liberty is a great celestial Goddess, strong, beneficent, and austere, and she can never descend upon a nation by the shouting of crowds, nor by arguments of unbridled passion, nor by the hatred of class against class.
  238. Liberty is the right to do what I like; license, the right to do what you like.
  239. Liberty is the right to do what the law permits.
  240. Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it.
  241. Liberty must be limited in order to be possessed.
  242. Liberty: One of Imagination’s most precious possessions.
  243. Lie, lonely, lose.
  244. Lies are sufficient to breed opinion, and opinion brings on substance.
  245. Life – a spiritual pickle preserving the body from decay.
  246. Life always rides in strength to victory, not through internationalism… but only through the direct responsibility of the individual.
  247. Life, an age to the miserable, and a moment to the happy.
  248. Life and death are illusions. We are in a constant state of transformation.
  249. Life and death are one thread, the same line viewed from different sides.
  250. Life becomes harder for us when we live for others, but it also becomes richer and happier.
  251. Life can be a lot broader… when you realize one simple thing: And that is that everything around us that we call life was made up by people who were no smarter than you. And you can build your own life that other people can live in. So build a life. Don’t live one. Build one. Find your opportunity, and always be sexy.
  252. Life can be tough sometimes. But I think it just starts with admitting, ‘Okay, the world’s not perfect, how do we live our lives within that and not be miserable?’
  253. Life comes with many challenges. The ones that should not scare us are the ones we can take on and take control of.
  254. Life consists in what a man is thinking of all day.
  255. Life contains but two tragedies. One is not to get your heart’s desire; the other is to get it.
  256. Life could be wonderful if people would leave you alone.
  257. Life does not agree with philosophy: There is no happiness that is not idleness, and only what is useless is pleasurable.
  258. Life does not cease to be funny when people die any more than it ceases to be serious when people laugh.
  259. Life doesn’t require that we be the best, only that we try our best.
  260. Life every man holds dear; but the dear man holds honor far more precious dear than life.
  261. Life expectancy in many parts of Africa can be something around the age of thirty five to thirty eight. I mean you’re very fortunate if you live to that age. In fact when I went to Uganda for the first time one of the things that occurred to me was that I saw very few elderly people.
  262. Life gives you plenty of time to do whatever you want to do if you stay in the present moment.
  263. Life goes by really fast, and it seems that there are times when you’re burying a lot of friends and family. And then there are times that feel really precious and everybody is doing okay. This is one of those times.
  264. Life got very good – we went from living in a one-bedroom apartment to a five-bedroom mansion by the time I was in high school. I had everything I wanted growing up, though all I wanted was music stuff – drums, a PC, turntables.
  265. Life has meaning only if one barters it day by day for something other than itself.
  266. Life has no blessing like a prudent friend.
  267. Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.
  268. Life in abundance comes only through great love.
  269. Life in common among people who love each other is the ideal of happiness.
  270. Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
  271. Life is a bitch.
  272. Life is a blur when one is essaying different roles; it is so fulfilling.
  273. Life is a difficult game. You can win it only by retaining your birthright to be a person.
  274. Life is a gamble. You can get hurt, but people die in plane crashes, lose their arms and legs in car accidents; people die every day. Same with fighters: some die, some get hurt, some go on. You just don’t let yourself believe it will happen to you.
  275. Life is a gift, given in trust – like a child.
  276. Life is a jest; and all things show it. I thought so once; but now I know it.
  277. Life is a joke.
  278. Life is a lively process of becoming.
  279. Life is a lot more interesting if you are interested in the people and the places around you. So, illuminate your little patch of ground, the people that you know, the things that you want to commemorate. Light them up with your art, with your music, with your writing, with whatever it is that you do.
  280. Life is a mixing of all kind of things: comedy and tragedy going together.
  281. Life is a process, and you just take it a day at a time, and you can’t live in tomorrow, and you can’t reach back and be in yesterday. No matter how much you want to, you just have what’s right there in front of you.
  282. Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.
  283. Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.
  284. Life is a series of waves to be embraced and overcome.
  285. Life is a sexually contracted terminal disease.
  286. Life is a song to me.
  287. Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood. All is riddle, and the key to a riddle is another riddle.
  288. Life … is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.
  289. Life is a terminal disease.
  290. Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot.
  291. Life is a wretched gray Saturday, but it has to be lived through.
  292. Life is about everything, but without love it’s nothing.
  293. Life is about growing and improving and getting better.
  294. Life is about making your own happiness – and living by your own rules.
  295. Life is abundant, and life is beautiful. And it’s a good place that we’re all in, you know, on this earth, if we take care of it.
  296. Life is an adventure, it’s not a package tour.
  297. Life is an exciting business, and most exciting when it is lived for others.
  298. Life is an illusion. I am held together in the nothingness by art.
  299. Life is an offensive, directed against the repetitious mechanism of the Universe.
  300. Life is anything but predictable.
  301. Life is as tedious as twice-told tale, vexing the dull ear of a drowsy man.
  302. Life is beautiful, what do you think? In the morning I say, ‘Ah, I am alive still!’ All my friends die already. I am alive. It is fantastic.
  303. Life is better than death, I believe, if only because it is less boring, and because it has fresh peaches in it.
  304. Life is either a great adventure or nothing.
  305. Life is enjoyment, enjoyment is Whiskey, but Whiskey is not life.
  306. Life is essentially a cheat and its conditions are those of defeat; the redeeming things are not happiness and pleasure but the deeper satisfactions that come out of struggle.
  307. Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about.
  308. Life is full of ironies and absurdities.
  309. Life is generally something that happens elsewhere.
  310. Life is hard, but the alternative is unacceptable.
  311. Life is infinitely complex, and I feel like we live in a culture that really seems to want to simplify it into sound bites and bromides, and that does not work.
  312. Life is just one damned thing after another.
  313. Life is like a box of sardines and we are all looking for the key.
  314. Life is like a roller coaster, live it, be happy, enjoy life.
  315. Life is like a ten speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.
  316. Life is like an ice-cream cone, you have to lick it one day at a time.
  317. Life is made of ever so many partings welded together.
  318. Life is never fair, and perhaps it is a good thing for most of us that it is not.
  319. Life is not about money.
  320. Life is not quantifiable in terms of age, but I suppose in my fifties I am more grounded and more at ease in my own skin than when I was younger. I have a confidence that I didn’t have before from the experiences I’ve had.
  321. Life… is not simply a series of exciting new ventures. The future is not always a whole new ball game. There tends to be unfinished business. One trails all sorts of things around with one, things that simply won’t be got rid of.
  322. Life is not so much about beginnings and endings as it is about going on and on and on. It is about muddling through the middle.
  323. Life is nothing but a competition to be the criminal rather than the victim.
  324. Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don’t bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality. Wake Up and Live!
  325. Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music.
  326. Life is our dictionary.
  327. Life is out there, if your doing what you love, and loving what you do.
  328. Life is really pretty tricky, and there’s a lot of loss, and the longer you stay alive, the more people you lose whom you actually couldn’t live without.
  329. Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.
  330. Life is so, so short. Bible says it’s like a vapor.
  331. Life is terminal.
  332. Life is the best thing in the world, those who disprove are fools
  333. Life is to be entered upon with courage.
  334. Life is too mysterious to try to map it out. I’ve certainly lived long enough to know it will take you places you never thought it would take you – and some of those places are kind of wonderful.
  335. Life is too short for long-term grudges.
  336. Life is too short to be a boring company.
  337. Life is too short to be little. Man is never so manly as when he feels deeply, acts boldly, and expresses himself with frankness and with fervor.
  338. Life is truly known only to those who suffer, lose, endure adversity and stumble from defeat to defeat.
  339. Life is unsure. Always eat your dessert first.
  340. Life is very short and what we have to do must be done in the now.
  341. Life is very, very complicated, and so films should be allowed to be, too.
  342. Life is wasted on the living.
  343. Life is what happens when you’re doing other things, right?
  344. Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.
  345. Life is what you make it
  346. Life is without meaning. You bring the meaning to it. The meaning of life is whatever you ascribe it to be. Being alive is the meaning.
  347. Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.
  348. Life isn’t fair. — No, it’s not, is it!
  349. Life isn’t fair.
  350. Life leaps like a geyser for those who drill through the rock of inertia.
  351. Life levels all men. Death reveals the eminent.
  352. Life. Live it.
  353. Life, live, love.
  354. Life loves the liver of it.
  355. Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told: ‘I’m with you kid. Let’s go.’
  356. Life mixes tones all the time.
  357. Life must be lived and curiosity kept alive. One must never, for whatever reason, turn his back on life.
  358. Life on Earth is at the ever-increasing risk of being wiped out by a disaster, such as sudden global nuclear war, a genetically engineered virus or other dangers we have not yet thought of.
  359. Life resembles a novel more often than novels resemble life.
  360. Life should be blissful, and blissful doesn’t mean just a small happiness. It’s huge. It is profound.
  361. Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.
  362. Life sucks, then you die.
  363. Life sucks til it stops, the life, not the sucking.
  364. Life was so easy before I became an actor. I could talk to anyone, and no one bothered. I keep thinking to myself, ‘Should I not be myself,’ but I won’t do that.
  365. Life will take its toll on all of us. We get injured, we get old. It’s really sad to try to run away from these harsh realities of life. Looks are not everything. I am not going to look beautiful all the time.
  366. Life without liberty is like a body without spirit.
  367. Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit.
  368. Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen.
  369. Life would be tolerable but for its amusements.
  370. Life would be tragic if it weren’t funny.
  371. Life’s a rollercoaster. You’re up one minute; you’re down one minute. But who doesn’t like rollercoasters?
  372. Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’
  373. Life’s short. Anything could happen, and it usually does, so there is no point in sitting around thinking about all the ifs, ands and buts.
  374. Life’s supposed to be an adventure, a surprise!
  375. Life’s too short to deal with other people’s insecurities.
  376. Life’s tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late.
  377. Like a blazing comet, I’ve traversed infinite nights, interstellar spaces of the imagination, voluptuousness and fear.
  378. Like a pianist runs her fingers over the keys, I’ll search my mind for what to say. Now, the poem may want you to write it. And then sometimes you see a situation and think, ‘I’d like to write about that.’ Those are two different ways of being approached by a poem, or approaching a poem.
  379. Like all Americans, Arkansans hurt for the Syrian refugees. The hardships they face are beyond most of our understanding, and my thoughts and prayers are with them, but I will not support a policy that poses real risk to Americans.
  380. Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen.
  381. Like all Israelis, I yearn for peace. I see the utmost importance in taking all possible steps that will lead to a solution of the conflict with the Palestinians.
  382. Like almost everyone who uses e-mail, I receive a ton of spam every day. Much of it offers to help me get out of debt or get rich quick. It would be funny if it weren’t so exciting.
  383. Like any creative human being, I would like a bit more control so that it would be a little easier for me when the director says, ‘One tear, right now,’ that one tear would pop out.
  384. Like any show, I think some episodes are going to be stronger than others, but I think it’s a good show that people enjoy and I hear the reactions too.
  385. Like any well designed software product, Windows is designed, developed and tested as an integrated whole.
  386. Like any young person, I do what I want.
  387. Like anybody, you have moments when you question yourself and you’re insecure.
  388. Like as the waves make towards the pebbl’d shore, so do our minutes, hasten to their end.
  389. Like Cato, give his little senate laws, and sit attentive to his own applause.
  390. Like every man of sense and good feeling, I abominate work.
  391. Like every other good thing in this world, leisure and culture have to be paid for. Fortunately, however, it is not the leisured and the cultured who have to pay.
  392. Like every parent, when you start your family, your life completely changes. And you completely live for someone else. I find that the most extraordinary thing. Your life is handed over to someone else. From that moment on, they come first in every choice you make. It’s the most wonderful thing.
  393. Like every poor person, I used to dream about winning the lottery. I didn’t just get money, though. I got fame. And I got fame before I got money, and it was scary.
  394. Like everyone else, I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life. The only way I know how to handle them is to learn from them and move forward.
  395. Like everyone else who makes the mistake of getting older, I begin each day with coffee and obituaries.
  396. Like everywhere in the world, people of the Middle East aspire to liberty and justice. They wish to have a better life and a decent education for their children.
  397. Like hatred, jealousy is forbidden by the laws of life because it is essentially destructive.
  398. Like, I have had moments, which I think most people have, where you’ll be watching TV, and it’ll be interrupted by some tragic event, and you’ll actually find yourself thinking, ‘I don’t want to hear about this train being derailed! What happened to ‘The Flintstones?’
  399. Like many other banks and finance companies, Green Tree used a process called securitization to resell its home loans to outside investors. Green Tree grouped thousands of these small loans into a pool worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
  400. Like many people in Britain, I have an affectionate respect for the Queen, and am surprised that I should be having such republican thoughts.
  401. Like many rich men, he thought in anecdotes; like many simple women, she thought in terms of biography.
  402. Like most girls, I suffered from pimples, too. I tried dozens of treatments but was never satisfied with any.
  403. Like most guys, I’ve always liked watches. I can always check the time on my phone, but having a watch is so much better.
  404. Like most parents, I think, my children have been the source of some of my most intense joys and despairs, my deepest moral dilemmas and greatest moral achievements.
  405. Like most people, I have this sort of love-hate relationship with Pittsburgh. This is my home, and at times I miss it and find it tremendously exciting, and other times I want to catch the first thing out that has wheels.
  406. Like most rights, the Second Amendment right is not unlimited… It is not a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner whatsoever and for whatever purpose.
  407. Like my friend Warren Buffett, I feel particularly lucky to do something every day that I love to do. He calls it ‘tap-dancing to work.’
  408. Like myself, President Obama is the father of two daughters. He understands the obstacles that they face as women, but he also understands the emergency of the state of young black men in America.
  409. Like now what Urban Outfitters has become is very much how I always dressed in high school by going to garage sales and getting stuff for 50 cents. Cost a little more now, to look like crap.
  410. Like other human institutions, courts and juries are not perfect. One cannot have a system of criminal punishment without accepting the possibility that someone will be punished mistakenly.
  411. Like probably a lot of people, I came away from watching films like ‘Miss Representation’ and ‘Half the Sky’ with the realization that the battle for women’s rights is not over, especially not globally, and that the moral imperative of our century is to achieve full rights for everyone regardless of gender.
  412. Like religion, politics, and family planning, cereal is not a topic to be brought up in public. It’s too controversial.
  413. Like the experience of warfare, the endurance of grave or terminal illness involves long periods of tedium and anxiety, punctuated by briefer interludes of stark terror and pain.
  414. Like the old soldier of the ballad, I now close my military career and just fade away, an old soldier who tried to do his duty as God gave him the light to see that duty. Goodbye.
  415. Like when I had long hair, you kind of got male attention from everything. But when you had short hair, it was a different kind of man that was attracted to you or I found coming up.
  416. Like when I host a party. I hope my guests get along. But if not, how interesting!
  417. Like with ‘Parks and Recreation,’ it’s so much fun because the people writing it are funny and they’re open and you just go in there and have a good time. It’s pretty much the easiest job I’ve ever had.
  418. Lil Wayne, that’s my brother. Birdman, that’s family.
  419. Limbaugh can rightly be said to be the greatest populist expositor of conservatism in America since Reagan, and the link between the Reagan generation and the so-called Rush Babies.
  420. Limit or eliminate late-night computer and television viewing. A computer or TV screen may seem much dimmer than a light bulb, but these screens often fill your field of vision, mimicking the effects of a room filled with light.
  421. Limited in his nature, infinite in his desire, man is a fallen god who remembers heaven.
  422. Limits, like fear, is often an illusion.
  423. Lincoln merely nominally freed the bodies of Negroes. But Debs would free the bodies and minds of Negroes.
  424. Lincoln was the spokesman of the rising capitalist class of the North, who viewed the emancipation of Negro slaves as indispensable to the development and triumph of the manufacturers and bankers of the industrial North, East and West over the slave-holder of the South.
  425. Linking a YouTube channel to a Google+ page lets you:
  426. linksind.net/spyder
  427. List of Google products direct sign in bookmark links
  428. List of Top Social Networking Websites
  429. List of Top Web Search Engine Websites
  430. Listen, anybody who has a film festival has the right to show what they want.
  431. Listen, I think movies serve many different purposes, from those movies that are frivolous and just an entertainment, to movies that just go to exploring the complexities of the human soul. Everything is valid if it’s done with honesty and dignity, and I actually do both of those types of movies in my career.
  432. Listen, man: I am not the industrial godfather, king, whatever. I don’t relish that title. I don’t like it. I think it’s limiting. I do country, I do blues. I don’t just go straight.
  433. Listen, real poetry doesn’t say anything; it just ticks off the possibilities. Opens all doors. You can walk through any one that suits you.
  434. Listen, there are some movies that are set in stone and the writer or the director does not want to change, but I’ve never worked on a movie, including my own, that didn’t take advantage of a rehearsal process.
  435. Listen; there’s a hell of a good universe next door: let’s go.
  436. Listen to many, speak to a few.
  437. Listen to the pregnant woman. Value her. She values the life growing inside her. Listen to the pregnant woman, and you cannot help but defend her right to abortion.
  438. Listen to what others tell you about your voice. If you’re only singing to please yourself, you might as well just sing under the shower. But if you’re singing for others, you are reliant on them to ask you to sing.
  439. Listen to your intuition. It will tell you everything you need to know.
  440. Listening is being able to be changed by the other person.
  441. Listening to the stories told in jazz music and how those artists expressed their truths about the times and what they were dealing with is what struck me the most.
  442. Lists are how I parse and manage the world.
  443. Literature adds to reality, it does not simply describe it. It enriches the necessary competencies that daily life requires and provides; and in this respect, it irrigates the deserts that our lives have already become.
  444. Literature becomes the living memory of a nation.
  445. Literature for me isn’t a workaday job, but something which involves desires, dreams and fantasy.
  446. Literature is my life of course, but from an ontological point of view. From an existential point of view, I like being a teacher.
  447. Literature is my Utopia. Here I am not disenfranchised. No barrier of the senses shuts me out from the sweet, gracious discourses of my book friends. They talk to me without embarrassment or awkwardness.
  448. Literature must rest always on a principle, and temporal considerations are no principle at all. For, to the poet, all times and places are one; the stuff he deals with is eternal and eternally the same: no theme is inept, no past or present preferable.
  449. Literature, not scripture, sustains the mind and – since there is no other metaphor – also the soul.
  450. Literature transmits incontrovertible condensed experience… from generation to generation. In this way literature becomes the living memory of a nation.
  451. Litigant. A person about to give up his skin for the hope of retaining his bones.
  452. Litigation: A machine which you go into as a pig and come out of as a sausage.
  453. Littera scripta manet – ‘The written word will remain’. That’s true, but it won’t be that much comfort to me.
  454. Little else is requisite to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism but peace, easy taxes, and a tolerable administration of justice: all the rest being brought about by the natural course of things.
  455. Little minds are interested in the extraordinary; great minds in the commonplace.
  456. Little minds have little worries, big minds have no time for worries.
  457. Little progress can be made by merely attempting to repress what is evil. Our great hope lies in developing what is good.
  458. Little Red Riding Hood was my first love. I felt that if I could have married Little Red Riding Hood, I should have known perfect bliss.
  459. Little things affect little minds.
  460. Little things console us because little things afflict us.
  461. Live and let live.
  462. Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
  463. Live constructively and live optimistically.
  464. Live life like there’s no tomorrow.
  465. Live so that when your children think of fairness, caring, and integrity, they think of you.
  466. Live so that your friends can defend you but never have to.
  467. Live the life you’ve dreamed.
  468. Live truth instead of professing it.
  469. Live-tweeting your bikini wax is not vulnerability. Nor is posting a blow-by-blow of your divorce . That’s an attempt to hot-wire connection. But you can’t cheat real connection. It’s built up slowly. It’s about trust and time.
  470. Live your beliefs and you can turn the world around.
  471. Live your life, do your work, then take your hat.
  472. Live your life while you have it. Life is a splendid gift. There is nothing small in it. Far the greatest things grow by God’s law out of the smallest. But to live your life, you must discipline it.
  473. ‘Lives’ is one of those books I should really have written when I was younger. It is the classic childhood, adolescence, breakthrough-into-maturity book. Every beginning writer has that material – and after that, you’re not sure what you can do.
  474. Living animals are too eccentric in their movements, and the law of gravitation usually draws me from my seat upon them to a lower level; therefore, I am not an inveterate lover of horseback.
  475. Living big and joyful and content is almost always the result of our finding satisfaction in life’s ordinary day-to-day pleasures. And God must be fond of them, too, for He made so many of them for us to enjoy.
  476. Living in a state of terror was new to many white people in America, but black people have been living in a state of terror in this country for more than 400 years.
  477. Living in America and, of course, just being women in general, we’ve got more strength than we think we do.
  478. Living in New York, you get a lot of confidence; when I go back to Michigan, I realise how obnoxious and demanding and straightforward I am.
  479. Living is dangerous. The important thing is to know the limits.
  480. Living is like tearing through a museum. Not until later do you really start absorbing what you saw, thinking about it, looking it up in a book, and remembering – because you can’t take it in all at once.
  481. Living never wore one out so much as the effort not to live.
  482. Living on $6 a day means you have a refrigerator, a TV, a cell phone, your children can go to school. That’s not possible on $1 a day.
  483. Lo! The poor Indian, whose untutored mind sees God in clouds, or hears him in the wind.
  484. Lo, what huge heaps of littleness around!
  485. Local businesses have never had a great way to get customers in the door.
  486. Local commerce, without question, will be one of the fundamental use cases enabled by mobile devices over the next several years.
  487. Local prosecutors work alongside local police officers on a regular basis and are therefore conflicted when it comes to prosecuting those same officers. They are under extreme pressure from local police unions and from rank-and-file cops.
  488. Locally, I’ll vote one way and nationally, maybe another.
  489. Location extensions can:
  490. Locations are all tough, all miserable. I never left the sound stage for 18 years at Warners. We never went outside the studio, not even for big scenes.
  491. Logic is the art of going wrong with confidence.
  492. Logic: The art of thinking and reasoning in strict accordance with the limitations and incapacities of the human misunderstanding.
  493. Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
  494. Logically, harmony must come from the heart… Harmony very much based on trust. As soon as use force, creates fear. Fear and trust cannot go together.
  495. London 2012 was superb. It was the best triathlon experience in a million years.
  496. London 2012 was the toughest time in our relationship but also the best. Things could get fractious – we were both competing for gold – but standing next to my brother on the start line for a home Olympics was so special. I remember saying: ‘Let’s go.’
  497. London Fashion Week is so different from any of the others. Compared to the strictness in New York, London seems freer from commercial constraints. Truer to the process, to street style, to a sense of humour.
  498. London has become one of the great world destinations for someone who likes food.
  499. London has been used as the emblematic English city, but it’s far from representative of what life in England is actually about.
  500. London has fine museums, the British Library is one of the greatest library institutions in the world… It’s got everything you want, really.
  501. London is a modern Babylon.
  502. London is a roost for every bird.
  503. London is like my second home. I’ve still got friends there from school and from when I first started in the modelling business – people such as Karen Elson, Jasmine Guinness, Jade Parfitt.
  504. London is the most important city in the world for restaurants.
  505. London is too full of fogs and serious people. Whether the fogs produce the serious people, or whether the serious people produce the fogs, I don’t know.
  506. London seems to be a town with a lot of comedy fans and people that really enjoy stand-up.
  507. London street style is the best in the world. Fact.
  508. London, that great cesspool into which all the loungers and idlers of the Empire are irresistibly drained.
  509. Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.
  510. Loneliness is my least favorite thing about life. The thing that I’m most worried about is just being alone without anybody to care for or someone who will care for me.
  511. Lonesome Rhodes had wild mood swings. He’d be very happy, he’d be very said, he’d be very angry, very depressed, and I had to pull all of these emotions out of myself. And it wasn’t easy.
  512. Long before history began we men have got together apart from the women and done things. We had time.
  513. Long before Starbucks popularized the phrase ‘the third place’ – somewhere to interact outside of work and home – it was neighborhood restaurants that helped to define places like Union Square.
  514. Long hair is a security blanket for me. I cut it short a few years ago and I really never want to do that again. When I do cut it, I cut it myself.
  515. Long-lived persons have one or two lines which extend through the whole hand; short-lived persons have two lines not extending through the whole hand.
  516. Long tresses down to the floor can be beautiful, if you have that, but learn to love what you have.
  517. Longing and desire goes further than instant satisfaction. That’s human nature.
  518. Look at a book. A book is the right size to be a book. They’re solar-powered. If you drop them, they keep on being a book. You can find your place in microseconds. Books are really good at being books, and no matter what happens, books will survive.
  519. Look at ‘Batman’ – that was theater of the absurd, as is ‘Family Guy.’
  520. Look at Jennifer Aniston: She’s America’s sweetheart for a reason. You know what she’s going to look like when she shows up to something, and there’s something so comfortable about that.
  521. Look at Scottish guys wearing kilts – you could look at them and laugh, but the way they carry themselves, how can you? You can wear some of the weirdest things and be cool. If you believe in it, that’s what makes it cool.
  522. Look at situations from all angles, and you will become more open.
  523. Look at the better players of my era – Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Raymond Floyd. They had pros they worked with from time to time, but out on Tour, thousands of miles from home, each of them learned to be his own best coach. I think Tiger can do the same.
  524. Look at the means which a man employs, consider his motives, observe his pleasures. A man simply cannot conceal himself!
  525. Look at the Quakers – they were excellent business people that never lied, never stole; they cared for their employees and the community which gave them the wealth. They never took more money out than they put back in.
  526. Look at the shows that are really successful on Broadway. They’re musicals. They’re things that a woman will pick out the tickets for, or a man will buy the tickets with a woman in mind. It’s a date. It’s boyfriend-girlfriend, husband-wife. That’s what the theater in New York has become.
  527. Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work.
  528. Look at the world. There is no pure competitor to the United States of America.
  529. Look at those they call unfortunate and at a closer view, you’ll find many of them are unwise.
  530. Look back, to slavery, to suffrage, to integration and one thing is clear. Fashions in bigotry come and go. The right thing lasts.
  531. Look closely, and you can see where the grooves of a record widen, indicating a sparseness that can only be a bass solo, or grow denser to accommodate a cresting density of sound.
  532. Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
  533. Look for the woman in the dress. If there is no woman, there is no dress.
  534. Look for yourself, and you will find in the long run only hatred, loneliness, despair, rage, ruin, and decay. But look for Christ, and you will find Him, and with Him everything else thrown in.
  535. Look, if I were alone in the world, I would have the right to choose despair, solitude and self-fulfillment. But I am not alone.
  536. Look, if you ask a child, ‘Would you rather have a fulfilled mother or a stay-at-home Sylvia Plath,’ they’ll pick Sylvia Plath every time. But I think it’s really important that children don’t feel their parents’ emotional lives depend on their success.
  537. Look, if you have somebody who doesn’t have health insurance, who doesn’t have a doctor or dentist, and in order to deal with their cold or flu or dental problem, they go to an emergency room – in general, that visit will cost ten times more than walking into a community health center.
  538. Look, I’m a member of the House of Lords and I’m the first to admit that I don’t understand how one gets new laws through.
  539. Look, I’m no purist – there are good superhero films, and there are bad ones.
  540. Look, I’m very much in favor of tax cuts, but not with borrowed money. And the problem that we’ve gotten into in recent years is spending programs with borrowed money, tax cuts with borrowed money, and at the end of the day that proves disastrous. And my view is I don’t think we can play subtle policy here.
  541. Look not at what is contrary to propriety; listen not to what is contrary to propriety; speak not what is contrary to propriety; make no movement which is contrary to propriety.
  542. Look, the president can discharge all 93 U.S. attorneys for no reason at all, but not for a bad reason.
  543. Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.
  544. Look, when I started out, mainstream culture was Sinatra, Perry Como, Andy Williams, Sound of Music. There was no fitting into it then and of course, there’s no fitting into it now.
  545. Look, when you’re the president, there’s all kinds of things said about us. I mean, it’s just the nature of the job.
  546. Looking back, I realise I had to grow up and be responsible at a very tender age.
  547. Looking back, when I was Gollum, I suppose I did break the mold to a certain extent. I’m proud, and very thrilled, to be a part of that.
  548. Looking feminine is important to me. My personal style is fairly traditional. I was definitely influenced by my mother, who always looks elegant, and by Estee’s classic style; she was always in Givenchy or Ungaro.
  549. ‘Looking For Alaska’ by John Green is a very great book. I feel like every teenage girl says John Green’s ‘Fault In Our Stars,’ but ‘Looking For Alaska’ is better.
  550. Lord, grant that I might not so much seek to be loved as to love.
  551. Lord, help my poor soul.
  552. Lord Jesus, we come just as we are; this is how we came at first, and this is how we come still, with all our failures, with all our transgressions, with all and everything that is what it ought not to be, we come to Thee.
  553. Lord keep us all from sin. Teach us how to walk circumspectly; enable us to guard our minds against error of doctrine, our hearts against wrong feelings, and our lives against evil actions.
  554. Lord, Lord, how subject we old men are to this vice of lying!
  555. Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
  556. Lord sanctify us. Oh! That Thy spirit might come and saturate every faculty, subdue every passion, and use every power of our nature for obedience to God.
  557. Lord save us all from old age and broken health and a hope tree that has lost the faculty of putting out blossoms.
  558. Los Angeles can be a really sad city.
  559. Los Angeles is not a town full of airheads. There’s a great deal of wonderful energy there. They say ‘yes’ to things; not like the endless ‘nos’ and ‘hrrumphs’ you get in England!
  560. Losing my sight had nothing to do with my focus on music. My passion for music was already there, so it would be a mistake to give too much significance to my blindness.
  561. Losing your job is terrifying, but being prepared makes it so much easier.
  562. Lost Illusion is the undisclosed title of every novel.
  563. Lost time is never found again.
  564. Lots of people who complained about us receiving the MBE received theirs for heroism in the war – for killing people. We received ours for entertaining other people. I’d say we deserve ours more.
  565. Lots of songs aren’t even from my experiences, but they’re about accepting… the dark things about yourself.
  566. Louie is hugely talented. But I get very annoyed at the way the media… say, ‘Louis C.K. is the greatest stand-up in the world.’ He’s not the greatest stand-up in the world. He’s not funnier than Dave Attell.
  567. Louis C. K. is one of my all time favorite standup comedians.
  568. Love: A temporary insanity curable by marriage.
  569. Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.
  570. Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive.
  571. Love and doubt have never been on speaking terms.
  572. Love and life can’t be separate.
  573. Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do… but how much love we put in that action.
  574. Love begins by taking care of the closest ones – the ones at home.
  575. Love cannot save you from your own fate.
  576. Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.
  577. Love, friendship and respect do not unite people as much as a common hatred for something.
  578. Love grows by giving. The love we give away is the only love we keep. The only way to retain love is to give it away.
  579. Love has reasons which reason cannot understand.
  580. Love him or hate him, Trump is a man who is certain about what he wants and sets out to get it, no holds barred. Women find his power almost as much of a turn-on as his money.
  581. Love is a better teacher than duty.
  582. Love is a complicated emotion because you can learn something or hear something that goes against what you have come to know personally. It can be very challenging to what you believe.
  583. Love is a friendship set to music.
  584. Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.
  585. Love is a gross exaggeration of the difference between one person and everybody else.
  586. Love is a piano dropped from a fourth story window, and you were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
  587. Love is a really scary thing, and you never know what’s going to happen. It’s one of the most beautiful things in life, but it’s one of the most terrifying. It’s worth the fear because you have more knowledge, experience, you learn from people, and you have memories.
  588. Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs.
  589. Love is a state of Being. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you. It is not dependent on some other body, some external form.
  590. Love is a state of being.
  591. Love is all we have, the only way that each can help the other.
  592. Love is all you need to love, and love is all you need to be loved.
  593. Love is anterior to life, posterior to death, initial of creation, and the exponent of breath.
  594. Love is blind; friendship closes its eyes.
  595. Love is boundary-less.
  596. Love is but the discovery of ourselves in others, and the delight in the recognition.
  597. Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
  598. Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.
  599. Love is like a beautiful flower which I may not touch, but whose fragrance makes the garden a place of delight just the same.
  600. Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.
  601. Love is like a virus. It can happen to anybody at any time.
  602. Love is not consolation. It is light.
  603. Love is not love that alters when it alteration finds.
  604. Love is not something you learn, love is something you know but don’t realize until you have it.
  605. Love is of all passions the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart and the senses.
  606. Love is sex, but sex isn’t love.
  607. Love is something far more than desire for sexual intercourse; it is the principal means of escape from the loneliness which afflicts most men and women throughout the greater part of their lives.
  608. Love is something that we need to learn.
  609. Love is the answer, and you know that for sure; Love is a flower, you’ve got to let it grow.
  610. Love is the expression of one’s values, the greatest reward you can earn for the moral qualities you have achieved in your character and person, the emotional price paid by one man for the joy he receives from the virtues of another.
  611. Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.
  612. Love is the most powerful thing in the world, and you know, what love brings is joy.
  613. Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into friend.
  614. Love is the only gold.
  615. Love is the only rational act.
  616. Love is too young to know what conscience is.
  617. Love is trembling happiness.
  618. Love is when the other person’s happiness is more important than your own.
  619. Love is when you meet someone who tells you something new about yourself.
  620. Love it or shove it.
  621. Love… it surrounds every being and extends slowly to embrace all that shall be.
  622. Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.
  623. Love makes the time pass. Time makes love pass.
  624. Love makes the world go ’round.
  625. Love makes time pass. Time makes love pass.
  626. Love matches, so called, have illusion for their father and need for their mother.
  627. Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don’t know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings.
  628. Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.
  629. Love of money is the root of all evil.
  630. Love one another, but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.
  631. Love possesses not nor will it be possessed, for love is sufficient unto love.
  632. Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.
  633. Love sought is good, but given unsought, is better.
  634. Love the life you live. live the life you love.
  635. Love to everybody who is out there progressing and taking things to the next level.
  636. Love, we say, is life; but love without hope and faith is agonizing death.
  637. Lovers often invest their first meetings with retrospective significance, as if to try to conjure the elements of the numinous out of the stubborn witness of the everyday.
  638. Lovers who love truly do not write down their happiness.
  639. Loving someone liberates the lover as well as the beloved. And that kind of love comes with age.
  640. Low-income people, racial or ethnic minorities, pregnant women, seniors, people with special needs, people in rural areas – they all have a much harder time accessing a dentist than other groups of Americans.
  641. Low levels of vitamin D in the population as a whole suggest that most people need to take a vitamin D supplement. This may be especially true for seniors, as the ability to synthesize vitamin D in the skin declines with age.
  642. Lower interest rates are usually considered good for stocks because they lower the cost of borrowing and make bonds a less attractive alternative investment.
  643. Loyalty to petrified opinion never yet broke a chain or freed a human soul.
  644. Loyalty to the country always. Loyalty to the government when it deserves it.
  645. Luck is everything… My good luck in life was to be a really frightened person. I’m fortunate to be a coward, to have a low threshold of fear, because a hero couldn’t make a good suspense film.
  646. Luck is in every part of China. Many Chinese stores and restaurants have the word ‘luck’ in their names. The idea is that, just by using the word ‘luck’ in names of things, you can attract more of it. I think that’s true in my life as well. You attract luck because you go after it.
  647. Luck is not chance, it’s toil; fortune’s expensive smile is earned.
  648. Luck marches with those who give their very best.
  649. Luckier than one’s neighbor, but still not happy.
  650. Luckily for me, people don’t scream at me that much in my everyday life.
  651. Lucky that man whose children make his happiness in life and not his grief, the anguished disappointment of his hopes.
  652. Lulled in the countless chambers of the brain, our thoughts are linked by many a hidden chain; awake but one, and in, what myriads rise!
  653. Lunch kills half of Paris, supper the other half.
  654. Luxury is anything that feels special. I mean, it can be a moment, it can be a walk on the beach, it could be a kiss from your child, or it could be a beautiful picture frame, a special fragrance. I think luxury doesn’t necessarily have to mean expensive.
  655. Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.
  656. Luxury ruins republics; poverty, monarchies.
  657. Lying is not only saying what isn’t true. It is also, in fact especially, saying more than is true and, in the case of the human heart, saying more than one feels. We all do it, every day, to make life simpler.
  658. Lying is the greatest of all sins.
  659. Lyrically, the most important thing for me is, how can I tell a cohesive story?

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