Content Updated On : 2021-12-01

Bologna

Part 3. And yet it is the law of all progress that it is made by passing through some stages of instability – and that it may take a very long time. Pierre Teilhard de
Chardin

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The reason I made my stage name Kali Uchis is because it's still me in the sense that, my dad called me 'Kali Uchis' my whole life. It's still something I've been called since I was a baby. It's still me.

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In many ways, theatre is more rewarding for a writer. I used to think it was like painting a wall - that when the play is finished, it's done - but now I realise it's more like gardening; you plant the thing, then you have to constantly tend it. You're part of a thing that's living.

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The American psyche has not recovered, and likely will not ever fully recover, from the profound and relentless incompetence of George W. Bush's disastrous, multitrillion-dollar war.

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You know, funny can be universal.

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अंग्रेजी आवश्यक है क्योंकि वर्तमान में विज्ञान के मूल काम अंग्रेजी में हैं। मेरा विश्वास है कि अगले दो दशक में विज्ञान के मूल काम हमारी भाषाओँ में आने शुरू हो जायेंगे, तब हम जापानियों की तरह आगे बढ़ सकेंगे।

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History passes the final judgment.

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I am concerned for the security of our great Nation; not so much because of any threat from without, but because of the insidious forces working from within.

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Even at the United Nations, where legend has it that the building was designed so that there could be no corner offices, the expanse of glass in individual offices is said to be a dead giveaway as to rank. Five windows are excellent, one window not so great.

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Life is half spent before we know what it is.

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I think what actually works best is local-level individual targeting of key leadership nodes.

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The one question I would have for Donald Trump is inspired by his 'Make America Great Again' cap. I would ask him, 'When was America great? When did America not have an economic depression or a war?'

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Comedy in the past hasn't spoken to women because it wasn't written by women, and male writers don't make women three-dimensional characters. Too often, women just facilitate the man's comedy: they're not crazy; they're not funny. But women are as vulgar as they are elegant, as stinky as they are smelling of eau de parfum.

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My house was a revolving door. You walk in, you walk out, you get whatever you can eat, you leave, you go hang out with friends. I'm on my mission, my sister's on another mission, my dad is working trying to provide, my mom is trying to do the same thing. And somehow, we're all co-existing with each other.

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Because the biological mechanisms that affect our health and well-being are so dynamic, when people change their diet and lifestyle, they usually feel so much better, so quickly; it reframes the reason for changing from fear of dying to joy of living. Also, the support that patients give each other is a powerful motivator.

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There will be no end to the troubles of states, or of humanity itself, till philosophers become kings in this world, or till those we now call kings and rulers really and truly become philosophers, and political power and philosophy thus come into the same hands.

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I am become death, the destroyer of worlds.

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We have these weapons of mass destruction on every street corner, and they're called donuts, cheeseburgers, French fries, potato chips, junk food. Our kids are living on a junk food diet.

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Peene Pilane Ki Kya Baat Karte Ho,
Kabhi Hum Bhi Piya Karte The,
Jitni Tum Jaam Mein Liye Baithe Ho,
Utni Hum Paimaane Mein Chod Diya Karte The.

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When you dance together, there's a fabulous interaction. It's quite intimate. You're touching your partner, leading them. Learning how to behave in that person's proximity is a skill. I love it. I can't imagine tiring of it.

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