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"Creative" "Dangerously emo." - Maggie Stiefvater

"I'm dangerously generous." - Luis Miguel

"I'm dangerously generous." - Mika

"Live Life a little dangerously" - J. R. D. Tata

"Give liberally. Go urgently. Live dangerously." - David Platt

"Live dangerously and you live right." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Live dangerously and you live right." - Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth

"Still water does not only run deep. It runs dangerously." - Perry Brass

"Live dangerously. Build your cities on the slopes of Vesuvius." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"Sanity, it would seem, was a dangerously contagious disease." - H. Beam Piper

"In summer moonlight, she was dangerously, inebriatingly magnified." - Gregory Maguire

"The world was getting dangerously crowded with crazy people." - John Dunning

"Once I asked Teichman what he thought of Bird's chess: "Same as his health," he replied, "always alternating between being dangerously ill and dangerously well."" - William Ewart Napier

"The connections between people and land are dangerously oversimplified and mainly technological." - Wendell Berry

"sensitive," I tried. Sam translated, "squishy." "creative." "Dangerously Emo." "thoughtful." Feng shui." - Maggie Stiefvater

"I'd rather live dangerously for Jesus than exist safely for people's approval." - Rick Warren

"war to win peace is at best a dangerously illogical method." - Vida Dutton Scudder

"Theater is dangerously open to repetition. Its exciting when you hit on a new way." - Fiona Shaw

"Those that dare lose a day, ate dangerously prodigal; those that dare misspend it, are desperate." - Joseph Hall

"Those that dare lose a day are dangerously prodigal; those that dare misspend it, desperate." - Joseph Hall

"Not all games are innocent. Some come dangerously close to cruelty." - Elie Wiesel

"Times of my life, brief periods without music, have completely felt dangerously over the edge." - Squarepusher

"The woman who takes a woman lover lives dangerously in patriarchy." - Cheryl Clarke

"The Obama campaign seems dangerously close to becoming a cult of personality." - Paul Krugman

"People who parade their holiness are operating dangerously close to the sin of pride." - Mardy Grothe

"Great men help dazzle the people; after that, they dazzle themselves even more dangerously." - Jean Francois Paul de Gondi

"Oh! too convincing - dangerously dear - In woman's eye the unanswerable tear!" - Lord Byron

"The gap between our feelings and our social observation is dangerously wide." - Raymond Williams

"Frighteningly Beautiful, Dangerously Strong, Breathtakingly Fast. Face it Tally-wa you're special..." - Scott Westerfeld

"Beyond all our Blackberries and iPhones, we're dangerously separated from our food and water supplies." - Eric Kripke

"Washington is dangerously positioned between two Canadas, Canada Canada and California's Canada, Oregon." - Stephen Colbert

"Live intensely and dangerously. The world may not depend on your efforts, but you do." - Eric Maisel

"Theater is dangerously open to repetition. It's exciting when you hit on a new way." - Fiona Shaw

"If you want to live your life through to the end, you have to live dangerously." - Jeanne Moreau

"Times of my life, brief periods without music, have completely felt dangerously over the edge." - Tom Jenkinson

"Create dangerously, for people who read dangerously. ... Writing, knowing in part that no matter how trivial your words may seem, someday, somewhere, someone may risk his or her life to read them." - Edwidge Danticat

"How easy it is, how dangerously easy it is to hate a man for one's own inadequacies." - Grace Metalious

"No, General. I'm not your subordinate. And what I'm coming dangerously close to is violence. -General Wedge Antilles" - Aaron Allston

"Dangerously well'- what an irony is this: it expresses precisely the doubleness, the paradox, of feeling 'too well" - Oliver Sacks

"The art of writing fiction is to sail as dangerously close to the truth as possible without sinking the ship" - Kinky Friedman

"Conscience warns us not to sink our cleats too deeply in mortal turf, which is so dangerously artificial." - Neal A Maxwell

"Trans women of color dangerously fall in between the cracks of racial justice, feminist and LGbt movements." - Janet Mock

"Dangerously well"- what an irony is this: it expresses precisely the doubleness, the paradox, of feeling "too well" - Oliver Sacks

"You have eaten a meal dangerously seasoned. [You have laid up a grief in store for yourself.]" - Plautus

"Our civilization depends critically on software, and we have a dangerously low degree of professionalism in the computer fields" - Bjarne Stroustrup

"There's been another mass shooting by a crazy person, and liberals still refuse to consider institutionalizing the dangerously mentally ill." - Ann Coulter

"Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously near to wanting nothing." - Sylvia Plath

"For believe me: the secret for harvesting from existence the greatest fruitfulness and greatest enjoyment is - to live dangerously." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"The secret for harvesting from existence the greatest fruitfullness and the greatest enjoyment is-to live dangerously!" - Friedrich Nietzsche

"The secret of reaping the greatest fruitfulness and the greatest enjoyment from life is to live dangerously." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"We have come dangerously close to accepting the homeless situation as a problem that we just can't solve." - Linda Lingle

"Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously close to wanting nothing." - Sylvia Plath

"It is dangerously destabilizing to have half the world on the cutting edge of technology while the other half struggles on the bare edge of survival." - William J Clinton

"To create today is to create dangerously. Any publication is an act, and that act exposes one to the passions of an age that forgives nothing." - Albert Camus

"I got a new job." Patch locked eyes with me, and I warmed in a lot of places. In fact, I was dangerously close to feverish." - Becca Fitzpatrick

"We have become dangerously comfortable- believers ooze with wealth and let their addictions to comfort and security numb the radical urgency of the gospel." - Francis Chan

"The United States is dangerously close to being a plutocracy. A third of the private wealth is owned by less than 5 percent of the population." - Robert Payne

"All the creativity books in the world aren't going to help you if you're unwilling to have lousy, lame, and even dangerously bad ideas." - Seth Godin

"I loathe bad theater and most theatre is very bad because its repetitious, unexciting and, dangerously, it is sometimes praised for those things." - Fiona Shaw

"A Tong can perhaps be defined as a mutual benefit society for people with a common interest which is illegal or dangerously marginal - hence, the necessary secrecy." - Hakim Bey

"Oh! too convincing-dangerously dear- In woman's eye the unanswerable tear! That weapon of her weakness she can wield, To save, subdue-at once her spear and shield." - Lord Byron

"We corrupt the Word of God most dangerously, when we throw any doubt on the plenary inspiration of any part of Holy Scripture." - J C Ryle

"Whether splendidly isolated or dangerously isolated, I will not now debate; but for my part, I think splendidly isolated, because the isolation of England comes from her superiority." - Wilfrid Laurier

"Hi, Mom...Yes, I know my heart rate's dangerously elevated. That sound? I'm being shot at, Ma. Gotta go now. Love you much. Hugs and kisses. (Devyn)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"His heart felt dangerously full, for the first time in years. That dried-up battered organ, suddenly flush with love. It could kill him." - Maile Meloy

"Without sex, we would be dangerously invulnerable. We might believe we were not ridiculous. We wouldn't know rejection and humiliation so intimately." - Alain De Botton

"All err the more dangerously because each follows a truth. Their mistake lies not in following a falsehood but in not following another truth." - Blaise Pascal

"Our personalities seem dangerously to blur and overlap with our mother's; and, in a desperate attempt to know where mother ends and daughter begins, we perform radical surgery." - Adrienne Rich

"To those who fall and hurt themselves one runs with comfort; by those who lie dangerously stricken by a disease one sits and waits." - Rebecca West

"Hi, Mom...Yes, I know my heart rate's dangerously elevated. That sound? I'm being shot at, Ma. Gotta go now. Love you much. Hugs and kisses. (Devyn)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"In order to succeed, you have to live dangerously.. as long as the danger is rationally accepted and as long as the rewards far outweigh the risk." - Sumner Redstone

"Because the history of evolution is that life escapes all barriers. Life breaks free. Life expands to new territories. Painfully, perhaps even dangerously. But life finds a way." - Michael Crichton

"It was as if he grew his hair long and smoked cigarettes because he liked to, not because he liked being seen to. This was dangerously subversive." - Stephen Fry

"All crises have involved debt that, in one fashion or another, has become dangerously out of scale in relation to the underlying means of payment." - John Kenneth Galbraith

"There was a period where our child's birth was getting really close, and we still had nothing. We were dangerously close to calling him Untitled Baby Project." - Paul Reiser

"All the creativity books in the world are' going to help you if you're unwilling to have lousy, lame, and even dangerously bad ideas." - Seth Godin

"Do people on food stamps actually need more movies to watch? Well, I'm probably treading dangerously close to the line of insensitivity, right?" - Rush Limbaugh

"I think the media is dangerously close to creating their own product. They used to cover the product, which was whatever's happening." - Roger Ailes

"Worldwide, our oceans are warming, rising, and becoming dangerously acidic as a result of carbon pollution and climate change - endangering much that we hold dear." - Sheldon Whitehouse

"[Donald Trump] said on MSNBC's Morning Joe program, "My primary consultant is myself." While this may make consensus easy, the range of perspective is dangerously narrow." - David Krieger

"The United States is dangerously close to being a plutocracy. A third of the private wealth is owned by less than 5 percent of the population." - Pierre Stephen Robert Payne

"Vorreedi stated dangerously, I am not a mushroom, Lieutenant Vorkosigan. To be kept in the dark and fed on horseshit, right. Miles sighed inwardly." - Lois Mcmaster Bujold

"We live in a beauty-obsessed culture, which on one hand is absolutely fabulous, but on the flip side, is also dangerously extreme." - Nicolas Winding Refn

"An ear can break a human heart As quickly as a spear, We wish the ear had not a heart So dangerously near." - Emily Dickinson

"Power as is really divided, and as dangerously to all purposes, by sharing with another an Indirect Power, as a Direct one." - Thomas Hobbes

"Americans thinking that America will continue to lead the world in innovation and quality of life without some quick and serious educational improvements are dangerously delusional." - Dean Kamen

"The word 'definition' has come to have a dangerously reassuring sound, owing no doubt to its frequent occurrence in logical and mathematical writings." - Willard Van Orman Quine

"There is something about spending Christmas alone, naked, sitting by the Christmas tree gripping a shotgun, that lets you know your life is spinning dangerously outta control." - Nikki Sixx

"Unless the great majority of Americans not only have, but believe they have, a fair chance, the better American future will be dangerously compromised." - Herbert Croly

"Washington should revive international efforts begun during the Clinton administration to pressure countries with dangerously loose banking regulations to adopt and enforce stricter rules." - Kit Bond

"Expanding background checks will help create a uniform standard for all gun purchases and prevent criminals and the dangerously mentally ill from obtaining powerful weapons." - Gabrielle Giffords

"Too often we shape our public positions on the basis of our economic connections. That brings us dangerously close to economic determinism." - George W Romney

"I loathe bad theater and most theatre is very bad because it's repetitious, unexciting and, dangerously, it is sometimes praised for those things." - Fiona Shaw

"If you're a director, your entire livelihood and your entire creativity is based on your self-confidence. Sometimes that's dangerously close to arrogance." - Trevor Nunn

"Reading time is precious. Don't waste it. Reading bad books, or books that are wrong for a certain time in your life, can dangerously turn you off the activity altogether." - Lionel Shriver

"It is impossible to pretend that you are not heir to, and therefore, however inadequately or unwillingly, responsible to, and for, the time and place that give you life - without becoming, at very best, a dangerously disoriented human being." - James A Baldwin

"Good isn't my thing but Sawyer's important to me. Please remember I've got my limits and you studying my mouth like you want a taste is pushing me dangerously close to the edge of those limits." - Abbi Glines

"No one is more dangerously insane than one who is sane all the time: he is like a steel bridge without flexibility, and the order of his life is rigid and brittle." - Alan Watts

"... social evils are dangerously contagious. The fixed policy of persecution and injustice against a class of women who are weak and defenseless will be necessarily hurtful to the cause of all women." - Fannie Barrier Williams

"It is not a question of living dangerously. That formula is too arrogant, too presumptuous. I don't care much for bull-fighters. It's not the danger I love. I know what I love. It is life itself." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery

"Control in modern times requires more than force, more than law. It requires that a population dangerously concentrated in cities and factories, whose lives are filled with cause for rebellion, be taught that all is right as it is." - Howard Zinn

"Unless our fundamental sacred connectedness with every being and thing is experienced deeply and enacted everywhere, religious, political, and other differences will go on creating intolerable conflict that can only increase the already dangerously high chances of our self-annihilation." - Andrew Harvey

"Increasingly constructive doubt is the sign of advancing civilization. We must put question marks along many of our inherited legal dogmas, since they are dangerously out of line with social facts." - Jerome Frank

"Liberalism, the dominant ideology of our time, has been dangerously distorted by the impact of economism. It is that impact which has knocked the citizen off his pedestal and replaced him with the consumer." - Larry Siedentop

"I paint as I want to with no holds barred. I am more contented lately than I have been for a long time about my work. But not dangerously so." - William Dobell

"You know, when you've worked with somebody before and you've worked very deeply and dangerously then you start with the relaxation and the trust right away and that lets you go even deeper, which is a lovely thing." - Kathleen Turner

"For decades now, [Fuller] Torrey has been warning America what would happen if the dangerously mentally ill were deinstitutionalized, and it's all come true. Today, the only place we can put mental patients is on MSNBC." - Ann Coulter

"All right, two dozen house specials. Any chance one of you might want to live dangerously and try a vegetable? (Aimee) Do we look like rabbits to you? (Fury)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"I believe that the experience of childhood is irretrievable. All that remains, for any of us, is a headful of brilliant frozen moments, already dangerously distorted by the wisdoms of maturity." - Penelope Lively

"The girl dreams she is dangerously ill. Suddenly birds come out of her skin and cover her completely ... Swarms of gnats obscure the sun, the moon, and all the stars except one. That one start falls upon the dreamer." - Carl Jung

"If you can see them [the terrorists] as a relative who's dangerously sick and we have to give them medicine and the medicine is love and compassion. There's nothing better." - Richard Gere

"The harder we look at our aches and ailments, the more we will be startled by the painful truths they are trying to convey about our dangerously disembodied way of life." - Marion Woodman

"I noticed at once that Depp had a dangerously energized intelligence . . . He was a suave little brute, but he had a wicked sense of humor and a rare instinct for escalation." - Hunter S Thompson

"By geo-historical standards, today's atmospheric CO2 levels are remarkably - indeed dangerously - low. We need CO2 in the air to support plant growth and agricultural yields, and more would be better." - Roger Helmer

"Core competence, as it is used by many managers, is a dangerously inward-looking notion. Competitiveness is far more about doing what customers value than doing what you think you're good at." - Clayton Christensen

"One-third of our people were dangerously ill, getting worse hourly, and we felt sure of meeting the same fate, with death as our only prospect, which in such a country was much worse yet." - Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca

"Given [Donald] Trump's surprising recent election as president of the United States, his fate and that of the Bomb are about to become seriously and dangerously intertwined with the fate of all humanity." - David Krieger

"I don't have much use for the concept of innateness. The everyday concept incorporates a number of different notions that can come apart in in many ways, and as a result encourages a range of dangerously fallacious inferences." - David Papineau

"It is impossible to pretend that you are not heir to, and therefore, however inadequately or unwillingly, responsible to, and for, the time and place that give you life - without becoming, at very best, a dangerously disoriented human being." - James Baldwin

"Man's Reason is in such deep insolvency to sense,that tho' she guide his highest flight heav'nward, and teach himdignity morals manners and human comfort,she can delicatly and dangerously bedizenthe rioting joys that fringe the sad pathways of Hell." - Robert Bridges

"If Bacchus ever had a color he could claim for his own, it should surely be the shade of tannin on drunken lips, of John Keat's 'purple-stained mouth,' or perhaps even of Homer's dangerously wine-dark sea." - Victoria Finlay

"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." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Anything that can hurt the convictions of another, particularly religious convictions, must be avoided. Freedom of expression must be exercised in a spirit of responsibility. I condemn all manifest provocation that might dangerously fan passions." - Jacques Chirac

"Animism is worth considering (a) because it exists, (b) because it addresses contemporary issues and debates, and (c) because it clarifies, in various ways, the argument that the project of modernity is ill-conceived and dangerously performed." - Graham Harvey

"I've learned that guns are exceptionally challenging to use effectively, with a power that must be respected. But mostly what I've learned is that they're a lot of fun, and dangerously appealing to an active imagination." - Trieste Kelly Dunn

"One-third of our people were dangerously ill, getting worse hourly, and we felt sure of meeting the same fate, with death as our only prospect, which in such a country was much worse yet." - Alvar N C De Vaca

"Incendiary capitalism is carrying its out evil works more dangerously than ever, and is doing so in the increasingly dangerous neighborhood of the powder kegs that are the great European military powers." - Karl Liebknecht

"Bobby Kennedy's conduct toward Lyndon Johnson was childish and despicable. As the years went on, he displayed nasty, self-pitying, and messianic qualities that would have made him a dangerously authoritarian president." - Thomas Mallon

"Those who are failures from the start, downtrodden, crushed - it is they, the weakest, who must undermine life among men, who call into question and poison most dangerously our trust in life, in man, and in ourselves." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"I go out and look for a good story to tell and if I like it enough and I decide to direct it, I become dangerously involved in becoming a part of that story." - Steven Spielberg

"I think that the romantic impulse is in all of us and that sometimes we live it for a short time, but it's not part of a sensible way of living. It's a heroic path and it generally ends dangerously." - Jane Campion

"There's a reason why anger, fear, and hatred are paths to the dark side: they all spring from a single source - the same source as a certain flavor of love. A dangerously sweet, addictive flavor." - Matthew Stover

"In History, stagnant waters, whether they be the stagnant waters of custom or those of despotism, harbour no life; life is dependent on the ripples created by a few eccentric individuals. In homage to that life & vitality, the community has to brave certain perils and must countenance a measure of heresy. One must live dangerously if one wants to live at all." - Herbert Read

"We're certain there are people that can't stand what America stands for... We're certain there are madmen in this world, and there's terror, and there's missiles and I'm certain of this, too: I'm certain to maintain the peace, we better have a military of high morale, and I'm certain that under this administration, morale in the military is dangerously low." - George W Bush

"While Roberts wanted to give the impression he respected the right to privacy and the precedent of Roe vs. Wade, his answers look dangerously similar to the responses (Associate Justice) Clarence Thomas gave senators during his confirmation hearings 14 years ago." - Nancy Keenan

"Societies will, of course, wish to exercise prudence in deciding which technologies that is, which applications of science are to be pursued and which not. But without funding basic research, without supporting the acquisition of knowledge for its own sake, our options become dangerously limited." - Carl Sagan

"The present Luddism over genetic engineering may die a natural death as the computer-illiterate generation is superseded.... I fear that, if the green movement's high-amplitude warnings over GMOs turn out to be empty, people will be dangerously disinclined to listen to other and more serious warnings." - Richard Dawkins

"The important thing is not what we write but how we write, and in my opinion the modern writer must be an adventurer above all, willing to take every risk, and be prepared to founder in his effort if need be. In other words we must write dangerously" - James Joyce

"The ancients could communicate with the gods in two ways. First, it was (and is) possible to go into a trance and visit the gods in their celestial retreats, as the great shamans have always done. More easily, and less dangerously, they could let the gods speak through code, that is, divination, using dice, entrails, bird patterns, yarrow sticks, cards." - Rachel Pollack

"A fantastic, gleeful, chrome-plated-slick debut of a novel. In Jonathan Chase, Markham has created the perfect cliche-shattering super spy while honoring the progenitors. Dangerously sharp, and genuinely fun-and very, very, very smart. I want more books like this. I want more books from the mind of Mr. Markham!" - Greg Rucka

"There are many possible interpretations of what it means to create dangerously, and Albert Camus, like the poet Osip Mandelstam, suggests that it is creating as a revolt against silence, creating when both the creation and the reception, the writing and the reading, are dangerous undertakings, disobedience to a directive." - Edwidge Danticat

"Every day is a little life, and our whole life is but a day repeated. Therefore live every day as if it would be the last. Those that dare lose a day, are dangerously prodigal; those that dare misspend it are desperate." - Joseph Hall

"The advent of the mobile phone was a disaster. We are forced to listen, open-mouthed, to other people's intimate conversations. Increasingly, we are all in our virtual bubbles when we are out in public, whether we are texting, listening to iPods, reading or just staring dangerously at other people." - Lynne Truss

"The sun was hot on my skin, too bright as it bounced off the white concrete and blinded me. I felt dangerously exposed. More fiercely than I would have dreamed I was capable of, I wished for the green, protective forest of Forks . . . of home." - Stephenie Meyer

"Women have to be careful and teach their girls to be aware of their surroundings and never be alone with testosterone-crazed boys. A lot of little lives are being ruined and our society is to blame. Our kids are just searching and being curious but they are dangerously looking for the wrong kind of attention." - Pamela Anderson

"When a branch of mathematics ceases to interest any but the specialists, it is very near its death, or at any rate dangerously close to a paralysis, from which it can be rescued only by being plunged back into the vivifying source of the science." - Andre Weil

"Anyone who fears, as I do, that today's public schools are dangerously close to being irrelevant must read this book. The authors provide a road map-and a lifeline-showing how schools can prosper under the most difficult conditions. It is a welcome departure from all the school bashing." - John Merrow

"If you knew how to cook, maybe I would eat," Jace muttered. Isabelle froze, her spoon poised dangerously. "What did you say?" Jace edged toward the fridge. "I said I'm going to look for a snack to eat." That's what I thought you said." Isabelle turned her attention to the soup." - Cassandra Clare

"The man who is extremely and dangerously hungry has no other interest but food. Capacities not useful for the satisfying of hunger are pushed into the background. 'But what happens to man's desires when there is plenty of food and his belly in chronically filled? At once, other (and higher) needs emerge and these, rather than the psychological hungers, dominate the organism." - Betty Friedan

"As a younger woman, that pressure got me down, but I've made my peace with it. With airbrushing and digital manipulation, fashion can project an unobtainable image that's dangerously unhealthy. I'm excited about the ageing process. I'm more interested in women who aren't perfect. They're more compelling." - Emma Watson



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