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    charm Quotes

    I want people to see my unique charm I have in contrast to the other artists.
    — Yunho
    tags: people  artist  charm 
    The mind, by its very nature, persistently tries to live forever, resisting age and attempting to give itself a form... . When a person passes his prime and his life begins to lose true vigor and charm, his mind starts functioning as if it were another form of life; it imitates what life does, eventually doing what life cannot do.
    — Yukio Mishima
    tags: nature  people  live  age  forever  true  mind  charm 
    I like slim style. It is good to catch up to the trend too, but not too much exposure. I like styles that would show their unique charms.
    — Yesung
    tags: charm 
    It is perhaps life's greatest accomplishment to live to old age, maintaining one's wits, one's sense of humor, one's health, and one's charm.
    — Yehudi Menuhin
    tags: health  humor  live  age  charm 
    This terrifying world is not devoid of charms, of the mornings that make waking up worthwhile.
    — Wislawa Szymborska
    tags: world  charm 
    You can't rob a bank on charm and personality.
    — Willie Sutton
    tags: personality  charm 
    I think that the best of my generation...have reversed the customary rules of the game and have grown more radical as they have gotten older - a disconcerting but healthy sign. To be sure, there are many youngish old fogies around and even the most illustrious of these, William Buckley, is blessed by a puzzling, recondite but undeniable charm, almost as if beneath that patrician exterior an egalitarian was signaling to get out.
    — William Styron
    God may be a matter of indifference to the evolutionists, and a life beyond may have no charm for them, but the mass of mankind will continue to worship their creator and continue to find comfort in the promise of their Savior that he has gone to prepare a place for them.
    — William Jennings Bryan
    tags: mankind  comfort  gone  god  worship  charm 
    Portrait photography never had any charms for me, so I sought my subjects from the house-tops, and finally from the hill-tops and about the surrounding country; the taste strengthening as my successes became greater in proportion to the failures.
    — William Henry Jackson
    All the charm of the angler's life would be lost but for these hours of thought and memory. All along the brook, all day on lake or river, while he takes his sport, he thinks. All the long evenings in camp, or cottage, or inn, he tells stories of his own life, hears stories of his friend's lives, and if alone calls up the magic of memory.
    — William Cowper Prime
    No tree in all the grove but has its charms, Though each its hue peculiar.
    — William Cowper
    tags: charm 
    O solitude, where are the charms That sages have seen in thy face? Better dwell in the midst of alarms, Than reign in this horrible place.
    — William Cowper
    tags: solitude  sage  charm 
    The statesman, lawyer, merchant, man of tradePants for the refuge of some rural shade,Where all his long anxieties forgotAmid the charms of a sequester'd spot,Or recollected only to gild o'erAnd add a smile to what was sweet before,He may possess the joys he thinks he sees,Lay his old age upon the lap of ease,Improve the remnant of his wasted span.And having lived a trifler, die a man.
    — William Cowper
    tags: men  joy  smile  anxiety  age  die  charm 
    Sends Nature forth the daughter of the skies... To dance on earth, and charm all human eyes.
    — William Cowper
    tags: nature  human  earth  eyes  sky  dance  daughter  charm 
    No, Freedom has a thousand charms to showThat slaves, howe'er contented, never know.
    — William Cowper
    tags: freedom  charm 
    Go, mark the matchless working of the powerThat shuts within the seed the future flower;Bids these in elegance of form excel.In color these, and those delight the smell;Sends nature forth, the daughter of the skies,To dance on earth, and charm all human eyes.
    — William Cowper
    Music alone with sudden charms can bind The wand'ring sense, and calm the troubled mind.
    — William Congreve
    tags: alone  music  mind  charm 
    Music has charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak. I've read that things inanimate have moved, and, as with living souls, have been inform'd, by magic numbers and persuasive sound.
    — William Congreve
    tags: living  magic  soul  music  read  savage  charm 
    Music has charms to sooth a savage breast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.
    — William Congreve
    tags: music  savage  charm 
    Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast...
    — William Congreve
    tags: savage  charm 
    The world is not likely to tire of an amusement which never repeats itself, of a game which today presents features as novel and charms as fresh as those with which it delighted, in the morning of history, the dwellers on the banks of the Ganges and Indus.
    — Willard Fiske
    Thirty or forty years ago, in one those grey towns along the Burlington railroad which are so much greyer to-day than they were then, there was a house well know from Omaha to Denver for its hospitality and for a certain charm of atmosphere.
    — Willa Cather
    tags: charm  year 
    Man is naturally more disposed to beneficent than selfish actions. This we learn even from the history of savages. The domestic virtues have something in them so inviting and genial, and the public virtues of the citizen something so grand and inspiring, that even he who is barely uncorrupted, is seldom able to resist their charm.
    — Wilhelm von Humboldt
    Possession, it is true, crowns exertion with rest; but it is only in the illusions of fancy that it has power to charm us.
    — Wilhelm von Humboldt
    tags: power  true  illusion  charm 
    The mere reality of life would be inconceivably poor without the charm of fancy, which brings in its bosom, no doubt, as many vain fears as idle hopes, but lends much oftener to the illusions it calls up a gay flattering hue than one which inspires terror.
    — Wilhelm von Humboldt
    tags: fear  reality  doubt  illusion  poor  gay  hope  inspire  charm 
    Hitler had charm, loved children, charmed women. But in political respects he would stop at nothing. In other respects he had soft and touching emotions. Just as he could be terribly brutal in following up political ideas, so he could be humanely sensitive for the feelings of individuals, for the individual human life.
    — Wilhelm Keitel
    Canadian weather resembles a slightly spoiled beautiful girl with a good heart, but a bad disposition. After being horrid for much too long a time, she suddenly turns right about and makes up for everything with so much charm that you vow again you always loved her!
    — Wilder Penfield
    tags: time  heart  beautiful  girls  right  bad  charm 
    I don't see myself as extremely handsome. I just figure I can charm you into liking me.
    — Wesley Snipes
    tags: charm 
    Mystery has great charms for womanhood.
    — Walter Scott
    tags: mystery  charm 
    My soul was a burden, bruised and bleeding. It was tired of the man who carried it, but I found no place to set it down to rest. Neither the charm of the countryside nor the sweet scents of a garden could soothe it. It found no peace in song or laughter, none in the company of friends at table or in the pleasures of love, none even in books or poetry.... Where could my heart find refuge from itself? Where could I go, yet leave myself behind?
    — Wally Lamb
    If democracy, in essence, means the abolition of class domination, then why should not a socialist minister charm the whole bourgeois world by orations on class collaboration?
    — Vladimir Lenin
    tags: world  democracy  charm 
    The charm about baseball is everyone has played it in some form. Everyone relates to it.
    — Vin Scully
    tags: baseball  charm 
    Difficulties, opposition, criticism-these things are meant to be overcome, and there is a special joy in facing them and in coming out on top. It is only when there is nothing but praise that life loses its charm and I begin to wonder what I should do about it.
    — Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
    tags: joy  wonder  praise  charm 
    The tusk is a very tactile shape, looks great among the other charms and is a cool piece that I like.
    — Victoria Beckham
    tags: charm 
    It will be readily admitted that brown tints have never coursed beneath our skin; it will be discovered that yellow shines forth in our flesh, that red blazes, and that green, blue and violet dance upon it with untold charms, voluptuous and caressing.
    — Umberto Boccioni
    tags: dance  charm 
    A military life had no charms for me, and I had not the faintest idea of staying in the army even if I should be graduated, which I did not expect.
    — Ulysses S. Grant
    tags: military  ideas  charm 
    The secret of charm is bullshit.
    — Tyrone Power
    tags: secret  charm 
    Men think wiles charming unless they find out your charms are wiles.
    — Tyne O'Connell
    tags: men  charm 
    It's unarguable to say that every one of us has been moved by the beauty of what I have called snapshots, but for photographers they are charms and proverbs, and like lightening or wild strawberries.
    — Tod Papageorge
    Nature is an old lady with few friends these days, and those who wish to make use of her charms, she rewards passionately.
    — Tim Krabbe
    tags: nature  friends  wishes  charm 
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