As I drift through the autumn of my life like a fallen leaf blown about by the winds of time, I sometimes ponder my destiny. - Peggy Toney Horton
To stand a storm and get blown away by her whisper. - Saleem Sharma
I do not want my house to be walled in on all sides and my windows to be stuffed. I want the cultures of all the lands to be blown about my house as freely as possible. But I refuse to be blown off my feet by any. - Mahatma Gandhi
People who don't think probably don't have brains; rather, they have gray fluff that's blown into their heads by mistake.
Everyone should have their mind blown once a day. - Neil deGrasse Tyson
You have to accept all sides of yourself – there’s no point fighting them – just learn how to handle them, and return to the positive, balanced being you know you can be, once the winds have blown through. - Jay Woodman
People who don't Think probably don't have Brains; rather, they have grey fluff that's blown into their heads by mistake.
I'd rather get my brains blown out in the wild than wait in terror at the slaughterhouse. - Craig Volk
If we could be seen thinking, we would show blown bright one moment, dark the next, like embers; subject to every passing word and thought of our own or other people's, mostly other people's. - Dorothy Whipple
I was afraid that your buns were blown all the way to the Bardot Museum in Paris, where they put them on display, and then…. Mina said, Were they displayed like this?" —Bats 2015 - Fred Barnett
The mint from your breath, the milk from your breast, the best of your mind, now in its worst state of condition. From the womb to the tomb, as a mild flower, you break your petals upon blossom, and seize death openly. Leaving your fragrance to spin and dance, one last time before being blown away. - Anthony Liccione
History is an angel being blown backwards into the future - Laurie Anderson
Neatness, madam, has nothing to do with the truth. The truth is quite messy, like a wind blown room. - William J. Harris
If the programmer can simulate a construct faster then the compiler can implement the construct itself, then the compiler writer has blown it badly.
The promises of God hold up long after the promises of the world have blown up. - Craig D. Lounsbrough
Sometimes our light goes out, but is blown again into instant flame by an encounter with another human being. - Albert Schweitzer
Is it as plainly in our living shown,By which way the wind hath blown? - Adelaide Crapsey
... Corellian curses being a synergistic blend of vulgarity, obscenity, and outright blasphemy that were the only things really worth saying when one was in the middle of being blown to monatomic dust. - Matthew Woodring Stover
I write pre-apocalyptic fiction. In other words, I’m not interested in a future where everything is blown to hell, I’d rather write something that helps to prevent it from happening. - James Rozoff
I really do think that if for one week in the United States we saw the true face of war, we saw people's limbs sheared off, we saw kids blown apart, for one week, war would be eradicated. Instead, what we see in the U.S. media is the video war game. - Amy Goodman
A man and woman in search of something are always blown apart, but it's the same wind that blows them. - Frank O'Connor
The mathematician lives long and lives young; the wings of his soul do not early drop off, nor do its pores become clogged with the earthy particles blown from the dusty highways of vulgar life.
Hate spreads in the direction it is blown, but love spreads in all directions. - Matshona Dhliwayo
I admit that reason is a small and feeble flame, a flickering torch by stumblers carried in the star-less night, -- blown and flared by passion's storm, -- and yet, it is the only light. Extinguish that, and nought remains. - Robert G. Ingersoll
Oh, come with old Khayyàm, and leave the Wise To talk; one thing is certain, that Life flies; One thing is certain, and the Rest is Lies; The Flower that once has blown forever dies. - Omar Khayyám
a wind has blown the rain away & the sky away & all the leaves away, & the trees stand. i think i, too, have known autumn too long. - E.E. Cummings