An eerie feeling plagued the back of her mind, insisting that a supernatural force was within the room, or worse, within her! - J.C. Spencer
The art of leading, in operations large or small, is the art of dealing with humanity, of working diligently on behalf of men, of being sympathetic with them, but equally, of insisting that they make a square facing toward their own problems.
It is precisely by binding things together that traditional visions perpetuate themselves and the prejudgments contained within them; and it is by insisting on prising things apart that we have liberated ourselves from them - Ernest Gellner
If one takes responsibility for the mistakes, he is the true person, isn’t it? Do not insist. Instead of insisting, instead of blaming others, take the responsibility of the mistakes on your head! - Dada Bhagwan
This morning do something different: When you wake up in the morning, wake your forgotten and forsaken dreams up as well, wake them up like an insisting rooster! - Mehmet Murat ildan
I pity him who refuses to leave the minatory of his refutable Judgments and still insisting on producing his light to lit our worlds. - Annie Ali
Keeping Christ in Christmas" is like showing up at someone's house every year, insisting on a party they never planned and never agreed to. - Rebecca McKinsey
Insisting on perfect safety is for people who don't have the balls to live in the real world.
To be free of insistence [free of forcing one's own opinion] is the path of Vitragta [attachment-free state, the enlightened one]. Quit insisting at all places. To even insist on the truth, God has considered it as ignorance. There is no insistence in ‘Us’ whatsoever! - Dada Bhagwan
There is no truth in this world that is worth insisting upon! Anything that is insisted upon is not the truth at all! - Dada Bhagwan
Use the talents you’ve developed to create goodwill, to ease the burdens of those who are not as fortunate and to seek truth humbly, without insisting that you hold the only keys to it. - Laura Burroughs
Our economy is based on spending billions to persuade people that happiness is buying things, and then insisting that the only way to have a viable economy is to make things for people to buy so they’ll have jobs and get enough money to buy things. - Philip Slater