Matter - Quotes

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Some things are just your fault. Some things you screw up and you can`t take back, no matter how hard you try. Some things you pay for the rest of your life.

Grey`s Anatomy (movie)

They say we can repress our memories. I wonder if we`re just keeping them safe somewhere. Because no matter how painful they are, they are our most valuable possessions. Our lives are built on our mistakes as much as our successes. They made us who we are.

Grey`s Anatomy (movie)

Sometimes it`s not a matter of right and wrong. It`s about making a choice that will cause the least amount of pain to others - keeping things to yourself, sitting on information and feelings, and living with your secrets.

Orange Is the New Black (movie)

To really be efficient you have to eliminate what doesn`t work. You have to figure out what`s important. And hold on tight to the things that matter most.

Grey`s Anatomy (movie)

Living means that every morning when you wake up you have to choose between seizing what life offers in the moment and forging ahead, no matter the weather.

Grey`s Anatomy (movie)

Life`s a mixed bag, no matter who you are. Look at Jesus. He was the Son of God, for God`s sake, and look how that turned out.

About Time (movie)

No matter how talented you are, not everybody is going to like you. But that`s life, just stay strong.

Justin Drew Bieber

I`ve made billions of dollars of failures [...]. None of those things are fun, but also they don`t matter. What matters is companies that don`t continue to experiment or embrace failure eventually get in the position where the only thing they can do is make a Hail Mary bet at the end of their corporate existence. I don`t believe in bet-the-company bets.

Jeff Bezos

Names don`t matter. What`s important is how you live your life.

Final Fantasy

No matter how unlikely an event is, it doesn`t mean that a supernatural explanation would be more likely, especially when you consider the fact that in order for us to accept such an explanation, we have to agree that scientific models of nature that have consistently and accurately explained and predicted many natural events are completely wrong simply because we have witnessed an unlikely event.

Armin Navabi

If you genuinely loved God, wouldn`t you want to understand him as best you can? When faced with different ideas about God, wouldn`t you want to ask some questions, and look at the supporting evidence for the different views, and try to figure out which one is probably true? Doesn`t it seem insulting to God to treat that question as if it didn`t matter? There are profound differences between religions. They are not trivial. And the different religions cannot all be right. (Although, as atheists like to point out, they can all be wrong.)

Greta Christina

If things go the believer`s way, it`s a sign of God`s grace and intervention; if they don`t, then God moves in mysterious ways, and maybe he has a lesson to teach that we don`t understand, and it`s not up to us to question his will. No matter what happens, it can be twisted to prove that the belief is right. That is a sure sign of a bad argument.

Greta Christina

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I believe that if, at the end of it all, according to our abilities, we have done something to make others a little happier, and something to make ourselves a little happier, that is about the best we can do. To make others less happy is a crime. To make ourselves unhappy is where all crime starts. We must try to contribute joy to the world. That is true no matter what our problems, our health, our circumstances. We must try. I didn`t always know this, and am happy I lived long enough to find it out.

Roger Ebert

No matter who you are, being kind is the easiest thing you can do.

Dwayne Johnson

Matter, though divisible in an extreme degree, is nevertheless not infinitely divisible. That is, there must be some point beyond which we cannot go in the division of matter.

John Dalton

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