quote by Gene Tierney

I suppose life is a little like that, isn't it, a message in a bottle pitched out to sea, to be carried by the winds and the tides, washing up on the beaches we could never imagine.

— Gene Tierney

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If you like her, if she makes you happy, and if you feel like you know her---then don't let her go.


Message in a bottle quote Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.
Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Things changed, people changed, and the world went rolling along right outside the window.

Message in a bottle quote Give a man a bottle of wine, he drinks for a day. Teach a man to make wine, he'l
Give a man a bottle of wine, he drinks for a day. Teach a man to make wine, he'll always have lots of friends
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Nothing that is worthwhile is ever easy.

Nothing that’s worthwhile is ever easy. Remember that.

True love is rare, and it's the only thing that gives life real meaning.


Message in a bottle quote Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it's inpsiring
Your life is your message to the world. Make sure it's inpsiring
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If some lives form a perfect circle, other take shape in ways we cannot predict or always understand. Loss has been part of my journey. But it has also shown me what is precious. So has love for which I can only be grateful.

Choose between yesterday and tomorrow.

The ocean has been singing to me, and the song is that of our life together.

Message in a bottle quote Wine is bottled poetry
Wine is bottled poetry
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Love is Love no matter old you are, and I knew if I gave you enough time, you'd come back to me.

At night, when I am alone, I call for you, and whenever my ache seems to be the greatest, you still seem to find a way to return to me.


Theresa, I know there's a part of you that believes you can change someone, but the reality is that you can't. You can change yourself, and Garrett can change himself, but you can't do it for him.

Message in a bottle quote It's about posting it forward. All digital leaders have mastered the art of post
It's about posting it forward. All digital leaders have mastered the art of posting-it-forward. Digital hugs" are crucial in a world with decreased face time. You may feel pretty confident in your face-to-face skills, but have you mastered digital messaging? The power of posting-it-forward is monumental. In fact, you will attract more followers digitally in two days than you will in two months if you show interest in your audience versus trying to get them interested in you.

Do you want Columbus to go across the ocean, or do you want to put a message in a bottle and hope that it lands somewhere? I'd rather have actual people be there. Whether they look like Americans or like the inhabitants of some other country, depends on who has the most drive.

Someday you'll find someone special again.

People who've been in love once usually do. It's in their nature.

Of the sparkling wines, the most famous is Perth Pink.

This is a bottle with a message in, and the message is "beware". This is not a wine for drinking; this is a wine for laying down and avoiding.

It is at moments like these that I know my what my purpose is in life.

I am here to love you, to hold you in my arms, to protect you. I am here to learn from you and to receive your love in return.I am here because there is no other place to be.


I am here to love you, to hold you in my arms, to protect you.

There are winds of destiny that blow when we least expect them.

Sometimes they gust with the fury of a hurricane, sometimes they barely fan one’s cheek. But the winds cannot be denied, bringing as they often do a future that is impossible to ignore.

A message in a bottle is one of the most intriguing things that you can find, the circumstance and method of delivery forever hidden but just the message sitting there, enigmatic, to decode.

Lately I been drinking like there's a message in a bottle

I have come to realize that destiny can hurt a person as much as it can bless him.


As a girl, she had come to believe in the ideal man -- the prince or knight of her childhood stories. In the real world, however, men like that simply didn't exist.

Life passes by now like the scenery outside a car window.

I breathe and eat and sleep as I always did, but there seems to be no great purpose in my life that requires active participation on my part...I do not know where I am going or when I will get there.

It's impossible to protect your kids against disappointment in life.

That initial anger she had felt turned to sadness, and now it had become something else, almost a dullness of sorts. Even though she was constantly in motion, it seemed as if nothing special ever happened to her anymore. Each day seemed exactly like the last, and she had trouble differentiating among them.

I watch with breaking heart as you slowly fade away


I have come to realize that destiny can hurt a person as much as it can bless them, and I find myself wondering why--out of all the people in all the world I could ever have loved--I had to fall in love with someone who was taken away from me.

And suddenly she knew exactly why Catherine had fallen in love with him.

It wasn't that he was unusually attractive, or ambitious, or even charming. He was partly those things, but more important, he seemed to live life on his own terms.

I suppose I like to give people something to talk and think about.

I can just be the person that kind of put a message in the bottle to see where it ends up.

I like trying jokes and seeing the response, and if I end up doing it in my act, it won't be 140 characters. Twitter is helpful that way to me. It's like a message in a bottle. But a lot of times I think I tweet the stuff I would like to say to teenage me.

The idea of a poem as a message in a bottle means that it's sent out towards some future reader and the reader who opens that bottle becomes the addressee of the literary text.


A blog is a message in a bottle, both in purpose and likely readership.

Songs for me are like a message in a bottle.

You send them out to the world, and maybe the person who you feel that way about will hear about it someday.

My focus is on the reader and that the poet's job is not to inspire himself or herself. The poet's job is to inspire some future reader. And so, as a reader you have a task to do in finding those bottles and opening up the messages and experiencing what's in them inside of yourself.

The great post-Holocaust poet, Paul Celan, said that a poem is a message in a bottle sent out in the not always greatly hopeful belief that somewhere and some time it would wash up on land on heartland perhaps.