Never put a lid on God. You can give God a thimble and ask for a quart. It won't work. Your plans, your projects, your dreams have to always be bigger than you, so God has room to operate. I want you to get good ideas, crazy ideas, extravagant ideas. Nothing is too much for The Lord to do - accent on 'The Lord'.— Mother Angelica
Beautiful Operating Room quotations
Every time you subtract negative from your life, you make room for more positive.
There are a hell of a lot of jobs that are scarier than live comedy.
Like standing in the operating room when a guy's heart stops, and you're the one who has to fix it!
You can not operate in this room unless you believe that you are Superman, and whatever happens, you're capable of solving the problem.
The loudest one in the room is the weakest one in the room.
We need to make sure we have the best people we can in our operations, and that is a constant challenge. There is always room to improve.
You can’t bake a cake without getting the kitchen messy.
Halfway through surgery it looks like there’s been a murder in the operating room. If you send a rocket to the moon, about ninety percent of the time it’s off course—it ‘fails’ its way to the moon by continually making mistakes and correcting them.
Once again, we shall have to operate not only outside the box, but outside the room containing the box.
Dont fill you head with worries, there wont be room for anything else
As we're staggering out of the hospital, I don't remember doing this because I was still high, but apparently I turned to the entire operating room staff and screamed "Hey! I'd better not see this on YouTube!"
One of my surgical giant friends had in his operating room a sign "If the operation is difficult, you aren't doing it right." What he meant was, you have to plan every operation You cannot ever be casual You have to realize that any operation is a potential fatality.
Civilization today reminds me of an ape with a blowtorch playing in a room full of dynamite. It looks like the monkeys are about to operate the zoo, and the inmates are taking over the asylum.
If you're gonna make a change, you're gonna have to operate from a new belief that says life happens not to me but for me.
I was asked by an NPR reporter once, why don't I talk about race that often.
I said it's because I'm a neurosurgeon. And she thought that was a strange response. And you say - I said, you see, when I take someone to the operating room, I'm actually operating on the thing that makes them who they are. The skin doesn't make them who they are.
Enchantment can be done with writing but I think enchantment is basically a prospective or an operating system for life. That you can enchant a person who is assigning your airplane seat, your hotel room, your waiter, your waitress.
It's one thing, holding open the door for someone at a grocery store, or the library, or just about anyplace else. But the doughnut shop is a different thing altogether. This is a get-in-and-out-as-fast-as-you-can operation. There's no room for courtesy or chivalry here.
There is no room in your future for your past to tag along.
There is an inherent tendency in all governmental power to recognize no restraints on its operation and to extend the sphere of its dominion as much as possible. To control everything, to leave no room for anything to happen of its own accord without the interference of the authorities--th is is the goal for which every ruler secretly strives.
I'm right there with you, darlin'. Unless you step on a landmine, in which case I'm way back in the Operations Room.
God would grant all of us wisdom, calm, and peace, that his presence would be in the operating room, and that his will might be done.
Sometimes a whisper in a noisy room is the most effective strategy.
Never say oops in the operating room.
Now when I came to go up to operations, I went down to this patient's room and got down on my knees at the foot of the bed and earnestly asked the Lord to help us and to help me.
We're all in the same room, so I want people to be involved with one another, but again you can't decide exactly to what extent that operates. It varies all the time and it depends on the show, it depends on the audience, it depends on everything.
Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on Earth.
Obviously, you can't operate a system at 100 percent capacity.
You need room for growth. And because there are peak times, you need surge capacity. But it is easier to reduce and manage excess capacity in larger units than smaller, especially when you have a diversity of users who have different peak periods and different growth rates. That's why the utility model is intriguing.
I was especially impressed with Pauley Pavilion [at UCLA campus ].
The floors hadn't been laid down yet, when they gave me the tour, each new room got my heart thumping. They even had a surgical operating room in case an athlete was severely injured.
If you go into a room of 100-plus people, and you want to be the prince of darkness, you can be it. But I don't operate in the dark, I operate in the light.
Your brand is what other people say about you after you leave the room.
If you look at some of the clips of me in the operating room, I sit in the chair, I control the microscope with my mouth, I connect, my hands are always working in the brain, my feet are controlling everything.
You can't get a solution if you won't talk to the people that have the problem.
You can't ever have healing if the patient is left out of the operation room.
We are driven by self-interest, it’s necessary to survive.
But we need wise self-interest that is generous and co-operative, taking others’ interests into account. Co-operation comes from friendship, friendship comes from trust, and trust comes from kind-heartedness. Once you have a genuine sense of concern for others, there’s no room for cheating, bullying or exploitation.
A room without books is like a body without a soul.
The functional language is a radically anti-historical language: operational rationality has little room and little use for historical reason.
Trouble can often be traced to a single strong individual — the stirrer, the arrogant underling, the poisoner of goodwill. If you allow such people room to operate, others will succumb to their influence. Do not wait for the troubles they cause to multiply, do not try to negotiate with them — they are irredeemable. Neutralize their influence by isolating or banishing them. Strike at the source of the trouble and the sheep will scatter.
A map of the moon... should be in every geological lecture room; for no where can we have a more complete or more magnificent illustration of volcanic operations. Our sublimest volcanoes would rank among the smaller lunar eminences; and our Etnas are but spitting furnaces.
Confidence isn't walking into a room thinking you're better than everyone, it's walking in not having to compare yourself to anyone at all.
I've always thought that my exposure to competitive sports helped me a great deal in the operating room. It teaches you endurance, and it teaches you how to cope with defeat, and with complications of all sort. I think I'm a well-coordinated person, more than average, and I think that came through my interest in sports, and athletics... Playing basketball you have to make decisions promptly, and that's true in the operating room as well.
Miracles happen quietly every day - in an operating room, on a stormy sea, in the sudden appearance of a road side stranger. They are rarely tallied. No one keeps score.
Room to swing a cat, it seemed was absolutely essential.
It was an infrequent but indispensable operation.