Trump says he wants to run for president. Why not? It wouldn't be the first time he pushed a black family out of their home.— Snoop Dogg
Uplifting Running Out Of Time quotations
You learn something out of everything, and you come to realize more than ever that we're all here for a certain space of time, and, and then it's going to be over, and you better make this count.
People don't run out of dreams - people just run out of time.
What does patience mean? It means to look at the thorn and see the rose, to look at the night and see the dawn. Impatience means to be short sighted as to not be able to see the outcome. The lovers of God never run out of patience, for they know that time is needed for the crescent moon to become full.
A lot of time we build on lust that becomes very strong.
Yet, when that lust wears off we think that love is running out, but really it's the lust that had an expiration date. We have to know what real love is and if we're really in-love.
We are running out of time
We're running out of time.
Every storm runs out of rain, just like every dark night turns into day.
we are running out of time for dealing with this
An actor really suffers when the director isn't prepared because you start running out of time for the shoot and then have to do it fast.
The priority must be the unification of the world titles to straighten things out. But we should not wait that long anymore to change the situation, because we are running out of time.
The lovers of God never run out of patience, for they know that time is needed for the crescent moon to become full.
The game against the Vikings back in my second year stands out.
It was kind of a turnaround for us. It allowed us to make a run at the playoffs for the first time in quite a while. The memories are so many it's hard to pin one down.
Unprecedented warnings by officials most closely linked with nuclear arms negotiations and defense strategy indicate that we are running out of time. If we fail to act soon, the scars of a major nuclear disaster will mark our immediate and distant future.
There is something about the ritual of the race - putting on the number, lining up, being timed - that brings out the best in us.
We are now running out of time.
We are running out of time, we must have a planetary solution to a planetary crisis.
We've poisoned the air, the water, and the land.
In our passion to control nature, things have gone out of control. Progress from now on has to mean something different. We're running out of resources and we are running out of time.
The clock is ticking. It's time to stand up. Reject the lesser evil and that propaganda. Reject the lesser evil. Fight for the greater good like our lives depend on it, because they do. We're running out of time. It's time to stand up.
It's okay to grow up, it's just slowing down that's the scary part.
Running out of time. It's okay to grow up, but it doesn't mean you have to become like your parents.
You have to wonder at times what you're doing out there.
Over the years, I've given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started. It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement.
One of the most jolting days of adulthood comes the first time you run out of toilet paper. Toilet paper, up until this point, always just existed. And now it's a finite resource, constantly in danger of extinction, that must be carefully tracked and monitored, like pandas?
If I had been censured every time I have run my ship, or fleets under my command, into great danger, I should have long ago been out of the Service and never in the House of Peers.
It’s interesting how God arranges your schedule.
When you’re helping someone else, you never run out of time, when you’re just interested in helping yourself, time is real short.
I travel with a bunch of battery packs because I don't always have time to charge my phone at the hotel room when I'm traveling. I always change them, so I never run out of battery.
It has been a long time since I believed in Reality.
I prefer the loveliness and the terror of my subjective experiences to those coldly scientific explanations which in the long run turn out to be no more real, and far less fun, than my own fantasies and musings.
Running cleared the day's cobwebs from my mind and focused my thinking, and gave me time and space to sort out anything that was bothering me, or to detach and think of nothing at all. When it's pouring rain and you're bowling along through the wet, there's satisfaction in knowing you're out there and the others aren't.
To develop our real selves, we need time alone for thought and meditation.
To be always giving out and never pumping in, the well runs dry.
As we reach midlife in the middle thirties or early forties, we are not prepared for the idea that time can run out on us, or for the startling truth that if we don't hurry to pursue our own definition of a meaningful existence, life can become a repetition of trivial maintenance duties.
The only time you run out of chances is when you stop taking them
I have no physical genius about me. I cant dribble a ball and run at the same time, I cant do lay-ups - Im not an athlete. But my experience as a kid was, I was made fun of so much that what I did then, is, I wouldnt participate. And I think I cheated myself out of a lot of fun.
I try to work out with my personal trainer for an hour, four times a week - we mainly concentrate on weights and running. If I'm on the road I sometimes do DVD work-outs in my hotel room - P90X and Insanity are a couple of my favourites.
If you got the money honey I got the time and when you run out of money honey I run out of time.
I don't want to sit on the sidelines and not value the gift of being here.
Instead of the idea of time ticking away, the grains of sand running out, I try to think of time as giving me another grain of sand, another gift. So time passing is an accumulation, rather than a diminishing.
Man alone measures time. Man alone chimes the hour. And, because of this, man alone suffers a paralysing fear that no other creature endures. A fear of time running out.