Painless quotes:

  • Painless preaching is as good a term as any for what we do. -- Curtis Mayfield
  • (...) The new nine muses, Commerce, Operatic Music, Amor, Publicity, Manufacture, Liberty of Specch, Plural Voting, Gastronomy, Private Hygiene, Seaside Concert Entertainments, Painless Obstetrics and Astronomy for the People. -- James Joyce
  • The disease is painless; it's the cure that hurts. -- Katharine Whitehorn
  • When you see violence in movies in general, it's very quick and painless, which isn't what it's like. -- Vincent Cassel
  • Play more than one game at a time. This is a painless way to learn how to do many things at once. -- Marilyn vos Savant
  • Most breast cancer-related deaths can be prevented through simple and painless preventive measures. A late diagnosis can result in more serious, long-term consequences. -- Olympia Snowe
  • When you have a big, ugly problem, there's never going to be a neat, elegant solution that is totally painless or without a cost. -- Henry Paulson
  • It takes a lot of energy to be negative. You have to work at it. But smiling is painless. I'd rather spend my energy smiling. -- Eric Davis
  • I am convinced that people with such wounds will be quite ready to co-operate in a safe and painless experiment in the interests of humanity as a whole. -- Robert Barany
  • I've found that festivals are a relatively painless way to meet people and make a few points that need making, without having to hit them over the head with too many speeches. -- Pete Seeger
  • We are the rebels asking for the storm, and believing that truth is only to be found in an endless search. If the 'World Spirit' touches you, do not expect that it will be painless. -- Nadezhda Tolokonnikova
  • I grew up in a family that was very barbed and difficult, and there was a lot of humor. None of it was painless humor. All of it was at someone else's expense. It was kind of always about power. -- John Wells
  • Give us detailed, testable, mechanistic accounts for the origin of life, the origin of the genetic code, the origin of ubiquitous bio macromolecules and assemblages like the ribosome, and the origin of molecular machines like the bacterial flagellum, and intelligent design will die a quick and painless death. -- William A. Dembski
  • No matter what your political persuasion, you can find a guide that makes it quick, easy and painless to exercise your right to vote. Wanna know what a certain proposition put forth by a cadre of undisclosed billionaires which cuts funding for public education, arts and infrastructure means? Use the voting guide! -- Steven Weber
  • There are as many attitudes to cooking as there are people cooking, of course, but I do think that cooking guys tend - I am a guilty party here - to take, or get, undue credit for domestic virtue, when in truth cooking is the most painless and, in its ways, ostentatious of the domestic chores. -- Adam Gopnik
  • Integrity is never painless. -- M. Scott Peck
  • Even painless research is fascism, supremacism. -- Ingrid Newkirk
  • Love is never convenient-and rarely painless -- Richard Paul Evans
  • Disintegration is quite painless, I assure you. -- H. P. Lovecraft
  • Painful life is brutal and painless life is superficial. -- Kedar Joshi
  • Shouldn't letting go be painless if you've never learned how to hold on? -- John Green
  • If simple, painless solutions to public problems existed, they would have been found long ago. -- Alice Rivlin
  • Even painless research is fascism, supremacism, because the act of confinement is traumatizing in itself. -- Ingrid Newkirk
  • Self-discipline is a rigorous process at best; too many of us want it to be effortless and painless. -- Thomas S. Monson
  • Liposuction isn't an option, because I don't have any fat under my skin. The solution? ReFirme, which is painless -- Carnie Wilson
  • Even if abortion were made easy or painless for everyone, it wouldn't change the bottom-line problem that abortion kills children. -- Randy Alcorn
  • Ignorance ... is a painless evil; so, I should think, is dirt, considering the merry faces that go along with it. -- George Eliot
  • Oh, for boyhood's painless play, sleep that wakes in laughing day, health that mocks the doctor's rules, knowledge never learned of schools. -- John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Requiring that an execution be relatively painless...actually undermines the very premise on which public approval of the retribution rationale is based. -- John Paul Stevens
  • To forget pain is to be painless; to forget care is to be rid of it; to go abroad is to accomplish both. -- Mark Twain
  • It's better to have the faith to embrace reality with all its pain than to cling to the false comfort of a painless fantasy. -- John Ortberg
  • And the elephant sings deep in the forest-maze About a star of deathless and painless peace But no astronomer can find where it is. -- Ted Hughes
  • Being dead wasn't supposed to hurt. Where was the fairness in that? If I was dead, the least the universe could do was make it painless -- Kiersten White
  • Yes! live life with every fibre of one's being, surrender oneself to it, with no thoughts of rebellion, without deluding oneself that one can improve it and render it painless. -- Emile Zola
  • He leaned down until his lips brushed her ear. "I told you to stop flinching." And then he bit her. A slow, painless nip but there were definitely teeth involved. -- Nalini Singh
  • The handover of power to [Dmitry] Medvedev was rather painless, everybody thought that the waves would calm automatically. By now, it's quite clear that [Vladimir] Putin doesn't want to relinquish the levers of power. -- Garry Kasparov