Zones quotes:

  • Your Erroneous Zones' was the book that went over the top simply because I believed in it so much. -- Wayne Dyer
  • 'Your Erroneous Zones' was the book that went over the top simply because I believed in it so much. -- Wayne Dyer
  • What's the good of Mercator's North Poles and Equators, Tropics, Zones, and Meridian Lines? So the Bellman would cry: and the crew would reply They are merely conventional signs! -- Lewis Carroll
  • I'm a big fan of Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco's book Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt, where they visit what they call The Sacrifice Zones of America and report on the current state of our environmental calamity. -- Alexander Weinstein
  • But please remember, that in 1991 in the Seym [lower chamber of polish parliament] I didn't demand the abolishment of Special Economic Zones. I demanded the creation of a single Special Economic Zone - which would encompass the whole country! -- Janusz Korwin-Mikke
  • Cynical? Thats my fascination. I do hateful things, for which people love me, And lovable things for which they hate me. I am a friend of enemies, the enemy of friends; I am admired for my detestability. I am both Poles and the Equator, with no Temperate Zones between. -- Jerome Lawrence
  • Police do not belong in war zones. -- Daniel Keys Moran
  • Erogenous zones are either everywhere or nowhere. -- Joseph Heller
  • Grey zones do not interest me at all. -- Niki Lauda
  • Comfort zones are overrated. They make you lazy. -- Melina Marchetta
  • An itinerant masseur, massaging the politically erogenous zones. -- David Lange
  • There are mysteries, secret zones in each individual. -- Krzysztof Kieslowski
  • Comfort zones are most often expanded through discomfort. -- Peter McWilliams
  • You get to play with people's little danger zones. -- George Carlin
  • I've gone to war zones before and never got shot. -- Manute Bol
  • Anyone know any long-term couples living three time zones apart? -- Amy Argetsinger
  • During negotiations nothing is gained by attacking people's comfort zones. -- Alan Sugar
  • The vice-president's tongue is several time zones ahead of his brain. -- Christopher Buckley
  • Our comfort zones can be our greatest enemy to our potential. -- David Cottrell
  • Are we prepared to leave our comfort zones to reach a better place? -- Carlos A. Godoy
  • I feel that people need to be jolted out of their comfort zones. -- Saul Williams
  • As species are exterminated by shifting climate zones, ecosystems can collapse, destroying more species. -- James Hansen
  • Poetry can open locked chambers of possibiity, restore numbed zones to feeling, recharge desire. -- Adrienne Rich
  • Engaging in activities devoid of difficulty, lounging in risk-free zones, is life without great meaning. -- Jon M. Huntsman Sr.
  • Focus on your problem zones, your strength, your energy, your flexibility and all the rest. -- Jack LaLanne
  • The first cities to create friction-free enterprise zones will get a lot of entrepreneurial traction. -- Mark Cuban
  • There are always some areas world history does not reach, zones of silence and undisturbed ignorance. -- Fernand Braudel
  • I like extreme situations: people pushed out of their comfort zones; the civil veneer stripped off. -- Sarah Hall
  • Bad habits are like comfort zones; easier to get into, but harder to get out of. -- Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
  • Comfort zones are plush lined coffins. When you stay in your plush lined coffins, you die. -- Stan Dale
  • Normally, I rely heavily on my director to massage me out of my actor comfort zones. -- Vera Farmiga
  • We'll build safe zones which is something that I think all of us want to see. -- Donald Trump
  • Marine protected areas, and particularly no-take zones, are very effective in allowing regeneration of fish stocks. -- Helen Clark
  • When you live and work in different time zones, you spend a lot of time on airplanes. -- Carolina Herrera
  • Since the early '80s, I've found myself in war zones in various parts of the world. -- Bruce Cockburn
  • I spent more time on dark ships in danger zones than any other woman in the world. -- Elizabeth Kenny
  • Domestic terrorism has opened new war zones, operating off the assumption that all Americans are potential terrorists. -- Henry Giroux
  • Do you know great minds enjoy excellence, average minds love mediocrity and small minds adore comfort zones? -- Onyi Anyado
  • Those Walmarts weren't buildings, they were bunkers. Those weren't parking lots out front, they were kill zones. -- Gard Skinner
  • For, in life, it is in the darkest zones one finds the brightest beauty and the most luminous wisdom. -- Adam Gidwitz
  • Real leaders ask hard questions and knock people out of their comfort zones and then manage the resulting distress. -- Alan Hirsch
  • If gun free zones save lives, why doesn't Obama just declare Iraq, Syria & Afghanistan one big gun free zone? -- Wayne LaPierre
  • It's always disappointing to come across phony do-gooders. And it's easy to scoff at celebrities working in war zones. -- Janine di Giovanni
  • One of the strangest things about writing well is that it requires two different zones in the brain--rigor and recklessness--simultaneously. -- Carole Maso
  • It is a function of poetry to locate those zones inside us that would be free, and declare them so. -- C.D. Wright
  • Whenever there is discussion, I make it clear that I do not want any grey zones, just black and white. -- Niki Lauda
  • FEMA says that it does not factor in previous losses into its decisions on applications to redraw the flood zones. -- Bill Dedman
  • It's about time that people forget that image of strip clubs as seedy places...Rather, today's clubs are capital-intensive female-empowerment zones... -- Demi Moore
  • It's tricky when I'm constantly traveling and adjusting to new time zones and trying to also keep up with my workouts. -- Joe Manganiello
  • War zones are dangerous, protests can be violent, also, natural disasters are difficult to cover, so there are going to be risks. -- Kate Adie
  • I do not believe that the children of presidents or vice-presidents should be assigned to combat zones. They have no place there. -- John Eisenhower
  • Cities have a psychogeographical relief, with constant currents, fixed points and vortexes which strongly discourage entry into or exit from certain zones -- Ivan Chtcheglov
  • Scientists must venture outside their comfort zones to show the public how cool - and how important - their work really is. -- Francis Collins
  • Comfort zones are deadly zones because you lose your true potential of what you can be, you start going with the status quo. -- Greg Plitt
  • I'd been to a number of war zones before in my life, but I had never been in one as terrifying as Chechnya. -- Scott Anderson
  • The roles that push you out of your comfort zones are the ones in which you learn a great deal and really empower yourself. -- Ruzwana Bashir
  • My ever-present mania meant I was never phased by staying up twenty hours a day or by the different time zones. I was Superman. -- Andy Behrman
  • I cherish each director that I have. I want to be maneuvered out of my comfort zones. I don't have the time to prepare. -- Vera Farmiga
  • If you have wit, use it to please and not to hurt: you may shine like the sun in the temperate zones without scorching. -- Lord Chesterfield
  • There are nuclear-weapons-free zones in several parts of the world already, except that they're not implemented fully, because the U.S. won't allow it. -- Noam Chomsky
  • Before journalism, I had worked doing medical aid work in conflict zones. Then, as a journalist, I had written about hospitals in war zones. -- Sheri Fink
  • These gun-free areas are actually - they're free-shooting zones for people because they know that there won't be anybody there that can stop them. -- Paul Broun
  • What exile from himself can flee? To zones, though more and more remote, Still, still pursues, where'er I be, The blight of life--the demon Thought. -- Lord Byron
  • Most of us die with our music underplayed...We should try to step out of our comfort zones and do the things we're capable of. -- Mary Kay Ash
  • I never desired to go into war zones. I never had any thought about it. It sort of just happened as part of the job. -- Kate Adie
  • Little information is published on prisons, it is one of the hidden regions of our social system, one of the dark zones of our life. -- Michel Foucault
  • I believe that the black-and-white photograph, or rather the gray zones in the black-and-white photograph, stand for this territory that is located between life and death. -- W. G. Sebald
  • I think the wildest wildlife you can find these days is in Chernobyl, where wolves are running around breeding quite well in the nuclear disaster zones. -- Aleksandra Mir
  • While we often huddle in groups of like-minded people, those with faith blaze a trail that threatens all of our comfort zones. Faith offends the stationary. -- Leonard Ravenhill
  • Just as you can practice three - word sentences or sentences that travel across time zones, so can you practice writing sentences that breathe unshakable conviction. -- Stanley Fish
  • It's the poorer people in tropical zones who will get really hit by climate change - as well as some ecosystems, which nobody wants to see disappear. -- Bill Gates
  • I was 8,569 miles away, 37 butt-numbing hours of travel across seven time zones in the last two days, or was it three? Amelia Earhart, eat your heart out. -- Kristine K. Stevens
  • New flood maps in many states have raised the estimation of flood risks along rivers, streams and oceans, adding many properties to flood zones for the first time. -- Bill Dedman
  • I am suggesting that there is, and always has been, a rather high correlation between ethnicity and occupation/economic role throughout the various time-space zones of historical capitalism. -- Immanuel Wallerstein
  • So when you feel this time approaching, and your comfort zones in view. Stop and think about what you're feeling, and see if what you're feeling is true. -- Julie Hebert
  • Traveling is one of few zones of experience where you are not directly plugged into the world around you. You're not part of the society you're passing through. -- Damon Galgut
  • I am very interested in what has been called bad taste. I believe the fear of displaying a soi-disant bad taste stops us from venturing into special cultural zones. -- Manuel Puig
  • To engage with art, we have to be willing to be wrong, venture outside our psychic comfort zones, suspend disbelief, and remember that art explores and alters consciousness simultaneously. -- Jerry Saltz
  • I'm so used to changing time zones that I can sleep at any time. I'm rarely ever tossing and turning - if I am, it's really a big deal. -- Paloma Faith
  • You see, to find the brightest wisdom one must pass through the darkest zones. And through the darkest zones there can be no guide. No guide, that is, but courage -- Adam Gidwitz
  • All I know, is that I feel extremely blessed to be on TV. Its a hard job, but real life is harder. Truth be told, playgrounds can be war zones. -- Atticus Shaffer
  • All I know, is that I feel extremely blessed to be on TV. It's a hard job, but real life is harder. Truth be told, playgrounds can be war zones. -- Atticus Shaffer
  • I'd heard theories. Destruction of forests had altered pressure zones. Global warming made for stronger storms. Chemtrails indicated government manipulation of the weather. God punished the family and neighbors of idolaters. -- Carl John X. Veraja
  • Well, I know how the system works. I know that there's something called the MELD system, which is nationwide. There are zones as far as evaluation of need for liver transplants. -- Pat Summerall
  • My approach to creating content is focused on pulling people out of their intellectual comfort zones. I'm interested in presenting ideas in unique ways that challenge people to question their assumptions. -- Jason Silva
  • Finally, in 1954 [Ho Chi Minh] agreed to the Geneva Agreement, which divided the country temporarily into two zones, in the hope that national elections might unify the country under his leadership. -- William J. Duiker
  • We all need to get out of our safety zones too. In addition to voting, we need to embarrass people who don't do the right thing. It's going to take citizen action. -- Marian Wright Edelman
  • Change requires leaving our comfort zones and plunging headfirst into uncomfortable situations. It's true this causes some pain and discomfort for a moment, but it's the quickest path to generating long-term fulfillment. -- Yehuda Berg
  • The point is not to stay marginal, but to participate in whatever network of marginal zones is spawned from other disciplinary centers and which, together, constitute a multiple displacement of those authorities. -- Judith Butler
  • Law Number XLIV: Aircraft flight in the 21st century will always be in a westerly direction, preferably supersonic, crossing time zones to provide the additional hours needed to fix the broken electronics. -- Norman Ralph Augustine
  • I work really, really hard and it's challenging going through all of those time zones and having to be awake when you're supposed to be asleep. I literally fly more than a pilot. -- Miranda Kerr
  • Especially in quail hunting, where the hunter is so focused on the bird that it makes everything else blurry. The bottom line in terms of bird hunting is what we call shooting zones. -- Steven Hall
  • What I wanted was some dreamlike Frank Lloyd Wright bungalow where we could sit on the veranda forever and it would always be twilight in the temperate zones, in the most beautiful house. -- William Kittredge
  • It's hard 'coz you have got different time zones; you can't sleep and y'know, it's boring way for the show to happen, but you do off the stage. Y'know, onstage it's all better. -- Kerry King
  • As we follow [the Savior], He blesses us with gifts, talents, and the strength to do His will, allowing us to go beyond our comfort zones and do things we've never before thought possible. -- Robert D. Hales
  • NASA's Office of Commercial Exploration has been concerned about protecting the landing zones where humans first walked on the Moon, and one of my colleagues, ecologist Margaret Race, has been part of their deliberations. -- Seth Shostak
  • Apart from boosting our long-term economic strength like other Asian economic powers, Philippine companies expanding overseas and going beyond our comfort zones, or going to some uncharted territories, will help sharpen our management skills. -- Andrew Tan
  • I don't like comfort zones. Having never had any drama training, I don't really have a technique, so I'm continually learning new things. I like being frightened, and always having to start from scratch. -- Lea Seydoux
  • I travel internationally a lot and I have a hard time sleeping and staying awake normally after crossing multiple time zones, especially going east. I've tried light therapy but not found it too helpful. -- William Gurstelle
  • With no adequate role to play as consumers, many youth are now considered disposable, forced to inhabit "zones of social abandonment" extending from homeless shelters and bad schools to bulging detention centers and prisons. -- Henry Giroux
  • We are now forced to actively pursue our struggles. If we do not go out of our way to stretch our comfort zones and grow, no one nor nature will do it for us. -- Chris Matakas
  • America's liberal arts universities have long been safe zones for leftist thinking, protected ivory towers for the pseudo-elite who earn their livings writing papers nobody reads about gender roles in the poetry of Maya Angelou. -- Ben Shapiro
  • We experience problem-solving sessions as war zones, we view competing ideas as enemies, and we use problems as weapons to blame and defeat opposition forces. No wonder we can't come up with real lasting solutions! -- Margaret J. Wheatley
  • A lot of artists talk about getting out of their comfort zones and being the most proud of their newest album. But it is true for me. I rethought a lot of what I do. -- Michael Buble
  • Nuclear power plants built in the areas usually thought of as earthquake zones, such as the California coastline, have a surprisingly low risk of damage from those earthquakes. Why? They built anticipating a major quake. -- Bill Dedman
  • There's things people say in the barbershop they won't even say in their own living room, because it's just one of those zones where nobody's going to judge you too much about your dumb opinion. -- Ice Cube
  • Sometimes we have to step out of our comfort zones. We have to break the rules. And we have to discover the sensuality of fear. We need to face it, challenge it, dance with it. -- Kyra Davis
  • There are black zones of shadow close to our daily paths, and now and then some evil soul breaks a passage through. When that happens, the man who knows must strike before reckoning the consequences. -- H. P. Lovecraft
  • Today, we have more than 110,000 men and women deployed in conflict zones around the world. They come from nearly 120 countries ... Thanks to their efforts, life-saving humanitarian assistance can be delivered and economic development can begin. -- Ban Ki-moon