He cannot tempt to virtue as we do to vice. He wants them to learn to walk and must therefore take away His hand and if only the will to walk is really there He is pleased even with their stumbles.
At North Hollywood High School, I was shunned by everyone. I would sit down in the cafeteria, and students would get up from the table and walk away. They thought I was from the Mafia.
In my dreams I sometimes walk and talk and sing, and Susan and I start dancing up and down, we're so out of our minds with happiness.
A youthful American voice isn't particularly challenging - I've been a young American, and they're all around me. I can walk from my house to Barrington High School.
Read the folklore masters. Go to galleries. Walk in the woods. That's what you need to be an artist or storyteller.
A friend is one who walks in when others walk out.
Because A Walk To Remember had come out and it had made money and I got a lot of congratulations at that time as it happens out there.
It seemed sensible to move to a market town where I could walk everywhere.
You could walk the streets, no matter how hungry people were, not matter how long they'd been out of jobs, you could walk the streets, you could ride the subways in New York, and you would not get knocked in the head.
Now I walk around with my head down, trying to hide, thinking that everybody knows that I inflicted people with HIV, because that is all they are going to read.
Since that first showing of Foolish Wives I have seemed to walk through vast crowds of people, their white American faces turned towards me in stern reproof.
I'd rather say no and have said no and do say no often. I walk away from projects if it doesn't feel right if it's not the right team of people pulling in together or if the script isn't right. It could be a great idea but the script doesn't work.
Perhaps, all writers walk such a line. In general - as we all do in our dreams - I believe I put something of myself into all the characters in my novels, male as well as female.
It's definitely intense to walk away from at the end of each season.
I remember leaving the hospital - thinking, 'Wait, are they going to let me just walk off with him I don't know beans about babies I don't have a license to do this.' We're just amateurs.
My desire is to walk with God every day.
At one point, I didn't get out of bed for, I think, three months, and I went down to the bottom of the hill one day and I had to call somebody to get me to come back up - come pick me up because I couldn't physically walk up the hill.
My departure from Hollywood was described as a walk-out. No one understood that I was cracking up.
Day after day, I spent long afternoons in the talent pool, being told how to walk, how to talk, how to sit.
I love the tradition of Dickens, where even the most minor walk-on characters are twitching and particular and alive.
When you're creating a character out of nothing, you have to make all the guesses as to how they walk, how they talk, how they think. It was all there on the table for us to pick and choose for Murrow.
Well, I'm not a violent person. You have to back off. People sometimes will try you and try you until you try not to, but you have to react. Normally, I just walk away.
I learned early on to never walk while I was on the ball field. I ran everywhere I went.
But basically I try to investigate the site in terms of its potential for interfacing some material so that if I close my eyes I can walk the land.
It's difficult to talk to people... I walk into a room and I'm Danielle Steel, and whatever I say is going to be taken apart.