Top Run Quotes

  • Do it again.Play it again. Sing it again. Read it again. Write it again. Sketch it again. Rehearse it again. Run it again. Try it  – Richelle E Goodrich

    Do it again.Play it again. Sing it again. Read it again. Write it again. Sketch it again. Rehearse it again. Run it again. Try it – Richelle E Goodrich

  • Do it again.Play it again. Sing it again. Read it again. Write it again. Sketch it again. Rehearse it again. Run it again. Try it – Richelle E Goodrich

  • If the heroes run and hide, who will stay and fight? – ONE

    If the heroes run and hide, who will stay and fight?– ONE

  • You can stay and fight or you can run and repent. – Raubin Chaudhary

    You can stay and fight or you can run and repent.– Raubin Chaudhary

  • we’re thieves, we’re rats. We know when to fight and when to run. – Victoria Aveyard

    we’re thieves, we’re rats. We know when to fight and when to run.– Victoria Aveyard

  • I was about to run, possibly fight, definitely scream… – Jessica Fortunato

    I was about to run, possibly fight, definitely scream…– Jessica Fortunato

  • I see no advantage in these new clocks. They run no faster than the ones made 100 years ago. – Henry Ford

    I see no advantage in these new clocks. They run no faster than the ones made 100 years ago.– Henry Ford

  • If this is where you ask me to run around in my birthday suit, I’m not entirely comfortable with that,- I said, smirking. – Laura Kreitzer

    If this is where you ask me to run around in my birthday suit, I’m not entirely comfortable with that,- I said, smirking.– Laura Kreitzer

  • That’s the thing about empathy-”even people with an abundance of it can run out. – Theresa Brown

    That’s the thing about empathy-”even people with an abundance of it can run out.– Theresa Brown

  • It’s amazing how my mind opens up right when I have to run on the treadmill. I’ve finished three chapters rather than run a mile. – Dan Alatorre

    It’s amazing how my mind opens up right when I have to run on the treadmill. I’ve finished three chapters rather than run a mile.– Dan Alatorre