Quotes

Unknown J.F.K.--The Man and the Airport
Bertrand Russell All movements go too far.
Arthur Schopenhauer The amount of noise which anyone can bear undisturbed stands in inverse proportion to his mental capacity.
Author Unknown Most people pay too much for the things they get for nothing.
Edgar Allan Poe Sleep, those little slices of death; Oh how I loathe them.
Hedrick Smith Journalists cover words and delude themselves into thinking they have committed journalism.
Abraham Lincoln It is difficult to make a man miserable while he feels worthy of himself and claims kindred to the great God who made him.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle There was something awesome in the thought of the solitary mortal standing by the open window and summoning in from the gloom outside the spirits of the nether world.
Douglas Adams In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and has been widely regarded as a bad move.
Virgil They can conquer who believe they can.
Ralph Waldo Emerson Let not a man guard his dignity, but let his dignity guard him.
Sir Winston Churchill When the eagles are silent, the parrots begin to jabber.
William Shakespeare Leave her to heaven <br>And to those thorns that in her bosom lodge, <br>To prick and sting her.
Thomas Carlyle Foolish men imagine that because judgment for an evil thing is delayed, there is no justice; but only accident here below. Judgment for an evil thing is many times delayed some day or two, some century or two, but it is sure as life, it is sure as death.
Henry Brooks Adams Politics... have always been the systematic organization of hatreds.
George S. Patton Courage is fear holding on a minute longer.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton A life of pleasure makes even the strongest mind frivolous at last.
Aesop No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.
Fyodor Dostoevsky The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.
Ralph Waldo Emerson Truth is beautiful, without doubt; but so are lies.
Rene Descartes Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems.
Madame Guizot Much misconstruction and bitterness are spared to him who thinks naturally upon what he owes to others rather than what he ought to expect from them.
Author Unknown Every tomorrow has two handles. We can take hold of it by the handle of anxiety, or by the handle of faith.
Pliny the Younger That indolent but agreeable condition of doing nothing.
Honore de Balzac Behind every great fortune there is a crime.

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