404 Finest Quotes – 404 Quote not discovered

If you wouldn’t be forgotten as quickly as you might be lifeless, both write issues price studying or do issues price writing. — Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)

Let me hear the jokes of a nation and I’ll inform you what the individuals are like, how they’re getting alongside, and what’s going to occur to them. — Stephen Leacock (1869-1944)

The difficulty with lots of people is that they’re lookin’ for an even bigger world, they usually will not take the time to stretch the one they have. — Helen Forrin

The best affect on a baby begins with the beginning of his mother and father. — Les Crane (1933-2008)

4 phrases describe a very engaging girl: SERENITY, SIMPLICITY, SINCERITY, SYMPATHY. — Ed Durling

The three nice necessities of happiness are one thing to do, one thing to like, and one thing to hope for. — W. A. Nance, paraphrasing Joseph Addison [1672-1719] (additionally attr. to Alexander Chalmers [1759-1834])

The OPTIMIST proclaims that we reside in the very best of all potential worlds and the PESSIMIST fears that’s true. — James Department Cabell (1879-1958)

The legal guidelines of nature “found” by science are merely mathematical or mechanical fashions that describe how nature behaves, not why, nor what nature “really” is. Science strives to search out representations that precisely describe nature, not absolute truths. This truth distinguishes science from faith. — George Ogden Abell (1927-1983)

Too many geniuses make for inefficiency. — Unknown

If mankind is to be true to itself, it wants ever new targets, new challenges, and new difficulties. Whether it is to reside as an alternative of sleep, our species will at all times want new and tougher issues to resolve. — Herbert N. Woodward (1911-2002)

Happiness doesn’t come from a state, however from a change of state. That it’s so is illustrated by the entire failure of each author to explain a passable paradise, whether or not in heaven or on earth. The tedium of eternity has nearly develop into a joke, and the outline of the earthly utopias aren’t any higher. Most of them fail to acknowledge that the human thoughts can not maintain any emotion for lengthy at a fair depth, however that it at all times degenerates into one thing way more tepid… However it isn’t merely a change of state that makes for happiness; there have to be one thing surprising about it. — Charles G. Darwin (1887-1962)

Science fiction is not only for kids. Quite the opposite, the ahead thinkers in that discipline ought to have interaction the eye of us all. — Herbert N. Woodward (1911-2002)

We do not train the best way we have been taught to show; we train the best way we have been taught. — Willard J. Congreve (1921- )

Provided that we speculate on potential futures can we start to outline fascinating targets. — Herbert N. Woodward (1911-2002)

There are three elements within the good life: Studying, incomes and craving. — Christopher Morley (1890-1957)

There isn’t a hint of any show of productive power which has not been preceded by a show of expansive power. — J. D. Unwin (1895-1936)

Concepts are like stars; you’ll not achieve touching them together with your fingers, however just like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you select them as guides and following them, attain your vacation spot. — Carl Schurz (1829-1906)

I’d moderately be capable of admire issues I can’t have than to have issues I’m not in a position to admire. — Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915)

A thought needs to be written immediately or it might be misplaced ceaselessly. — Unknown

The operate of a political social gathering is to not discriminate between shades of political opinion however to prepare a dominant opinion for motion. — J. A. Spender (1862-1942)

It’s at all times essential to do not forget that writers are vital and are cherished for what they write, not what they’re in on a regular basis life. Most of them are discontented with the cosmos; in the event that they weren’t, and will settle for it at face worth with out having to attempt to give it order and which means in language, they would not be writers. — Louis D. Rubin, Jr. (1923- )

Nobody, least of all a free public library, has the fitting to guage what one other could or could not learn or hear. — Civil Liberties Advert

If an thought is really harmful or evil, the very best safety towards it’s a public which has been uncovered to it and has rejected it; the worst safety is a public which has been shielded from publicity to it by official or self-appointed guardians. — Civil Liberties Advert

Within the occasion that anybody… ought to object to the Library’s acquisition or retention of a sure publication on ethical, political, spiritual, or philosophical grounds, the objection needs to be acknowledged as a sign that the publication in query could be of greater than routine curiosity and could also be more likely to be requested by members of the group who want to choose its deserves and demerits for themselves. — Civil Liberties Advert

The Free Library should stand in the midst of the bewildering turmoil of points and take no sides however make it possible for all sides are represented in addition to potential. — from American Libraries, Quantity 2, p. 156

Censorship has by no means been recognized to cease with one guide or class of guide. As soon as the backing down begins, censorship spreads like a brush fireplace. — from Tennessee Librarian, Quantity 22, p. 58

The capability of the person to derive data and enlightenment from the printed web page varies tremendously, and that of the bulk may be very a lot decrease than that of the lucky few. — J. S. Smith

The true and lawful finish of the sciences is that human life be enriched by new discoveries and powers. — Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

We maintain these truths to be self-evident: Administration begins free however ends in chains. — IMAC Analysis Advert

Individuals are simply anesthetized by overstatement. — John Maddox (1925-2009)

The best way fortunes develop is by dropping just a little on a number of objects whereas making rather a lot on a couple of. — Paul A. Samuelson (1915-2009)

All people needs sympathy however no person needs individuals feeling sorry for them. — Beryl Pfizer

Ignorance is a type of environmental air pollution. — Frank Freeman (1890-1969)

How usually are we offended by not being provided one thing we don’t actually need? — Eric Hoffer (1902-1983)

Expertise is what you have acquired left after you have forgotten her identify. — London Schoolboy

In any case is claimed and finished, you normally discover extra was mentioned than finished. — Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980)

When you put tomfoolery into a pc, nothing comes out however tomfoolery. However this tomfoolery, having handed by means of a really costly machine, is in some way ennobled, and nobody dares to criticize it. — Pierre Gallois (1911-2010)

If data can create issues, it isn’t by means of ignorance that we will remedy them. — Isaac Asimov (1920-1992)

God could also be delicate however He’s not malicious. — Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

No person loves anyone like anyone needs to be beloved. — Mignon McLaughlin (1913-1983)

Society takes motion solely when gangrene units in. — H. D. Doan

The very fact stays that earlier than they’re ruined by what’s laughingly referred to as training, all regular kids have an absorbing curiosity in and curiosity concerning the Universe, which if correctly developed might hold them pleased for as many centuries as they could want to reside. — Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008)

O Time, thou should untangle this, not I;
It’s too exhausting a knot for me t’ untie. — William Shakespeare (1564-1616) in Twelfth Night time

Have braveness to face a problem, lest it kick you tougher than you cut price for. — Stanislaw Leszczynski, King of Poland (1677-1766)

If there are no facts available, a leap of religion is definitely blind and subsequently of little actual significance. — Bishop James Pike (1913-1969)

To dismiss as not possible one thing which has not but been investigated is most unscientific. — Bishop James Pike (1913-1969)

God affords to each thoughts its alternative between fact and repose. Take which you please you possibly can by no means have each. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Science with out faith is lame, faith with out science is blind. — Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

All that you’re is the results of what you will have thought. — The Buddha (c.563-483 BC)

Start the place you might be! Be what try to be the place you might be! And when you will have confirmed your self, He offers you higher methods! — Edgar Cayce (1877-1945)

No matter one’s circumstances could also be, they’re utterly applicable to at least one’s internal stage of unfoldment. — Gina Cerminara (1914-1984)

Know this: that no matter state of affairs you end up in, it’s what is important in your improvement. An entity should apply in its associations from daily a phrase right here and a phrase there, one immediately, one other tomorrow, and the following day, with the understanding that from such actions in phrase and deed, self-development will come… When an entity has ready itself by means of fixed ahead motion in the direction of service, the mandatory circumstances for change will come about in order that he might even see the following step, the following alternative… Haste not and be not over-anxious; for just isn’t the entire of the constructing of His making? — Edgar Cayce (1877-1945)

In line with the reincarnation idea, no effort is ever wasted. — Gina Cerminara (1914-1984)

Within the carriages of the previous, you possibly can’t go anyplace. — Maxim Gorky (1868-1936) in The Decrease Depths

It is rather straightforward to be down on what you aren’t up on. — J. Allen Hynek (1910-1986)

Computer systems are too vital to be left to the knowledgeable. — L. G. Payne & P. T. S. Brown

Nostalgia is recalling the enjoyable with out reliving the ache. — Unknown; attrib. Bette Davis (1908-1989)

I’ve at all times held firmly to the thought that every one in all us can perform a little to convey some portion of distress to an finish. — Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)

By then I knew that every thing good and unhealthy left an vacancy when it stopped. But when it was unhealthy, the vacancy stuffed up by itself. If it was good, you may solely fill it by discovering one thing higher. — Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) in A Moveable Feast

While you attain the top of your rope, tie a knot and hold on. — Franklin Roosevelt (1882-1945)

I do know that the dissolutions of non-public friendship are among the many most painful occurrences in human life. — Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

The treasures are within the thoughts that seeks them. In any other case they don’t seem to be acknowledged. — Loren Eiseley (1907-1977)

Some individuals who suppose they’re massive cheeses solely odor prefer it. — Unknown

Do not take time to look again. Somethin’ is likely to be gainin’ on you. — Leroy “Satchel” Paige (1906-1982)

There are a number of good protections towards temptation, however the surest is cowardice. — Mark Twain (1835-1910)

There isn’t a treatment for beginning and dying, save to benefit from the interval. — George Santayana (1863-1952)

Humor is the one factor which stands between us and the darkish. — Mark van Doren (1894-1972)

I imagine everyone is ignorant… solely on totally different topics. — Will Rogers (1879-1935)

At all times do proper. This can gratify some individuals and astonish the remainder. — Mark Twain (1835-1910)

A day is wasted with out laughter. — Sébastien-Roch Nicolas de Chamfort (1740-1794)

That is the start of a brand new day. God has given me this present day to make use of as I’ll. I can waste it or develop in its gentle and be of service to others. However what I do with this present day is vital as a result of I’ve exchanged a day of my life for it. When tomorrow comes, immediately will probably be gone ceaselessly. I hope I can’t remorse the worth I paid for it. — W. Heartsill Wilson (1920-1994)

Lord, assist me be taught to not speak if you are interrupting! — Unknown

There are solely two lasting bequests we may give our kids: one is roots, the opposite, wings. — Hodding Carter (1935- )

Expensive Father, hear and bless thy beasts and singing birds, and guard with tenderness small issues which don’t have any phrases. — Eloise Burns Wilkin (1904-1987)

All I would like is much less to do, extra time to do it, and extra pay for not getting it finished. — Unknown

Pray for a very good harvest however carry on hoeing. — Slovenian Proverb

God grant me SERENITY to simply accept the issues I can not change, COURAGE to alter the issues I can, and WISDOM to know the distinction. — Alcoholics Nameless

After I works, I works exhausting; once I sits, I sits unfastened; and once I thinks, I falls asleep. — Unknown

Again of the bread is the snowy flour
And again of the flour the mill,
And again of the mill is the wheat and the bathe
And the solar and the Father’s will. — Maltbie D. Babcock (1858-1901)

O Lord, assist my phrases to be gracious & tender immediately, for tomorrow I’ll must eat them. — Unknown

Visitor, you might be welcome right here,
Be at your ease.
Rise up while you’re prepared,
Go to mattress while you please.

We’re pleased to share with you
Resembling we have,
The leaks within the roof
And the soup within the pot.

You do not have to thank us
Or chuckle at our jokes,
Sit deep and are available usually…
You are one of many of us! — Unknown

I would benefit from the day extra if it began later. — Unknown

That is the NOW we’re dwelling in! Don’t be distracted by the claims of tomorrow or the troubles of yesterday. — Unknown

God Bless America we’d like all the assistance we will get! — Unknown

You may fly however that cocoon has to go. — Polish Proverb

Lord, assist me to do not forget that nothing goes to occur to me immediately that You and I collectively cannot deal with. — Alcoholics Nameless

The best unexplored space lies beneath your hat. — Unknown

Life is like an onion; you peel off one layer at a time, and generally you weep. — Carl Sandburg (1878-1967)

Life is what occurs to you when you’re busy making different plans. — John Lennon (1940-1980)

I lastly acquired all of it collectively however I forgot the place I put it! — Unknown

There must be a greater manner of beginning the day than by getting up within the morning. — Unknown

To err is human; to actually foul issues up requires a pc. — Unknown

When in cost, ponder; when in hassle, delegate; when doubtful, mumble. — James H. Boren (1925-2010)

Lord, there’s by no means sufficient time for every thing. Assist me perform a little much less just a little higher. — Unknown

God so beloved the world that He did not ship a committee. — Unknown

Lord, assist me to know what’s cooking earlier than it boils over. — Unknown

The difficulty with half-truths is that folks are likely to imagine the unsuitable half. — Unknown

Lord, grant me the persistence to endure my blessings. — Unknown

All I’ve seen teaches me to belief all I’ve not seen. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Nothing could be finished in any respect if an individual waited until he might do it so properly that nobody might discover fault with it. — Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890)

Understanding as a lot as potential about what you are educating, bringing enthusiasm for the topic, being focused on college students and planning fastidiously what you will say all make a very good instructor. — Irby B. Cauthen (1919-1994)

The perfect options are easy ones, so in the event you actually work at an issue, and imagine you possibly can remedy it, in the future you’ll. — T. W. Stinson

[This was] one other case of bureaucratic bungling the place getting one thing finished turns into an finish in itself. This haste will invariably result in waste. — Paul Fasana

All an excessive amount of of our effort to this point appears to have been in some way to automate dealing with of our information with out departing from sanctified codecs designed for different technique of manipulation, presumably to keep away from issues to these with giant present information. [Charles P.] Bourne’s and others’ information appear to point out that it’s now time to contemplate a more true programs method. — Theodore C. Hines (1926-1983)

By no means underestimate the significance of nastiness to our progress up to now. If intelligence and gentleness have been the chief standards, our planet could be dominated by whales. — John W. Gardner (1912-2002)

Man staggers by means of life yapped at by his motive, pulled and shoved by his appetites, whispered to by fears, beckoned by hopes. — Eric Hoffer (1902-1993), from The Passionate State of Thoughts

Error is dependent upon understanding, heresy is dependent upon will. — Meister Eckhart [Eckhart von Hochheim, O.P.] (c.1260-c.1327)

Holidays are just a little like love: anticipated with relish, skilled with inconvenience and remembered with nostalgia. — from The Pennant

A person pushed by greed or envy loses the facility of seeing issues as they are surely, of seeing issues of their roundness and wholeness, and his very successes develop into failures. — E. F. Shumacher (1911-1977)

No matter my secrets and techniques are, bear in mind once I entrust them to you, they’re a part of me. — John Powell

He who’s not busy dwelling is busy dying. — Bob Dylan (1941- )

The person citizen ought to take pleasure in most freedom, however on the similar time he would even have to hold his obligations. Each go collectively. — Ludwig Wilhelm Erhard (1897-1977)

Averages are composed of all abnormalities. — C. VanDenBrink

Establishing what you wish to do and who you might be is important earlier than you possibly can really imagine that dedication to a different particular person doesn’t threaten your individual individuality. — Gail Sheehy (1937- )

If I settle for the sunshine and heat, I need to additionally settle for the thunder and the lightning. — Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931)

Nothing you develop into will disappoint me; I’ve no preconceptions that I would wish to see you be or do. I’ve no need to foresee you, solely to find you. You may’t disappoint me. — Mary Haskell

Let thriller have its place in you; don’t be at all times turning up your complete soil with the ploughshare of self-examination, however go away just a little fallow nook in your coronary heart prepared for any seed the winds could convey, and reserve a nook of shadow for the passing chook; hold a spot in your coronary heart for the surprising visitor, an altar for the unknown God. — Henri Frederic Amiel (1821-1881)

I questioned why anyone did not do one thing. Then I spotted that I’m anyone. — Unknown

When an individual has an actual buddy, he learns not solely to understand one other human being, however he additionally learns to know himself higher. — Susan Polis Schutz (1944- )

I regarded for my soul however my soul I couldn’t see. I regarded for my God however my God eluded me. I regarded for a buddy after which I discovered all three. — William Blake (1757-1827)

If you do not have time to do it proper, when will you will have time to do it over? — Unknown

Luck is the crossroads the place preparation and alternative meet. — Unknown

Common is the very best of the worst and the worst of the very best. — Unknown

It’s higher to ascertain a very good precedent than to comply with a nasty one. — Unknown

The one true happiness comes from squandering ourselves for a objective. — William Cowper (1731-1800)

Blessed is the chief who can develop leaders whereas main. — Unknown

I spotted that you don’t discover readability within the thoughts however within the coronary heart. And the center is not going to converse to you until you quiet your self and liberate your self from such masters as greed and envy. But when you are able to do this you will discover, within the stillness that follows, insights of knowledge which are obtainable in no different manner. You’ll start to see issues as they are surely. — E. F. Shumacher (1911-1977)

What’s now proved was as soon as solely imagined. — William Blake (1757-1827)

The realm of the fairy story is large and deep and excessive and crammed with many issues: all method of beasts and birds are discovered there; shoreless seas and stars uncounted; magnificence that’s an enchantment, and an ever-present peril; each pleasure and sorrow as sharp as swords. In that realm a person could, maybe, rely himself lucky to have wandered, however its very richness and strangeness tie the tongue of a traveller who would report them. And whereas he’s there it’s harmful for him to ask too many questions, lest the gates needs to be shut and the keys be misplaced. — J. R. R. Tolkien (1892-1973) from On Fairy Tales

We’re what we fake to be, so we have to be cautious what we fake to be. — Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007)

The thoughts will take in solely what the seat will endure. — Quoted by Rev. William A. Wright

When you’re properly, then I’m nice. — Roman Letter Closing

Don’t take life too significantly. You’ll by no means get out alive anyway. — Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915)

As a result of mother and father could manage to pay for to allow extravagance doesn’t in my judgement justify them in bringing their kids as much as be extravagant. — John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (1874-1960)

Effectiveness is a measure of efficiency when it comes to how close to a system… involves assembly its goals. Price-effectiveness is the connection between degree of effectiveness and the prices concerned in reaching that degree. — Isobel J. Mosley

No human relation offers one possession in one other. Each two souls are completely totally different. In friendship or in love, the 2 facet by facet elevate fingers collectively to search out what one can not attain alone. — Kahlil Gibran (1887-1931)

What will we reside for, if it isn’t to make life easier to others? — George Eliot [Mary Ann Evans] (1819-1880)

Oh the consolation, the inexpressible consolation of feeling protected with an individual, having neither to weigh ideas nor measure phrases, however pouring all of them proper out, simply as they’re—chaff and grain collectively—sure {that a} devoted hand will take and sift them, hold what’s price protecting, and with the breath of kindness blow the remainder away — George Eliot [Mary Ann Evans] (1819-1880)

Friendship is, strictly talking, reciprocal benevolence, which inclines every social gathering to be solicitous for the welfare of the opposite as for his personal. — Plato (428-348 BC)

Each friendship that lasts is constructed of sure sturdy supplies. The primary of those is truthfulness. If I can look into the eyes of my buddy and converse out at all times the truthful thought and feeling with the simplicity of just a little little one, there will probably be an actual friendship between us. — Bertha Conde

The language of friendship just isn’t phrases, however meanings. It’s an intelligence above language. — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

As I really like nature, as I really like singing birds, and gleaming stubble, and flowing rivers, and morning and night, and summer time and winter, I really like thee my buddy. — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

In Chinese language, the phrase for disaster is a mix of two ideographs one in all which suggests “hazard”, the opposite “alternative”. If I interpret that accurately, these smart Chinese language, centuries in the past, accurately noticed that whereas a disaster is harmful (as a result of it challenges beliefs, values, life, one’s monetary safety), it additionally affords the chance for development and better perspective. — Chuck Cockelreas

We’ve no artwork; we do every thing the very best we will. — Balinese Saying

The query just isn’t how busy we’re, however what are we busy about. — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

The life that’s infused into nice music-making is life garnered from the good novels, from watching phosphorescent waves roar towards a cliff in a thunderstorm, or from experiencing the solar setting over a mountain; life garnered from curiosity, not life garnered from a cubicle. — Tony Rothman (1953- )

I see solely the perfect. However no beliefs have ever been absolutely profitable on this earth. — Isadora Duncan (1877-1927)

The diploma to which I can create relationships which facilitate the expansion of others as separate individuals is a measure of the expansion I’ve achieved in myself. — Carl S. Rogers (1932-2010)

Within the sense through which a person can ever be mentioned to be at residence on the planet, he’s at residence not by means of dominating, or explaining, or appreciating, however by means of caring and being cared for. — Milton Mayeroff (1925-1979) from On Caring

A person can’t be a real father with out being a creator of one thing, one thing that he needs to flourish earlier than him moderately than to have molded in his picture. A real father have to be an artist, in any other case he turns into a violator of the artistic spirit of man, by making an attempt to mildew a baby to be precisely the best way he the person is. — Gregory Zilboorg (1890-1959)

Our objective is to not fill all of the gaps within the learner’s data however moderately it’s to create areas through which he can develop his data. — Bernard Chibnall (Paraphrased)

The library that’s embedded in academic settings lately is part of the know-how of training. — Howard B. Hitchens

To me, liberation signifies that I’m assured sufficient of myself that I may give it to a different, and love signifies that I’m assured sufficient about that different that I can belief him with my reward. — Carol Tavris (1944- )

We ourselves wish to be wanted. We don’t solely have wants, we’re additionally strongly motivated by neededness… We’re stressed when we aren’t wanted, as a result of we really feel “unfinished”, “incomplete”, and we will solely get accomplished in and thru these relationships. We’re motivated to go looking not just for what we lack and want but in addition for that for which we’re wanted, what is needed from us. — Andras Angyal (1902-1960)

As soon as the conclusion is accepted that even between the closest human beings infinite distances live on, an exquisite dwelling facet by facet can develop up, in the event that they achieve loving the gap between them which makes it potential for every to see the opposite complete towards the sky. — Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926)

…the regulation all legal guidelines above, Nice Nature hath ordained the center to like… — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Each day I must get one drop from my mind of clear distilled essence I ought however ah!! — Ellen Louisa Tucker (1811-1831)

…God at first did marry soul to soul
Although lands divide and seas between them roll. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Excellent love exists between two individuals solely when every addresses the opposite with the phrases, “O Myself!” — Sari-al-Sakadi

Solely about ten to 25 p.c of the individuals in any group do the artistic work. The others merely comply with established routines. — Walter M. Carlson

If Moses have been to return down from the mountain immediately, the 2 tablets could be aspirin. — Joe Nyquist

Why, then, will we speculate concerning the future? Certainly, the one wise reply is that we speculate concerning the future as a result of such an train helps us to suppose normatively concerning the current. — Stephen Ok. Bailey

The upper you go in your work, the extra you’ll develop into, not superlibrarians, however supermanagers. — Stephen Ok. Bailey

Serving to individuals, you might be usually fortunate. — Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007)

I discover that the three main administrative issues on a campus are intercourse for the scholars, athletics for the alumni and parking for the faculty. — Clark Kerr (1911-2003)

Even when I attempt to please God, I are likely to please my very own ambition, His enemy. — Thomas Merton (1915-1968)

Asking what the principal worth of the house pc within the on a regular basis house is [is] like asking Gutenberg the principal worth of the printing press to the typical peasant. — Ted Nelson (1937- )

Nonsense expands to fill the out there area. — Cyril Parkinson [Paraphrased] (1909-1993)

The calibre of a person is present in his means to satisfy disappointment efficiently, enriched moderately than narrowed by it. — Thomas Kelley

Not until the solar refuses you do I refuse you. — Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

God created man as a result of God loves tales. Man tells tales as a result of man loves God. — Elie Wiesel (1928- )

To him whose elastic and vigorous thought retains tempo with the solar, the day is a perpetual morning. — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

The times come and go like muffled and veiled figures despatched from a distant pleasant social gathering, however they are saying nothing, and if we don’t use the presents they convey, they carry them as silently away. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Life is a collection of surprises, and wouldn’t be price taking or protecting if it weren’t. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

The invariable mark of knowledge is to see the miraculous within the widespread. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

For every thing you will have missed, you will have gained one thing else. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Might you at all times discover three welcomes: In a backyard throughout summer time; At a hearth throughout winter; And regardless of the season, within the sort eyes of a buddy. — Unknown

To like somebody is to remain shut sufficient to the touch, leaving area sufficient to develop. — Unknown

Any instructor who may very well be changed by a pc in all probability needs to be. — Quoted by Paul W. Marsh

We’re so accustomed to disguising ourselves from others, that we finish by disguising ourselves from ourselves. — Francois La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)

It’s simpler to be smart for others than to be smart about oneself. — Francois La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)

Crucial factor in life is to like somebody. The second most vital factor in life is to have somebody love you. The third most vital factor is to have the primary two occur on the similar time. — Howard “Howie” Schneider (1930-2007)

In three phrases I can sum up every thing I’ve realized about life: It goes on. — Robert Frost (1874-1963)

[Here’s] what to do when issues go unsuitable. It mentioned you do not get issues from another person; you get them from inside your self. — Julius Marini

I hate to take recommendation from him. He wants it so badly himself. — James Dent (1928-1992)

To offer with none reward, or any discover, has a particular high quality of its personal. There’s something of worship or prayer in laying down an providing at somebody’s toes after which going away shortly. The nicest presents are these left, anonymous and quiet, unburdened with love, or vainness, or the need for consideration. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001)

The economic revolution had the impact of standardizing and routinizing life. Microtechnology, with practically infinite capacities and flexibility, tends quite the opposite towards individuality; with computer systems, individuals can design their lives way more consistent with their very own needs. — from Time Journal, 2/20/78

Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace. The place there’s hatred, let me sow love; The place there’s harm, pardon; The place there’s doubt, religion; The place there’s despair, hope; The place there’s darkness, gentle, and The place there’s disappointment, pleasure. O Divine Grasp, grant that I’ll not a lot search to be consoled as to console; to be understood as to know; to be beloved as to like; For it’s in giving that we obtain; It’s in pardoning that we’re pardoned; and it’s in dying that we’re born to everlasting life. — St. Francis of Assisi (1181-1226)

Make all you possibly can, save all you possibly can, give all you possibly can. — John Wesley (1703-1791)

Essentially the most singular distinction between happiness and pleasure is that happiness is a strong and pleasure a liquid. — J. D. Salinger (1919-2010)

The worst that being an artist might do to you’d be that it could make you barely sad always. — J. D. Salinger (1919-2010)

Knowledge is the companion of a affected person man. — Unknown

Solely the person who’s beneath the typical in financial means wishes equality; those that are aware of superior means need freedom; and ultimately superior means has its manner. — Will & Ariel Durant (1885-1981 & 1898-1981)

By and huge the poor have the identical impulses because the wealthy, with solely much less alternative or talent to implement them. — Will & Ariel Durant (1885-1981 & 1898-1981)

While you half out of your buddy, you grieve not. For that which you’re keen on most in him could also be clearer in his absence, because the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain. — Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931)

Religion is the daring of the soul to go farther than it may possibly see. — Max Clarke

As long as we love, we serve. As long as we’re beloved by others I’d nearly say we’re indispensable and no man is ineffective whereas he has a buddy. — Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894)

We can not inform the exact second when friendship is shaped. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there’s ultimately a drop which makes it run over, so in a collection of kindnesses there’s ultimately one which makes the center run over. — Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)

My coat and I reside comfortably collectively. It has assumed all my wrinkles, doesn’t harm me anyplace, has molded itself on my deformities, and is complacent to all my actions. And I solely really feel its presence as a result of it retains me heat. Outdated coats and outdated mates are the identical factor. — Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

We at all times hope: and in all issues it’s higher to hope than to despair. — Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)

They are saying that if one understands himself, he understands all individuals. However I say to you, when one loves individuals, he learns one thing about himself. — Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931)

Life just isn’t a having and a getting, however a being and a changing into. — Matthew Arnold (1822-1888)

Daybreak begins at midnight. — Leo Jozef Suenens (1904-1996)

Be glad of life, as a result of it offers you the prospect to like and to work and to play and to search for on the stars. — Henry van Dyke (1852-1953)

While you had gone, the love got here. I supposed it could. The supper of the center is when the visitor has gone. — Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

The violets within the mountains can break the rocks, if we imagine in them and permit them to develop. — Tennessee Williams (1911-1983) in Camino Actual

That is what Yahweh asks of you: solely this, to behave justly, to like tenderly, and to stroll humbly together with your God. — The Bible, Micah 6:8

You can’t suppose what a pleasure it’s to be keen on anyone to whom one can speak… To be moved and talkative, unrestrained, one’s personal self… — William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)

The whole lot is sweet, every thing lovely. The whole lot is important. Every man, every factor, every thing on this world has its motive for being. — Unknown

Time flies, suns rise and shadows fall. Let time go by. Love is ceaselessly. — Unknown

I at all times see higher with my coronary heart. — Unknown

Don’t pray for a straightforward life. Pray to be a robust particular person. — Unknown
Maybe a variant of: Don’t pray for duties equal to your powers; pray for powers equal to your duties. — Phillips Brooks (1835-1893)

The pursuit of fact will set you free even in the event you by no means meet up with it. — Clarence Darrow (1857-1938)

Happiness is sort of a butterfly. The extra you chase it, the extra it would elude you. However flip your consideration to different issues, it comes and softly sits in your shoulder. — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

We don’t bear in mind days, we bear in mind moments. — Cesare Pavese (1908-1950) from The Burning Model

A ship in a harbor is protected, however that isn’t what ships are constructed for. — John A. Shedd (1850-1926)

Happiness is the artwork of creating a bouquet of these flowers inside attain. — Bob Goddard

Completely happy are those that dream desires and are able to pay the worth to make them come true. — Leo Jozef Suenens (1904-1996)

Serenity just isn’t freedom from the storm however peace amid the storm. — Unknown

Happiness is discovered alongside the best way, not on the finish of the highway. — Sol Gordon (1923-2008)

To be shocked, to marvel, is to start to know. — José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955)

Maintain to a real buddy with each your fingers. — Unknown

It’s not how a lot now we have, however how a lot we take pleasure in, that makes happiness. — Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)

The extra I research, the extra I do know. The extra I do know, the extra I neglect. The extra I neglect, the much less I do know. So why research? — Unknown

Be true to your individual highest convictions. — William Ellery Channing (1780-1842)

No act of kindness, irrespective of how small, is ever wasted. — Aesop (c.620-564 BC)

A dreamer lives ceaselessly. — John Boyle O’Reilly (1844-1890)

If you don’t perceive my silence, you’ll not perceive my phrases. — Unknown

The deepest feeling at all times exhibits itself in silence. — Marianne Moore (1887-1972)

It’s good to be petted just a little, praised just a little, appreciated just a little. — Unknown

There may be nothing I may give you which ones you haven’t. However there’s a lot that, whereas I can not give, you possibly can take. No heaven can come to us until our hearts discover relaxation in it immediately. Take heaven. No peace lies sooner or later which isn’t hidden on this current instantaneous. Take peace. The gloom of the world is however a shadow. Behind it, but inside attain, is pleasure. Take pleasure. — Fra Giovanni Giocondo (1433-1515)

What lies behind us and what lies earlier than us are small issues in comparison with what lies inside us. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

In each human being there’s a particular heaven, complete and unbroken. — Carl Jung (1875-1961)

Many of the shadows of this life are brought on by standing in our personal sunshine. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

For each complicated query there’s a easy reply. And it is unsuitable. — H. L. Mencken (1880-1956)

If the other of “professional” is “con”, then the other of progress is congress. — Graffiti

All of us suppose happiness dwells within the village the place we aren’t. — Congolese Saying

A committee is a bunch which succeeds in getting one thing finished when, and solely when, it consists of three members, one in all whom occurs to be sick and one other absent. — Herbert V. Prochnow (1897-1998)

There may be at all times extra wretchedness beneath than there’s brotherhood above. — Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

You’ll have heard {that a} dean is to a college as a hydrant is to a canine. — Alfred E. Kahn (1917-2010)

America has become so tense and nervous that it has been years since I’ve seen anybody asleep in church. — Norman Vincent Peale (1898-1993)

The easiest way to neglect your individual issues is to assist another person remedy theirs. — Unknown

There may be so energetic a picture of her imprinted in my thoughts, that I shall consider her too usually I worry for my peace of thoughts. — Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

A slender thoughts has a broad tongue. — Arabian Proverb

Be obscure clearly. — E. B. White (1899-1995)

Nobody will get too outdated to be taught a brand new manner of being silly. — Unknown

Logic is the artwork of going unsuitable with confidence. — Morris Kline (1908-1992)

One meets his future usually within the highway he takes to keep away from it. — Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695)

No query is so troublesome as that to which the reply is clear. — George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)

The issues most individuals wish to know are normally none of their enterprise. — George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)

Destiny has a manner of taking place. — Jacob Epstein (1880-1959)

It’s beginnings that matter: love and beginning and spring, the primary robin, first step, first kiss. — Eleanore Lewis (1932-2010)

I stand in good relation to the earth. I stand in good relation to the gods. I stand in good relation to all that’s lovely. I stand in good relation to you. I’m alive. — American Indian Philosophy

The difficulty with being a frontrunner immediately is you could’t make sure whether or not individuals are following you or chasing you. — Unknown

Just one man understood me and he did not perceive me. — Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)

I used to be born with out figuring out why, I’ve lived with out figuring out why, and I’m dying with out figuring out both why or how. — Pierre Gassendi (1592-1655)

God will forgive me… it is his career. — Heinrich Heine (1797-1856)

Reward be God! Regardless of the time there’s someplace a lovers’ rendezvous. — Countess de Fontaine-Martel (c.1729)

Most of us die with all our music nonetheless in us. — Oliver Wendell Holmes (1841-1935)

We are able to finest assist others by enabling them to do what they themselves deeply want to do. — Alfred Benjamin

Library selectors are among the many happiest, most lucky members of the educational group. Their private rewards are wealthy. They work independently and develop their very own strategies and requirements. They watch historical past unfold itself within the books and periodicals coming from the press. Little by little, they purchase a mastery of the data of publication and a really feel for their very own assortment, a sensible “erudition” all their very own that no energy on earth can take away. They usually have the enjoyment of putting their amassed data and bought talent on the service of their clientele and of seeing in time the outcomes of their work on the cabinets of the library. — Robert W. Wadsworth

Nevertheless subtly, in the event you pay for entry to a guide, it does have an effect on the best way you employ that guide. I think that that is practically at all times true. I additionally suspect it’s true of many library providers apart from the borrowing of books. — John Berry

Love can train us nothing about itself besides that it’s indispensable. — Brendan Gill (1914-1997)

Modern organizations spend neither time nor assets defending yesterday. — Peter Drucker (1909-2005)

Maybe probably the most serendipitous discovery of all just isn’t the discovering of unknown continents, however the landfall of the soul as soon as it has discovered a brand new residence amongst new concepts. — Doris Lund (1919-2003)

Powerful selections by no means get simpler to make; indecision is the quickest killer of concepts and males. — Willi Unsoeld (1926-1979)

If you’re to know others, and have them perceive you, know the massive phrases however use the small ones. — Denys Parsons (1914- )

My fingers are the instruments of my soul. — Film Title

Even at its cruelest, nature is kinder than man touched by evil. — Samuel Pisar (1929- )

Most human minds insurgent at easy ideas… and far favor complexity. — Jeff Pemberton

I would like greater than something to carry one hand on this life. — Claudia Lintz

99% of us are born wholesome and are made sick because of private misbehavior and environmental situations. — John H. Knowles

Generally it’s extra vital to find what one can not do, than what one can do. — Lin Yutang (1895-1976)

With out hope males are solely half alive. With hope they dream and suppose and work. — Charles Sawyer (1868-1954)

Romance… can not at all times have a glowing fountain magnificence as within the fairy-tales; although make sure neither can it ever be squalid nor ugly; solely generally maybe just a little unhappy, due to the payment that needs to be paid on the toll-gate. For the dominion of romance could also be freely entered if you find yourself younger, however because the years go on, you’ll not be admitted with out paying. They not often settle for something complete; but a damaged coronary heart, a damaged toy, a damaged regulation or a damaged residence they’ll take and say: ‘Go in’. — G. B. Stern (1890-1973) from The Cheap Shore

There are few issues that by no means exit of fashion, and a female girl is one in all them. — Ralston

What, sir, would the individuals of the earth be with out girls? They’d be scarce, sir, almighty scarce. — Mark Twain (1835-1910)

The as soon as rambunctious American spirit of innovation and adventurousness is immediately being paralyzed by the need to construct a risk- free society. Such a need has at all times been an indication of decadence. — Henry Fairlie (1924-1990)

Whoever, when he dies, leaves on paper an exquisite line of poetry has left the heavens richer and the earth too. — Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935)

On making an attempt to jot down poetry:

‘Tis not stringing rhymes collectively
Along with your coronary heart’s blood you have to write it,
Although your cheek grows pale, none figuring out.
So the track turns into price singing. — Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879)

[If] you will write… Any struggling that you’ve got borne, from the actually massive issues all the way down to a Second in Colleges… is simply the penalty to be paid… And you do not pay simply in the best way of compensation. You pay as a result of you possibly can’t write till you have paid. — Winifred Holtby (1898-1935)

There may be nonetheless, I feel, not sufficient recognition by academics of the truth that the need to suppose which is essentially an ethical drawback have to be induced earlier than the facility is developed. Most individuals, whether or not males or girls, want above all else to be snug, and thought is a pre-eminently uncomfortable course of; it brings to the person way more struggling than happiness in a semi-civilized world which nonetheless goes to warfare, nonetheless encourages the manufacturing of undesirable C3 kids by exhausted moms, and nonetheless compels married companions who hate each other to reside collectively within the identify of morality. — Vera Brittain (1893-1970) from Testomony of Youth

There comes a horrible second to many souls when the good actions of the world, the bigger destinies of mankind, which have lain aloof in newspapers and different uncared for studying, enter like an earthquake into their very own lives… — George Eliot [Mary Ann Evans] (1819-1880) from Daniel Deronda

It’s only be greedy this nettle, hazard, that we pluck this flower, security; those that flee from emotion, from intimacy, from the shocks and perils attendant upon all shut human relationships, finish in being attacked by unseen Furies within the final stronghold of their spirit. — Vera Brittain (1893-1970) from Testomony of Youth

Even when people can function tools to show themselves, somebody is required to information them in figuring out what they should know. — Lana Pipes

Industrial tv conditioned Individuals to imagine that they wanted information day by day, hourly, even by the minute, like junkies needing a repair. In fact most Individuals do not want information. They get it as a result of the broadcasting business conned them into pondering that it was good citizenship to devour information at common intervals; a form of social hygiene, like common tooth brushing. — Robert MacNeil (1931- )

John Cotton Dana’s Twelve Guidelines on Studying

1. Learn.
2. Learn.
3. Learn some extra.
4. Learn something.
5. Examine every thing.
6. Learn pleasing issues.
7. Learn belongings you your self take pleasure in.
8. Learn, and discuss it.
9. Learn very fastidiously, some issues.
10. Learn on the run, most issues.
11. Do not take into consideration studying, however
12. Simply learn.

from Library Journal, October 15, 1933, p. 815

There’s a rule in crusing the place the extra maneuverable ship ought to give approach to the much less maneuverable craft. I feel that is generally a very good rule to comply with in human relationships as properly. — Joyce Brothers (1927- )

Why this ardour for shaking individuals out of ruts? I’m dedicated to ruts. Furthermore, the general public who’re in ruts are a lot nicer, and far happier, than the people who find themselves not. — Beverly Nichols

I’ve three valuable issues which I maintain quick and prize. The primary is gentleness; the second is frugality; the third is humility, which retains me from placing myself earlier than others. Be light and you’ll be daring; be frugal and you’ll be liberal; keep away from placing your self earlier than others, and you’ll develop into a frontrunner amongst males. — Lao-Tse (sixth century BC)

Jokes aren’t any laughing matter to the mind. They’re a kind of launch valve that permits us to suppose the unthinkable, settle for the unacceptable, uncover new relationships, alter higher and preserve our psychological well being. They’re additionally humorous. With out them we in all probability could be a boring, dimwitted society, trapped in a harsh world too severe to bear. — Ronald Kotulak

The abuse of a factor doesn’t forbid its use. — Latin Proverb

Youth is given to us. Expertise we pay for. — Carolyn G. Heilbron

Love with out criticism brings stagnation, and criticism with out love brings destruction. — John W. Gardner (1912-2002)

If we merely switch the austerity-based LC topic heading method to costly pc programs, then now we have used our computer systems merely to embalm the constraints that have been imposed on library programs again earlier than typewriters got here into use! — Marcia J. Bates (1944- )

When you train an individual what to be taught you might be getting ready for the previous; in the event you train them how one can be taught you might be getting ready for the longer term. — Quoted by Robert D. Stueart

Folks will undergo some inconvenience solely when vital; in any other case they fall again on acquainted habits. — Jeff Pemberton

There needs to be no out there ugly frames for lovely souls to be hurried into by carelessness or mistake, and no ugly souls needs to be suffered to creep, like hermit-crabs, into lovely shells by no means meant for them. The outward and visual type ought to mark the inward and non secular grace; that it seldom does so is a truth there isn’t a gainsaying… When by Heaven’s grace the very lovely are additionally superb, it’s time for us to go down on our knees, and say our prayers in thankfulness and adoration; for the divine has been permitted to make itself manifest for some time within the perishable likeness of our poor humanity. — George du Maurier (1834-1896) from Peter Ibbetson

For scents, like musical sounds, are uncommon sublimators of the essence of reminiscence… and smells needn’t be seductive in themselves to recall the seductions of scenes and days passed by. — George du Maurier (1834-1896) from Peter Ibbetson

The entire cosmos is in a person’s brains as a lot of it, at the very least as a person’s brains will maintain; maybe it’s nowhere else. And when sleep relaxes the need, and there aren’t any earthly environment to distract consideration no obligation, ache, or pleasure to compel it riderless Fancy takes the bit in its enamel, and the entire cosmos goes mad and has its wild will of us. Ineffable false joys, unspeakable false terror and misery… chase one another… by means of the darkish recesses of our clouded and imperfect consciousness. And the false terrors and misery, nonetheless unspeakable, aren’t any worse than such actual terrors and misery as are solely too usually the waking lot of man, and even so unhealthy; however the ineffable false joys transcend all potential human felicity whereas they final, and a short time it’s! We wake, and marvel… Poor human nature, so richly endowed with nerves of anguish, so splendidly organized for ache and sorrow, is however slenderly outfitted for pleasure. — George du Maurier (1834-1896) from Peter Ibbetson

Every separate unit of our helpless race is inexorably bounded by the internal floor of his personal psychological periphery, a jointless armor through which there isn’t a weak place, by no means a fault, by no means a single hole of egress for ourselves, of ingress for the closest and dearest of our fellow-units. At solely 5 factors can we simply contact one another, and all that’s… is from the skin. In useless we rack them [our senses] that we could get just a little nearer to the very best beloved and most implicitly trusted; ever in useless, from the cradle to the grave. — George du Maurier (1834-1896) from Peter Ibbetson

Oh, absolutely, absolutely, I cried to myself, we ought to search out some technique of possessing the previous extra absolutely and utterly than we do. Life just isn’t price dwelling for many people if a need so determined and but so pure can by no means be happy. Reminiscence is however a poor, rudimentary factor that we had higher be with out, if it may possibly solely lead us to the verge of consummation like this, and madden us with a need it can not slake. The contact of a vanished hand, the sound of a voice that’s nonetheless, the tender grace of a day that’s lifeless, needs to be ours ceaselessly, at our beck and name, by some beautiful and fairly conceivable phantasm of the senses. — George du Maurier (1834-1896) from Peter Ibbetson

Marriage is a protracted occasion of perpetual change through which a person and a lady mutually construct up their souls and make themselves complete. — D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930)

When it was a aid from exhausting work, idleness had character; when it’s merely a aid from lengthy hours of leisure, it appears to have none. — Russell Lynes (1910-1991)

With a purpose to receive a college diploma it’s essential to stultify oneself by agreeing with the actual clique of fifth price minds who, having been completely unable to carve out any manner on the planet, have develop into sodden within the backwater of a college; and brought up educating as a career, as a result of they’re incapable of studying. — Aleister Crowley (1875-1947)

The rulers of a rustic make most of their errors as a result of the data of element which is consistently thrust upon them is so nice that it blinds them to basic concerns. The emergencies of the second lure them into bypaths through which they develop into misplaced… The tendency of all males who’re immersed in affairs, whether or not public or non-public, is to develop into concentrated upon tactical issues, and in doing this they lose sight of the ideas of technique. — Aleister Crowley (1875-1947)

Nothing makes a mortal so violently offended as to compel him to suppose when he doesn’t want to take the time. — Henry Clifford Stuart

Like consuming and talking and dressing, making up has well-bred and vulgar potentialities. — Vogue Journal, 1920

The human coronary heart opens to the center that opens in return. — Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849)

Fiction, it has been mentioned, is an try to relive an expertise you have by no means had. — Edward Mannix

Shyness has nothing to do with modesty; it is worry of defeat. — John A. Curtis

If in your life you have had one blissful thought, it is one thing you always remember. I can bear in mind as soon as as a baby I used to be about six, and I would walked out within the springtime in Virginia and down the highway from the place we lived was a discipline of flowers. It was one thing about the best way the solar hit the flowers and the butterfly on my arm, I used to be simply completely, completely pleased for about ten seconds. Completely completely pleased. — Shirley MacLaine (1934- )

There isn’t a such factor as worry; it solely exists if we imagine it does. We’re a product of our thought. — Shirley MacLaine (1934- )

If somebody assaults me, they’re actually attacking their very own confusion. — Shirley MacLaine (1934- )

Diaries are supposed to be present in a trunk years later, permitting somebody the joys of studying one thing by no means learn by anybody else earlier than, creating the phantasm of how life as soon as was. — John Perreault (1937- )

Very practically every thing that occurred in historical past very practically didn’t occur. — Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947)

What’s literature however a report of individuals doing issues they need to not do? — E. L. Pearson (Early twentieth century)

What males owe to the love and assist of excellent girls can by no means be advised. — Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933)

Do not anticipate to construct up the weak by knocking down the sturdy. — Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933)

If one will solely train the persistence to attend, his needs are more likely to be fulfilled. — Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933)

If sports activities are alleged to be good for you, how come athletes are over the hill at 31? — Invoice Vaughan (1915-1977)

When one is out of contact with oneself, one can not contact others. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906-2001)

There isn’t a distance on earth as distant as yesterday. — Robert Nathan (1894-1985)

What’s intimacy? It is being very open with one other particular person about your innermost emotions, fantasies, fears, doubts and insecurities within the hope that you’ll be accepted, not for the way you seem to the skin world, however for what you actually are inside. — Helen Singer Kaplan (1929-1995)

Sandel lacked… knowledge, and the one manner for him to get it was to purchase it with youth; and when knowledge was his, youth would have been spent in shopping for it. — Jack London (1876-1916) from A Piece of Steak

If there’s an unlucky facet to supporting nationalists over Communists, it should lie in the truth that so most of the options to Communist domination should not actually very significantly better, solely totally different. — Lauren Paine

In case you have a head, you understand the facility of the center. — Malcolm S. Forbes (1919-1990)

My thought of train is an effective brisk sit. — Phyllis Diller (1917- )

When you will have been pondering very a lot about one thing, you are feeling it’s simply and even potential; after you have arrived at this level, you might be very sturdy. — Denis Diderot (1713-1784) from The Nun

There’s a trick to the Swish Exit. It begins with the imaginative and prescient to acknowledge when a job, a life stage, a relationship is over and to let go. It means leaving what’s over with out denying its validity or its previous significance in our lives. — Ellen Goodman (1941- )

We’re all nonetheless romantics at coronary heart. The romantics give us again our moon, for example, which science has taken away from us and made into simply one other airport. Secretly all of us need the moon to be what it was earlier than — a mysterious, hypnotic gentle within the sky. We would like like to be mysterious, too, because it was once, and never a set of psychotherapeutic guidelines for interpersonal relationships. We crave thriller whilst we forge forward towards the answer of 1 cosmic thriller after one other. — Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)

He was amongst those that are sadly born to observe advantage with out feeling its sweetness; they do good out of a spirit of obligation, in the identical manner as they motive. — Denis Diderot (1713-1784) from The Nun

It’s a horrible factor to have simply sufficient expertise to acknowledge one’s personal mediocrity. — Jack McDevitt (1935- )

Inside each grownup is a weak half that by no means actually grows up. Most of us are too afraid of disapproval or rejection to precise our deeper emotions. We fear that “in the event you knew all about me, you would not like me”. We’re sure that others are happier, wiser, extra fulfilled. We can not danger being in contrast unfavorably. However withholding our feelings makes wholesome communication not possible and creates distance in relationships. The half we maintain again our genuine selves constitutes the very richness that others would discover interesting. There may be hidden energy, and magnetism, in vulnerability and within the willingness to share deeper emotions, whether or not to precise love or to acknowledge fears and wishes. Essentially the most troublesome time to precise vulnerability is while you’re in love. Many are involved about being too depending on their companions for consideration and love. They’ve a worry of showing determined or ridiculous. That is nonsense. Sharing with others how vital they’re to you makes them extra loving and constant, extra considerate about your wants. When you’re sincere and open, you will discover others inviting you into their non-public worlds. Take into consideration the individuals you take pleasure in and admire. They aren’t superbeings. They err, they cry, they despair. They’re actual and weak human beings. — Irene C. Kassorla (1941- )

One and the identical evil comes both from God, who’s testing us, or from the satan, who’s tempting us. — Denis Diderot (1713-1784) from The Nun

“Commit your methods unto the Lord.” However what good is a textual content like that if you find yourself mendacity awake at midnight, and it’s a must to determine in your complete life, and different individuals’s too, whether or not it shall be sure or no? — Thomas Mann (1875-1955) from Buddenbrooks

What was dying? The reply got here, not in poor, large-sounding phrases: he felt it inside him, he possessed it. Dying was a pleasure, so nice, so deep that it may very well be dreamed of solely in moments of revelation like the current. It was the return from an unspeakably painful wandering, the correction of a grave mistake, the loosening of chains, the opening of doorways it put proper once more a lamentable mischance. Finish, dissolution! These have been pitiable phrases, and thrice pitiable he who used them! What would finish, what would dissolve? Why, this his physique, this heavy, defective, hateful incumbrance, which prevented him from being one thing different and higher. Was not each human being a mistake and a blunder? Was he not in painful arrest from the hour of his beginning? Jail, jail, bonds and limitations in every single place! The human being stares hopelessly by means of the barred window of his character on the excessive partitions of outward circumstance, until Dying comes and calls him residence to freedom! Individuality? All, all that one is, can, and has, appears poor, gray, insufficient, wearisome; what one just isn’t, can’t, has not, that’s what one appears to be like at with a longing need that turns into love as a result of it fears to develop into hate. — Thomas Mann (1875-1955) from Buddenbrooks

What kind of males favor the monotony of the ocean? These, I feel, who’ve regarded so lengthy and deeply into the complexities of the spirit, that they ask of outward issues merely that they need to possess one high quality above all: simplicity. — Thomas Mann (1875-1955) from Buddenbrooks

Soccer combines two of the worst issues about American life. It’s violence punctuated by committee conferences. — George Will (1941- )

The issue with the longer term is that it retains turning into the current. — Invoice Watterson (1958- ) from Calvin and Hobbes

No person makes a better mistake than he who did nothing as a result of he might solely perform a little. — Edmund Burke (1729-1797)

The “story” of 1’s life may be very marvelous. The educating that has enabled one, by means of God’s grace, to show others! How unfaithful any biography even an autobiography of any human being have to be! How a lot there’s which may by no means be advised besides to God, however on which all that’s actually life has depended. — Elizabeth M. Sewell (1815-1906)

It was his hopeless hope that someday he would have an expertise that might act on his life like alchemy, turning to gold all of the darkish metals of occasions, and from that revelation he would go on his manner wealthy with an inextinguishable pleasure. There had been, after all, no probability of his ever getting it. — Rebecca West (1892-1983) from The Return of the Soldier

Why did her tears divulge to me what I had realized way back, however had forgotten in my frenzied love, that there’s a draught that we should drink or not be absolutely human? I knew that one should elevate to at least one’s lips the wine of fact, heedless that it isn’t candy like milk however attracts the mouth with its energy, and rejoice communion with actuality, or else stroll ceaselessly queer and small like a dwarf. — Rebecca West (1892-1983) from The Return of the Soldier

The gods don’t go to you to remind you what you understand already. — Mary Stewart (1916- ) from The Crystal Cave

The vital issues in life, you do not make by forcing them and most of all no person fingers them to you and tells you to place them collectively in such-and-such a manner. You discover them. When you’re fortunate. Or generally, they discover you. They arrive to you within the night time, and when you have the braveness, you comply with them, over the hills and down the valleys, and also you by no means know the place they will lead, you solely know you wish to go along with them and keep there ceaselessly. — Jim Aikin (1948- ) from Statues

Life is horrifying generally. Do not let anyone inform you it is not. And do not let anyone inform you how one can reside it, both. You understand, everyone has their very own concepts on the way you must reside your life. They will inform you they know what’s finest for you, they usually’ll hold after you to attempt to make you imagine them. When instances are good, it is simple sufficient to do what you are advised. However when issues get scary, there’s just one factor you possibly can afford to take heed to. You need to take heed to your coronary heart. Your coronary heart is aware of what’s best for you. The difficulty is, generally your coronary heart would not speak very loud, and everyone else is shouting at you, and also you get confused. The factor to do while you get confused about what to do is get actual quiet and simply hear till you hear your coronary heart. — Jim Aikin (1948- ) from Statues

Aside from warfare, it is exhausting to consider any socially sanctioned customized as vicious as a students’ debate. — John Tierney (1953- )

While you die and meet your Creator, you aren’t going to be requested why you didn’t develop into the Messiah or discover some treatment for a wierd illness. You can be requested, “Why did not you develop into your self?” — Elie Wiesel (1928- )

Oh God, to succeed in the purpose of dying solely to search out that you’ve got by no means lived in any respect! — Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

As a Hopi, you lastly obtain maturity by initiation into a spiritual society; then you definately assume the total burden of being accountable to your creator. It’s then that you understand that every thing has a consequence and that in the event you transgress divine and social regulation, you accomplish that knowingly. — Abbot Sekaquaptewa ( -1992)

God be thanked, the meanest of his creatures boasts two soul-sides, one to face the world with, one to point out a lady when he loves her! — Robert Browning (1812-1889) from Man and Girl

Love is the irresistible need to be desired irresistibly. — Louis Ginsberg (1896-1976)

How we males, girls and youngsters take care of our properties can be a miniature reflection of how we should take care of Earth, our solely residence. — Doris Lund (1919-2003)

I firmly imagine that in the event you comply with a path that pursuits you, to not the exclusion of affection, sensitivity, and cooperation with others, however with the energy of conviction you could transfer others by your individual efforts, and don’t make success or failure the standards by which you reside, the probabilities are you will be an individual worthy of your individual respect. — Neil Simon (1927- )

When one door closes one other door opens; however we so usually look so lengthy and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we don’t see those which open for us. — Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922)

However the true remained the true, just like the flat, naked, oozy tide-mud, when the blue glowing wave, with all its firm of gliding boats and white-winged ships, its music of oars and chiming waters, has gone down, and there it lies, flat, slimy, naked exceedingly actual. In fact, in a novel, individuals’s hearts break, they usually die, and that’s the finish of it; and in a narrative that is very handy. However in actual life we don’t die when all that makes life vivid dies to us. There’s a most busy and vital spherical of consuming, consuming, dressing, strolling, visiting, shopping for, promoting, speaking, studying, and all that makes up what is usually referred to as dwelling, but to be gone by means of. — Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) from Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Life passes, with us all, a day at a time… so properly is the harp of human feeling strung that nothing however a crash that breaks each string can wholly mar its concord; and, on wanting again to seasons which in evaluation seem to us as these of deprivation and trial, we will do not forget that every hour, because it glided, introduced its diversions and alleviations, in order that, although not pleased wholly, we weren’t, both, wholly depressing. — Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) from Uncle Tom’s Cabin

There’s a form of magnificence so intense, but so fragile, that we can not bear to take a look at it. — Harriet Beecher Stowe, (1811-1896) from Uncle Tom’s Cabin

One clever particular person would not go quicker simply because twenty fools are nipping at his heels. — Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) from “1-999” in The Union Membership Mysteries

I don’t take into account myself an knowledgeable on the matter [of writing] and even educated about it. I take into account myself a “primitive” in that I’ve had no formal training within the topic, however have, as an alternative, been writing from an early age out of some internal intuition or compulsion, with out figuring out, exactly, what I’m doing. — Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) from Opus 300

High quality is remembered lengthy after value is forgotten. — Julian Morel

Coronary heart and head are focal factors of 1 physique, one character. — Stephen Jay Gould (1941-2002)

We hope to search out an unambiguous “starting of life” or “definition of dying”, though nature usually involves us as irreducible continua. — Stephen Jay Gould (1941-2002)

It is scary to suppose that you simply won’t know one thing, however extra scary to suppose that, by and huge, the world is run by individuals who have religion that they know precisely what’s going on. — Amos Tversky (1937-1996)

The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we’re beloved; beloved for ourselves, or moderately, beloved despite ourselves. — Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening while you’d have most popular to speak. — Doug Larson (1926- )

Ready is worse than figuring out. Grief rends the center cleanly, that it might start to heal; ready shreds the spirit. — Morgan Llywelyn (1937- )

Do not discover fault; discover a treatment. — Henry Ford (1863-1947)

The which means of life can’t be advised; it has to occur to an individual. — Ira Progoff (1921-1998)

There is a big asleep in every of us, and when that enormous awakes, miracles can occur. — Frederick Faust (1892-1944)

We achieve a real place in life solely by giving ourselves to others. — Frederick Faust (1892-1944)

If I’ve an artwork type of management, it’s to make as many errors as shortly as I can in an effort to be taught. — Unknown Government

At any time when I make a bum resolution, I simply exit and make one other one. — Harry S. Truman (1884-1972)

By no means lie in mattress at night time asking your self questions you possibly can’t reply. — Charles M. Schultz (1922-2000)

We do, by means of our fears, are likely to result in that which we worry probably the most. — Aaron T. Beck (1921- )

You do not ask no person to present what they cannot give, or be what they cannot be. You have learnt that, you bought a headstart on heartbreak. — Jack Farris (1921-1998) from The Abiding Gospel of Claude Dee Moran, Jr.

A profitable smile is the very best accent any gown ever had. — C. Terry Cline, Jr. (1935- )

Good instincts normally inform you what to do lengthy earlier than your head has figured it out. — Michael Burke

Deal with them fastidiously, for phrases have extra energy than atom bombs. — Pearl Strachan Hurd

The person who has no creativeness has no wings. — Muhammad Ali (1942- )

Ask God’s blessing in your work, however do not ask Him to do it for you. — Dame Flora Robson (1902-1984)

Laughter is a tranquilizer with no unintended effects. — Arnold H. Glasow (1905-1998)

Crucial issues in life aren’t issues. — Anthony J. D’Angelo

There isn’t a substitute for excellence. Not even success. — Thomas Boswell (1947- )

Might people who love us love us; and people who do not love us, could God flip their hearts; and if he would not flip their hearts, could he flip their ankles so we’ll know them by their limping. — Outdated Irish Curse

Higher be quarreling than lonesome. — Irish Proverb

Might you will have heat phrases on a chilly night, a full moon on a darkish night time, and a easy highway all the best way to your door. — Irish Toast

Deliver me your troubles early and you’ve got a companion find an answer. Deliver me a catastrophe late and you’ve got a choose. — Unknown (Attrib. James A. Preston)

There’s a notice of ache in spring’s track of pleasure, a notice of sorrow just like the whisper of the wind warning that spring is the briefest of the seasons. Poor spring, that frees the bud and units the time of inexperienced issues on its manner, however is not going to see the expansion and fullness of summer time nor the harvest of the autumn. Like youth, it’s so bursting with life, so wild and blustery, so loud and confused and but so candy, so beautiful, and like youth so quickly gone. Considering again on what we have been and the way we have been in these long- in the past springs, I’ve to smile. And looking out from a window thrown open to welcome winds colder than the winds of fall towards which they have been shut, I do know a second nearly of pity for all of the wild, candy, uncooked younger individuals at this greening time of 12 months, of their groping, their questioning, their uncertainty. However, oh, that I might be part of them, simply as soon as extra. — John Ed Pearce (1917-2006)

Doing as you want at all times prices you one thing. — Mary E. Pearce from Apple Tree Lean Down

Schooling is the flexibility to learn nearly something with out dropping your mood or your self-confidence. — Robert Frost (1874-1963)

What’s out of attain at all times appears the very best, whether or not it’s or not. — Mary E. Pearce, from The Two Farms

Folks with out hope for tomorrow have a really troublesome time dwelling for immediately. — Doug Kanney (1946- )

The guts just isn’t a knee that may bend. — Jane Yolen (1939- ) from The White Babe

Nothing on TV or elsewhere has improved on a very good story that begins: “As soon as upon a time…” — William J. Bennett (1943- )

Maybe we make marriage too sophisticated. Finally, it is only a relationship through which human beings attempt to discover launch and success they usually do not ask so very a lot. Simply to return first with somebody. To be wanted by somebody. And to listen to an occasional phrase of appreciation from that somebody. — Henry N. Ferguson

Adults are likely to repress their pleasure. Unhappy to say, I feel we develop into adults solely by means of disappointment, grief, and lies. So after all progressively we develop into robust, much less delicate. — Jean-Louis Gassee (1944- )

Productiveness, if we take it to imply an obsession with giant portions, just isn’t an operative idea in mental professions and within the service and communication sectors. — Jean-Louis Gassee (1944- )

Essentially the most lovely discovery true mates make is that they’ll develop individually with out rising aside. — Elisabeth Foley

There isn’t a shock extra magical than the shock of being beloved. — Charles Morgan (1894-1958)

Manners are the pleased manner of doing issues. — Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

Creativeness will usually carry us to worlds that by no means have been. However with out it, we go nowhere. — Carl Sagan (1934-1996)

Schooling just isn’t coaching however moderately the method that equips you to entertain your self, a buddy, and an thought. — Wallace Sterling (1906-1985)

Every particular person ought to work for himself. Usually talking, individuals work tougher in the event that they work voluntarily as an alternative of being advised to do one thing. They arrive to work to take pleasure in themselves, and that feeling results in innovation. — Soichiro Honda (1906-1991)

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