quotes on life2017


  1. A person having no sickness is happy and having no debts is rich.
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  3. A person I knew use to divide human beings into three categories Those who prefer have nothing to hide rather than being oblig~ed to lie, those who prefer lying to having nothing to hide, and finally those who like both lying and the hidden.
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  5. A person in business always talks about the key to success, but he who is truly successful unlocks the door for own and others right progress.
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  7. A person in danger should not try to escape at one stroke. He should first calmly hold his own, then be satisfied with small gains, which will come by creative adaptations.
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  9. A person is always ready to favour him from whom he received a gift in the past.
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  11. A person is always startled when he hears himself seriously called an old man for the first time.
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  13. A person is never happy except at the price of some ignorance.
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  15. A person is not ready to know if he knows that you know it.
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  17. A person is prudent if remains always an inquisitive student in the life’s school to learn to empower oneself from each experience of others and own.
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  19. A person is ruled by his/her own nature which in turn is governed by the mother nature.
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  21. A person may cause evil to others not only by his actions but by his inaction, and in either case he is justly accountable to them for the injury.
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  23. A person may say or share any number of posts/thoughts- nice or otherwise, but what actually s/he has sought in her/his life gets distinctly visible, much sooner than later, to the wise through the people around her/him on the physical ground as their nature defines he~r/his character better than any number of likes votes, support or the high position that her/his online quotes might have got.
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  25. A person of integrity oversees himself or herself. For Christians, the principle of integrity, what holds us together, is faith. The belief that a provident Go~d accompanies us on every step of life’s journey and in everything we do keeps us from doing anything that cannot be done in God’s company and with the help of His grace.
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  27. A person of intellect without energy added to it, is a failure.
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  29. A person often saying ‘I love you all’ to the people is just ensuring and assuring merely oneself each time that s/he is being liked by all as~ much as s/he loves only oneself.
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  31. A person only likes his friend to the degree he or she relates and connects to his character
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  33. A person reveals his character by nothing so clearly as the joke he resents.
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  35. A person should never try to change the STATE of the people’s mind that is blindfolded by the CAPITAL (money) because if done, then most hate him and others just state him A GONE CASE.
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  37. A person should want to live, if only out of curiosity.
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  39. A person shows himself through how he acts with others.
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  41. A person soon forgets about God as soon as he recovers from sickness.
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  43. A person speaks about his or her level of COMMON SENSE by showing the depth of reverence towards the kind of people whom he or she likes, but the width of his or her true intelligence is gauged correctly and only by one making in others life the real good difference.
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  45. A person starts to live when he can live outside himself.
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  47. A person travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.
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  49. A person usually has two reasons for d~oing something: a good reason and the real reason.

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  51. A person who aims at nothing is sure to hit it.
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  53. A person who always finds something wrong is most likely thinking wrong.
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  55. A person who becomes regularly and sensibly emotional in his words is often considered philosophical by the most people.
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  57. A person who burns from inside like the sun or a lamp can be a guiding light into others life and its luminous flux decides as ho~w much a preacher’s life is right; and the people who can’t or don’t, seem bright only to those who have mere eyesight without a vision inside but just a minuscule glare.
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  59. A person who can acquire no property, can have no other interest but to eat as much, and to labour as little as possible. Whatever ~work he does beyond what is sufficient to purchase his own maintenance can be squeezed out of him by violence only, and not by any interest of his own.
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  61. A person who can look inside into his soul sees then with his vision one and all standing outside around in support to him that they a~re only as truthful and trustworthy to him as he to all others.
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  63. A person who can think differently and truly on his feet will always find it difficult to sit and fit as an employee in a workplace, for his attitud~e & approach towards the work will often hit the ego of most co-workers who can’t compete with him on his level of wisdom and wit.
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  65. A person who can truly trust own self only knows who are not worth to trust really amongst the people.
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  67. A person who doesn't lose his wits over certain things has no wits to lose.
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  69. A person who gets more punishment than prize from~ most people around him/her for doing or saying things often right , is most likely to be truly bright and only an upright individual.
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  71. A person who goes for the morning walk in sleepers is likely to grasp the insightful things better on a sensitive-cum-sensible matter than one who goes for the~ walk with the shoes put on.
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  73. A person who has got almost all traits and attributes in-common with the people in his circle is just a follower and not a leader. He can be spotted at any level from top to bottom of the hierarchical ladder with some even whiling away~ their time by disturbing others.
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  75. A person who has no mind doesn’t mind how the world is shaping up all around and remains confined all the time within oneself only.
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  77. A person who has not done any good in his life dies like a beast.
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  79. A person who has not done one half his day's work by ten o clock, runs a chance of leaving the other half undone.
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  81. A person who has truly own mind can only find the news, which is worth watching and/or reading; other people can follow anything and confuse themselves and their compatible fellow anyway.
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  83. A person who is always nice is not always nice.
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  85. A person who is angry with one is angry with the other.
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  87. A person who is keen to see an ALIEN should start practising altruistic service towards others and soon, most people will make him feel and realise that he is from a different planet.
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  89. A person who is not ashamed will do whatever he wants.
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  91. A person who is not getting job for long only needs the righ~t opportunity to present himself through introduction ,but he who is in the same job for long requires the right and thorough introspection.
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  93. A person who is too nice an observer of the business o~f the crowd, like one who is too curious in observing the labor of bees, will often be stung for his curiosity.
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  95. A person who is true to himself likes and loves others for what they are and not what they have.
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  97. A person who is truly posit~ive will not merely advise others to ~stay away from the negative people ,but will also back-up own point with a solid action/reason somewhere as why s/he calls someone a toxic.
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  99. A person who keeps always his profile down-to-earth doesn't have to worry with those who surround or who to go around for he is likely to get only those who are of his ilk and the real worth on the ground.
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  101. A person who loves and kisses a tree is a normal person; a person who hates and cuts a tree is an abnormal person.
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  103. A person who loves only oneself attracts many towards him/her because the parity of people nature works in tandem; but one who stands unselfish in life distracts many and so he remains without any.
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  105. A person who makes few mistakes makes little progress.
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  107. A person who publishes a book appears willfully in public with his pants down.
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  109. A person who regularly says ‘Life is a Gift’ usually sees as an opportunity to enjoy it and often forgets own responsibility to lift other people up as a return gift to the GOD.
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  111. A person who requires others to fill in happiness in their lives or solely depends on others to full-fill their needs is a sign of a weak person.
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  113. A person who takes warning from the mishaps of others will always be happy.
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  115. A person who thinks that he knows some~thing better doesn’t know that his wife knows better than him.~
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  117. A person who trusts no one can't be trusted.
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  119. A person who wants nothing fears nothing.
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  121. A person will be call~ed to account on Judgement Day for every permissible thing he might have enjoyed but did not.
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  123. A person with the best strategy never gets angry.
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  125. A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs -- jolted by every pebble in the road.
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  127. A person without character is just as body without soul.
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  129. A person without Character is like a beautiful flower with no fragrance, IMHO. Beauty, knowledge and wealth become worthless in the absence of Character. Life loses its meaning forever, once the Character is lost or compromised.....just like a beautiful flower that has no fragrance.
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  131. A person without learning is like a beast dressed up in man’s clothes in the field.
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  133. A person's a person, no matter how small.
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  135. A person's mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions.
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  137. A person's own definition of leadership defines the glittering crown of his leadership.
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  139. A person's right to be human outweighs anybody's human rights to be religious.
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  141. A person's true friend is his own pur~e human feature and the surrounding mother nature
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  143. A person's value does not decrease by others inability to see his worth; but if the people continue this practice, then the volume of his~ morale does go down definitely with the passage of the time.
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  145. A person, who could not identify the people’s nature in the first introduction along with a few interactions with them later, needs to introspect oneself~ better than to accept others proper.
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  147. A persons behavior can only upset us to the degree t~hat we are identified to ourselves as "this way" or "that way."
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  149. A person’s own opinio~n is the best companion of his life, but first search it on web to ensure that it is truly his own and not others thrown or well known in one or other words form.

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  151. A person’s real attitude can be seen when he is in danger.
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  153. A person’s THOUGHT that does not make most people think that the life is miserable, has not been thought really well.
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  155. A pessimist finds the darkness around the light but an optimist becomes the light in the darkness.
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  157. A pessimist is a man who has been compelled to live with an optimist.
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  159. A pessimist is a person who has to listen to too many optimists.
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  161. A pessimist is correct oftener than an optimist, but an optimist has more fun - and neither can stop the march of events.
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  163. A pessimist is never disappointed.
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  165. A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.
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  167. A pessimist sees the difficulty in every oppo~rtunity, an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
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  169. A pessimist sees the difficulty i~n every opportunity; 
  170. an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
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  172. A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
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  174. A pessimist thinks everybody is as nasty as himself, and hates them for it.
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  176. A pessimist, confronted with two bad choices, chooses both.
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  178. A philosopher's mind is calm like the stillness of a river but goes deep like the depth of the sea
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  180. A Philosopher, well~-known for his quotes on the web, refuses to pay for his Espresso at Starbucks, because he believes in the freedom of espresso.
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  182. A photograph never grows old. You and I change, people change all through the months and years, but a photograph always remains the same. How nice to look at a photograph of mother or father taken many years ago. You see them as you remember them. But as people live on, they change completely. That is why I think a photograph can be kind.
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  184. A physicist is an atom's way of knowing about atoms.
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  186. A picture can say 1000 words but it can also inspire you to write 1000 more.
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  188. A piece of unsolicited humble advice to one who tries to brag the long tenure size with a single organization as his or her loyalty- Request pl~ease don’t misguide own co~nscience and observe the point of view of others who can see it only through their eyes.
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  190. A pile of rocks ceases to be a rock when somebody contemplates it with the idea of a cathedral in mind.
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  192. A pinch from a friend hurts more than a blow from an enemy.
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  194. A pint of sweat will save a gallon of blood.
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  196. A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood.
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  198. A pious man is one who would be an athiest if the king were.
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  200. A pitfall that most entrepreneurs face is that we become so absorbed in the day-to-day battle (and mind you, it's a glorious battle), that we lose sight of where we are and~ where we need to go. I believe an imperative for any entrep~reneur is to work 'on' the business as much or more so than 'in' the business.
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  202. A pity beyond all telling is hid in the heart of love.
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  204. A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it in his own image.
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  206. A place for everything and everything in its place.
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  208. A place where you can see a good view is also a good place to sit and dream!
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  210. A plague o' both your houses
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  212. A plan is just a tangent vector on the manifold of reality.
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  214. A plan is simply what you decide to consciously & consistently focus on.
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  216. A plane is a bad place for an all-out sleep, but a good place to begin rest and recovery from the trip to the faraway places you've been, a decompression chamber between Here and There. Though a plane is not the ideal place really to think, to reassess or reevaluate things, it is a great place to have the illusion of doing so, and often the illusion will suffice.
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  218. A platitude is simply a truth repeated until people get tired of hearing it.
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  220. A play visibly represents pure existing.
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  222. A playwright is the litmus paper of the arts. He's got to be, because if he isn't working on the same wave length as the audience, no one would know what in hell he was talking about. He is a kind of psychic journalist, even when he's great.
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  224. A pleasure is not full grown until it is remembered.
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  226. A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom.
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  228. A poem is never finished, only abandoned.
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  230. A poem is no place for an idea.
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  232. A poet is a bird of unearthly excellence, who escapes from his celestial realm arrives in this world warbling. If we do not cherish him, he spreads his wings and flies back into his homeland.
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  234. A poet is an unhappy being whose heart it torn by secret sufferings, but whose lips are so strangely formed that when the sighs and the cries escape them, they sound like beautiful music... and then people crowd about the poet and say to him: "Sing for us soon again;" that is as much as to say. "May new sufferings torment your soul."
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  236. A poet is someone who is astonished by everything.
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  238. A poet more than thirty years old is simply an overgrown child.
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  240. A poet must need be before his own age, to be even with posterity.
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  242. A poet that reads his verse in public may have other nasty habits.
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  244. A poet who reads his verse in public may have other nasty habits.
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  246. A poet's autobiography is his poetry. Anything else can be only a footnote.
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  248. A poet's first contract is with truth.
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  250. A poet's hope to be, like some valley cheese, local, but prized elsewhere.
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  252. A poet's pleasure is to withhold a little of his meaning, to intensify by mystification. He unzips the veil from beauty, but does not remove it.
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  254. A point in every direction is the same as no point at all.
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  256. A polite enemy is just as difficult to discredit, as a rude friend is to protect.
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  258. A politician is a person who can make waves and then make you think he's the only one who can save the ship.
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  260. A politician is a person who thinks twice before he says nothing.
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  262. A politician is a statesman who approaches every question with an open mouth.
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  264. A politician is an animal which can sit on a fence and yet keep both ears to the ground.
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  266. A politician is an arse upon which everybody has sat except a man
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  268. A politician is an ass upon which everyone has sat except a man.
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  270. A politician is like quicksilver if you try to put your finger on him, you will find nothing under it.
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  272. A politician plus zero is not equal to zero; it is something minus!
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  274. A politician thinks of the next election a statesman of the next generation.
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  276. A politician thinks of the next election a statesman, of the next generation.
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  278. A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman of the next generation.
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  280. A politician who has no compassion is nothing but an evil apparition; he is just a ghost, not a real man!
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  282. A politician will always tip off his true belief by stating the opposite at the beginning of the sentence. For maximum comprehension, do not start listening until the first clause is concluded. Begin instead at the word "but" which begins the second, or active, clause. This is the way to tell a liberal from a conservative -- before they tell you.
  283. Thus: "I have always believed in a strong national defense, second to none, but ... " (a liberal, about to propose a $20 billion defense cut).
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  285. A pool is, for many of us in the West, a symbol not of affluence but of order, of control over the uncontrollable. A pool is water, made available and useful, and is, as such, infinitely soothing to the western eye.
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  287. A poor fisherman who knows the beauties of the misty mornings is much richer than a wealthy man who sleeps till noon in his palace!
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  289. A poor fool indeed is he who adopts a manner of thinking (meant) for others!
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  291. A poor man who marries a rich woman is not his wife, but a ruler.
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  293. A poor man will be poor until the day he discovers that thinking doesn’t cost anything.
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  295. A poor man with nothing in his belly needs hope, illusion, more than bread.
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  297. A poor relation is the most irrelevant thing in nature, a piece of impertinent correspondence, an odious approximation, a haunting conscience, a preposterous shadow, lengthening in the noon-tide of our prosperity. He is known by his knock.
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  299. A poor surgeon hurts 1 person at a time. A poor teacher hurts 130.
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  301. A popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to Farce, or a Tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance. and a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.

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  303. A position is what you hold; a job is what you do.
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  305. A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.
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  307. A positive attitude, can turn a storm into a sprinkle.
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  309. A positive thinker/speaker always thinks/speaks positively even if/when he/she has come to a dead end. Are you one?
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  311. A positive thinker/speaker doesn't think/speak positively only when there is headway. Rather, he/she thinks/speaks positively at all times even if/when there is no headway at all. Are you one? Anyway, I'm one.
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  313. A positive thinker/speaker has an attitude of thinking/speaking positively even if/when he/she is at the end of the road. Are you one?
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  315. A posthumously, everyone loves us. (A titre posthume, - Tout le monde nous aime)
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  317. A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck.
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  319. A pragmatic leader's core job is not just to create more followers. Rather, it should be to create more leaders i.e. those who will take over from him/her. That's the way/what it should be.
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  321. A praiseful life is bound to end up a wondrous or wonderful life. Do I really need to prove that to you? O.K listen up and let's take biblical David as a case study. He (David) throughtout his lifetime was praiseful. I mean, he was accustomed to praising God. That's why, nobody ever praised God as he did. Oh! yes, David praised God wildly to the extent that he once danced naked before God while he was in the mood of praise. And just because of that single act. God took him to be a man after his own heart. Not only that, even till now. David is still the most celebrated king of Israel. No wonder, there was and there is still a city in Israel called king David's city. Now, that's just a tip of what a praiseful life can do or achieve. Therefore, this is a call to praise God as much as you can and as long as you live. Because, you should praise God tirelessly and ceaselessly too. For, if you refuse to praise him continually, then it's obvious you are taking him (God) for granted. But, never take God for granted. For, as far as I'm concerned. God is always worthy of our praises. Unless you think otherwise.
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  323. A prayer in its simplest definition is merely a wish turned Godward.
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  325. A preacher must be both soldier and shepherd. He must nourish, defend, and teach he must have teeth in his mouth, and be able to bite and fight.
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  327. A precedent embalms a principle.
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  329. A predetermined destiny does not exist; when a man is born, his life is open to all the possibilities; in other words, potentially, man has infinitely different destinies! All destinies are his probable destiny!
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  331. A preoccupation with the future not only prevents us from seeing the present as it is but often prompts us to rearrange the past.
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  333. A president either is constantly on top of events or, if he hesitates, events will soon be on top of him. I never felt that I could let up for a moment.
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  335. A President is best judged by the enemies he makes when he has really hit his stride.
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  337. A pretty woman is a welcome guest.
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  339. A primary function of art and thought is to liberate the individual from the tyranny of his culture in the environmental sense and to permit him to stand beyond it in an autonomy of perception and judgment.
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  341. A prince should therefore have no other aim or thought, nor take up any other thing for his study but war and it organization and discipline, for that is the only art that is necessary to one who commands.
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  343. A prisoner of love is a person who is passionately in love. Losing that passion will set him free
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  345. A proactive person needs no pressure to perform and an ineffective person offloads his pressure onto others to deform the positive work culture of the system. So practically, a progressive organization knows that no pressure environment plays a pivotal role to increase the productivity or proficiency of its workforce.
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  347. A problem clearly stated is a problem half solved.
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  349. A problem is a chance for you to do your best.
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  351. A problem well stated is a problem half solved.
  352. A problem-free life does not exist. If your life has no problems, you are not truly alive, and that’s a Big problem!-RVM
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  354. A process cannot be understood by stopping it. Understanding must move with the flow of the process, must join it and flow with it.
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  356. A process which led from the amoeba to man appeared to philosophers to be obviously progress -- though whether the amoeba would agree with this opinion is not known.
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  358. A professional is someone who can do his best when he doesn't feel like it.
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  360. A professor is one who talks in someone else's sleep.
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  362. A program is a spell cast over a computer, turning input into error messages.
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  364. A promiscuous person is someone who is getting more sex than you are.
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  366. A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain
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  368. A promise is meant to be kept/fulfilled and not at all to be broken. Yes! you heard me right. You shouldn't make any promise that you can't keep/fulfill. So, endeavour to fulfill all your promises no matter how or when you made them.
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  370. A promise made is a debt unpaid.
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  372. A prose writer gets tired of writing prose, and wants to be a poet. So he begins every line with a capital letter, and keeps on writing prose.
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  374. A prosperous fool is a grievous burden.
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  376. A proverb is a short sentence based on long experience.
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  378. A proverb is the wisdom of many and the wit of one.
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  380. A prudent man will not discover his poverty, his self-torments, the disorders of his house, his uneasiness, or his disgrace.
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  382. A prudent mind can see room for misgiving, lest he who prospers would one day suffer reverse.
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  384. A prudent question is one half of wisdom.
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  386. A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.
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  388. A psychiatrist is a fellow who asks you a lot of expensive questions your wife asks for nothing.
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  390. A psychic reading is not just about career opportunities, good fortune or meeting tall, dark strangers. It is a sacred portal to manifesting your true destiny.
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  392. A public man must never forget that he loses his usefulness when he as an individual, rather than his policy, becomes the issue.
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  394. A public opinion poll is no substitute for thought.
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  396. A pure drop of rain may fall on a beautiful water lily or on a dirty mud pond! This is exactly what happens when we are born!
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  398. A purpose of human life, no matter who is controlling it, is to love whoever is around to be loved.
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  400. A purpose-directed, disciplined action always bring success.

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  402. A quarrel is like buttermilk, the more you stir it, the more sour it grows.
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  404. A quarrel is quickly settled when deserted by one party there is no battle unless there be two.
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  406. A quotation in a speech, article or book is like a rifle in the hands of an infantryman. It speaks with authority.
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  408. A quotation in the right place at the right time is like water in a desert.
  409. ===============================
  410. A quotation, like a pun, should come unsought, and then be welcomed only for some propriety of felicity justifying the intrusion.
  411. ===============================
  412. A racehorse that consistently runs just a second faster than another horse is worth millions of dollars more. Be willing to give that extra effort that separates the winner from the one in second place.
  413. ===============================
  414. A ragged colt may prove a good horse. And so may an untoward slovenly boy prove a decent and useful man.
  415. ===============================
  416. A rainbow in the sky or a bird that can fly often create Joy that money can't buy!
  417. ===============================
  418. A rainbow is a storm's smile.
  419. ===============================
  420. A rainbow is storm's smile, and a pot of gold at the end of rainbow is your smile.
  421. ===============================
  422. A raise is like a martini it elevates the spirit, but only temporarily.
  423. ===============================
  424. A reactionary revolution is nothing but a high-speed evolution backwards!
  425. ===============================
  426. A reader who quarrels with postulates, who dislikes Hamlet because he does not believe that there are ghosts or that people speak in pentameters, clearly has no business in literature. He cannot distinguish fiction from fact, and belongs in the same category as the people who send checks to radio stations for the relief of suffering heroines in soap operas.
  427. ===============================
  428. A ready way to lose your friend is to lend him money. Another equally ready way to lose him is to refuse to lend him money. It is six of one and a half dozen of the other.
  429. ===============================
  430. A real Christian is a person who can give his pet parrot to the town gossip.
  431. ===============================
  432. A real gentleman, even if he loses everything he owns, must show no emotion. Money must be so far beneath a gentleman that it is hardly worth troubling about.
  433. ===============================
  434. A real leader faces the music, even when he doesn't like the tune.
  435. ===============================
  436. A real man is capable of controlling himself before he controls his children.
  437. ===============================
  438. A real poor person is the one who can’t promise anything.
  439. ===============================
  440. A real spy is an ethical believer in an incorporeal and ethical Deity.
  441. ===============================
  442. A really good picture looks as if it's happened at once. It's an immediate image....
  443. ===============================
  444. A really great man has always an idea of something greater than himself.
  445. ===============================
  446. A really great man is known by three signs... generosity in the design, humanity in the execution, moderation in success.
  447. ===============================
  448. A really great unfortunate person is one who cannot find water even in the sea.
  449. ===============================
  450. A reasonable amount o' fleas is good fer a dog-keeps him from broodin' over bein' a dog, mebbe.

  451. ===============================
  452. A reasonable probability is the only certainty.
  453. ===============================
  454. A recent government publication on the marketing of cabbage contains, according to one report, 26,941 words. It is noteworthy in this regard that the Gettysburg Address contains a mere 279 words while the Lord's Prayer comprises but 67.
  455. ===============================
  456. A reformer is one who sets forth cheerfully toward sure defeat.
  457. ===============================
  458. A Reggae education for a healing of the nation
  459. ===============================
  460. A regular royal queen
  461. ===============================
  462. a relationship is between one person and another
  463. ===============================
  464. A relationship is like a rose, How long it lasts, no one knows Love can erase an awful past, Love can be yours, you'll see at last To feel that love, it makes you sigh, To have it leave, you'd rather die You hope you've found that special rose, 'Cause you love and care for the one you chose.
  465. ===============================
  466. A religion old or new, that stressed the magnificence of the universe as revealed by modern science, might be able to draw forth reserves of reverence and awe hardly tapped by the conventional faiths.
  467. ===============================
  468. A religious awakening which does not awaken the sleeper to love has roused him in vain.
  469. ===============================
  470. A religious man is a person who holds God and man in one thought at one time, at all times, who suffers harm done to others, whose greatest passion is compassion, whose greatest strength is love and defiance of despair.
  471. ===============================
  472. A reporter is always concerned with tomorrow. There's nothing tangible of yesterday. All I can say I've done is agitate the air ten or fifteen minutes and then boom -- it's gone.
  473. ===============================
  474. A reputation for good judgment, for fair dealing, for truth, and for rectitude, is itself a fortune.
  475. ===============================
  476. A reputation once broken may possibly be repaired, but the world will always keep their eyes on the spot where the crack was.
  477. ===============================
  478. A resolution to avoid an evil is seldom framed till the evil is so far advanced as to make avoidance impossible.
  479. ===============================
  480. A resurrection waits in the future of all people, whether saved or lost, kingdom saints or the Body of Christ. 'Marvel not at this for the hour is coming, in which all that are in the graves shall hear His voice, and come forth they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life and they that have done evil, unto the resurrection of damnation' (Jn. 528, 29).
  481. ===============================
  482. A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or painting a picture, or doing embroidery; it cannot be so refined, so leisurely and gentle, so temperate, kind, courteous, restrained and magnanimous. A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another.
  483. ===============================
  484. A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having.
  485. ===============================
  486. A rich man has no need of character.
  487. ===============================
  488. A rich man is nothing but a poor man with money.
  489. ===============================
  490. A rich man without charity is a rogue; and perhaps it would be no difficult matter to prove that he is also a fool.
  491. ===============================
  492. A rich person may think anything he likes and the people are never going to deny anything on his face, but the fact remains the fact that none ever earns money, name and fame as a combo package in the life's game.
  493. ===============================
  494. A rich person who has no love in his heart is poorer than a poor person who has no money in his pocket.
  495. ===============================
  496. A rich widow weeps with one eye and signals with the other.
  497. ===============================
  498. A right word is the most direct route between two minds.
  499. ===============================
  500. A rioter with a Molotov cocktail in his hands is not fighting for civil rights any more than a Klansman with a sheet on his back and mask on his face. They are both more or less what the law declares them lawbreakers, destroyers of constitutional rights and liberties and ultimately destroyers of a free America.

  501. ===============================

  502. A rising tide lifts all boats.
  503. ===============================
  504. A river cannot boast to a sea.
  505. ===============================
  506. A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral.
  507. ===============================
  508. A rolling stone gathers no moss.
  509. ===============================
  510. A room without books is like a body without a soul.
  511. ===============================
  512. A rotten ship is not afraid of the storms!
  513. ===============================
  514. A royal garden is a very big place for slug, because slug is too slow, but it is small for a swallow which is too fast! Universe is a very big place for us simply because we are too slow! The day man becomes a swallow, universe will get smaller!
  515. ===============================
  516. A ruffled mind makes a restless pillow.
  517. ===============================
  518. A rumor is one thing that gets thicker instead of thinner as it is spread.
  519. ===============================
  520. A rumor without a leg to stand on will get around some other way.
  521. ===============================
  522. A rusty nail placed near a faithful compass, will sway it from the truth, and wreck the argosy.
  523. ===============================
  524. A rut is a grave with the ends knocked out.
  525. ===============================
  526. A sailor without a destination cannot hope for a favorable wind.
  527. ===============================
  528. A sane may distinguish the true believers in him from the horde of followers by differentiating who TRULY likes his own or others shared thoughts from those who MERELY like the beautiful picture that his quote poster has got.
  529. ===============================
  530. A satirist is a man who discovers unpleasant things about himself and then says them about other people.
  531. ===============================
  532. A schedule defends from chaos and whim.
  533. ===============================
  534. A scholar is just a library's way of making another library.
  535. ===============================
  536. A scholar knows no boredom.
  537. ===============================
  538. A scholar who cherishes the love of comfort is not fit to be deemed a scholar.
  539. ===============================
  540. A school cannot exist as a permanent form of education. It can only exist until the student discovers that they can learn more themselves from the real world. From that moment on the majority always look for the most promising place the highest wisdom outside of school, with the result of schooling always collapsing over lifes education.
  541. ===============================
  542. A schoolmaster should have an atmosphere of awe, and walk wonderingly, as if he was amazed at being himself.
  543. ===============================
  544. A science is any discipline in which the fool of this generation can go beyond the point reached by the genius of the last generation.
  545. ===============================
  546. A scientific man ought to have no wishes, no affections, -- a mere heart of stone.
  547. ===============================
  548. A scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.
  549. ===============================
  550. A scout troop consists of twelve little kids dressed like schmucks following a big schmuck dressed like a kid.
  551. ===============================
  552. A screaming comes across the sky
  553. ===============================
  554. A second wife is hateful to the children of the first a viper is not more hateful.
  555. ===============================
  556. A second wife
  557. is hateful to the children of the first;
  558. a viper is not more hateful.
  559. ===============================
  560. A sect or party is an elegant incognito devised to save a man from the vexation of thinking.
  561. ===============================
  562. A self-balancing, 28-jointed adaptor-based biped; an electro-chemical reduction plant, integral with segregated stowages of special energy extracts in storage batteries, for subsequent actuation of thousands of hydraulic and pneumatic pumps, with motors attached; 62,000 miles of capillaries....
  563. ===============================
  564. A selfish person always alters his/her principal according to his /her benefit.
  565. ===============================
  566. A sense of curiosity is nature's original school of education.
  567. ===============================
  568. A sense of duty is useful in work, but offensive in personal relations. People wish to be liked, not be endured with patient resignation.
  569. ===============================
  570. A sense of humor is a major defense against minor troubles.
  571. ===============================
  572. A sense of humor is just common sense dancing.
  573. ===============================
  574. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing.
  575. ===============================
  576. A sense of humor is part of the art of leadership, of getting along with people, of getting things done.
  577. ===============================
  578. A sense of humor is the ability to understand a joke and that the joke is oneself.
  579. ===============================
  580. A sense of share is not a bad moral compass.
  581. ===============================
  582. A sensible always knows that the pub~lic don’t care to a person who is not truly fair to oneself and others alike, even if any number of people is seem hanging around him or her anytime anywhere.
  583. ===============================
  584. A sensible man knows you can't please everybody. A wise man knows you can't please anybody.
  585. ===============================
  586. A serious problem in America is the gap between academe and the mass media, which is our culture. Professors of humanities, with all their leftist fantasies, have little direct knowledge of American life and no impact whatever on public policy.
  587. ===============================
  588. A set of rules laid out by professionals to show the way they would like to act if it was profitable.
  589. ===============================
  590. A severe though not unfriendly critic of our institutions said that the cure for admiring the House of Lords was to go and look at it.
  591. ===============================
  592. A sex symbol becomes a thing. I hate being a thing.
  593. ===============================
  594. A Shade upon the mind there passesAs when on NoonA Cloud the mighty Sun encloses.
  595. ===============================
  596. A ship in harbor is safe -- but that is not what ships are for.
  597. ===============================
  598. A ship in harbor is safe--- but that is not what ships are for.
  599. ===============================
  600. A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.
  601. ===============================
  602. A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for.
  603. ===============================
  604. A ship is always referred to as 'she' because it costs so much to keep one in paint and powder.
  605. ===============================
  606. A ship leaves no trace in the sea, ~but countless in your heart. In German: Ein Schiff hinterlässt keine Spur im Meer, aber unzählige im Herzen. This is how I heard it on a german radio station. Can anyone confirm this and give it a final correc~tion, plus let us know for sure where it´s from in Joseph Conrad´s work? Thomas, from Germany
  607. ===============================
  608. A short absence is the safest.
  609. ===============================
  610. A short pencil is better than a long memory.
  611. ===============================
  612. A short saying oft contains much wisdom.
  613. ===============================
  614. A show of daring oft conceals great fear.
  615. ===============================
  616. A sign of a celebrity is that his name is often worth more than his services.
  617. ===============================
  618. A sign of celebrity is that his name is often worth more than his services.
  619. ===============================
  620. A signature always reveals a man's character - and sometimes even his name.
  621. ===============================
  622. A silent mouth is sweet to hear.
  623. ===============================
  624. A silliest person is one who do not learn from his previous experiences.
  625. ===============================
  626. A simple act of kindness could be the source of great happiness.
  627. ===============================
  628. A simple and independent mind does not toil at the bidding of any prince.
  629. ===============================
  630. A simple dream, a simple thought, can generate actions to shake the world.
  631. ===============================
  632. A simple enough pleasure, surely, to have breakfast alone with one's husband, but how seldom married people in the midst of life achieve it.
  633. ===============================
  634. :
  635. A simple fact that is hard to learn is that the time to save money is when you have some.
  636. ===============================
  637. A simple lifestyle gives you freedom. An expensive lifestyle enslaves you. Create a simple lifestyle, regardless of how m~uch money you earn. Simple li~ving will remove unnecessary demands on your life and free your mind to make the right choices. Simplicity will reduces your stress and make you happier
  638. ===============================
  639. A simple way to be grateful is to close your eyes for a minute and think of those who never got a chance to open them. -RVM
  640. ===============================
  641. A sin is something which is not necessary.
  642. ===============================
  643. A single bad habit will mar an otherwise faultless character, as an ink-drop soileth the pure white page.
  644. ===============================
  645. A single conversation with a wise man is better than ten years of study.
  646. ===============================
  647. A single day is enough to make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller.
  648. ===============================
  649. A single day is enough to make us a little larger.
  650. ===============================
  651. A single death is a tragedy, a mi~llion deaths is a statistic.
  652. ===============================
  653. A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.

  654. ===============================

  655. A single event can shape our lives or change the course of history.
  656. ===============================
  657. A single fact can spoil a good argument.
  658. ===============================
  659. A single smile of man is a thousand defeat of the devil!
  660. ===============================
  661. A skilled teacher and a~ few good books can always cure ignorance.
  662. ===============================
  663. A slave begins by demanding justice and ends by wanting to wear a crown.
  664. ===============================
  665. A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions, not words, are the true criterion of the attachment of friends.
  666. ===============================
  667. A slight touch of friendly malice and amusement towards those we love keeps our affections for them from turning flat.
  668. ===============================
  669. A slip of the foot you may soon recover, but a slip of the tongue you may never get over.
  670. ===============================
  671. A slip of the tongue is not the fault of the mind a kick on the arse will bring back the mind
  672. ===============================
  673. A slipping gear in your M203 grenade launcher can cause it to fire when you least expect it. This could make you very unpopular with what is left of your unit.
  674. ===============================
  675. A small man is like a small dog, always barking about what he can do.
  676. ===============================
  677. A small rock holds back a great wave.
  678. ===============================
  679. A small town is a place ~where there is no place to go where you shouldn't.
  680. ===============================
  681. A smile can go a mile.
  682. ===============================
  683. A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.
  684. ===============================
  685. A smile is the dance of your soul.
  686. ===============================
  687. A smile on your face may delay sorrow for today and tomorrow.
  688. ===============================
  689. A smile takes but a moment, but the memory of it lasts forever.
  690. ===============================
  691. A smile that lights the face will also warm the heart.
  692. ===============================
  693. A smiling face is half the meal.
  694. ===============================
  695. A smiling lie is a whirlwind, easy to enter, but hard to escape.
  696. ===============================
  697. A smooth sea never made a skilled mariner.
  698. ===============================
  699. A smooth sea never made a skillful mariner, neither do uninterrupted prosperity and success qualify for usefulness and happiness. The storms of adversity, like those of the ocean, rouse the faculties, and excite the invention, prudence, skill and fortitude or the voyager. The martyrs of ancient times, in bracing their minds to outward calamities, acquired a loftiness of purpose and a moral heroism worth a lifetime of softness and security.
  700. ===============================
  701. A snake deserves no pity.
  702. ===============================
  703. A snake lurks in the grass.

  704. ===============================
  705. A sneer is often the sign of heartless malignity.
  706. ===============================
  707. A sobering thought what if, at this very moment, I am
  708. ===============================
  709. A society grows great when old men plant trees in whose shade they know they shall never sit.
  710. ===============================
  711. A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.
  712. ===============================
  713. A society like ~ours, which professes no one religion and has allowed all religions to decay, which indulges freedom to the point of license and individualism to the point of anarchy, needs all the support that responsible, cultivated homes can furnish. I h~ope your generation will provide a firmer shelter for civilized standards.
  714. ===============================
  715. A society of sheep must in time beget a government of wolves.
  716. ===============================
  717. A society person who is enthusiastic about modern painting or Truman Capote is already half a traitor to his class. It is middle-class people who, quite mistakenly, imagine that a lively pursuit of the latest in reading and painting will advance their status in the world.
  718. ===============================
  719. A society that presumes a norm of violence and celebrates aggression, whether in the subway, on the football field, or in the conduct of its business, cannot help making celebrities of the people who would destroy it.
  720. ===============================
  721. A society that puts equality... ahead of freedom will end up with neither.
  722. ===============================
  723. A society that thinks the choice between ways of living is just a choice between equally eligible 'lifestyles' turns universities into academic cafeterias offering junk food for the mind.
  724. ===============================
  725. A society which allows an abominable event to burgeon from its dung heap and grow on its surface is like a man who lets a fly cra~wl unheeded across his face or saliva dribble from his mouth -- either epileptic or dead.
  726. ===============================
  727. A society which has poor people on its streets is a failed society!
  728. ===============================
  729. A soft answer turneth away wrath.
  730. ===============================
  731. A soft answer turneth away wrath. Once wrath is looking the other way, shoot it in the head.
  732. ===============================
  733. A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
  734. ===============================
  735. A soldier told me if you ~hop up and down on 1 leg it makes you grow taller!
  736. ===============================
  737. A solitary, unused to speaking of what he sees and feels, has mental experiences which are at once more intense and less articulate than those of a gregarious man.
  738. ===============================
  739. A solitude is the audience-chamber of God.
  740. ===============================
  741. A sort of war of revenge on the intellect is what, for some reason, thrives in the contemporary social atmosphere.
  742. ===============================
  743. A soul without a high aim is like a ship without a rudder.
  744. ===============================
  745. A soulmate is someone that you are willing to share your soul with.
  746. ===============================
  747. A Soulution to Rubik's Cube is not a series of individual good guesses, each surmounting move has twelve to one odds against success. It is a series of perplexed movements or algorithms that form a coherent method of returning back to it's original (correct) state.
  748. ===============================
  749. A sound American is simply one who has put out of his mind all doubts and questionings, and who accepts instant~ly, and as incontrovertible gospel, the whole b~ody of official doctrine of his day, whatever it may be and no matter~ how often it may change. The instant he challenges it, no matter how timorously and academically, he ceases by that much to be a loyal and creditable citizen of the republic.
  750. ===============================
  751. A sound mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world.
  752. ===============================
  753. A spare tyre is something that you don't check until you have a punctured one.
  754. ===============================

  755. A special effect is a tool, a means of telling a story. A special effect without a story is a pretty boring thing.
  756. ===============================
  757. A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language.
  758. ===============================
  759. A special Providence protects fools, drunkards, small children and the United States of America.
  760. ===============================
  761. A specification that will not fit on one page of 8.5x11 inch paper cannot be understood.
  762. ===============================
  763. A spirit of national masochism prevails, encouraged by an effete corps of impudent snobs who characterize themselves as intellectuals.
  764. ===============================
  765. A sportsman is a man who, every now and then, simply has to go out and kill something.
  766. ===============================
  767. A stable Country equals a stable world
  768. ===============================
  769. A stalker only does to a celebrity what the celebrity's media company did to the stalker first.
  770. ===============================
  771. A star needs a star.
  772. ===============================
  773. A state is not a mere society, having a common place, established for the prevention of mutual crime and for the sake of exchange...Political society exists for the sake of noble actions, and not of mere companionship.
  774. ===============================
  775. A state that denies its citizens their basic rights becomes a danger to its neighbors as well: internal arbi~trary rule will be reflected in arbitra~ry external relations. The suppression of public opinion, the abolition of public competition for power and its public exercise opens the way for the state power to arm itself in any way it sees fit. A state that~does not hesitate to lie to its own people will not hesitate to lie to other states.
  776. ===============================
  777. A statesman is a politician who places himself at the service of the nation. A politician is a statesman who places the nation at his service.
  778. ===============================
  779. A statesman is a successful politician who is dead.
  780. ===============================
  781. A static hero is a public liability. Progress grows out of motion.
  782. ===============================
  783. A steam locomotive engineer is referred as a 'hogger'; Does this reference have to do with his 'lapping-up' many miles over the silver rails?
  784. ===============================
  785. A step towards complacency is a step towards mediocrity; a step towards diligence is a step towards brilliance.
  786. ===============================
  787. A step towards excellence is a m~ile towards success.
  788. ===============================
  789. A step towards love is a mile towards joy.
  790. ===============================
  791. A stern discipline pervades all n~ature, which is a little cruel that it may be very kind.
  792. ===============================
  793. A stiff apology is a second ins~ult. The injured party does not want to be compensated because he has been wronged he wants to be healed because he has been hurt.
  794. ===============================
  795. A stitch in time would have confused Einstein.
  796. ===============================
  797. A stomach without brea~d and a purse without gold have led to so many revolutions in history.
  798. ===============================
  799. A storm broke loose in my mind.
  800. ===============================
  801. A straight path never leads anywhere except to the objective.
  802. ===============================
  803. A strange and somewhat impassive physiognomy is often, perhaps, an advantage to an orator, or leader of any sort, ~because it helps to fix the eye and fascinate the mind.
  804. ================================

  805. A strange thing is m~emory, and hope one looks backward, and the other forward one is of today, the other of tomorrow. Memory is history recor~ded in our brain, memory is a painter, it paints pictures of the past and of the day.
  806. ================================
  807. A stranger who is kind is a kin~sman; an unkind kinsman is a stranger.
  808. ================================
  809. A straw vote only shows which way the hot air blows.
  810. ================================
  811. A street that you have never visited is a book that you have never read! You never know what you are missing!
  812. ================================
  813. A street without trees is a street only for the sick-minded people whose god is nothing but money!
  814. ================================
  815. A strict belief, fate is the worst kind of slavery; on the other hand there is comfort in the thought that God will be moved by our prayers.
  816. ================================
  817. A string of excited, fugitive, miscellaneous pleasures is not happiness happiness resides in imaginative reflection and judgment, when the picture of one's life, or of human life, as it truly has been or is, satisfies the will, and is gladly accepted.
  818. ================================
  819. A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercises, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun therefore be the constant companion of your walks.
  820. ================================
  821. A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures.
  822. ================================
  823. A strong defense is the surest way to peace. Strength makes detente attainable. Weakness invites war, as m~~m four very bitter experiences. Just as Americas will for peace is second to none, so will Americas strength be second to none. We cannot rely on the forbearance of others to protect this Nation. The power and diversity of the Armed Forces, acti~ve Guard a~nd Reserve, the resolve of our fellow citizens, the flexibility in our command to navigate international waters that remain troubled are all essential to our security.
  824. ================================
  825. A strong foe is better than a weak friend.
  826. ================================
  827. A strong man stands up for himself, a stronger man stands up for others.
  828. ================================
  829. A strong nation, like a strong person, can afford to be gentle, firm, thoughtful, and restrained. It can afford to extend a helping hand to others. It's a weak nation, like a weak person, that must behave with bluster and boasting and rashness and other signs of insecurity.
  830. ================================
  831. A strong number could be the final piece of the puzzle needed for the Fed to begin its rate hike in December,” said Farbod Mimeh, a dealer at London Capital Group. 
  832. ================================
  833. A strong positive mental attitude will create more miracles than any wonder drug.
  834. ================================
  835. A student is not a professional athlete. ... He is not a little politician or junior senator looking for angles ... an amateur promoter, a glad-hander, embryo Rotarian, caf-society leader, quiz kid or man about town. A student is a person who is learning to fulfill his powers and to find ways of using them in the service of mankind.
  836. ================================
  837. A student of wisdom becomes a professor of life.
  838. ================================
  839. A student who considers everybody and everything as a teacher will eventually be the teacher of the teachers!
  840. ================================
  841. A study of the history of opinion is a n~ecessary preliminary to the emancipation of the mind.
  842. ================================
  843. A stumble may prevent a fall.
  844. ================================
  845. A stupid man's report of what a cle~ver man says can never be accurate, because he unconciously translates what he hears into something he can understand.
  846. ================================
  847. A style does not go out of style as long as it adapts itself to its period. When there is an incompatibility bet~ween the style and a certain state of mind, it is never the style that triumphs.
  848. ================================
  849. A subject and a sovereign are clean different things.
  850. ================================
  851. A subtle thought that is in error may yet give rise to fruitful inquiry that can establish truths of great value.
  852. ================================
  853. A subtle-witted man is like an arrow, which, rending little surface, enters deeply, but they whose minds are dull resemble stones dashin~g with clumsy force, but never piercing.
  854. ================================

  855. A successful individual typically sets his next goal somewhat but not too much above his last achievement. In this way he steadily raises his level of aspiration.
  856. ================================
  857. A successful lie is doubly a lie; an error which has to be corrected is a heavier burden than the truth.
  858. ================================
  859. A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him.
  860. ================================
  861. A successful man is o~ne who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man.
  862. ================================
  863. A successful marriage depends upon two things: to find the right person and to be the right person.
  864. ================================
  865. A successful marriage is an edifice that must be rebuilt every day.
  866. ================================
  867. A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.
  868. ================================
  869. A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him or her.
  870. ================================
  871. A successful person is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at him.
  872. ================================
  873. A successful persons are those who pick up the lemons that life throws at them, and turn them into lemonade, lemon marmalade and crema di limoncillo. You hav~e to be smart and savvy to build a solid foundation usin~g the bricks that people throw at you. Success comes to only those who are smart to transform ever threat into a new opportunity, and overcome the adversity. Make a great day!
  874. ================================
  875. A sucking chest wo~und isn't as sexy as you might imagine based on the name. It's even sexier.
  876. ================================
  877. A sudden bold and unexpected question doth many times surprise a man and lay him open.
  878. ================================
  879. A Sunday school is a prison in which children do penance for the evil conscience of their parents.
  880. ================================
  881. A superior intellect & sensitive person is not often as comfortable and confident in public as the mediocre min~ds and/or bumptious people because ~he thoroughly knows that some will hate his understanding points sheer out of their jealousy, and others particularly duffers’ will discuss and debate about his points mere out of their level of understandin~g to put the basics out of context.
  882. ================================
  883. A SUPERIOR person reflects through his behaviour to be ranking himself inferior on being asked to rate the performance of candidates better than him. But in the same situation, the MEDIOCRE individuals remain unclear as what they are doing, whereas the INFERIOR people radiate an attitude of being happier as always and project foolishly themselves superior over all others.
  884. ================================
  885. A superstition is a premature explanation that overstays its time.
  886. ================================
  887. A supervisor strives to see the light at the end of the tunn~el and hope’s it’s not the light of an oncoming~ train. A bigger problem is to be a supervisor on the train and find that the tunnel has not been started yet. A f~ailing company is often referred to as a train wreck!
  888. ================================
  889. A suspicious mind always looks on the black side of things.
  890. ================================
  891. A swan is out of place among crows, a lion among bulls, a horse among asses, and a wise man among fools.
  892. ================================
  893. er than a sweet tongue.
  894. ================================
  895. A sweet thing, for whatever time, to revisit in dreams the dear dad we have lost.
  896. ================================
  897. A sweet thing, for whatever time,
  898. to revisit in dreams the dear dad we have lost.
  899. ================================
  900. A sweetheart is a bottle of wine, a wife is a wine bottle.
  901. ================================
  902. A sympathetic friend can be quite as dear as a brother.
  903. ================================
  904. A sympathetic Scot summed it all up very neatly in the remark, "You should make a point of trying every experience once, excepting incest and folk dancing.
  905. ================================


  906. A sympathetic Scot summed it all u~p very neatly in the remark, You should make a point of trying every experience once, excepting incest and folk dancing.
  907. ================================
  908. A synonym is a word you use when you can't spell the word you first thought of.
  909. ================================
  910. A Tablet a day and what I could do with my day was LIMITLESS!
  911. ================================
  912. A tactical retreat is not ~a bad response to a surprise assault, you know. First you survive. Then you choose your own ground. Then you counterattack.
  913. ================================
  914. A talent shines bright till he remains away from the limelight, because under the spotlight the glare of bulb and tube light dims his light.
  915. ================================
  916. A talent somewhat above mediocrity, shrewd and not too sensitive, is more likely to rise in the world than genius.
  917. ================================
  918. A tart temper never mellows with age, and a sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use.
  919. ================================
  920. A tart temper never mellows with age; and a sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use.
  921. ================================
  922. A taste for irony has kept more hearts from breaking than a sense of humor, for it takes irony to appreciate the joke which is on oneself.
  923. ================================
  924. A taste for simplicity cannot endure for long.
  925. ================================
  926. A teacher affects eternity he can ne~ver tell, where his influence stops.
  927. ================================
  928. A teacher affects eternity; He can never tell where his influence stops.
  929. ================================
  930. A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary.
  931. ================================
  932. A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on a cold iron.
  933. ================================
  934. A team effort is a l~ot of people doing what I say.
  935. ================================
  936. A technical objection is the first refuge of a scoundrel.
  937. ================================
  938. A technique succeeds in ma~thematical physics, not by a clever trick, or a happy accident, but because it expresses some aspect of a physical truth.
  939. ================================
  940. A test of what is real is that it is hard and rough. Joys are found in it, not pleasure. What is pleasant belongs to dreams.
  941. ================================
  942. A thankful heart is not on~ly the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.
  943. ================================
  944. A theory can be proved by experiment but no path leads from experiment to the birth of a theory.
  945. ================================
  946. A theory has only the alternative of being wrong. A model has a third possibility - it might be right but irrelevant.
  947. ================================
  948. A theory must be tempered with reality.
  949. ================================
  950. A theory of the middle class: that it is not to be determined by its financial situation but rather by its relation to government. That is, one could shade down from an actual ruling or governing class to a class hopelessly out of relation to government, thinking of government as beyond its control, of itself as wholly controlled by government. Somewhere in between and In gradations is the group that has the sense that gov't exi~sts for it, and shapes its consciousness accordingly.
  951. ================================
  952. A thick head can do as much damage as a hard heart.

  953. ================================

  954. A thing can be true and still be desperate folly.
  955. ================================
  956. A thing derided is a thing dead; a laughing man is stronger than a suffering man.
  957. ================================
  958. A thing is not nec~essarily true because a man dies for it.
  959. ================================
  960. A thing is not necessarily true because badly uttered, nor false because spoken magnificently.
  961. ================================
  962. A thing is not proved just because no one has ever questioned it. What has never been gone into impartially has~ never been properly gone into. Hence scepticism is the first step toward truth. It must be applied generally, because it is the touchstone.
  963. ================================
  964. A thing is right if it tends to preserve the stability, integrity, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong if it tends otherwise.
  965. ================================
  966. A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue, but moderation in principle is always a vice.
  967. ================================
  968. A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice.
  969. ================================
  970. A thing worth having is a thing worth cheating for.
  971. ================================
  972. A thinker sees his own actions as exp~eriments and questions--as attempts to find out something. Success and failure are for him answers above all.
  973. ================================
  974. A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom.
  975. ================================
  976. A thorn in your side is better than a thorn in your soul.
  977. ================================
  978. A thorough k~nowledge of the Bible is worth more than a college education.
  979. ================================
  980. A thought is often original, though you have uttered it a hundred times.
  981. ================================
  982. A thousand cups of wine do not suffice when true friends meet, but half a sentence is too much when there is no meeting of minds.
  983. ================================
  984. A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.
  985. ================================
  986. A threat is ~basically a means for establishing a bargaining position by inducing fear in the subject. When a threat is used, it should always be implied that the subject himself is to blame by using words such as "You leave me no other ~choice but to..."
  987. ================================
  988. A three-year diet of rubber chicken and occasional crow.
  989. ================================
  990. g who gets almost as much fun out of a fifty-six dollar set of swings as it does out of finding a small green worm.
  991. ================================
  992. A throw of the dice will never abolish chance.
  993. ================================
  994. A Tibetan proverb says that it is better to live for one day as a tiger than to live for a thousand years as a sheep. Well, I think the opposite, because the most important thing is to exist! Living sheep is superior to dead tiger!
  995. ================================
  996. A time will come when a politician who has wilfully made war and promoted international dissension will b~e as sure of the dock and much surer of the noose than a private homicide. It is not reasonable that those who gamb~le with mens lives should not stake their own.
  997. ================================
  998. A timid person is frightened before a danger, a coward during the time, and a courageous person afterward.
  999. ================================
  1000. A toddling little girl is ~a center of common feeling which makes the most dissimilar people understand each other.
  1001. ================================
  1002. A tool can only serve in pointing to a deeper truth. It is up to you to see, to teach yourself. Nevermind the rest, it is mere distraction.

  1003. ================================

  1004. A torn jacket is soon mended but hard words bruise the heart of a child.
  1005. ================================
  1006. A torn jacket is soon mended; but hard words bruise the heart of a child.
  1007. ================================
  1008. A tough lesson in life that one has to learn is that not everybody wishes you well.
  1009. ================================
  1010. A tower of strength....his name cowed whole provinces while he was yet scores of miles away'.
  1011. ================================
  1012. A trait no other nation seems to possess in quite the same degree that we do -- namely, a feeling of almost childish injury and resentment unless the world as a whole recognizes how innocent we are of anything but the most generous and harmless intentions.
  1013. ================================
  1014. A tram cannot discover every road! To discover every road, one must leave the predetermined roads!
  1015. ================================
  1016. A traveler must have the back of an ass to bear all,
  1017. a tongue like the tail of a dog to flatter all,
  1018. the mouth of a hog to eat what is set before him,
  1019. the ear of a merchant to hear all and say nothing.
  1020. ================================
  1021. A tree is known by its fruit a~ man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.
  1022. ================================
  1023. A tree is known by its fruit. A man by hi~s deeds. A good deed is never lost, he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.
  1024. ================================
  1025. A tree never grows overnight and a bird ~never straight soars to height. Progress is a steadfast process of change fro~m one state to another. Don't Jump the process & let get growth compromised, evolve seamlessly and get MickeyMized.
  1026. ================================
  1027. A tree never hits an automobile except in self defense.
  1028. ================================
  1029. A tree that allows birds to nest in it should never complain about its shred leaves.
  1030. ================================
  1031. A tree that grows in the shade of another one will die small.
  1032. ================================
  1033. A tree trunk the size of a man grows from a blade as thin as a hair. A tower nine stories high is built from a small heap of earth.
  1034. ================================
  1035. A true artist doesn't change with the times. A true artist is already way ahead of the times.
  1036. ================================
  1037. A true artist is born with a unique voice and cannot copy so he has only to copy to prove his originality.
  1038. ================================
  1039. inition ...... as its only you who knows who they are!!!!
  1040. ================================
  1041. A true friend is found on a wor~d definition and not on any world destination.
  1042. ================================
  1043. A true friend is somebody who can make us do what we can.
  1044. ================================
  1045. A true friend is someone who is there for you when he'd rather be anywhere else.
  1046. ================================
  1047. A true friend is someone who t~hinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.
  1048. ================================
  1049. A true friend is the greatest of all blessings, and that which we take the least care of all to acquire.
  1050. ================================
  1051. A true friend is the greatest of all blessings, and the one which we take the least thought to acquire.
  1052. ================================
  1053. A true friend is the most p~recious of all possessions and the one we take the least thought about acquiring.
  1054. ================================
  1055. A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths feels your fears but fortifies your faith sees your anxieties but frees your spirit recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possi~bilities.
  1056. ================================
  1057. A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths; feels your fears but fortifies your faith; sees your anxieties but frees your spirit; recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possibilities.
  1058. ================================
  1059. A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down.
  1060. ================================
  1061. A true friend stands with you no matter how outlandish the circumstances may seem at any give moment.
  1062. ================================
  1063. A true friend unbosoms freely, advises justly, assists readily, adventures boldly, takes all patiently, defends courageously, and continues a friend unchangeably.
  1064. ================================
  1065. A true guru is one who let's his student stand on his shoulders and look beyond, so share all knowledge and wisdom without hiding anything up your sleeve and MickeyMize everyone's life. Share this for as many for a carefree and an evolved society.
  1066. ================================
  1067. A true history of human events would show that a far larger proportion of our acts as the results of sudden impulses and accident, than of the reason of which we so much boast.
  1068. ================================
  1069. A true knowledge of ourselves is knowledge of our power.
  1070. ================================
  1071. A true leader is expected by God/populace to be as good as his/her words i.e. to fulfill all he/she has said that he/she will do.
  1072. ================================
  1073. A true leader is meant to be courageous/unyielding i.e. he/she should act and keep on acting in spite of challenges/tasks and without fear/favour.
  1074. ================================
  1075. A true leader is meant to be thinking/asking for what he/she can do for his/her subjects and not at all what his/her subjects can do for him/her.
  1076. ================================
  1077. A True Leader is often a Dealer of Dreams and Vision.
  1078. ================================
  1079. A true leader ought to be responsible and responsive too to the affairs/welfare/well-being of his/her followers/subjects.
  1080. ================================
  1081. A true leader ought to be taking his or her followers to where they actually need to be rather than to where they just want to be. Yes! and that's exactly what God (almighty) does. He is more concerned with taking you to where you really need to be in life rather than to where you merely want to be (mark you). ~Emeasoba George
  1082. ================================
  1083. A true leader ought to be taking his/her followers to where they need to be. Rather than to where they want to be.
  1084. ================================
  1085. A true leader ought to be thinking/asking of ways he/she can add more value and make more positive impact in the lives of his/her followers.
  1086. ================================
  1087. A true leader/love ought not to be self-seeking i.e. he/she ought not to be concerned with only his/her own welfare/well-being.
  1088. ================================
  1089. A true love is meant to love you only for who you are. And he or she should keep on loving you for who you are come what may.
  1090. ================================
  1091. A true love is never self-interested i.e. he/she doesn't pursue only his/her own personal interest at the expense of his/her love/spouse/partner.
  1092. ================================
  1093. A true love or an ideal love is never an illusion i.e. it's a reality. Although, it's now a rare bird i.e. it's uncommon nowadays.
  1094. ================================
  1095. A true love ought to love all until he/she gives them his or her all i.e. you've got to love everyone all-out. I mean, love all until you've love them with all you've got including your resources/riches/time/intellect/energy.
  1096. ================================
  1097. A true love ought to love all until he/she gives them his or her all i.e. you've got to love everyone all-out. I mean, love all until you've loved them with all you've got including your resources/riches/time/intellect/energy.
  1098. ================================
  1099. A true love ought to put up with your weaknesses, flaws, failures, short-comings, differences and what have you?
  1100. ================================
  1101. :
  1102. A true love/leader is expected/required to live for others and keep on living for others i.e. he/she should be and remain selfless/charitable/impactful/loveful.
  1103. ================================
  1104. A true love/leader ought to be positive/optimistic/inspiring/passionate/compassionate not just in his or her actions/lifestyle. But, also in his or her speeches/utterances/thoughts. Mind you, that doesn't mean a true love/leader should be sentimental. Don't misconcept me. I mean, do quote me right.
  1105. ================================

  1106. A true philosopher is like an elephant; he never puts the second foot down until the first one is solidly in place.
  1107. ================================


  1108. A true priest is aware of the presence of the altar during every moment that he is conducting a service. It is exactly the same way that a true artist should react to the stage all the time he is in the theater. An actor who is incapable of this feeling will never be a true artist.
  1109. ================================
  1110. A truer image of the world, I think, is obtained by picturing things as entering into the stream of time from an eternal world outside, than from a view which regards time as the devouring tyrant of all that is.
  1111. ================================
  1112. A truly creative person rids him or herself of all self-imposed limitations.
  1113. ================================
  1114. A truly elegant taste is generally accompanied with excellency of heart.
  1115. ================================
  1116. A truly great book should be read in youth, again in maturity and once more in old age, as a fine building should be seen by morning light, at noon and by moonlight.
  1117. ================================
  1118. A truly great man never puts away the simplicity of a child.*
  1119. ================================
  1120. A truth that's told with bad intent, Beats all the lies you can invent.
  1121. ================================
  1122. A truthful enemy is better than a deceitful friend.
  1123. ================================
  1124. A turkey never voted for an early Christmas.
  1125. ================================
  1126. A turtle with no legs tends not to go anywhere.
  1127. ================================
  1128. A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious. On the other hand, they do less easily move against him, believing that he has the gods on his side.
  1129. ================================
  1130. A united army of sheep can defeat a divided army of wolves.
  1131. ================================
  1132. A university anywhere can aim no higher than to be as British as possible for the sake of the undergraduates, as German as possible for the sake of the public at large-and as confused as possible for the preservation of the whole uneasy balance.
  1133. ================================
  1134. A university is not a service station. Neither is it a political society, nor a meeting place for political societies. With all its limitations and failures, and they are invariably many, it is the best and most benign side of our society insofar as that society aims to cherish the human mind.
  1135. ================================
  1136. A university is what a college becomes when the faculty loses interest in students.
  1137. ================================
  1138. A university's essential character is that of being a center of free inquiry and criticism-a thing not to be sacrificed for anything else.
  1139. ================================
  1140. A useful definition of liberty is obtained only by seeking the principle of liberty in the main business of human life, that is to say, in the process by which men educate their responses and learn to control their environment.
  1141. ================================
  1142. A user interface should be so simple that a beginner in an emergency can understand it within ten seconds.
  1143. ================================
  1144. A vacant mind is open to all suggestions, as the hollow mountain returns all sounds.
  1145. ================================
  1146. A vacation frequently means that the family goes away for a rest, accompanied by mother, who sees that the others get it.
  1147. ================================
  1148. A vacuum is a hell of a lot better than some of the stuff that nature replaces it with.
  1149. ================================
  1150. A vein of poetry exists in the hearts of all men.
  1151. ================================
  1152. A venturesome minority will always be eager to get off on their own... let them take risks, for Godsake, let them get lost, sunburnt, stranded, drowned, eaten by bears, buried alive under avalanches- that is the right and privilege of any free American.
  1153. ================================
  1154. A verb has a hard enough time of it in this world when it is all together. It's downright inhuman to split it up. But that's what those Germans do. They take part of a verb and put it down here, like a stake, and they take the other part of it and put it a way over yonder like another stake, and between these two limits they just shovel in German.
  1155. ================================
  1156. A verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's written on.

  1157. ================================
  1158. A very ancient and fish-like smell.
  1159. ================================
  1160. A very important lesson for Leaders comes from children's fairytale 'The Little Mermaid'. You should always be yourself rather than trying to be someone else, particularly an impossible ideal that exists only in your imagination. The Little Mermaid changed herself to become a human so as to win her Prince’s love, and yet the Prince married someone else. That's life! In my view, Leaders should always strive to be natural and proud of who they are.
  1161. ================================
  1162. A very large amount of human suffering and frustration is caused by the fact that many men and women are not content to be the sort of beings that God has made them, but try to persuade themselves that they are really beings of some different kind.
  1163. ================================
  1164. A very small degree of hope is sufficient to cause the birth of love.
  1165. ================================
  1166. A very wise quote is a spectacular waterfall! When you see it, you feel its power!
  1167. ================================
  1168. A vessel's beauty does not determine how much water it carries.
  1169. ================================
  1170. A victim mentality is a prolonged form of suicide."
  1171. ================================
  1172. A victory which is not honorable is nothing but a defeat!
  1173. ================================
  1174. A villain must be a thing of power, handled with delicacy and grace. He must be wicked enough to excite our aversion, strong enough to arouse our fear, human enough to awaken some transient gleam of sympathy. We must triumph in his downfall, yet not barbarously nor with contempt, and the close of his career must be in harmony with all its previous development.
  1175. ================================
  1176. A violent wind does not last for a whole morning...
  1177. ================================
  1178. A virgin woman has saved France as a virgin man has saved all mankind. (Une pucelle a sauvé la France, - Comme Un puceau a sauvé tous les hommes.)
  1179. ================================
  1180. A vision without action is called a daydream; but then again, action without a vision is called a nightmare.
  1181. ================================
  1182. A visionless person is a futureless person. Yes! for until and unless you're a visionary, you will hardly utilize and maximize the ~future ahead of you. Thus, you've got to be a visionary and dare to pursue your visions tirelessly until you realize them.
  1183. ================================
  1184. A visionless person is a futureless person. Yes! for until/unless you're a visionary you will hardly utilize/maximize~ the future ahead of you.
  1185. ================================
  1186. A visionless person is a purpose~less person. Yes! besides that, a visionless life is equally not worth living at all. Thus, you've got to be a visionary, as well discover and fulfill your purpose for being here (on earth). ~Emeasoba George
  1187. ================================
  1188. A vote is a commitment, a mandate a trust.
  1189. ================================
  1190. A vote is like a rifle: its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.
  1191. ================================
  1192. A vulgar mind is proud in prosperity and humble in adversity. A noble mind is humble in prosperity and proud in adversity.
  1193. ================================
  1194. A waist is a terrible thing to mind.
  1195. ================================
  1196. A walk with God almighty is a walk into a glorious future/end.
  1197. ================================
  1198. A Warm Welcome to my biodata/biographical data. I'm a Nigerian/Nigerian-born philosopher/a global motivator & inspirer/a critical thinker/a hopeful visionary/a quote machine/a realist/an optimist to the ~ore/a die hard posi~tivist/a proficient, versatile and incredible writer of great insight/an awesome counsellor/an uncommon mentor/a w~y numerous thought-provoking quotes are already published with my name Emeasoba
  1199. ================================
  1200. A Warm Welcome to my biodata/biographical data. I'm a Nigerian/Nigerian-born philosopher/a global motivator & inspirer~/a critical thinker/a hopeful visionary/a quote machine/a realist/an optimist to the core/a die hard positivist/a proficient, ver~satile and incredible writer of great insight/an awesome counsellor/an uncommon mentor/a would-be entrepreneur, motivational speaker, orator, pastor, professor and author
  1201. ================================
  1202. A warrior of light knows that he will hear an order in the silence of his heart that will guide him.
  1203. ================================
  1204. A weak man has doubts before a decision, a strong man has them afterwards.
  1205. ================================
  1206. A weak mind has everything to fear and nothing to dare. A bold mind is enthusiastic; it is ready to dare and has no time for fear.

  1207. ================================

  1208. A weak mind is like a microscope, which magnifies trifling things but cannot receive great ones.
  1209. ================================
  1210. A weapon is a device for making your enemy change his mind.
  1211. ================================
  1212. A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity. The order varies for any give~n year.
  1213. ================================
  1214. A weed is just a plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.
  1215. ================================
  1216. A week is a long time in politics.
  1217. ================================
  1218. A well cultivated mind is made up of all the minds of preceding ages; it is only the one single mind educated by all previous time.
  1219. ================================
  1220. A well educated man with an
  1221. ================================
  1222. ================================
  1223. A well frog knows nothing of the ocean for it is bound by its space. The Spring insect knows nothing of the Winter because i~t is bound to a single season.
  1224. ================================
  1225. A well paid garbage man smells of success.
  1226. ================================
  1227. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
  1228. ================================
  1229. A well written life is almost as rare as a well spent one.
  1230. ================================
  1231. A well-developed sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to your steps as you walk the tightrope of life.
  1232. ================================
  1233. A well-known scientist (some say it was Bertrand Russell) once gave a public lecture on astronomy. He described how the earth orbits around the sun and how the sun, in turn, orbits around the center of a vast collection of stars called our galaxy. At th~e end of the lecture a little old lady a~t the back of the room~ got up and said 'What you have told us is rubbish. The world is really a flat plate supported on the back of a giant tortoise.' The scientist gave a superior smile before replying, 'What is the turtle standing on' 'You're very clever, young man, very clever,' said the little old lady. 'But it's turtles all the way down.'
  1234. ================================
  1235. A well-run restaurant is like a winning baseball team. It makes the most of every crew member's talent and tak~es advantage of every split-second opportunity to speed up service.
  1236. ================================
  1237. A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life.
  1238. ================================
  1239. A well-written life is almost as rare as a well-spent one.
  1240. ================================
  1241. A white wall is the fool's paper.
  1242. ================================
  1243. A whole is that which has beginning, middle and end.
  1244. ================================
  1245. A wholistic way to overcome adversity is just to perceive/undertake it as a task, which must be tackled & conquered at all cost.
  1246. ================================
  1247. A wicked mortal is not the idea of God. He is little else than the expression of error. To suppose that sin, lust, hatred, envy, hypocr~isy, revenge, have life abiding in them, is a terrible mistake. Life and Life's idea, Truth and Truth's idea, never make men sick, sinful, or mortal.
  1248. ================================
  1249. A wide screen just makes a bad film twice as bad.
  1250. ================================
  1251. A widow is a fascinating being with the fl~avor of maturity, the spice of experience, the piquancy of novelty, the tang of practiced coquetry, and the halo of one man's approval.
  1252. ================================
  1253. A wife can go to any ~extent of upsetting own world, others world and even this whole world than accepting first ever with own word her fault or follies to her husband; and her mother is always there in her support.
  1254. ================================
  1255. A wife often complains of having the headache in the night time on not being a headache to her husband in the daytime.
  1256. ================================
  1257. A wife’s advice is not worth much, but woe to the husband who refuses to take it.
  1258. ================================

  1259. A will finds a way.
  1260. ================================
  1261. A wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away and all the leaves away, and the trees stand. I think, I too, h~ave known autumn too long.
  1262. ================================
  1263. A winner keeps playing until the winning shot.
  1264. ================================
  1265. A winner never quits and a quitter never wins!
  1266. ================================
  1267. A winner never whines.
  1268. ================================
  1269. A wise architect observed that you could break the laws of architectural art provided you had mastered them first. That would apply to religion as well as to art. Ignorance of the past does not guarantee freedom from its imperfections.
  1270. ================================
  1271. A wise beautiful lake never desires to be famous, because fame dirty it! To remain pure, distance yourself from the reputation!
  1272. ================================
  1273. A wise doesn’t need advice or action of the people to know their true intention; because a sane can gauge it by mere observ~ation of the attitude, good or bad, of their close companion towards others.
  1274. ================================
  1275. A wise man adapts himself to circumstances, as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it.
  1276. ================================
  1277. A wise man can see more from the bottom of a well than a fool can from a mountain top .
  1278. ================================
  1279. A wise man can see m~ore from the bottom of a well than a fool can from a mountain top.
  1280. ================================
  1281. A wise man cares not for that which he cannot have.
  1282. ================================
  1283. A wise man first thinks and then speaks and a fool speaks first and then thinks.
  1284. ================================
  1285. A wise man first thinks and then speaks and a fool speaks first and then thinks.
  1286. ================================
  1287. A wise man gets more use from his enemies than a fool from his friends.
  1288. ================================
  1289. A wise man is a student though he is a teacher.
  1290. ================================
  1291. A wise man is he who does not grieve for the thing which he has not, but rejoices for those which he has.
  1292. ================================
  1293. A wise man is never to sure of what he knows to be true.
  1294. ================================
  1295. A wise man is superior to any ins~ults which can be put upon him, and the best reply to unseemly behavior is patience and moderation.
  1296. ================================
  1297. A wise man keeps secrets in his heart a foolish man tells tales.
  1298. ================================
  1299. A wise man learns from his m~istakes, but a wiser man learns from someone else's.
  1300. ================================
  1301. A wise man looks upon men as he does on horses; all their comparisons of title, wealth, and place, he consider but as harness.
  1302. ================================
  1303. A wise man makes his own decisions, an ignorant man follows the public opinion.
  1304. ================================
  1305. :
  1306. A wise man o~nce said that a person is known by the company he keeps, but could then also add that the character of the company is known by the people it keeps for the longest days, especially at the strategic decision making~ level.
  1307. ================================
  1308. A wise man ought always to follow the paths beaten by great men, and to imitate those who have bee~n supreme, so that if his ability does not equa~ theirs, at least it will savor of it. Let him act like the clever archers who, designing to hit the mark which yet appe~ars too far distant, and knowing the limits to which the strength of their bow attains, take aim much higher than the mark, not to reach by~ their strength or arrow to so great a height, but to be able with the aid of so high an aim to hit the mark they wish to reach.
  1309. ================================
  1310. A wise man sees as much as he ought, not as much as he can.
  1311. ================================
  1312. A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.
  1313. ================================
  1314. A wise man should have money in his head, but not in his heart.
  1315. ================================
  1316. A wise man should never resolve upon anything, at least, never let the world know his resolution, for if he cannot reach that he is ashamed.*
  1317. ================================
  1318. A wise man takes a step at a time; he establishes one foot before he takes up the other: an old place should not be forsaken recklessly.
  1319. ================================
  1320. A wise man will make haste to forgive, because he knows the full value of time and will not suffer it to pass away in unnecessary pain.
  1321. ================================
  1322. A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.
  1323. ================================
  1324. A wise man will see to it that his acts always seem voluntary and not done by compulsion, however much he may be compelled by necessity.
  1325. ================================
  1326. A wise man's question contains half the answer.
  1327. ================================
  1328. A wise old owl sat upon an oak The more he saw the less he spoke The less he spoke the more he heard Why aren't we like th~at wise old bird
  1329. ================================
  1330. A wise parent humors the des~ire for independent action, so as to become the friend and advisor when his absolute rule shall cease.
  1331. ================================
  1332. A wise person identifies the peop~le’s true nature even with their words being shown nice; but to the foolish people, even a person’s deeds being seen nice of true nature are insufficient to identify him.
  1333. ================================
  1334. A wise quote c~an only change a wise man! Therefore, wise sayings are for the wise men, not for the fools! The sunflowers turn their face toward the Sun, the fools, toward the darkness!
  1335. ================================
  1336. A wise quote may not be famous and a famous quote may not be wise! Stick to the wise as the other one is just a bubble!
  1337. ================================
  1338. A wise system of education will at last teach us how little man yet knows, how much he has still to learn.
  1339. ================================
  1340. A wise woman never yields by appointment. It should always be an unforeseen happiness.
  1341. ================================
  1342. A wisely chosen illustration is almost essential to fasten the truth upon the ordinary mind, and no teacher can afford to neglect this part of his preparation.
  1343. ================================
  1344. A wit should no more be sincere, than a woman constant; one argues a decay of parts, as to other of beauty.
  1345. ================================
  1346. A witty saying proves nothing.
  1347. ================================
  1348. A wizard cannot do e~verything; a fact most magicians are reticent to admit, let alone discuss with prospective clients. Still, the fact remains that there are certain objects, and people, that are, for one reason or another, comple~tely immune to any ~direct magical spell. It is for this group of beings that the magician learns the subtleties of using indirect spells. It also does no harm, in dealing with these matters, to carry a large club near your person at all times.
  1349. ================================
  1350. A wizard is never late, nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to.
  1351. ================================
  1352. A woman always wants to change her man but a man wants her to be unchanged.
  1353. ================================
  1354. A woman can be judged by her cooking, her dressing and her husband.
  1355. ================================
  1356. A woman can forgive a man for the harm he does her...but she can never forgive him for the sacrifices he makes on her account.
  1357. ================================
  1358. A woman can love twice in her lifetime the first time with innocence and the second time with her heart afte~r that there is nothing left
  1359. ================================
  1360. A woman gets into a relationship~ hoping to change the man. A man gets into a relationship hoping that the woman doesn't change. Both realize how gravely mistaken they are
  1361. ================================
  1362. A woman has either something to put on or nothing to take off.
  1363. ================================
  1364. A woman is a loving mother, a gorgeous daughter, and beautiful angel of imagination.
  1365. ================================
  1366. A woman is a mother, daughter, and sister of every man; how she could be wrong?
  1367. ================================
  1368. A Woman is home caring for her children! even if she can't. Trapped in this well-built trap, A Woman blames her mother for luring her int~o it, while ensuring that her own daughter never gets out; she recoils from the idea of sisterhood and doesn't believe women have friends, because it probably mea~ns something unnatural, and anyhow, A Wo~man is afraid of women. She's a male construct, and she's afraid women will deconstruct her. She's afraid of everything, because she can't change. Thighs forever thin and shining hair and shining teeth and she's my Mom, too, all seven percent of her. And she never grows old.
  1369. ================================
  1370. A woman is like a tea bag- you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water.
  1371. ================================
  1372. A woman is like a tea bag--you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
  1373. ================================
  1374. A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
  1375. ================================
  1376. A woman knows the face of the man she loves like a sailor knows the open sea.
  1377. ================================
  1378. A woman of honor should not expect of others things she would not do herself.
  1379. ================================
  1380. A woman one loves rarely suffices for all our needs, so we deceive her with another whom we do not love.
  1381. =================~===============
  1382. A woman seldom asks advice before she has bought her wedding clothes.
  1383. ================================
  1384. A woman should never be trusted with money.
  1385. ================================
  1386. A woman trash is another one treasure.
  1387. ================================
  1388. A woman who loo~s like a girl and thinks like a man is the best sort, the most enjoyable to be and the most pleasurable to have and to hold.
  1389. ================================
  1390. A woman who thinks she is intelligent demands the same rights as man. An intelligent woman gives up.
  1391. ================================
  1392. A woman who wants to be treated like a Queen can neither like nor ask a man to go down on his knees to~ propose his love for her; because upon bowing down before her by him, he will then never be respected as Kin~g by the intelligent people as the prestige of an emperor is measured always by his capacity & capability to stand on his two feet.
  1393. ================================
  1394. A woman will buy anything she thinks the store is losing money on.
  1395. ================================
  1396. A woman will not throw a~way a garland, though soiled, which her lover gave: not in the object lies a present?s worth, but in the love which it was meant to mark.
  1397. ================================
  1398. A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.
  1399. ================================
  1400. A woman's always yo~unger than a man of equal years.
  1401. ================================
  1402. A woman's best love letters are always written to the man she is betraying.
  1403. ================================
  1404. A woman's life is a history of the affections.
  1405. ================================
  1406. A woman, especiall~y, if she have the misfortune of knowing anything, should conceal it as well as she can.




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