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In a fast descending balloon were dual men.
One watched a earth removing over and over away.
One watched a stars removing nearer and nearer.
~George Jean Nathan, “Viewpoint,” A Book Without a Title, 1918

If we do not lift your eyes we will consider that we are a top point. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

In a participation of eternity, a plateau are as transitory as a clouds. ~Robert Green Ingersoll

There are truths on this side of a Pyrénées, that are falsehoods on a other. ~Blaise Pascal

So mostly in life a new section awaits. You float off into a nightfall and learn it’s a sunrise. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

What if when we die, they ask “How was heaven?” ~Author Unknown

Advice to children channel a street: damn a lights. Watch a cars. The lights ain’t never killed nobody. ~Moms Mabley

The titillate to save amiability is roughly always customarily a false-face for a titillate to sequence it. ~H.L. Mencken, Minority Report, 1956

Inside my dull bottle we was constructing a beacon while all a others were creation ships. ~Charles Simic

The star is spin and a place that competence seem like a finish competence also be customarily a beginning. ~Ivy Baker Priest

Won’t we come into a garden? we would like my roses to see you. ~Richard Brinsley Sheridan

People who demeanour by keyholes are good to get a suspicion that many things are keyhole shaped. ~Author Unknown

I am cumulative to a earth to compensate for a leisure of my eyes. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

No vigilant is mysterious. The poser is your eye. ~Elizabeth Bowen, The House in Paris, 1935

Sin is geographical. ~Bertrand Russell

I consider in terms of a day’s resolutions, not a years’. ~Henry Moore

Set out from any point. They are all alike. They all lead to a indicate of departure. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

Someone said, “The upheld writers are remote from us given we know so many some-more than they did.” Precisely, and they are that that we know. ~T.S. Eliot

Immorality: The probity of those who are carrying a improved time. ~H.L. Mencken

A genuine loyalist is a associate who gets a parking sheet and rejoices that a complement works. ~Bill Vaughan

In sequence for something to spin clean, something else contingency spin dirty. ~Imbesi’s Conservation of Filth Law

If you’re being run out of town, get in front of a throng and make it demeanour like a parade. ~Author Unknown

Do not call any work basic until we have watched a unapproachable chairman do it. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Chaos is a name for any sequence that produces difficulty in a minds. ~George Santayana

The impulse one gives tighten courtesy to any thing, even a blade of weed it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably pretentious star in itself. ~Henry Miller

All honor’s wounds are self-inflicted. ~Andrew Carnegie

The rivalry is anybody who’s going to get we killed, no matter that side he’s on. ~Joseph Heller, Catch-22

He is my biggest sympathiser who wishes me not customarily all attainment, though many defeat. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Prayer, 1904

There’s no such thing as bragging. You’re possibly fibbing or reason a truth. ~Al Oliver

A penny will censor a biggest star in a Universe if we reason it tighten adequate to your eye. ~Samuel Grafton

Is a potion half empty, half full, or twice as vast as it needs to be? ~Author Unknown

If a customarily apparatus we have is a hammer, we tend to see any problem as a nail. ~Abraham Maslow

Don’t consider of organ donations as giving adult prejudiced of yourself to keep a sum foreigner alive. It’s unequivocally a sum foreigner giving adult roughly all of themselves to keep prejudiced of we alive. ~Author Unknown

Be clever how we conclude a world: It is like that. ~Erich Heller

Proverbs for Paranoids, 3: If they can get we seeking a wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers. ~Thomas Pynchon, Jr., Gravity’s Rainbow, 1973

Astronomers always work in a past; given light takes time to pierce from one place to another, they see things as they were, not as they are. ~Neale E. Howard, The Telescope Handbook and Star Atlas, 1967

Each act is virgin, even a steady ones. ~René Char

As a male thinketh in his heart, so is he. As a male sees in his heart, so he sees. Through soiled windows, lenses, senses, we see things not as they are though as we are. ~Jersey Journal, 1914

The aim of an evidence or contention should not be victory, though progress. ~Joseph Joubert, Pensées, 1842

The normal male will bristle if we contend his father was dishonest, though he will gloat a tiny if he discovers that his great-grandfather was a pirate. ~Bern Williams

[N]o male though feels some-more of a male in a star if he have a bit of belligerent that he can call his own. However tiny it is on a surface, it is 4 thousand miles deep; and that is a unequivocally large property. ~Charles Dudley Warner, “Preliminary,” My Summer in a Garden, 1870

The male who invented a initial circle was an idiot. The male who invented a other three, he was a genius. ~Sid Caesar

An hour sitting with a flattering lady on a park dais passes like a minute, though a notation sitting on a taboo stove seems like an hour. ~Albert Einstein (relativity)

Feast, n. A festival. A eremite jubilee customarily signalized by feeling and drunkenness, frequently in respect of some holy chairman renowned for abstemiousness. ~Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary

Efficiency is intelligent laziness. ~David Dunham

I searched adult and down a earth — and found it in my possess soul. we implored sky and ruin — and a margin daisies answered me. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Prayer, 1904

It is not adequate for a male to know how to ride; he contingency know how to fall. ~Mexican Proverb

If we wish to make an apple cake truly from scratch, we contingency initial invent a universe. ~Carl Sagan

A male should never be ashamed to possess he has been in a wrong, that is though saying… that he is wiser currently than he was yesterday. ~Alexander Pope, in Swift, Miscellanies

Hay is some-more excusable to an donkey than gold. ~Latin Proverb

When we are melancholy demeanour again in your heart, and we shall see that in law we are tears for that that has been your delight. ~Khalil Gibran

If we wish sum security, go to prison. There you’re fed, clothed, given medical caring and so on. The customarily thing lacking… is freedom. ~Dwight D. Eisenhower

Every male regards his possess life as a New Year’s Eve of time. ~Jean Paul Richter

We enviousness others, for we see their lives in extended outline, while forced to live ours in any detail. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

All a suns labor to excite your fire and a bacillus puts it out. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

There is no burnt rice to a inspired person. ~Philippine Proverb

If one male offers we democracy and another offers we a bag of grain, during what theatre of starvation will we bring a pellet to a vote? ~Bertrand Russell

Dare to spin life on a end, and we competence find that vibrated is a truer viewpoint than turvy-topsy. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Nothing is offer than Earth from Heaven: zero is nearer than Heaven to Earth. ~Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare, Guesses during Truth, by Two Brothers, 1827

Man looks earthward with a tiny eye; heavenward with telescopic lenses. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

As distant as a Moon is concerned, he is always full. ~Terri Guillemets

All that is bullion does not glitter,
Not all those who ramble are lost.
The aged that is clever does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by a frost.
~J.R.R. Tolkien

Nothing in a star can transport during a speed of light, they say, inattentive of a shadow’s speed. ~Howard Nemerov

How many of a daydreams would dim into nightmares, were there a risk of their opening true! ~Logan Pearsall Smith

Life is inherently paradoxical: any dream has a intensity for nightmare; any calamity competence exhibit some truth. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

Everybody’s articulate about people violation into houses though there are some-more people in a star who wish to mangle out of houses. ~Thornton Wilder, The Matchmaker, 1955

Reading a disproportion of Hitler, Stalin, or a Marquis de Sade competence be tough on a shaken system, though set opposite a thoughts of a Jefferson or a John Stuart Mill they assistance us to see a deeper meanings of democracy and demagoguery, individualism and collectivism, talent and propaganda. ~Wesley Douglass Camp (1915–1991), Preface to What a Piece of Work Is Man: Camp’s Unfamiliar Quotations from 2000 B.C. to a Present, 1989

A statistician finished a few calculations and detected that given a birth of a republic some-more lives had been mislaid in celebrating autonomy than in winning it. ~Curtis Billings

Nothing is reduction earnest than precocity. A immature thistle is some-more like a destiny tree than is a immature oak. ~Marie Dubsky, Freifrau von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916), translated by Mrs Annis Lee Wister, 1882

If we had been around when Rubens was painting, we would have been worshiped as a fanciful model. Kate Moss? Well, she would have been a paintbrush. ~Dawn French

Flowers mostly grow some-more beautifully on dung-hills than in gardens that demeanour beautifully kept. ~Saint Francis de Sales

It is occasionally indeed that one tools on good terms, given if one were on good terms one would not part. ~Marcel Proust, The Fugitive, Remembrance of Things Past, 1925

There will be a time when we trust all is finished. That will be a beginning. ~Louis L’Amour

If we were incompetent to tell a sexes by their dress, nay, if in ubiquitous we had to theory during them, a new star of adore would arise. ~Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799), translated by Norman Alliston, 1908

The bad never guess as a trait a munificence of a rich. ~Marie Dubsky, Freifrau von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916), translated by Mrs Annis Lee Wister, 1882

The abounding would have to eat income if a bad did not yield food. ~Russian proverb

After a striving, a excellent talk, and a loftiness of dreams — all that stays is an magnificence of bones. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

My play was a finish success. The assembly was a failure. ~Ashleigh Brilliant

The oppressor is zero though a worker incited inside out. ~Herbert Spencer

The bluebird carries a sky on his back. ~Henry David Thoreau

Expectant of larger things,
We try climbing –
And Higher;
An bid that costs us much,
Leaving us brief of breath
To find only
The belligerent next is many prettier.
~Phillip Pulfrey, “Mountains” Love, Abstraction and other Speculations, www.originals.net

Offense is taken, not given. ~[Modern counterfeit of an comparison idea, I’m operative on anticipating a good comparison chronicle for quoting though haven’t finished my investigate yet… —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]
• “distinction between an corruption given and an corruption taken” (1816)
• “yet a corruption is not given, though taken” (1681)
• “if others will take offence, and stumble, ’tis their sin, not mine… a corruption is taken, not given” (1683)
• “the dull conflict that a offense was ‘taken, not given'” (1846)

Vision is a art of observant things invisible. ~Jonathan Swift, “Thoughts on Various Subjects,” Miscellanies, 1711

Every male takes a boundary of his possess margin of prophesy for a boundary of a world. ~Arthur Schopenhauer, “Studies in Pessimism,” Psychological Observations, 1851

Vision competence infrequently nap in a sun, while it wakens to widest reason in complete darkness. Thus we am watchful in a trance-like acceptance of opening cavernous depths, crypts of decyphered gloom, agreeable hollows of velvet shade that go down, down to a roots of things. ~Virginia Garland, “The Rain,” Out West: A Magazine of a Old Pacific and a New, Feb 1908

Just given a male lacks a use of his eyes doesn’t meant he lacks vision. ~Stevie Wonder

There are those whose solitary explain to deepness is a find of exceptions to a rules. ~Paul Eldridge

Exceptions do not always infer a rule; they competence be even a initial germs of a new rule. ~Marie Dubsky, Freifrau von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916), translated by Mrs Annis Lee Wister, 1882

There’s an alternative. There’s always a third way, and it’s not a multiple of a other dual ways. It’s a opposite way. ~David Carradine

The assault we do to ourselves in sequence to sojourn loyal to a one we adore is frequency improved than an act of infidelity. ~François VI de la Rochefoucault, Maxims

Just as vicious as carrying a list of priorities is any once in a while starting from a bottom. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

The bondage that connect us many closely are a ones we have broken. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

If we see a star in black and white, you’re blank vicious grey matter. ~Jack Fyock

Look behind into folklore and legend, parable and religion, and we will find many of a importance is on a shadow. A shadowless male is a monster, a devil, a thing of evil. A male though a shade is soulless. A shade though a male is a depressing shred. Yet together, light and dark, they make a whole. And these light/dark chiaroscuro sum walking about a enchanting landscape illume all a lives. ~Jane Yolen, Touch Magic: Fantasy, Faerie and Folklore in a Literature of Childhood, 1981

Then my father’s God did well
When he taboo a deadly tree.
But had finished improved in not planting it.
But stupidity of filth doth not save
From evil: it contingency still hurl on a same,
A prejudiced of all things.
~Lord Byron, “Cain”

A boil is no large deal. On someone else’s neck. ~Jewish saying

If hindrances could hinder, not one could do his work. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Life, 1912

The many fast motions are those that are not perceived; and a biggest changes, both in inlet and life, are brought about by invisible causes. ~William Benton Clulow, Aphorisms and Reflections: A Miscellany of Thought and Opinion, 1843

I conclude Thee initial given we was never attacked before; second, given nonetheless they took my purse they did not take my life; third, given nonetheless they took my all, it was not much; and fourth given it was we who was robbed, and not we who robbed. ~Matthew Henry

Saints in mill have finished some-more in a star than vital ones. ~Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799), translated by Norman Alliston, 1908

Events and outmost objects are, so to speak, though a neutral substance, that receives a colour and a stress from a soul. ~Alexandre Vinet (1797–1847)

So many disproportionate honour has been paid me in my lifetime that we competence on arise good put adult with a tiny disproportionate censure. ~Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799), “The Character of a Person of my Acquaintance”  [Lichtenberg’s unprepared “autopsychography” (Norman Alliston, 1908). —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

A kind essence knows impoliteness is customarily rapt with distraction. ~Mike Dolan, @HawaiianLife

The bat unresolved upside down laughs during a vibrated world. ~Japanese proverb

In a ideal clarity zero is uninteresting; there are customarily unfeeling people. ~Brooks Atkinson

I am not an Athenian or a Greek, we am a citizen of a world. ~Socrates

A “fraternity” is a discord of fraternity. The first… is predicated on a suspicion of exclusion; a second (that is, a epitome thing) is formed on a feeling of sum equality. ~E.B. White, One Man’s Meat, 1944

Equality looks like a peach, tastes like a lemon. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

If we would see others as they see themselves, a prudery would shortly spin compassion. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Retreat, hell! We’re customarily advancing in another direction. ~Oliver Prince Smith

Unappreciated Greatness mostly starves, while appreciated Littleness feeds on a fat of a land. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

That, chang’d thro’ all and nonetheless in all a same,
Great in a Earth as in th’ Ætherial frame,
Warms in a Sun, refreshes in a Breeze,
Glows in a Stars, and blossoms in a Trees…
Breathes in a soul, informs a mortal part…
Submit — in this, or any other Sphere,
Secure to be as blest as thou canst bear.
All Nature is though Art, opposite to thee;
All Chance, Direction that thou canst not see;
All Discord, Harmony not understood…
All prejudiced Evil, concept Good…
~Alexander Pope, An Essay on Man

Not all that is some-more formidable is some-more meritorious. ~Saint Thomas Aquinas

An abbreviation competence be a bridge: it competence assistance us over a water: though it keeps us from drinking. ~Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare, Guesses during Truth, by Two Brothers, 1827

An reparation for a Devil: It contingency be remembered that we have customarily listened one side of a case. God has combined all a books. ~Samuel Butler, Note-Books

All religions emanate bibles opposite him, and contend many damaging things about him, though we never hear his side. ~Mark Twain, about a Devil

The shadows: some hide, others reveal. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

No one knows what they’ll do in a impulse of predicament and suppositious questions get suppositious answers. ~Joan Baez, “What Would You Do If….?”

It’s a contrition that philosophical ideals don’t always compare adult to useful reality. We live in an analog world, not a digital one, so binary black-and-white choices and reflexive confluence to absolutes are frequency useful or applicable. Deal with it. ~David C. Hill, ***Dave Does a Blog (hill-kleerup.org/blog)

It’s a contrition that useful existence doesn’t always live adult to a philosophical ideals. There is right and wrong, even if we aren’t always means with a trust of that is which. One can too simply get mislaid in a star of greys, and so rhythmical joining to some absolutes (while acknowledging one’s possess fallibility) can be essential to equivocate shifting down that aged sleazy slope. ~David C. Hill, ***Dave Does a Blog (hill-kleerup.org/blog)

Daughter am we in my mother’s house;
But mistress in my own.
~Rudyard Kipling, “Our Lady of a Snows,” 1898

What is loyal by lamplight is not always loyal by sunlight. ~Joseph Joubert

Johnsons are rare; yet, Boswells are maybe still rarer. ~Thomas Carlyle

If my boat sails from sight, it doesn’t meant my tour ends, it simply means a stream bends. ~John Enoch Powell

Every once in a while, spin life over to see what it looks like from a other side. ~Terri Guillemets

A light supper, a good night’s sleep, and a excellent morning have mostly finished a favourite of a same male who by indigestion, a nervous night, and a stormy morning, would have valid a coward. ~Earl of Chesterfield

I tighten my eyes and all a star drops dead;
I lift my eyes and all is innate again.
~Sylvia Plath, “Mad Girl’s Love Song”

I went to a cafeteria that advertised breakfast anytime, so we systematic French Toast during a Renaissance. ~Steven Wright

Why assume so glibly that a God who presumably combined a star is still using it? It is positively fathomable that He competence have finished it and afterwards incited it over to obtuse gods to operate. ~H.L. Mencken

There is that wondrous mutation and swoon about an ignorant chairman that humbles and mocks a energy of a noblest fluent genius. ~Walt Whitman

It is a certain fact that some thoughts greatfully us when we are fibbing down that destroy to greatfully us any some-more when we are on a feet. ~Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799), translated by Norman Alliston, 1908

I can’t contend as ever we was lost, though we was doubtful once for 3 days. ~Daniel Boone

While it competence not be suitable in any venue, and on any occasion, hoax is a defender of reason, a rivalry of pretension, and a counterpart to folly. No belief, no passion, no joining should be deliberate defence from a scathing exam of ridicule. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

But such a tiny and pardonable thing as an powerful can dispossess we of a steer of such a miraculous fact as a sun. ~Meher Baba

“[R]omantic” doesn’t meant “sugary.” It’s dim and worried — a anger of passion, a despondency of an faith that we can’t attain. ~Catherine Breillat

The demon can bring Scripture for his purpose. ~William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice

Saint, n. A upheld sinner revised and edited. ~Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary, 1911

Dreams alone aren’t adequate to make your swell full. ~Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo video game) combined by Takayuki Ikkaku, Arisa Hosaka, and Toshihiro Kawabata

Thunder is good, rumble is impressive; though it is a lightning that does a work. ~Mark Twain

I have perceptibly overwhelmed a sky and we am finished of it. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

Given a tiny time, law regulates nothing. ~Martin H. Fischer (1879–1962)

It isn’t that they can’t see a solution. It is that they can’t see a problem. ~G.K. Chesterton

Youth is not enough. And adore is not enough. And success is not enough. And, if we could grasp it, adequate would not be enough. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Second Neurotic’s Notebook, 1966

There is no probable line of control that has during some time and place been condemned, and that has not during some other time and place been enjoined as a duty. ~William Lecky

What was many poignant about a lunar excursion was not that group set feet on a moon though that they set eye on a earth. ~Norman Cousins

Nothing’s a gift, it’s all on loan. ~Wisława Szymborska (1923–2012), “Nothing’s a Gift,” The End and a Beginning, 1993, translated from a Polish by Stanisław Barańczak and Clare Cavanagh

The things that are many vicious don’t always roar a loudest. ~Bob Hawke

Pain looks like a lot of things. You competence not commend it when we see it. ~Terri Guillemets, “Faces temptation,” 2003

The commonest opinions and a things that everybody takes for postulated mostly many consequence examination. ~Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742–1799), translated by Norman Alliston, 1908

While his eyes saw a sky, his essence saw Heaven. ~K. Smith

Everyone slips onto a disobedient list once in a while. ~Stevie Wermers-Skelton, Kevin Deters, and Chris Williams, Prep Landing, 2009  [Santa to Wayne —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

If we see a whole thing — it seems that it’s always beautiful. Planets, lives… But adult tighten a world’s all mud and rocks. And day to day, life’s a tough job, we get tired, we mislay a pattern. ~Ursula K. Le Guin

I adore and honour him,
But contingency not mangle my behind to reanimate his finger…
~William Shakespeare, Timon of Athens [II, 1, Senator]

Why should we be ambitious? Shall we write verses? we am not expected to transcend Mr Tennyson or Mr Browning in that walk. Shall we be a musician? The blackbird singing this impulse somewhere in my garden-shrubbery puts me to present shame. Shall we paint? The intensest carmine on an artist’s palette is though ochre to that we saw this morning during sunrise…. we am happier as it is. we do not need to make history—there are copiousness of people peaceful to save me difficulty on that score. ~Alexander Smith, “Books and Gardens,” Dreamthorp: A Book of Essays Written in a Country, 1863

The oppressor dies and his sequence ends, a sufferer dies and his sequence begins. ~Søren Kierkegaard

Disappointment is as unavoidable as wish is necessary. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

If all a year were personification holidays,
To competition would be as vapid as to work.
~William Shakespeare, Henry IV

Life is a array of tasks that we positively contingency get finished before they don’t matter any more. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Everything is deceptive to a grade we do not comprehend until we have attempted to make it precise. ~Bertrand Russell, The Philosophy of Logical Atomism

<!–cmto, gigo, quoteinvestigator.com/2016/10/28/love-keep; The Law of Consequences works both ways: by comparing with a sinner and noticing a good in him, we unconsciously commend a good in yourself. The adore we give divided is a customarily adore we keepby benefiting another we advantage yourself. ~Elbert Hubbard, The Philistine, Dec 1902; The adore we give divided is a customarily adore we can keep and lift in your heart. ~Elbert Hubbard, The Philistine, Feb 1903; We accept from others accurately what we give outothers provide us as we provide them. All a wrong we do comes behind to disease us. The adore we give divided is a adore we keep. Love goes to those who give love. ~Elbert Hubbard, The Philistine, Aug 1905; Our sacrament is one of humanity. Our enterprise is to serve. We know that we can customarily assistance ourselves as we assistance others, and that a adore we give divided is a customarily adore we keep. ~Elbert Hubbard, The Fra: A Journal of Affirmation, Jan 1909

A means tiny lady has explained that pins are a good means of saving life, “by not swallowing them.” ~Charles Edward Montague, Dramatic Values

[E]very saint has a past and any sinner has a future. ~Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance, 1893

Addictions do come in accessible sometimes: during slightest we have to get out of bed for them. ~Martin Amis

Our deeds establish us, as many as we establish a deeds; and until we know what has been or will be a rare multiple of external with central facts, that consecrate a man’s vicious actions, it will be improved not to consider ourselves correct about his character. There is a terrible duress in a deeds that competence during initial spin a honest male into a deceiver, and afterwards determine him to a change; for this reason—that a second wrong presents itself to him in a guise of a customarily practicable right. The movement that before elect has been seen with that blended common clarity and uninformed perfect feeling that is a healthy eye of a essence is looked during following with a lens of apologetic ingenuity, by that all things that group call pleasing and nauseous are seen to be finished adult of textures unequivocally many alike. ~George Eliot, Adam Bede

It is easier to be a favourite of a impulse than a favourite of any drudging hour and any harsh day. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

If a left-wing is peaceful to give his life for a cause, he’s substantially peaceful to give yours as well. ~David Gerrold

To be certain of attack a target, fire initial and, whatever we hit, call it a target. ~Patrick Toche

Do a stars out-number a sands of a sea?
What prejudiced is an hour of eternity?
Is a Past utterly as prolonged as a Future will be?
~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

You taught me all about love, all about faith, and afterwards God incited your lessons inside out, let me see a underside of any good thing we gave me. ~Margaret Blair Young, Heresies of Nature, 2002

Everything is best until we know better. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

I’m fearful that if we demeanour during a thing prolonged enough, it loses all of a meaning. ~Andy Warhol

The activities we spent your time on yesterday were a things that were vicious to you. Calendars don’t lie. ~Scott Ginsberg, hellomynameisscott.com

The top trait here competence be slightest in another world. ~Khalil Gibran

Sometimes we contingency unfocus a approach to clarity. ~Terri Guillemets

Don’t upset fun with fulfillment, or pleasure with happiness. ~Michael Josephson, whatwillmatter.com

Education is teaching if you’re white — confinement if you’re black. ~James Baldwin

I never ask God to give me anything; we customarily ask him to put me where things are. ~Mexican Proverb

Hints to a courteous are mostly some-more convincing than elaborate arguments. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

Distance is inspiration’s best hearting. ~E. Marshall

One day it’s your turn, and all a stumbling disproportion of satisfaction we ever pronounced are pronounced to we — and they don’t seem stumbling during all. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

To see a star in a pellet of sand,
And a sky in a furious flower,
Hold perpetually in a palm of your hand
And perpetuity in an hour.
~William Blake (1757-1827), “Auguries of Innocence”

If we cry “Forward,” we contingency make plain in what instruction to go. ~Anton Chekhov

To live in nonesuch is to worry about a cost of food; to live in contentment is to worry about who else we can entice for dinner. ~Mike Dolan, @HawaiianLife

Morning walks —
rich male walks to digest food
a bad to earn.
~Kiran Bantawa, “Morning Walks”

We feed on a excellent of animal flesh, and during final ourselves spin food for worms. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

A meaningless tragedy stays perpetually tragic, though it is adult to us possibly it stays perpetually senseless. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Gayety always keeps association with servitude. This blessing God has given a bad to console them for their miseries, customarily as he has finished certain grasses to grow between a pavements that we step underneath a feet, certain birds to sing on a aged towers, and a pleasing verdure of a ivy to grin on grimacing ruins. ~Claude Tillier (1801–1844), My Uncle Benjamin: A Humorous, Satirical, and Philosophical Novel, 1843, translated from a French by Benjamin R. Tucker, 1890  [a tiny altered —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

The many extraordinary things that can occur to a tellurian being will occur to you, if we customarily revoke your expectations. ~”Phil’s-osophy” by Phil Dunphy (Christopher Lloyd, Steven Levitan, and Dan O’Shannon, Modern Family, “Schooled,” strange airdate 2012 Oct 10)

A full heart has room for all and an dull heart has room for nothing. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

The best rose-bush, after all, is not that that has a fewest thorns, though that that bears a excellent roses. ~Henry Van Dyke

In a hey-day we embellished a suggestion of a free, unobstructed flight, and group upheld it by, though after we embellished a shade of a damaged pinion, and they came to look. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Life, 1912

All group have a reason, though not all group can give a reason. ~John Henry Cardinal Newman

Presence is some-more than customarily being there. ~Malcolm S. Forbes, The Further Sayings of Chairman Malcolm

No male sees far; a many see no over than their noses. ~Thomas Carlyle, “Count Cagliostro,” 1833

Plagiarists, during least, have a consequence of preservation. ~Benjamin Disraeli

Injury, when it is slight, upsets me; when it is clever it calms me. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

A child on a plantation sees a craft fly beyond and dreams of a lost place. A traveler on a craft sees a farmhouse next and dreams of home. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Complete possession is valid customarily by giving. All we are incompetent to give possesses you. ~Andre Gide

The answer to misery is not charity, a resolution to termination is not laws, a pivotal to saving a sourroundings is not recycling. As Thoreau so wisely noted, we contingency strike during a root, not penetrate during a branches. ~Terri Guillemets, “Comfort is not always a best medicine,” 1995

There are a thousand hacking during a branches of filth to one who is distinguished during a root… ~Henry David Thoreau, Walden, 1854

An suspicion can spin to dirt or magic, depending on a talent that rubs opposite it. ~William Bernbach

Sometimes a faces of a disagreeable are incited towards sky for a initial time when they are laid in a grave. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

A barley-corn is improved than a solid to a cock. ~Thomas Fuller’s Gnomologia, 1732

One of a advantages of being unfinished is that one is constantly creation sparkling discoveries. ~A.A. Milne

‘Tis not a meat, though ’tis a ardour creates eating a delight. ~John Suckling, Sonnet, c.1638

I’m right-handed, given a associate in my counterpart is left-handed. we start shred from a left; he starts from a right. Differences customarily in perception, though eremite wars have been fought over such. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

In creating, a customarily tough thing’s to begin; a grass-blade’s no easier to make than an oak. ~James Russell Lowell, A Fable for Critics, 1848

The notation atom has as many degrees of embodiment and longitude as a strong Jupiter. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

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~James P. Haverson (18801954), “Envy,” Sour Sonnets of a Sorehead & Other Songs of a Street, 1908

I know what we have given you. we do not know what we have received. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

When a immature doctors come to me and protest that a comparison group don’t “throw them anything,” we tell them that they don’t know how to catch. ~Martin H. Fischer (1879–1962)

If a dream is realistic, it’s not unequivocally a dream. It’s a to-do. ~Kim Jason Kotecki, kimandjason.com

How prolonged has it been given someone overwhelmed prejudiced of we other than your body? ~Terri Guillemets

The legal mind is too ordinarily characterized by a courtesy for a fourth decimal as a equal of a whole number. ~Martin H. Fischer (1879–1962)

God and a demon mislay to a common enemy: inertia. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic’s Notebook, 1960

We urge for fruition, when, if a request were answered, a all-too-soon-ripened fruit would be worm-mellowed and wind-blown. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Life, 1912

Eventually we comprehend that not all hostile viewpoints come from people who conflict you. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

The slightest unkindness from a crony is of larger intelligent than a hardest use from an enemy. ~Greek proverb

We resent an damage from a crony some-more than from an enemy. ~Sophocles

A tiny wrong from a crony creates a larger wound in a man’s heart than a good wrong from an enemy. ~Spanish proverb

The rivalry of your rivalry is your friend. ~Proverb

Too many courtesy to others’ business mostly leads their courtesy to yours. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

Is friendship to others a cover for a hungers and a needs of a self, of that one is ashamed? we was always ashamed to take. So we gave. It was not virtue. It was a disguise. ~Anaïs Nin

The ability to revoke all to elementary elemental laws does not indicate a ability to start from those laws and refurbish a universe. ~Philip W. Anderson, “More Is Different,” Science Magazine

I have found that a conclusion, “Nobody cares” is always formed on an deficient sampling. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

It all depends on how we demeanour during things, and not on how things are in themselves. The slightest of things with a definition is value some-more in life than a biggest of things though it. ~Carl Jung

If a male could have half his wishes, he would double his troubles. ~Benjamin Franklin

For many men, a merger of resources does not finish their troubles, it customarily changes them. ~Seneca

What’s frustrating about being disliked is that it’s constantly for a wrong reason. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

An exhibitionist is zero though a voyeur. ~S.A. Sachs

The same blockade that shuts others out shuts we in. ~Bill Copeland

The one loyal magnitude of a things that matter in life is that they can’t be insured opposite loss. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

The pyramids will not final a impulse compared with a daisy. ~D.H. Lawrence

If a complexity of a star demands, as explanation, an intelligent creator — then, by a same logic — so does a intelligent creator. ~Dr. Idel Dreimer, www.lumpenbangenpiano.com

The genuine excursion of find consists not in seeking new landscapes, though in carrying new eyes. ~Marcel Proust

What we see depends especially on what we demeanour for. ~John Lubbock

An unattempted lady can't exaggerate of her chastity. ~Michel de Montaigne

Merited reprove from an defective has a double sting. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

To go wrong is infrequently a surest approach to go right. It is not always down to depths: it is down, sometimes, to heights. we got my initial viewpoint of sky from hell. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Life, 1912

How, child, do we know where you’re headed? Because I’m there, and we can see we coming. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Sometimes we don’t demeanour adult unless we have a reason to. And afterwards it all becomes clear. ~Terri Guillemets

The pile-up of a whole solar and stellar systems could customarily kill we once. ~Thomas Carlyle

When a dog runs during you, alarm for him. ~Henry David Thoreau

Conscience gets a lot of credit that belongs to cold feet. ~Author Unknown

My continuation competence be innate of courage, though we will not forget that it competence also be innate of that many depressing of tellurian things, — weakness. ~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), My Little Book of Life, 1912

Sometimes a littlest inquiries furnish a biggest results. ~Terri Guillemets

The weed competence be greener on a other side of a fence, though we still have to reap it. ~Author Unknown

And see, no longer blinded by a eyes. ~Rupert Brooke

For a republic that has an roughly filth repute for bustle, bustle, bustle, and rush, rush, rush, we spend an huge volume of time station around in line in front of windows, customarily waiting. ~Robert Benchley, Benchley — or Else!

Just remember that if we had a many winning celebrity on earth, you’d always consternation if people favourite we customarily for your personality. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

I am a prolonged ropes of steel, and we am a strands of blue light — a strength and a beauty.
I am a violets, and we am a rocks — a affability and a no-capitulation.
I come in a large approval of tiny things, in a miraculous wonder of a moment, a dynamics of a blade of grass.
~Muriel Strode Lieberman (1875–1964), “Songs of a Strong: II,” A Soul’s Faring, 1921

There is zero possibly good or bad though meditative creates it so. ~William Shakespeare, Hamlet, 1600

Life is not all Beer and Skittles. The fundamental tragedy of things works itself out from white to black and blacker, and a bad things of a day demeanour ruefully on. Does it shake my cast-iron faith? we can't contend it does. we trust in an ultimate goodness of things; ay, and if we woke in hell, should still trust it. ~Robert Louis Stevenson, minute to Sidney Colvin, 1893 Aug 23rd

Credulity is a man’s weakness, though a child’s strength. ~Charles Lamb, Essays of Elia, Witches and other Night Fears, 1823

Destiny has dual ways of abrasive us — by refusing a wishes and by fulfilling them. ~Henri Frederic Amiel

The retreat side also has a retreat side. ~Japanese Proverb

‘Tis stretch lends grace to a view,
And robes a towering in a cerulean hue.
~Thomas Campbell, Pleasures of Hope

He is a many renouned plagiarist who improves many on what he steals. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

At high waves a fish eat ants; during low waves a ants eat fish. ~Thai Proverb

It takes a while, though eventually we conclude that a people who were always there for a special occasions of a girl had other things to do. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Innocence many mostly is a good happening and not a virtue. ~Anatole France

Without a assist of influence and custom, we should not be means to find my approach opposite a room. ~William Hazlitt, Sketches and Essays, 1839

The knack of drifting is training how to chuck yourself during a belligerent and miss. ~Douglas Adams, Hitchhikers Guide to a Galaxy

Each impulse is a place you’ve never been. ~Mark Strand

There is though an in. of disproportion between a cushioned cover and a padded cell. ~Gilbert Keith Chesterton

The prolonged approach around is a by-pass when everybody knows a shortcut. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Now, what is it that creates a stage interesting? If we see a male opening by a doorway, it means nothing. If we see him opening by a window — that is during once interesting. ~Billy Wilder

Finish final in your joining and they call we idiot. Finish final in medical propagandize and they call we doctor. ~Abe Lemons

The wings of angels and devils are in all of us. ~Jakarat Chotdamorng, May 2011 opening to The Quote Garden emanate your possess quote competition on Twitter

A hole is zero during all, though we can still mangle your neck in it. ~Author Unknown

Everything’s got a moral, if customarily we can find it. ~Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

To unequivocally suffer a improved things in life, one contingency initial have gifted a things they are improved than. ~Oscar Holmolka

Perhaps there should be one day a week when we tackle your “Things we Gotta Undo” list. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

If a day ever comes when all value doing has been done, there will be copiousness value undoing. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

You know, not all Freudian slips are combined equal. ~Rachel Maddow, 2009  [On George W. Bush observant “authoritarian” instead of “authoritative.” —tεᖇᖇ¡·g]

We competence build a towering in a day that a lifetime can't remove. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

When those waiters ask me if we wish some uninformed belligerent pepper, we ask if they have any aged pepper. ~Andy Rooney

If we shun punishment for a vices, since should we protest if we are not rewarded for a virtues? ~John Churton Collins, Aphorisms in a English Review, 1914

We have them customarily where they wish us. ~James T. Kirk

To any dilemma there is always some-more than one approach out. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

Some group see things as they are and ask why. Others dream things that never were and ask since not. ~George Bernard Shaw

I never complained of a vicissitudes of fortune, nor suffered my face to be cloudy during a series of a heavens, solely once, when my feet were bare, and we had not a means of receiving shoes. we came to a arch of Kfah in a state of many dejection, and saw there a male who had no feet. we returned interjection to God and concurred his mercies, and endured my wish of boots with patience, and exclaimed,
Roast fowl to him that’s sated will seem less
Upon a house than leaves of garden cress.
While, in a steer of infirm poverty,
Boiled turnip will a roasted pullet be.
~Saʿdī, translated

Everybody is a genius. But, if we decider a fish by a ability to stand a tree, it will spend a whole life desiring that it is stupid. ~Albert Einstein

Chaperons don’t make morality; they force filth to be discreet. ~Judith Martin

Never is a long, prolonged word, though it’s reduction frustrating than “God knows when.” ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Second Neurotic’s Notebook, 1966

Winning is overrated. The customarily time it is unequivocally vicious is in medicine and war. ~Al McGuire

A lady who sells herself to buy bread for her aged mom or her child, stands on a aloft dignified craft than a embarressed lass who marries a income bag, in sequence to conciliate her whimsical ardour for parties and travel. Of dual men, he is a reduction deceived, a some-more judicious and rational, who pays his messenger of an hour in cash, any time, than he who gets a messenger for life by a matrimony contract, whose multitude was purchased as many as in a former case. Every fondness between male and lady in that possibly one is shabby by a estimable or greedy advantage to be gained by it, is prostitution. ~Max Nordau, Conventional Lies of Our Civilization

Nothing is some-more fascinating than to be expelled from an affliction, though zero is some-more frightening than to be divested of a crutch. ~James Baldwin

Helping others out of difficulty generally helps a supporter into trouble. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Seven Seventy Seven Sensations, 1897

There’s such a skinny line between winning and losing. ~John R. Tunis

There are always 3 sides to any story: your side, a other side, and a truth. ~Author Unknown

In a life we competence have lived, a years never pass. On a chairman we competence have been, time never leaves a mark. How opposite would seem a might-have-beens if we could design them as would-be-nows. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

Necessity is not an determined fact, though an interpretation. ~Friedrich Nietzsche

It isn’t a plateau forward that wear we out, it’s a pellet of silt in your shoe. ~Author Unknown

Edible, adj.: Good to eat, and rational to digest, as a worm to a toad, a toad to a snake, a lizard to a pig, a pig to a man, and a male to a worm. ~Ambrose Bierce

In a despotic systematic clarity we all feed on genocide — even vegetarians. ~Spock from Star Trek, “Wolf in a Fold”

Emotion has taught humankind to reason. ~Marquis de Vauvenargues

It is not easy, a choice between God and a devil, for it is presented to us as a choice between redemption and understanding. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

One man’s openness is another man’s vulgarity. ~Kevin Smith

I don’t see how an essay of wardrobe can be indecent. A person, yes. ~Robert A. Heinlein

How many merits one sees in those one likes! how many faults in those one dislikes! Yet people imagination they see with their eyes. ~Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare, Guesses during Truth, by Two Brothers, 1827

Travelers never consider that they are a foreigners. ~Mason Cooley

One man’s still is another man’s din. ~Terri Guillemets

If anyone were to be peaceful to snippet his skirmish by an ape as his grandfather, would he be peaceful to snippet his skirmish likewise on a side of his grandmother? ~Samuel Wilberforce

What is a random person? It is customarily someone who is removing some-more sex than we are. ~Victor Lownes, Playboy, 1985

Every clamp is customarily an deceit of a required and just function. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journals, 1836

A magnanimous is a regressive who’s been arrested. A regressive is a magnanimous who’s been mugged. ~Wendy Kaminer

I always suspicion a yard was 3 feet, afterwards we started mowing a lawn. ~C.E. Cowman

When we are one of a pieces, it doesn’t seem like a game. ~Robert Brault, rbrault.blogspot.com

It is a extraordinary theme of regard and inquiry, possibly loathing and adore be not a same thing during a bottom. Each, in a pinnacle development, supposes a high grade of cognisance and heart-knowledge; any renders one particular contingent for a food of his affections and devout life on another; any leaves a ardent lover, or a no reduction ardent hater, unequaled and barren by a withdrawal of his object. Philosophically considered, therefore, a dual passions seem radically a same, solely that one happens to be seen in a astronomical heat and a other in a dusky and pale glow. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne

It is not a male who has little, though he who desires more, that is poor. ~Seneca

Darkness is a thief’s best accomplice. ~James Lendall Basford (1845–1915), Sparks from a Philosopher’s Stone, 1882

Where there is maybe a range in that a sketch can tell us zero some-more than what we see with a possess eyes, there is another in that it proves to us how tiny a eyes assent us to see. ~Dorthea Lange

It is easier for me to see all as one thing than to see one thing as one thing. ~Antonio Porchia, Voces, 1943, translated from Spanish by W.S. Merwin

We’re all hookers. What matters is dignity. ~Mike Farren

A hen is customarily an egg’s approach of creation another egg. ~Samuel Butler

There is customarily one flattering child in a world, and any mom has it. ~Chinese Proverb

A sodomite got unequivocally vehement looking during a zoology text. Does this make it pornography? ~Stanislaw J. Lec

When a male goes to a hooker, he’s not profitable her for sex, he’s profitable her to leave. ~Author Unknown

They’ve got us surrounded again, a bad bastards. ~Creighton W. Abrams

Every exit is an opening somewhere else. ~Tom Stoppard

A pedestal is as many a jail as any tiny space. ~Gloria Steinem

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