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Women who seek to be equal with men lack ambition. ~Timothy Leary

On the other hand, the Bible contains much that is relevant today, like Noah taking forty days to find a place to park. ~Curtis McDougall

Childhood is the most beautiful of all life's seasons. ~Author Unknown

Artistry is an innate distrust of the theory of reality concocted by the five senses. ~Robert Brault,

No matter how well you know the rules of netiquette, you will eventually offend someone who doesn't. ~Don Rittner

It is a mistake to suppose that people succeed through success; they often succeed through failures. ~Author Unknown

History is the open Bible: we historians are not priests to expound it infallibly: our function is to teach people to read it and to reflect upon it for themselves. ~George Macaulay Trevelyan

A cow is a very good animal in the field, but we turn her out of a garden. ~Samuel Johnson

Courage is... the knowledge of how to fear what ought to be feared and how not to fear what ought not to be feared. ~David Ben-Gurion

The message of Christmas is that the visible material world is bound to the invisible spiritual world. ~Author Unknown

We waste a lot of time running after people we could have caught by just standing still. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic's Notebook, 1960

Prayer had always struck me as more or less a glorified attempt at a business transaction. ~Barbara Kingsolver, Animal Dreams

I take it as a prime cause of the present confusion of society that it is too sickly and too doubtful to use pleasure frankly as a test of value. ~Rebecca West

We sometimes feel that we have been really understood, but it was always long ago, by someone now dead. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic's Notebook, 1960

Our most difficult task as a friend is to offer understanding when we don't understand. ~Robert Brault,

Wine gives a man nothing... it only puts in motion what had been locked up in frost. ~Samuel Johnson

Saying: a usually pithy and familiar statement expressing an observation or principle generally accepted as wise or true.

Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

People tell me that the countryside must always be stupid and backward, and I get angry, as if it were said that only townspeople had immortal souls, and that it was only in the city that the flame of divinity breathed into the first men had an unobscured glow. ~George William Russell

Have you ever observed that we pay much more attention to a wise passage when it is quoted, than when we read it in the original author? ~Philip G. Hamerton

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