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The correct didactic analysis is one that does not in the least differ from the curative treatment. How, indeed, shall the future analyst learn the technique if he does not experience it just exactly as he is to apply it later?
~By Otto Rank ~


Neither soldiers nor money can defend a king but only friends won by good deeds, merit, and honesty.
~By Sallust ~


Sometimes the way you respond to horrific, evil deeds is the measure of one's self as a man, as a nation, as people, as a community.
~By James Woods ~


Now I see that going out into the testing ground of men it is the tongue and not the deed that wins the day.
~By Sophocles ~


It was my care to make my life illustrious not by words more than by deeds.
~By Sophocles ~


The light of lights looks always on the motive, not the deed, the shadow of shadows on the deed alone.
~By William Butler Yeats ~


Indeed, the woes of Software Engineering are not due to lack of tools, or proper management, but largely due to lack of sufficient technical competence.
~By Niklaus Wirth ~


For even in dreams a good deed is not lost.
~By Pedro Calderon de la Barca ~


Whatever the number of a man's friends, there will be times in his life when he has one too few; but if he has only one enemy, he is lucky indeed if he has not one too many.
~By Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton ~


A man is great by deeds, not by birth.
~By Chanakya ~


No intelligent man believes that anybody ever willingly errs or willingly does base and evil deeds; they are well aware that all who do base and evil things to them unwillingly.
~By Protagoras ~


Others indeed may talk, and write, and fight about liberty, and make an outward pretence to it; but the free-thinker alone is truly free.
~By George Berkeley ~


Thinking no longer means anymore than checking at each moment whether one can indeed think.
~By Theodor Adorno ~


Indeed, I would feel that an appreciation of the arts in a conscious, disciplined way might help one to do science better.
~By Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar ~


The true picture of life as it is, if it could be adequately painted, would show men what they are, and how they might rise, not, indeed to perfection, but one step first, and then another on the ladder.
~By Anthony Trollope ~


Without a notion of the transcendental, human beings would, indeed, be animals; however, only fools can be convinced of it, and only degenerates need such a conviction.
~By Franz Grillparzer ~


God Almighty first planted a garden. And indeed, it is the purest of human pleasures.
~By Francis Bacon ~


A wrong concept misleads the understanding; a wrong deed degrades the whole man, and may eventually demolish the structure of the human ego.
~By Muhammed Iqbal ~


This implies that the laws governing organic cohesion, the organization leading from the part to the whole, represent a biological uncertainty, indeed an uncertainty of the first order.
~By Walter Rudolf Hess ~


Neither gods nor men can foresee when an evil deed will bear its fruit.
~By Bodhidharma ~


There are a few people, but a diminishing number, who still believe that Marxism, as an economic system, off era a coherent alternative to capitalism, and socialism has, indeed, triumphed in one country.
~By Herbert Read ~


Where I come from, deeds mean a lot more than words.
~By Zell Miller ~


Indeed in the full flush of journalistic passion and conviction I once told an interviewer that of course I would never get married. And I most definitely would never have children.
~By Christiane Amanpour ~


The better day, the worse deed.
~By Matthew Henry ~


In all our deeds, the proper value and respect for time determines success or failure.
~By Malcolm X ~


I courted fame but as a spur to brave and honest deeds; who despises fame will soon renounce the virtues that deserve it.
~By David Mallet ~


Indeed I had not much wit, yet I was not an idiot - my wit was according to my years.
~By Margaret Cavendish ~


When a society abandons its ideals just because most people can't live up to them, behavior gets very ugly indeed.
~By Judith Martin ~


The superior man acquaints himself with many sayings of antiquity and many deeds of the past, in order to strengthen his character thereby.
~By John Milton ~


I like to believe that people in the long run are going to do more to promote peace than our governments. Indeed, I think that people want peace so much that one of these days governments had better get out of the way and let them have it.
~By Dwight D. Eisenhower ~


Old deeds for old people, and new deeds for new.
~By Henry David Thoreau ~


The vigor and power and comfort of our spiritual life depends on our mortification of deeds of the flesh.
~By John Owen ~


The man of sensibility is too busy talking about his feelings to have time for good deeds.
~By Mason Cooley ~


The high-spirited man may indeed die, but he will not stoop to meanness. Fire, though it may be quenched, will not become cool.
~By Ovid ~


How far that little candle throws its beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty world.
~By William Shakespeare ~


Good actions ennoble us, we are the sons of our own deeds.
~By Jean Paul ~


Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned.
~By Peter Marshall ~


Indeed heresies are themselves instigated by philosophy.
~By Tertullian ~


I am, indeed, a king, because I know how to rule myself.
~By Pietro Aretino ~


The Butcher Boy is a very great novel indeed and a very important Irish novel. The ambiguity of that is, he's writing a book about an appalling situation and he does it in a hilarious way.
~By Stephen Rea ~


We know: of course, with regard to the market and similar social structures, a great many facts which we cannot measure and on which indeed we have only some very imprecise and general information.
~By Friedrich August von Hayek ~


In pure literature, the writers of the eighteenth century achieved, indeed, many triumphs; but their great, their peculiar, triumphs were in the domain of thought.
~By Lytton Strachey ~


But the law of God came from heaven indeed. God wrote it with his finger, it is the fountain of all wisdom, and therefore shall it continue for ever, and never have an end.
~By John Jewel ~


Let each man think himself an act of God, His mind a thought, his life a breath of God; And let each try, by great thoughts and good deeds, To show the most of Heaven he hath in him.
~By Philip James Bailey ~


In the final analysis there is no other solution to man's progress but the day's honest work, the day's honest decision, the day's generous utterances, and the day's good deed.
~By Clare Boothe Luce ~


The earth is supported by the power of truth; it is the power of truth that makes the sun shine and the winds blow; indeed all things rest upon truth.
~By Chanakya ~


The responsibilities which are imposed by rank and privilege and good fortune can... become very onerous indeed.
~By Robert Welch ~


My own ideals for the university are those of a genuine democracy and serious scholarship. These two, indeed, seem to go together.
~By Woodrow Wilson ~


Indeed the three prophecies about the death of individual art are, in their different ways, those of Hegel, Marx, and Freud. I don't see any way of getting beyond those prophecies.
~By Harold Bloom ~


Yes, indeed, in fact I would tell you that we go out of our way to be true to the original feeling and sort of sonic and musical pallet that we painted with back then.
~By James Young ~


Indeed, I was so afraid to dishonour my friends and family by my indiscreet actions, that I rather chose to be accounted a fool, than to be thought rude or wanton.
~By Margaret Cavendish ~


A good deed here, a good deed there, a good thought here, a good comment there, all added up to my career in one way or another.
~By Sidney Poitier ~


The Relation we bear to the Wisdom of the Father, the Son of His Love, gives us indeed a dignity which otherwise we have no pretence to. It makes us something, something considerable even in God's Eyes.
~By Mary Astell ~


A small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.
~By Margaret Mead ~


Women's propaganda must touch upon all those questions which are of great importance to the general proletarian movement. The main task is, indeed, to awaken the women's class consciousness and to incorporate them into the class struggle.
~By Clara Zetkin ~


Our present time is indeed a criticizing and critical time, hovering between the wish, and the inability to believe. Our complaints are like arrows shot up into the air at no target: and with no purpose they only fall back upon our own heads and destroy ourselves.
~By William Temple ~


I continue to believe, contrary to the given wisdom, that it's more interesting to have an album - or, indeed, an individual song - which has variety rather than homogeneity.
~By Peter Hammill ~


Men do not value a good deed unless it brings a reward.
~By Ovid ~


The idea that UN commitments should be followed by action is indeed a radical one, especially for the United States, where wilful neglect of its own commitments is the rule.
~By Jeffrey Sachs ~


While I was there I became deeply interested in photography, and indeed the most noteworthy event in my early life was winning first, third, fourth and seventh prizes in an international competition for college and high school students.
~By Douglass North ~


People who cease to believe in God or goodness altogether still believe in the devil. I don't know why. No, I do indeed know why. Evil is always possible. And goodness is eternally difficult.
~By Anne Rice ~


Lovers may be - and indeed generally are - enemies, but they never can be friends, because there must always be a spice of jealousy and a something of Self in all their speculations.
~By Lord Byron ~


Yes indeed I have gained a lot out of playing scales and etudes.
~By James Galway ~


According to the Sutras, evil deeds result in hardships and good deeds result in blessings.
~By Bodhidharma ~


Humans love truth and justice, and rejoice in ceremonies that honor those qualities. For that sentiment we should indeed thank God.
~By Alfred Day Hershey ~


It is part of a good man to do great and noble deeds, though he risk everything.
~By Plutarch ~


Weep not that the world changes - did it keep a stable, changeless state, it were cause indeed to weep.
~By William C. Bryant ~


My manner of thinking, so you say, cannot be approved. Do you suppose I care? A poor fool indeed is he who adopts a manner of thinking for others!
~By Marquis de Sade ~


Unfortunately, I was not wise enough to listen to her advice, and hastily married. In a few weeks, I had occasion to repent of the step I had taken, as the report proved true - a report which I thought justified, and indeed required, our separation.
~By Maria Monk ~


Kind thoughts are rarer than either kind words or deeds. They imply a great deal of thinking about others. This in itself is rare. But they also imply a great deal of thinking about others without the thoughts being criticisms. This is rarer still.
~By Frederick William Faber ~


Indeed, one of the most successful and influential religious organizations in history, the Society of Jesus, was consciously modeled along military lines by its founder, Ignatius Loyola.
~By Robert Shea ~


The foreign accent was a promise, and indeed, all over the country, European imports added spice to the sciences, the arts, and other areas. What one had to give was not considered inferior to what one received.
~By Rudolf Arnheim ~


No one will expect the British Government or the Government of India to give way to threats of violence, disorder and chaos; and, indeed, representatives of large sections of Indian opinion have expressly warned us that we must not do so.
~By Stafford Cripps ~


The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind.
~By Khalil Gibran ~


It's been fascinating watching all those pictures of me with a lot more hair Jeremy, and looking very young. And we've all got things we've said, twenty, thirty years ago, indeed the whole world has changed since then.
~By Peter Hain ~


It's indeed surprising that replacing the elementary particle with a string leads to such a big change in things. I'm tempted to say that it has to do with the fuzziness it introduces.
~By Edward Witten ~


Verse satire indeed is entirely our own.
~By Quintilian ~


Happy indeed is the scientist who not only has the pleasures which I have enumerated, but who also wins the recognition of fellow scientists and of the mankind which ultimately benefits from his endeavors.
~By Irving Langmuir ~


Well, a friend in need is a friend indeed.
~By Edgar Bergen ~


If it is indeed impossible - or at least very difficult - to inhabit the consciousness of an animal, then in writing about animals there is a temptation to project upon them feelings and thoughts that may belong only to our own human mind and heart.
~By J. M. Coetzee ~


I have, indeed, no abhorrence of danger, except in its absolute effect - in terror.
~By Edgar Allan Poe ~


Action indeed is the sole medium of expression for ethics.
~By Jane Addams ~


If indeed this is the work of God... then it's a crisis that calls for the church to be its very best self, and not worry about risking itself for the right thing.
~By Gene Robinson ~


This led me to understand that trade unionism, the instrument of working-class liberation and of social change could, and indeed should, be also an instrument of industrial progress.
~By Leon Jouhaux ~


Democracies are indeed slow to make war, but once embarked upon a martial venture are equally slow to make peace and reluctant to make a tolerable, rather than a vindictive, peace.
~By Reinhold Niebuhr ~


The Proclamation does not, indeed, mark out exactly the course I should myself prefer. But I am ready to take it just as it is written, and to stand by it with all my heart.
~By Salmon P. Chase ~


To be awarded a prize which takes its name from an illustrious Dutchman who at the same time was a great citizen of Europe and through his writings did so much to open up our modern world of sensibility and thought is indeed a most signal honour.
~By John G. D. Clark ~


To harmonize the One with the Many, this is indeed a difficult adjustment, perhaps the most difficult of all, and so important, withal, that nations have perished from their failure to achieve it.
~By Irving Babbitt ~


I was opposed to World War II, and indeed on June 22, 1941 when Hitler invaded the Soviet Union I suddenly found myself the lone supporter of peace since everybody else had, because of their communist beliefs, shifted over to become supporters of the war.
~By Douglass North ~


Indeed, an entire generation of Americans has grown to adulthood since the Roe decision of 1973, which held that the right to choose an abortion was a privacy right protected by our Constitution.
~By Robert Casey ~


Sanctions and negotiations can be very ineffective, and indeed foolish, unless the people you are talking with and negotiating with and trying to reach agreements with are people who can be trusted to keep their word.
~By Caspar Weinberger ~


A diary means yes indeed.
~By Gertrude Stein ~


The world is indeed comic, but the joke is on mankind.
~By H. P. Lovecraft ~


Words without deeds is an affront to the principle that guides our Nation and makes a mockery of the values we as public servants claim to love.
~By Jon Corzine ~


I was completely loyal and faithful to Stephen throughout this time as, indeed, he assured me he was to me.
~By Elizabeth Hurley ~


It is true that short forms of poetry have been cultivated in the Far East more than in modern Europe; but in all European literature short forms of poetry are to be found - indeed quite as short as anything in Japanese.
~By Lafcadio Hearn ~


Prayer indeed is good, but while calling on the gods a man should himself lend a hand.
~By Hippocrates ~


One can find women who have never had one love affair, but it is rare indeed to find any who have had only one.
~By Francois de La Rochefoucauld ~


Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed.
~By Blaise Pascal ~


Each one of us, and, indeed, all those who aspire to national leadership must bring their own visions, views and styles to the business of reforming Nigeria, and the search for solutions.
~By Ibrahim Babangida ~

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