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Man knows that the world is not made on a human scale; and he wishes that it were.
~By Andre Malraux ~


I thought, I'm only going to be on this planet once, and only for a short time. What can I do with my life that will lead to permanent benefits?
~By John Templeton ~


The understanding of art depends finally upon one's willingness to extend one's humanity and one's knowledge of human life.
~By Ralph Ellison ~


The Left Elite only pretend to be concerned about what's best for everyone else because it is the most effective way to manipulate you and your children into their abyss.
~By Tammy Bruce ~


All men are tempted. There is no man that lives that can't be broken down, provided it is the right temptation, put in the right spot.
~By Henry Ward Beecher ~


It's okay to be a fat man. It's prestige and power and all of that. But fat women are seen as just lazy and stupid and having no self-control.
~By Camryn Manheim ~


A great many things which in times of lesser knowledge we imagined to be superstitious or useless, prove today on examination to have been of immense value to mankind.
~By Lafcadio Hearn ~


Manufacturing takes place in very large facilities. If you want to build a computer chip, you need a giant semiconductor fabrication facility. But nature can grow complex molecular machines using nothing more than a plant.
~By Ralph Merkle ~


I dare suggest that the composer would do himself and his music an immediate and eventual service by total, resolute and voluntary withdrawal from this public world to one of private performance and electronic media.
~By Milton Babbitt ~


Madonna has total control over her life, and not many women have that.
~By Monica Seles ~


A man never knows how to say goodbye; a woman never knows when to say it.
~By Helen Rowland ~


Admitting the force of these contentions, nevertheless, the custom of meeting together in public assembly for the consideration of the most serious, the most exalted topics of human interest is too vitally precious to be lost.
~By Felix Adler ~


In Massachusetts, scientists have created the first human clone. The bad thing is that in thirty years, the clone will still be depressed because the Boston Red Sox will still have not won a World Series.
~By Craig Kilborn ~


Today we no longer regard the universe as the cause of our own undeserved troubles but perhaps, on the contrary, as the last refuge from the mismanagement of our earthly affairs.
~By Rudolf Arnheim ~


The whole shadow of Man is only as big as his hat.
~By Elizabeth Bishop ~


As a male writer, women are always what men pursue, and their world is always a mystery. So I always tried to present as many views as possible on women's worlds.
~By Gao Xingjian ~


In the long years liker they must grow; The man be more of woman, she of man.
~By Alfred Lord Tennyson ~


I got even with all the bad management I had by being a good manager.
~By Victoria Principal ~


I was working with Bill Graham management at the time and it was obvious to everyone concerned that albums like Open Fire, while they were good for me creatively, were not going to be commercially successful.
~By Ronnie Montrose ~


A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer.
~By Ralph Waldo Emerson ~


Education is that whole system of human training within and without the school house walls, which molds and develops men.
~By W. E. B. Du Bois ~


Courses on historical methodology are not worth the time that they take up. I shall never give one myself, and I have observed that many of my colleagues who do give such courses refrain from exemplifying their methods by writing anything.
~By Samuel E. Morison ~


The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and economic opportunists.
~By Ernest Hemingway ~


No Roman ever was able to say, 'I dined last night with the Borgias'.
~By Max Beerbohm ~


General Sherman looked upon journalists as a nuisance and a danger at headquarters and in the field, and acted toward them accordingly, then as throughout his great war career.
~By Henry Villard ~


Today, a skilled manager makes more than the owner. And owners fight each other to get the skilled managers.
~By Mikhail Khodorkovsky ~


A liberated woman is one who has sex before marriage and a job after.
~By Gloria Steinem ~


No man speaketh, or should speak, of his prince, that which he hath not weighed whether it will consist with that veneration which should be preserved inviolate to him.
~By Isaac Barrow ~


The owners and managers were too stupid to realize we had brains.
~By Ted Lindsay ~


Nanotechnology is manufacturing with atoms.
~By William Powell ~


There are also just as many, if not more, women who are anxious to hold down the status quo.
~By Susie Bright ~


The more people told me that, you know, wow, you should be so blessed. Don't you feel blessed? And you have all this - mansion and all these beautiful things. And I said, you know - the more they told me that, the more depressed I got.
~By Tanya Tucker ~


I was a late child from my parents, so I grew up surrounded by people a lot older than me. I think even when I was 21, I felt like I was a 70-year-old man.
~By Jonathan Franzen ~


Anything you cannot relinquish when it has outlived its usefulness possesses you, and in this materialistic age a great many of us are possessed by our possessions.
~By Peace Pilgrim ~


In some cases, managers and employees have secured pensions beyond their original base salary. It is wrong, the people doing it know it's wrong, and we have to put an end to it.
~By Jerry Brown ~


True, other countries are helping us. Germany is determined to provide substantial help. So are the Netherlands and other states. But a day will come when we have to count on our own resources.
~By Eduard Shevardnadze ~


Man is a creation of desire, not a creation of need.
~By Gaston Bachelard ~


Post-modernism is dead because it didn't address human needs.
~By David Guterson ~


Comrades, this man has a nice smile, but he's got iron teeth.
~By Andrei A. Gromyko ~


Man, unlike anything organic or inorganic in the universe, grows beyond his work, walks up the stairs of his concepts, emerges ahead of his accomplishments.
~By John Steinbeck ~


And we're seeing a higher level of consciousness and many more opportunities for people to challenge their present ways of thinking and move into a grander and larger experience of who they really are.
~By Neale Donald Walsch ~


A man is literally what he thinks.
~By James Lane Allen ~


When did it something of shame or ridicule to be a self-made man in America?
~By Glenn Beck ~


Certainly since then many people have taken a lot of those ideas and ridden them for years and years and made careers out of them. Part of that is willingness to do the kind of work that I wasn't willing to do. Get into a van and cover the country.
~By Arto Lindsay ~


I am accordingly ready; I have pressed as many Cabinet papers into trunks as to fill one carriage; our private property must be sacrificed, as it is impossible to procure wagons for its transportation.
~By Dolley Madison ~


Permanence, perseverance and persistence in spite of all obstacle s, discouragement s, and impossibilities: It is this, that in all things distinguishes the strong soul from the weak.
~By Thomas Carlyle ~


First, I'm trying to edit down about 7 hours of material which I made prior to the Cop days and find some way to get it out. This stuff is pretty out there, mostly sonic collages and tape manipulations.
~By Jim Coleman ~


Possibly he knew, as he wrote this, that he was mad - because inside every madman sits a little sane man saying 'You're mad, you're mad.'
~By Graham Swift ~


The humanitarian would, of course, have us meddle in foreign affairs as part of his program of world service.
~By Irving Babbitt ~


Good manners are appreciated as much as bad manners are abhorred.
~By Bryant H. McGill ~


Indeed, Miss Manners has come to believe that the basic political division in this country is not between liberals and conservatives but between those who believe that they should have a say in the love lives of strangers and those who do not.
~By Judith Martin ~


The Labour Party's election manifesto is the longest suicide note in history.
~By Greg Knight ~


Satire is people as they are; romanticism, people as they would like to be; realism, people as they seem with their insides left out.
~By Dawn Powell ~


In many ways, my attachment to human freedom was completely compatible with my right to live freely as a homosexual.
~By Andrew Sullivan ~


To live by one man's will becomes the cause of all misery.
~By Richard Hooker ~


Walking into a show when I was 16, at that time when it was the No. 1 hit show, and replacing a character comes with so many expectations. I felt a lot of pressure with that.
~By Sarah Chalke ~


People have to be confident about their sites. We're confident, number one, because under my administration we're managing our airports better than we've ever done before.
~By Richard M. Daley ~


A great many people seem to think writing poetry is worthwhile, even though it pays next to nothing and is not as widely read as it should be.
~By Mark Strand ~


Many women have told me they remember where they were when they read the book, and how they felt suddenly that what they really thought or felt about things made sense.
~By Carol Gilligan ~


Without food, man can live at most but a few weeks; without it, all other components of social justice are meaningless.
~By Norman Borlaug ~


Many traditional religions foster attitudes that ought to have disappeared as biological understanding accumulated over the last century.
~By George C. Williams ~


Man does not weave this web of life. He is merely a strand of it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.
~By Chief Seattle ~


I was always the front man for what I was doing from when I was 6.
~By John Legend ~


With a modem, anyone can follow the world and report on the world-no middle man, no big brother. I guess this changes everything.
~By Matt Drudge ~


Western Buddhists in many ways are much serious Buddhists than Tibetans are.
~By Richard Gere ~


The most important thing to strive for in life is some kind of personal and professional achievement. Not as a man or a woman, but as a person.
~By Candace Bushnell ~


Together, we can create a world in which peace is real; in which every human being can thrive; in which all share the promise of our century. I believe we can succeed.
~By Abdallah II ~


I want to be distinguished from the rest; to tell the truth, a friend to all mankind is not a friend for me.
~By Moliere ~


George Foreman. A miracle. A mystery to myself. Who am I? The mirror says back. The George you was always meant to be. Wasn't always like that. Used to look in the mirror and cried a river.
~By George Foreman ~


We demand that people should be true to the pictures we have of them, no matter how repulsive those pictures may be: we prefer the true portrait in all its homogeneity, to one with a detail added which refuses to fit in.
~By Pamela Hansford Johnson ~


Before a man speaks it is always safe to assume that he is a fool. After he speaks, it is seldom necessary to assume it.
~By H. L. Mencken ~


Man who waits for roast duck to fly into mouth must wait very, very long time.
~By Jules Renard ~


Why shouldn't we give our teachers a license to obtain software, all software, any software, for nothing? Does anyone demand a licensing fee, each time a child is taught the alphabet?
~By William Gibson ~


A man ninety years old was asked to what he attributed his longevity. I reckon, he said, with a twinkle in his eye, it because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried.
~By Garson Kanin ~


I've been a woman for a little over 50 years and have gotten over my initial astonishment. As for conducting an orchestra, that's a job where I don't think sex plays much part.
~By Nadia Boulanger ~


Our country, like every modern state, needs profound democratic reforms. It needs political and ideological pluralism, a mixed economy and protection of human rights and the opening up of society.
~By Andrei Sakharov ~


The biggest trade that Germany and Britain had was with each other, in the prewar period; I think I'm right in that. Two highly industrialized nations had the most trade with each other, and it wasn't tariff policies alone that made trade relations better for both of them.
~By W. Averell Harriman ~


My friends all regarded me as a man of unsound mind because I held the view that my wife was with me in spirit always. I have lived with her spirit guiding me every day and she is with me now as I write this letter, and helps me to do as I am now doing.
~By Alex Campbell ~


If it keeps up, man will atrophy all his limbs but the push-button finger.
~By Frank Lloyd Wright ~


I'm a writer first and an editor second... or maybe third or even fourth. Successful editing requires a very specific set of skills, and I don't claim to have all of them at my command.
~By Lynn Abbey ~


Pain is the question mark turned like a fishhook in the human heart.
~By Peter De Vries ~


The crucial task of old age is balance: keeping just well enough, just brave enough, just gay and interested and starkly honest enough to remain a sentient human being.
~By Florida Scott-Maxwell ~


Trust no friend without faults, and love a woman, but no angel.
~By Doris Lessing ~


Two thousand years ago there was One here on this earth who lived the grandest life that ever has been lived yet - a life that every thinking man, with deeper or shallower meaning, has agreed to call divine.
~By Frederick William Robertson ~


Acting school was summer camp, and I needed concentration camp. I had so many different ideas swirling between culture and how to tie things together.
~By Ajay Naidu ~


Happy songs are very difficult to write. How many truly great upbeat songs are there?
~By Natalie Imbruglia ~


A scrupulous man will never produce a great novel.
~By Julien Green ~


A man may be a fool and not know it, but not if he is married.
~By H. L. Mencken ~


A strong economy causes an increase in the demand for housing; the increased demand for housing drives real-estate prices and rentals through the roof. And then affordable housing becomes completely inaccessible.
~By William Baldwin ~


Every human being is entitled to courtesy and consideration. Constructive criticism is not only to be expected but sought.
~By Margaret Chase Smith ~


I have discovered that there are two types of command interfaces in the world of computing: good interfaces and user interfaces.
~By Daniel J. Bernstein ~


History proves abundantly that pure science, undertaken without regard to applications to human needs, is usually ultimately of direct benefit to mankind.
~By Irving Langmuir ~


One, with God, is always a majority, but many a martyr has been burned at the stake while the votes were being counted.
~By Thomas Reed ~


It well becomes a young man to be modest.
~By Titus Maccius Plautus ~


They teach you there's a boundary line to music. But, man, there's no boundary line to art.
~By Charlie Parker ~


Yet, so far from laboring to know the forbidden tree of worldly pleasures and its various fruits, man gives himself up to a careless and thoughtless state of life, and yields to the lust of the flesh, not considering that this lust is really the forbidden tree.
~By Johann Arndt ~


The broadest pattern of history - namely, the differences between human societies on different continents - seems to me to be attributable to differences among continental environments, and not to biological differences among peoples themselves.
~By Jared Diamond ~


Electricity is derived from many non-renewable energy sources like oil, natural gas and coal.
~By Lamar S. Smith ~


Only when a man's life comes to its end in prosperity dare we pronounce him happy.
~By Aeschylus ~


As in political so in literary action a man wins friends for himself mostly by the passion of his prejudices and the consistent narrowness of his outlook.
~By Joseph Conrad ~

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