[A Successful Argument For A Government Manufacturing Policy Has To Go Beyond The Feeling That It's Better To Produce 'real Things' Than Services. American Consumers Value Health Care And Haircuts As Much As Washing Machines And Hair Dryers.]

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Murray Rothbard Quotes

"Libertarians regard the state as the Supreme, the eternal, the best organized aggressor against the persons and property of the mass of the public. All states everywhere, whether democratic, dictatorial, or monarchical, whether red, white, blue or brown."

Paul Ian Guillermo Quotes

"If you can just get a broad enough perspective on your life... youll realize its all unfolding perfectly. Right this very minute."

Marcel Danesi Quotes

"This has suggested to some that the very structure of human thought is oppositional-that is to say, rational and associative, rather than linear and categorical."

John Cale Quotes

"Thats what my life is, writing songs."

Simone Schwarz Bart Quotes

"Only the knife knows what goes on in the heart of a pumpkin."

Colin Tegerdine Quotes

"A wise man uses one ear to listen, the other to hear himself think."

Nicholas Black Elk Quotes

"It is hard to follow one great vision in this world of darkness and of many changing shadows. Among those men get lost."

Catfish Hunter Quotes

"The sun dont shine on the same dogs ass all the time."

Joshua Winning Quotes

"Im not a cat. Not normally, anyway. This is but a temporary... inconvenience."

William Kingdon Clifford Quotes

"We feel much happier and more secure when we think we know precisely what to do, no matter what happens, then when we have lost our way and do not know where to turn."

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Quotes About Voluntary Work

"But most of all, as summer slanted to an end, he was learning to love idleness, idleness no longer as stretches of freedom reclaimed by stealth here and there from involuntary labour, surreptitious thefts to be enjoyed sitting on his heels before a flowerbed with the fork dangling from his fingers, but as a yielding up of himself to time, to a time flowing slowly like oil from horizon to horizon over the face of the world, washing over his body, circulating in his armpits and his groin, stirring his eyelids. He was neither pleased nor displeased when there was work to do; it was all the same. He could lie all afternoon with his eyes open, staring at the corrugations in the roof-iron and the tracings of rust; his mind would not wander, he would see nothing but the iron, the lines would not transform themselves into pattern or fantasy; he was himself, lying in his own house, the rust was merely rust, all that was moving was time, bearing him onward in its flow." - Author: J.M. Coetzee

Quotes About Writing Your Own Story

"When telling the story of your life, it is of great value to recognize and focus on the details that reveal or inspire an empowered unfolding of your being. Much like rewriting your own DNA, every aspect of your life and growth will emanate from the building blocks of your history—however you choose to tell it. This is not to suggest that you should deny or bury your mistakes, traumas or misfortunes, but rather, recognize and reveal them within an empowered context of a bigger picture." - Author: Scott Edmund Miller

Quotes About Nitrogen

"...-compost is trucked in; some crops also receive fish emulsion along with their water and a side dressing of pelleted chicken manure. Over the winter a cover crop of legumes is planted to build up nitrogen in the soil." - Author: Michael Pollan

Quotes About Barve

"Masochista má - i když nevědomé - přání nehody, nemoci, ponížení. U masochistické perverze - kdy je toto přání sexuálně zabarveno a pro osobu méně nebezpečné - je toto masochistické přání dokonce vědomé." - Author: Erich Fromm

Quotes About Bicyclette

"La vie cest comme la bicyclette : quand on arrête de pédaler on tombe." - Author: Albert Einstein

Quotes About Heather Flower

"Her life had been altogether artificial; she had always been a great garden lily in a hot-house, she had never known what it was to be blown by a fresh breeze on a sun-swept moorland like a heather flower. The hot-house shelters from all chills and is full of perfume, but you can see no horizon from it; that alone is the joy of the moorland." - Author: Ouida

Quotes About Difficulty In Love

"You never go away from us, yet we have difficulty in returning to You. Come, Lord, stir us up and call us back. Kindle and seize us. Be our fire and our sweetness. Let us love. Let us run." - Author: Augustine of Hippo

Quotes About Acre

"If I were poet now, I would not resist the temptation to trace my life back through the delicate shadows of my childhood to the precious and sheltered sources of my earliest memories. But these possessions are far too dear and sacred for the person I now am to spoil for myself. All there is to say of my childhood is that it was good and happy. I was given the freedom to discover my own inclinations and talents, to fashion my inmost pleasures and sorrows myself and to regard the future not as an alien higher power but as the hope and product of my own strength." - Author: Hermann Hesse

Quotes About Magical Love

"In winter darkness, the Baghdad Arabian keen blue deepness of the piercing lovely January winters dusk--it used to tear my heart out, one stabbing soft star was in the middle of the magicalest blue, throbbing like love--I saw Maggies black hair in this night-- In the shelves of Orion her eye shades, borrowed, gleamed a dark and proud vellum somber power brooding rich bracelets of the moon rose from our snow, and surrounded the mystery." - Author: Jack Kerouac

Quotes About Descartes Reason

"The analytical geometry of Descartes and the calculus of Newton and Leibniz have expanded into the marvelous mathematical method—more daring than anything that the history of philosophy records—of Lobachevsky and Riemann, Gauss and Sylvester. Indeed, mathematics, the indispensable tool of the sciences, defying the senses to follow its splendid flights, is demonstrating today, as it never has been demonstrated before, the supremacy of the pure reason." - Author: Nicholas Murray Butler