[I Could Prove God Statistically. Take The Human Body Alone - The Chances That All The Functions Of An Individual Would Just Happen Is A Statistical Monstrosity.]

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"Nothing shall I, while sane, compare with a friend."

Greg Daniels Quotes

"Im like a slow starter. Everything Ive done has built, or has taken a while."

Jordan Ghere Quotes

"Cant look at the damage thats been done, its not healthy. Have to look ahead of it. Cant change what Ive done, only what Im gonna do."

Soe Tjen Marching Quotes

"Bila hidup adalah guru, aku seperti murid yang tak mampu menjawab pertanyaannya di depan kelas. Yang kuinginkan adalah menghilang, menghilang, menghilang dari tatapan murid lain yang mengejek. Lenyap dari segala pandangan mereka"

Maurice Gibb Quotes

"FOr a while, Id never had the opportunity to prove on TV that I could play the piano."

Isidor Isaac Rabi Quotes

"My ideal man is Benjamin Franklin—the figure in American history most worthy of emulation ... Franklin is my ideal of a whole man. ... Where are the life-size—or even pint-size—Benjamin Franklins of today?"

John Acton Quotes

"The most certain test by which we judge whether a country is really free is the amount of security enjoyed by minorities."

A Samad Said Quotes

"Lidah boleh dipercaya waktu merasa;wajar dicuriga sebaik bersuara."

Frederic Beigbeder Quotes

"Longtemps, mon seul but dans la vie était de mautodétruire. Puis, une fois, jai eu envie de bonheur. Cest terrible, jai honte, pardonnez-moi : un jour, jai eu cette vulgaire tentation dêtre heureux. Ce que jai appris depuis, cest que cétait la meilleure manière de me détruire."

Jean Anthelme Brillat Savarin Quotes

"Taste, which enables us to distinguish all that has a flavor from that which is insipid."

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