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Bradley Quotes

"It is to these two discoveries by Bradley that we owe the exactness of modern astronomy. .... This double service assures to their discoverer the most distinguished place (after Hipparchus and Kepler) above the greatest astronomers of all ages and all countries."

Larul Andrews Quotes

"And as I venture into anothers pit of everlasting darkness, Ill return with a simple blackened rose. and with that rose I shall write the stories it tells."

Hugh Blair Quotes

"The great standard of literature as to purity and exactness of style is the Bible."

Len Dawson Quotes

"My PSA was normal but the DRE indicated there may be a problem."

John Sherman Cooper Quotes

"There was no testimony of conspiracy - Oswalds efforts to get in touch with the Soviets and with the Cuban Fair Play groups in New York were rebuffed, rebuffed at every step."

Cathryn Louis Quotes

"Rewriting is the crucible where books are born."

Nikolai Gogol Quotes

"Femeile iubesc foarte mult florile, da, e o ocupaţie foarte plăcută!"

Jane Wyman Quotes

"The opportunity for brotherhood presents itself every time you meet a human being."

Johanna Braddy Quotes

"My must-have hair products are Phyto silk spray and Kusco-Murphy setting lotion."

Ethlie Ann Vare Quotes

"My fear of abandonment is exceeded only by my terror of intimacy."

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Quotes About Family Solidarity

"Christianity revitalized life in Greco-Roman cities by providing new norms and new kinds of social relationships able to cope with many urgent urban problems. To cities filled with the homeless and the impoverished, Christianity offered charity as well as hope. To cities filled with newcomers and strangers, Christianity offered an immediate basis for attachments. To cities filled with orphans and widows, Christianity provided a new and expanded sense of family. To cities torn by violent ethnic strife, Christianity offered a new basis for social solidarity. And to cities faced with epidemics, fires, and earthquakes, Christianity offered effective nursing services." - Author: Rodney Stark

Quotes About Praising Someone

"What the sayer of praise is really praising is himself,by saying implicitly,My eyes are clear."Likewise, someone who criticizes is criticizinghimself, saying implicitly, "I cant see very wellwith my eyes so inflamed." - Author: Rumi

Quotes About Opinions Of Others

"Risk! Risk anything! Care no more for the opinions of others, for those voices. Do the hardest thing on earth for you. Act for yourself. Face the truth." - Author: Katherine Mansfield

Quotes About A Starting Point

"History is not everything, but it is a starting point. History is a clock that people use to tell their political and cultural time of day. It is a compass they use to find themselves on the map of human geography. It tells them where they are but, more importantly, what they must be." - Author: John Henrik Clarke

Quotes About Gross

"A "class analysis" does not necessarily begin and end with Marxs nineteenth-century version, a version I regard as grossly inaccurate. The class struggle, moreover, does not begin and end at the point of production. It may emerge from the poverty of the unemployed and unemployables, many of whom have never done a days work in industry; it may emerge from a new sense of possibility that slowly pervades society—the tension between "what is" and "what could be"—which percolates through virtually all traditional classes; it may emerge from the cultural and physical decomposition of the traditional class structure on which the social stability of capitalism was based." - Author: Murray Bookchin

Quotes About Having To Go Through Hard Times

"Jews highly value having an abundance of money for the sake of caring for their families and for helping the needy." - Author: H.W. Charles

Quotes About Wicked World

"Worldly institutions fail because they require power and gold to operate. Power and gold attract wicked and greedy people. Wicked and greedy people are corrupters and betrayers. Therefore, worldly institutions become corrupt and betrayed. ..." - Author: Kage Baker

Quotes About Child Physical Development

"when a child gives you a gift, even if it is a rock they just picked up, exude gratitude. it may be the only thing they have to give, and they have chosen to give it to you" - Author: Dean Jackson

Quotes About Sincere

"On, I dont think Im a genius! cried Josie, growing calm and sober as she listened to the melodious voice and looked into the expressive face that filled her with confidence, so strong, sincere and kindly was it. I only want to find out if I have talent enough to go on, and after years of study be able to act well in any of the good plays people never tire of seeing. I dont expected to be a Mrs. Siddons or a Miss Cameron, much as I long to be; but it does seem as if I had something in me which cant come out in any way but this. When I act Im perfectly happy. I seem to live, to be in my own world, and each new part is a new friend. I love Shakespeare, and am never tired of his splendid people. Of course I dont understand it all; but its like being alone at night with the mountains and the stars, solemn and grand, and I try to imagine how it will look when the sun comes up, and all is glorious and clear to me. I cant see, but I feel the beauty, and long to express it." - Author: Louisa May Alcott

Quotes About Community

"...we have seen that the priests regard the state as an enemy to be exploited, it is only natural that our politicians do likewise. Thus, although patriotism is held in greater esteem in this country than in any other country in the world, there is no other country in the world where patriotism is less in evidence among politicians and among the general mass of the community. For patriotism and the state are so closely allied that love of one is necessarily love of the other. And if any man considers the state an enemy and an institution to be exploited, it follows naturally that he is no patriot. Thus the amazed tourist will see that it is very fashionable for Irish politicians who are not in the government to denounce the government and then when they get into the government it is equally fashionable for them to use the powers of government for the purpose of robbing the country." - Author: Liam OFlaherty