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Lech Walesa Quotes

"We hold our heads high, despite the price we have paid, because freedom is priceless."

Robert Iler Quotes

"I never, ever would or did rob anyone in my life."

Kate Mulgrew Quotes

"I am often fond of saying the Trekkers are passionate about a hobby, their hobby is Star Trek. They are by and large very imaginative, very intelligent people, and they certainly have been more than generous to me."

Edward Readicker Henderson Quotes

"Whoever created the world went to a lot of trouble. It would be downright rude not to go out and see as much of it as possible."

Karen Kingston Quotes

"My attention determines the depth and quality of my experience."

Jonathan Marker Quotes

"A shot rang out from the rifle of an alerted Harvestman, and just as the sound reached Nathaniels ears, he felt the hot streak of a bullet pierce his left arm, spattering blood on the ground before him."

Craig W Dressler Quotes

"Daniel 12:3 "...and those who turn the many to righteousness will shine the stars forever."

James Truslow Adams Quotes

"As we look over the list of the early leaders of the republic, Washington, John Adams, Hamilton, and others, we discern that they were all men who insisted upon being themselves and who refused to truckle to the people. With each succeeding generation, the growing demand of the people that its elective officials shall not lead but merely register the popular will has steadily undermined the independence of those who derive their power from popular election. The persistent refusal of the Adamses to sacrifice the integrity of their own intellectual and moral standards and values for the sake of winning public office or popular favor is another of the measuring rods by which we may measure the divergence of American life from its starting point."

William E Gladstone Quotes

"It is the duty of government to make it difficult for people to do wrong, easy to do right."

Helen Garner Quotes

"I think writers are very anxious."

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Quotes About Forcefulness

"Do not feed that beggar. Hamlet, lie down." The dog ignored her."Down," Viktor ordered, his deep voice stern. The dog whined and then lay down. The prince looked at her. "You need to be more forceful.""I suppose my forcefulness will improve once my voice changes. Sopranos get no respect." - Author: Patricia Grasso

Quotes About Someone Who Breaks Your Heart

"This one kid Mark at the party that gave me this came out of nowhere looked at the sky and told me to see the stars. So, I looked up, and we were in this giant dome like a glass snowball, and Mark said that the amazing white stars were really only holes in the black glass of the dome, and when you went to heaven, the glass broke away, and there was nothing of a whole sheet of star white, which is brighter than anyhting but doensnt hurt your eyes." - Author: Stephen Chbosky

Quotes About Bane

"They say it came first from Africa, carried in the screams of the enslaved; that it was the death bane of the Thainos, uttered just as one world perished and another began; that it was a demon drawn into Creation through the nightmare door that was cracked open in the Antilles. Fukú Americanus, or more colloquially, fukú-generally a curse or a doom of some kind; specifically the Curse and Doom of the New World." - Author: Junot Díaz

Quotes About Memory In The Giver

"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone. You count on it, rely on it to buffer the passage of time, to keep the memory of sunshine and high skies alive, and then just when the days are all twilight, when you need it most, it stops. Today, October 2, a Sunday of rain and broken branches and leaf-clogged drains and slick streets, it stopped and summer was gone." - Author: A. Bartlett Giamatti

Quotes About Hard Work And Patience

"There too he had been treated with revolting injustice. His struggles, his privations,his hard work to raise himself in the social scale, hadfilled him with such an exalted conviction of his merits that it was extremely difficult for the world to treat him with justice— the standard of that notion depending so much upon the patience of the individual. The Professor had genius, but lacked the great social virtue of resignation." - Author: Joseph Conrad

Quotes About Facedness

"Culturally, I have always been part of the proletariat. I lived side by side with the sons of glassblowers, fishermen and smugglers. The stories they told were shaper satires about the hypocrisy of authority and the middle classes, the two-facedness of teachers and lawyers and politicians. I was born politicized." - Author: Dario Fo

Quotes About Advances In Technology

"Advances in technology and in our understanding of illness and disease together with an expanded workforce and greater resources will allow us to provide more services to a higher quality." - Author: John Hutton

Quotes About Slowing

"And maybe you should think about slowing down for a few minutes?" - Author: Jaci Burton

Quotes About Duplication

"Joshua Joseph has no real hatred of modern technology - he just mistrusts the effortless, textureless surfaces, and the ease with which it trains you to do things in the way most convenient to the machine. Above all, he mistrusts duplication. A rare thing becomes a commonplace thing. A skill becomes a feature. The end is more important than the means. The child of the soul gives place to a product of the system....For anything really important, Joe prefers something with a history, an item which can name the hand which assembled it and will warm to the one that deploys it. A thing of life, rather than one of the many consumer items which humans use to make more clutter; strange parasitic devices with their own little ecosystems." - Author: Nick Harkaway

Quotes About Suffragette

"Years ago I predicted that these suffragettes, tried out by victory, would turn out to be idiots. They are now hard at work proving it. Half of them devote themselves to advocating reforms, chiefly of a sexual character, so utterly preposterous that even male politicians and newspaper editors laugh at them; the other half succumb absurdly to the blandishments of the old-time male politicians, and so enroll themselves in the great political parties. A woman who joins one of these parties simply becomes an imitation man, which is to say, a donkey." - Author: H.L. Mencken