[To Theology, ... Only What It Holds Sacred Is True, Whereas To Philosophy, Only What Holds True Is Sacred.]

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Winston Churchill Quotes

"A man does what he must - in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures - and that is the basis of all human morality."

Leah Spiegel Quotes

"I was intending to trip on my way back, making her the clear winner, when she whimpered, "I cant believe your not going to let me win, especially after the other night." Her face suddenly fell and I stopped what I was doing for a second when out of nowhere she grabbed my shovel and threw it to the ground before turning to run back to the hutch. "Sucker," she called over her shoulder."

Howlin Wolf Quotes

"I just play blues for fun."

Richard Mc Sweeney Quotes

"Books of the sages of the ages reflect upon in stages; like honey their words on the tongue give due savour."{Source: A Green Desert Father}"

David Lambert Quotes

"Acting truly is a love of mine."

John Stockwell Quotes

"Enemies are necessary for the wheels of the U.S. military machine to turn."

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Quotes

"One way to tell if youre really comfortable with a person is if you can be quiet together sometimes and not feel awkward. If you dont feel obligated to say something brilliant or funny or surprising or cool. You can just be together. You can just be."

Jerry Lawler Quotes

"Certainly its a business and youve got to have a salesman, but in my mind, when youve got two guys doing the same thing, you dont need one of them."

Randy Neugebauer Quotes

"While only one day of the year is dedicated solely to honoring our veterans, Americans must never forget the sacrifices that many of our fellow countrymen have made to defend our country and protect our freedoms."

Myself Quotes

"The bathroom is kinda far from my bedroom, but if it was closer, it wouldnt feel so good when I finally get there."

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Quotes About Doctorate Degrees

"By 2009, 17.4 million college graduates had jobs that didnt even require a degree. There are 365,000 cashiers and 318,000 waiters and waitresses in America who have bachelors degrees, as do one-fifth of those working in the retail industry. More than 100,000 college graduates are janitors and 18,000 push carts. (There are 5,057 janitors in the United States who have doctorates and professional degrees!)" - Author: Ken Ilgunas

Quotes About Smaug The Hobbit Book

"I could put a book in his hands, but I couldnt take him by the ankles and dip him headfirst in another world. And for some reason, I knew even then that he needed it." - Author: Rebecca Makkai

Quotes About Clergymen

"When Dr. James Young Simpson sought to apply anesthesia to a woman in childbirth, the clergymen of his day foamed at the mouth and spat upon him with vituperation and abuse, for attempting to violate Gods direct command that in pain thou shalt bring forth children, as based upon the idiotic text of the Bible. But Dr. Simpson persisted despite the ravings of the religious lunatics of his day.The importance of Dr. Simpsons application of anesthesia to the relief of pain in childbirth, and his open defiance of the religionists, are beyond the measure of words to evaluate." - Author: Joseph Lewis

Quotes About Bann

"Well, nowIf little by little you stop loving meI shall stop loving youLittle by littleIf suddenly you forget meDo not look for meFor I shall already have forgotten youIf you think it long and mad the wind of banners that passes through my lifeAnd you decide to leave me at the shore of the heart where I have rootsRememberThat on that day, at that hour, I shall lift my armsAnd my roots will set off to seek another land" - Author: Pablo Neruda

Quotes About Valentines Day Hate

"Happy Valentines Day to those who have found love, in whatever shape or form, and to those who are still hunting, dont give up. If you feel bad, send yourself a card. You must be worth it..." - Author: Jeanette Winterson

Quotes About Rumore

"It was rumored that the length of the CD was determined by the duration of Beethovens Ninth Symphony, because that was Norio Ohgas favorite piece of music, and he was the president of Sony at the time. Philips had designed a CD with an 11.5 cm diameter, but Ohga insisted that a disc must be able to hold the entire Beethoven recording. The longest recording of the symphony in Polygrams archive was 74 minutes, so the CD size was increased to 12 cm diameter to accommodate the extra data." - Author: David Byrne

Quotes About Ship Has Sailed

"By what seemed then and still seems a chance, the suggestion of a moments idle thought followed up upon familiar lines and paths that I had tracked a hundred times already, the great truth burst upon me, and I saw, mapped out in lines of light, a whole world, a sphere unknown; continents and islands, and great oceans in which no ship has sailed (to my belief) since a Man first lifted up his eyes and beheld the sun, and the stars of heaven, and the quiet earth beneath." - Author: Arthur Machen

Quotes About Prove

"As a result of its investigation, the NIH said that to qualify for funding, all proposals for research on human subjects had to be approved by review boards—independent bodies made up of professionals and laypeople of diverse races, classes, and backgrounds—to ensure that they met the NIHs ethics requirements, including detailed informed consent. Scientists said medical research was doomed. In a letter to the editor of Science, one of them warned, "When we are prevented from attempting seemingly innocuous studies of cancer behavior in humans … we may mark 1966 as the year in which all medical progress ceased." - Author: Rebecca Skloot

Quotes About Tristee

"Un cer ca o boltă unei inimi dezolate...Parcă toate singurătățile au purces spre înălțimi și s-au oprit în drum ca tristețea muritorilor să se mângâie în contemplarea lor. Singurul cer ce te poate dispensa de mare și care te invită să mori frumos și nefericit." - Author: Emil Cioran

Quotes About Pain And Love And Life

"When everything broken is broken, and everything dead is dead,and the hero has looked into the mirror with complete contempt,and the heroine has studied her face and its defectsremorselessly, and the pain they thought might,as a token of their earnestness, release them from themselveshas lost its novelty and not released them,and they have begun to think, kindly and distantly,watching the others go about their days—likes and dislikes, reasons, habits, fears—that self-love is the one weedy stalkof every human blossoming, and understood,therefore, why they had been, all their lives, in such a fury to defend it, and that no one—except some almost inconceivable saint in his poolof poverty and silence—can escape this violent, automaticlifes companion ever, maybe then, ordinary light,faint music under things, a hovering like grace appears." - Author: Robert Hass