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"There are some days when I think
I'm going to die from an overdose
of satisfaction."
- Salvadore Dali

"Everybody likes a kidder,
but nobody lends him money."
- Arthur Miller

"He who passively accepts evil is as
much involved in it as he who
helps to perpetuate it."
- Martin Luther King

"You get in life what you have 
the courage to ask for."
- Oprah Winfrey

"If you head is wax,
don't walk in the sun."
- Benjamin Franklin

"The most valuable of all talents is 
that of never using two words
when one will do."
- Thomas Jefferson
"Look at everything as though 
you were seeing it either for
the first or last time."
- Betty Smith

"The artist is nothing without
the gift, but the gift is nothing
without work."
- Emile Zola
"Bravery is the capacity to perform
properly even when scared 
half to death."
- Gen. Omar N. Bradley
"Life is rather like a tin of sardines ~
we're all of us looking for the key."
- Alan Bennett
"The discipline of writing 
something down is the first step
toward making it happen."
- Lee Iacocca

"In a state where corruption abounds,
laws must be very numerous."
- Tacitus

"I like the dreams of the future
Better than the history of
the past."
- Thomas Jefferson
"There are no shortcuts to
any place worth going."
- Beverley Sills
"The buck stops here."
- Harry S. Truman
"The policy of being too cautious
is the greatest risk of all."
- Jawaharial Nehru
"It's tough to make predictions,
especially about the future."
- Yogi Berra
"In the forest no tree grows
straight.  But they all reach up
towards the light and the 
goodness in life."
- Native American Proverb
"Clothes make the man.  
Naked people have little or 
no influence on society."
- Mark Twain
"Fear is not the natural state
of civilized people."
- Aung San Suu Kvi 

"One of the advantages of
being disorderly is that one
is constantly making exciting
- A.A. Milne

"The greatness of America lies not
in being more enlightened than
any other nation, but rather
in her ability to repair her
- Alexis de Tocqueville

"Do you wish people to think well
of you?  Don't speak well of
- Blaise Pascal

"The more that you read, the more
things you will know.  The more
that you learn, the more places
you'll go."
- Dr. Seuss

"If you think a great conference
is one where presenters read a
script while showing the 
audience bullet points,
you're wrong."
- Seth Godin

"Fire is the test of gold;
adversity, of strong men."
- Seneca

"If there is no struggle, there
is no progress."
- Frederick Douglass

"Life is change.  Growth is
optional.  Choose wisely."
- Karen Kaiser Clark
"History doesn't repeat itself,
but it does rhyme.""
- Mark Twain

"I destroy me enemy when I make
him my friend."
- Abraham Lincoln
"All serious daring starts
from within."
- Eudora Welty

"The true teacher defends his
pupils against his own personal
influence.  He inspires self-distrust.
He guides their eyes from himself
to the spirit that quickens him.
He will have no disciple."
- Amos Bronson Alcott




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