Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored
Quote by Aldous Huxley
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After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
To his dog, every man is Napoleon; hence the constant popularity of dogs.
We participate in a tragedy at a comedy we only look.
All that happens means something; nothing you do is ever insignificant.
Happiness is not achieved by the conscious pursuit of happiness it is generally the by product of other activities.
Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.
Idealism is the noble toga that political gentlemen drape over their will to power.
Never put off till tomorrow the fun you can have today.
We are long before we are convinced that happiness is never to be found, and each believes it possessed by others, to keep alive the hope of obtaining it for himself.
My fate cannot be mastered it can only be collaborated with and thereby, to some extent, directed. Nor am I the captain of my soul I am only its noisiest passenger.
It's amazing how people will give when you don't ask. Many of them send money because they believe in the message.
I think Gingrich has embarrassed the party over time. Whether he'll do it again in the future, I don't know. But Gov. Romney never has.
My work has also motivated me to put a lot of time into seeking out good food and to spend more money on it.
When women earn the money for the family, everyone in the family benefits. We also know that when women have an income, everyone wins because women dedicate 90% of the income to health, education, to food security, to the children, to the family, or to the community, so when women have an income, everybody wins.
War is like love it always finds a way.
As men are not able to fight against death, misery, ignorance, they have taken it into their heads, in order to be happy, not to think of them at all.
The '80s made up for all the abuse I took during the '70s. I outlived all my critics. By the time I retired, everybody saw me as a venerable institution. Things do change.
Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery He has not been broken in two by time he is not two men, but one, and he has saved not only his soul, but his life.
Let us learn to appreciate there will be times when the trees will be bare, and look forward to the time when we may pick the fruit.
Death and love are the two wings that bear the good man to heaven.