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"Nothing is better than reading and gaining more and more knowledge." - Stephen Hawking

"Science is a systematic means of gaining reliable knowledge." - John Dewey

"Uncertainty is the prerequisite to gaining knowledge and frequently the result as well." - Edith Hamilton

"It' easy to find information on Google guru but that's not equal to gaining knowledge." - Narendra Modi

"Experimentation is the least arrogant method of gaining knowledge. The experimenter humbly asks a question of nature." - Isaac Asimov

"It will contribute towards one's object, who wishes to acquire a facility in the gaining of knowledge, to doubt judiciously." - Aristotle

"If by gaining knowledge we destroy our health, we labour for a thing that will be useless in our hands." - John Locke

"Gaining a victory is more difficult than maintaining it once you have it." - Joyce Meyer

"Knowing how to keep a friend is more important than gaining a new one." - Baltasar Gracian

"Sometimes I worry more about losing weight than gaining weight, because this is how people know and accept me." - America Ferrera

"Gaining insight into one's underlying motives, it seems, is more like a belief conversion than a self-discovery process" - Albert Bandura

"With knowledge comes more doubt." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"It's becoming less and less the National Security Agency and more and more the national surveillance agency. It's gaining more offensive powers with each passing year." - Edward Snowden

"More appealing than knowledge itself is the feeling of knowledge." - Daniel J Boorstin

"People knowledge is much more important than mere product knowledge." - John C Maxwell

"Gaining time is gaining everything in love, trade and war." - John Shebbeare

"Each of us can make a great difference in the lives of other people, particularly as we move along the Success Process ourselves growing in strength, gaining experience and knowledge." - Stedman Graham

"Children have the wisdom of God and are closer to it than many people who have spent years in this world gaining all kinds of knowledge about the nature of religion. Children have it naturally." - Harold Klemp

"One might suppose that reality must be held to at all costs. However, though that may be the moral thing to do, it is not necessarily the most useful thing to do. The Greeks themselves chose the ideal over the real in their geometry and demonstrated very well that far more could be achieved by consideration of abstract line and form than by a study of the real lines and forms of the world; the greater understanding achieved through abstraction could be applied most usefully to the very reality that was ignored in the process of gaining knowledge." - Isaac Asimov

"Not only did I win the fight, but I won something that's more than a fight could ever give me and that is gaining back a family." - Nonito Donaire

"Creationists are possibly gaining more political power. In the U.S., you are constantly hearing stories of school boards harassing teachers and trying to get textbooks banned." - Richard Dawkins

"Because knowledge changes so rapidly, knowledge flow is more important than knowledge stock." - John Hagel

"Until very recently, most knowledge was inaccessible to people who couldn't read text. But this is changing. The computer opens up other channels of gaining knowledge. If someone is blind, we now have very good machines that will read to him. If someone can't recognize letters, he also will have access to knowledge through sound and images." - Seymour Papert

"The importance of language in gaining knowledge is doubtless the chief cause of the common notion that knowledge may be passed directly from one to another. It almost seems as if all we have to do to convey an idea into the mind of another is to convey a sound into his ear. Thus imparting knowledge gets assimilated to a purely physical process." - John Dewey

"Knowledge is of more value than gold" - Solomon

"Mystery is more important than knowledge." - J J Abrams

"Knowledge is more important than space." - Edward Glaeser

"Imagination is more powerful than knowledge." - Albert Einstein

"Knowledge brings more questions than answers." - Carlos Gershenson

"More the knowledge lesser the Ego, lesser the knowledge, more the Ego." - Albert Einstein

"We do not need more knowledge, we need more character!" - Calvin Coolidge

"The world grows more enlightened. Knowledge is more equally diffused." - John Adams

"Be generous with the credit for your achievements. The more other people feel that they are gaining from your success, the more they will continue to help and others will want to join in" - Octavius Black

"The more I consider the condition of the white men, the more fixed becomes my opinion that, instead of gaining, they have lost much by subjecting themselves to what they call the laws and regulations of civilized socieities." - Tomochichi

"A child who has a grandparent has a softened view of life, the feeling that there is more to life than what we see, more than getting and gaining, winning and losing." - Lois Wyse

"Engineers use knowledge primarily to design, produce, and operate artifacts. ... Scientists, by contrast, use knowledge primarily to generate more knowledge." - Walter Guido Vincenti

"True knowledge never shuts the door on more knowledge, but zeal often does." - Hugh Nibley

"A little knowledge OF God is worth more than a great deal of knowledge ABOUT him." - J I Packer

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." - Albert Einstein

"Knowledge gained through experience is far superior and many times more useful than bookish knowledge." - Mahatma Gandhi

"Knowledge is promiscuous. It mates and gives birth to more knowledge." - Alvin Toffler

"A little knowledge that acts is worth infinitely more than much knowledge that is idle." - Khalil Gibran

"One way to eliminate self negating thoughts and behavior is by gaining more understanding through realizing that you cannot force others to see that what you feel is real." - Iyanla Vanzant

"It's ok to care about what other people think, but you should give a little more weight to what you, yourself, think...The habit of thinking is the habit of gaining strength. You're stronger than you believe." - Nnedi Okorafor

"The envious are more likely to be mollified by seeing others deprived of some advantage than by gaining it for themselves. It is not what they lack that chiefly troubles them, but what others have." - Henry Hazlitt

"Even if we fail, we are still gaining life experience. The worst thing that could happen is that we come out smarter and more prepared for our next challenge." - Jane Powell

"Because GMOs aren't labeled, it's very hard to prove causality in terms of health effects. It's even more difficult because the seeds are patented, so independent researchers have a hard time gaining access to them." - Zoe Lister-Jones

"I am gaining in health slowly, and am quite cheerful in view of my approaching end, - being fully persuaded that I am worth inconceivably more to hang than any other purpose." - John Brown

"For if enough people were really convinced that growth should be halted, and if they acted on that conviction, then billions of others might be deprived of any realistic hope of gaining the opportunities now enjoyed by the more fortunate." - Herman Kahn

"The more knowledge, the more responsibility. The more love, the more ability." - Edgar Cayce

"First, my people must be taught the knowledge of self. Then and only then will they be able to under-stand others and that which surrounds them. Anyone who does not have a knowledge of self is considered a victim of either amnesia or unconsciousness and is not very competent. The lack of knowledge of self is a prevailing condition among my people here in America. Gaining the knowledge of self makes us unite into a great unity. Knowledge of self makes you take on the great virtue of learning." - Elijah Muhammad

"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge." - Charles Darwin

"O telescope, instrument of knowledge, more precious than any sceptre." - Johannes Kepler

"The more knowledge, the clearer what the doubts are." - Mason Cooley

"The pursuit of knowledge is more valuable than its possession." - Albert Einstein

"A guy that has more knowledge has the advantage." - Georges St-Pierre

"Teaching is more than imparting knowledge, it is inspiring change." - William Arthur Ward

"Without wisdom, knowledge is more stupid than ignorance." - Anonymous

"You imagination is more important than your knowledge." - Mike Murdock

"Inspiration springs more readily from knowledge than from ignorance." - Horace Kallen

"Knowledge gives a wider choice and more anguish." - Samuel Florman

"Nothing is more powerful and liberating than knowledge." - William H. Gray III

"Carelessness does more harm than a want of knowledge." - Benjamin Franklin

"The best knowledge workers are working for more than money." - Marshall Goldsmith

"The more certain our knowledge the less we know." - Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

"Imagination offers more than knowledge because of its pure illuminations." - Alex Mero

"Technology requires knowledge and expertise more than it requires money." - Jonathan Raymond

"Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance." - George Bernard Shaw

"Real magic is not about gaining power over others: it is about gaining power over yourself." - Rosemary Ellen Guiley

"Yes! He knew how she would love. He had not loved her without gaining that instinctive knowledge of what capabilities were in her. Her soul would walk in glorious sunlight if any man was worthy, by his power of loving, to win back her love." - Elizabeth Gaskell

"A mind in control is always better than a mind out of control. For one thing, a controlled mind can learn much better and go much further than a chaotic one. A person with a steady-state mind has the potential to exit this life with a much greater understanding than someone who is continually learning and forgetting, gaining and misplacing knowledge." - Jim Woodring

"Many people think that by hoarding money they are gaining safety for themselves. if money is your ONLY hope for independence, you will never have it. The only real security that a person can have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability. Without these qualities, money is practically useless." - Henry Ford

"I show people the techniques for gaining knowledge, and this inspires them in their search for truth, freedom and happiness. I also try to show people that truth exists as much in this world as it does in any other world." - Frederick Lenz

"Any systematic body of knowledge is science. The more systematic the body of knowledge is the more scientific it is." - Kedar Joshi

"Many persons think that by hoarding money they are gaining safety for themselves. If money is your only hope for independence, you will never have it. The only real security that a man can have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability. Without these qualities, money is practically useless. The security even of money depends on knowledge, experience, and ability. If productive ideas are displaced by destructive ideas, economic life suffers." - Henry Ford

"As we acquire more knowledge, things do not become more comprehensible, but more mysterious." - Albert Schweitzer

"Gaining people's trust might be harder than gaining all creation. But, what is harder than gaining people's trust is having to abandon them." - Queen Seondeok of Silla

"Knowledge, or more expressively truth, - for knowledge is truth received into our intelligence, - truth is an ideal whole." - John Sterling

"Knowledge, or more expressively truth,-for knowledge is truth received into our intelligence,-truth is an ideal whole." - John Sterling

"If self-knowledge is the road to virtue, so is virtue still more the road to self-knowledge." - Jean Paul

"We strive toward knowledge, always more knowledge, but must understand that we are, and will remain, surrounded by mystery." - Marcelo Gleiser

"It meant something to me - the idea of a coat guarding and hiding a woman's body. For me, a woman who is absorbed in her work, who does not care about gaining one's favor, strong yet subtle at the same time, is essentially more seductive. The more she hides and abandons her femininity, the more it emerges from the very heart of her existence." - Yohji Yamamoto

"It meant something to me - the idea of a coat guarding and hiding a woman's body. For me, a woman who is absorbed in her work, who does not care about gaining one's favor, strong yet subtle at the same time, is essentially more seductive. The more she hides and abandons her femininity, the more it emerges from the very heart of her existence." - Yohji Yamamoto

"For more than twenty years he [Blanchard] toiled on through the most fatiguing paths of literary composition, mostly in periodicals, often anonymously; pleasing and lightly instructing thousands, but gaining none of the prizes, whether of weighty reputation or popular renown, which more fortunate chances, or more pretending modes of investing talent, have given in our day to men of half his merits." - Samuel Laman Blanchard

"As we gain knowledge, we do not become more certain, we become certain of more." - Ayn Rand

"Travel is like knowledge. The more you see, the more you know you have' seen." - Mark Hertsgaard

"As we acquire knowledge, things do not become more comprehensible, but more mysterious." - Albert Schweitzer

"Knowledge is like money, the more a man gits the more he hankers for." - Josh Billings

"Travel is like knowledge. The more you see, the more you know you haven't seen." - Mark Hertsgaard

"The more you learn, the more you have a framework that the knowledge fits into." - Bill Gates

"The more knowledge you have, the more you're free to rely on your instincts." - Arnold Schwarzenegger

"Knowledge breeds doubt, not certainty, And the more we know the more uncertain we become." - A J P Taylor

"The academic world was marching toward ever more specialized knowledge, expressed in ever more dense jargon." - Michael Crichton

"In conversation, humor is worth more than wit and easiness more than knowledge." - George Herbert

"Don't try to lose weight. Take delight in gaining fitness." - Alan Cohen

"Gaining superpowers doesn't mean you know how to use them." - Richelle Mead

"For one gains by losing And loses by gaining." - Laozi

"You are either losing your mind - or gaining your soul." - Julia Cameron

"Happily, fantastic fiction is slowly gaining in status." - Karin Tidbeck

"Motorcycles aren't about gaining agency, I don't think." - Rachel Kushner

"Don't look back: Something may be gaining on you." - Satchel Paige

"Don't look back. Something might be gaining on you." - Satchel Paige

"I'm gaining weight the right way: I'm drinking beer." - Johnny Damon

"Never look back; something is always gaining on you." - Laurell K Hamilton

"I'm convinced we all are voyeurs. It's part of the detective thing. We want to know secrets and we want to know what goes on behind those windows. And not in a way that we would use to hurt anyone. There's an entertainment value to it, but at the same time we want to know: What do humans do? Do they do the same things as I do? It's a gaining of some sort of knowledge, I think." - David Lynch

"The more you look at 'common knowledge', the more you realise that it is more likely to be common than it is to be knowledge. No real knowledge is common." - Idries Shah

"Those that much covet are with gain so fond, For what they have not, that which they possess They scatter and unloose it from their bond, And so, by hoping more, they have but less; Or, gaining more, the profit of excess Is but to surfeit, and such griefs sustain, That they prove bankrupt in this poor-rich gain." - William Shakespeare

"New York is a much more bourgeois city, more of a tourist attraction than a muscular metropolis. It's lost moxie and a rough energy, while gaining grace and friendliness. I love both versions of the city, but I wish the prosperous Manhattan would become a little easier for young people to afford." - Rafael Yglesias

"The mind always hankers for more and more. If you have money, it hankers for more money; if you have prestige, it hankers for more prestige; if you have knowledge, it hankers for more knowledge. Mind lives in the 'more.'" - Rajneesh

"Partial knowledge is more triumphant than complete knowledge; it takes things to be simpler than they are, and so makes its theory more popular and convincing." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"We want more knowledge about our animals and less sentiment. Far more cruelty is caused in this country by lack of knowledge than by lack of heart." - Muriel Wace

"Oppressive language does more than represent violence; it is violence; does more than represent the limits of knowledge; it limits knowledge." - Toni Morrison

"Good nature is worth more than knowledge, more than money, more than honor, to the persons who posses it." - Henry Ward Beecher

"Good nature is worth more than knowledge, more than money, more than honor, to the persons who possess it." - Henry Ward Beecher

"It seems to me that the moralist is the most useless and contemptible of creatures. He is useless in that he would expend his energies upon making judgments rather than upon gaining knowledge, for the reason that judgment is easy and knowledge is difficult. He is contemptible in that his judgments reflect a vision of himself which in his ignorance and pride he would impose upon the world. I implore you, do not become a moralist; you will destroy your art and your mind." - John Edward Williams

"Our knowledge, experience, and wisdom can assist us in gaining more from this life, which will correctly set up our next life." - Frederick Lenz

"Don't imagine that you'll discover {the truth} by accumulating more knowledge. Knowledge creates doubt, and doubt makes you ravenous for more knowledge. You can't get full eating this way." - Laozi

"Do you want to be a gentleman, to spite her or to gain her over? Because, if it is to spite her, I should think - but you know best - that might be better and more independently done by caring nothing for her words. And if it is to gain her over, I should think - but you know best - she was not worth gaining over." - Charles Dickens

"Some crimes get honor and renown by being committed with more pomp, by a greater number, and in a higher degree of wickedness thanothers. Hence it is that public robberies, plunderings, and sackings have been looked upon as excellencies and noble achievements, and the seizing of whole countries, however unjustly and barbarously, is dignified with the glorious name of gaining conquests." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"And there's one more thing to be aware of " Cam said with a wintry softness that disguised all hint of feeling. "If you succeed in marrying her we're not losing a sister. You're gaining an entire family-who will protect her at any cost." - Lisa Kleypas

"I suspect losing paper maps but gaining GPS and online maps is a similar step function: maps still exist, but they're vastly more useful, not to say permanently up to date, in their new form. Again, I won't be shedding any tears, but I'll keep a paper road atlas in the back of my car for another few years, I think, Just In Case." - Charles Stross

"And there's one more thing to be aware of " Cam said with a wintry softness that disguised all hint of feeling. "If you succeed in marrying her we"re not losing a sister. You're gaining an entire family-who will protect her at any cost." - Lisa Kleypas

"Lately even the harshest critics of President Bush have been forced to admit maybe he's right about freedom's march around the globe. What if we are watching an example of presidential leadership that will be taught in American schools for generations to come? It's an idea gaining more currency." - Brian Williams

"Sometimes I worry more about losing weight than gaining weight, because this is how people know and accept me. I do feel like if I wanted to get in better shape, there might be a backlash of, Why isn't she comfortable with herself anymore? So I try to figure out what my own goals are." - America Ferrera

"The first office of the social organ we call the school is to provide a simplified environment. It selects the features which are fairly fundamental and capable of being responded to by the young. Then it establishes a progressive order, using the factors first acquired as means of gaining insight into what is more complicated." - John Dewey

"More skillful in self-knowledge, even more pure, As tempted more; more able to endure, As more exposed to suffering and distress." - William Wordsworth

"More skilful in self-knowledge, even more pure, As tempted more; more able to endure, As more exposed to suffering and distress." - William Wordsworth

"Hereafter, in a better world than this, I shall desire more love and knowledge of you" - William Shakespeare

"The devil has more knowledge than any of us, and yet is no better for it." - J C Ryle

"It's more useful to have knowledge about cuts of meat than a lot of money." - Jacques Pepin

"There is no magic. There is only knowledge, more or less hidden." - Gene Wolfe

"The more one knows, the luckier he is, for knowledge is the greatest gift in life." - L Frank Baum

"Knowledge was more powerful than fear. Love was stronger than hate." - Lauren Myracle

"Imagination Is More Powerful Than Knowledge Because Knowledhe Is Limited But Imagination Is Without Boundaries" - Albert Einstein

"Without knowledge, life is no more than the shadow of death" - Moliere

"A thorough knowledge of the elements takes us more than half the road to mastership" - Aron Nimzowitsch

"Management of outcomes may not be any more than a skill. It does not require knowledge." - W Edwards Deming

"Maybe knowledge is as fundamental, or even more fundamental than [material] reality." - Anton Zeilinger

"Ignorance, if recognized, is often more fruitful than the appearance of knowledge." - Walker Percy

"In friendship as well as love, ignorance very often contributes more to our happiness than knowledge." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"There was never an age in which useless knowledge was more important than in our own." - C. E. M. Joad

"Characterization requires self-knowledge, insight into human nature . . . it is more than impersonation." - Leon Surmelian

"Knowledge relaxes me. Football is all about playing faster. You play faster when you know more." - Marshall Faulk

"Knowledge is more than equivalent to force. The master of mechanics laughs at strength." - Samuel Johnson

"In the medical profession a horse and carriage are more necessary than any scientific knowledge." - Honore De Balzac

"Intuition is more than knowledge, and truth comes pure from the heart." - Don Bradley

"God will give you more knowledge about yourself than you could ever think to know." - Jesse Duplantis

"Who knows more about male weakness: you or me? Use my knowledge, Sage." - Richelle Mead

"It must certainly be more dangerous to live in ignorance than to live with knowledge." - Frank Herbert

"The more knowledge one person has of the other, the greater the intimacy within the relationship." - John Friend



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