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"Obstinate people can be divided into the opinionated, the ignorant, and the boorish." - Aristotle

"Obstinate, headstrong girl!" - Jane Austen

"The world doesn't come to the clever folks, it comes to the stubborn, obstinate, one-idea-at-a-time people." - Mary Roberts Rinehart

"People first abandon reason, and then become obstinate; and the deeper they are in error the more angry they are." - Hugh Blair

"Leading the Jewish people is not easy - we are a divided, obstinate, highly individualistic people who have cultivated faith, sharp wittedness and polemics to a very high level." - Shimon Peres

"Fools and obstinate men make lawyers rich." - Proverbs

"I've been called 'hardheaded,' 'obstinate,' 'unreasonable,' etc." - Benigno Aquino Iii

"The truth about myself? I'm obstinate, self-assured, ambitious and sloppy. I think I lead a quite normal life, certainly with five hours of trainig per day. Many people would probably be surprised if they met me." - Franziska van Almsick

"What is exciting is not for one person to be stronger than the other... but for two people to have met their match and yet they are equally as stubborn, as obstinate, as passionate, as crazy as the other." - Barbra Streisand

"An obstinate person does not hold opinions; they hold them." - Alexander Pope

"I am obstinate and I will not give in." - Jane Goodall

"I prefer an accommodating vice To an obstinate virtue." - Moliere

"Nothing is more obstinate than a fashionable consensus." - Margaret Thatcher

"resolute, adj. Obstinate in a course that we approve." - Ambrose Bierce

"Leave the Artillerymen alone, they are an obstinate lot..." - Napoleon Bonaparte

"Discipline is, in a manner, nothing else but the art of inspiring the soldiers with greater fear of their officers than of the enemy. This fear has often the effect of courage: but it cannot prevail against the fierce and obstinate valor of people animated by fanaticism, or warm love of their country." - Claude Adrien Helvetius

"You know I won't turn over a new leaf I am so obstinate, but then I am no less obstinate in being your affectionate Husband." - William Hogarth

"To persevere In obstinate condolement is a course Of impious stubbornness: 'tis unmanly grief." - William Shakespeare

"Life is obstinate and clings closest where it is most hated." - Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

"I am firm; YOU are obstinate; HE is a pig-headed fool." - Bertrand Russell

"To persevere In obstinate condolement is a course Of impious stubbornness: 'tis unmanly grief." - William Shakespeare

"An obstinate man does not hold opinions, but they hold him." - Alexander Pope

"He who falls obstinate in his courage, if he falls he fights from his knees." - Michel De Montaigne

"A small mind is obstinate. A great mind can lead and be led." - Alexander Cannon

"It's only by being obstinate that anything is got, or done." - Rumer Godden

"Davis was weak and vascillating, timid, petulant, peevish, obstinate, but not firm." - Alexander H. Stephens

"Thinking too little about things or thinking too much both make us obstinate and fanatical." - Blaise Pascal

"Americans, while occasionally willing to be serfs, have always been obstinate about being peasantry." - F Scott Fitzgerald

"I do not argue with obstinate men. I act in spite of them." - Agatha Christie

"The male sex still constitute in many ways the most obstinate vested interest one can find." - Francis Aungier

"Men of integrity are generally pretty obstinate, in adhering to an opinion once adopted." - William Cobbett

"Vanity dies hard; in some obstinate cases it outlives the man." - Robert Louis Stevenson

"The great man presides over all his states of consciousness with obstinate rigor." - Leonardo Da Vinci

"Life is obstinate and clings closest where it is most hated." - Mary Shelley

"I am firm. You are obstinate. He is a pig-headed fool." - Katharine Whitehorn

"Metaphysics means nothing but an unusually obstinate effort to think clearly." - William James

"The less taste a person has in dress, the more obstinate he always seems to be." - Jerome K Jerome

"Taking the line of least resistance, we lump the most different people together under the same heading. Taking the line of least resistance, we ascribe to them collective crimes, collective acts and opinions. "The Serbs have massacred...", "The English have devastated...", "The Jews have confiscated...", "The Blacks have torched", "The Arabs refuse...". We blithely express sweeping judgments on whole peoples, calling them "hardworking" and "ingenious", or "lazy", "touchy", "sly", "proud", or "obstinate". And sometimes this ends in bloodshed." - Amin Maalouf "On Identity" - Amin Maalouf

"All the time I was plowing through books on dyslexia, I found myself asking: what if, what if? What if you were a kid the 1950s with this condition, when there were no books on it, when there was no understanding of it. I remember kids in my class at school who just didn't seem to progress in their reading. There was no extra help. People just thought, "Oh, he or she isn't so bright, or they're obstinate."" - Maggie O'Farrell

"Presumption will be easily corrected; but timidity is a disease of the mind more obstinate and fatal." - Samuel Johnson

"Many are obstinate with regard to the pathway once they have set upon it, few with regard to the goal." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"You're obstinate, pliant, merry, morose, all at once. For me there's no living with you, or without you." - Martial

"OBSTINATE, adj. Inaccessible to the truth as it is manifest in the splendor and stress of our advocacy." - Ambrose Bierce

"I have never observed other effects of whipping than to render boys more cowardly, or more willfully obstinate." - Michel De Montaigne

"The death sentence is a necessary and efficacious means for the Church to attain its end when rebels act against it and disturbers of the ecclesiastical unity, especially obstinate heretics and heresiarchs, cannot be restrained by any other penalty from continuing to derange the ecclesiastical order and impelling others to all sorts of crime ... When the perversity of one or several is calculated to bring about the ruin of many of its children it is bound effectively to remove it, in such wise that if there be no other remedy for saving its people it can and must put these wicked men to death." - Pope Leo XIII

"He must be theory-mad beyond redemption who ... shall ... persist in attempting to reconcile the obstinate oils and waters of Poetry and Truth." - Edgar Allan Poe

"Obama acknowledges his overreach openly every time he argues that he intends to do the job of an obstinate Republican congress." - David Harsanyi

"In time of war all countries behave equally badly, because the power of action is handed over to stupid and obstinate men." - Kenneth Clark

"I have become an obstinate heretic in the eyes of my colleagues. Momentary success carries more power of conviction than reflections upon principles." - Albert Einstein

"My great mistake, the fault for which I ca' forgive myself, is that one day I ceased my obstinate pursuit of my own individuality." - Oscar Wilde

"For the life of her, she couldn't understand how such an obstinate, boneheaded chauvinist could make her pulse race and her insides turn to jelly." - Joanne Fluke

"My great mistake, the fault for which I can't forgive myself, is that one day I ceased my obstinate pursuit of my own individuality." - Oscar Wilde

"Few men are so obstinate in their atheism, that a pressing danger will not compel them to acknowledgment of a divine power....." - Plato

"Be not unwilling in what thou doest, neither selfish nor unadvised nor obstinate; let not over-refinement deck out thy thought; be not wordy nor a busybody." - Marcus Aurelius

"His true Penelope was Flaubert, He fished by obstinate isles; Observed the elegance of Circe's hair Rather than the mottoes on sun-dials." - Ezra Pound

"A constellation of the most pedantic, obstinate ignorance and presumption, mixed with a kind of rustic incivility, which would try the patience of Job." - Giordano Bruno

"Passions often produce their contraries: avarice sometimes leads to prodigality, and prodigality to avarice; we are often obstinate through weakness and daring through timidity." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"Human longings are perversely obstinate; and to the man whose mouth is watering for a peach, it is of no use to offer the largest vegetable marrow." - George Eliot

"She would simply wait on the bridge, calm and obstinate, until events, real events, not her own fantasies, roe to her challenge, and dispelled her insignificance." - Ian Mcewan

"Nothing is more dangerous in practice, than an obstinate, unbending adherence to a system, particularly in its application to the wants and errors of mankind." - Jean-Baptiste Say

"I remain convinced that obstinate addiction to ordinary language in our private thoughts is one of the main obstacles to progress in philosophy." - Bertrand Russell

"The dynamic element in my philosophy, taken as a whole, can be seen as an obstinate and untiring battle against the spirit of abstraction." - Gabriel Marcel

"Obstinacy and heat in argument are surest proofs of folly. Is there anything so stubborn, obstinate, disdainful, contemplative, grave, or serious, as an ass?" - Michel De Montaigne

"The passion of hatred is so long lived and so obstinate a malady that the surest sign of death in a sick person is their desire for reconciliation." - Jean De La Bruyere

"With fools, there is no companionship. Rather than to live with men who are selfish, vain, quarrelsome, and obstinate, let a man walk alone." - Buddha

"I'm interested in the ongoing war between the individual and community. That inner dissent against whatever group is surrounding you. No one wants to cede their selfhood to a group, right? And yet no one can exactly live outside the group, either. Even the most obstinate survivalist probably lives in some telepathic communion with all the other obstinate survivalists out there in the woods." - Jonathan Raymond

"A mind is accustomed to mathematical deduction, when confronted with the faulty foundations of astrology, resists a long, long time, like an obstinate mule, until compelled by beating and curses to put its foot into that dirty puddle." - Johannes Kepler

"Strong mental agitation and disturbance was no novelty to him, even before his late sufferings. It never is, to obstinate and sullen natures; for they struggle hard to be such." - Charles Dickens

"It is right that we should stand by and act on our principles; but not right to hold them in obstinate blindness, or retain them when proved to be erroneous." - Michael Faraday

"The two commonest mistakes in judgement ... are, the confounding of shyness with arrogance - a very common mistake indeed - and the not understanding that an obstinate nature exists in a perpetual struggle with itself." - Charles Dickens

"We must define flattery and praise; they are distinct. Trajan was encouraged to virtue by the panegyric Pliny; Tiberius became obstinate in vice from the flattery of his senators." - Louis XVI of France

"Although I never lack the presence and plain image of my own wretched infirmity, yet seeing sin so manifestly abounds in all estates, I am compelled to thunder out the threatenings of God against the obstinate rebels." - John Knox

"Of all hardness of heart there is none so inexcusable as that of parents toward their children. An obstinate, inflexible, unforgiving temper is odious upon all occasions; but here it is unnatural." - Joseph Addison

"We must define flattery and praise; they are distinct. Trajan was encouraged to virtue by the panegyric Pliny; Tiberius became obstinate in vice from the flattery of his senators." - Louis XVI

"If a daughter you have, she's the plague of your life, No peace shall you know though you've buried your wife! At twenty she mocks at the duty you taught her - Oh, what a plague is an obstinate daughter!" - Richard Brinsley Sheridan

"Sin first is pleasing, then it grows easy, then delightful, then frequent, then habitual, then confirmed; then the man is impenitent, then he is obstinate, then he is resolved never to repent, and then he is ruined." - Robert Leighton

"An obstinate, ungovernable self-sufficiency plainly points out to us that state of imperfect maturity at which the graceful levity of youth is lost and the solidity of experience not yet acquired." - Junius

"Those obstinate questionings Of sense and outward things, Fallings from us, vanishings; Blank misgivings of a Creature Moving about in worlds not realised, High instincts before which our mortal Nature Did tremble like a guilty thing surprised" - William Wordsworth

"There is nothing more likely to drive a man mad, than the being unable to get rid of the idea of the distinction between right and wrong, and an obstinate, constitutional preference of the true to the agreeable." - William Hazlitt

"The tyranny of mankind; it was like the obstinate drip of water falling on a stone and hollowing it little by little; and this drip continued, falling obstinately, falling without pause on the souls of the children." - Halldór Laxness

"I bid you conquer in your warfare against your four great enemies, the world, the devil, the flesh, and above all, that obstinate and perverse self-will, unaided by which the other three would be comparatively powerless." - Augustus William Hare

"True wisdom is less presuming than folly. The wise man doubteth often, and changeth his mind; the fool is obstinate, and doubteth not; he knoweth all things but his own ignorance." - Akhenaton

"Timidity is a disease of the mind, obstinate and fatal; for a man once persuaded that any impediment is insuperable has given it, with respect to himself, that strength and weight which it had not before." - Samuel Johnson

"Every day that we allow ourselves to take things for granted, every day that we allow some little physical infirmity or worldly worry to come between us and our obstinate, indignant, defiant exultation, we are weakening our genius for life." - John Cowper Powys

"I like mountains, always have done. Big obstinate bits of rock sticking up where they're not wanted and getting in folk's way. Great. Climbing them is a different matter altogether though. I hate that." - Mark Lawrence

"Time and time again, the obstinate refusal of the tsarist regime to concede reforms turned what should have been a political problem into a revolutionary crisis... the tsarist regime's downfall was not inevitable; but its own stupidity made it so." - Orlando Figes

"This obstinate will to personal happiness is the cause of unrest and division in your soul. Give it up and work against it: the rest will be given you without effort." - Tito Colliander

"An obstinate man does not hold opinions, but they hold him; for when he is once possessed with an error, it is, like a devil, only cast out with great difficulty." - Samuel Butler

"Those obstinate questionings Of sense and outward things, Fallings from us, vanishings; Blank misgivings of a Creature Moving about in worlds not realised, High instincts before which our mortal nature Did tremble like a guilty thing surprised." - William Wordsworth

"I was a peaceful sedentary man, a lover of a quiet life, with no appetite for perils and commotions. But I was beginning to realise that I was very obstinate." - John Buchan

"Hence my obstinate emphasis on stylistic continuity from work to work rather than specific sibling relationships between the individual work and other members of its stylistic 'family' in the world outside." - Brian Ferneyhough

"He repeated until his dying day that there was no one with more common sense, no stone cutter more obstinate, no manager more lucid or dangerous, than a poet." - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

"True wisdom is less presuming than folly. The wise man doubteth often, and changeth his mind; the fool is obstinate, and doubteth not; he knoweth all things but his own ignorance." - Akhenaton

"The liberally educated person is one who is able to resist the easy and preferred answers, not because he is obstinate but because he knows others worthy of consideration." - Allan Bloom

"Transformed people transform people." - Richard Rohr

"Trench says a wild man is a willed man. Well, then, a man of will who does what he wills or wishes, a man of hope and of the future tense, for not only the obstinate is willed, but far more the constant and persevering. The obstinate man, properly speaking, is one who will not. The perseverance of the saints is positive willedness, not a mere passive willingness. The fates are wild, for they will; and the Almighty is wild above all, as fate is." - Henry David Thoreau

"Guns don't kill people, people kill people." - Michael Moore

"Corporations aren't people. People are people!" - Barack Obama

"People quickly forget that people are people." - Jack Tatum

"Of all kinds of credulity, the most obstinate is that of party-spirit; of men, who, being numbered, they know not why, in any party, resign the use of their own eyes and ears, and resolve to believe nothing that does not favor those whom they profess to follow." - Samuel Johnson

"Even after the Truth has been realised, there remains that strong, obstinate impression that one is still an ego - the agent and experiencer. This has to be carefully removed by living in a state of constant identification with the supreme non-dual Self. Full Awakening is the eventual ceasing of all the mental impressions of being an ego." - Adi Shankara

"Charlotte slammed the paper down onto her desk with an exclamation of rage. "Aloysius Starkweather is the most stubborn, hypocritical, obstinate, degenerate-" She broke off, clearly fighting for control of her temper. Tessa had never seen Charlotte's mouth so firmly set into a hard line. "Would you like a thesaurus?" Will inquired. "You seem to be running out of words." - Cassandra Clare

"The shortest route is not the most direct one, but rather the one where the most favorable winds swell our sails:Mthat is the lesson that seafarers teach. Not to abide by this lesson is to be obstinate: here, firmness of character is tainted with stupidity." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"It is useless to check the vain dunce who has caught the mania of scribbling, whether prose or poetry, canzonets or criticisms,-let such a one go on till the disease exhausts itself. Opposition like water, thrown on burning oil, but increases the evil, because a person of weak judgment will seldom listen to reason, but become obstinate under reproof." - Sarah Josepha Hale

"It is of course, entirely possible that men (or anyone who is relatively privileged) are most defensive, most obstinate and unseeing when they are worried about losing privileges.... In the reactions of husbands, I detect a haunting worry about what they will lose when true gender equality arrives." - Faye J Crosby

"An island can be dreadful for someone from outside. Everything is complete, and everyone has his obstinate, sure and self-sufficient place. Within their shores, everything functions according to rituals that are as hard as rock from repetition, and at the same time they amble through their days as whimsically and casually as if the world ended at the horizon." - Tove Jansson

"If in physics there's something you don't understand, you can always hide behind the uncharted depths of nature. You can always blame God. You didn't make it so complex yourself. But if your program doesn't work, there is no one to hide behind. You cannot hide behind an obstinate nature. If it doesn't work, you've messed up." - Edsger Dijkstra

"A powerful portfolio of physiological and behavioural evidence now exists to support the case that fish feel pain and that this feeling matters. In the face of such evidence, any argument to the contrary based on the claim that fish 'do not have the right sort of brain' can no longer be called scientific. It is just obstinate." - John Webster

"There are obstinate and unknown braves who defend themselves inch by inch in the shadows against the fatal invasion of want and turpitude. There are noble and mysterious triumphs which no eye sees. No renown rewards, and no flourish of trumpets salutes. Life, misfortune, isolation, abandonment, and poverty and battlefields which have their heroes." - Victor Hugo

"Of the unreasoning humours of mankind it seems that (fame) is the one of which the philosophers themselves have disengaged themselves from last and with the most reluctance: it is the most intractable and obstinate; for [as St. Augustine says] it persists in tempting even minds nobly inclined." - Michel De Montaigne

"Charlotte slammed the paper down onto her desk with an exclamation of rage. "Aloysius Starkweather is the most stubborn, hypocritical, obstinate, degenerate-" She broke off, clearly fighting for control of her temper. Tessa had never seen Charlotte's mouth so firmly set into a hard line. "Would you like a thesaurus?" Will inquired. "You seem to be running out of words." - Cassandra Clare

"Who has the skill to make a narrow, obstinate human being aware of others' far-off grief and joy, to make him understand dimensions and delusions he himself has never lived through? Propaganda, coercion, and scientific proofs are powerless. But happily, in our world there is a way. It is art, and it is literature." - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

"If it be true that men of strong imaginations are usually dogmatists-and I am inclined to think it is so-it ought to follow that men of weak imaginations are the reverse; in which case we should have some compensation for stupidity. But it unfortunately happens that no dogmatist is more obstinate or less open to conviction than a fool." - Charles Caleb Colton

"Lawsuits generally originate with the obstinate and the ignorant, but they do not end with them; and that lawyer was right who left all his money to the support of an asylum for fools and lunatics, saying that from such he got it, and to such he would bequeath it." - Jeremy Bentham

"I once heard a learned man say, "Every evil has its remedy, except folly. To reprimand an obstinate fool or to preach to a dolt is like writing upon the water. Christ healed the blind, the halt, the palsied, and the leprous. But the fool He could not cure."" - Khalil Gibran

"Every returning New Yorker asks the question: Is this still my city? I have a ready answer, cloaked in obstinate despair: It is. And if it's not, I will love it all the more. I will love it to the point where it becomes mine again." - Gary Shteyngart

"If I refuse to allow my leg to be amputated, its mortification and my death may prove that I was wrong; but if I let the leg go, nobody can ever prove that it would not have mortified had I been obstinate. Operation is therefore the safe side for the surgeon as well as the lucrative side." - George Bernard Shaw

"Among other common lies, we have the silent lie - the deception which one conveys by simply keeping still and concealing the truth. Many obstinate truth-mongers indulge in this dissipation, imagining that if they speak no lie, they lie not at all." - Mark Twain

"And so, Reader, (for it is time to have done with guessing) would I bid you conquer in your warfare against your four great enemies, the world, the devil, the flesh, and above all, that obstinate and perverse self-will, unaided by which the other three would be comparatively powerless." - Augustus Hare

"I gang my own gait and have never belonged to my country, my home, my friends, or even my immediate family, with my whole heart; in the face of all these ties I have never lost an obstinate sense of detachment, of the need for solitude - a feeling which increases with the years." - Albert Einstein

"You know Balbec so well - do you have friends in the area?' I have friends wherever there are companies of trees, wounded but not vanquished, which huddle together with touching obstinacy to implore an inclement and pitiless sky.' That is not what I meant,' interrupted my father, as obstinate as the trees and as pitiless as the sky." - Marcel Proust

"However strong, however imposing a ship may appear, it is not 'disgraced' because it flies before the tempest. A commander ought always to remember that a man's life is worth more than the mere satisfaction of his own pride. In any case, to be obstinate is blameable, and to be wilful is dangerous." - Jules Verne

"Innovations, free thinking is blowing like a storm; those that stand in front of it, ignorant scholars like you, false scientists, perverse conservatives, obstinate goats, resisting mules are being crushed under the weight of these innovations. You are nothing but ants standing in front of the giants; nothing but chicks trying to challenge roaring volcanoes!" - Mehmet Murat Ildan

"They also have at that critical point of death the opportunity to be converted to God through repentance. And if they are so obstinate that even at the point of death their heart does not draw back from malice, it is possible to make a quite probable judgment that they would never come away from evil." - Thomas Aquinas

"It was always remarkable to me how ignorant the labels were of the listening habits of their own customers, and how obstinate they were in denying those habits and then trying to essentially alter those habits instead of retooling their business to adapt to them." - Todd Rundgren

"Little people belittle people. Great people make people feel great." - Rick Warren

"Loved people are loving people." - Katharine Hepburn

"Advent creates people, new people." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer

"Angry people are stupid people." - Don Miller

"The pastoral labours of the archbishop of Constantinople provoked and gradually united against him two sorts of enemies; the aspiring clergy, who envied his success, and the obstinate sinners, who were offended by his reproofs. When Chrysostom thundered from the pulpit of St. Sophia against the degeneracy of the Christians, his shafts were spent among the crowd, without wounding or even marking the character of any individual." - Edward Gibbon

"Philosophy arises from an unusually obstinate attempt to arrive at real knowledge. What passes for knowledge in ordinary life suffers from three defects: it is cocksure, vague and self-contradictory. The first step towards philosophy consists in becoming aware of these defects, not in order to rest content with a lazy scepticism, but in order to substitute an amended kind of knowledge which shall be tentative, precise and self-consistent." - Bertrand Russell

"The sun had, in the meanwhile, sunk behind the Ettersberg. We felt in the wood the chill of the evening, and drove all the quicker to Wiemar, and to Goethe's house. Goethe urged me to go in with him for a while, and I did so. He was in an extremely engaging mood. He talked a great deal about his theory of colors, and of his obstinate opponents; remarking that he was sure that he had done something in this science." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Real success and accomplishment, at whatever it is you are passionate about, requires real work. Real sacrifice. Real disappointment. Real failure. And it requires the ability to scrape your sorry ass up off the floor, stumble to your feet, wipe the rivulets of watery drool from your face, and do it again, like an obstinate toddler running against the wall with his head in a bucket." - Aisha Tyler

"They went down to Egypt and provided food when famine reigned; they came to the obstinate sea, and taught it wisdom with a rod; they went out into the hostile desert and adorned it with a pillar; they entered the furnace, fiercely heated, and sprinkled it with their dew; into the pit where they had been thrown an angel entered and taught its wild beasts to fast." - Ephrem the Syrian

"I feel my disease, and I feel that my want of alarm and lively affecting conviction forms its most obstinate ingredient; I try to stir up the emotion, and feel myself harassed and distressed at the impotency of my own meditations. But why linger without the threshold in the face of a warm and urgent invitation? "Come unto me." Do not think it is your office to heal one part of the disease, and Christ's to heal the remainder." - Thomas Chalmers

"Avarice, the spur of industry, is so obstinate a passion, and works its way through so many real dangers and difficulties, that it is not likely to be scared by an imaginary danger, which is so small, that it scarcely admits of calculation. Commerce, therefore, in my opinion, is apt to decay in absolute governments, not because it is there less secure, but because it is less honourable." - David Hume

"By that time it was already clear that the next prime minster was going to be Golda Meir, a woman whom I frankly detested - a mutual sentiment, I might add. I knew her as an opinionated, obstinate person, primitive in her outlook, rigid in her attitudes, with a genius for reaching and exploiting the deepest fears and prejudices of the Jewish masses. I was certain that with her as prime minister, all peace efforts would come to a total standstill." - Uri Avnery

"In most cases, to be reasonable means not to be obstinate, which in turn points to conformity with reality as it is. The principle of adjustment is taken for granted. When the idea of reason was conceived, it was intended to achieve more than the mere regulation of the relation between means and ends: it was regarded as the instrument for understanding the ends, for determining them." - Max Horkheimer

"Gods dont kill people. People with Gods kill people." - David Viaene

"Smart people think. Brave people talk. Great people act." - Ziad K. Abdelnour

"People don't want other people to be people." - Gene Wolfe

"People don't save other people. People save themselves." - Jeffrey Eugenides

"Blindness separates people from things; deafness separates people from people." - Helen Keller

"People!" she screamed. "There are people here! New people!" - Derek Landy

"Of the people, by the people, for the people," - Sun Yat-sen

"When you start treating people like people, they become people." - Paul Vitale

"My belief is guns don't kill people, people kill people." - Pauly Shore

"People aren't just people, they are people surrounded by circumstances." - Terry Pratchett

"People crave comfort, people crave connection, people crave community." - Marianne Williamson

"I like people-people rather than movie people." - Michael Keaton



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