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"Retreat? NO. I propose to attach at daylight and whip them." - Ulysses S Grant

"If I propose, you'll know it. For one thing, I'll be hyperventilating." - Richelle Mead

"Tis hard to find a whole age to imitate, or what century to propose for example." - Thomas Browne

"I propose . . . . The conformity of the proposed Constitution to the true principles of republican government." - Alexander Hamilton

"The task is not so much to solve problems as to propose questions." - Donald Barthelme

"Whatever politicians, activists and manipulators propose, it is the phlegmatic, indifferent, ingrained electorate which disposes." - Don Aitkin

"Change is easy to propose, hard to implement, and especially hard to sustain." - Andy Hargreaves

"If men found out how to give birth to children they'll never propose again." - Bette Davis

"Of these beginnings, gay and green, propose The suitable amours. Time will write them down." - Wallace Stevens

"I do not propose to be buried until I am dead." - Daniel Webster

"No other terms than unconditional and immediate surrender. I propose to move immediately upon your works." - Ulysses S Grant

"I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer." - Ulysses S Grant

"I actually do propose open-mindedness, but open-mindedness to the Word of God." - Eric Ludy

"There are men who never err, because they never propose anything rational." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Every three or four shows, we have somebody that will come up onstage and propose marriage." - John Tesh

"You should not propose marriage until you have resolved your feelings about your ex." - Amy Dickinson

"Don't Fall in love, Rise in Love!" - Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

"In Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country.... The Four Great Powers are committed to Zionism. And Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long traditions, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land." - Arthur Balfour

"Kyoto costs a lot, does nothing to prevent calamity, and pays no compensation in the event of loss. If my insurance broker offered that sort of policy, I would not carry insurance. Instead what my broker offers is a policy that costs a little and pays full compensation in the event of loss. If someone wants to propose that as a policy on global warming, I'm all in favour." - Ross McKitrick

"There have been many authorities who have asserted that the basis of science lies in counting or measuring, i.e. in the use of mathematics. Neither counting nor measuring can however be the most fundamental processes in our study of the material universe-before you can do either to any purpose you must first select what you propose to count or measure, which presupposes a classification." - Roy Crowson

"Though the two issues may seem utterly unrelated, they do have this in common - both health care and higher education are realms of American life in which government has undermined the operation of market forces and caused artificially high prices. These are two arenas in which the Democrats now propose to do exactly the wrong thing. Their reform reinforces old errors and will infinitely compound the problem of rising prices." - Mona Charen

"How can the unknown merit reverence? In other words how can you revere that of which you are ignorant? At the same time, it would be ridiculous to propose that what we know merits reverence. What we know merits any one of a number of things, but it stands to reason reverence isn't one of them. In other words, apart from the known and the unknown, what else is there?" - Harold Pinter

"My advice for aspiring writers is go to New York. And if you can't go to New York, go to the place that represents New York to you, where the standards for writing are high, there are other people who share your dreams, and where you can talk, talk, talk about your interests. Writing books begins in talking about it, like most human projects, and in being close to those who have already done what you propose to do." - Walter Kirn

"Out of every hundred new ideas ninety-nine or more will probably be inferior to the traditional responses which they propose to replace. No one man, however brilliant or well-informed, can come in one lifetime to such fullness of understanding as to safely judge and dismiss the customs or institutions of his society, for those are the wisdom of generations after centuries of experiment in the laboratory of history." - Thomas Sowell

"My advice for aspiring writers is go to New York. And if you ca' go to New York, go to the place that represents New York to you, where the standards for writing are high, there are other people who share your dreams, and where you can talk, talk, talk about your interests. Writing books begins in talking about it, like most human projects, and in being close to those who have already done what you propose to do." - Walter Kirn

"In Washington, as we learned from the White House transcripts, a president may speak of kicking butts, call a problem a can of worms, decide not to be in the position of basically hunkering down, anticipate something hitting the fan, propose to tough it through, sight minefields down the road, see somebody playing hard ball, claim political savvy, and wonder what stroke some of his associates have with others." - Edwin Newman

"Where taxes are concerned, there are two clear-cut points of view. There are those who think they're too high and those who think they should be even higher because, after all, politicians spend our money far more wisely than we do. The obvious solution I'd propose is that the people in the first group would pay less and those in the second group would pay more. Lots more." - Burt Prelutsky

"What the articles which have been written about The First Man propose is humility. The acceptance of these contradictions. Seeking an explanation is death. The lie is death in [Albert] Camus. That's why in Camus' play The Misunderstood the son dies, killed by his sister and his mother, because he lied. He never told them who he was. They killed him because they didn't recognise him." - Catherine Camus

"In the first stage of insight-building, all that researchers can do is observe phenomena. Second, they classify the phenomena in a way that helps them simplify the apparent complexities of the world so they can ignore the meaningless differences and draw connections between the things that really seem to matter. Third, based on the classification system, they propose a theory. The theory is a statement of what causes what and why, and under what circumstances." - Clayton Christensen

"Since nature does not endow all men with equal beauty or equal intelligence, and the faculty of volition leads men to make different choices, the egalitarians propose to abolish the "unfairness" of nature and of volition, and to establish universal equality in fact - in defiance of facts. It is not equality before the law that they seek, but inequality: the establishment of an inverted social pyramid, with a new aristocracy on top - the aristocracy of non-value." - Ayn Rand

"Leadership is scarce because few people are willing to go through the discomfort required to lead. This scarcity makes leadership valuable...It's uncomfortable to stand up in front of strangers. It's uncomfortable to propose an idea that might fail. It's uncomfortable to challenge the status quo. It's uncomfortable to resist the urge to settle...If you're not uncomfortable in your work as a leader, it's almost certain you're not reaching your potential as a leader." - Seth Godin

"Excitement is the more practical synonym for happiness, and it is precisely what you should strive to chase. It is the cure-all. When people suggest you follow your "passion" or your "bliss," I propose that they are, in fact, referring to the same singular concept: excitement. This brings us full circle. The question you should be asking isn't, "What do I want?" or "What are my goals?" but "What would excite me?"" - Tim Ferriss

"When I propose a candidate for a job I don't do it because the person in question is the best but because he is the one the client will employ. I provide them with a head that is good enough, placed on a body they want. [...] The world is full of people who pay serious money for bad pictures by good artists. And mediocre heads on tall bodies." - Jo Nesbo

"For talking monkeys to speak of truth is hubris of the highest degree. Where is it writ large that talking monkeys should be able to model the cosmos? If a sea urchin or a racoon were to propose to you that it had a viable truth about the universe, the absurdity of that assertion would be self-evident, but in our case we make an exception." - Terence Mckenna

"Confronted with such a variety most philosophers try to establish one approach to the exclusion of all others. As far as they are concerned there can only be one true way- and they want to find it. Thus normative philosophers argue that knowledge is a result of the application of certain rules, they propose rules which in their opinion constitute knowledge and reject what clashes with them." - Paul Feyerabend

"I had always enjoyed the title of Commander-in-Chief until I was informed ... that the only forces that cannot be transferred from Washington without my express permission are the members of the Marine Corps Band. Those are the only forces I have. I want it announced that we propose to hold the White House against all odds at least for some time to come." - John F Kennedy

"If I should throw down a thousand beans at random upon a table, I could doubtless, by eliminating a sufficient number of them, leave the rest in almost any geometrical pattern you might propose to me, and you might then say that that pattern was the thing prefigured beforehand, and that the other beans were mere irrelevance and packing material. Our dealings with Nature are just like this." - William James

"In their zeal for particular kinds of decisions to be made, those with the vision of the anointed seldom consider the nature of the: process: by which decisions are made. Often what they propose amounts to third-party decision making by people who pay no cost for being wrong-surely one of the least promising ways of reaching decisions satisfactory to those who must live with the consequences." - Thomas Sowell

"Just listen," she said. "You ca' kill him in cold blood." "Whyever not?" Ye gods grant me patience. "Because he"ll be dead," she said as patiently as she could, "and Lady Clara's reputation will be stained forever. Do not, I pray you, do anything, Lord Longmore. Leave this to us." "Us." "My sisters and me." "What do you propose? Dressing him to death? Tying him up and making him listen to fashion descriptions?" - Loretta Chase

"Tonight, I propose a 21st Century Crime Bill to deploy the latest technologies and tactics to make our communities even safer. Our balanced budget will help put up to 50,000 more police on the street in the areas hardest hit by crime, and then to equip them with new tools from crime-mapping computers to digital mug shots. We must break the deadly cycle of drugs and crime." - William J Clinton

"Why should the railroad employees be parceled out among a score of different organizations? They are all employed in the same service. Their interests are mutual. They ought to be able to act together as one. But they divide according to craft and calling, and if you were to propose today to unite them that they might actually do something to advance their collective and individual interests as workers, you would be opposed by every grand officer of these organizations." - Eugene V Debs

"Propose to an Englishman any principle, or any instrument, however admirable, and you will observe that the whole effort of the English mind is directed to find a difficulty, a defect, or an impossibility in it. If you speak to him of a machine for peeling a potato, he will pronounce it impossible: if you peel a potato with it before his eyes, he will declare it useless, because it will not slice a pineapple." - Charles Babbage

"The combination of such characters, some, as the sacral ones, altogether peculiar among Reptiles, others borrowed, as it were, from groups now distinct from each other, and all manifested by creatures far surpassing in size the largest of existing reptiles, will, it is presumed, be deemed sufficient ground for establishing a distinct tribe or sub-order of Saurian Reptiles, for which I would propose the name of Dinosauria." - Richard Owen

"If Confucius can serve as the Patron Saint of Chinese education, let me propose Socrates as his equivalent in a Western educational context - a Socrates who is never content with the initial superficial response, but is always probing for finer distinctions, clearer examples, a more profound form of knowing. Our concept of knowledge has changed since classical times, but Socrates has provided us with a timeless educational goal - ever deeper understanding." - Howard Gardner

"Alliances are crucial to success in the political sphere. However, if we are to approach other organizations to propose alliances for the public good, we must be prepared to assert a far more important role for the library. We must clearly define what we do and establish and assert the relationship of libraries to basic democratic freedoms, to the fundamental humanistic principles that are central to our very way of life. . . ." - Arthur Curley

"The form of law which I propose would be as follows: In a state which is desirous of being saved from the greatest of all plagues-not faction, but rather distraction-there should exist among the citizens neither extreme poverty nor, again, excessive wealth, for both are productive of great evil . . . Now the legislator should determine what is to be the limit of poverty or of wealth." - Plato

"I propose a limitation be put on how many sqares [sic] of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting. Now, I don't want to rob any law-abiding American of his or her God-given rights, but I think we are an industrious enough people that we can make it work with only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where 2 to 3 could be required.'" - Sheryl Crow

"My dear fellow citizens: For forty years you have heard from my predecessors on this day different variations of the same theme: how our country flourished, how many millions of tons of steel we produced, how happy we all were, how we trusted our government, and what bright perspectives were unfolding in front of us. I assume you did not propose me for this office so that I, too, would lie to you." - Vaclav Havel

"Just listen," she said. "You can't kill him in cold blood." "Whyever not?" Ye gods grant me patience. "Because he'll be dead," she said as patiently as she could, "and Lady Clara's reputation will be stained forever. Do not, I pray you, do anything, Lord Longmore. Leave this to us." "Us." "My sisters and me." "What do you propose? Dressing him to death? Tying him up and making him listen to fashion descriptions?" - Loretta Chase

"Democracy, then, cannot be government by the people: it can only be government by consent of the governed. Unfortunately, when democratic statesmen propose to govern us by our own consent, they find that we don't want to be governed at all, and that we regard rates and taxes and rents and death duties as intolerable burdens. What we want to know is how little government we can get along with without being murdered in our beds." - George Bernard Shaw

"The one charm about the past is that it is the past. But women never know when the curtain has fallen. They always want a sixth act, and as soon as the interest of the play is entirely over, they propose to continue it. If they were allowed their own way, every comedy would have a tragic ending, and every tragedy would culminate in a farce. They are charmingly artificial, but they have no sense of art." - Oscar Wilde

"In everything, love simplicity." - Saint Francis De Sales

"Whatever 'in love' means." - Princess Diana

"I believe in love." - Jennifer Lopez

"I'm always in love." - Ziggy Marley

"I'm in love, with a higher love!" - Sho Baraka

"You cannot be in love with love." - Peter Kreeft

"Love is everything. Love is God. Live in love." - Sathya Sai Baba

"Waiting for someone to propose to you only passes the "Really, it's tradition!" sniff test when both of you think it's the man's job to propose and both of you think that's awesome." - Carolyn Hax

"God Himself, sir, does not propose to judge a man until his life is over. Why should you and I?" - Samuel Johnson

"I propose to raise a revolution against the lie that the majority has the monopoly of the truth." - Henrik Ibsen

"I expect to fight that proposition until hell freezes over. Then I propose to start fighting on the ice." - Russell B Long

"I propose to beg no question to shrink from no conclusion, but to follow truth wherever it may lead." - Henry George

"To enlist the support of the people and of parliament, you only have to propose a profitable villainy." - Franz Grillparzer

"I do not propose to criticize the fatuous argument I have just outlined; here, to expound is to expose." - Peter Medawar

"The ambitious deceive themselves when they propose an end to their ambition; for that end, when attained, becomes a means." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"No term s except an unconditional and immediate surrender can be accepted. I propose to move immediately upon your works." - Ulysses S Grant

"May I propose a Herzog dictum? those who read own the world, and those who watch television lose it." - Werner Herzog

"What I propose, therefore, is very simple: it is nothing more than to think what we are doing" - Hannah Arendt

"You can't propose that something be a universal space and at the same time keep control of it." - Tim Berners-Lee

"When you propose ridiculous things to believe, too many men will choose to believe nothing at all." - Socrates

"I do not propose to add anything to what has already been written concerning the loss of the "Lady Vain."" - H G Wells

"You ca' propose that something be a universal space and at the same time keep control of it." - Tim Berners-Lee

"I believe if we introduced the Lord's Prayer here, senators would propose a large number of amendments to it." - Henry Wilson

"No terms except an unconditional and immediate surrender can be accepted. I propose to move immediately upon your works." - Ulysses S Grant

"God Himself, sir, does not propose to judge a man until his life is over. Why should you and I?" - Anonymous

"The trade of advertising is now so near perfection that it is not easy to propose any improvement." - Samuel Johnson

"I will not promise what I cannot deliver. And I will never hide the cost of what I propose." - Johann Lamont

"Even god doesn't propose to judge a man till his last days, why should you and I?" - Dale Carnegie

"I want to work on things that aren't self-evident, to propose things that are radically different and game-changing." - Yves Behar

"It is the duty of the President to propose and it is the privilege of the Congress to dispose." - Franklin D Roosevelt

"If we promise as public officials, we must deliver. If we as public officials propose, we must produce." - Barbara Jordan

"If we didn't propose these reforms, we would not have proposed a budget that got the debt under control." - Paul Ryan

"I am in Love with Love and Love is in love with me." - Rumi

"i get a little romantic about the old Empire State. Just looking at it makes me want to play some Frank Sinatra tunes and sway a little. I have a crush on a building. I'd been in there several times but never to work. I always knew there were offices in there but the face never penetrated, really. You don't work in the Empire State Building. You propose in the Empire State Building. You sneak a flask up there and raise a toast to the whole city of New York." - Maureen Johnson

"Reason must approach nature with the view, indeed, of receiving information from it, not, however, in the character of a pupil, who listens to all that his master chooses to tell him, but in that of a judge, who compels the witnesses to reply to those questions which he himself thinks fit to propose. To this single idea must the revolution be ascribed, by which, after groping in the dark for so many centuries, natural science was at length conducted into the path of certain progress." - Immanuel Kant

"I am with the South in life or death, in victory or defeat. I believe the North is about to wage a brutal and unholy war on a people who have done them no wrong, in violation of the Constitution and the fundamental principles of government. They no longer acknowledge that all government derives its validity from the consent of the governed. They are about to invade our peaceful homes, destroy our property, and murder our men and dishonor our women. We propose no invasion of the North, no attack on them, and only ask to be left alone." - Patrick Cleburne

"I have little interest in streamlining government or in making it more efficient, for I mean to reduce its size. I do not undertake to promote welfare, for I propose to extend freedom. My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them. It is not to inaugurate new programs, but to cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution, or that have failed in their purpose, or that impose on the people an unwarranted financial burden. I will not attempt to discover whether legislation is "needed" before I have first determined whether it is constitutionally permissible." - Barry Goldwater

"You're in love? Out Out of love? I love someone. She doesn't love me." - William Shakespeare

"I love being in the moment. I love my family. I love chocolate. I love baking." - Debbi Fields

"The diversity of mankind is a basic postulate of our knowledge of human beings. But if mankind is diverse and individuated, then how can anyone propose equality as an ideal? Every year, scholars hold Conferences on Equality and call for greater equality, and no one challenges the basic tenet. But what justification can equality find in the nature of man? If each individual is unique, how else can he be made 'equal' to others than by destroying most of what is human in him and reducing human society to the mindless uniformity of the ant heap?" - Murray Rothbard

"The authorization I propose would provide the flexibility to conduct ground combat operations in other more limited circumstances, such as rescue operations involving U.S. or coalition personnel or the use of special operations forces to take military action against ISIL leadership, it would also authorize the use of U.S. forces in situations where ground combat operations are not expected or intended, such as intelligence collection and sharing, missions to enable kinetic strikes or the provision of operational planning and other forms of advice and assistance to partner forces." - Barack Obama

"Fear is so fundamental to the human condition that all the great spiritual traditions originate in an effort to overcome its effects on our lives. With different words, they all proclaim the same core message: "Be not afraid." Though the traditions vary widely in the ways they propose to take us beyond fear, all hold out the same hope: we can escape fear's paralysis and enter a state of grace where encounters with otherness will not threaten us but will enrich our work and our lives." - Parker J. Palmer

"I believe that now and always the conscious selection of the best for reproduction will be impossible; that to propose it is to display a fundamental misunderstanding of what individuality implies. The way of nature has always been to slay the hindmost, and there is still no other way, unless we can prevent those who would become the hindmost being born. It is in the sterilization of failure, and not in the selection of successes for breeding, that the possibility of an improvement of the human stock lies." - H G Wells

"There is a noticeable general difference between the sciences and mathematics on the one hand, and the humanities and social sciences on the other. It's a first approximation, but one that is real. In the former, the factors of integrity tend to dominate more over the factors of ideology. It's not that scientists are more honest people. It's just that nature is a harsh taskmaster. You can lie or distort the story of the French Revolution as long as you like, and nothing will happen. Propose a false theory in chemistry, and it'll be refuted tomorrow." - Noam Chomsky

"A lot of attention has been paid in Latin America to the new generation of nonfiction writers, authors like Julio Villanueva Chang, Diego Osorno, Cristobal Pena, Gabriela Wiener, Leila Guerriero, Cristian Alarcon, among others. These are writers doing important, groundbreaking work. So the talent is there, as is the habit of radio listenership, and what we propose to do is unite the two. We want to have these immensely gifted journalists - men and women who've already revitalized the long-form narrative - we want them to tell their stories in sound." - Daniel Alarcon

"There are masses of people who need affordable housing in New York. I think that, politically, it is very difficult to give preference to artists over another group. Now, could there be an impressive envisioning process where developers would be asked to collaborate with urban designers? Maybe envision a large-scale development with local shops, dense housing, maybe a few towers, maybe a few mid-rise buildings, and art workshops in the mix? That would be great. I don't see a call for those proposals. But I think that it would not be outrageous to propose that kind of vision." - Sharon Zukin

"Believe in yourself and believe in love. Love something." - Andrew Wyeth

"The love in me salutes the love in you." - Marianne Williamson

"I'm in love, truly, madly, deeply in love with perception." - Glen Duncan

"Do not fall in love, but rise in love" - Swami Parthasarathy

"And love is love, in beggars and in kings." - Edward Dyer

"Once in love with Amy, Always in love with Amy." - Frank Loesser

"Prayer in action is love, love in action is service." - Mother Teresa

"Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship - never." - Charles Caleb Colton

"And love is love in beggars and in kings." - Edward Dyer

"Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship - never." - Charles Caleb Colton

"Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship - never." - Albert Camus

"I'd been in love before - I was always in love." - Quincy Jones

"Kindness in giving creates love." - Laozi

"Listening is love in action." - Leo Buscaglia

"I'm in love with hope." - Mitch Albom

"Measure your life in love." - Jonathan Larson

"Love works in mysterious ways," - Julia Quinn

"Immerse your soul in love." - Thom Yorke

"I am always in love." - Ernest Hemingway

"Temperance is love in training." - Dwight L Moody

"I love being in America." - Charlotte Church

"Volunteers are love in motion!" - Anonymous

"keep love in your heart" - Oscar Wilde

"I love living in London." - Trevor Mcdonald

"Pity is love in undress." - Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

"I love lying in darkness." - Nicole Kidman

"I love filming in Britain." - Jason Priestley

"I love working in films." - Linus Roache

"I love being in Chicago." - Erin Heatherton

"I never fall in love." - Karl Lagerfeld

"Love works miracles in stillness." - Herbert Read

"With respect to Committees as you would perceive I am very jealous of their formation. I mean working committees. I think business is always better done by few than by many. I think also the working few ought not to be embaras[s]ed by the idle many and further I think the idle many ought not to be honoured by association with the working few.-I do not think that my patience has ever come nearer to an end than when compelled to hear ... long rambling malapropros enquiries of members who still have nothing in consequence to propose that shall advance the business." - Michael Faraday

"Sarcastic Science, she would like to know, In her complacent ministry of fear, How we propose to get away from here When she has made things so we have to go Or be wiped out. Will she be asked to show Us how by rocket we may hope to steer To some star off there, say, a half light-year Through temperature of absolute zero? Why wait for Science to supply the how When any amateur can tell it now? The way to go away should be the same As fifty million years ago we came- If anyone remembers how that was I have a theory, but it hardly does." - Robert Frost

"No man can expect to find a friend without faults; nor can he propose himself to be so to another. Without reciprocal mildness and temperance there can be no continuance of friendship. Every man will have something to do for his friend, and something to bear with in him. The sober man only can do the first; and for the latter, patience is requisite. It is better for a man to depend on himself, than to be annoyed with either a madman or a fool." - Owen Feltham

"In a sermon entitled "God's Providence," C. H. Spurgeon said, "Napoleon once heard it said, that man proposes and God disposes. 'Ah,' said Napoleon, 'but I propose and dispose too.' How do you think he proposed and disposed? He proposed to go and take Russia; he proposed to make all Europe his. He proposed to destroy that power, and how did he come back again? How had he disposed it? He came back solitary and alone, his mighty army perished and wasted, having well-nigh eaten and devoured one another through hunger. Man proposes and God disposes." - Jerry Bridges

"Then it's settled," Harriet said. "We shall work out the smaller roles later.""What about you?" Elizabeth demanded."Oh, I'm going to be the goddess of the sun and moon.""The tale gets stranger and stranger," Daniel said."Just wait until act seven," Miss Wynter told him."Seven?" His head snapped up. "There are seven acts?""Twelve," Harriet corrected, "but don't worry, you're in only eleven of them. Now then, Miss Wynter, when do you propose that we begin our rehearsals? And may we do so out of doors? There is a clearing by the gazebo that would be ideal." - Julia Quinn

"Turgenev saw human beings as individuals always endowed with consciousness, character, feelings, and moral strengths and weaknesses; Marx saw them always as snowflakes in an avalanche, as instances of general forces, as not yet fully human because utterly conditioned by their circumstances. Where Turgenev saw men, Marx saw classes of men; where Turgenev saw people, Marx saw the People. These two ways of looking at the world persist into our own time and profoundly affect, for better or for worse, the solutions we propose to our social problems." - Theodore Dalrymple

"As Americans, we have a long history with firearms. We also have a government built on compromise, so here is the compromise I propose: Ban assault rifles and handguns for everyone except police and military personnel. These weapons are made to kill humans and should be strictly limited. At the same time, allow responsible citizens to own rifles and shotguns. Rifles are for hunting big-game animals, shotguns are for hunting birds; non-automatic versions of these weapons should be available for those with an interest in hunting or target shooting." - Nick Symmonds

"Men naturally rebel against the injustice of which they are victims. Thus, when plunder is organized by law for the profit of those who make the law, all the plundered classes try somehow to enter, by peaceful or revolutionary means, into the making of laws. According to their degree of enlightenment, these plundered classes may propose one of two entirely different purposes when they attempt to attain political power: Either they may wish to stop lawful plunder, or they may wish to share in it." - Frederic Bastiat

"There is progress in the sense that the Prime Minister [Shinzo Abe] has proposed, outlined, as it were, directions for movement toward a peace treaty and the resolution of issues related to territorial problems. Now, what did he propose? He proposed promoting an environment of trust and cooperation. I believe it is even hard to imagine that it can be any different, that we can agree to sign the documents that we are talking about without trusting each other or without cooperation. That is simply impossible even to imagine." - Vladimir Putin

"On one occasion a student made a curiously inept response to a question from Professor Warren. 'The Bull' roared at him, 'You will never make a lawyer. You might just as well pack up your books now and leave the school.' The student rose, gathered his notebooks, and started to leave, pausing only to say in full voice, 'I accept your suggestion, Sir, but I do not propose to leave without giving myself the pleasure of telling you to go plumb straight to Hell.' 'Sit down, Sir, sit down,' said 'The Bull.' 'Your response makes it clear that my judgment was too hasty." - Edward H. "Bull" Warren

"A politician will always tip off his true belief by stating the opposite at the beginning of the sentence. For maximum comprehension, do not start listening until the first clause is concluded. Begin instead at the word 'BUT' which begins the second, or active, clause. This is the way to tell a liberal from a conservative - before they tell you. Thus: 'I have always believed in a strong national defense, second to none, but...(a liberal, about to propose a $20 billion defense cut)." - Frank Mankiewicz

"The new painters do not propose, any more than did their predecessors, to be geometers. But it may be said that geometry is to the plastic arts what grammar is to the art of the writer. Today, scholars no longer limit themselves to the three dimensions of Euclid. The painters have been lead quite naturally, one might say by intuition, to preoccupy themselves with the new possibilities of spatial measurement which, in the language of the modern studios, are designated by the term fourth dimension." - Guillaume Apollinaire

"Don't write love poems when you're in love. Write them when you're not in love." - Richard Hugo

"In their first passion women love their lovers, in all the others they love love." - Francois de La Rochefoucauld

"One does not fall in love; one grows into love, and love grows in him." - Karl A Menninger

"The salvation of man is through love and in love." - Viktor E Frankl

"Love lieth deep; Love dwells not in lip-depths." - Alfred Lord Tennyson

"In love' is for the romantic. 'Love' for the realist." - Nancy Spain

"Love for yourselves means [in the end] love for everything." - Swami Vivekananda

"In love, self-love is always at risk." - Mason Cooley

"Falling in love with love Is falling for make-believe." - Lorenz Hart

"Tis love in love that makes the sport." - John Suckling



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