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Small Children Disturb Your Sleep, Big Children Your Life.
~ Yiddish Prove
I Must Say The Biggest Lesson You Can Learn In Life, Or Teach Your Children, Is That Life Is Not Castles In The Skies, Happily Ever After. The Biggest Lesson We Have To Give Our Children Is Truth.
~ Goldie Hawn
Parents Were Invented To Make Children Happy By Giving Them Something To Ignore.
~ Ogden Nash
Parents Are Often So Busy With The Physical Rearing Of Children That They Miss The Glory Of Parenthood, Just As The Grandeur Of The Trees Is Lost When Raking Leaves.
~ Marcelene Cox
If Something Happened Along The Route And You Had To Leave Your Children With Bob Dole Or Bill Clinton, I Think You Would Probably Leave Them With Bob Dole.
~ Robert Joseph Bob Dole
The Fundamental Defect Of Fathers Is That They Want Their Children To Be A Credit To Them.
~ Bertrand Russell
Scientists Are The Easiest To Fool. They Think In Straight, Predictable, Directable, And Therefore Misdirectable, Lines. The Only World They Know Is The One Where Everything Has A Logical Explanation And Things Are What They Appear To Be. Children And Conjurors - They Terrify Me. Scientists Are No Problem Against Them I Feel Quite Confident.
~ James P. Hogan
Men Are But Children Of A Larger Growth, Our Appetites As Apt To Change As Theirs, And Full As Craving Too, And Full As Vain.
~ John Dryden
If You Raise Your Children To Feel That They Can Accomplish Any Goal Or Task They Decide Upon, You Will Have Succeeded As A Parent And You Will Have Given Your Children The Greatest Of All Blessings.
~ Brian Tracy
Our Children Change Uswhether They Live Or Not.
~ Lois McMaster Bujold
Bricks And Mortar Make A House, But The Laughter Of Children Makes A Home.
~ Irish Prove
Progress, Far From Consisting In Change, Depends On Retentiveness. When Change Is Absolute There Remains No Being To Improve And No Direction Is Set For Possible Improvement: And When Experience Is Not Retained, As Among Savages, Infancy Is Perpetual. Those Who Cannot Remember The Past Are Condemned To Repeat It. In The First Stage Of Life The Mind Is Frivolous And Easily Distracted, It Misses Progress By Failing In Consecutiveness And Persistence. This Is The Condition Of Children And Barbarians, In Which Instinct Has Learned Nothing From Experience.
~ George Santayana, The Life of Reason, Volume 1, 1905