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One Who Is Too Wise An Observer Of The Business Of Others, Like One Who Is Too Curious In Observing The Labor Of Bees, Will Often Be Stung For His Curiosity.
~ Alexander Pope
I Am Convinced That The World Is Not A Mere Bog In Which Men And Women Trample Themselves In The Mire And Die. Something Magnificent Is Taking Place Here Amid The Cruelties And Tragedies, And The Supreme Challenge To Intelligence Is That Of Making The Noblest And Best In Our Curious Heritage Prevail.
~ Charles A. Beard
Be Less Curious About People And More Curious About Ideas.
~ Marie Curie
It Is A Curious Thought, But It Is Only When You See People Looking Ridiculous That You Realize How Much You Love Them.
~ Agatha Christie
Those Little Nimble Musicians Of The Air, That Warble Forth Their Curious Ditties, With Which Nature Hath Furnished Them To The Shame Of Art.
~ Izaak Walton
It Is Curious That Physical Courage Should Be So Common In The World And Moral Courage So Rare.
~ Mark Twain
It Is A Curious Thing... That Every Creed Promises A Paradise Which Will Be Absolutely Uninhabitable For Anyone Of Civilized Taste.
~ Evelyn Waugh
What A Curious Phenomenon It Is That You Can Get Men To Die For The Liberty Of The World Who Will Not Make The Little Sacrifice That Is Needed To Free Themselves From Their Own Individual Bondage.
~ Bruce Barton
Only Barbarians Are Not Curious About Where They Come From, How They Came To Be Where They Are, Where They Appear To Be Going, Whether They Wish To Go There, And If So, Why, And If Not, Why Not.
~ Sir Isaiah Berlin
It Is A Curious Fact That When We Get Sick We Want An Uncommon Doctor... When We Get Into A War, We Dreadfully Want An Uncommon Admiral And An Uncommon General. Only When We Get Into Politics Are We Content With The Common Man.
~ Herbert Clark Hoove
When I Found The Skull In The Woods, The First Thing I Did Was Call The Police. But Then I Got Curious About It. I Picked It Up, And Started Wondering Who This Person Was, And Why He Had Deer Horns.
~ Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
It Is Curious To Note The Old Sea-margins Of Human Thought. Each Subsiding Century Reveals Some New Mystery; We Build Where Monsters Used To Hide Themselves.
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow