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The Fear Of Life Is The Favorite Disease Of The Twentieth Century.
~ William Lyon Phelps
If The Only Prayer You Ever Say In Your Whole Life Is Thank You, That Would Suffice.
~ Meister Eckhart
Senator, I Am One Of Them. You Do Not Seem To Understand Who I Am. I Am A Black Woman, The Daughter Of A Dining-car Worker... If My Life Has Any Meaning At All, It Is That Those Who Start Out As Outcasts Can Wind Up As Being Part Of The System.
~ Patricia Roberts Harris
The Modern Age Has Been Characterized By A Promethean Spirit, A Restless Energy That Preys On Speed Records And Shortcuts, Unmindful Of The Past, Uncaring Of The Future, Existing Only For The Moment And The Quick Fix. The Earthly Rhythms That Characterize A More Pastoral Way Of Life Have Been Shunted Aside To Make Room For The Fast Track Of An Urbanized Existence. Lost In A Sea Of Perpetual Technological Transition, Modern Man And Woman Find Themselves Increasingly Alienated From The Ecological Choreography Of The Planet.
~ Jeremy Rifkin
Somebody Should Tell Us, Right At The Start Of Our Lives, That We Are Dying. Then We Might Live Life To The Limit, Every Minute Of Every Day. Do It! I Say. Whatever You Want To Do, Do It Now! There Are Only So Many Tomorrows.
~ Michael Landon
Words, Once They Are Printed, Have A Life Of Their Own.
~ Carol Burnett
A Great Disaster Is A Symbol To Us To Remember All The Big Things Of Life And Forget The Small Things, Of Which We Have Thought Too Much.
~ Jawaherlal Nehru
The Average Trade Book Has A Shelf Life Of Between Milk And Yogurt, Except For Books By Any Member Of The Irving Wallace Family - They Have Preservatives.
~ Calvin Trillin
Everything Is Changeable, Everything Appears And Disappears There Is No Blissful Peace Until One Passes Beyond The Agony Of Life And Death.
~ Buddha
What Is This Life If, So Full Of Care, We Have No Time To Stand And Stare.
~ W. H. Davies
I Should Wish To See A World In Which Education Aimed At Mental Freedom Rather Than Imprisoning The Minds Of The Young In A Rigid Armor Of Dogma Calculated To Protect Them Though Life Against The Shafts Of Impartial Evidence.
~ Bertrand Russell, "Why I am Not a Christian"
The Tragedy Of Life Is Not That Man Loses But That He Almost Wins.
~ Heywood