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The Happiest Moments Of My Life Have A Been The Few Which I Have Passed At Home In The Bosom Of My Family.
~ Thomas Jefferson
They No Longer Felt Like Newlyweds, And Even Less Like Belated Lovers. It Was As If They Had Lept Over The Arduous Calvary Of Conjugal Life And Gone Straight To The Heart Of Love. They Were Together In Silence Like An Old Married Couple Wary Of Life, Beyond The Pitfalls Of Passion, Beyond The Brutal Mockery Of Hope And The Phantoms Of Disillusion: Beyond Love. For They Had Lived Together Long Enough To Know That Love Was Always Love, Anytime And Anyplace, But It Was More Solid The Closer It Came To Death.
~ Gabriel Garcia Marquez, from "Love in the Time of Cholera"
Art Is One Of The Means Whereby Man Seeks To Redeem A Life Which Is Experienced As Chaotic, Senseless, And Largely Evil.
~ Aldous Huxley
The Happiness Of Life Is Made Up Of Minute Fractions - The Little, Soon Forgotten Charities Of A Kiss Or A Smile, A Kind Look Or Heartfelt Compliment.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
He Is Not Dead Who Departs From Life With A High And Noble Fame; But He Is Dead, Even While Living, Whose Brow Is Branded With Infamy.
~ Tieck
I Do Not Fear The Inevitable Death For It Is Certain. Instead I Fear Life For Here Anything Is Possible.
~ Mavette Sadile
Anyone Who Stops Learning Is Old, Whether At 20 Or 80. Anyone Who Keeps Learning Stays Young. The Greatest Thing In Life Is To Keep Your Mind Young.
~ Henry Ford
Maybe The Answer To Selective Service Is To Start Everyone Off In The Army And Draft Them For Civilian Life As Needed.
~ Bill Vaughan
Like So Many Americans, She Was Trying To Construct A Life That Made Sense From Things She Found In Gift Shops.
~ Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse Five
If A Man Remembers What Is Right At The Sign Of Profit, Is Ready To Lay Down His Life In The Face Of Danger, And Does Not Forget Sentiments He Has Repeated All His Life When He Has Been In Straitened Circumstances For A Long Time, He May Be Said To Be A Complete Man.
~ Confucius, Analects, XIV. 12
The Very Essence Of Literature Is The War Between Emotion And Intellect, Between Life And Death. When Literature Becomes Too Intellectual -- When It Begins To Ignore The Passions, The Motions -- It Becomes Sterile, Silly, And Actually Without Substance.
~ Isaac Bashevis Singe
All Animals Except Man Know That The Ultimate Of Life Is To Enjoy It.
~ Samuel Butle