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Fourscore And Seven Years Ago Our Fathers Brought Forth On This Continent, A New Nation, Conceived In Liberty, And Dedicated To The Proposition That All Men Are Created Equal.
~ Abraham Lincoln
Now Is The Time For All Good Men To Come To.
~ Walt Kelly
There Are One-story Intellects, Two-story Intellects, And Three-story Intellects With Skylights. All Fact Collectors With No Aim Beyond Their Facts Are One-story Men. Two-story Men Compare Reason And Generalize, Using Labors Of The Fact Collectors As Well As Their Own. Three-story Men Idealize, Imagine, And Predict. Their Best Illuminations Come From Above Through The Skylight.
~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
Friends Are Generally Of The Same Sex, For When Men And Women Agree, It Is Only In The Conclusions Their Reasons Are Always Different.
~ George Santayana
We Have Entered An Age In Which Education Is Not Just A Luxury Permitting Some Men An Advantage Over Others. It Has Become A Necessity Without Which A Person Is Defenseless In This Complex, Industrialized Society. ... We Have Truly Entered The Century Of The Educated Man.
~ Lyndon B. Johnson
It Is Foolish And Wrong To Mourn The Men Who Died. Rather We Should Thank God That Such Men Lived.
~ George Smith Patton, Jr
If You Would Convince A Man That He Does Wrong, Do Right. Men Will Believe What They See.
~ Henry David Thoreau
Brave Men Are All Vertebrates They Have Their Softness On The Surface And Their Toughness In The Middle.
~ G. K. Chesterton
He Who Endeavors To Serve, To Benefit, And Improve The World, Is Like A Swimmer, Who Struggles Against A Rapid Current, In A River Lashed Into Angry Waves By The Winds. Often They Roar Over His Head, Often They Beat Him Back And Baffle Him. Most Men Yield To The Stress Of The Current... Only Here And There The Stout, Strong Heart And Vigorous Arms Struggle On Toward Ultimate Success.
~ Albert Pike
The Actions Of Men Are The Best Interpreters Of Their Thoughts.
~ John Locke
The Failure Of The Mind In Old Age Is Often Less The Results Of Natural Decay, Than Of Disuse. Ambition Has Ceased To Operate; Contentment Bring Indolence, And Indolence Decay Of Mental Power, Ennui, And Sometimes Death. Men Have Been Known To Die, Literally Speaking, Of Disease Induced By Intellectual Vacancy.
~ Sir B. Brodie
People Sleep Peacably In Their Beds At Night Only Because Rough Men Stand Ready To Do Violence On Their Behalf.
~ George Orwell