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For None Of Us Can Ever Express The Exact Measure Of His Needs Or His Thoughts Or His Sorrows; And Human Speech Is Like A Cracked Kettle On Which We Tap Crude Rhythms For Bears To Dance To, While We Long To Make Music That Will Melt The Stars.
~ Gustave Flaubert, Charles Bovary
Put Love First. Entertain Thoughts That Give Life. And When A Thought Or Resentment, Or Hurt, Or Fear Comes Your Way, Have Another Thought That Is More Powerful -- A Thought That Is Love.
~ Mary Manin Morrissey
As You Cannot Have A Sweet And Wholesome Abode Unless You Admit The Air And Sunshine Freely Into Your Rooms, So A Strong Body And A Bright, Happy, Or Serene Countenance Can Only Result From The Free Admittance Into The Mind Of Thoughts Of Joy And Goodwill And Serenity.
~ James Allen, "As A Man Thinketh"
Silence Will Not Betray Your Thoughts But The Expression On Your Face Will. Humor Has A Hundred Faces Tragedy Only A Few.
~ H. G. Mendelson
All Truly Great Thoughts Are Conceived By Walking.
~ Friedrich Nietzsche
High Thoughts Must Have High Language.
~ Aristophanes, Frogs, 405 B. C
Dream Is Not A Revelation. If A Dream Affords The Dreamer Some Light On Himself, It Is Not The Person With Closed Eyes Who Makes The Discovery But The Person With Open Eyes Lucid Enough To Fit Thoughts Together. Dream- A Scintillating Mirage Surrounded By Shadows- Is Essentially Poetry.
~ Jesse Louis Jackson
Mathematics Is A Vast Adventure In Ideas; Its History Reflects Some Of The Noblest Thoughts Of Countless Generations.
~ Dirk Struik, A Concise History of Mathematics, vol. I
When I Read Great Literature, Great Drama, Speeches, Or Sermons, I Feel That The Human Mind Has Not Achieved Anything Greater Than The Ability To Share Feelings And Thoughts Through Language.
~ James Earl Jones
We All Have Thoughts That Would Shame The Devil.
~ Mark Twain
A Human Being Is Part Of A Whole, Called By Us The Universe, A Part Limited In Time And Space. He Experiences Himself, His Thoughts And Feelings, As Something Separated From The Rest--a Kind Of Optical Delusion Of His Consciousness. This Delusion Is A Kind Of Prison For Us, Restricting Us To Our Personal Desires And To Affection For A Few Persons Nearest Us. Our Task Must Be To Free Ourselves From This Prison By Widening Our Circles Of Compassion To Embrace All Living Creatures And The Whole Of Nature In Its Beauty.
~ Albert Einstein
It Is Characteristic Of The Military Mentality That Nonhuman Factors Atom Bombs, Strategic Bases, Weapons Of All Sorts, The Possession Of Raw Materials, Etc Are Held Essential, While The Human Being, His Desires, And Thoughts - In Short, The Psychological Factors - Are Considered As Unimportant And Secondary... The Individual Is Degraded... To Human Materiel.
~ Albert Einstein