We Trained Hard, But It Seemed That Every Time We Were Beginning To Form Up Into Teams We Would Be Reorganised.? I Was To Learn Later In Life That We Tend To Meet Any New Situation By Reorganising: And A Wonderful Method It Can Be For Creating The Illusion Of Progress, While Producing Confusion, Inefficiency And Demoralisation.
~ Caius Petronius, Roman Consul, 66 A. D
The Training Of Children Is A Profession, Where We Must Know How To Waste Time In Order To Save It.
~ Jean- Jacques Rousseau
When The Leadership Is Right And The Time Is Right, The People Can Always Be Counted Upon To Follow--to The End At All Costs.
~ Harold J. Seymou
When Times Are Good, Be Happy, But When Time Are Bad Consider; God Has Made The One As Well As The Other.
~ Bible, Ecclesaistes 7: 14
You Often Get A Better Hold Upon A Problem By Going Away From It For A Time And Dismissing It From Your Mind Altogether.
~ Frank H. Crane
He Waited For The Mask To Drop Off, But At The Same Time He Did Not Question Her Right To Wear It.
~ F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Writer Who Possesses The Creative Gift Owns Something Of Which He Is Not Always Master- Something That At Time Strangely Wills And Works For Itself.
~ Charlotte Bronte
We Are At That Very Point In Time When A 400-year-old Age Is Dying And Another Is Struggling To Be Born - A Shifting Of Culture, Science, Society And Institutions Enormously Greater Than The World Has Ever Experienced. Ahead, The Possibility Of Regeneration Of Individuality, Liberty, Community And Ethics Such As The World Has Never Known, And A Harmony With Nature, With One Another And With The Divine Intelligence Such As The World Has Always Dreamed.
~ Dee W. Hock
Indeed, What Is There That Does Not Appear Marvelous When It Comes To Our Knowledge For The First Time How Many Things, Too, Are Looked Upon As Quite Impossible Until They Have Been Actually Effected.
~ Pliny the Elde
Let The Word Go Forth From This Time And Place, To Friend And Foe Alike, That The Torch Has Been Passed To A New Generation Of Americans Born In This Century, Tempered By War, Disciplined By A Hard And Bitter Peace.
~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
It Is Common Error To Infer That Things Which Are Consecutive In Order Of Time Have Necessarily The Relation Of Cause And Effect.
~ Jacob Bigelow
Cultivate Your Curiosity. Keep It Sharp And Always Working. Consider Curiosity Your Life Preserver, Your Willingness To Try Something New. Second, Enlarge Your Enthusiasm To Include The Pursuit To Excellence, Following Every Task Through To Completion. Third, Make The Law Of Averages Work For You. By Budgeting Your Time More Carefully Than Most People You Can Make More Time Available. Does The Combination Of Curiosity, Enthusiasm, And The Law Of Averages Guarantee Success Indeed It Does Not... Success In The Final Analysis Always Involves Luck Or The Element Of Chance. Louis Pasteur Grasped This Well When He Said That Chance Favors The Prepared Mind.
~ John W. Hanley