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Who Knows Why We Live, And Struggle, And Die... Wise Men Write Many Books, In Words Too Hard To Understand. But This, The Purpose Of Our Lives, The End Of All Our Struggle, Is Beyond All Human Wisdom.
~ Alan Stewart Paton
False Words Are Not Only Evil In Themselves, But They Infect The Soul With Evil.
~ Plato, Dialogues, Phaedo
Poetry The Best Words In The Best Order.
~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge
When Ideas Fail, Words Come In Very Handy.
~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The Outcome Of The War Is In Our Hands; The Outcome Of Words Is In The Council.
~ Homer, The Iliad
Quotation... A Writer Expresses Himself In Words That Have Been Used Before Because They Give His Meaning Better Than He Can Give It Himself, Or Because They Are Beautiful Or Witty, Or Because He Expects Them To Touch A Cord Of Association In His Reader, Or Because He Wishes To Show That He Is Learned And Well Read. Quotations Due To The Last Motive Are Invariably Ill-advised; The Discerning Reader Detects It And Is Contemptuous; The Undiscerning Is Perhaps Impressed, But Even Then Is At The Same Time Repelled, Pretentious Quotations Being The Surest Road To Tedium.
~ Henry W. Fowler, A Dictionary of Modern English Usage (1926)
Man Does Not Live By Words Alone, Despite The Fact That Sometimes He Has To Eat Them.
~ Adlai E. Stevenson Jr., quoted by Human Behavior, May 1978
But Words Are Things; And A Small Drop Of Ink, Falling, Like Dew, Upon A Thought, Produces That Which Makes Thousands, Perhaps Millions, Think.
~ Lord Byron
Lying Is Done With Words And Also With Silence.
~ Adrienne Rich
There Is More Than A Verbal Tie Between The Words Common, Community, And Communication.... Try The Experiment Of Communicating, With Fullness And Accuracy, Some Experience To Another, Especially If It Be Somewhat Complicated, And You Will Find Your Own Attitude Toward Your Experience Changing.
~ John Dewey
Hope Is The Thing With Feathers That Perches In The Soul And Sings The Tune Without The Words And Never Stops At All.
~ Emily Dickenson
A Kiss Is A Lovely Trick Designed By Nature To Stop Speech When Words Become Superfluous.
~ Ingrid Bergman