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Do Not... Hope Wholly To Reason Away Your Troubles Do Not Feed Them With Attention, And They Will Die Imperceptibly Away. Fix Your Thoughts Upon Your Business, Fill Your Intervals With Company, And Sunshine Will Again Break In Upon Your Mind.
~ Samuel Johnson
The Ideal Life Is In Our Blood And Never Will Be Still. Sad Will Be The Day For Any Man When He Becomes Contented With The Thoughts He Is Thinking And The Deeds He Is Doing -- Where There Is Not Forever Beating At The Doors Of His Soul Some Great Desire To Do Something Larger, Which He Knows That He Was Meant And Made To Do.
~ Phillips Brooks
Who Dares Not Speak His Free Thoughts Is A Slave.
~ Euripides
High Thoughts Must Have High Language.
~ Aristophanes, Frogs, 405 B. C
I Have Enjoyed Greatly The Second Blooming That Comes When You Finish The Life Of The Emotions And Of Personal Relations And Suddenly Find - At The Age Of Fifty, Say - That A Whole New Life Has Opened Before You, Filled With Things You Can Think About, Study, Or Read About... It Is As If A Fresh Sap Of Ideas And Thoughts Was Rising In You.
~ Agatha Christie
Nurture Your Mind With Great Thoughts For You Will Never Go Any Higher Than What You Think.
~ Benjamin Disraeli
Learn The Art Of Patience. Apply Discipline To Your Thoughts When They Become Anxious Over The Outcome Of A Goal. Impatience Breeds Anxiety, Fear, Discouragement And Failure. Patience Creates Confidence, Decisiveness, And A Rational Outlook, Which Eventually Leads To Success.
~ Brian Adams
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
Those Who Cannot Tell What They Desire Or Expect, Still Sigh And Struggle With Indefinite Thoughts And Vast Wishes.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Generally Students Are The Best Vehicles For Passing On Ideas, For Their Thoughts Are Plastic And Can Be Molded And They Can Adjust The Ideas Of Old Men To The Shape Of Reality As They Find It In Villages And Hills Of China Or In Ghettos And Suburbs Of America.
~ Theodore Harold White
I Have Enjoyed Greatly The Second Blooming That Comes When You Finish The Life Of The Emotions And Of Personal Relations; And Suddenly Find - At The Age Of Fifty, Say - That A Whole New Life Has Opened Before You, Filled With Things You Can Think About, Study, Or Read About... It Is As If A Fresh Sap Of Ideas And Thoughts Was Rising In You.
~ Agatha Christie, An Autobiography, 1977
How Does The Poet Transform His Banal Thoughts Are Not Most Thoughts Banal? Into Such Stunning Forms, Into Beauty?
~ Joyce Carol Oates
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