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There Isn? T Much Better In This Life Than Finding A Way To Spend A Few Hours In Conversation With People You Respect And Love. You Have To Carve This Time Out Of Your Life Because You Aren? T Really Living Without It.
~ Real Live Preacher, RealLivePreacher. com Weblog, August 27, 2003
Playing Seems To Be Both Disinterested And Passionate At The Same Time Disinterested In That It Is Not For Real, And Passionate In The Absorption It Requires.
~ Oliver Bevan
Any Great Work Of Art... Revives And Readapts Time And Space, And The Measure Of Its Success Is The Extent To Which It Makes You An Inhabitant Of That World -- The Extent To Which It Invites You In And Lets You Breathe Its Strange, Special Air.
~ Leonard Bernstein
The Best Time To Do A Thing Is When It Can Be Done.
~ William Pickens
Education Is An Admirable Thing, But It Is Well To Remember From Time To Time That Nothing That Is Worth Knowing Can Be Taught.
~ Oscar Wilde
Determine Never To Be Idle. No Person Will Have Occasion To Complain Of The Want Of Time Who Never Loses Any. It Is Wonderful How Much May Be Done If We Are Always Doing.
~ Thomas Jefferson
The Tree Of Liberty Must Be Refreshed From Time To Time With The Blood Of Patriots And Tyrants.
~ Thomas Jefferson
Fortunately Science, Like That Nature To Which It Belongs, Is Neither Limited By Time Nor By Space. It Belongs To The World, And Is Of No Country And No Age. The More We Know, The More We Feel Our Ignorance The More We Feel How Much Remains Unknown.
~ Humphrey Davy
When The Time Comes For Friends To Part, Love Will Be The Bride, From Heart To Heart.
~ Unknown
The Only Time People Dislike Gossip Is When You Gossip About Them.
~ Will Rogers
In Answer To The Question Of Why It Happened, I Offer The Modest Proposal That Our Universe Is Simply One Of Those Things Which Happen From Time To Time.
~ Edward P. Tryon
He Who Is In Love Is Wise And Is Becoming Wiser, Sees Newly Every Time He Looks At The Object Beloved, Drawing From It With His Eyes And His Mind Those Virtues Which It Possesses.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson, Address on The Method of Nature, 1841
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