180000 famous quotes part 7 – 6001 to 7000

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180000 famous quotes part 7 – 6001 to 7000

6001. He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because he is sufficient for himself, must be either a beast or a god. – Aristotle

6002. Hence poetry is something more philosophic and of graver import than history, since its statements are rather of the nature of universals, whereas those of history are singulars. – Aristotle

6003. Homer has taught all other poets the art of telling lies skillfully. – Aristotle

6004. Hope is a waking dream. – Aristotle

6005. Hope is the dream of a waking man. – Aristotle

6006. It is just that we should be grateful, not only to those with whose views we may agree, but also to those who have expressed more superficial views; for these also contributed something, by developing before us the powers of thought. – Aristotle

6007. I have gained this from philosophy: that I do without being commanded what others do only from fear of the law. – Aristotle

6008. If one way be better than another, that you may be sure is nature’s way. – Aristotle

6009. In a democracy the poor will have more power than the rich, because there are more of them, and the will of the majority is supreme. – Aristotle

6010. In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous. – Aristotle

6011. In making a speech one must study three points: first, the means of producing persuasion; second, the language; third the proper arrangement of the various parts of the speech. – Aristotle

6012. In nine cases out of ten, a woman had better show more affection than she feels. – Aristotle

6013. In poverty and other misfortunes of life, true friends are a sure refuge. The young they keep out of mischief; to the old they are a comfort and aid in their weakness, and those in the prime of life they incite to noble deeds. – Aristotle

6014. Inferiors revolt in order that they may be equal, and equals that they may be superior. Such is the state of mind which creates revolutions. – Aristotle

6015. It is best to rise from life as from a banquet, neither thirsty nor drunken. – Aristotle

6016. I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victory is over self. – Aristotle

6017. When you’re on a long running series, you reach a very rarefied, high oxygen area and after a while to keep a show on the air they have to make some very drastic changes. – Joan Van Ark

6018. You’ve got to realize that any lady on a soap is devoting her life to it, 24/7. – Joan Van Ark

6019. My brother Mark still lives in the house we grew up in. – Joan Van Ark

6020. When two characters or two actresses are together for a while there is bound to be chemistry developing. – Joan Van Ark

6021. A couple of years ago I ran in the LA Marathon. – Joan Van Ark

6022. I didn’t even know Michele before we started the show but we became great friends, and still are. – Joan Van Ark

6023. I had been doing plays in New York and on a whim we packed up and moved West, I started doing commercials and plays and guest star spots on TV and one thing led to another and I got Knots Landing. – Joan Van Ark

6024. I need to run every day. If I don’t I feel cheated. – Joan Van Ark

6025. I want to play trailer trash; I swear to God. – Joan Van Ark

6026. I’m Presbyterian and I don’t go to church very much. – Joan Van Ark

6027. Knots was about the relationships that were built over many years. – Joan Van Ark

6028. Running is a great way to relieve stress and clear the mind. – Joan Van Ark

6029. Running is my church. – Joan Van Ark

6030. So I had all the names, three names, and that’s good to have on a soap. – Joan Van Ark

6031. They wanted to make her less rural, less of a cartoon. Not that Southern woman are cartoonish – they’re the strongest women in this country, but with Val they wanted to take the stereotypical things out. – Joan Van Ark

6032. When I become the village idiot, or at least, it starts to become a joke, you can’t do that much longer. – Joan Van Ark

6033. When I’m not involved in an acting job I try to run 10 miles a day. – Joan Van Ark

6034. It was understood that when I left to do the pilot that I wasn’t coming back. – Joan Van Ark

6035. What I had to say was, in general, I’m not really a fan of any one genre of any kind of film. – Adam Arkin

6036. You’re going through the horror of it, you’re going through the isolation of it but you’re being empowered by reminding yourself that you’re connected to everybody else. – Adam Arkin

6037. First and foremost, it was fun. Everybody involved with it made you feel like they were an important contributor to the process. We were made to feel valued. – Adam Arkin

6038. It’s a lot of work and I also feel like I’ve done it. I miss comedy. And I also think that, from purely a logistical standpoint, that the day-to-day schedule on a comedy allows you to have a life, much more of a life, than on a drama. – Adam Arkin

6039. I can’t imagine that I would have been cast in the role, without Jamie Lee giving me a thumbs up. – Adam Arkin

6040. I feel like Josh, Michelle and Adam were all team players, who wanted to be a part of an ensemble. – Adam Arkin

6041. I really would have been stupid not to have done it. It was also a film that was actually happening, I mean, Miramax was doing it, and it had a kind of legitimacy to it. And once I read the script, I was there. – Adam Arkin

6042. I think in the case of horror, it’s a chance to confront a lot of your worse fears and those fears usually have to do, ironically, with powerlessness and isolation. – Adam Arkin

6043. I think that was the case here. We just wanted it to be good for everybody. – Adam Arkin

6044. I think that’s created a healthy environment. The comparisons to “ER” were maddening and there was this assumption that the two of us were looking at each other with rage and resentment, which was also not the case. – Adam Arkin

6045. I’m always honored, but I think for every 100 of those that come along, one of them is actually going to happen. And, the fact that this was an offer on a major film that had a start date, was pretty impressive. – Adam Arkin

6046. It’s amazing that this is still news to people, but that affects the final outcome of the film. When people are treated well, and they’re made to feel valued, they give 110 percent. – Adam Arkin

6047. It’s the same thing that drives people to want to experience sexual pleasure or have one too many drinks. We all want to experience the other, and to get out of our daily existence. – Adam Arkin

6048. People can get obsessed with romance, they can get obsessed with political paranoia, they can get obsessed with horror. It’s isn’t the fault of the subject matter that creates the obsession, I don’t think. – Adam Arkin

6049. The idea of it becomes a little freaky if you’re dealing with someone who has trouble differentiating between fantasy and reality, but that’s a concern no matter what kind of movie you’re dealing with. – Adam Arkin

6050. The place was crawling with youngsters. It was good, because the kids were good. I can’t make a general assumption. Again, you’re probably getting, as a general theme from me, that I don’t make a lot of broad, sweeping rules about movies. – Adam Arkin

6051. To confront those fears, in a controlled environment, where there’s 300 people around you going through the same thing, it’s this weird sort of yin and yang. – Adam Arkin

6052. We all look to have transcendent experiences that lift us out of the everyday, and fear is a good one. But, I think it’s the same reason why people want to laugh their heads off. – Adam Arkin

6053. I want to continue doing as big a variety of things as I can do, and if that means I have the honor of getting to do more feature work, I would love that. I know that if I make any other long-term TV commitments, it’s not going to be on a drama. – Adam Arkin

6054. I know that if I can’t move people, then I have no business being an actor. – Alan Arkin

6055. I used to watch the world as if it was a performance and I would realize that certain things that people did moved me, and certain things didn’t move me, and I tried to analyze, even at that age, six and seven and eight, why I was moved by certain things they did. – Alan Arkin

6056. People also don’t care about the daily comings and goings of diplomats and yet we must report it. – Roone Arledge

6057. The current wisdom now is that if the three networks are covering the news the same way the difference is the anchor people. I think that won’t be true in the future. – Roone Arledge

6058. People essentially like local news better than network news. – Roone Arledge

6059. I don’t expect to win every battle but I think Fred Pierce has enough respect for me that I can go fight my battles and win my share. – Roone Arledge

6060. One of the towering people in this industry said, why don’t you go and make a five-year contract with somebody, make yourself several million dollars and put it away, then go and do whatever you want, work for public TV if you want. – Roone Arledge

6061. If you don’t have the rights, you can’t do the show. – Roone Arledge

6062. I’m sensitive about my image of being hard to reach. – Roone Arledge

6063. I want everybody in the news business to think of ABC before they go any place else. If it costs us an extra few thousand dollars to do that, what does it mean? – Roone Arledge

6064. I think we have erred on the side of being too conservative so far, to tell you the truth. – Roone Arledge

6065. I think people tuned in a lot to see Barbara when she first came here and they just didn’t like the show they saw. I think it was dull. It was sterile. – Roone Arledge

6066. I respect the game that goes on of putting this against that, but I don’t respect, nor do I enjoy, an awful lot of the actual programs that go on the air. – Roone Arledge

6067. I don’t think the news department will have to lie down and play dead like it has in the past. By and large the network has been understanding, but then so have I. – Roone Arledge

6068. Television is a powerful medium that has to be used for something better than sitcoms and police shows. On the other hand, if you don’t recognize the forces that play on what people watch and what they don’t then you’re a fool and you should be in a different business. – Roone Arledge

6069. I don’t think any industry was ever as closely scrutinized and written about and constantly in the public eye as television. – Roone Arledge

6070. In fact, I had a series of offers which would have brought me a lot of money to make films and package TV programs. There were people who said to me, we’ll put a million dollars in your bank account tomorrow, which is a hard thing to turn down. – Roone Arledge

6071. But unlike the setup in most organizations, where there’s an administrator on top and creative people or doers underneath, I’m basically a doer and I like to have administrative people underneath me. – Roone Arledge

6072. But if you cover the World Series on the news or do a feature on an Ali boxing match then all of a sudden ears go up all over the place and people say what the hell are you doing. The reason for that is that we’re doing something that people are really interested in. – Roone Arledge

6073. In the past ABC has made half-hearted efforts or, worse, cosmetic efforts, to do something about news and I wasn’t certain about what their real aim was – nor am I now. – Roone Arledge

6074. Most of what we report from Congress they don’t care about unless it affects them directly. – Roone Arledge

6075. One of the reasons why when Elvis dies or the Son of Sam is captured ABC News’ ratings go up is because people who don’t normally watch news are watching then. The question is, do you want to attract people who don’t watch network news or fight over the people who do? – Roone Arledge

6076. I don’t think people realize the extent to which TV networks are hurt when they carry public broadcasting. I think the estimate is that they lose a half-million dollars for a half day’s programming. – Roone Arledge

6077. Surely one of the most visible lessons taught by the twentieth century has been the existence, not so much of a number of different realities, but of a number of different lenses with which to see the same reality. – Michael Arlen

6078. She not only expects the worst, but makes the worst of it when it happens. – Michael Arlen

6079. It is amazing how nice people are to you when they know you’re going away. – Michael Arlen

6080. Humility is the only true wisdom by which we prepare our minds for all the possible changes of life. – George Arliss

6081. I didn’t have a happy childhood. – Giorgio Armani

6082. Actually I am very glad that people can buy Armani – even if it’s a fake. I like the fact that I’m so popular around the world. – Giorgio Armani

6083. You can think you’ve made it and yet the next day’s press will always be waiting for you, the public will always ask more of you. In short, you can always do better! – Giorgio Armani

6084. I design for real people. I think of our customers all the time. There is no virtue whatsoever in creating clothing or accessories that are not practical. – Giorgio Armani

6085. To create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail. – Giorgio Armani

6086. I love things that age well – things that don’t date, that stand the test of time and that become living examples of the absolute best. – Giorgio Armani

6087. I was an observer. I liked to listen rather than openly express myself. This trait is something that I’ve retained over the years. – Giorgio Armani

6088. I’ve always thought of the T-shirt as the Alpha and Omega of the fashion alphabet. – Giorgio Armani

6089. Jeans represent democracy in fashion. – Giorgio Armani

6090. Never in my wildest dreams did I entertain the idea that I would become a fashion designer. – Giorgio Armani

6091. The difference between style and fashion is quality. – Giorgio Armani

6092. There are always protests, whether you do something good or bad. Even if you do something beneficial, people say you do it because it’s advertising. – Giorgio Armani

6093. There are so many things to take into account – your ambition, your ego, the press, the consumers. You can never be sure that you’ll be on top of the pile again. – Giorgio Armani

6094. I believe that my clothes can give people a better image of themselves – that it can increase their feelings of confidence and happiness. – Giorgio Armani

6095. It’s a very organic process, and it has a specific order to it. I love to write, and once you’ve written, then you arrange. After the arrangement, you record it, and then you tour it. – Joan Armatrading

6096. When you’re on tour you definitely don’t want lots of arguments. It’s very important that everybody gets on because you’re in close proximity a great deal of the time. – Joan Armatrading

6097. You don’t have to be rich and famous. You just have to be an ordinary person, doing extraordinary things. I’d like more people to know that it’s there. Women’s achievements still aren’t recognised enough in many areas. – Joan Armatrading

6098. Yesterday I was playing Beethoven’s fifth, because I love that. – Joan Armatrading

6099. Yes, but the great thing about all the people – and I don’t think there is any exception – who I’ve worked with is they’ve all been very, very talented musicians. – Joan Armatrading

6100. Writing music is just something that I was born to do. – Joan Armatrading

6101. When I was younger I was obsessed with writing, so even if I wanted to listen, I didn’t have time. – Joan Armatrading

6102. All your travelling is together, you eat together, you’re on stage as a band together, when you get to the sound-check the band and the crew are all together. – Joan Armatrading

6103. So I’ve had lots of different bands over the years who have stayed with me for certain tours. – Joan Armatrading

6104. Right from day one, you know when you’ve written a good song. – Joan Armatrading

6105. One of them would definitely be the Nelson Mandela gig, when I played the tribute song for him. He was up and dancing, and he really enjoyed it. It was a really lovely occasion. – Joan Armatrading

6106. Just an hour with you, and I understand why we had to meet. – Joan Armatrading

6107. Inspiration doesn’t really work like that – you’re not looking out for it. Inspiration is something that tends to capture you rather than you capture it. – Joan Armatrading

6108. In America, you watch TV and think that’s totally unreal, then you step outside and it’s just the same. – Joan Armatrading

6109. Classical, Romantic, and Baroque music, that’s what I really like. – Joan Armatrading

6110. I’ve written what and when I want to. It’s been about expressing myself. But with the degree, I had to learn to do everything in a very specific, disciplined way. I am very disciplined, but this demanded a totally different kind of discipline. A real challenge. – Joan Armatrading

6111. I’ve always written in a free, unencumbered way. – Joan Armatrading

6112. I love to go on tour and perform. I love all the parts of the process. – Joan Armatrading

6113. I found my sound early on. Look at U2: they haven’t changed their music for 20 years. Anyway, many people come unstuck when they try to change what they do and what they are known for. – Joan Armatrading

6114. I am constantly being told that I have been a big influence for many people, including other musicians. – Joan Armatrading

6115. So if you’re on tour for eight months, a year… or whatever it is you definitely don’t want arguments and I’m happy to say that I’ve always had a really nice bunch of people around me all the time. – Joan Armatrading

6116. So, the combination of looking at lots of different people and how they react to each other and how they relate to each other and waiting for that inspiration is the thing that allows me to keep writing. – Joan Armatrading

6117. That is one of the things about going on tour, that I get to work with some really talented people and it allows me to be able to listen to them as well – and just have fun on stage. – Joan Armatrading

6118. This band – because this is myself on electric and acoustic guitars – we’ve done three tours together now and I really, really like it which is why I did the DVD as well. – Joan Armatrading

6119. My mother bought a piano, put it in the front room, and I just started writing my songs. – Joan Armatrading

6120. We’re going to have a tax cut. Today’s American family is overtaxed at all levels. – Dick Armey

6121. Spike Lee is obviously more stupid than anyone can be by accident. – Dick Armey

6122. Hillary Clinton bothers me a lot. I realized the other day that her thoughts sound a lot like Karl Marx. She hangs around a lot of Marxists. All her friends are Marxists. – Dick Armey

6123. I call it small government, grass-roots activism: The Tea Party activists are a part of it, FreedomWorks is part of it. FreedomWorks is the longest-standing, most active organization within this movement. – Dick Armey

6124. I don’t believe America will justifiably make an unprovoked attack on another nation. It would not be consistent with what we have been as a nation or what we should be as a nation. – Dick Armey

6125. Make no mistake about it. These are not ‘kookie’ birds. Right now the greatest player, the big tent on the political scene in America, is called the Tea Party movement. – Dick Armey

6126. My own view would be to let Saddam bluster, let him rant and rave all he wants. As long as he behaves himself within his own borders, we should not be addressing any attack or resources against him. – Dick Armey

6127. Our current tax system is broken. – Dick Armey

6128. Programs that pay farmers not to farm often devastate rural areas. The reductions hurt everyone from fertilizer companies to tractor salesmen. – Dick Armey

6129. The Democratic Party has pretty much abandoned all the things that they cherish. – Dick Armey

6130. This is a big deal. My wife and I sat in our home and we watched those young men get slaughtered on the streets of Mogadishu in the absence of a plan. It broke our heart. – Dick Armey

6131. Three groups spend other people’s money: children, thieves, politicians. All three need supervision. – Dick Armey

6132. You cannot get ahead while you are getting even. – Dick Armey

6133. Politics will sooner or later make fools of everybody. – Dick Armey

6134. U.S. assistance provides the Jordanian government needed flexibility to pursue policies that are of critical importance to U.S. national security and to foreign policy objectives in the Middle East. – Richard Armitage

6135. The war we are fighting today against terrorism is a multifaceted fight. We have to use every tool in our toolkit to wage this war – diplomacy, finance, intelligence, law enforcement, and of course, military power – and we are developing new tools as we go along. – Richard Armitage

6136. Anybody can cut prices, but it takes brains to make a better article. – Philip Armour

6137. Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong. – Richard Armour

6138. In larger things we are convivial; what causes trouble is the trivial. – Richard Armour

6139. Beauty is only skin deep, and the world is full of thin skinned people. – Richard Armour

6140. Children are supposed to help hold a marriage together. They do this in a number of ways. For instance, they demand so much attention that a husband and wife, concentrating on their children, fail to notice each other’s faults. – Richard Armour

6141. That money talks, I’ll not deny, I heard it once: It said, ‘Goodbye’. – Richard Armour

6142. I’ve suffered from all of the hang-ups known, and none is as bad as the telephone. – Richard Armour

6143. It is all right to hold a conversation but you should let go of it now and then. – Richard Armour

6144. Middle -age is the time of life, that a man first notices – in his wife. – Richard Armour

6145. Retired is being tired twice, I’ve thought, first tired of working, then tired of not. – Richard Armour

6146. Until Eve arrived, this was a man’s world. – Richard Armour

6147. When it comes to eating, you can sometimes help yourself more by helping yourself less. – Richard Armour

6148. I love a finished speaker, I really, truly do I don’t mean one who’s polished, I just mean one who’s through. – Richard Armour

6149. The most abysmal advise ever given by the ignorant to the stupid. – Tommy Armour

6150. Golf is an awkward set of bodily contortions designed to produce a graceful result. – Tommy Armour

6151. Just knock hell out of it with your right hand. – Tommy Armour

6152. What is going on in America is extreme. The youth cult, they worship youth so much it’s almost paranoid. And LA is the Mecca of it all; they’re taking it to the hilt. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6153. School is practice for future life, practice makes perfect and nobodys perfect, so why practice? – Billie Joe Armstrong

6154. The thing is, acoustic could be like a four-letter word to a lot of kids. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6155. There are a lot of bands who claim to be punk and they only play the music, they have no clue what it’s all about. It’s a lifestyle. It’s not about popularity and all that crap. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6156. We put everything we had into this record, just like we do with every other record that we make. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6157. What annoys the hell out of me is the arrogance of some people. They don’t even listen to our music, they decided in advance that they don’t like it. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6158. Moshing and broken glass just don’t go together. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6159. Punk will never be dead to me. It’s my life. I can never just drop this lifestyle. It embodies me. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6160. We’re not a political band. We don’t want to tell people what to do or what to think. We just want to tell them to think. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6161. I don’t want to live in an ivory tower, being the songwriter who just turns inward. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6162. I’d love to go to art school. I’d love to learn how to draw. I’d love to be fluent in Spanish. I’d like to be a brain surgeon. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6163. I’m a father. It isn’t just my life any more. I don’t want my kid finding bottles in the house or seeing his father completely smashed. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6164. I’m very monogamous. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6165. If I look at my old lyrics, they seem to be full of rage, but empty. There was an emptiness in my life. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6166. If Britney would paint her ass green, I’m sure you could spot green asses all over LA as soon as the word was out. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6167. I sort of enjoy the fact that I’m misunderstood most of the time. That’s fine. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6168. Punk is not just the sound, the music. Punk is a lifestyle. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6169. I approach playing acoustic guitar more of as a percussive instrument. It’s fragile. I don’t have a lot of finesse when it comes to my guitar playing. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6170. No one’s really happy anyway, it’s not human. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6171. I think it’s your own choice if you turn from an angry young man to a bitter, old bastard. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6172. I don’t want to limit myself musically. It would be really limiting if we’d neglect something we really want to do, like explore other styles of music. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6173. I hate celebrities. I really hate them. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6174. I never thought being obnoxious would get me where I am today. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6175. If journalists ask you again and again about the same bands, you’ll end up saying you hate them just because you’re so fed up with being asked all those stupid questions. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6176. If you have children, you don’t want to have drugs and drinks in the house. It’s just not good. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6177. Making mistakes is a lot better than not doing anything. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6178. A punk concert isn’t fun without a pit. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6179. Music – that’s been my education. There’s not a day that goes by that I take it for granted. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6180. Our passion is our strength. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6181. People are so damned afraid that one day they might wake up and discover that they’ve grown old. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6182. Punk has always been about doing things your own way. What it represents for me is ultimate freedom and a sense of individuality. – Billie Joe Armstrong

6183. I don’t like LA. The majority just seem to be so artificial. Look at how they worship everything they think is fashionable. Isn’t it sick? – Billie Joe Armstrong

6184. We also listen to PJ Harvey; a lot of driving music. You need something a little more relaxing in the car. – Brody Armstrong

6185. We drink VB, Victoria Bitter, which is way better. – Brody Armstrong

6186. When you meet someone for the first time, that’s not the whole book. That’s just the first page. – Brody Armstrong

6187. It’s not important to how the band functions or to what we do. That’s just many people’s opinions on what they see. A lot of people project stuff on you, but that’s okay. – Brody Armstrong

6188. I really wanted to work hard on my lyrics. – Brody Armstrong

6189. I guess to just keep playing music; to just keep outdoing the last record. – Brody Armstrong

6190. Dante didn’t work out, and then we found Ryan. He worked at a comic, record and toy store in Fremont. – Brody Armstrong

6191. All I’ve ever wanted to do was play music and go on the road and make records. – Brody Armstrong

6192. A drummer is usually like the backbone. – Brody Armstrong

6193. We loved Andy, so we wanted to keep him. He was in both bands, but Nerve Agents broke up. – Brody Armstrong

6194. Well, I decided earlier this year that I would run for president, and obviously I needed something to run on. – Craig Armstrong

6195. It’s all about being flexible, and avoiding choices whenever possible. Choices suck, they are inherently limiting. – Craig Armstrong

6196. Final thoughts are so, you know, final. Let’s call them closing words. – Craig Armstrong

6197. I believe we can and should have it all. Lower deficits but higher spending. More peace with a bigger military that goes off and kills terrorists and whatnot. A cleaner environment without forcing SUVs off the road. – Craig Armstrong

6198. Without a plan, there’s no attack. Without attack, no victory. – Curtis Armstrong

6199. I like being a strong, independent woman, and to be honest, I was never afraid to be on my own. – Dido Armstrong

6200. Thirty is not an age for a woman anymore. – Dido Armstrong

6201. The older you get, the more you realize you’re drifting toward a direction, and sometimes your significant other drifts into an opposite direction. You can’t blame anybody for it. – Dido Armstrong

6202. Life for rent means that my life isn’t really my own, I only rented it for a while, but if I don’t manage to buy it, to own it, then nothing of what I think is mine is really mine. – Dido Armstrong

6203. It’s great to just disappear, grab a suitcase, switch the answering machine on and just go somewhere else. – Dido Armstrong

6204. I really enjoy being single again. I spent a lot of time in a relationship and the nearer we came to the end, the more difficult it got. You don’t see things clearly as long as you’re still involved. – Dido Armstrong

6205. It’s great to go on your own and discover new things just for yourself, to meet new people and all that. If you’re all on your own, then there is nobody there to guide you and you have to make all the decisions for yourself. It’s quite liberating in a way. – Dido Armstrong

6206. It ain’t ignorance that causes all the trouble in this world. It’s the things people know that ain’t so. – Edwin Armstrong

6207. I could never accept findings based almost exclusively on mathematics. It ain’t ignorance that causes all the trouble in this world. It’s the things people know that ain’t so. – Edwin Armstrong

6208. You can’t help people that don’t want to be helped. – John Armstrong

6209. When you’re doing wrong, you’re gonna think wrong. – John Armstrong

6210. Music exalts each joy, allays each grief, expels diseases, softens every pain, subdues the rage of poison, and the plague. – John Armstrong

6211. Islam is a religion of success. Unlike Christianity, which has as its main image, in the west at least, a man dying in a devastating, disgraceful, helpless death. – Karen Armstrong

6212. There are some forms of religion that are bad, just as there’s bad cooking or bad art or bad sex, you have bad religion too. – Karen Armstrong

6213. After I left the convent, for 15 years I was worn out with religion, I wanted nothing whatever to do with it. I felt disgusted with it. If I saw someone reading a religious book on a train, I’d think, how awful. – Karen Armstrong

6214. Mohammed was not an apparent failure. He was a dazzling success, politically as well as spiritually, and Islam went from strength to strength to strength. – Karen Armstrong

6215. At the beginning of the twentieth century, every single leading Muslim intellectual was in love with the west, and wanted their countries to look just like Britain and France. – Karen Armstrong

6216. Compassion is not a popular virtue. – Karen Armstrong

6217. Every fundamentalist movement I’ve studied in Judaism, Christianity and Islam is convinced at some gut, visceral level that secular liberal society wants to wipe out religion. – Karen Armstrong

6218. Fundamentalists are not friends of democracy. And that includes your fundamentalists in the United States. – Karen Armstrong

6219. It’s a great event to get outside and enjoy nature. I find it very exciting no matter how many times I see bald eagles. – Karen Armstrong

6220. Now I think one of the reasons why religion developed in the way that it did over the centuries was precisely to curb this murderous bent that we have as human beings. – Karen Armstrong

6221. The values of Islam are expressed by Muslims clearly. September 11 changed the world, and put Muslims on the spotlight. – Karen Armstrong

6222. If you worried about falling off the bike, you’d never get on. – Lance Armstrong

6223. It can’t be any simpler: the farewell is going to be on the Champs-Elysees. – Lance Armstrong

6224. I figure the faster I pedal, the faster I can retire. – Lance Armstrong

6225. If children have the ability to ignore all odds and percentages, then maybe we can all learn from them. When you think about it, what other choice is there but to hope? We have two options, medically and emotionally: give up, or Fight Like Hell. – Lance Armstrong

6226. Winning is about heart, not just legs. It’s got to be in the right place. – Lance Armstrong

6227. It’s nice to win. I’ll never win again. I may have to take up golf – take on Tiger. – Lance Armstrong

6228. Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year, but eventually it will subside and something else will take its place. If I quit, however, it lasts forever. – Lance Armstrong

6229. Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever. – Lance Armstrong

6230. The riskiest thing you can do is get greedy. – Lance Armstrong

6231. A boo is a lot louder than a cheer. If you have 10 people cheering and one person booing, all you hear is the booing. – Lance Armstrong

6232. Two things scare me. The first is getting hurt. But that’s not nearly as scary as the second, which is losing. – Lance Armstrong

6233. Through my illness I learned rejection. I was written off. That was the moment I thought, Okay, game on. No prisoners. Everybody’s going down. – Lance Armstrong

6234. There is two kinds of music, the good, and the bad. I play the good kind. – Louis Armstrong

6235. What we play is life. – Louis Armstrong

6236. You blows who you is. – Louis Armstrong

6237. The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician. – Louis Armstrong

6238. There are some people that if they don’t know, you can’t tell them. – Louis Armstrong

6239. We all do ‘do, re, mi,’ but you have got to find the other notes yourself. – Louis Armstrong

6240. All music is folk music. I ain’t never heard a horse sing a song. – Louis Armstrong

6241. If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know. – Louis Armstrong

6242. Musicians don’t retire; they stop when there’s no more music in them. – Louis Armstrong

6243. The important achievement of Apollo was demonstrating that humanity is not forever chained to this planet and our visions go rather further than that and our opportunities are unlimited. – Neil Armstrong

6244. Yeah, I wasn’t chosen to be first. I was just chosen to command that flight. Circumstance put me in that particular role. That wasn’t planned by anyone. – Neil Armstrong

6245. Well, I think we tried very hard not to be overconfident, because when you get overconfident, that’s when something snaps up and bites you. – Neil Armstrong

6246. We had hundreds of thousands of people all dedicated to doing the perfect job, and I think they did about as well as anyone could ever have expected. – Neil Armstrong

6247. This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. – Neil Armstrong

6248. The one thing I regret was that my work required an enormous amount of my time, and a lot of travel. – Neil Armstrong

6249. If that’s there, I believe that technology will probably step up to their part of it. – Neil Armstrong

6250. I think we’re going to the moon because it’s in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It’s by the nature of his deep inner soul… we’re required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream. – Neil Armstrong

6251. As a boy, because I was born and raised in Ohio, about 60 miles north of Dayton, the legends of the Wrights have been in my memories as long as I can remember. – Neil Armstrong

6252. Geologists have a saying – rocks remember. – Neil Armstrong

6253. Gliders, sail planes, they’re wonderful flying machines. It’s the closest you can come to being a bird. – Neil Armstrong

6254. Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the Moon. July 1969 AD. We came in peace for all mankind. – Neil Armstrong

6255. Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed. – Neil Armstrong

6256. I believe every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don’t intend to waste any of mine. – Neil Armstrong

6257. I believe that every human has a finite number of heartbeats. I don’t intend to waste any of mine running around doing exercises. – Neil Armstrong

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6258. I fully expected that, by the end of the century, we would have achieved substantially more than we actually did. – Neil Armstrong

6259. It suddenly struck me that that tiny pea, pretty and blue, was the Earth. I put up my thumb and shut one eye, and my thumb blotted out the planet Earth. I didn’t feel like a giant. I felt very, very small. – Neil Armstrong

6260. I put up my thumb and it blotted out the planet Earth. – Neil Armstrong

6261. The Eagle has landed. – Neil Armstrong

6262. I was elated, ecstatic and extremely surprised that we were successful. – Neil Armstrong

6263. In much of society, research means to investigate something you do not know or understand. – Neil Armstrong

6264. It’s a brilliant surface in that sunlight. The horizon seems quite close to you because the curvature is so much more pronounced than here on earth. It’s an interesting place to be. I recommend it. – Neil Armstrong

6265. Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand. – Neil Armstrong

6266. Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying. – Neil Armstrong

6267. Research is creating new knowledge. – Neil Armstrong

6268. Science has not yet mastered prophecy. We predict too much for the next year and yet far too little for the next 10. – Neil Armstrong

6269. I guess we all like to be recognized not for one piece of fireworks, but for the ledger of our daily work. – Neil Armstrong

6270. If you believe in yourself, if you are without fear, you will also be tolerant, non-aggressive and find love. – Rollo Armstrong

6271. Rest, rest, shall I have not all eternity to rest. – Antoine Arnauld

6272. A single prop that does not look real to an audience can louse you up. The same is true of the smallest flaw in setting up the motivation in a story line. – Desi Arnaz

6273. American people have the ability to laugh at themselves. It is one of the things that makes this country the great country that it is. – Desi Arnaz

6274. An actor who is good at comedy can also be very good at drama, but not necessarily vice versa. – Desi Arnaz

6275. An audience is so important. I would never have had the guts to dub in that big a laugh. – Desi Arnaz

6276. At times we were criticized for doing too much slapstick. I don’t believe in mild comedy, and neither does Lucy. – Desi Arnaz

6277. Drinking intensifies all your pressures and your needs. – Desi Arnaz

6278. Al Jolson was one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived. – Desi Arnaz

6279. When we got married, nobody gave it more than two weeks. There were bets all over the country, with astronomical odds against us. – Desi Arnaz

6280. I went to high school with Al Capone. – Desi Arnaz

6281. I learned a lot from Xavier Cugat. – Desi Arnaz

6282. Joe McCarthy and his Senate hearings were like witch-hunts. – Desi Arnaz

6283. Lucy and I would love furiously and fight furiously. – Desi Arnaz

6284. Motion-picture studio floors used to be all wooden and not smooth at all. This was difficult when moving a camera around on a dolly. – Desi Arnaz

6285. I learned a lot in those first years in Miami, while struggling just for survival, by observing my father’s fortitude. – Desi Arnaz

6286. Nobody bats 500. We all make mistakes. – Desi Arnaz

6287. One of my biggest problems with comedy was that I did not understand some of the jokes. – Desi Arnaz

6288. Since I was very young I have always worked hard at whatever I have had to do. – Desi Arnaz

6289. The success of I Love Lucy is something that happens only once in a lifetime, if you are fortunate enough to have it happen at all. – Desi Arnaz

6290. The way the Army does things is sometimes a little strange. – Desi Arnaz

6291. I had started calling her Lucy shortly after we met; I didn’t like the name Lucille. That’s how our television show was called I Love Lucy, not Lucille. – Desi Arnaz

6292. Lucy is such a perfectionist. – Desi Arnaz

6293. The thing I remember about New York was how little I felt. I arrived with one small bag and $15. – Desi Arnaz

6294. My Latin temper blows up pretty fast, but it goes down just as fast. Maybe that’s why you seldom hear of ulcers in Latin America. – Desi Arnaz

6295. Good things do not come easy. The road is lined with pitfalls. – Desi Arnaz

6296. Failure is the most terrible thing in our business. When we fail, the whole world knows about it. – Desi Arnaz

6297. Everyone seemed to be doing well except me and my career. And my accent was no helping me any. – Desi Arnaz

6298. I don’t think anyone can tell you what it is that makes you a star. – Desi Arnaz

6299. Women hope men will change after marriage but they don’t; men hope women won’t change but they do. – Bettina Arndt

6300. Nothing that is really good and God-like dies. – Ernst Moritz Arndt

6301. The brave man, indeed, calls himself lord of the land, through his iron, through his blood. – Ernst Moritz Arndt

6302. This truth is a remedy against spiritual pride, namely, that none should account himself better before God than others, though perhaps adorned with greater gifts, and endowments. – Johann Arndt

6303. But since the world, which thou art to strive against, is not without thee, but within thee, it follows, that it is also to be conquered not without, but within thee. – Johann Arndt

6304. Consider then, O man! whether there can be anything more wretched and poor, more naked and miserable, than man when he dies, if he be not clothed with Christ’s righteousness, and enriched in his God. – Johann Arndt

6305. For even these are no less bestowed on him of pure grace, than are righteousness and salvation themselves. – Johann Arndt

6306. It certainly is the duty of every true Christian, to esteem himself a stranger and pilgrim in this world; and as bound to use earthly blessings, not as means of satisfying lust or gratifying wantonness, but of supplying his absolute wants and necessities. – Johann Arndt

6307. Whatever man uses without the fear of God, whatever he applies to the mere gratifying of his flesh, cannot fail to operate as a poison to the soul, however pleasant and salutary it may appear to be to the body. – Johann Arndt

6308. Yet, so far from laboring to know the forbidden tree of worldly pleasures and its various fruits, man gives himself up to a careless and thoughtless state of life, and yields to the lust of the flesh, not considering that this lust is really the forbidden tree. – Johann Arndt

6309. In short, all things that please the natural man in this world, are, to a true Christian, only so many crosses and temptations, allurements of sin and snares of death, that continually exercise his virtue. – Johann Arndt

6310. I’d like to say from the beginning that the 12 years I’ve been coming here, I’ve met unfailing courtesy and cooperation, courtesy from your people and cooperation from the Ministry of Information. – Peter Arnett

6311. I am still in shock and awe at being fired. – Peter Arnett

6312. The first war plan has failed because of Iraqi resistance. Now they are trying to write another war plan. Clearly, the American war planners misjudged the determination of the Iraqi forces. – Peter Arnett

6313. Right-wing media and politicians are looking for any opportunity to be critical of the reporters who are here. Some reporters make judgments, but that is not my style. I present both sides and report what I see with my own eyes. – Peter Arnett

6314. Our reports about civilian casualties here, about the resistance of the Iraqi forces, are going back to the United States. It helps those who oppose the war when you challenge the policy to develop their arguments. – Peter Arnett

6315. President Bush says he is concerned about the Iraqi people, but if Iraqi people are dying in numbers, then American policy will be challenged very strongly. – Peter Arnett

6316. But as a result of that, there was, once the show ended, there was this talk for sort of four, five months about what was going to happen, and if we were going to move to Showtime, and if we were going to be bought by ABC or whatever. – Will Arnett

6317. And then we’ve got Blades of Glory, and we’ve got Brothers Solomon, and I’ve got a script in development with this guy Chuck Martin who used to write on Arrested, and, you know, we have a few things in various stages of development. – Will Arnett

6318. And we… right from moment one, we were always kinda up against the wall a little bit when it came to the future of the show. There were always rumors. – Will Arnett

6319. Because I think a lot of people felt like, ultimately – and this isn’t the first time I’ve said this, so I’ll bore you again with it – but ultimately it was… I think it felt like homework a bit for people. – Will Arnett

6320. It doesn’t look great if you cancel the reigning Best Comedy Program, you know, you’re gonna take a hit from a… from sort of a public relations standpoint. – Will Arnett

6321. But since day one, we’ve always been kinda up against it. So at the end, it’s not surprising that we were kind of led along for so many months and didn’t know what the fate of the show was gonna be. It was… in a weird way, just kind of that was the way it’s always been. – Will Arnett

6322. The show had run its course on the Fox network. – Will Arnett

6323. Look, I get it; you come home, you work hard, and you turn on your TV… You kind of want to escape a little bit and be taken away by something. Our show required you to pay attention, and if that’s not what you wanted to do, then it wasn’t going to be for you, and that’s OK. – Will Arnett

6324. Most shows, you really have to force it. And everybody’s nervous, and the network is nervous, and they’ve all got their notepads out, and they’re all going to give notes on what they think is funny, and everybody’s trying to spin their jokes, and this was so – the script was so good that we didn’t have to really do anything, and it made it so easy for us to do well. – Will Arnett

6325. My first movie was this independent that I did on the Erie Canal in 1995, called Erie, that I don’t know if you could even get, actually with Felicity Huffman. And then from that I did this film that was eventually called The Broken Giant later that fall. And then I kind of started getting into doing pilots. – Will Arnett

6326. Arrested Development opened a lot of doors for me. – Will Arnett

6327. No, Arrested Development was such an amazing experience in every way, and you know it was very unique in that it was a show that received a lot of critical acclaim, and yet we didn’t ever achieve the ratings that we wanted. – Will Arnett

6328. I mean, I gotta say one of the greatest victories on that show was when we got picked up for the back nine of the first season, and they made it a full order. – Will Arnett

6329. There’s a lot of lying and these are people who are incredibly flawed, and not in very sort of empathetic ways, either. Some of the things they do are pretty awful and some of the things they do to each other are pretty awful. – Will Arnett

6330. This pilot, by far, was the best I ever read – and I hope that insults every other pilot I worked on. – Will Arnett

6331. Well, no, I didn’t because I didn’t even know the nominations were coming out. I gotta say, it wasn’t even on my radar. I hadn’t… I hadn’t even thought about it. – Will Arnett

6332. Well, we were never coming back to Fox… that was clear. – Will Arnett

6333. Well, yeah. At a certain point, you’ve got to be really honest with yourself. Like, ‘Why am I doing this? What are my motivations?’ Like, if you get into it because you want to be famous? Then you’ve got a long row to hoe. But if you really feel like it’s a labour of love and it’s something you’re actually legitimately good at, then it’s not that hard to keep plugging away. – Will Arnett

6334. When it sort of finally sets in that you’re not going to be doing that anymore… it’s disappointing. – Will Arnett

6335. Yeah, you know, within the context of TV families, these are pretty unsavory characters. – Will Arnett

6336. And I think that at a certain point, after all the time and all the conjecture and everything that had kind of gone on surrounding this show, I think that Mitch just felt like it was time to let it go. It was best for the show. – Will Arnett

6337. The line that describes the beautiful is elliptical. It has simplicity and constant change. It cannot be described by a compass, and it changes direction at every one of its points. – Rudolf Arnheim

6338. When a system is considered in two different states, the difference in volume or in any other property, between the two states, depends solely upon those states themselves and not upon the manner in which the system may pass from one state to the other. – Rudolf Arnheim

6339. Variety is more than a means of avoiding boredom, since art is more than an entertainment of the senses. – Rudolf Arnheim

6340. Today we no longer regard the universe as the cause of our own undeserved troubles but perhaps, on the contrary, as the last refuge from the mismanagement of our earthly affairs. – Rudolf Arnheim

6341. The rehabilitation of order as a universal principle, however, suggested at the same time that orderliness by itself is not sufficient to account for the nature of organized systems in general or for those created by man in particular. – Rudolf Arnheim

6342. Furthermore, order is a necessary condition for making a structure function. A physical mechanism, be it a team of laborers, the body of an animal, or a machine, can work only if it is in physical order. – Rudolf Arnheim

6343. A system is in equilibrium when the forces constituting it are arranged in such a way as to compensate each other, like the two weights pulling at the arms of a pair of scales. – Rudolf Arnheim

6344. Order is a necessary condition for anything the human mind is to understand. – Rudolf Arnheim

6345. The least touchable object in the world is the eye. – Rudolf Arnheim

6346. Now equilibrium is the very opposite of disorder. – Rudolf Arnheim

6347. Rather than be asked to abandon one’s own heritage and to adapt to the mores of the new country, one was expected to possess a treasure of foreign skills and customs that would enrich the resources of American living. – Rudolf Arnheim

6348. Modem science, then, maintains on the one hand that nature, both organic and inorganic, strives towards a state of order and that man’s actions are governed by the same tendency. – Rudolf Arnheim

6349. Man’s striving for order, of which art is but one manifestation, derives from a similar universal tendency throughout the organic world; it is also paralleled by, and perhaps derived from, the striving towards the state of simplest structure in physical systems. – Rudolf Arnheim

6350. In many instances, order is apprehended first of all by the senses. – Rudolf Arnheim

6351. Good art theory must smell of the studio, although its language should differ from the household talk of painters and sculptors. – Rudolf Arnheim

6352. Entropy theory, on the other hand, is not concerned with the probability of succession in a series of items but with the overall distribution of kinds of items in a given arrangement. – Rudolf Arnheim

6353. Entropy theory is indeed a first attempt to deal with global form; but it has not been dealing with structure. All it says is that a large sum of elements may have properties not found in a smaller sample of them. – Rudolf Arnheim

6354. At one of the annual conventions of the American Society for Aesthetics much confusion arose when the Society for Anesthetics met at the same time in the same hotel. – Rudolf Arnheim

6355. As one gets older, it happens that in the morning one fails to remember the airplane trip to be taken in a few hours or the lecture scheduled for the afternoon. – Rudolf Arnheim

6356. In a land of immigrants, one was not an alien but simply the latest arrival. – Rudolf Arnheim

6357. The foreign accent was a promise, and indeed, all over the country, European imports added spice to the sciences, the arts, and other areas. What one had to give was not considered inferior to what one received. – Rudolf Arnheim

6358. The clarification of visual forms and their organization in integrated patterns as well as the attribution of such forms to suitable objects is one of the most effective training grounds of the young mind. – Rudolf Arnheim

6359. The arts, as a reflection of human existence at its highest, have always and spontaneously lived up to this demand of plenitude. No mature style of art in any culture has ever been simple. – Rudolf Arnheim

6360. The absurd consequences of neglecting structure but using the concept of order just the same are evident if one examines the present terminology of information theory. – Rudolf Arnheim

6361. All perceiving is also thinking, all reasoning is also intuition, all observation is also invention. – Rudolf Arnheim

6362. Tell me about yourself – your struggles, your dreams, your telephone number. – Peter Arno

6363. I consider your conduct unethical and lousy. – Peter Arno

6364. Only those who look with the eyes of children can lose themselves in the object of their wonder. – Eberhard Arnold

6365. Every child is a thought in the mind of God, and our task is to recognize this thought and help it toward completion. – Eberhard Arnold

6366. Touring is really a pretty lonely business. – Eddy Arnold

6367. This is my seventh decade… and every once in a while I get a hankering to re-visit these songs again… songs with which I have had a great relationship. – Eddy Arnold

6368. I’m trying to sell every audience something; that something is me. – Eddy Arnold

6369. Don’t be afraid to fall flat on your face. – Eddy Arnold

6370. When I finally put my guitar in the case the last time, I want to be remembered just as a singer, not as a country singer or pops singer – just a singer. – Eddy Arnold

6371. Within yourself deliverance must be searched for, because each man makes his own prison. – Edwin Arnold

6372. Sleep – death without dying – living, but not life. – Edwin Arnold

6373. There is no caste in blood. – Edwin Arnold

6374. Although, I am proud of all my Symphonies as they all have something special to say, my particular favourite is the Fifth. As the great Mahler expert Donald Mitchell said that if Mahler had written another Symphony, it would have been my Fifth! – Malcolm Arnold

6375. Music is the social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is. – Malcolm Arnold

6376. Although I enjoyed writing Film Music it was always a means to an end, in that it enabled me to keep a wife and family and write my classical music, which has always been my passion. – Malcolm Arnold

6377. The need of expansion is as genuine an instinct in man as the need in a plant for the light, or the need in man himself for going upright. The love of liberty is simply the instinct in man for expansion. – Matthew Arnold

6378. It is so small a thing to have enjoyed the sun, to have lived light in the spring, to have loved, to have thought, to have done. – Matthew Arnold

6379. Waiting for the spark from heaven to fall. – Matthew Arnold

6380. Use your gifts faithfully, and they shall be enlarged; practice what you know, and you shall attain to higher knowledge. – Matthew Arnold

6381. Truth sits upon the lips of dying men. – Matthew Arnold

6382. To have the sense of creative activity is the great happiness and the great proof of being alive. – Matthew Arnold

6383. The true meaning of religion is thus, not simply morality, but morality touched by emotion. – Matthew Arnold

6384. The pursuit of perfection, then, is the pursuit of sweetness and light. – Matthew Arnold

6385. It is almost impossible to exaggerate the proneness of the human mind to take miracles as evidence, and to seek for miracles as evidence. – Matthew Arnold

6386. And we forget because we must and not because we will. – Matthew Arnold

6387. Bald as the bare mountain tops are bald, with a baldness full of grandeur. – Matthew Arnold

6388. Because thou must not dream, thou need not despair. – Matthew Arnold

6389. Conduct is three-fourths of our life and its largest concern. – Matthew Arnold

6390. Culture is properly described as the love of perfection; it is a study of perfection. – Matthew Arnold

6391. Culture is to know the best that has been said and thought in the world. – Matthew Arnold

6392. For the creation of a masterwork of literature two powers must concur, the power of the man and the power of the moment, and the man is not enough without the moment. – Matthew Arnold

6393. France, famed in all great arts, in none supreme. – Matthew Arnold

6394. Greatness is a spiritual condition. – Matthew Arnold

6395. Nature, with equal mind, Sees all her sons at play, Sees man control the wind, The wind sweep man away. – Matthew Arnold

6396. Home of lost causes, and forsaken beliefs, and unpopular names, and impossible loyalties! – Matthew Arnold

6397. The freethinking of one age is the common sense of the next. – Matthew Arnold

6398. Journalism is literature in a hurry. – Matthew Arnold

6399. Not a having and a resting, but a growing and becoming, is the character of perfection as culture conceives it. – Matthew Arnold

6400. Our society distributes itself into Barbarians, Philistines and Populace; and America is just ourselves with the Barbarians quite left out, and the Populace nearly. – Matthew Arnold

6401. Poetry is simply the most beautiful, impressive, and widely effective mode of saying things. – Matthew Arnold

6402. Poetry; a criticism of life under the conditions fixed for such a criticism by the laws of poetic truth and poetic beauty. – Matthew Arnold

6403. Resolve to be thyself: and know that he who finds himself, loses his misery. – Matthew Arnold

6404. Sad Patience, too near neighbour to despair. – Matthew Arnold

6405. Spare me the whispering, crowded room, the friends who come and gape and go, the ceremonious air of gloom – all, which makes death a hideous show. – Matthew Arnold

6406. Still bent to make some port he knows not where, still standing for some false impossible shore. – Matthew Arnold

6407. Birth control that really works – every night before we go to bed we spend an hour with our kids. – Roseanne Barr Arnold

6408. I know how to do anything, I’m a mom. – Roseanne Barr Arnold

6409. My object will be, if possible, to form Christian men, for Christian boys I can scarcely hope to make. – Thomas Arnold

6410. One’s age should be tranquil, as childhood should be playful. Hard work at either extremity of life seems out of place. At midday the sun may burn, and men labor under it; but the morning and evening should be alike calm and cheerful. – Thomas Arnold

6411. Rather than have it the principal thing in my son’s mind, I would gladly have him think that the sun went round the earth, and that the stars were so many spangles set in the bright blue firmament. – Thomas Arnold

6412. Real knowledge, like everything else of value, is not to be obtained easily. It must be worked for, studied for, thought for, and, more that all, must be prayed for. – Thomas Arnold

6413. The difference between one man and another is not mere ability it is energy. – Thomas Arnold

6414. It was from an old friend who thought he was dying. Anyway, he said, ‘Life and death issues don’t come along that often, thank God, so don’t treat everything like it’s life or death. Go easier.’ – Thomas Arnold

6415. The nature of show business is people within the business feel that if someone else fails, they move up a notch. – Tom Arnold

6416. Environmentalists have a very conflicted relationship with their cars. – Tom Arnold

6417. They give themselves to God when the Devil will no longer have them. – Sophie Arnould

6418. What passes for optimism is most often the effect of an intellectual error. – Raymond Aron

6419. Foreknowledge of the future makes it possible to manipulate both enemies and supporters. – Raymond Aron

6420. At the end of Requiem all I wanted to do was get a DV camera and just do a small film. But then the hunger comes back. – Darren Aronofsky

6421. Animators have to live life 24 times as long as we do – every 24 frames of a second. – Darren Aronofsky

6422. As filmmakers, we can show where a person’s mind goes, as opposed to theater, which is more to sit back and watch it. – Darren Aronofsky

6423. When I go to movies I generally want to be taken to another world. – Darren Aronofsky

6424. These wrestlers aren’t organized. They have no union, no pension and no insurance. You meet wrestler after wrestler who sold out Madison Square Garden ten years ago, basically running on fumes today. There’s a lot of drama there. – Darren Aronofsky

6425. To me, watching a movie is like going to an amusement park. My worst fear is making a film that people don’t think is a good ride. – Darren Aronofsky

6426. I was a TV junkie as a kid. I am the Sesame Street generation. – Darren Aronofsky

6427. Casting ethnic characters is a very hard thing to do, but it’s important. It’s also interesting. – Darren Aronofsky

6428. Comic books and graphic novels are a great medium. It’s incredibly underused. – Darren Aronofsky

6429. I couldn’t sleep one night and I was sitting in my office and I realized that I was an independent filmmaker. – Darren Aronofsky

6430. I had some big ups and downs when I was in my 20s and the one thing I learned was, no matter how low it gets, something good will come along – something always comes out of that dark period. – Darren Aronofsky

6431. I hope that Requiem is better than Pi. I hope that Pi is better than my student films, and I’m hoping that I’m getting better as I get older. – Darren Aronofsky

6432. I only want to work with actors that really get it and make it work. I didn’t want it to be a star-driven thing anymore. – Darren Aronofsky

6433. Turning 30 was when my parents both got cancer and were fighting it and beat it, but their mortality started to get to me. Everything wasn’t as hunky-dory like it was. – Darren Aronofsky

6434. I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you’re following your passion. – Darren Aronofsky

6435. There’s always been a lot of pressure and tension on the line. If ‘Pi’ didn’t work out, I have no idea what my career would be. I don’t think I would have gotten another shot at it. If ‘Requiem for a Dream’ didn’t work out, they would have called me a ‘one-hit wonder with a sophomore slump’. – Darren Aronofsky

6436. I’d like to do a lot of different stuff. I think it’s important as a creative person to keep challenging yourself and keep doing new stuff. If you end up trying to repeat yourself it’s death. It just becomes boring and takes the passion out of it. You gotta find stories and characters that you really want to hang out with. – Darren Aronofsky

6437. I’m Godless. I’ve had to make my God, and my God is narrative filmmaking. – Darren Aronofsky

6438. I’m not a comic book guy at all. – Darren Aronofsky

6439. I’ve always wanted to introduce hip-hop filmmaking to film. There’s hip-hop art, dance, music, but there really isn’t hip-hop film. So I was trying to do that. – Darren Aronofsky

6440. If you ask any person on this crew what they think of Hugh Jackman they’ll admit they’ve never seen anything like it. I’ll give him an emotional note and he’ll hit it every time. – Darren Aronofsky

6441. Now there is so much expertise and brainpower it’s hard to be at the cutting edge of what’s cool and not do something that’s totally geeky. – Darren Aronofsky

6442. Right after I did ‘The Fountain,’ I wanted to go make a documentary or something that was less constructed – more natural. I was searching for a project, and sniffing around, ‘The Wrestler’ fit right in. – Darren Aronofsky

6443. I think video games and that stuff should be as violent as possible, but age-appropriate. It should be realistic. When it’s not realistic you run into kids running around shooting people and not realizing the consequences. – Darren Aronofsky

6444. Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother’s womb. – Jean Arp

6445. Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation. – Jean Arp

6446. We learn by our problems. We correct our deficiencies if there are any. – Joe Arpaio

6447. Our planes should be full, which among other things means we have a golden opportunity… to build on the momentum reflected in the financial results we are reporting today. – Gerard Arpey

6448. That doesn’t mean you have to have the lowest costs in the industry to succeed. But you need to make sure the activities and product attributes that increase your costs above the other guy bring in at least that much more in revenue, and hopefully more. – Gerard Arpey

6449. Second, we have to make the most of the strengths we have, the amenities that many of our competitors cannot replicate. But again, those advantages won’t mean much if we don’t do a great job with the basics of our business. – Gerard Arpey

6450. At American Airlines, we have built a business around the love of travel that has lasted three quarters of a century. And I’m pretty sure we’re just getting started. – Gerard Arpey

6451. But I definitely see us playing a major role in St. Louis in the years to come. We already provide service to 95 percent of the markets St. Louis travelers visit the most. And we’re adding capacity in some of the most important markets. – Gerard Arpey

6452. But I don’t think the popularity of flying has diminished a bit. – Gerard Arpey

6453. Despite the painful changes we have had to make, we continue to believe in the St. Louis market. And we are hoping to add flights, in a careful way, as the economics of our business improve and the demands of the traveling public in St. Louis become clear. – Gerard Arpey

6454. First, we have to lower our costs to levels that are more competitive. This will prevent the lower-cost airlines from pushing us out of the markets we want to serve. We’ve made great progress on this front, but we need to keep pushing. – Gerard Arpey

6455. However, the economics of our business continued to deteriorate. We barely escaped bankruptcy a year ago, and in the aftermath of that escape we had to make some even tougher decisions. – Gerard Arpey

6456. I think in just about any business the low cost competitor is always going to have an advantage. – Gerard Arpey

6457. Just to cover the increase in fuel costs over the past two years, American would have had to raise fares nearly $75 per round-trip ticket. During this time period, our average fare increased by only $15. – Gerard Arpey

6458. Markets that don’t work we’re going to step away from. – Gerard Arpey

6459. Our Fly Smart philosophy is about investing only on those points of differentiation that pay for themselves, that earn a revenue premium commensurate with what it costs us to provide that product or service. – Gerard Arpey

6460. We need to take excellent care of our customers, and do so at a profit. – Gerard Arpey

6461. The executive moves we are announcing today will strengthen American for the long-term future and reflect well on the depth of the Company’s management team. – Gerard Arpey

6462. These are times of unprecedented challenge and change in the airline industry, and the appointments we are announcing today will put American in an even stronger position to continue the substantial progress that has already been made under the tenets of our Turnaround Plan. – Gerard Arpey

6463. This airline is grateful for his extensive contributions and we will miss his friendship and support. We extend our deepest sympathies to the Casey family on its personal loss. – Gerard Arpey

6464. We continued the hard work of integrating TWA, because at that time we still thought an efficient connecting hub in St. Louis could be a profitable addition to our network. – Gerard Arpey

6465. We have, unlike many of our competitors, continued to meet our various financial obligations. – Gerard Arpey

6466. One of our most difficult realizations was that – in the course of two years – a connecting hub in St. Louis had gone from something we thought we needed to something we could no longer afford. – Gerard Arpey

6467. Yeah, I definitely wanted to do a kids’ movie because I have a kid. I want to do things that my daughter can see soon – when she is old enough to know what a movie is. – David Arquette

6468. The first horror film I remember seeing in the theatre was Halloween and from the first scene when the kid puts on the mask and it is his POV, I was hooked. – David Arquette

6469. I don’t have a goal but I just want to work on movies that I really like. – Patricia Arquette

6470. I grew up in a hippie commune so I have a real hippie part of me. – Patricia Arquette

6471. I liked the premise of this material. I love the marriage relationship. They kind of keep each other honest, and they enjoy each other’s sense of humor. Kind of a sexy but boring relationship. – Patricia Arquette

6472. Neither of us entered marriage thinking it wouldn’t be a strain. Life has strains in it, and he’s the person I want to strain with. – Patricia Arquette

6473. We all have our own little thing, I think. – Patricia Arquette

6474. It’s so hard to be a mother and to also want to practice your art. – Rosanna Arquette

6475. There will always be some kid who’s the new Kurt Cobain writing great lyrics and singing from his soul. The problem is they’re not marketing that anymore or putting it out there. – Rosanna Arquette

6476. There’s no way I’m going to put this kid in the movies, because of the rejection. It’s so hard as an adult, so why set her up to feel that bad as a child? – Rosanna Arquette

6477. It’s not fair the emphasis put on beauty, or on sexuality. – Rosanna Arquette

6478. Art is such an important part of our culture. – Rosanna Arquette

6479. Criticism really used to hurt me. Most of these critics are usually frustrated artists, and they criticise other people’s art because they can’t do it themselves. It’s a really disgusting job. They must feel horrible inside. – Rosanna Arquette

6480. Fortunately, we have a lot of really smart women in the business. – Rosanna Arquette

6481. I do resent that when you’re in the most cool, powerful time of your life, which is your 40s, you’re put out to pasture. I think women are so much cooler when they’re older. So it’s a drag that we’re not allowed to age. – Rosanna Arquette

6482. I love music and musicians. And seeing great artists dropped from labels was really frustrating and sad to me. – Rosanna Arquette

6483. I think the most important thing for an artist is to not worry about what anybody else thinks. You just have to do what comes from your heart and your being and put it out there-that’s true in any of the arts. – Rosanna Arquette

6484. I was in Florida with Burt Stern, the photographer who shot Marilyn Monroe on the beach with a sweater, and we smoked a joint. The bathing suit kept coming off in the water, and I just ripped it off. I was very comfortable being naked. – Rosanna Arquette

6485. It’s so hard to keep everything balanced in life. – Rosanna Arquette

6486. It’s not fair that there aren’t very many juicy or varied roles for women. – Rosanna Arquette

6487. Music used to change people’s minds – and it still changes mine. – Rosanna Arquette

6488. It’s so hard to have relationships when there is so much scrutiny. – Rosanna Arquette

6489. It’s unfortunate that music has become such big business. – Rosanna Arquette

6490. Look, it’s to the point where kids are getting Botox. It’s insane. We’re not allowed to age. – Rosanna Arquette

6491. Men want girls. Most men want little girls. They want them in film. They want to look at them. That’s all they want. An evolved man is not going to look that way. – Rosanna Arquette

6492. Most men are not that evolved. – Rosanna Arquette

6493. In Hollywood there are a lot of very insecure men running the business. – Rosanna Arquette

6494. Since in music we deal with notes, not words, with chords, with transitions, with color and expression, the musical meaning always based on those notes as written and nothing else – has to be divined. – Claude Arrau

6495. An interpreter must give his blood to the work interpreted. – Claude Arrau

6496. Our enemies are Medes and Persians, men who for centuries have lived soft and luxurious lives; we of Macedon for generations past have been trained in the hard school of danger and war. Above all, we are free men, and they are slaves. – Arrian

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6497. They must therefore not spoil Alexander’s undertaking, especially when they were almost at the close of their toils, and were, moreover, no longer in any difficulty about provisions on their coasting cruise. – Arrian

6498. They, astounded at the flash of the armor, and the swiftness of the charge, and attacked by showers of arrows and missiles, half naked as they were, never stopped to resist but gave way. – Arrian

6499. In 1963 and later papers, I pointed out that the special market characteristics of medical care and medical insurance could be explained by reference to differences in information among the parties involved. – Kenneth Joseph Arrow

6500. My assignment was exclusively in the research field, and my first published paper, On the Optimal Use of Winds for Flight Planning, was the outgrowth of that work. – Kenneth Joseph Arrow

6501. My graduate study was interrupted, like that of many others, by World War II. – Kenneth Joseph Arrow

6502. My research, even before 1972, moved in directions beyond those cited for the Nobel Memorial Prize. Most of it, in one way or another, deals with information as an economic variable, both as to its production and as to its use. – Kenneth Joseph Arrow

6503. My undergraduate education, at the City College in New York, was made possible only by the existence of that excellent free institution and the financial sacrifices of my parents. – Kenneth Joseph Arrow

6504. In the time one is given, the steward must make the most of the talents one is given by the Lord. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6505. I sow; my successor reaps. This is the majesty of democracy. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6506. I want justice to be so pervasive that it will be taken for granted, just as injustice is taken for granted today. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6507. I want ordinary people to enjoy a decent standard of living, with ever increasing security, comfort and joy. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6508. I’m not worried. I’m in control. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6509. The power of one, if fearless and focused, is formidable, but the power of many working together is better. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6510. It is simply the truth that the political system that I am part of has degenerated to the point that it needs fundamental change. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6511. Now I ask you to make your sacrifice. Take a gamble. I took the plunge and I’m glad of it. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6512. While there’s been much progress on terrorism, there’s still much work to do and it is very important that the countries work together in order to address this threat together. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6513. We have the hardest working people in the world, the most adaptable and the most congenial to employ. – Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

6514. Those who live, live off the dead. – Antonin Artaud

6515. So long as we have failed to eliminate any of the causes of human despair, we do not have the right to try to eliminate those means by which man tries to cleanse himself of despair. – Antonin Artaud

6516. Never tire yourself more than necessary, even if you have to found a culture on the fatigue of your bones. – Antonin Artaud

6517. No one has ever written, painted, sculpted, modeled, built, or invented except literally to get out of hell. – Antonin Artaud

6518. All true language is incomprehensible, like the chatter of a beggar’s teeth. – Antonin Artaud

6519. Don’t tire yourself more than need be, even at the price of founding a culture on the fatigue of your bones. – Antonin Artaud

6520. Hell is of this world and there are men who are unhappy escapees from hell, escapees destined ETERNALLY to reenact their escape. – Antonin Artaud

6521. I myself spent nine years in an insane asylum and I never had the obsession of suicide, but I know that each conversation with a psychiatrist, every morning at the time of his visit, made me want to hang myself, realizing that I would not be able to cut his throat. – Antonin Artaud

6522. It is not opium which makes me work but its absence, and in order for me to feel its absence it must from time to time be present. – Antonin Artaud

6523. There is in every madman a misunderstood genius whose idea, shining in his head, frightened people, and for whom delirium was the only solution to the strangulation that life had prepared for him. – Antonin Artaud

6524. We must wash literature off ourselves. We want to be men above all, to be human. – Antonin Artaud

6525. When we speak the word “life,” it must be understood we are not referring to life as we know it from its surface of fact, but to that fragile, fluctuating center which forms never reach. – Antonin Artaud

6526. Written poetry is worth reading once, and then should be destroyed. Let the dead poets make way for others. – Antonin Artaud

6527. I’m looking at working with people I get on with, that respect me, that don’t just see me as a piece of ass. Which I have experienced as well. I’ve nearly walked off very big films before, and I would, because I don’t want that in my life. I want to enjoy the work I do. – Gemma Arterton

6528. My mother, she had a very good attitude toward money. I’m very grateful for the fact that we had to learn to save. I used to get like 50 pence a week, and I’d save it for like five months. And then I’d spend it on Christmas presents. I’d save up like eight pounds. It’s nothing, but we did that. – Gemma Arterton

6529. I can’t imagine working without and audience. – Bea Arthur

6530. PETA has a proven track record of success. Each victory PETA wins for the animals is a stepping stone upon which we build a more compassionate world for all beings – and we will never give up our fight until all animals are treated with respect and kindness. – Bea Arthur

6531. Making lasting gifts for animals in our estate plans is perhaps the single most important thing we can do to ensure animals have the strongest possible voice for their protection. – Bea Arthur

6532. Keep fighting for animals by making compassionate, cruelty-free choices every day and encouraging those around you to do the same. – Bea Arthur

6533. I’m not playing a role. I’m being myself, whatever the hell that is. – Bea Arthur

6534. I’d never even been to Wrigley Field. I never even enjoyed baseball that much, but I loved being there, the crowd was lovely, and they all sang with me! – Bea Arthur

6535. I… was not too happy to suddenly take on this public role thrust upon me. They just assumed I was the Joan of Arc of the women’s movement. And I wasn’t at all. It put a lot of unnecessary pressure on me. – Bea Arthur

6536. I suddenly realized that comedy, for me, was just being honest, and playing it for real. I’ve seen so many wonderful actors who turn into creatures from another planet when they’re told they are supposed to be playing comedy. – Bea Arthur

6537. You know, I spend most of my life turning things down. There’s a lot of crap out there. – Bea Arthur

6538. I feel I’m an actress who sings a bit. – Bea Arthur

6539. No fruit. No veggie. – Bea Arthur

6540. But that’s one of the nice things about doing a stage show, if something doesn’t work out, you have the luxury of working on it over time. – Bea Arthur

6541. After being in the business for such a long time, I’ve done everything but rodeo and porno. – Bea Arthur

6542. I really cut my teeth on off-off-off Broadway shows. – Bea Arthur

6543. Lucy was lovely. – Bea Arthur

6544. The extravagant expenditure of public money is an evil not to be measured by the value of that money to the people who are taxed for it. – Chester A. Arthur

6545. Men may die, but the fabrics of free institutions remains unshaken. – Chester A. Arthur

6546. I may be president of the United States, but my private life is nobody’s damned business. – Chester A. Arthur

6547. I am satisfied that all politicians were meant to be journalists and all journalists meant to be politicians. – Owen Arthur

6548. Help the man-in-the-street make sense of the bewildering. – Owen Arthur

6549. For ultimately, the only way to win wars, is to prevent them occurring in the first place. – Owen Arthur

6550. For he who has health has hope; and he who has hope, has everything. – Owen Arthur

6551. Let us go forward in this battle fortified by conviction that those who labour in the service of a great and good cause will never fail. – Owen Arthur

6552. You know the problem, we don’t want to believe what we know. – Yann Arthus-Bertrand

6553. One fifth of human kind depend on fish to live. Today now 70 percent of the fish stock are over-exploited. According to FAO if we don’t change our system of fishing the main sea resources will be gone in 2050. We don’t want to believe what we know. – Yann Arthus-Bertrand

6554. My soul is more at rest from the tempter when I am busily employed. – Francis Asbury

6555. We should so work as if we were to be saved by our works; and so rely on Jesus Christ, as if we did no works. – Francis Asbury

6556. The lash may force men to physical labor, it cannot force them to spiritual creativity. – Sholem Asch

6557. The sword conquered for a while, but the spirit conquers for ever! – Sholem Asch

6558. An illness is like a journey into a far country; it sifts all one’s experience and removes it to a point so remote that it appears like a vision. – Sholem Asch

6559. Writing comes more easily if you have something to say. – Sholem Asch

6560. Mark all mathematical heads which be wholly and only bent on these sciences, how solitary they be themselves, how unfit to live with others, how unapt to serve the world. – Roger Ascham

6561. Let the master praise him, and say, “Here ye do well.” For, I assure you, there is no such whetstone to sharpen a good wit, and encourage a will to learning, as is praise. – Roger Ascham

6562. Learning teacheth more in one year than experience in twenty. – Roger Ascham

6563. By experience we find out a short way by a long wandering. – Roger Ascham

6564. It is costly wisdom that is bought by experience. – Roger Ascham

6565. To speak as the common people do, to think as wise men do is style. – Roger Ascham

6566. In our fathers’ time nothing was read but books of feigned chivalry, wherein a man by reading should be led to none other end, but only to manslaughter and bawdry. – Roger Ascham

6567. He that will write well in any tongue, must follow this counsel of Aristotle, to speak as the common people do, to think as wise men do: and so should every man understand him, and the judgment of wise men allow him. – Roger Ascham

6568. In mine opinion, love is fitter than fear, gentleness better than beating, to bring up a child rightly in learning. – Roger Ascham

6569. The least learned, for the most part, have been always most ready to write. – Roger Ascham

6570. Young children were sooner allured by love, than driven by beating, to attain good learning. – Roger Ascham

6571. There is no such whetstone, to sharpen a good wit and encourage a will to learning, as is praise. – Roger Ascham

6572. Dare to risk public criticism. – Mary Kay Ash

6573. A company is only as good as the people it keeps. – Mary Kay Ash

6574. A good goal is like a strenuous exercise – it makes you stretch. – Mary Kay Ash

6575. A mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one. – Mary Kay Ash

6576. Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so it goes on flying anyway. – Mary Kay Ash

6577. Criticize the act, not the person. – Mary Kay Ash

6578. Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve. – Mary Kay Ash

6579. Central banks don’t have divine wisdom. They try to do the best analysis they can and must be prepared to stand or fall by the quality of that analysis. – Mary Kay Ash

6580. People are definitely a company’s greatest asset. It doesn’t make any difference whether the product is cars or cosmetics. A company is only as good as the people it keeps. – Mary Kay Ash

6581. For every failure, there’s an alternative course of action. You just have to find it. When you come to a roadblock, take a detour. – Mary Kay Ash

6582. Give yourself something to work toward – constantly. – Mary Kay Ash

6583. Honesty is the cornerstone of all success, without which confidence and ability to perform shall cease to exist. – Mary Kay Ash

6584. If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can’t, you’re right. – Mary Kay Ash

6585. Left eyebrow raised, right eyebrow raised. – Mary Kay Ash

6586. Most people live and die with their music still unplayed. They never dare to try. – Mary Kay Ash

6587. No matter how busy you are, you must take time to make the other person feel important. – Mary Kay Ash

6588. People fall forward to success. – Mary Kay Ash

6589. Pretend that every single person you meet has a sign around his or her neck that says, “Make me feel important.” Not only will you succeed in sales, you will succeed in life. – Mary Kay Ash

6590. Sandwich every bit of criticism between two layers of praise. – Mary Kay Ash

6591. So many women just don’t know how great they really are. They come to us all vogue outside and vague on the inside. – Mary Kay Ash

6592. The speed of the leader is the speed of the gang. – Mary Kay Ash

6593. There are two things people want more than sex and money… recognition and praise. – Mary Kay Ash

6594. We fall forward to succeed. – Mary Kay Ash

6595. You can have anything in this world you want, if you want it badly enough and you’re willing to pay the price. – Mary Kay Ash

6596. Those who are blessed with the most talent don’t necessarily outperform everyone else. It’s the people with follow-through who excel. – Mary Kay Ash

6597. We treat our people like royalty. If you honor and serve the people who work for you, they will honor and serve you. – Mary Kay Ash

6598. We must have a theme, a goal, a purpose in our lives. If you don’t know where you’re aiming, you don’t have a goal. My goal is to live my life in such a way that when I die, someone can say, she cared. – Mary Kay Ash

6599. Every silver lining has a cloud. – Mary Kay Ash

6600. Everyone has an invisible sign hanging from their neck saying, ‘Make me feel important.’ Never forget this message when working with people. – Mary Kay Ash

6601. Everyone wants to be appreciated, so if you appreciate someone, don’t keep it a secret. – Mary Kay Ash

6602. One thing, however, I know with certainty: violence, or the direct threat of violence, of the kind we have seen in the past few days, is totally unjustified as a response to any published word or image. – Timothy Garton Ash

6603. That said, the question remains: how to strike the balance between free speech and mutual respect in this mixed-up world, both blessed and cursed with instant communication? We should not fight fire with fire, threats with threats. – Timothy Garton Ash

6604. The key to the survival of liberty in the modern world is the embrace of multiple identities. – Timothy Garton Ash

6605. To be in Florence is to reflect on Europe’s intricate diversity – and its lost creativity. – Timothy Garton Ash

6606. Yet another thing Canadians and Europeans have in common is an obsession with the United States, and with distinguishing themselves from it, often by crude stereotyping. – Timothy Garton Ash

6607. Nuclear proliferation – the proliferation of WMDs altogether – is one of the greatest dangers of our time. – Timothy Garton Ash

6608. No country in Europe has a larger proportion of men and women of immigrant descent, mainly from the African continent and mainly Muslim: an estimated six to seven million of them, or more than 10% of the population. – Timothy Garton Ash

6609. I love this country, but the union jack leaves me cold. – Timothy Garton Ash

6610. I have also been saddened, though hardly surprised, by the weakness of the EU’s reaction to the criminal attack on the Danish embassy in Syria, which seems to have been permitted, if not actively encouraged, by the Syrian regime. – Timothy Garton Ash

6611. Developments in information technology and globalised media mean that the most powerful military in the history of the world can lose a war, not on the battlefield of dust and blood, but on the battlefield of world opinion. – Timothy Garton Ash

6612. Canadians tend to be a bit more religious than most Europeans – though not more than the Poles or Ukrainians. Most important, their attitude to immigration and ethnic minorities is more positive than that of most Europeans. – Timothy Garton Ash

6613. But transitions from the politics of violence to democratic compromise are always messy. – Timothy Garton Ash

6614. After saying yes to Turkey, the EU is having difficulty finding clear and consistent grounds for saying no to other, still more remote candidates – but being in the general vicinity of Europe does seem to be a continuing requirement. – Timothy Garton Ash

6615. A central claim of the Bush administration’s foreign policy is that the spread of democracy in the Middle East is the cure for terrorism. – Timothy Garton Ash

6616. I write with experiences in mind, but I don’t write about them, I write out of them. – John Ashbery

6617. The poem is sad because it wants to be yours, and cannot be. – John Ashbery

6618. I like poems you can tack all over with a hammer and there are no hollow places. – John Ashbery

6619. I don’t look on poetry as closed works. I feel they’re going on all the time in my head and I occasionally snip off a length. – John Ashbery

6620. There is the view that poetry should improve your life. I think people confuse it with the Salvation Army. – John Ashbery

6621. I’m flattered that so many baseball people think I’m a Hall of Famer. But what’s hard to believe is how one-hundred and fifty plus people have changed their minds about me since I became eligible, because I haven’t had a base hit since then. – Richie Ashburn

6622. I wish I’d known early what I had to learn late. – Richie Ashburn

6623. To cure a batting slump, I took my bat to bed with me. I wanted to know my bat a little better. – Richie Ashburn

6624. We have to think outside the box, inside the Constitution, find ways to do things that will elevate our security, reduce the risk of the incidence of terrorist attack. – John Ashcroft

6625. Reasonable regulations regarding the ownership of weapons are appropriate. – John Ashcroft

6626. What we learned on September 11 is that the unthinkable is now thinkable in the world. – John Ashcroft

6627. We’ve got to understand that the whole nature of the way American democracy guards its freedom has been changed. – John Ashcroft

6628. We’ve got a major problem in our culture, as it relates to the Internet and pornography and child pornography. – John Ashcroft

6629. We need to strengthen our analytic capacity in Washington, we need to centralize the anti-terrorism effort. – John Ashcroft

6630. Prior to September 11, we thought the world beyond our shores was one world of risk and the world in our continent was another world of risk. – John Ashcroft

6631. Agents need to be free to pursue investigations in ways that they haven’t. There have been restraints that a reformed FBI needs to make sure we don’t impose. – John Ashcroft

6632. All of us want to have meaning in our lives and want to feel like we’re doing something that makes a difference. I believe we’re doing that in the Justice Department. – John Ashcroft

6633. An FBI agent ought to be able to surf the net and look for sites that instruct people how to make bombs. – John Ashcroft

6634. I don’t play full court anymore. I just play half-court. – John Ashcroft

6635. If necessity is the mother of invention, it’s the father of cooperation. And we’re cooperating like never before. – John Ashcroft

6636. It doesn’t help to wait until something happens and then prosecute the offenders, especially if it’s the idea of the offender to extinguish himself in the commission of the crime. – John Ashcroft

6637. It’s a different world. – John Ashcroft

6638. Nothing remains great without a capacity to change and to accommodate the conditions of a changing world. – John Ashcroft

6639. The FBI. is a massive culture. It’s been a culture that served America well, and it’s been focused on prosecution. But what we need in terms of terrorism is prevention. – John Ashcroft

6640. People who commit crimes should be responsible for those crimes. It doesn’t matter whether they’re priests or ministers or atheists. – John Ashcroft

6641. There is no priority higher than the prevention of terrorism. – John Ashcroft

6642. The FBI has long been a part of the security for the nation’s banks because bank robberies have been a priority. – John Ashcroft

6643. The Internet provides very serious challenges to our ability to keep from children the kinds of things that are destructive to them. – John Ashcroft

6644. The liberties and freedoms which we hold dear and we recognize and cherish and respect guide the way we gather information in the United States. – John Ashcroft

6645. The new rule says that the FBI has the right to go to public places on the same terms and conditions as other members of the public for counter-terrorism purposes. – John Ashcroft

6646. The path we have chosen is constitutional. – John Ashcroft

6647. The Patriot Act allows and provides a basis for an exchange of information. – John Ashcroft

6648. The way the terrorist is trained to operate, especially the suicide terrorists, makes punishment and the threat of punishment far less valuable to those who would prevent the crime. – John Ashcroft

6649. The worst mistake a boss can make is not to say ‘well done’. – John Ashcroft

6650. Nothing that we have authorized conflicts with any law regarding privacy or any provision of the constitution. – John Ashcroft

6651. It was a superb agreement to end a war, but a very bad agreement to make a state. From now on, we have to part company with Dayton and try to build a modern democratic state, for which I have tried to lay the foundations. – Paddy Ashdown

6652. We have to make their livelihoods viable, get them the proper prices for their produce, try and make them stay rather than sell their property and leave again. – Paddy Ashdown

6653. What my future will not be is active politics in the Liberal Democrat party. – Paddy Ashdown

6654. We who came here saw what was happening. This was far more than a war in a faraway place. This was a moral imperative, a terrible vision of the future. – Paddy Ashdown

6655. I’ve had much nastier things said about me in the British press than in the Bosnian press. – Paddy Ashdown

6656. We have invented a new human right here – the right to return home after a war. – Paddy Ashdown

6657. Politics is about putting yourself in a state of grace. – Paddy Ashdown

6658. People do not want politicians they know to be corrupt. – Paddy Ashdown

6659. My second job has been to try to use my power to create institutions of a modern state that could enter the European Union, and there was very little time. The door was closing, and I wanted to get Bosnia through before it shut. – Paddy Ashdown

6660. Maybe it’s legitimate criticism, though it can be hurtful. Maybe I haven’t paid sufficient attention to the people with whom I would have a natural affinity as a liberal, and they feel let down by that. – Paddy Ashdown

6661. It would be a foolish high representative who worked that way. – Paddy Ashdown

6662. It works both ways: there are victims of tragedy who come to me who have experienced grief of such magnitude that they cannot reconcile. Likewise, I cannot change the mentality of those who committed the crimes or the fools who followed them. – Paddy Ashdown

6663. I was told there would be riots in the streets, but there were no riots. – Paddy Ashdown

6664. I love this country, I love these people, though I can’t say I love their politicians. People are always nicer than politicians, but here, you can mark that difference up a hundredfold. – Paddy Ashdown

6665. Politics is compromise. – Paddy Ashdown

6666. The greatest failure is that although we have created institutions, we have not created a civil society. – Paddy Ashdown

6667. It’s not my job to be popular. I’m goal-driven; my job is to get results. – Paddy Ashdown

6668. The generous way of putting it is that we were not ready for this. The less generous way is to say: How was it possible to return to the politics of appeasement of the 1930s? – Paddy Ashdown

6669. I don’t think Bosnia is ready for reconciliation, but I do think it is ready for truth. – Paddy Ashdown

6670. Bosnia is under my skin. It’s the place you cannot leave behind. I was obsessed by the nightmare of it all; there was this sense of guilt, and an anger that has become something much deeper over these last years. – Paddy Ashdown

6671. I am formally accountable to the steering board of the PIC, and I meet with nine ambassadors from the PIC every week. I have to have the capitals’ broad agreement with what I do. – Paddy Ashdown

6672. I am here because I think it was a terrible sin of the west to allow those years of war. – Paddy Ashdown

6673. I can create institutions, but I can’t rewrite the chips in people’s heads. – Paddy Ashdown

6674. I can establish the expectation of retributive justice. Have we done that? No. – Paddy Ashdown

6675. The ideal attitude is to be physically loose and mentally tight. – Arthur Ashe

6676. You learn about equality in history and civics, but you find out life is not really like that. – Arthur Ashe

6677. When we were together, I loved you deeply and you gave me so much happiness I can never repay you. – Arthur Ashe

6678. When bright young minds can’t afford college, America pays the price. – Arthur Ashe

6679. We must reach out our hand in friendship and dignity both to those who would befriend us and those who would be our enemy. – Arthur Ashe

6680. We must believe in the power of education. We must respect just laws. We must love ourselves, our old and or young, our women as well as our men. – Arthur Ashe

6681. You’ve got to get to the stage in life where going for it is more important than winning or losing. – Arthur Ashe

6682. I keep sailing on in this middle passage. I am sailing into the wind and the dark. But I am doing my best to keep my boat steady and my sails full. – Arthur Ashe

6683. A wise person decides slowly but abides by these decisions. – Arthur Ashe

6684. Clothes and manners do not make the man; but when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance. – Arthur Ashe

6685. Do not feel sorry for me if I am gone. – Arthur Ashe

6686. From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life. – Arthur Ashe

6687. I accepted the face that as much as I want to lead others, and love to be around other people, in some essential way, I am something of a loner. – Arthur Ashe

6688. I don’t care who you are, you’re going to choke in certain matches. You get to a point where your legs don’t move and you can’t take a deep breath. You start to hit the ball about a yard wide, instead of inches. – Arthur Ashe

6689. I don’t want to be remembered for my tennis accomplishments. – Arthur Ashe

6690. I guess I started too early because I just thought it was something fun to do. – Arthur Ashe

6691. I have always drawn strength from being close to home. – Arthur Ashe

6692. True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost. – Arthur Ashe

6693. I have tried to keep on with my striving because this is the only hope I have of ever achieving anything worthwhile and lasting. – Arthur Ashe

6694. Trust has to be earned, and should come only after the passage of time. – Arthur Ashe

6695. I may not be walking with you all the way, or even much of the way, as I walk with you now. – Arthur Ashe

6696. If I were to say, “God, why me?” about the bad things, then I should have said, “God, why me?” about the good things that happened in my life. – Arthur Ashe

6697. If you’re paid before you walk on the court, what’s the point in playing as if your life depended on it? – Arthur Ashe

6698. Later, I discovered there was a lot of work to being good in tennis. – Arthur Ashe

6699. Let me put it this way: I think Republicans tend to keep the ball in play, Democrats go for broke. – Arthur Ashe

6700. My potential is more than can be expressed within the bounds of my race or ethnic identity. – Arthur Ashe

6701. One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation. – Arthur Ashe

6702. Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. – Arthur Ashe

6703. Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome. – Arthur Ashe

6704. There is a syndrome in sports called “paralysis by analysis.” – Arthur Ashe

6705. I enjoy the crafts on the show enormously, too, when we have experts in showing how to make things. You watch them thinking you’ll go home and do the things yourself, which is fun. Some I have done myself later on. – Jane Asher

6706. We get a lot of overseas people wanting to order cakes. – Jane Asher

6707. Having cakes as a business certainly changes things for me – I don’t now sit at home doing a cake for the fun of it anymore. But it’s an extremely happy and pleasureable business to run because people are generally buying cakes for celebrations. – Jane Asher

6708. I think all good writing is a struggle. To write as well as you feel you can has to be a struggle, almost by definition, because you could always improve. – Jane Asher

6709. I look at myself objectively and in a way I see myself as a commodity. Your name becomes somehow outside yourself. Now, when I’m at home being Mrs. Scarfe, that’s when I’m most myself. – Jane Asher

6710. I think one wants lots of different lives. – Jane Asher

6711. Of all the things I do, acting is the thing that grabs most, but there’s another level on which it strikes me as being a little silly. In the end you’re dressing up and deciding to be somebody. – Jane Asher

6712. There’s also something of an illusion in that, you can perhaps record a TV thing one month and complete a book the next and then be in a play. Then, if they all come out at once, it looks as if you’re actually juggling a million things. – Jane Asher

6713. Acting has been very useful to me. – Jane Asher

6714. I have very much enjoyed being in the music business in different roles through five different decades. – Peter Asher

6715. Paul and I don’t see that much of each other these days, but I certainly still regard him as a friend. – Peter Asher

6716. Shows were very different then – even as the headliner we did a very short set by today’s standards and sound systems were really primitive. But the girls made it all worthwhile! – Peter Asher

6717. The best music of any era lasts well, I think. – Peter Asher

6718. Well, for the reasons I mention above, although I am not sure the live shows were really so brilliant – but nobody could hear much so perhaps it did not matter! It was certainly a very exciting time for us all. – Peter Asher

6719. Well, in the sense that we do not tour or record together anymore – then I suppose not. But if our old recordings get heard more we shall be delighted. – Peter Asher

6720. I am still working with music, but Gordon and I no longer perform together. – Peter Asher

6721. Bernard always had a few prayers in the hall and some whiskey afterwards as he was rather pious. – Daisy Ashford

6722. You look rather rash my dear your colors don’t quite match your face. – Daisy Ashford

6723. Her name was called Lady Helena Herring and her age was 25 and she mated well with the earl. – Daisy Ashford

6724. My own idea is that these things are as piffle before the wind. – Daisy Ashford

6725. Whatever muscles I have are the product of my own hard work and nothing else. – Evelyn Ashford

6726. I can feel the wind go by when I run. It feels good. It feels fast. – Evelyn Ashford

6727. You have to be awake at 6 a.m., when everyone else is asleep. – Matthew Ashford

6728. Actors worry about bad breath, weight, receding hairlines and why their leading lady looks like their daughter. – Matthew Ashford

6729. For me, the joy of doing it is doodling when I want to. But if I had to do it, I’d lose the joy. – Matthew Ashford

6730. I had not picked up a tennis racket in 15 years, so I tried. – Matthew Ashford

6731. I think having eight kids evens things out a bit. You learn about the world; you learn about the world; you learn you’ve got to get along. We’re all – if anything – very adjustable. – Matthew Ashford

6732. I draw whatever hits me. – Matthew Ashford

6733. All the writers and producers around us that gave us the environment where we could play. They were able to provide us with a place where we could take chances to play with things, go against the grain and do things that people don’t always do. – Matthew Ashford

6734. I played a lot of character parts in school. – Matthew Ashford

6735. After doing this, going away, trying other things and working on other shows, this character, and working within Days of Our Lives, has been one of the most enjoyable experiences in my career. – Matthew Ashford

6736. Cartoons have always been an enjoyment to me… a relaxation… I get my ideas from everyday events. – Matthew Ashford

6737. When I draw a character, very often as I’m doing a face, my face mirrors the expression. – Matthew Ashford

6738. What’s the point of being negative or fearful? We can’t control it. – Matthew Ashford

6739. The fact is, it was a big show. We were a part of that show. Everybody watches for different reasons. There were some people who were tuning in that day to see what was going on with other characters. – Matthew Ashford

6740. Obviously, you check tht she’s safe, she’s clean, got all the fingers and toes, like that’s going to help them through life. It’ll help them walk, but you can’t pull them out and check their IQ or anything. – Matthew Ashford

6741. Melissa and I have the best working relationship, and we feel that Jack and Jennifer have so much more to do. – Matthew Ashford

6742. It’s very easy for me to laugh at myself and laugh at life. – Matthew Ashford

6743. It’s a rare thing to find somebody you can work with, work off of, and have fun with. – Matthew Ashford

6744. It ended up being a very good thing, because they finally started writing for the character, and I realized that you have to go to work with a purpose. I learned from the experience and then moved on. – Matthew Ashford

6745. It confirms for me that we did something on Days that meant something. We had our ups and downs, but Missy and I and some of the other actors, created something that was really memorable. – Matthew Ashford

6746. I was prepared for the theatre, but not for the nuts and bolts. – Matthew Ashford

6747. I don’t know if Jim was a major part of that or not. He is one of a small group of real storytellers. He has enormous imagination and ability to write. I’m glad he’s coming back. It’s going to be good for the show. – Matthew Ashford

6748. In a great romance, each person basically plays a part that the other really likes. – Elizabeth Ashley

6749. The only thing I like about being an actress is acting. – Elizabeth Ashley

6750. Absence does not make the heart grow fonder, but it sure heats up the blood. – Elizabeth Ashley

6751. We don’t want to push our ideas on to customers, we simply want to make what they want. – Laura Ashley

6752. I think that by and large chess players have been very kind. Like I said there have been a few incidents, but they certainly didn’t serve to bring me down any. – Maurice Ashley

6753. His tenacity is unmatched in my opinion. Incredible how someone could have suffered that long and come back out of prison with such a good heart and positive things to say and do. – Maurice Ashley

6754. He actually came up to me and we started speaking. And from that conversation we were able to come to a meeting of the minds and it seemed as if it was clear to me that he wanted to do similar things to what I wanted to do. – Maurice Ashley

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6755. Well, I’m still looking for Maurice Ashley. My essential qualities. I think that more than anything, I try to do the right thing, I think about doing the right thing. – Maurice Ashley

6756. I see myself more as an ambassador of the game. And I hope to bring chess to a higher level in the United States. Making bigger tournaments, more interesting events. Making it a respectable profession for young people to be able to pursue in the future. – Maurice Ashley

6757. I let my game do the talking. I’ve had incidents like that but when I compare my own story to the stories that have happened forty or fifty years ago particularly to Jackie Robinson for example. – Maurice Ashley

6758. I have to say that I got off very easy. There were incidents. – Maurice Ashley

6759. I was interested in opera and it seemed to me that the only possible theatre for contemporary opera would be television. So I started working towards a kind of television kind of opera. – Robert Ashley

6760. Do not rely on unplanned music; it comes out as though it were planned, but planned by someone you cross the street to avoid. – Robert Ashley

6761. We continued to move forward without loss of time, hoping to be able to reach the wood described by the Indians before all our horses should become exhausted. – William Henry Ashley

6762. We remained at our encampment of this day until the morning of the 7th, when we descended ten miles lower down and encamped on a spot of ground where several thousand Indians had wintered during the past season. – William Henry Ashley

6763. On my passage thither, I discovered nothing remarkable in the features of the country. – William Henry Ashley

6764. After an unremitting and severe labour of two days, we returned to our old encampment with the loss of some of my horses, and my men excessively fatigued. – William Henry Ashley

6765. After the departure of the land parties, I embarked with six men on thursday, the 21st april, on board my newly made boat and began the descent of the river. – William Henry Ashley

6766. As my men could profitably employ themselves on these streams, I moved slowly along, averaging not more than five or six miles per day and sometimes remained two days at the same encampment. – William Henry Ashley

6767. Having now reached a point where danger might be reasonably apprehended from strolling war parties of Indians, spies were kept in advance and strict diligence observed in the duty of sentinels. – William Henry Ashley

6768. I had the Big Horn river explored from Wind River mountain to my place of embarkation. – William Henry Ashley

6769. We were therefore obliged to unload our boats of their cargoes and pass them empty over the falls by means of long cords which we had provided for such purposes. – William Henry Ashley

6770. Many of their lodges remained as perfect as when occupied. They were made of poles two or three inches in diameter, set up in circular form, and covered with cedar bark. – William Henry Ashley

6771. They urged me to take up winter quarters at the forks of the Platt, stating that if I attempted to advance further until spring, I would endanger the lives of my whole party. – William Henry Ashley

6772. Several speeches were made by the chiefs during the council, all expressive in the highest degree of their friendly disposition towards our government, and their conduct in every particular manifested the sincerity of their declarations. – William Henry Ashley

6773. These mountains appear to be almost entirely composed of stratas of rock of various colours (mostly red) and are partially covered with a dwarfish growth of pine and cedar, which are the only species of timber to be seen. – William Henry Ashley

6774. Some of them profess to be well acquainted with all the principal waters of the Columbia, with which they assured me these waters had no connection short of the ocean. – William Henry Ashley

6775. The only very rugged part of the route is in crossing the Big Horn mountain, which is about 30 miles wide. – William Henry Ashley

6776. The principal or highest part of the mountain having changed its direction to east and west, I ascended it in such manner as to leave its most elevated ranges to the south and travelled north west over a very rough and broken country generally covered with snow. – William Henry Ashley

6777. The snow continues with high winds we remain at this camp to day in consequence of the weather. – William Henry Ashley

6778. The weather was fine, the valleys literally covered with buffaloe, and everything seemed to promise a safe and speedy movement to the first grove of timber on my route, supposed to be about ten days’ march. – William Henry Ashley

6779. The Yellowstone river is a beautiful river to navigate. – William Henry Ashley

6780. Snow is so common that I have omitted to note its falling at least two days out of Three. – William Henry Ashley

6781. These people were well dressed in skins, had some guns, but armed generally with bows and arrows and such other instruments of war as are common among the Indians of the Missouri. – William Henry Ashley

6782. It appears from Mr. Smith’s account that there is no scarcity of buffalo as he penetrated the country. – William Henry Ashley

6783. The genre of fantasy is about magic and occult characters. – Shawn Ashmore

6784. The real excitement and big deal for me started when I got cast in the first X-Men, which was sort of a fluke. – Shawn Ashmore

6785. There are rumors, rumors, rumors. I’m always the last one to know about these things, literally. – Shawn Ashmore

6786. Ultimately, I think it’s just going to get you that exposure, get you in that door, get you that recognition that will hopefully get you opportunities. – Shawn Ashmore

6787. Why would people spend good money to have my pants? – Shawn Ashmore

6788. So it wasn’t actually that bad, it took a couple of weeks to sort of get used to uh, you know, standing around and pretending to have ice shoot out of your hand, but once you got used to that it uh, it was actually not that hard. – Shawn Ashmore

6789. You get bored if you do the same thing too much. – Shawn Ashmore

6790. I just got Kill Bill: Vol. 2. I’ve watched it like eight times in the past two months. I just love the scene at the end between David Carradine and Uma Thurman. – Shawn Ashmore

6791. I’m 25, so I’ve already gone through what my character Ged goes through, though it’s on a general scale because I haven’t studied at a wizard’s school. – Shawn Ashmore

6792. I would love to be able to pursue music as a career but honestly, I’m just not good enough. – Shawn Ashmore

6793. Some people talk about screen kisses being strange or uncomfortable. But I think that I got along with Anna well enough that it just happened; it was a fun day of shooting. – Shawn Ashmore

6794. I think it is important that you care about the characters, and you are not just waiting for the next action sequence but have a vested interested in what happens to them. – Shawn Ashmore

6795. Style is a reflection of your attitude and your personality. – Shawn Ashmore

6796. I’m a video game buff. – Shawn Ashmore

6797. I never could have planned this, and now I’m in my ideal situation career-wise and just sort of where I am in my life, and I’m super happy with how everything’s going. – Shawn Ashmore

6798. I think it’s more fun to play a hero with an edge. – Shawn Ashmore

6799. Getting to play superheros is a pretty good job. – Shawn Ashmore

6800. Every day on set, there was something to watch and learn. – Shawn Ashmore

6801. Comic books and The Chronicles of Narnia. My mother used to read those to me and my twin brother growing up. – Shawn Ashmore

6802. Being a villain is great, even though I’ve only gotten to do it a few times. – Shawn Ashmore

6803. As a teenager at high school, I felt like an outsider. – Shawn Ashmore

6804. Above and beyond having the social life, to have a core group of people that you work with and spend time with and learn how to work with is a nice thing. – Shawn Ashmore

6805. I read the comics long before I was ever involved with the films. – Shawn Ashmore

6806. My power is the ability to control water molecules and form them into ice. – Shawn Ashmore

6807. Playing a character who’s dealing not only with a superpower but having a normal relationship is easy to associate with, because I feel that everyone has been through it. – Shawn Ashmore

6808. Our first scene is sort of a reunion between the X-Men characters, which establishes everyone’s relationship to one another, sort of like a recap for all those who have forgotten since the last movie. – Shawn Ashmore

6809. I think Ian McKellen made it all happen, because he used to throw dinner parties and invite everyone over. – Shawn Ashmore

6810. No designer has really wowed me yet, I’m into other people’s recommendations when it comes to fashion. – Shawn Ashmore

6811. Lord of the Rings is a good thing for us because it opened the door for the genre in general. Le Guin’s stories are very different from Lord of the Rings. – Shawn Ashmore

6812. It doesn’t get more iconic than Terry Fox. – Shawn Ashmore

6813. Instead of being on teams at school, I was preparing for auditions. – Shawn Ashmore

6814. Pleasure usually takes the form of me and now; joy is us and always. – Marvin J. Ashton

6815. Give no time to finding fault of criticism. – Marvin J. Ashton

6816. I am inclined to think that eating is a private thing and should be done alone, like other bodily functions. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6817. I am my own Universe, I my own Professor. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6818. I’ve got to relearn what I was supposed to have learned. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6819. When I teach people, I marry them. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6820. Love has the quality of informing almost everything – even one’s work. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6821. The truth is that I am enslaved… in one vast love affair with 70 children. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6822. As the blackness of the night recedes so does the nadir of yesterday. The child I am forgets so quickly. – Sylvia Ashton-Warner

6823. When I have to choose between voting for the people or the special interests, I always stick with the special interests. They remember. The people forget. – Henry F. Ashurst

6824. No man is fit to be a Senator… unless he is willing to surrender his political life for great principle. – Henry F. Ashurst

6825. Creationists make it sound as though a ‘theory’ is something you dreamt up after being drunk all night. – Isaac Asimov

6826. Suppose that we are wise enough to learn and know – and yet not wise enough to control our learning and knowledge, so that we use it to destroy ourselves? Even if that is so, knowledge remains better than ignorance. – Isaac Asimov

6827. When I read about the way in which library funds are being cut and cut, I can only think that American society has found one more way to destroy itself. – Isaac Asimov

6828. Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. – Isaac Asimov

6829. To surrender to ignorance and call it God has always been premature, and it remains premature today. – Isaac Asimov

6830. To insult someone we call him “bestial.” For deliberate cruelty and nature, “human” might be the greater insult. – Isaac Asimov

6831. Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do. – Isaac Asimov

6832. There is a single light of science, and to brighten it anywhere is to brighten it everywhere. – Isaac Asimov

6833. The true delight is in the finding out rather than in the knowing. – Isaac Asimov

6834. The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom. – Isaac Asimov

6835. The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not ‘Eureka!’ but ‘That’s funny…’ – Isaac Asimov

6836. Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers. – Isaac Asimov

6837. Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is. – Isaac Asimov

6838. Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today – but the core of science fiction, its essence has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all. – Isaac Asimov

6839. If knowledge can create problems, it is not through ignorance that we can solve them. – Isaac Asimov

6840. It is change, continuing change, inevitable change, that is the dominant factor in society today. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be. – Isaac Asimov

6841. I write for the same reason I breathe – because if I didn’t, I would die. – Isaac Asimov

6842. And above all things, never think that you’re not good enough yourself. A man should never think that. My belief is that in life people will take you at your own reckoning. – Isaac Asimov

6843. I don’t believe in personal immortality; the only way I expect to have some version of such a thing is through my books. – Isaac Asimov

6844. I don’t believe in an afterlife, so I don’t have to spend my whole life fearing hell, or fearing heaven even more. For whatever the tortures of hell, I think the boredom of heaven would be even worse. – Isaac Asimov

6845. I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them. – Isaac Asimov

6846. I am not a speed reader. I am a speed understander. – Isaac Asimov

6847. Humanity has the stars in its future, and that future is too important to be lost under the burden of juvenile folly and ignorant superstition. – Isaac Asimov

6848. He had read much, if one considers his long life; but his contemplation was much more than his reading. He was wont to say that if he had read as much as other men he should have known no more than other men. – Isaac Asimov

6849. A subtle thought that is in error may yet give rise to fruitful inquiry that can establish truths of great value. – Isaac Asimov

6850. If my doctor told me I had only six minutes to live, I wouldn’t brood. I’d type a little faster. – Isaac Asimov

6851. All sorts of computer errors are now turning up. You’d be surprised to know the number of doctors who claim they are treating pregnant men. – Isaac Asimov

6852. From my close observation of writers… they fall into two groups: 1) those who bleed copiously and visibly at any bad review, and 2) those who bleed copiously and secretly at any bad review. – Isaac Asimov

6853. It is not only the living who are killed in war. – Isaac Asimov

6854. It pays to be obvious, especially if you have a reputation for subtlety. – Isaac Asimov

6855. It takes more than capital to swing business. You’ve got to have the A. I. D. degree to get by – Advertising, Initiative, and Dynamics. – Isaac Asimov

6856. John Dalton’s records, carefully preserved for a century, were destroyed during the World War II bombing of Manchester. It is not only the living who are killed in war. – Isaac Asimov

6857. Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome. – Isaac Asimov

6858. Meanwhile, fears of universal disaster sank to an all time low over the world. – Isaac Asimov

6859. Never let your sense of morals get in the way of doing what’s right. – Isaac Asimov

6860. No sensible decision can be made any longer without taking into account not only the world as it is, but the world as it will be. – Isaac Asimov

6861. Part of the inhumanity of the computer is that, once it is competently programmed and working smoothly, it is completely honest. – Isaac Asimov

6862. People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do. – Isaac Asimov

6863. Science fiction writers foresee the inevitable, and although problems and catastrophes may be inevitable, solutions are not. – Isaac Asimov

6864. Dalton’s records, carefully preserved for a century, were destroyed during the World War II bombing of Manchester. It is not only the living who are killed in war. – Isaac Asimov

6865. It was one of the great chances in my life to become a Dumont actor. – Leon Askin

6866. We wanted to bring the political situation in Austria on stage. Naturally we could not do that without pointing to Austrian’s northern neighbor Germany. – Leon Askin

6867. Unfortunately I put the opening date on the 5th of December 1941 and on the 7th of December the Japanese bombarded Pearl Harbour. My dream of a theater in Washington D.C. came to a prompt end. – Leon Askin

6868. To be a Dumont actor was considered to be a great honor for an actor, yet it also had its disadvantages. – Leon Askin

6869. My father was an ardent socialist for many years. – Leon Askin

6870. It is a great deal of difference to receive an honorary title or a title in his profession. – Leon Askin

6871. In the morning we received some very thin coffee. For lunch we had potato soup with a few pieces of meat in it, in the evening we had a very thin meat soup with some potatoes in it. – Leon Askin

6872. I was put in the Air Corps. I was never educated to serve in the military, but soon my activities in the American Air Corps became very interesting to me. – Leon Askin

6873. From that moment on I knew my profession in life was and has remained until today an actor’s life. – Leon Askin

6874. Especially for my father it was a great change. He used to be a socialist and even a member of the socialist party. But then he became an orthodox Jew. – Leon Askin

6875. Directors and producers were afraid of a Dumont actor while at the same time they admired him. – Leon Askin

6876. At the end of my life, I have achieved belated fame and recognition in the city of my birth. – Leon Askin

6877. A Dumont actor was considered to be too stilted – the way we Dumont actors used to speak. – Leon Askin

6878. 1988 I also received from the city of Vienna the cross of honour for art and science. These titles and the various honors mean a great deal to me, most of all for the reason that they would mean a great deal to my parents too. – Leon Askin

6879. The interest of my mother was more in the entertainment field. She loved to go to concerts and to the theatre. – Leon Askin

6880. Raising kids is part joy and part guerilla warfare. – Ed Asner

6881. They’re sheep. They like Bush enough to credit him with saving the nation after 9/11. Three thousand people get killed, and everybody thinks they’re next on the list. The president comes along, and he’s got his six-guns strapped on, and people think he’s going to save them. – Ed Asner

6882. I pray that this council, which will probably be too late to save Iraq, will do what it can, which will be immeasurably strong in what it does in trying to save our democracy. – Ed Asner

6883. I like smart, funny, self-deprecating men. – Jules Asner

6884. I have an engagement ring, which is my favorite accessory. – Jules Asner

6885. I hardly wear any makeup. – Jules Asner

6886. I can’t stand accessories. – Jules Asner

6887. You see these shuffling rows of shiny faces, waiting for their turn, so they’re very dedicated to the program and desperate to know what it is they’ve got – so often, they have no idea. – Michael Aspel

6888. What I will learn over the years will be of benefit and interest to me personally but, as far as the program is concerned, I’m the mouthpiece of the viewers as well. – Michael Aspel

6889. One of the experts bought his first piece at the age of four, so they did start very young, most of them. They did it out of genuine interest but today’s kids are much more materialistic and there’s a danger, I suppose, that they might just be out to make dosh. – Michael Aspel

6890. It’s nice to witness these discoveries at first hand. – Michael Aspel

6891. It’s like taking over This Is Your Life from Eamonn Andrews – you just open your mouth and hope you sound like yourself. That’s all you can possibly do. – Michael Aspel

6892. I’m more nervous about doing this than anything I’ve ever done before, because it is so prestigious. – Michael Aspel

6893. I still buy nice pieces but, at the moment, they’re presents for other people, so I only collect vicariously. – Michael Aspel

6894. An astounding thing is that, almost every single week, I have met someone from my past. – Michael Aspel

6895. There’s a certain amount of sympathy here for the Bush administration’s problem, which is they would like to get rid of Saddam Hussein and they would like to have the Kurds autonomous. – Les Aspin

6896. Before we give you billions more, we want to know what you’ve done with the trillion you’ve got. – Les Aspin

6897. Long-term, we must figure out a way that the Kurdish territory within Iraq operates with a certain amount of autonomy so that they feel comfortable and safe going back. – Les Aspin

6898. That was not part of the U.N. resolution; it was not part of the mandate to go on to Baghdad and, frankly, if we had gone into Baghdad and pushed Saddam Hussein off, we would have inherited an even bigger mess than the mess we inherited with the refugee problem. – Les Aspin

6899. We ought to be providing protective sanctuaries for the Kurdish rebels. That means finding some places where they can come and to which we will then be able to provide food and water and medical help. – Les Aspin

6900. We should have done more damage to the Iraqi forces before they withdrew from the Kuwaiti theater. – Les Aspin

6901. I would be very happy to see 3.5 billion humans wiped out from the face of the earth within the next 150 or 200 years and I am quite prepared to go myself with this majority… let us all look forward to the day when the catastrophe strikes us down! – John Aspinall

6902. The basic story for the opener is that word came through the bar that someone got knifed and killed up on the Moon Walk. It turns out to be one of the quarter regulars that everybody knows, including Maestro and Bone. – Robert Asprin

6903. Between you and me, I think that may be one of the things that will help with the collaboration, because there are things Eric thinks I’m moving too quickly on, and there are things I think he’s dragging out. When it gets to the editor they can arbitrate. – Robert Asprin

6904. New Orleans life is such a night life. The thing that comes up very often is that our day essentially doesn’t start until midnight or 2 in the morning. – Robert Asprin

6905. We’re kidding on that. One of the things I insisted upon when we went into this project was that we are full partners, going fifty-fifty, both on the money and on the say of what’s going on with the books. – Robert Asprin

6906. Writing that’s not working for a living. – Robert Asprin

6907. It’s interesting that instead of having to get tighter and more restricted for a collaboration, strangely enough, from the beginning, we’ve actually been more confident that we could handle this. – Robert Asprin

6908. Rich men’s houses are seldom beautiful, rarely comfortable, and never original. It is a constant source of surprise to people of moderate means to observe how little a big fortune contributes to Beauty. – Margot Asquith

6909. It is always dangerous to generalize, but the American people, while infinitely generous, are a hard and strong race and, but for the few cemeteries I have seen, I am inclined to think they never die. – Margot Asquith

6910. It is easier to influence strong than weak characters in life. – Margot Asquith

6911. Lord Birkenhead is very clever but sometimes his brains go to his head. – Margot Asquith

6912. He could not see a belt without hitting below it. – Margot Asquith

6913. She tells enough white lies to ice a wedding cake. – Margot Asquith

6914. Symbols are the imaginative signposts of life. – Margot Asquith

6915. The capacity to suffer varies more than anything that I have observed in human nature. – Margot Asquith

6916. What a pity, when Christopher Columbus discovered America, that he ever mentioned it. – Margot Asquith

6917. His modesty amounts to deformity. – Margot Asquith

6918. He’s very clever, but sometimes his brains go to his head. – Margot Asquith

6919. He has a brilliant mind until he makes it up. – Margot Asquith

6920. From the happy expression on their faces you might have supposed that they welcomed the war. I have met with men who loved stamps, and stones, and snakes, but I could not imagine any man loving war. – Margot Asquith

6921. Without forgiveness life is governed by… an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation. – Roberto Assagioli

6922. There is no certainty; there is only adventure. – Roberto Assagioli

6923. We released 400,000 classified documents, the most extraordinary history of a war to ever have been released in our civilization. Those documents cover 109,000 deaths. That is serious matter. – Julian Assange

6924. WikiLeaks is designed to make capitalism more free and ethical. – Julian Assange

6925. Wikileaks is a mechanism to maximize the flow of information to maximize the amount of action leading to just reform. – Julian Assange

6926. When it comes to the point where you occasionally look forward to being in prison on the basis that you might be able to spend a day reading a book, the realization dawns that perhaps the situation has become a little more stressful than you would like. – Julian Assange

6927. What is the possible benefit? Can this material save lives? Can it improve the quality of life in Iraq? Can it tend to shape our perceptions of how war should and should not be conducted? Can it shape our perceptions of who should be conducting war and in what manner? And the answer to that is a clear yes. – Julian Assange

6928. Well, there’s a question as to what sort of information is important in the world, what sort of information can achieve reform. And there’s a lot of information. So information that organizations are spending economic effort into concealing, that’s a really good signal that when the information gets out, there’s a hope of it doing some good. – Julian Assange

6929. Well, I mean, the real attack on truth is tabloid journalism in the United States. – Julian Assange

6930. The supply of leaks is very large. It’s helpful for us to have more people in this industry. It’s protective to us. – Julian Assange

6931. We like to engage in a normal publishing effort, which is to act in a responsible manner and make sure the material is not likely to harm anyone, that it is properly investigated by quality news organizations, and by lawyers and human rights groups and so on. – Julian Assange

6932. These megaleaks… They’re an important phenomenon, and they’re only going to increase. – Julian Assange

6933. True information does good. – Julian Assange

6934. We always expect tremendous criticism. It is my role to be the lightning rod … to attract the attacks against the organization for our work, and that is a difficult role. On the other hand, I get undue credit. – Julian Assange

6935. We don’t have sources who are dissidents on other sources. Should they come forward, that would be a tricky situation for us. But we’re presumably acting in such a way that people feel morally compelled to continue our mission, not to screw it up. – Julian Assange

6936. We get information in the mail, the regular postal mail, encrypted or not, vet it like a regular news organization, format it – which is sometimes something that’s quite hard to do, when you’re talking about giant databases of information – release it to the public and then defend ourselves against the inevitable legal and political attacks. – Julian Assange

6937. We have a way of dealing with information that has sort of personal – personally identifying information in it. But there are legitimate secrets – you know, your records with your doctor; that’s a legitimate secret. But we deal with whistleblowers that are coming forward that are really sort of well motivated. – Julian Assange

6938. We have some material on spying by a major government on the tech industry. Industrial espionage. – Julian Assange

6939. These big-package releases. There should be a cute name for them. – Julian Assange

6940. The corruption in reporting starts very early. It’s like the police reporting on the police. – Julian Assange

6941. Stopping leaks is a new form of censorship. – Julian Assange

6942. That’s a problem. I mean, like any sort of growing startup organization, we are sort of overwhelmed by our growth. And that means we’re getting enormous quantity of whistleblower disclosures of a very high caliber, but don’t have enough people to actually process and vet this information. – Julian Assange

6943. Intelligence agencies keep things secret because they often violate the rule of law or of good behavior. – Julian Assange

6944. In the history of Wikileaks, nobody has claimed that the material being put out is not authentic. – Julian Assange

6945. In my role as Wikileaks editor, I’ve been involved in fighting off many legal attacks. To do that, and keep our sources safe, we have had to spread assets, encrypt everything, and move telecommunications and people around the world to activate protective laws in different national jurisdictions. – Julian Assange

6946. If journalism is good, it is controversial, by its nature. – Julian Assange

6947. I mean there’s enormous pressures to harmonize freedom of speech legislation and transparency legislation around the world – within the E.U., between China and the United States. Which way is it going to go? It’s hard to see. – Julian Assange

6948. As we’ve gotten more successful, there’s a gap between the speed of our publishing pipeline and the speed of our receiving submissions pipeline. Our pipeline of leaks has been increasing exponentially as our profile rises, and our ability to publish is increasing linearly. – Julian Assange

6949. As we have seen, WikiLeaks is a robust organization. During my time in solitary confinement in the basement of a Victorian prison, we continue to release, our media partners continued to write stories. The important revelations from this material continue to come out. We have approximately 2,000 cables into 250,000. – Julian Assange

6950. It is the role of good journalism to take on powerful abusers, and when powerful abusers are taken on, there’s always a bad reaction. So we see that controversy, and we believe that is a good thing to engage in. – Julian Assange

6951. I’ve got the best deal on Earth. Where else can I sin and know that I’m forgiven for it? – Armand Assante

6952. I’ve worked for 27 years nonstop in theater and films. That’s a lot of work. – Armand Assante

6953. You love what you do, you are cursed with it, and then you get known for being cursed with it. – Armand Assante

6954. The whole industry is so screwed up by economics. It’s disgusting to me. – Armand Assante

6955. The Italian gangster thing has become a form of the modern-day Western. – Armand Assante

6956. My dream as a youngster was to be like Olivier. To be a great stage actor. To be a great Shakespearean actor. To me that is the Olympics of acting. – Armand Assante

6957. Maybe you don’t work for seven months a year, but you’ll work again. It may be a piece of garbage, so you wear hip boots. – Armand Assante

6958. Literature is air, and I’m suffocating in mediocrity. – Armand Assante

6959. I go out there and make a fool of myself. It’s inevitable. – Armand Assante

6960. Acting is a total physical, emotional sensation. – Armand Assante

6961. I do not want to act unless I have a a great intimacy with the people I’m working with. – Armand Assante

6962. It’s a blessing and a curse. But it’s not always the best situation to be in. As a profession, I don’t recommend acting at all. – Armand Assante

6963. I don’t champion the idea of being in a Hollywood movie. I never had fun in one of them. – Armand Assante

6964. I live a very quiet life, although I’m very urban and a diehard New Yorker. – Armand Assante

6965. I never pursued a career relentlessly. – Armand Assante

6966. I never pursued Hollywood banging my drum, because I was never in a film big enough to do that. – Armand Assante

6967. I stopped courting Hollywood a long time ago. – Armand Assante

6968. I’ve brought my daughters all over the world-they travel with me. I drag them out of school just to keep the relationship. When I’m home I’m a big-time daddy. – Armand Assante

6969. Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love. – Francis of Assisi

6970. Where there is injury let me sow pardon. – Francis of Assisi

6971. Where there is charity and wisdom, there is neither fear nor ignorance. – Francis of Assisi

6972. Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. – Francis of Assisi

6973. No one is to be called an enemy, all are your benefactors, and no one does you harm. You have no enemy except yourselves. – Francis of Assisi

6974. Lord, grant that I might not so much seek to be loved as to love. – Francis of Assisi

6975. While you are proclaiming peace with your lips, be careful to have it even more fully in your heart. – Francis of Assisi

6976. It is no use walking anywhere to preach unless our walking is our preaching. – Francis of Assisi

6977. It is in pardoning that we are pardoned. – Francis of Assisi

6978. If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men. – Francis of Assisi

6979. If God can work through me, he can work through anyone. – Francis of Assisi

6980. If a superior give any order to one who is under him which is against that man’s conscience, although he do not obey it yet he shall not be dismissed. – Francis of Assisi

6981. I have been all things unholy. If God can work through me, he can work through anyone. – Francis of Assisi

6982. Grant me the treasure of sublime poverty: permit the distinctive sign of our order to be that it does not possess anything of its own beneath the sun, for the glory of your name, and that it have no other patrimony than begging. – Francis of Assisi

6983. For it is in giving that we receive. – Francis of Assisi

6984. Preach the Gospel at all times and when necessary use words. – Francis of Assisi

6985. It is not fitting, when one is in God’s service, to have a gloomy face or a chilling look. – Francis of Assisi

6986. Above all the grace and the gifts that Christ gives to his beloved is that of overcoming self. – Francis of Assisi

6987. The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any. – Fred Astaire

6988. The higher up you go, the more mistakes you are allowed. Right at the top, if you make enough of them, it’s considered to be your style. – Fred Astaire

6989. Dancing is a sweat job. – Fred Astaire

6990. I have no desire to prove anything by dancing. I have never used it as an outlet or a means of expressing myself. I just dance. I just put my feet in the air and move them around. – Fred Astaire

6991. I don’t want to be the oldest performer in captivity… I don’t want to look like a little old man dancing out there. – Fred Astaire

6992. Disco is just jitterbug. – Fred Astaire

6993. I just put my feet in the air and move them around. – Fred Astaire

6994. This search for what you want is like tracking something that doesn’t want to be tracked. It takes time to get a dance right, to create something memorable. – Fred Astaire

6995. To plead for the Oppress’d and to defend the Weak seem’d to me a generous undertaking; for tho’ it may be secure, ’tis not always Honourable to run over to the strongest party. – Mary Astell

6996. To all the rest of his Absurdities, (for vice is always unreasonable,) he adds one more, who expects that Vertue from another which he won’t practise himself. – Mary Astell

6997. ‘Tis very great pity that they who are so apt to over-rate themselves in smaller matters, shou’d, where it most concerns them to know, and stand upon their Value, be so insensible of their own worth. – Mary Astell

6998. Marry for Love, an Heroick Action, which makes a mighty noise in the World, partly because of its rarity, and partly in regard of its extravagancy. – Mary Astell

6999. The Steps to Folly as well as Sin are gradual, and almost imperceptible, and when we are once on the Decline, we go down without taking notice on’t. – Mary Astell

7000. The Relation we bear to the Wisdom of the Father, the Son of His Love, gives us indeed a dignity which otherwise we have no pretence to. It makes us something, something considerable even in God’s Eyes. – Mary Astell

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