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The true nature of a thing is the highest it can become.
…we are all inclined to … direct our inquiry not by the matter
People do not naturally become morally excellent or practically wise. They become
Anybody can become angry – that is easy, but to be angry
To love someone is to identify with them.
Emotions of any kind can be evoked by melody and rhythm; therefore
Time is the measurable unit of movement concerning a before and an after.
Where the laws are not supreme, there demagogues spring up.
Art completes what nature cannot bring to finish. The artist gives us
He is his own best friend and takes delight in privacy whereas
Excellence is not an art. It is the habit of practice.
Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
If the poor, for example, because they are more in number, divide
I never made lots of money at it, but I sold enough.
I’ve done about every kind of fishing you can imagine, but I’ve
All my work has come about through a change in my earlier opinion of religion.
Even in half demon hunter clothes, Clary thought, he looked like the
The people have allowed me to – they’ve respected my choice of
It is clear that the nation that assumes stewardship of the moon now will inherit stewardship
I fell in love with electronics, which for me was the terra
Be more concerned with being interested than being interesting.