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Our actions determine our dispositions.
For knowing is spoken of in three ways: it may be either
Every formed disposition of the soul realizes its full nature in relation
And inasmuch as the great-souled man deserves most, he must be the
The virtues [moral excellence] therefore are engendered in us neither by nature
That which is common to the greatest number has the least care
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
Perception starts with the eye.
Great and frequent reverses can crush and mar our bliss both by
When you have thrown a stone, you cannot afterwards bring it back
If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development
The secret to humor is surprise.
The first essential responsibility of the state is control of the market-place:
A cat is a responsibility after all. And feeding and keeping and
Greenspan advised the American people to buy – he repeated the old
All the public business in Congress now connects itself with intrigues, and
Now when I enter a carriage, it almost empties. But there’s always
The greatest reverence is due to a child! If you are contemplating
I guess I don’t have a proper perspective on my fame; if I did, I don’t think I’d like it.
You can’t act for the editing. You just go in and do the scene the way you think is right.
I could go on to speak of sanity as compared with insanity,