Slavery is a system of the most complete injustice.
—Plato (Ancient Greek Philosopher)
The most heated defenders of a science, who cannot endure the slightest sneer at it, are commonly those who have not made very much progress in it and are secretly aware of this defect.
—Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (German Scientist)
Prayer draws us near to our own souls.
—Herman Melville (American Novelist)
Education is hanging around until you’ve caught on.
—Robert Frost (American Poet)
In private conversation between intimate friends the wisest men very often talk like the weakest; for, indeed, the talking with a friend is nothing else but thinking aloud.
—Joseph Addison (English Essayist)
Situated in some nebulous distance I do what I do so that the universal balance of which I am a part may remain a balance.
—Antonio Porchia (Italian Poet)
Love is a fruit in season at all times, and in reach of every hand.
—Mother Teresa (Albanian Catholic Humanitarian)
Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure.
—Earl Nightingale (American Motivational Speaker)
Once you have permission to talk to someone, finding new products or services for them is a smart way to grow.
—Seth Godin (American Entrepreneur)
Fear is the absence of faith.
—Paul Tillich (American Lutheran Theologian)
To deny, to believe, and to doubt absolutely—this is for man what running is for a horse.
—Blaise Pascal (French Catholic Mathematician)
The how” thinker gets problems solved effectively because he wastes no time with futile “ifs” but goes right to work on the creative “how”.”
—Norman Vincent Peale (American Clergyman, Self-Help Author)
Let the wife make the husband glad to come home, and let him make her sorry to see him leave.
—Martin Luther (German Protestant Theologian)
There is no education like adversity.
—Benjamin Disraeli (British Head of State)
The life of wisdom must be a life of contemplation combined with action.
—M. Scott Peck (American Psychiatrist)
Character is a perfectly educated will.
Happy people plan actions, they don’t plan results.