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  • George Orwell
    George Orwell
    English writer (ps. of Eric Blair) 1903-1950
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    Power-worship blurs political judgment because it leads, almost unavoidably, to the belief that present trends will continue. Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible.
  • Francis Bacon
    Francis Bacon
    English philosopher and statesman 1561-1626
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    Whoever is out of patience is out of possession of his soul. Men must not turn into bees, and kill themselves in stinging others.
  • Jim Rohn
    Jim Rohn
    American entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker 1930-2009
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    Whoever renders service to many puts himself in line for greatness - great wealth, great return, great satisfaction, great reputation, and great joy.
  • Jonathan Swift
    Jonathan Swift
    English writer 1667-1745
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    Whoever wishes to win in this game must have patience and money, since the values are so little constant and the rumors so little founded on truth Vision is the art of seeing things invisible.
  • Blaise Pascal
    Blaise Pascal
    French physicist, mathematician and philosopher 1623-1662
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    ...whoever imagines a woman after this model, which consists in saying little things in big words, will see a pretty girl adorned with mirrors and chains...
    Source: Pensees (1669)
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    British author 1859-1930
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    A dog reflects the family life. Whoever saw a frisky dog in a gloomy family, or a sad dog in a happy one? Snarling people have snarling dogs, dangerous people have dangerous ones.
    Source: The Complete Sherlock Holmes (2013) 1117
  • Carlos Castaneda
    Carlos Castaneda
    American author and anthropologist 1925-1998
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    A man goes to knowledge as he goes to war, wideawake, with fear, with respect, and with absolute assurance. Going to knowledge or going to war in any other manner is a mistake, and whoever makes it will live to regret his steps.
  • Joan Didion
    Joan Didion
    American Essayist 1934-
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    A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it in his own image.
  • Barry Ritholtz
    Barry Ritholtz
    American author and newspaper columnist
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    Active management leads to lots of poor investor behavior. It sends people chasing after whoever has the hot hand at the moment.
  • Jonathan Swift
    Jonathan Swift
    English writer 1667-1745
    Jonathan Swift
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    And he gave it for his opinion, that whoever could make two ears of corn, or two blades of grass, to grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind, and do more essential service to his country, than the whole race of politicians put together.
  • Walt Whitman
    Walt Whitman
    American poet, essayist, and journalist 1819-1892
    Walt Whitman
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    And whoever walks a furlong without sympathy walks to his own funeral drest in his shroud.
  • Buddy Rich
    Buddy Rich
    American jazz drummer and bandleader 1917-1987
    Buddy Rich
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    And, you know, I think the original recording of Ravel's Bolero, probably whoever played percussion on that, will never have It played better than that.
  • George Bernard Shaw
    George Bernard Shaw
    Irish-English writer and critic 1856-1950
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    Beauty is all very well at first sight; but whoever looks at it when it has been in the house three days?
  • Samuel Johnson
    Samuel Johnson
    English writer 1709-1784
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    Do not discourage your children from hoarding, if they have a taste to it; whoever lays up his penny rather than part with it for a cake, at least is not the slave of gross appetite; and shows besides a preference always to be esteemed, of the future to the present moment.
  • Jalal-Uddin Rumi
    Jalal-Uddin Rumi
    Persian poet 1207-1273
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    Everyone sees the unseen in proportion to the clarity of his heart, and that depends upon how much he has polished it. Whoever has polished it more sees more - more unseen forms become manifest to him.
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