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The history of every country begins in the heart of a man or a woman.

- Willa Cather
Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.

- Peale, Norman Vincent
What the horrors of war are, no one can imagine. They are not wounds and blood and fever, spotted and low, or dysentery, chronic and acute, cold and heat and famine. They are intoxication, drunken brutality, demoralization and disorder on the part of the inferior... jealousies, meanness, indifference, selfish brutality on the part of the superior.

- Nightingale, Florence
The heart is the best reflective thinker.

- Phillips, Wendell
No man can tell but he that loves his children, how many delicious accents make a man's heart dance in the pretty conversation of those dear pledges; their childishness, their stammering, their little angers, their innocence, their imperfections, their necessities, are so many little emanations of joy and comfort to him that delights in their persons and society.

- Taylor, Jeremy
We must have a real living determination to reach holiness. I will be a saint means I will despoil myself of all that is not God; I will strip my heart of all created things; I will live in poverty and detachment; I will renounce my will, my inclinations, my whims and fancies, and make myself a willing slave to the will of God.

- Mother Teresa
God is really only another artist. He invented the giraffe, the elephant, and the cat. He has no real style. He just keeps on trying other things.

- Picasso, Pablo
Set me a task in which I can put something of my very self, and it is a task no longer. It is joy and art.

- Carman, Bliss
I am thought. I can see what the eyes cannot see. I can hear what the ears cannot hear. I can feel what the heart cannot feel.

- Zarlenga, Peter Nivio
LETTUCE, n. An herb of the genus _Lactuca_, "Wherewith," says that pious gastronome, Hengist Pelly, "God has been pleased to reward the good and punish the wicked. For by his inner light the righteous man has discerned a manner of compounding for it a dressing to the appetency whereof a multitude of gustible condiments conspire, being reconciled and ameliorated with profusion of oil, the entire comestible making glad the heart of the godly and causing his face to shine. But the person of spiritual unworth is successfully tempted to the Adversary to eat of lettuce with destitution of oil, mustard, egg, salt and garlic, and with a rascal bath of vinegar polluted with sugar. Wherefore the person of spiritual unworth suffers an intestinal pang of strange complexity and raises the song."

- Ambrose Bierce
I know what love is: Tracy and Hepburn, Bogart and Bacall, Romeo and Juliet, Jackie and John and Marilyn....

- Ian Shoales
The quickest way to a man's heart really is through his stomach, because then you don't have to chop through that pesky rib cage.

- Jeph Jacques
Everyone has a moment in history that belongs particularly to him. It is the moment when his emotions achieve their most powerful sway over him, and afterward when you say to this person'the world today'or'life'or'reality'he will assume you mean this moment, even if it is fifty years past. The world, through his unleashed emotion, imprinted itself on him and he carries that stamp of that passing moment forever.

- John Knowles
A man renowned for repartee will seldom scruple to make free with friendship's finest feeling, will thrust a dagger at your breast, and say he wounded you in jest, by way of balm for healing.

- Cowper, William
The art of communication is the language of leadership.

- Humes, James
Never treat your audience as customers, always as partners.

- Stewart, Jimmy
If you were busy being kind, Before you knew it, you would find You'd soon forget to think 'twas true That someone was unkind to you. If you were busy being glad, And cheering people who are sad, Although your heart might ache a bit, You'd soon forget to notice it.

- Foreman, R.
Home is where the heart is.

- Pliny The Elder
Passion is univeral humanity. Without it religion, history, art, and romance would be useless.

- Honore de Balzac
A jack of both sides, is before long, trusted by nobody, and abused by both parties.

- Proverb



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