Found 1,386 quotes starting with O:

O Death the Healer, scorn thou not, I pray,
To come to me: of cureless ills thou art
The one physician. Pain lays not its touch
Upon a corpse.

– Aeschylus
O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible and hence we can hold the enemy's fate in our hands.
– Sun Tzu
O divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console to be understood as to understand to be loved as to love. For it is in giving that we receive it is in pardoning that we are pardoned and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.
– Saint Francis of Assisi
O for a life of Sensations rather than of Thoughts.
– John Keats, Letter to Benjamin Bailey, Nov 1817
O for a muse of fire, that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention.
– William Shakespeare
O fret not after knowledge -- I have none, and yet my song comes native with the warmth. O fret not after knowledge -- I have none, and yet the Evening listens.
– John Keats
O generations of men, how I count you as equal with those who live not at all!
– Sophocles, Oedpius Rex
O God! I ask You for the means to do good, to avoid evil and to love the poor.
– Mohammed
O God, that men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains!
– Othello
O how wonderful is the human voice! It is indeed the organ of the soul. The intellect of man sits enshrined visibly upon his forehead and in his eye; and the heart of man is written upon his countenance. But the soul reveals itself in the voice only, as God revealed himself to the prophet in the still small voice, and in a voice from the Burning Bush. The soul of man is audible, not visible. A sound alone betrays the flowing of the eternal fountain invisible to man.
– Longfellow
O human race born to fly upward, wherefore at a little wind dost thou fall.
– Dante Alighieri
O Liberty Liberty how many crimes are committed in thy name
– Jeanne-Marie Roland
O Lord, help me to be pure, but not yet.
– Saint Augustine
O loss of sight, of thee I most complain! Blind among enemies, O worse than chains, dungeon or beggary, or decrepit age! Light, the prime work of God, to me is extinct, and all her various objects of delight annulled, which might in part my grief have eased. Inferior to the vilest now become of man or worm; the vilest here excel me, they creep, yet see; I, dark in light, exposed to daily fraud, contempt, abuse and wrong, within doors, or without, still as a fool, in power of others, never in my own; scarce half I seem to live, dead more than half.
– John Milton
O many a shaft, at random sent, Finds mark the archer little meant And many a word, at random spoken, May soothe or wound a heart that's broken
– Sir Walter Scott
O my Brothers! love your Country. Our Country is our home, the home which God has given us, placing therein a numerous family which we love and are loved by, and with which we have a more intimate and quicker communion of feeling and thought than with others; a family which by its concentration upon a given spot, and by the homogeneous nature of its elements, is destined for a special kind of activity.
– Giuseppe Mazzini
O my God, what must a soul be like when it is in this state! It longs to be all one tongue with which to praise the Lord. It utters a thousand pious follies, in a continuous endeavor to please Him who thus possesses it.
– Teresa of Ávila
O reason, reason, abstract phantom of the waking state, I had already expelled you from my dreams, now I have reached a point where those dreams are about to become fused with apparent realities: now there is only room here for myself.
– Louis Aragon
O Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo
– William Shakespeare
O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo?
– William Shakespeare, "Romeo and Juliet", Act 2 scene 2
O Time and change! -- with hair as gray as was my sire's that winter day, how strange it seems, with so much gone of life and love, to still live on!
– John Greenleaf Whittier
O tyrant love, to what do you not drive the hearts of men.
– Virgil
O what a thing is age! Death without death's quiet.
– Walter Savage Landor
O what fine thought we had because we thought that the worst rogues and rascals had died out.
– W. B. Yeats, Nineteen Hundred And Nineteen
O why was I born with a different face?
Why was I not born like rest of my race?

– William Blake 1803
O Winter ruler of the inverted year, . . . I crown thee king of intimate delights, Fireside enjoyments, home-born happiness, And all the comforts that the lowly roof Of undisturb'd Retirement, and the hours Of long uninterrupted evening, know.
– William Cowper
O wise man, wash your hands of that friend who associates with your enemies.
– Saadi
O would some power the giftie gie us to see ourselves as others see us.
– Robert Burns
O, beware, my lord, of jealousy It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock The meat it feeds on.
– William Shakespeare
O, beware, my lord, of jealousy!
It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock
The meat it feeds on.

– William Shakespeare, "Othello", Act 3 scene 3
O, how this spring of love resembleth
The uncertain glory of an April day!

– William Shakespeare, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona", Act 1 scene 3
O, I am slain!
– William Shakespeare, Hamlet. Polonius says this as Hamlet kills him behind the curtain.
O, my offence is rank, it smells to heaven It hath the primal eldest curse upon 't, A brother's murder.
– William Shakespeare
O, now, for ever Farewell the tranquil mind farewell content Farewell the plumed troop and the big wars That make ambition virtue O, farewell Farewell the neighing steed and the shrill trump, The spirit-stirring drum, the ear-piercing fife, The royal banner, and all quality, Pride, pomp, and circumstance of glorious war And, O you mortal engines, whose rude throats The immortal Jove's dread clamours counterfeit, Farewell Othello's occupation's gone
– William Shakespeare
O, popular applause! what heart of man is proof against thy sweet, seducing charms?
– William Cowper
O, thou art fairer than the evening air clad in the beauty of a thousand stars.
– Christopher Marlowe
O, throw away the worser part of it, And live the purer with the other half.
– Shakespeare, Hamlet III, iv, 156-160.
O, what a heaven is love, O, what a hell
– Thomas Dekker
O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?
– Percy Bysshe Shelley
O, woe is me, To have seen what I have seen, see what I see
– William Shakespeare
O, woe is me,
To have seen what I have seen, see what I see!

– William Shakespeare, "Hamlet", Act 3 scene 1
Oats. A grain, which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people.
– Samuel Johnson, A Dictionary of the English Language
Obama wins, thus goodness wins.
– Foodi S. M.
Obedience is the greatest refuge of the weak and the coward people!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Obedience keeps the rules. Love knows when to break them.
– Anthony de Mello
Objective journalism and an opinion column are about as similar as the Bible and Playboy magazine.
– Walter Cronkite
Objective journalism is one of the main reasons American politics has been allowed to be so corrupt for so long.
– Hunter S. Thompson
Objects as they exist in time the clean eye and camera give us. Not falsified by seeing.
– Jim Morrison
Oblivion cures the old wounds.
– Dejan Stojanovic
Oblivion is the rule and fame the exception, of humanity.
– Antoine de Rivarol
Obscenity is what happens to shock some elderly and ignorant magistrate.
– Bertrand Russell
Obscure shadows on the mind are much scarier than the dark shadows of the night.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Observe constantly that all things take place by change, and accustom thyself to consider that the nature of the Universe loves nothing so much as to change the things which are, and to make new things like them.
– Marcus Aurelius
Observe due measure, for right timing is in all things the most important factor.
– Hesiod
Observe everything silently, like a little bird! This invites the angels of wisdom!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Observe Everything.
Communicate Well.
Draw, Draw, Draw.

– Frank Thomas, Disney Animator, When asked to give advice to young animators
Observe the life like a wise tree by the side of a calm lake! Do not move; just sit and observe! Observe the Sun, observe the storms; observe the wisdom, observe the stupidities!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Observe your enemies for they first find out your faults.
– Antisthenes
Observe your enemies, for they first find out your faults.
– Antisthenes
Observe your enemies, for they first find your faults.
– Greek Proverb
Obsessions and fixations are not really my field. All I know, when the mind really grabs hold of something, look out.
– Sybil Adelman
Obstacles are things a person sees when he takes his eyes off his goal.
– E. Joseph Crossman
Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off the goal.
– Hannah Moore
Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.
– Henry Ford
Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goals.
– Sydney Smith
Obstacles are what you see when you take your eyes off the goal.
– Vince Lombardi
Obstacles cannot crush me. Every obstacle yields to stern resolve. He who is fixed to a star does not change his mind.
– Leonardo DaVinci
Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.
– Michael Jordon
Obstacles in life are similar to speed bumps on roads. They are both in place for a reason. So, slow down, be observant and make it to the end of the road successfully.
– Jay Abiona
Obstacles! Man needs obstacles to get matured!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Obstinate silence implies either a mean opinion of ourselves, or a contempt for our company; and it is the more provoking, as others do not know to which of these causes to attribute it?whether humility or pride.
– Hazlitt
Obtain from yourself all that makes complaining useless. No longer implore from others what you yourself can obtain.
– Andre Gide
Obviously Christianity is the one true faith, but if Islam is correct, u are fucked. I mean you are power fucked." - John Oliver to Alex McFarland
– John Oliver
Obviously crime pays, or there'd be no crime.
– G. Gordon Liddy
Obviously something slipped through here.
– Reverend John Vaughan, Financial administrator for the Archdiocese of Miami (when asked why they held stock in companies that ma
Obviously, if this were Donald trump or Bill Gates accused of a crime, that would be grossly inadequate, but you cannot set a bond that a person could not possibly come up with.
– Kendall Coffey
Occasionally, I have to think like myself to remember where I put something.
– Susan S. Taylor
October is one of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks. Others are July, January, April, September, November, May, March, June, December, August and February.
– Mark Twain
Odd how much it hurts when a friend moves away- and leaves behind only silence.
– Pam Brown
Odd, the years it took to learn one simple fact that the prize just ahead, the next job, publication, love affair, marriage always seemed to hold the key to satisfaction but never, in the longer run, sufficed.
– Amanda Cross
Odds life! must one swear to the truth of a song?
– Matthew Prior
Of all afflictions, the worst is self-contempt.
– Berthold Auerbach
Of all follies there is none greater than wanting to make the world a better place.
– Molière
Of all forms of caution, caution in love is perhaps the most fatal to true happiness.
– Bertrand Russell
Of all forms of tyranny the least attractive and the most vulgar is the tyranny of mere wealth, the tyranny of plutocracy.
– Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, an autobiography
Of all human ills, greatest is fortune's wayward tyranny.
– Sophocles
Of all manifestations of power, restraint impresses men the most.
– Thucyclides
Of all noises, I think music is the least disagreeable.
– Samuel Johnson
Of all possessions wisdom alone is immortal.
– Isocrates
Of all possible sexual perversions, religion is the only one to have ever been scientifically systematized.
– Louis Aragon
Of all religions, Christianity is without a doubt the one that should inspire tolerance most, although, up to now, the Christians have been the most intolerant of all men.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
Of all sad words of tongue and pen the saddest are these, what might have been.
– John Greenleaf Whittier
Of all that is good, sublimity is supreme. Succeeding is the coming together of all that is beautiful. Furtherance is the agreement of all that is just. Perseverance is the foundation of all actions.
– I Ching
Of all that Orient lands can vaunt, of marvels with our own competing, the strangest is the Haschish plant, and what will follow on its eating.
– John Greenleaf Whittier
Of all the achievements of the human mind, the birth of the alphabet is the most momentous.
– Frederic Goudy
Of all the animals, the boy is the most unmanageable.
– Plato
Of all the beautiful truths pertaining to the soul None is more gladdening or fruitful than to know You can regenerate and make yourself what you will.
– William James
Of all the communities available to us there is not one I would want to devote myself to, except for the society of the true searchers, which has very few living members at any time.
– Albert Einstein
Of all the Gods, Death only craves not gifts: Nor sacrifice, nor yet drink-offering poured Avails; no altars hath he, nor is soothed By hymns of praise. From him alone of all The powers of Heaven Persuasion holds aloof.
– Aeschylus
Of all the gods, Death only craves not gifts:
Nor sacrifice, nor yet drink-offering poured
Avails; no altars hath he, nor is soothed
By hymns of praise. From him alone of all
The powers of heaven Persuasion holds aloof.

– Aeschylus (525-456 B.C.), Frag. 146 (trans. by Plumptre).
Of all the griefs that harass the distrest, Sure the most bitter is a scornful jest.
– Samuel Johnson
Of all the griefs that harass the distrest,
Sure the most bitter is a scornful jest.

– Samuel Johnson
Of all the inventions that have helped to unify China perhaps the airplane is the most outstanding. Its ability to annihilate distance has been in direct proportion to its achievements in assisting to annihilate suspicion and misunderstanding among provincial officials far removed from one another or from the officials at the seat of government.
– Madame Chiang
Of all the music that reached farthest into heaven, it is the beating of a loving heart.
– Henry Ward Beecher
Of all the nations in the world, the United States was built in nobody's image. It was the land of the unexpected, of unbounded hope, of ideals, of quest for an unknown perfection. It is all the more unfitting that we should offer ourselves in images. And all the more fitting that the images which we make wittingly or unwittingly to sell America to the world should come back to haunt and curse us.
– Daniel J. Boorstin
Of all the possessions of this life fame is the noblest; when the body has sunk into the dust the great name still lives.
– Johann Von Schiller
Of all the possessions of this life fame is the noblest; when the body has sunk into the dust the great name still lives.
– Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller
Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well- warmed, and well-fed.
– Herman Melville
Of all the properties which belong to honorable men, not one is so highly prized as that of character.
– Henry Clay
Of all the pulpits from which human voice is ever sent forth, there is none from which it reaches so far as from the grave.
– John Ruskin
Of all the self-fulfilling prophecies in our culture, the assumption that aging means decline and poor health is probably the deadliest.
– Marilyn Ferguson
Of all the sexual aberrations, perhaps the most peculiar is chastity.
– Remy de Gourmont
Of all the things which wisdom provides to make us entirely happy, much the greatest is the possession of friendship.
– Epicurus
Of all the unbearable nuisances, the ignoramus that has travelled is the worst.
– Kin Hubbard
Of all the varieties of virtues, liberalism is the most beloved.
– Aristotle
Of all the warning sounds that animals make, I think the one that's the least effective on me is a kind of clicking noise.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Of all the ways of acquiring books, writing them oneself is regarded as the most praiseworthy method. Writers are really people who write books not because they are poor, but because they are dissatisfied with the books which they could buy but do not like.
– Walter Benjamin
Of all the ways of defining man, the worst is the one which makes him out to be a rational animal.
– Anatole France
Of all the wonders of nature, a tree in summer is perhaps the most remarkable; with the possible exception of a moose singing Embraceable You in spats.
– Woody Allen
Of all the worldly passions, lust is the most intense. All other worldly passions seem to follow in its train.
– Buddha
Of all things which wisdom provides to make life entirely happy, much the greatest is the possession of friendship.
– Epicurus
Of all tyrannies a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
– Clive Staples Lewis
Of all tyrannies democracy is the most agonizing, the most inane, the absolute fall of everything great and elevated.
– Søren Kierkegaard, Journal 1848
Of any stopping place in life, it is good to ask whether it will be a good place from which to go on as well as a good place to remain.
– Mary Catherine Bateson
Of children as of procreation - the pleasure momentary, the posture ridiculous, the expense damnable.
– Evelyn Waugh
Of course God will forgive me; that's His job.
– Heinrich Heine
Of course God's forgiving and kind. It takes a supernatural being to be capable of such a thing.
– Ahmed Korayem
Of course great hotels have always been social ideas, flawless mirrors to the particular societies they service.
– Joan Didion
Of course I believe that solipsism is the correct philosophy, but that's only one man's opinion.
– Melvin Fitting
Of course I don't always enjoy being a mother. At those times my husband and I hole up somewhere in the wine country, eat, drink, make mad love and pretend we were born sterile and raise poodles.
– Dorothy DeBolt
Of course it was good to see the family after 4 years, but it did not really do me any good, as I lost more than 5 pounds which I had put on with such difficulty in May and June. I also get out of breath more easily. So these are the results of my trip. Very annoying.
– Grand Duke George Alexandrovich of Russia
Of course life is bizarre, the more bizarre it gets, the more interesting it is. The only way to approach it is to make yourself some popcorn and enjoy the show.
– David Gerrold
Of course Moana, being a visual account of events in the daily life of a Polynesian youth and his family, has documentary value.
– John Grierson
Of course the game is rigged. Don't let that stop you - if you don't play, you can't win.
– Robert A. Heinlein
Of course there is no formula for success except perhaps an unconditional acceptance of life and what it brings.
– Arthur Rubinstein
Of course we all have our limits, but how can you possibly find your boundaries unless you explore as far and as wide as you possibly can I would rather fail in an attempt at something new and uncharted than safely succeed in a repeat of something I have done.
– A. E. Hotchner
Of course we can keep this going, in principle, forever. In practice we will keel over from exhaustion, boredom, or death.
– David Adger, Core Syntax: A Minimalist Approach
Of course, it is very important to be sober when you take an exam. Many worthwhile careers in the street- cleansing, fruit-picking and subway-guitar-playing industries have been founded on a lack of understanding of this simple fact.
– Terry Pratchett, Moving Pictures
Of course, our failures are a consequence of many factors, but possibly one of the most important is the fact that society operates on the theory that specialization is the key to success, not realizing that specialization precludes comprehensive thinking.
– R. Buckminster Fuller, Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth, 1963
Of ex-President Eisenhower at the Republican convention of 1964 Reading a speech with his usual sense of discovery.
– Gore Vidal
Of life's two chief prizes, beauty and truth, I found the first in a loving heart and the second in a laborer's hand.
– Kahlil Gibran
Of men who have a sense of honor, more come through alive than are slain, but from those who flee comes neither glory nor any help.
– Homer
Of mortals there is no one who is happy. If wealth flows in upon one, one may be perhaps Luckier than one's neighbor, but still not happy.
– Euripides
Of my friends, I am the only one I have left.
– Terence
Of no mortal say, 'That man is happy,' till vexed by no grievous ill he pass Life's goal.
– Sophocles
Of one thing I am certain, the body is not the measure of healing - peace is the measure.
– George Melton
Of ten parts a man enjoys one only, but a woman enjoys the full ten parts in her heart.
– Tiresias, [Apollodorus, Library 3.6.7]
Of the delights of this world man cares most for sexual intercourse, yet he has left it out of his heaven.
– Mark Twain
Of the delights of this world, man cares most for sexual intercourse, yet he has left it out of his heaven.
– Mark Twain
Of the Seven Deadly Sins, anger is possibly the most fun. To lick your wounds, to smack your lips over grievances long past, to roll over your tongue the prospect of bitter confrontations still to come, to savor to the last toothsome morsel both the pain you are given and the pain you are giving back--in many ways it is a feast fit for a king. The chief drawback is that what you are wolfing down is yourself. The skeleton at the feast is you.
– Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking, 1973
Of the two great political parties which have divided the opinions and feelings of our country, the candid and the just will now admit that both have contributed splendid talents, spotless integrity, ardent patriotism, and disinterested sacrifices to the formation and administration of this Government, and that both have required a liberal indulgence for a portion of human infirmity and error.
– John Quincy Adams
Of those who say nothing, few are silent.
– Thomas Neill
Of two evils choose neither.
– Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Of two evils we must always choose the least.
– Thomas a Kempis
Of what avail is the praise or censure of the vulgar, who make a useless noise like a senseless crow in a forest?
– Mahabharata
Of what shall a man be proud, if he is not proud of his friends
– Robert Louis Stephenson
Of what significance is one's one existence, one is basically unaware. What does a fish know about the water in which he swims all his life The bitter and the sweet come from outside. The hard from within, from one's own efforts. For the most part I do what my own nature drives me to do. It is embarrassing to earn such respect and love for it.
– Albert Einstein
Of women I do not wish them to have power over men but over themselves.
– Mary Wollstonecraft
Of writing well the source and fountainhead is wise thinking.
– Horace
Offended vanity is the great separator in social life.
– Arthur Helps
Offensiveness is a necessary consequence of opinions strongly held and openly expressed, and free societies should treasure and protect it. An idea that offends no one is not worth entertaining.
– Unknown
Oft expectation fails, and most oft where most it promises; and oft it hits where hope is coldest; and despair most sits.
– William Shakespeare
Often a certain abdication of prudence and foresight is an element of success.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Often a noble face hides filthy ways.
– Euripides
Often an entire city has suffered because of an evil man.
– Hesiod
Often and often afterwards, the beloved Aunt would ask me why I had never told anyone how I was being treated. Children tell little more than animals, for what comes to them they accept as eternally established.
– Rudyard Kipling
Often I don't say hello to people for fear that they may not remember me.
– Shahrukh Khan
Often it does seem a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat.
– Mark Twain
Often it is the most deserving people who cannot help loving those who destroy them.
– Hermann Hesse
Often people attempt to live their lives backwards they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want, so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you need to do, in order to have what you want.
– Margaret Young
Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want, so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you need to do, in order to have what you want.
– Margaret Young
Often sound advice turns out to be totally wrong. Sometimes things turn out in such a way that only a fool would predict. Which is why fools, too, have their place in analysis and debate.
– Unknown
Often the difference between a successful marriage and a mediocre one consists of leaving about three or four things a day unsaid.
– Harlan Miller
Often the test of courage is not to die but to live.
– Conte Vittorio Alfieri
Often times, what you desire is never what you deserve. That's why, God often denies you your desire in order to give you what you really deserve.
– Emeasoba George
Often we can achieve an even better result when we stumble yet are willing to start over, when we don't give up after a mistake, when something doesn't come easily but we throw ourselves into trying, when we're not afraid to appear less than perfectly polished.
– Sharon Salzberg
Often we forget to acknowledge the brilliant minds around us, in the process of impressing the small minds.
– Siddharth Astir
Often when we are least expecting it, Life sets up a really tough challenge to test our courage and our ability to fight. We mustn't pretend that nothing has happened, but instead must stand up and face the reality with utmost Courage. We must accept the facts that the Challenge is never going to wait, and that the flow of Life does not reverse. At such testing moments in life, Courage is what enables us to stand up, face the challenge and overcome all odds. Courage is what truly makes us who we are, as we wrestle with our demons to triumph. Good luck, my Friend.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Often, the surest way to convey misinformation is to tell the strict truth.
– Mark Twain
Oh do not attack me with your watch. A watch is always too fast or too slow. I cannot be dictated to by a watch.
– Jane Austen
Oh for a book and a shady nook...
– John Wilson
Oh God, how do the world and heavens confine themselves, when our hearts tremble in their own barriers!
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Oh God, I'm so excited. You see, I watched the Oscars every year at home on an Irish channel and the reception was fuzzy because we were in the country. Every now and then, it would be: 'The winner for best actor is…' and then the screen would go all grey. It's kind of surreal that I'm actually going to be there this year.
– Saoirse Ronan
Oh God, that men should put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains!
– William Shakespeare
Oh how smoothly, how swiftly and horribly, how cruelly and thoroughly, one discovers the powers and prowess of Maya, the Supreme power of Illusions! With a simple sleight of her hand, léger de main, everything changes in a moment; electrically charged, awesome and exciting years of life shrink to moments - just to realize that all that fascinating reality had been a dream. Perhaps all that had happened previously had been a continuous sequence of beautiful images that one would admire and fall in love with, and to realize that it’s all the game of dreams, illusions and Maya. The reality also strikes, at the same moment, that everything one would still experience in the future, would see with one’s eyes and feel with one’s hands, up to the moment of one’s death — that everything is not going to be any different in substance, or any different in kind. Why would it be? It’s always all a game, all foam and all dreams. It’s Maya, the whole lovely and frightful, delicious and desperate kaleidoscope of life with its searing delights, intertwined with its searing sorrows, the amazing show that has been ongoing since the dawn of Universe.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Oh la suavidad, la rapidez y horriblemente, con qué crueldad y minuciosamente, uno descubre los poderes y proezas de Maya, el poder supremo de ilusiones! Con un simple juego de la mano, léger de main, todo cambia en un instante; cargadas eléctricamente, impresionante y años apasionantes de la vida se reducen a momentos - sólo para darse cuenta de que todo lo fascinante realidad había sido un sueño. tal vez todo lo que había sucedido anteriormente había sido una secuencia continua de imágenes bellas que uno puede admirar y enamorarse, y para darse cuenta de que todo el juego de los sueños, las ilusiones y Maya. La realidad también afecta, en el mismo momento, que todo lo que uno seguiría experiencia en el futuro, iba a ver con los ojos y sentir con las manos, hasta el momento de la propia muerte - que no todo va a ser diferente en cuanto al fondo , o cualquier clase diferente. ¿por qué sería? siempre es todo un juego, toda la espuma y todos los sueños. es Maya, todo el caleidoscopio encantadora y espantosa, delicioso y desesperado de la vida con sus delicias abrasadoras, entrelazadas con sus dolores ardientes, el increíble espectáculo que ha estado en curso desde los albores del universo.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Oh sleep It is a gentle thing, Beloved from pole to pole.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Oh sleep! It is a gentle thing,
Beloved from pole to pole.

– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Oh that I were seated as high as my ambition, I'd place my naked foot on the necks of monarchs.
– Horace Walpole
Oh to have a lodge in some vast wilderness. Where rumors of oppression and deceit, of unsuccessful and successful wars may never reach me anymore.
– William Cowper
Oh too convincing - dangerously dear - In woman's eye the unanswerable tear
– Lord Byron
Oh what a tangled web we weave / When first we practice to deceive / But when by chance our deception proves true / The web we've wove is burst clear through
– John Alejandro King, a.k.a. The Covert Comic, www.covertcomic.com
Oh what a tangled web we weave,
When first we practise to deceive!

– Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, Canto vi. Stanza 17.
Oh would some power the giftie gie us, to see ourselves as others see us
– Robert Burns, To A Louse
Oh you who are born of the blood of the gods, Trojan son of Anchises, easy is the descent to Hell the door of dark Dis stands open day and night. But to retrace your steps and come out to the air above, that is work, that is labor
– Virgil
Oh! dear; I was so miserable! I am sure I must have been as white as my gown.
– Jane Austen, Emma
Oh! death will find me long before I tire of watching you.
– Rupert Brooke
Oh! do not attack me with your watch. A watch is always too fast or too slow. I cannot be dictated to by a watch.
– Jane Austen, Mansfield Park
Oh! love!... That is to be two and to be but one. A man and a woman mingled into one angel. It is heaven.
– Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Chapter 13
Oh, and one more thing....
– Steve Jobs
Oh, come on. If you can't laugh at the walking dead, who can you laugh at
– Dan Fielding
Oh, darling, let your body in, let it tie you in, in comfort.
– Anne Sexton
Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good His love and His kindness go on forever.
– 1 Chronicles 1634 TLB Bible
Oh, give us the man who sings at his work.
– Thomas Carlyle
Oh, heart, I the ignorant say to you that the soul perishes like the body, answer that the flower perishes, but the seeds remain. This is the law of God.
– Kahlil Gibran
Oh, high is the price of parenthood, and daughters may cost you double. You dare not forget, as you thought you could, that youth is a plague and a trouble.
– Phyllis McGinley
Oh, how complicated everything is now. We lived so peacefully for eight months and now it's all started again.
– Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia
Oh, how fine it is to know a thing or two.
– Jean Baptiste Poquelin Molire
Oh, how I love the Earth and everything in it, life and death. And men. One can think of nothing finer, or nicer, than men their wars, their concentration camps, their justice.
– Marcel Ayme
Oh, I don't blame Congress. If I had 600 billion at my disposal, I'd be irresponsible, too.
– Lichty and Wagner
Oh, I have loved him too much to feel no hate for him.
– August Strindberg
Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth, And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings.
– John Gillespie Magee
Oh, if only I did nothing simply as a result of laziness.
– Feodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky
Oh, life is a glorious cycle of song, A medley of extemporanea And love is a thing that can never go wrong And I am Marie of Roumania.
– Dorothy Parker
Oh, life is a glorious cycle of song,
A medley of extemporanea;
And love is a thing that can never go wrong;
And I am Marie of Romania.

– Dorothy Parker, Not So Deep as a Well (1937), "Comment"
Oh, life is a glorious cycle of song,
A medley of extemporanea;
And love is thing that can never go wrong;
And I am Marie of Romania.

– Dorothy Parker
Oh, never mind the fashion. When one has a style of one's own, it is always twenty times better.
– Margaret Oliphant Oliphant
Oh, replied his patient, with no malice aforethought, he told me to come and see you.
– Author Unknown
Oh, that lovely title, ex-president.
– Dwight D Eisenhower
Oh, that way madness lies let me shun that.
– William Shakespeare
Oh, that way madness lies; let me shun that.
– William Shakespeare, "King Lear", Act 3 scene 4
Oh, the brave Music of a distant drum!
– Omar Khayyám
Oh, the difference between nearly right and exactly right.
– H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Oh, the tangled webs we weave When we practice to deceive.
– Sir Walter Scott
Oh, this age! How tasteless and ill-bred it is!
– Catullus
Oh, thou hast a damnable iteration, and art indeed able to corrupt a saint. Thou hast done much harm upon me Hal, God forgive thee for it. Before I knew thee Hal, I knew nothing, and now am I, if a man should speak truly, little better than one of the wicked.
– William Shakespeare
Oh, treacherous night thou lendest thy ready veil to every treason, and teeming mischief's beneath thy shade.
– Aaron Hill
Oh, what a dear ravishing thing is the beginning of an Amour
– Aphra Behn
Oh, what a dear ravishing thing is the beginning of an Amour!
– Aphra Behn
Oh, what a tangled web do parents weave When they think that their children are nave.
– Ogden Nash
Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to believe.
– Laurence J. Peter
Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive
– Sir Walter Scott
Oh, what lies there are in kisses!
– Heinrich Heine
Oh, what tangled webs we weave, When we first practice to deceive.
– Sir Walter Scott
oh, wie glatt, wie schnell und schrecklich, wie grausam und gründlich, entdeckt man die Befugnisse und Fähigkeiten von Maya, die h
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Oh, you know. I am secretary of state. My trips aren't successful. I just talk to people.
– George Pratt Shultz
Oh, you weak, beautiful people who give up with such grace. What you need is someone to take hold of you -- gently, with love, and hand your life back to you.
– Tennessee Williams
Oil prices have fallen lately. We include this news for the benefit of gas stations, which otherwise wouldn't learn of it for six months.
– Bill Tammeus
Oil prices will keep breaking new records until other countries move to nuclear and alternative energy sources or we discover massive new reserves and increase production dramatically over the next few years.
– Med Jones
Ok. Sex is fine. Sex is good. Sex is GREAT Okay, okay, we need men for sex... Do we need so many
– Sybil Adelman
Okay" (final words from flight 383)
– Daniel J. Teelin
Old age and sickness bring out the essential characteristics of a man.
– Felix Frankfurter
Old age equalizes- we are aware that what is happening to us has happened to untold numbers from the beginning of time. When we are young we act as if we were the first young people in the world.
– Jane Harrison
Old age has deformities enough of its own. It should never add to them the deformity of vice.
– Cato the Elder
Old age is a humble victory in this killing universe.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Old age is a shipwreck.
– Charles de Gaulle
Old age is always fifteen years older than I am.
– Bernard M. Baruch
Old age is an insult. It's like being smacked.
– Lawrence Durrell
Old age is fifteen years older than I am.
– Oliver Wendell Holmes
Old age is not a disease- it is strength and survivorship, triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and disappointments, trials and illnesses.
– Samuel Johnson
Old age is not so bad when you consider the alternatives.
– Maurice Chevalier
Old age is the most unexpected of all the things that can happen to a man.
– Leon Trotsky
Old age is the most unexpected of all the things that happen to a man.
– Leon Trotsky
Old age is the most unexpected of things that can happen to a man.
– Leon Trotsky
Old age is when broadness of the mind and narrowness of the waist change places.
– Red Skelton
Old age means realizing you will never own all the dogs you wanted to.
– Joe Gores
Old age, believe me, is a good and pleasant thing. It is true you are gently shouldered off the stage, but then you are given such a comfortable front stall as spectator.
– Johann von Goethe
Old birds are hard to pluck.
– German proverb
Old creature with a sore leg (reference to Elizabeth I- he was incorrectly told she limped because of a varicose vein)
– King Henry III of France
Old foxes want no tutors.
– Thomas Fuller
Old friends are the great blessings of one's later years. Half a word conveys one's meaning. They have a memory of the same events, have the same mode of thinking. I have young relations that may grow upon me, for my nature is affectionate, but can they grow -- To Be old friends?
– Horace Walpole
Old friends become bitter enemies on a sudden for toys and small offenses.
– Robert Burton
Old hackers never die. They just go to bitnet.
– Anonymous
Old hands soil, it seems, whatever they caress, but they too have their beauty when they are joined in prayer. Young hands were made for caresses and the sheathing of love. It is a pity to make them join too soon.
– André Gide
Old houses are full with memories and that’s why they resist to collapse!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Old houses mended, Cost little less than new before they re ended.
– Colley Cibber
Old houses mended,
Cost little less than new before they 're ended.

– Colley Cibber, The Double Gallant, Prologue
Old is gold, but new is platinum.
– Amit
Old minds are like old horses; you must exercise them if you wish to keep them in working order.
– John Adams
Old people like to give good advice, as solace for no longer being able to provide bad examples.
– Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Old people/Adults are meant to hand over the mantle of leadership to the youths. Then, the youths to the children. Whereas, the children are meant to hand over directly to the posterity (all future generations ahead) i.e. children are strategically located with regards to continuity of every society/country. Thus, never take the children for granted. Rather, do appreciate/value them. I mean, take care of them as much as you can.
– Emeasoba George
Old programmers never die. They just branch out to a new address.
– Anonymous
Old programmers never die. They just can't C as well.
– Anonymous
Old things are always in good repute, present things in disfavor.
– Tacitus
Older men declare war, but it is the youth that must fight and die.
– Herbert Hoover
Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die.
– Herbert Hoover
Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die. And it is youth who must inherit the tribulation, the sorrow and the triumphs that are the aftermath of war.
– Herbert Hoover
Older men declare war. But it is youth that must fight and die. And it is youth who must inherit the tribulation, the sorrow, and the triumphs that are aftermath of war.
– Herbert Hoover
Older women can afford to agree that femininity is a charade, a matter of colored hair, ecru lace and whalebones, the kind of slap and tat that transvestites are in love with, and no more.
– Germaine Greer
Olga is hitting Maria,and Maria is shouting like a big idiot. A Dragoon and a big idiot.
– Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia
Om (AUM) is the truth of all truths, the light of all lights and the destroyer of all illusions.
– Amit Ray
Om is not just a sound or vibration. It is not just a symbol... If you think of Om only as a sound, a technique or a symbol of the Divine, you will miss it altogether. ….. Om is the mysterious cosmic energy that is the substratum of all the things and all the beings of the entire universe. It is an eternal song of the Divine. It is continuously resounding in silence on the background of everything that exists.
– Amit Ray
Omnipotence and omniscience are the end of power and knowledge.
– Dejan Stojanovic
On 16 September 1985, when the Commerce Department announced that the United States had become a debtor nation, the American Empire died.
– Gore Vidal
On a good day, I view the job of president as directing an orchestra. On the dark days, it is more like that of a clutch-engaging the engine to effect forward motion, while taking greater friction.
– A Bartlett Giamatti
On a group of theories one can found a school; but on a group of values one can found a culture, a civilization, a new way of living together among men.
– Ignazio Silone
On a long journey of human life, faith is the best of companions it is the best refreshment on the journey and it is the greatest property.
– Buddha
On a plane you can pick up more and better people than on any other public conveyance since the stagecoach.
– Anita Loos
On a soft snow, even a sparrow leaves a trace; the important thing is to leave a trace on a steel plate!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On account of being a democracy and run by the people, we are the only nation in the world that has to keep a government four years, no matter what it does.
– Will Rogers
On account of us being a democracy and run by the people, we are the only nation in the world that has to keep a government four years, no matter what it does.
– Will Rogers
On action alone be thy interest, Never on its fruits. Let not the fruits of action be thy motive, Nor be thy attachment to inaction.
– Bhagavad Gita
On action alone be thy interest,
Never on its fruits.
Let not the fruits of action be thy motive,
Nor be thy attachment to inaction.

– Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2
On being an actor .nothing more than a worker in a service occupation . It's like being a waiter or a gas station attendant, but I'm waiting on 6 million people in a week if I'm lucky.
– Harrison Ford
On CBS Radio the news of his Ed Murrow's death, reportedly from lung cancer, was followed by a cigarette commercial.
– Alexander Kendrick
On doing another talk show It would be like going back to a relationship. Ever do that You go out with a girl you used to date, she looks so damn good, and then at a certain point you say, Boy, now I remember. I know why I left
– Arsenio Hall
On Fathers Day, we again wish you all happy birthday.
– Ralph Kiner
On hearing of the 1930's miners' strike "What do those earthworms want now?
– Lady Nancy Astor
On her first meeting with he ex-husband, Steven Seagal He reminded me of an alien.
– Kelly Le Brock
On his deathbed Death, the only immortal who treats us all alike, whose pity and whose peace and whose refuse are for all -- the soiled and the pure, the rich and the poor, the loved and the unloved.
– Mark Twain
On life's journey faith is nourishment, virtuous deeds are a shelter, wisdom is the light by day and right mindfulness is the protection by night. If a man lives a pure life, nothing can destroy him.
– Buddha
On love I have no respect for anyone who says they've given up, or that they're not looking or that they're tired. That is to abrogate one's responsibility as a human being.
– Harlan Ellison
On marriage Look for a sweet person. Forget rich.
– Estee Lauder
On Monday mornings I am dedicated to the proposition that all men are created jerks.
– H. Allen Smith, "Let the Crabgrass Grow"
On my income tax 1040 it says 'Check this box if you are blind.' I wanted to put a check mark about three inches away.
– Tom Lehrer
On packing Lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then, take half the clothes and twice the money.
– Susan Butler Anderson
On reflection, one of the things I needed to learn was to allow myself to be loved.
– Isha McKenzie-Mavinga
On September 17, 1914, Erzberger, the well-known German statesman, an eminent member of the Catholic Party, wrote to the Minister of War, General von Falkenhayn, We must not worry about committing an offence against the rights of nations nor about violating the laws of humanity. Such feelings today are of secondary importance? A month later, on October 21, 1914, he wrote in Der Tag, If a way was found of entirely wiping out the whole of London it would be more humane to employ it than to allow the blood of A SINGLE GERMAN SOLDIER to be shed on the battlefield!
– Georges Clémenceau
On stage, I make love to 25,000 people, then I go home alone.
– Janis Joplin
On Thanksgiving Day all over America, families sit down to dinner at the same moment - halftime.
– Unknown
On that day let us solemnly remember the sacrifices of all those who fought so valiantly, on the seas, in the air, and on foreign shores, to preserve our heritage of freedom, and let us reconsecrate ourselves to the task of promoting an enduring peace so that all their efforts shall not have been in vain.
– Dwight D. Eisenhower
On the breakup of Harrison Ford's first marriage It wasn't because he became a star. In all relationships there are changes and the point is both partners have to change together.
– Walter Beakel
On the Earth, you admire the Moon; on the Moon, you admire the Earth!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the edge of destiny, you must test your strength.
– Billy
On the fields of friendly strife are sown the seeds that on other days and other fields will bear the fruits of victory.
– General Douglas MacArthur
On the heights, all paths are paved with daggers.
– Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time
On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog.
– Peter Steiner
On the Law Which has Regulated the Introduction of Species 1855
– Alfred Russel Wallace
On the mountains of truth you can never climb in vain: either you will reach a point higher up today, or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
On the Night of the Halloween, I have never seen any evil apparition or fearsome ghost, but politicians on TV! They are the real goblins and specters!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the outskirts of every agony sits some observant fellow who points.
– Virginia
On the path to truth, you can’t see many people; truth’s way is calm and quiet. Look around you, friend! Are there too many people on the path you walk? If there are, question your path! Get away from the crowds!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the Plains of Hesitation bleach the bones of countless millions, who, at the Dawn of Victory, sat down to wait, and waiting--died
– George W. Cecil
On the PLO : "I agree on the P, I agree on the O, I don't agree on the L
– Menachem Begin
On the plus side, death is one of the few things that can be done as easily lying down.
– Woody Allen, Without Feathers
On the plus side, death is one of the few things that can be done just as easily lying down.
– Woody Allen
On the road from the City of Skepticism, I had to pass through the Valley of Ambiguity. (Powers of Mind, 1975)
– Adam Smith
On the road to Mandalay Where the flyin' fishes play, An' the dawn comes up like thunder outer China 'crost the bay.
– Rudyard Kipling
On the road to success, even little stones may cause you fall down! If you are not serious and careful, forget about reaching your target!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the road to truth, only those who do not know what tiredness and fear means reach the truth!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the road to wisdom, behave like a raven and observe everything carefully!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the road to your target, move cleverly and silently; when you reached your target, be humble and silent!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the roads of failure, it is not uncommon to see the tears of the talented; and in the land of success, to hear the victorious screams of the incompetent!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the soft bed of luxury many kingdoms have expired.
– Andrew Young
On the touchstone of misfortune a man discovers the strength of understanding and of spirit in kinsmen, wife, servants, and himself.
– The Hitopadesa
On the way to truth, walk with the crowds or walk all alone; but walk always and walk under every condition!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On the whole human beings want to be good, but not too good and not quite all the time.
– George Orwell
On the whole human beings want to be good, but not too good, and not quite all the time.
– George Orwell
On the whole, age comes more gently to those who have some doorway into an abstract world-art, or philosophy, or learning-regions where the years are scarcely noticed and the young and old can meet in a pale truthful light.
– Freya Stark
On the whole, I am on the side of the unregenerate who affirms the worth of life as an end in itself, as against the saints who deny it.
– Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
On the wings of lies, man can only fly to the land of shame and lowness!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On thinking about Hell, I gather
My brother Shelley found it was a place
Much like the city of London. I
Who live in Los Angeles and not in London
Find, on thinking about Hell, that it must be
Still more like Los Angeles.

– Bertolt Brecht
On this planet, there are people with talents and people with flaws. The smart ones learn to use their talents, but the happy ones learn to accept their flaws.
– Dick Solomon, 3rd Rock From the Sun
On this shrunken globe, men can no longer live as strangers.
– Adlai Stevenson I
On this subject I do not which to think, or speak, or write, with moderation. No No Tell a man whose house is on fire to give a moderate alarm tell him to moderately rescue his wife from the hands of the ravisher tell the mother to gradually extricate her babe from the fire into which it has fallen but urge me not to use moderation in a cause like the present. I am in earnest I will not equivocate I will not retreat a single inch and I will be heard.
– Lloyd Garrison
On Truth and Happiness........ The search is over as we begin.
– Unknown
On twitter, you may have a zero follower; but in real life, this is not possible because everyone has a shadow!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
On two occasions I have been asked, – "Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?" In one case a member of the Upper, and in the other a member of the Lower, House put this question. I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question.
– Charles Babbage
On with the dance! Let joy be undefined!
– Lord Byron
Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear.
– Harry S Truman
Once a man has made a commitment to a way of life, he puts the greatest strength in the world behind him. It's something we call heart power. Once a man has made his commitment, nothing will stop him short of success.
– Vince Lombardi
Once a man has some money, peace begins to sound good to him.
– Clint Eastwood, Movie: "A Fistful of Dollars," 1964
Once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing and from robbing he comes next to drinking and sabbath-breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination.
– Thamas De Quincey
Once a month the sky falls on my head, I come to and I see another movie I want to make.
– Steven Spielberg
Once a new technology rolls over you, if your're not part of the steamroller, you're part of the road.
– Stewart Brand
Once a newspaper touches a story, the facts are lost forever, even to the protagonists.
– Norman Mailer
Once a woman has forgiven a man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.
– Marlene Dietrich
Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.
– Marlene Dietrich
Once a word has been allowed to escape, it cannot be recalled.
– Horace
Once all struggle is grasped, miracles are possible.
– Mao Zedong
Once an organization loses its spirit of pioneering and rests on its early work, its progress stops.
– Thomas J. Watson
Once blood is shed in a national quarrel reason and right are swept aside by the rage of angry men.
– David Lloyd George
Once conform, once do what other people do because they do it, and a lethargy steals over all the finer nerves and faculties of the soul.
– Virginia Woolf
Once conform, once do what others do because they do it, and a kind of lethargy steals over all the finer senses of the soul.
– Michel Eyquem de Montaigne
Once harm has been done, even a fool understands it.
– Homer
Once he makes up his mind, he's full of indecision. -- On Dwight D. Eisenhower
– Oscar Levant
Once I decide to do something, I can't have people telling me I can't. If there's a roadblock, you jump over it, walk around it, crawl under it.
– Kitty Kelley
Once I had a dog that died of lead poisoning . . . I shot him in the head.
– Tom Zegan
Once I had a dream that I was sleeping.
– Tom Zegan
Once I had the strength but no wisdom now I have the wisdom but no strength.
– Persian Proverb
Once I make up my mind, I'm full of indecision.
– Oscar Levant
Once in a while you get shown the light in the stangest of places if you look at it right.
– Jerry Garcia, Scarlet Bergonias
Once in a while you have to take a break and visit yourself.
– Audrey Giorgi
Once in a while you meet someone, and soon you both discover the two of you are truly something special to each other... you share your thoughts and feelings so relaxed, so openly, and right away you know your friendship's truly meant to be.
– Gary Harrington
Once in seven years I burn all my sermons; for it is a shame if I cannot write better sermons now than I did seven years ago.
– John Wesley
Once in the racket you're always in it.
– Al Capone
Once lead this people into war and they will forget there ever was such a thing as tolerance.
– Woodrow Wilson
Once made equal to man, woman becomes his superior.
– Socrates
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more, Or close the wall up with our English dead In peace there's nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility But when the blast of war blows in our ears, Then imitate the action of the tiger Stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood.
– William Shakespeare
Once people figure out your way of thinking you have lost your true essence. Always let people wonder - you will always be interesting.
– Bongeka Macala
Once respect has been initiated, war is less provocative.
– Andrea Scholer, author and philosopher
Once somebody was nobody for you, but now he/she is everything to you and now you can do anything for him/her without worrying about anyone.
– Vikrant Parsai
Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.
– Italian Proverb
Once the people begin to reason, all is lost.
– Voltaire
Once the realization is accepted that even between the closest human beings infinite distances continue to exist, a wonderful living side by side can grow up, if they succeed in loving the distance between them which makes it possible for each to see each other whole against the sky.
– Rainer Maria Rilke
Once the toothpaste is out of the tube, it's hard to get it back in
– H.R. Haldeman
Once there was The People - Terror gave it birth Once there was The People, and it made a hell of earth Earth arose and crushed it. Listen, oh, ye slain Once there was The People - it shall never be again
– Rudyard Kipling
Once there was The People - Terror gave it birth;
Once there was The People, and it made a hell of earth!
Earth arose and crushed it. Listen, oh, ye slain!
Once there was The People - it shall never be again!

– Rudyard Kipling, As Easy as A.B.C. (1917)
Once upon a time millions applauded and supported Adolf Hitler; ignorant masses often cannot see the simple truths and evidently they do not have the ability to see the very clear ends! The stupidity of the ignorant masses has been proven thousands of times in the history! Each time they follow the wrong leader and in the end fall in the cesspool!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Once upon a time my political opponents honored me as possessing the fabulous intellectual and economic power by which I created a world-wide depression all by myself.
– Herbert Clark Hoover
Once upon a time there was an old country, wrapped up in habit and caution. ... We have to transform our old France into a new country and marry it to its time.
– Charles De Gaulle
Once upon a time--of all the good days in the year, on Christmas Eve--old Scrooge sat busy in his counting-house.
– Charles Dickens
Once we are destined to live out our lives in the prison of our mind, our duty is to furnish it well.
– Peter Ustinov
Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.
– e.e. cummings
Once we have a war there is only one thing to do. It must be won. For defeat brings worse things than any that can ever happen in war.
– Ernest Hemingway
Once when I was in Hawaii, on the island of Kauai, I met a mysterious old stranger. He said he was about to die and wanted to tell someone about the treasure. I said, 'Okay, as long as it's not a long story. Some of us have a plane to catch, you know.' He stared telling his story, about the treasure and his life and all, and I thought 'This story isn't too long.' But then, he kept going, and I started thinking, 'Uh-oh, this story is getting long.' But then the story was over, and I said to myself 'You know, that story wasn't too long after all.' I forget what the story was about, but there was a good movie on the plane. It was a little long, though.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Once you acknowledge that reality is not your enemy, it will no longer be your enemy.
– Ingrid Weir
Once you agree upon the price you and your family must pay for success, it enables you to ignore the minor hurts, the opponent's pressure, and the temporary failures.
– Vince Lombardi
Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We must protect it by changing the world.
– Elie Wiesel
Once you figure out who you are and what you love about yourself, I think it all kinda falls into place."
– Jennifer Aniston
Once you get into this great stream of history, you can't get out.
– Richard Milhous Nixon
Once you get people laughing, they're listening and you can tell them almost anything.
– Herbert Gardner
Once you get to the other side of the fence you realize that grass is just ichie.
– Jamie Rae
Once you have decided to keep a certain pile, it is no longer yours; for you can't spend it.
– Michel de Montaigne
Once you have flown, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward for there you have been, there you long to return.
– Leonardo DaVinci
Once you have mastered time, you will understand how true it is that most people overestimate what they can accomplish in a year -- and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade!
– Tony Robbins
Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers, that the mind can never break off from the journey.
– Pat Conroy
Once you learn how to die, you learn how to live.
– Morrie Schwartz, Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom
Once you love someone, that love lasts forever in the universe. Love never ends. Satan’s big lie was that hatred, fear, sin, and death can sometimes conquer love. No. Time makes them fade, while love endures forever. Love—love in any form whatsoever, any love that is ever loved—remains and is gradually filling the vast expanse of the universe.
– Kittredge Cherry
Once You Love What You Do, You'll Reach What You Are Doin' it For ...
– Ahmed Essam
Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Once you permit those who are convinced of their own superior rightness to censor and silence and suppress those who hold contrary opinions, just at that moment the citadel has been surrendered. For the American citadel is a man. Not man in general. Not man in the abstract. Not the majority of men. But man. That man. His worth. His uniqueness.
– Archibald MacLeish
Once you realize what you really are, you cannot be stopped.
– Bryant McGill
Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results.
– Willie Nelson
Once you take sword in your hand, you will lose your right to talk about the peace! Man of peace and love never takes the sword in his hand!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Once you touch the biographies of human beings, the notion that political beliefs are logically determined collapses like a pricked balloon.
– Irving Layton
Once you've accumulated sufficient knowledge to get by, you're too old to remember it.
– Unknown
Once you've gotten the meaning, you can forget the words.
– Chuang-tzu
Once your mindset changes, everything on the outside will change along with it.
– Steve Maraboli
Once, during Prohibition, I was forced to live for days on nothing but food and water.
– W.C. Fields
Once, power was considered a masculine attribute. In fact, power has no sex.
– Katharine Graham
One ad is worth more to a paper than forty editorials.
– Will Rogers
One advantage of marriage, it seems to me, is that when you fall out of love with him, or he falls out of love with you, it keeps you together until you maybe fall in love again.
– Judith Viorst
One and God make a majority.
– Frederick Douglass
One approaches the journey's end. But the end is a goal, not a catastrophe.
– George Sand
One aspect of modern life which has gone far to stifle men is the rapid growth of tremendous corporations. Enormous spiritual sacrifices are made in the transformation of shopkeepers into employees. The disappearance of free enterprise has led to a submergence of the individual in the impersonal corporation in much the same manner as he has been submerged in the state in other lands.
– William O. Douglas
One attraction of Latin is that you can immerse yourself in the poems of Horace and Catullus without fretting over how to say, Have a nice day.
– Peter Brodie
One bold era in the life of an individual can change the course of civilization.
– Dennis Ruane
One boy is more trouble that a dozen girls.
– English Proverb
One can acquire everything in solitude - except character.
– Marie Henri Beyle
One can acquire everything in solitude except character.
– Stendhal
One can acquire everything in solitude, except character.
– Marie Stendhal
One can always be kind to people about whom one cares nothing.
– Oscar Wilde
One can always trust to time. Insert a wedge of time and nearly everything straightens itself out.
– Norman Douglas
One can change the small minds, but it is tad difficult to do it with the small heart whose soul is in small mind only.
– Anuj Somany
One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar.
– Helen Keller
One can never know how valuable is the paper he is holding. What would we pay for a menu from the feast at Aleutropolis!
– Jose Ortega
One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay in kind somewhere else in life.
– Anne Morrow Lindbergh
One can never Value or enjoy Life more than Valuing or Enjoying the Giver of Life !!
– Vijay Samuel Benjamin
One can pay back the loan of gold, but one dies forever in debt to those who are kind.
– Malayan Proverb
One can say of language that it is potentially the only human home, the only dwelling place that cannot be hostile to man.
– John Berger
One can search the brain with a microscope and not find the mind, and can search the stars with a telescope and not find God.
– J. Gustav White
One can survive everything, nowadays, except death, and live down everything except a good reputation.
– Oscar Wilde
One can't believe impossible things. I dare say you haven't had much practice, said the Queen. When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
– Lewis Carroll
One can't get upset at the dying fields when he is constantly warring with the rain clouds
– Ahmed Korayem
One cannot be always laughing at a man without now and then stumbling on something witty.
– Jane Austen
One cannot be deeply responsive to the world without being saddened very often.
– Erich Fromm
One cannot both feast and become rich.
– Ashanti Proverb
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach.
– Anne Spencer Morrow Lindbergh
One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few and they are more beautiful if they are a few.
– Anne Morrow Lindbergh
One cannot conceive anything so strange and so implausible that it has not already been said by one philosopher or another.
– Rene Descartes
One cannot demand of a scholar that he show himself a scholar everywhere in society, but the whole tenor of his behavior must none the less betray the thinker, he must always be instructive, his way of judging a thing must even in the smallest matters be such that people can see what it will amount to when, quietly and self-collected, he puts this power to scholarly use.
– Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
One cannot fix one's eyes on the commonest natural production without finding food for a rambling fancy.
– Jane Austen
One cannot play chess if one becomes aware of the pieces as living souls and of the fact that the Whites and the Blacks have more in common with each other than with the players. Suddenly one loses all interest in who will be champion.
– Anatol Rapoport
One cannot really discover new oceans unless and until she/he dares to lose sight of the shore, the most familiar territory and the comfort zone.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
One cannot remain the same. Art is a mirror which should show many reflections, and the artist should not always show the same face, or the face becomes a mask.
– Yvette Gilbert, (1865-1944)
One cannot review a bad book without showing off.
– W. H. Auden
One cannot subdue a man by holding back his hands. Lasting peace comes not from force.
– David Borenstein
One cannot weep for the entire world, it is beyond human strength. One must choose.
– Jean Anouilh
One comes to believe whatever one repeats to oneself sufficiently often, whether the statement be true of false. It comes to be dominating thought in one's mind.
– Robert Collier
One common origin unites us all, but every sort of wood does not give the perfume of the lignum aloes.
– Arabic Proverb
One concept corrupts and confuses the others. I am not speaking of the Evil whose limited sphere is ethics; I am speaking of the infinite.
– Jorge Luis Borges
One cool judgment is worth a dozen hasty councils. The thing to do is to supply light and not heat.
– Woodrow Wilson
One cool judgment is worth a thousand hasty councils. The thing is to supply light and not heat
– Woodrow Wilson
One could not be a successful scientist without realizing that, in contrast to the popular conception supported by newspapers and mothers of scientists, a goodly number of scientists are not only narrow-minded and dull, but also just stupid.
– J. D. Watson, "The Double Helix"
One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name.
– Walter Scott
One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. Which road do I take? she asked. Where do you want to go? was his response. I don't know, Alice answered. Then, said the cat, it doesn't matter.
– Lewis Carroll
One day at a time- this is enough. Do not look back and grieve over the past, for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it has not yet come. Live in the present, and make it so beautiful that it will be worth remembering.
– Ida Scott Taylor.
One day GOOGLE will say my name...
– Bharath
One day in Auschwitz I became so dispirited that I couldn't carry on. They had given me a beating, which wasn't exactly a pleasant experience. It was on a Sunday, and I said: 'I can't get up'. Then my comrades said: 'That's impossible, you have to get up, otherwise you're lost'. They went to a Dutch doctor, who worked with the German doctor. He came to me in the barracks and said: 'Get up and come to the hospital barracks early tomorrow morning. I'll talk to the German doctor and make sure you are admitted'. Because of that I survived.
– Otto Frank
One day one of my little nephews came up to me and asked me if the equator was a real line that went around the Earth, or just an imaginary one. I had to laugh. Laugh and laugh. Because I didn't know, and I thought that maybe by laughing he would forget what he asked me.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
One day our descendants will think it incredible that we paid so much attention to things like the amount of melanin in our skin or the shape of our eyes or our gender instead of the unique identities of each of us as complex human beings.
– Franklin Thomas
One day President Roosevelt told me that he was asking publicly for suggestions about what the war should be called. I said at once 'The Unnecessary War'.
– Winston Churchill
One day the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.
– Sigmond Freud
One day we had a conversation where we figured we could just try and predict the stock market... and then we decided it was illegal. So we stopped doing that.
– Eric Schmdit
One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure its worth watching.
– juan gomez
One death is a tragedy. A million deaths is a statistic.
– Josef Stalin
One death is a tragedy; a million is a statistic.
– Joseph Stalin
One dies only once, and then for such a long time
– Moliere
One dies only once, and then for such a long time!
– Molière, Le Dépit Amoureux (1656)
One difference between French appeasement and American appeasement is that France pays ransom in cash and gets its hostages back while the United States pays ransom in arms and gets additional hostages taken.
– William Safire
One does evil enough when one does nothing good.
– German proverb
One does not adopt a new idea, one slips into it.
– Jean-Paul Sartre
One does not discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.
– Andr Gide
One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish a dictatorship.
– George Orwell, 1984
One does not kill oneself for love of a woman, but because love -- any love -- reveals us in our nakedness, our misery, our vulnerability, our nothingness.
– Cesare Pavese
One does not lash hat lies at a distance. The foibles that we ridicule must at least be a little bit our own. Only then will the work be a part of our own flesh. The garden must be weeded.
– Paul Klee
One does not learn how to die by killing others.
– Vicomte de Chateaubriand
One does not love a place the less for having suffered in it unless it has all been suffering, nothing but suffering.
– Jane Austen
One does not make friends. One recognizes them.
– Garth Henrichs
One does not sell the earth upon which the people walk.
– Tshunka Witko
One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time.
– Andre Gide
One doesn't have a sense of humor. It has you.
– Larry Gelbart
One dog barks at something, the rest bark at him.
– Chinese Proverb
One drink is just right two is too many three are too few.
– Danish proverb
One drop of hatred left in the cup of joy turns the most blissful draught into poison.
– Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller
One essential to success is that your desire be an all-obsessing one, your thoughts and aim be coordinated, and your energy be concentrated and applied without letup.
– Claude M. Bristol
One essential to success is that your desire be an all-obsessing one, your thoughts and aims be co-ordinated, and your energy be concentrated and applied without letup.
– Claude M. Bristol
One evening I sat Beauty on my knees --And I found her bitter --And I reviled her.
– Arthur Rimbaud
One filled with joy preaches without preaching.
– Mother Teresa
One foot on Mount Olympus, the other in the kitty litter.
– Brad Mays
One forgets too easily the difference between a man and his image, and that there is none between the sound of his voice on the screen and in real life.
– Robert Bresson
One forgives to the degree that one loves.
– La Rochefoucauld
One form to rule them all, one form to find them, one form to bring them all and in the darkness rewrite the hell out of them
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One friend in a lifetime is much two are many three are hardly possible.
– Henry Adams
One gains universal applause who mingles the useful with the agreeable, at once delighting and instructing the reader.
– Horace
One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time.
– Carl Sagan
One golfer a year is hit by lightning. This may be the only evidence we have of God's existence.
– Steve Aylett, Atom (a novel, 2000)
One good anecdote is worth a volume of biography.
– William Ellery Channing
One good quotation is often worth more than two good friends.
– Vikrant Parsai
One good thing about being young is that you are not experienced enough to know you cannot possibly do the things you are doing.
– Gene Brown
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.
– Bob Marley
One good turn deserves another.
– Gaius Petronius
One great cause of failure is lack of concentration.
– Bruce Lee
One great use of words is to hide our thoughts.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
One had to cram all this stuff into one's mind for the examinations, whether one liked it or not. This coercion had such a deterring effect on me that, after I had passed the final examination, I found the consideration of any scientific problems distasteful to me for an entire year.
– Albert Einstein
One half of the world can not understand the pleasures of the other.
– Jane Austen
One half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other.
– Jane Austen
One hand I extend into myself, the other toward others.
– Dejan Stojanovic
One hand washes the other.
– Seneca
One hand washes the other.
(Manus Manum Lavet)

– Seneca
One has a greater sense of degradation after an interview with a doctor than from any human experience.
– Alice Jones
One has a greater sense of intellectual degradation after an interview with a doctor than from any human experience.
– Alice James
One has but to observe a community of beavers at work in a stream to understand the loss in his sagacity, balance, cooperation, competence, and purpose which Man has suffered since he rose up on his hind legs.... He began to chatter and he developed Reason, Thought, and Imagination, qualities which would get the smartest group of rabbits or orioles in the world into inextricable trouble overnight.
– James Grover Thurber
One has fear in front of a goat, in back of a mule, and on every side of a fool.
– Edgar Watson Howe
One has to be a lowbrow, a bit of a murderer, to be a politician, ready and willing to see people sacrificed, slaughtered, for the sake of an idea, whether a good one or a bad one.
– Henry Miller
One has to be able to count if only so that at fifty one doesn't marry a girl of twenty.
– Maxim Gorky
One has to die a bit to be reborn.
– Marty Metalgod Ross
One has to struggle much because the return for good is evil, and evil reigns.
– Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia
One hopes to achieve the zero option, but in the absence of that we must achieve balanced numbers. (On Soviet and Allied missiles in Europe)
– Margaret Hilda Thatcher
One hour of thoughtful solitude may nerve the heart for days of conflict - girding up its armor to meet the most insidious foe.
– Percival
One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful organizations do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a football team. The first requisite is life, always.
– A. W. Tozer
One hundred sparrow does not make one eagle.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
One hundred years from now, it will not matter what my bank account was, how big my house was, or what kind of car I drove. But the world may be a little better, because I was important in the life of a child.
– Forest Witcraft
One is greater than two amongst three men where only one of them is intelligent!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
One is left with the horrible feeling now that war settles nothing that to win a war is as disastrous as to lose one.
– Agatha Christie
One is left with the horrible feeling now that war settles nothing; that to win a war is as disastrous as to lose one.
– Agatha Christie, Autobiography (1977)
One is never as fortunate or as unfortunate as one thinks.
– La Rochefoucauld
One is never more on trial than in the moment of excessive good fortune.
– Lewis Lew Wallace
One is not born a genius, one becomes a genius.
– Simone de Beauvoir
One is not exposed to danger who, even when in safety is always on their guard.
– Publilius Syrus
One is not idle because one is absorbed. There is both visible and invisible labor. To contemplate is to toil. To think is to do.
– Victor Hugo
One is not superior merely because one sees the world as odious.
– Chateaubriand
One is still what one is going to cease to be and already what one is going to become. One lives one's death, one dies one's life.
– Jean-Paul Sartre
One is tempted to define man as a rational animal who always loses his temper when he is called upon to act in accordance with the dictates of reason.
– Oscar Wilde
One is very crazy when in love.
– Sigmund Freud
One kernel is felt in a hogshead one drop of water helps to swell the ocean a spark of fire helps to give light to the world. None are too small, too feeble, too poor to be of service. Think of this and act.
– Hannah More
One kernel is felt in a hogshead; one drop of water helps to swell the ocean; a spark of fire help to give light to the world. None are too small, too feeble, too poor to be of service. Think of this and act.
– Hannah More
One kernel is felt in a hogshead; one drop of water helps to swell the ocean; a spark of fire helps to give light to the world. None are too small, too feeble, too poor to be of service. Think of this and act.
– Hannah More
One kind word can warm three winter months.
– Japanese Proverb
One leak will sink a ship: and one sin will destroy a sinner.
– John Bunyan
One learns compromise by accepting the good with the bad.
– Vikrant Parsai
One life - a little gleam of Time between two Eternities.
– Thomas Carlyle
One likes people much better when they're battered down by a prodigious siege of misfortune than when they triumph.
– Virginia
One lives in the hope of becoming a memory.
– Antonio Porchia
One look around us ought to show that all our arbitrary measures and bounds have been clamped on us by mankind.
– Author Unknown
One loses all the time which he might employ to better purpose.
– Jean-Jacques Rousseau
One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man.
– Elbert Hubbard
One main reason the US has been able to prevent its currency and economy from collapsing, despite the latest wars, huge debt and massive currency printing, is because the dollar is the de-facto standard for international trade and reserve currency.
– Med Jones
One man alone can be pretty dumb sometimes, but for real bona fide stupidity, there ain't nothin' can beat teamwork.
– Edward Abbey
One man envies the success in life of another, and hates him in secret; nor is he willing to give him good advice when he is consulted, except it be by some wonderful effort of good feeling, and there are, alas, few such men in the world. A real friend, on the other hand, exults in his friend?s happiness, rejoices in all his joys, and is ready to afford him the best advice.
– Herodotus
One man has enthusiasm for 30 minutes, another for 30 days, but it is the man who has it for 30 years who makes a success of his life.
– Edward B. Butler
One man may hit the mark, another blunder but heed not these distinctions. Only from the alliance of the one, working with and through the other, are great things born.
– Antoine De Saint-Exupery
One man may hit the mark, another blunder; but heed not these distinctions. Only from the alliance of the one, working with and through the other, are great things born.
– Antoine de Saint-Exupery
One man scorned and covered with scars still strove with his last ounce of courage to reach the unreachable stars and the world will be better for this.
– Miguel de Cervantes
One man scorned and covered with scars still strove with his last ounce of courage to reach the unreachable stars; and the world will be better for this.
– Joe Darion, "The Impossible Dream"
One man that has a mind and knows it can always beat ten men who haven't and don't.
– George Bernard Shaw
One man was so mad at me that he ended his letter Beware. You will never get out of this world alive.
– John Ernst Steinbeck
One man with courage is a majority.
– Thomas Jefferson
One man with courage makes a majority.
– Andrew Old Hickory Jackson
One man's folly is another man's wife.
– Helen Rowland
One man's justice is another's injustice one man's beauty another's ugliness one man's wisdom another's folly.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
One man's religion is another man's belly laugh.
– Robert Anson Heinlein
One man's remorse is another man's reminiscence.
– Ogden Nash
One man's trash ends up another man's wife.
– Tom Zegan
One man's word is no man's word we should quietly hear both sides.
– Johann von Goethe
One mark of a second-rate mind is to be always telling stories.
– Jean de La Bruyère
One may as well be asleep as to read for anything but to improve his mind and morals, and regulate his conduct.
– Sterne
One may discover a new side to his most intimate friend when for the first time he hears him speak in public. He will be stranger to him as he is more familiar to the audience. The longest intimacy could not foretell how he would behave then
– Henry David Thoreau
One may discover a new side to his most intimate friend when for the first time he hears him speak in public. He will be stranger to him as he is more familiar to the audience. The longest intimacy could not foretell how he would behave then.
– Henry David Thoreau
One may have a blazing hearth in one's soul and yet no one ever come to sit by it. Passersby see only a wisp of smoke from the chimney and continue on the way.
– Vincent Van Gogh
One may no more live in the world without picking up the moral prejudices of the world than one will be able to go to hell without perspiring.
– Henry Louis Mencken
One may not reach the dawn save by the path of the night.
– Khalil Gibran
One may walk over the highest mountain one step at a time.
– John Wanamaker
One meets his destiny often in the road he takes to avoid it.
– French Proverb
One might equate growing up with a mistrust of words. A mature person trusts his eyes more than his ears. Irrationality often manifests itself in upholding the word against the evidence of the eyes. Children, savages and true believers remember far less what they have seen than what they have heard.
– Eric Hoffer
One might well say that mankind is divisible into two great classes: hosts and guests.
– Max Beerbohm
One mind awake can awaken another, The second awake can awaken their next door brother. Three awake can awaken the town By turning the whole place upside down. Many awake can make such a fuss That they finally awaken the rest of us.
– Helen Kromer
One murder makes a villain, millions a hero.
– Beilby Porteus, Death, A Poem
One must also accept that one has 'uncreative' moments. The more honestly one can accept that, the quicker these moments will pass.
– Etty Hillesum
One must ask children and birds how cherries and strawberries taste.
– Johann von Goethe
One must be a fox in order to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten off wolves.
– Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince
One must be a god to be able to tell successes from failures without making a mistake.
– Anton Chekhov
One must be a living man and a posthumous artist.
– Jean Cocteau
One must be a somebody before they can have a enemy. One must be a force before he can be resisted by another force.
– Sophie Swetchine
One must be a wise reader to quote wisely and well.
– Amos Bronson Alcott
One must be poor to know the luxury of giving!
– Georges Eliot, Middlemarch
One must be poor to know the luxury of giving.
– George Eliot
One must desire something to be alive.
– Margaret Deland
One must do violence to the object of one's desire when it surrenders, the pleasure is greater.
– Marquis de Sade
One must fight for a life of action, not reaction.
– Rita Mae Brown
One must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises one makes.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
One must have a heart of stone to read the death of Little Nell without laughing.
– Oscar Wilde
One must know oneself, if this does not serve to discover truth, it at least serves as a rule of life and there is nothing better.
– Blaise Pascal
One must love a cat on its own terms.
– Peter Gray
One must marry one's feelings to one's beliefs and ideas. That is probably the only way to achieve a measure of harmony in one's life.
– Etty Hilsum
One must never lose time in vainly regretting the past or in complaining against the changes which cause us discomfort, for change is the essence of life.
– Anatole France
One must not always think that feeling is everything. Art is nothing without form.
– Gustave Flaubert
One must not be mean with the affections what is spent of the fund is renewed in the spending itself.
– Sigmund Freud
One must not lose desires. They are mighty stimulants to creativeness, to love, and to long life.
– Alexander A. Bogomoletz
One must pass through the circumference of time before arriving at the center of opportunity.
– Baltasar Gracián y Morales
One must really have suffered oneself to help others.
– Mother Theresa
One must somehow find a way of loving the world without trusting it; somehow one must love the world without being worldly.
– G.K. Chesterton
One must still have chaos in oneself to give birth to a dancing star.
– Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra
One must think like a hero to behave like a merely decent human being.
– May Sarton
One must work really hard to reach the top, especially the one who is at the bottom.
– Vikrant Parsai
One need not be a chamber to be haunted;
One need not be a house;
The brain has corridors surpassing
Material place.

– Emily Dickinson
One needs to be slow to form convictions, but once formed they must be defended against the heaviest odds.
– Mahatma Gandhi
One never goes so far as when one doesn't know where one is going.
– Johann von Goethe
One never knows what each day is going to bring. The important thing is to be open and ready for it.
– Henry Moore
One never learns by success. Success is the plateau that one rests upon to take breath and look down from upon the straight and difficult path, but one does not climb upon a plateau.
– Josephine Preston Peabody
One never notices what has been done one can only see what remains to be done.
– Marie Curie
One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done.
– Marie Curie, letter to her brother, 1894
One never reaches home, but wherever friendly paths intersect the whole world looks like home for a time.
– Hermann Hesse
One of my strongly held belief is that the best of all things is yet to come. Now, that's why I'm never bothered about anything that I've lost. And I urge you too, never mind whatever that you've lost. For, surely the best of all things is yet to come.
– Emeasoba George
One of rarest things that a man ever does is to do the best he can.
– Josh Billings
One of the advantages of being a captain is being able to ask for advice without necessarily having to take it.
– William Shatner as Kirk, in "Dagger of the Mind"
One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.
– Alan Alexander Milne
One of the amusements of idleness is reading without the fatigue of attention, and the world, therefore, swarms with writers whose wish is not to be studied but to be read.
– Johnson
One of the best rules in conversation is, never to say a thing which any of the company can reasonably wish had been left unsaid.
– Jonathan Swift
One of the best things any human must do, is to bleed for the others.
– Lot Chakonza
One of the chief misfortunes of honest people is that they are cowardly.
– Voltaire
One of the chief obstacles to intelligence is credulity, and credulity could be enormously diminished by instructions as to the prevalent forms of mendacity. Credulity is a greater evil in the present day than it ever was before, because, owing to the growth of education, it is much easier than it used to be to spread misinformation, and, owing to democracy, the spread of misinformation is more important than in former times to the holders of power.
– Bertrand Russell
One of the commonalities between many movies that come from Asian subcontinent is their strange and distasteful sense of humor to make fun of disabled, fat, ugly and less fortunate people , in general. It's a shocking observation that is truly disturbing, when you thin about it. Making fun of fat people won't make anybody any thinner, likewise making fun of ugly people won't make them any prettier either. Also, making fun of unsuccessful people won't necessarily make the mocker more successful. So why movie-makers and actors stoop to such low level of humor? It's best to leave those fellow human beings in the hands of the Sureme Power who created them. And the hard-hearted movie-makers and actors should, instead of making fun of people, work on improving themselves. We all are God's Children, and we must treat each other with respect and dignity.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
One of the commonest mistakes is thinking your worries are over when your children get married.
– Kin Hubbard
One of the delights known to age, and beyond the grasp of youth, is that of Not Going.
– J.B. Priestley
One of the diseases of this age is the multitude of books. It is a thriftless and a thankless occupation, this writing of books: a man were better to sing in a cobbler?s shop, for his pay is a penny a patch; but a book-writer, if he get sometimes a few commendations from the judicious, he shall be sure to reap a thousand reproaches from the malicious.
– Barnaby Rich
One of the extraordinary things about human events is that the unthinkable becomes thinkable.
– Salman Rushdie
One of the few good things about modern times If you die horribly on television, you will not have died in vain. You will have entertained us.
– Kurt Vonnegut
One of the few good things about modern times: If you die horribly on television, you will not have died in vain. You will have entertained us.
– Kurt Vonnegut, "Cold Turkey", In These Times, May 10, 2004
One of the first duties of the physician is to educate the masses not to take medicine.
– William Osler
One of the fondest expressions around is that we can't be the world's policeman. But guess who gets called when suddenly someone needs a cop.
– Colin
One of the fundamental reasons why so many doctors become cynical and disillusioned is precisely because, when the abstract idealism has worn thin, they are uncertain about the value of the actual lives of the patients they are treating. This is not because they are callous or personally inhuman: it is because they live in and accept a society which is incapable of knowing what a human life is worth.
– John Berger
One of the great attractions of patriotism -- it fulfills our worst wishes. In the person of our nation we are able, vicariously, to bully and cheat. Bully and cheat, what's more, with a feeling that we are profoundly virtuous.
– Aldous Huxley
One of the great disadvantages of hurry is that it takes such a long time.
– G. K. Chesterton
One of the great dreams of man must be to find some place between the extremes of nature and civilization where it is possible to live without regret.
– Barry Lopez
One of the great mistakes that can be made by a man of my age is to get involved in athletic competition with children--unless, of course, they are under six. And even then, stay away from hide-and-seek.
– Bill Cosby, Time Flies
One of the greatest casualties of the war in Vietnam is the Great Society ... shot down on the battlefield of Vietnam.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
One of the greatest delusions in the world is the hope that the evils in this world are to be cured by legislation.
– Thomas B. Reed
One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn't do.
– Henry Ford
One of the greatest feelings you'll ever get - knowing that you are the reason behind another persons' smile.
– Biyoo
One of the greatest joys to me is making every single person in the audience laugh and forget their worries.
– Mark Elias
One of the greatest kings that ever was
– Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
One of the greatest necessities in America is to discover creative solitude.
– Carl Sandburg
One of the greatest pains to human nature is the pain of a new idea.
– Walter Bagehot
One of the greatest pieces of economic wisdom is to know what you do not know.
– John Kenneth Galbraith
One of the greatest pleasures of music is to make other people listen to it; to feel, for just a moment, a tiny part of an ideal world in which everything is good, beautiful, harmony, love.
– Raphael Sommer
One of the greatest victories you can gain over someone is to beat him at politeness.
– Josh Billings
One of the grotesqueries of present-day American life is the amount of reasoning that goes into displaying the wisdom secreted in bad movies while proving that modern art is meaningless. They have put into practice the notion that a bad art work cleverly interpreted according to some obscure Method is more rewarding than a masterpiece wrapped in silence.
– Harold Rosenberg
One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can't utter.
– James Earl Jones
One of the hardest things in this world is to admit you are wrong. And nothing is more helpful in resolving a situation than its frank admission.
– Benjamin Disreali
One of the illusions of life is that the present hour is not the critical, decisive hour. Write it on your heart that every day is the best day of the year.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
One of the indictments of civilizations is that happiness and intelligence are so rarely found in the same person.
– William Feather
One of the keys to be happy is to always get in touch with oneself.
– Vikrant Parsai
One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.
– Rita Mae Brown
One of the lessons of history is that nothing is often a good thing to do and always a clever thing to say.
– Will Durant
One of the major reasons for the downfall in many relationships is; too much “me” in “we”.
– Vikrant Parsai
One of the many lessons that one learns in prison is, that things are what they are and will be what they will be.
– Oscar Wilde
One of the many major problems with governing people is that of whom you get to do it; or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them: It is a well known fact, that those people who most want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it. Anyone who is capable of getting themselves into a position of power should on no account be allowed to do the job. Another problem with governing people is people.
– Douglas Adams
One of the many ways of managing peers is to knock them down so heavily, whenever we find them on their wrong foot, that they loose the courage of raising their voice when we are wrong.
– B. J. Gupta
One of the most adventurous things left us is to go to bed. For no one can lay a hand on our dreams.
– E. V. Lucas
One of the most appalling comments on our present way of life is that half of all the beds in our hospitals are reserved for patients with nervous and mental troubles, patients who have collapsed under the crushing burden of accumulated yesterdays and fearful tomorrows. Yet a vast majority of those people would be walking the streets today, leading happy, useful lives, if they had only heeded the words of Jesus: "Have no anxiety about the morrow"; or the words of Sir William Osler; "Live in day-tight compartments.
– Dale Carnegie
One of the most basic principles for making and keeping peace within and between nations. . . is that in political, military, moral, and spiritual confrontations, there should be an honest attempt at the reconciliation of differences before resorting to combat.
– James Earl Jimmy Carter, Jr.
One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to understand and to be understood.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
One of the most difficult tasks confronting philosophers is to descend from the world of thought to the actual world. Language is the immediate actuality of thought. Just as philosophers have given thought an independent existence, so they were bound to make language into an independent realm.
– Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, German Ideology, Chapter 3
One of the most difficult things to contend with in a hospital is that assumption on the part of the staff that because you have lost your gall bladder you have also lost your mind.
– Jean Kerr
One of the most effectual ways of pleasing and of making one's self loved is to be cheerful joy softens more hearts than tears do.
– Mme. de Sartory
One of the most important jobs of the youth is to make the elderly happy.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
One of the most important things one can do in life is to brutally question every single thing you are taught.
– Bryant McGill
One of the most obvious facts about grownups to a child is that they have forgotten what it is like to be a child.
– Randall Jarrell
One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.
– Bryant McGill
One of the most spiritual things that can happen to you is a human breakthrough."
– Steve Maraboli
One of the most striking differences between a cat and a lie is that a cat has only nine lives.
– Mark Twain
One of the most sublime experiences we can ever have is to wake up feeling healthy after we have been sick.
– Rabbi Harold Kushner
One of the most sublime experiences we can ever have to to wake up feeling healthy after we have been sick.
– Rabbi Harold Kushner
One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon-instead of enjoying the roses blooming outside our windows today.
– Dale Carnegie
One of the most tragicomic things in life is that when a man makes an imaginary thing – such as a religion – as his own flag and carries it all his life and even dies for it! An intelligent man has only one flag: Flag of reason and science!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
One of the most untruthful things possible, you know, is a collection of facts, because they can be made to appear so many different ways.
– Dr. Karl Menninger
One of the oldest and well-accepted myths, which is the greatest enemy of truth in my view, is that one simply cannot maintain the best quality of life without consuming hazardous, toxic, and depleting substances. This myth has been persistent but unrealistic. Today, Innovative Scientists and Brilliant Green Chemistry Followers are defying this ancient myth of trade-off and "quid pro quo" - by apprpriately designing their chemical reactions, and selecting non-hazardous alternatives to otherwise toxic reagents. That's the way to to go! We must think Green, to keep our Beautiful Mother Earth Fresh and Clean - at all times.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
One of the peculiar sins of the twentieth century which we've developed to a very high level is the sin of credulity. It has been said that when human beings stop believing in God they believe in nothing. The truth is much worse: they believe in anything.
– Malcolm Muggeridge
One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.
– Plato
One of the reasons mature people stop learning is that they become less and less willing to risk failure.
– John W. Gardner
One of the saddest things is that the only thing that a man can do for eight hours a day, day after day, is work. You can't eat eight hours a day nor drink for eight hours a day nor make love for eight hours --all you can do for eight hours is work. Which is the reason why man makes himself and everybody else so miserable and unhappy.
– William Faulkner
One of the secrets of a happy life is continuous small treats.
– Iris Murdoch
One of the secrets of life is to make stepping stones out of stumbling blocks.
– Jack Penn
One of the self-authenticating truths which we come at last to acknowledge is this strange fact that we know that for the evil in our lives we ourselves are responsible, but for the good God alone deserves the praise.
– John L. Casteel
One of the serious obstacles to the improvement of our race is indiscriminate charity.
– Andrew Carnegie
One of the signs of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important.
– Bertrand Russell
One of the signs of passing youth is the birth of a sense of fellowship with other human beings as we take our place among them.
– Virginia
One of the simple but genuine pleasures in life is getting up in the morning and hurrying to a mousetrap you set the night before.
– Kin Hubbard
One of the strangest things about life is that the poor, who need the money the most, are the ones that never have it.
– Finley Peter Dunne
One of the sublimest things in the world is plain truth.
– Edward Bulwer-Lytton
One of the surest evidences of an elevated taste is the power of enjoying works of impassioned terrorism, in poetry, and painting. The man who can look at impassioned subjects of terror with a feeling of exultation may be certain he has an elevated taste.
– Benjamin Haydon
One of the surest evidences of friendship that one individual can display to another is telling him gently of a fault. If any other can excel it, it is listening to such a disclosure with gratitude, and amending the error.
– Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer-Lytton
One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important.
– Bertrand Russell
One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.
– Arnold Glasgow
One of the things about being a grown-up is learning how to act right even when you feel wrong.
– Sean Stewart, Perfect Circle, 2004
One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn't pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore your faith in yourself.
– Lucille Ball
One of the things that has helped me as much as any other, is not how long I am going to live, but how much I can do while living.
– George Washington Carver
One of the things that is wrong with America is that everybody who has done anything at all in his own field is expected to be an authority on every subject under the sun.
– Elmer Davis
One of the things that keeps you from dropping them in the nearest volcano is that you had to work too hard to get them. You had to cry, you had to scream, you had to sweat, you had to cuss out health care officials, and when that's all over with, you'll be willing to put up with a lot more from your kids.
– Barbara Hall
One of the things that makes God different from people is that God is always available to listen.
– Rabbi David Wolpe
One of the universal rules of happiness is: always be wary of any helpful item that weighs less than its operating manual.
– Terry Pratchett, Jingo
One of the weaknesses of our age is our apparent inability to distinguish our need from our greed.
– Author Unknown
One of these days in your travels, a guy is going to come up to you and show you a nice brand-new deck of cards on which the seal is not yet broken, and this guy is going to offer to bet you that he can make the Jack of Spades jump out of the deck and squirt cider in your ear. But, son, do not bet this man, for as sure as you are standing there, you are going to end up with an earful of cider.
– Damon Runyon
One of these days, the people are going to demand peace of the government, and the government is going to have to give it to them.
– Dwight Eisenhower
one of worst enemies can be the same person you trust the most. for they know everything you don't want anyone else to know.
– Meylin D. Bojorge
One often calms one's grief by recounting it.
– Pierre Corneille
One often contradicts an opinion when what is uncongenial is really the tone in which it was conveyed.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
One on God's side is a majority.
– Wendell Phillips
One only dies once, and if one does not die well, a good opportunity is lost and will not present itself again.
– Dr. Jose P. Rizal
One only needs two tools in life WD-40 to make things go, and duct tape to make them stop.
– G. Weilacher
One only needs two tools in life: WD-40 to make things go, and duct tape to make them stop.
– G. Weilacher
One ought every day at least to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and, if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Unknown
One ought never to turn one's back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half.
– Winston Churchill
One ought only to write when one leaves a piece of ones flesh in the ink-pot each time one dips one's pen.
– Leo Tolstoy
One ought to seek out virtue for its own sake, without being influenced by fear or hope, or by any external influence. Moreover, that in that does happiness consist.
– Diogenes Laertius, Zeno
One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture and, if possible, speak a few reasonable words.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and, if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words.
– Johann von Goethe
One path alone leads to a life of peace The path of virtue.
– Juvenal
One path alone leads to a life of peace: The path of virtue.
– Juvenal
One person can have a profound effect on another. And two people...well, two people can work miracles. They can change a whole town. They can change the world.
– Andrew Schneider
One person with a belief is equal to a force of 99 who have only interests.
– John Stuart Mill
One persons left hand, will cost a friend their right hand.
– Victor Dean Collins
One picture is worth a thousand words.
– Fred R. Barnard
One player practicing sportsmanship is far better than fifty preaching it.
– Knute Kenneth Rockne
One pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it.
– Persian Proverb
One precedent creates another and they soon accumulate and constitute law. What yesterday was a fact, today is doctrine.
– Junius
One problem with gazing too frequently into the past is that we may turn around to find the future has run out on us.
– Michael Cibenko
One question can make all the difference between your success or failure. A winner asks how it will be done. A loser asks why it cannot be done. Asking how to succeed, helps you find a way. Asking why you will fail, gives you an excuse to stay.
– Med Jones
One quick and effective solution to the global economic crisis is a global economic and political reset. A global economic reset means that world leaders can come together to agree on debt forgiveness to all nations and restructuring of the global economy. Friends and enemies alike, no exceptions. To be fair to nations with lesser debts, they could be compensated on a ratio basis to enjoy treasury surpluses. A new international trade and reserve currency will probably be established to create a fair global economic system and to implement the reset. This could bring a new era of global prosperity and socioeconomic exchange. This is a much better alternative than currency wars, international hostilities and continuous risks of global socioeconomic shocks.
– Med Jones
One reason I don't drink is that I want to know when I am having a good time.
– Lady Nancy Astor
One reason the human race has such a low opinion of itself is that it gets so much of its wisdom from writers.
– Wilfrid Sheed
One repays a teacher badly if one only remains a pupil.
– Nietzsche
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.
– J. R. R. Tolkien
One Ring to rule them all,
One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all
and in the darkness bind them.

– J. R. R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring, 1954, chapter 2
One runs the risk of weeping a little, if one allows himself to be tamed.
– Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince
One said of suicide, As long as one has brains one should not blow them out. And another answered, But when one has ceased to have them, too often one cannot.
– F. H. Bradley
One ship drives east and other drives west by the same winds that blow. It's the set of the sails and not the gales that determines the way they go.
– Ella Wheeler Wilcox
One should absorb the colour of life, but one should never remember its details. Details are always vulgar.
– Oscar Wilde
One should always be in love. That is the reason one should never marry.
– Oscar Wilde
One should always be wary of anyone who promises that their love will last longer than a weekend.
– Quentin Crisp
One should always play fairly when one has the winning cards.
– Oscar Wilde
One should as a rule respect public opinion in so far as is necessary to avoid starvation and to keep out of prison, but anything that goes beyond this is voluntary submission to an unnecessary tyranny, and is likely to interfere with happiness in all kinds of ways.
– Bertrand Russell
One should be abnormal to make things normal
– Usman Durez
One should be just as careful in choosing one's pleasures as in avoiding calamities.
– Chinese Proverb
One should be more concerned about what his conscience whispers than about what other people shout.
– Author Unknown
One should believe in marriage as in the immortality of the soul.
– Honore' de Balzac
One should count each day a separate life.
– Seneca
One should die proudly when it is no longer possible to live proudly.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.
– Oscar Wilde
One should guard against preaching to young people success in the customary form as the main aim in life. The most important motive for work in school and in life is pleasure in work, pleasure in its result, and the knowledge of the value of the result to the community.
– Albert Einstein
One should never criticize his own work except in a fresh and hopeful mood. The self-criticism of a tired mind is suicide.
– Charles Horton Cooley
One should never direct people towards happiness, because happiness too is an idol of the market-place. One should direct them towards mutual affection. A beast gnawing at its prey can be happy too, but only human beings can feel affection for each other, and this is the highest achievement they can aspire to.
– Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn
One should never know too precisely whom one has married.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
One should never put on one's best trousers to go out to battle for freedom and truth.
– Henrik Ibsen
One should not confuse the craving for life with endorsement of it.
– Elias Canetti
One should not lose one's temper unless one is certain of getting more and more angry to the end.
– William Butler Yeats
One should not stand at the foot of a sick person's bed, because that place is reserved for the guardian angel.
– Jewish Folk Saying
One should only see a psychiatrist out of boredom.
– Muriel Spark
One should respect public opinion insofar as is necessary to avoid starvation and keep out of prison, but anything that goes beyond this is voluntary submission to an unnecessary tyranny.
– Bertrand Russell
One should take good care not to grow too wise for so great a pleasure of life as laughter.
– Joseph Addison
One single grateful thought raised to heaven is the most perfect prayer.
– G. E. Lessing
One sometimes feels a guest of one's time and not a member of its household.
– George Frost Kennan
One survey found that ten percent of Americans thought Joan of Arc was Noah's wife....
– Robert Whitney Boynton
One swallow does not make a summer.
– Aristotle
One that hath wine as a chain about his wits, such a one lives no life at all.
– Alcaeus
One that would have the fruit must climb the tree.
– Thomas Fuller
One thing a computer can do that most humans can't is be sealed up in a cardboard box and sit in a warehouse.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
One thing about my Aunt Nadie She was gruff on the outside, but if you ever needed something, like a spanking or a scolding, she'd give it to you.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
One thing about the school of experience is that it will repeat the lesson if you flunk the first time.
– Author Unknown
One thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast withers as rapidly; and that which grows slow endures.
– Josiah Gilbert Holland
One thing groupies will never understand is that they all start blending together. There is nothing unique about them and yet they all think they are the right one for me. I know the right one for me and her name is Tina and no matter how our paths come together and divide us as the years pass. She is and will always be the one for me.
– John McNerney
One thing I can say about George...he may not be able to keep a job, but he's not boring.
– Barbara Bush
One thing I've learned in all these years is not to make love when you really don't feel it there's probably nothing worse you can do to yourself than that.
– Norman Mailer
One thing is all things. To resolve one matter, one must resolve all matters. Changing one thing changes all things. Once I made the decision to sow rice in the fall, I found that I could also stop transplanting, and plowing, and applying chemical fertilizers, and preparing compost, and spraying pesticides.
– Masanobu Fukuoka
One thing is clear to me. You cant know everything youd like to know. You cant do everything youd like to do. You cant read everything youd like to read. You must hold onto some things and let go of others. Learning to make that choice is one of the big lessons of this life.
– Real Live Preacher
One thing kids like is to be tricked. For instance, I was going to take my little nephew to Disneyland, but instead I drove him to an old burned-out warehouse. 'Oh, no,' I said, 'Disneyland burned down.' He cried and cried, but I think that deep down, he thought it was a pretty good joke. I started to drive over to the real Disneyland, but it was getting pretty late.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
One thing life has taught me if you are interested, you never have to look for new interests. They come to you. When you are genuinely interested in one thing, it will always lead to something else.
– Roosevelt, Eleanor
One thing life has taught me: if you are interested, you never have to look for new interests. They come to you. When you are genuinely interested in one thing, it will always lead to something else.
– Eleanor Roosevelt
One thing vampire children have to be taught early on is, don't run with a wooden stake.
– Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
One thing we know for sure is that change is certain, progress is not.
– Hilary Clinton
One thing you can give and still keep is your word.
– Author Unknown
One thing you can't recycle is wasted time.
– Anonymous
One thing you will probably remember well is any time you forgive and forget.
– Franklin P. Jones
One thing you will probably remember well is anytime you forgive and forget.
– Franklin P. Jones
One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.
– James Russell Lowell
One time a waitress asked me how I wanted my eggs, I said "Cooked"
– Tom Zegan
One truly cannot be described, If the one doing the describing Has a bad attitude.
– Unknown
One very important ingredient of success is a good, wide-awake, persistent, tireless enemy.
– Frank Shutts
One voice can enter ten ears, but ten voices cannot enter one ear.
– Leone Levi
One was never married, and that's his hell; another is, and that's his plague.
– Robert Burton
One watches them on the seashore, all the people, and there is something pathetic, almost wistful in them, as if they wished their lives did not add up to this scaly nullity of possession, but as if they could not escape. It is a dragon that has devoured us all: these obscene, scaly houses, this insatiable struggle and desire to possess, to possess always and in spite of everything, this need to be an owner, lest one be owned. It is too hideous and nauseating. Owners and owned, they are like the two sides of a ghastly disease. One feels a sort of madness come over one, as if the world had become hell. But it is only superimposed: it is only a temporary disease. It can be cleaned away.
– D. H. Lawrence
One way to get rid of your weight is to leave it on your plate.
– Vikrant Parsai
One weeps not save when one is afraid, and that is why kings are tyrants.
– Marquis de Sade
One who condones evil is just as guilty as the one who perpetrates it.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
One who condones evils is just as guilty as the one who perpetrates it.
– Martin Luther King Jr.
One who does not act in accordance to the deep voice of his inner conscience can't be honest, truthful, trustworthy, loyal and faithful to anyone.
– Anuj Somany
One who does not like to read is equal to one who cannot read.
– Vikrant Parsai
One who does not obey the parents’ word will be taught by the world.
– Vikrant Parsai
One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity.
– Albert Schweitzer
One who is not moved by words is rarely moved by the stick.
– Vikrant Parsai
One who is too insistent on his own views finds few to agree with him.
– Lao Tzu
One who is too wise an observer of the business of others, like one who is too curious in observing the labor of bees, will often be stung for his curiosity.
– Alexander Pope
One who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction, is intelligent among men.
– Bhagavad Gita
One who shows signs of mental aberration is, inevitably, perhaps, but cruelly, shut off from familiar, thoughtless intercourse, partly excommunicated; his isolation is unwittingly proclaimed to him on every countenance by curiosity, indifference, aversion, or pity, and in so far as he is human enough to need free and equal communication and feel the lack of it, he suffers pain and loss of a kind and degree which others can only faintly imagine, and for the most part ignore.
– Charles Cooley
One who sits between two chairs may easily fall down.
– Romanian Proverb
One who thinks by the inch and talks by the mile should be kicked by the foot.
– Unknown
ONE WHO WAITS There are those who believe that time is a wheel turning forever. Which would mean that your moment will surely come. Then, there are those who believe that time is a river. Which, if that's true, it's possible that your moment has already flowed by. ED Which one do you think it is ONE WHO WAITS Ah. I think that time is just time.
– Geoffrey Neighor
One who walks in another's tracks leaves no footprints.
– Proverb
One who's our friend is fond of us one who's fond of us isn't necessarily our friend.
– Geoffrey F. Albert
One whose chief regard is for his own mind, and for the divinity within him and the service of its goodness, will strike no poses, utter no complaints, and crave neither for solitude nor yet for a crowd. Best of all, his life will be free from continual pursuing and avoiding.
– Marcus Aurelius, Meditations – Book Three
One will rarely err if extreme actions be ascribed to vanity, ordinary actions to habit, and mean actions to fear.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
One with the law is a majority.
– Calvin Coolidge
One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life That word is love.
– Sophocles
One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life: That word is love.
– Sophocles
One word of encouragement during a failure is worth more than an hour of praise after success.
– Sana Dabbas
One word of wisdom is as good as a hundred ordinary words.
– Vikrant Parsai
One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is 'to be prepared'.
– Dan Quayle
One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is to be prepared.
– Dan Quayle
One word
Frees us of all the weight and pain of life:
That word is love.

– Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus
One would like to be grand and heroic, if one could; but if not, why try at all? One wants to be very something, very great, very heroic; or if not that, then at least very stylish and very fashionable. It is this everlasting mediocrity that bores me.
– Harriet Beecher Stowe
One writes of scars healed, a loose parallel to the pathology of the skin, but there is no such thing in the life of an individual. There are open wounds, shrunk sometimes to the size of a pin-prick but wounds still. The marks of suffering are more comparable to the loss of a finger, or the sight of an eye. We may not miss them, either, for one minute in a year, but if we should there is nothing to be done about it.
– F. Scott Fitzgerald
One's destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things.
– Henry Miller
One's dignity may be assaulted, vandalized and cruelly mocked, but cannot be taken away unless it is surrendered.
– Michael J. Fox
One's family is the most important thing in life. I look at it this way One of these days I'll be over in a hospital somewhere with four walls around me. And the only people who'll be with me will be my family.
– Robert C. Byrd
One's first book, kiss, home run, is always the best.
– Clifton Fadiman
One's first step in wisdom is to question everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything.
– Georg Christoph Lichtenberg
One's friends are that part of the human race with which one can be human.
– George Santayana
One's life story cannot be told with complete veracity. A true autobiography would have to be written in states of mind, emotions, heartbeats, smiles and tears not in months and years, or physical events. Life is marked off on the soul by feelings, not by dates.
– Helen Keller
One's mind has a way of making itself up in the background, and it suddenly becomes clear what one means to do.
– A. C. Benson
One's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.
– Oliver Wendell Holmes
One's own self conquered is better than all other people.
– The Dhammapada
One's own thought is one's world. What a person thinks is what he becomes.
– Maitri Upanishads
One's philosophy is not best expressed in words it is expressed in the choices one makes...and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.
– Roosevelt, Eleanor
One's prime is elusive. You little girls, when you grow up, must be on the alert to recognize your prime at whatever time of your life it may occur. You must live it to the full.
– Muriel Spark
One's real life is often the life that one does not lead.
– Oscar Wilde
One's religion is whatever he is most interested in, and yours is Success.
– Joseph Addison
One's religion is whatever one is most interested in.
– James Barrie
One, a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm Two, a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law Three, a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
– Isaac Asimov
One, a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm;
Two, a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; Three, a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

– Isaac Asimov, Laws of Robotics from I. Robot, 1950
One-fifth of the people are against everything all the time.
– Robert F. Kennedy
Ones need for control is directly proportional for ones need for love.
– Brandon A. Trean
Ones oldest friend is the best.
– Plautus
Online reputation management
– Jeremy Estes
Only a brave person is willing to honestly admit, and fearlessly to face, what a sincere and logical mind discovers.
– Rodan of Alexandria
Only a fool gives lectures on drowning during a drought.
– Vikrant Parsai
Only a fool walks backwards into the future.
– Terry Goodkind
Only a fool would sit on the sidelines hoping for something worthy of mention to happen to them
– Ahmed Korayem
Only a life lived for others is a life worth while.
– Albert Einstein
Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.
– Albert Einstein
Only a loveful person realizes that no human is despicable. Yes of course, until you are loveful you can't/won't realize that.
– Emeasoba George
Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.
– Muhammad Ali
Only a novel"... in short, only some work in which the greatest powers of the mind are displayed, in which the most thorough knowledge of human nature, the happiest delineation of its varieties, the liveliest effusions of wit and humour are conveyed to the world in the best chosen language.
– Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey
Only a scientific people can survive in a scientific future.
– Thomas H. Huxley
Only a sheep with lion's heart can attack wolf, not the sheep with lion's teeth or with lion's claw!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only a weak mind seeks ultimate answers.
– Elayne Boosler
Only actions give life strength only moderation gives it a charm.
– Jean Paul Richter
Only actions give life strength only moderation gives it charm.
– Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
Only actions give life strength; only moderation gives it a charm.
– Jean Paul Richter
Only after the last tree has been cut down, Only after the last river has been poisoned, Only after the last fish has been caught, Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.
– Cree Indian Prophecy
Only amateurs say that they write for their own amusement. Writing is not an amusing occupation. It is a combination of ditch-digging, mountain-climbing, treadmill and childbirth... But amusing Never.
– Edna Ferber
Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can complel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.
– Dwight D Eisenhower
Only as high as I reach can I grow, Only as far as I seek can I go, Only as deep as I look can I see, Only as much as I dream can I be.
– Karen Raven
Only as you do know yourself can your brain serve you as a sharp and efficient tool. Know your own failings, passions, and prejudices so you can separate them from what you see.
– Bernard Baruch
Only at death our soul breathes.
– Charles de LEUSSE
Only barbarians are not curious about where they come from, how they came to be where they are, where they appear to be going, whether they wish to go there, and if so, why, and if not, why not.
– Sir Isaiah Berlin
Only cat lovers know the luxury of fur-coated, musical hot water bottles that never go cold.
– Susanne Millen
Only conservatives believe that subversion is still being carried on in the arts and that society is being shaken by it. Advanced art today is no longer a cause --it contains no moral imperative. There is no virtue in clinging to principles and standards, no vice in selling or in selling out.
– Harold Rosenberg
Only cowards insult dying majesty.
– Aesop
Only divine love bestows the keys of knowledge.
– Arthur Rimbaud
Only do what your teacher says but not what he does.
– Vikrant Parsai
Only dreamers can teach us to soar.
– Anne Marie Pierce
Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast.
– Oscar Wilde
Only enemies speak the truth; friends and lovers lie endlessly, caught in the web of duty.
– Roland, "The Last Gunslinger"
Only exceptionally rational men can afford to be absurd.
– Allan Goldfein
Only fools are positive.
– Moe Howard
only fools fall in love
– sammie puzse
Only free men can negotiate; prisoners cannot enter into contracts. Your freedom and mine cannot be separated.
– Nelson Mandela
Only free peoples can hold their purpose and their honor steady to a common end and prefer the interest of mankind to any narrow interest of their own.
– Woodrow Wilson
Only from the heart Can you touch the sky.
– Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi
Only government can take perfectly good paper, cover it with perfectly good ink and make the combination worthless.
– Milton Friedman
Only grown-ups have difficulty with childproof bottles.
– Joe Moore
Only he is free who cultivates his own thoughts, and strives without fear to do justice to them.
– Berthold Auerbach
Only he who can say, The Lord is my strength, can say, Of whom shall I be afraid?
– Alexander MacLaren
Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.
– Carol Burnett
Only idiots die for an idea! Life is greater and infinitely more valuable than all the ideas!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help shall all be saved.
– Jane Goodall
Only ignorants get bored
– Ioana Markopoulos
Only in a house where one has learnt to be lonely does one have this solicitude for things. One's relation to them, the daily seeing or touching, begins to become love, and to lay one open to pain.
– Elizabeth Bowen
Only in dreams does the happiness of the earth dwell.
– Ruckett
Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.
– Hans Margolius
Only in solitude do we find ourselves and in finding ourselves, we find in ourselves all our brothers in solitude.
– Miguel de Unanimo
Only in the agony of parting do we look into the depths of love.
– George Eliot
Only in the spirit of attack, born in a brave heart, will bring success to any fighter aircraft, no matter how highly developed it may be.
– LtGen Adolf Galland, Luftwaffe
Only learn to seize good fortune, for good fortune is always here.
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Only lie about the future.
– Johnny Carson
Only little boys and old men sneer at love.
– Louis Auchincloss
Only love interests me, and I am only in contact with things that revolve around love.
– Marc Chagall
Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the noonday sun.
– Indian Proverb
Only mediocrity can be trusted to be always at its best.
– Max Beerbohm
Only necessity understood, and bondage to the highest is identical with true freedom.
– William James
Only now did I become throughly acquainted with the seducer of our people. It is not the inequality which is the real misfortune, it is the dependance.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
Only once then, it happened that my father tended the Grand Duchesses alone and performed nurses' duties for them.
– Tatiana Botkina
Only one absolute certainty is possible to man, namely that at any given moment the feeling which he has exists.
– Thomas Huxley
Only one endowed with restless vitality is susceptible to pessimism. You become a pessimist --a demonic, elemental, bestial pessimist --only when life has been defeated many times in its fight against depression.
– Emil Cioran
Only one enemy is worse than despair: indifference. In every area of human creativity, indifference is the enemy; indifference of evil is worse than evil, because it is also sterile.
– Elie Wiesel
Only one thing that we can see and hear that is absolutely beautiful, and yet so fearfully frightening at the same time, is the Lightning.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Only one who devotes himself to a cause with his whole strength and soul can be a true master. For this reason mastery demands all of a person.
– Albert Einstein
Only out of Chaos are born Brilliant Dancing Stars and Ingenius Illuminating Inventions.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Only passions, great passions, can elevate the soul to great things.
– Denis Diderot
Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone.
– Pablo Picasso
Only reason can convince us of those three fundamental truths without a recognition of which there can be no effective liberty that what we believe is not necessarily true that what we like is not necessarily good and that all questions are open.
– Clive
Only Robinson Crusoe had everything done by Friday.
– Anonymous
Only sick music makes money today.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
Only solitary men know the full joys of friendship. Others have their family --but to a solitary and an exile his friends are everything.
– Willa Cather
Only solitary men know the full joys of friendship. Others have their family but to a solitary and an exile his friends are everything.
– Warren Gamaliel Harding
Only solitary men know the full joys of frienship. Others have their family but to a solitary and an exile, his friends are everything.
– Willa Cather
Only strength can cooperate. Weakness can only beg.
– Dwight D. Eisenhower
Only that in you which is me can hear what I'm saying.
– Baba Ram Dass
Only that thing is free which exists by the necessities of its own nature, and is determined in its actions by itself alone.
– Baruch Spinoza
Only that which makes you feel bad after doing is immoral.
– Ernest Hemingway
Only the big souls can forgive the big crimes!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the brave know how to forgive; it is the most refined and generous pitch of virtue human nature can arrive at.
– Sterne
Only the clever men can be flexible; others are condemned to remain as rigid!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the curious will learn and only the resolute overcome the obstacles to learning. The quest quotient has always excited me more than the intelligence quotient.
– Eugene S. Wilson
Only the devil wishes everyone to be his friend.
– Nicholas Venturella
Only the dreamer shall understand realities, though in truth his dreaming must be not out of proportion to his waking.
– Margaret Fuller
Only the dull don’t doubt!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the educated are free.
– Epictetus
Only the extremely ignorant or the extremely intelligent can resist change.
– Socrates
Only the flexibly creative person can really manage the future, Only the one who can face novelty with confidence and without fear.
– Abraham Maslow
Only the gentle are ever really strong.
– James Dean
Only the great can afford to have great defects.
– François de La Rochefoucauld
Only the hand that erases can write the true thing.
– Meister Eckhart
Only the hardest roads make us really feel that we are alive! Leave the easy roads!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the insane is absolutely certain.
– Robert Anton Wilson, The Illuminatus Trilogy
Only the interactions of the senses and sense objects give cold,heat,pleasure and pain. These are temporary, appearing and disappearing; therefore learn to tolerate without being disturbed (2.14)
– Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2
Only the little people pay taxes.
– Leona Helmsly
Only the madman is absolutely sure.
– Robert Anton Wilson
Only the man with a free mind has own the infinite horizons!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the mediocre are always at their best.
– Jean Giraudoux
Only the most extraordinary men can choose the remote cliffs as their graveyards; others are always condemned to nearby city gardens!
– m
Only the most foolish of mice would hide in a cat's ear, but only the wisest of cats would think to look there.
– Andrew Mercer
Only the paths that lead to nowhere, merely the storms that are violent, purely the dangerous forests make man a real man!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.
– Ludwig van Beethoven
Only the refusal to listen guarantees one against being ensnared by the truth.
– Nozick
Only the shallow know themselves.
– Oscar Wilde
Only the spoon knows what is stirring in the pot.
– Sicilian Proverb
Only the weak are cruel. Gentleness can only be expected from the strong.
– Dr. Felice Leonardo Buscaglia
Only the winners decide what were war crimes.
– Gary Wills
Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change.
– Confucius
Only those books come down which deserve to last . All the gilt edges, vellum and morocco, all the presentation copies to all the libraries will not preserve a book in circulation beyond its intrinsic date.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Only those who attempt the absurd...will achieve the impossible. I think...I think it's in my basement...Let me go upstairs and check.
– M. C. Escher
Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.
– Robert Francis Kennedy
Only those who have the patience to do simple things perfectly ever acquire the skill to do difficult things easily.
– Author Unknown
Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.
– George Eliot
Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go.
– T.S. Eliot
Only those who will risk going too far Can possibly find out how far one can go.
– T. S. Eliot
Only through art can we emerge from ourselves and know what another person sees.
– Marcel Proust
Only to the extent that someone is living out this self transcendence of human existence, is he truly human or does he become his true self. He becomes so, not by concerning himself with his self's actualization, but by forgetting himself and giving himself, overlooking himself and focusing outward.
– Dr. Viktor E Frankl
Only two classes of books are of universal appeal. The very best and the very worst.
– Ford Maddox
Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
– Albert Einstein
Only useless things are indispensable.
– Francis Picabia
Only when man's life comes to its end in prosperity can one call that man happy.
– Aeschylus
Only when one has lost all curiosity about the future has one reached the age to write an autobiography.
– Evelyn Waugh
Only when one is connected to one's inner core is one connected to others. And, for me, the core, the inner spring, can best be re-found through solitude.
– Anne Spencer Morrow Lindbergh
Only when the last tree has been cut down
Only when the last river has been poisoned
Only when the last fish has been caught
Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.

– Cree Indian Prophecy
Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live...
– Dorothy Thompson
Only when you bring value to others, will you bring value to yourself.
– Michael Powell
Only when you give up being consistent will you find the truth! Inconsistency makes you free to discover other roads.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Only when your consciousness is totally focused on the moment you are in can you receive whatever gift, lesson, or delight that moment has to offer.
– Barbara De Angelis
Only your real friends will tell you when your face is dirty.
– Sicilian Proverb
Ooops. My brain just hit a bad sector.
– Anonymous
Open suspecting of others comes of secretly condemning ourselves.
– Philip Sidney
Open the curtains of your mind, my friend; let the world know who you are! Do not hide your ideas; set them free, let them free! Open the curtains! Feel no fear! If there is truth in your ideas, you become invincible!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Open the door by yourself instead of waiting the door to be opened by itself!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Open your eyes and look around carefully at the moments when you think you have failed, because the lighthouse of the success mysteriously appears amongst the fog at those very moments!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Open your eyes and look within. Are you satisfied with the life you're livin'
– Bob Marley
Open your heart, love will find you. Open your eyes, you'll see love. Open your mouth and you'll speak full of love.
– Sir Kristian Goldmund Aumann
Open your mouth and purse cautiously, and your stock of wealth and reputation shall, at least in repute, be great.
– Johann Georg von Zimmermann
Open your mouth and purse cautiously; and your stock of wealth and reputation shall, at least in repute, be great.
– Johann Georg Zimmermann
Open yourself to the changes; you can then create many different beauties like the skies do!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Opera in English is, in the main, just about as sensible as baseball in Italian.
– H. L. Mencken
Opera is when a guy gets stabbed in the back and, instead of bleeding, he sings.
– Ed Gardner
Operationally, God is beginning to resemble not a ruler but the last fading smile of a cosmic Cheshire cat.
– Sir Julian Huxley
Opinion has a significance proportioned to the sources that sustain it.
– Benjamin Cardozo
Opinion is that exercise of the human will which helps us to make a decision without information.
– John Erskine
Opinion is ultimately determined by the feelings, and not by the intellect.
– Herbert Spencer
Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise and fall, but the moral laws are written on the table of eternity.
– Lord Acton
Opinions are a private matter. The public has an interest only in judgments.
– Walter Benjamin
Opinions are made to be changed - or how is the truth to be got at.
– Lord Byron
Opinions are the cheapest commodities in the world.
– Author Unknown
Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them.
– Thomas Mann
Opinions founded on prejudice are always sustained with the greatest of violence.
– Francis Jeffrey
Opinions founded on prejudice are always sustained with the greatest violence.
– Hebrew Proverb
Opinions mean nothing; they may be beautiful or ugly, clever or foolish, anyone can embrace or reject them.
– Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
Opportunities are meant to be utilized/maximized. And until you're ready to utilize/maximize all the opportunites that you come across, you will hardly acquire/achieve all your needs/goals/targets.
– Emeasoba George
Opportunities are often missed because we are broadcasting when we should be listening.
– Author Unknown
Opportunities are seldom labeled.
– John H. Shield
Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don't recognize them.
– Ann Landers
Opportunities lose not, for all delay is madness; ?Mid bitter sorrow patience show, for ?tis the key of gladness.
– Turkish
Opportunities multiply as they are seized.
– Sun-tzu
Opportunities? They are all around us... There is power lying latent everywhere waiting for the observant eye to discover it.
– Orison Swett Marden
Opportunity dances with those who are ready on the dance floor.
– H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Opportunity does not knock, it presents itself when you beat down the door.
– Kyle Chandler
Opportunity doesn't knock. You knock, opportunity answers.
– American Proverb
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
– Thomas Alva Edison
Opportunity is often difficult to recognize we usually expect it to beckon us with beepers and billboards.
– William Arthur Ward
Opportunity knocked. My doorman threw him out.
– Adrienne Gusoff
Opportunity knocks at the strangest times, It's not the time that matters But how you answer the door.
– Steve Gray
Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell.
– Anonymous
Opportunity rarely knocks on your door. Knock rather on opportunity's door if you ardently wish to enter.
– B. C. Forbes
Opposition brings concord. Out of discord comes the fairest harmony.
– Heraclitus
Opposition is true friendship.
– William Blake
Oppression can only survive through silence.
– Carmen de Monteflores
Oppression that is clearly inexorable and invincible does not give rise to revolt but to submission.
– Simone Weil
Optimism is a kind of heart stimulant--the digitalis of failure.
– Elbert Hubbard
Optimism is essential to achievement and it is also the foundation of courage and true progress.
– Lloyd Alexander
Optimism is the content of small men in high places.
– F. Scott Fitzgerald
Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.
– Helen Keller
Optimists are childish; they even believe they can find an ice cream store in the hell!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Optimization hinders evolution.
– Anonymous
Order and simplification are the first steps towards the mastery of a subject.
– Thomas Mann
Order is not pressure which is imposed on society from without, but an equilibrium which is set up from within.
– Jose Ortega y Gasset
Order is the sanity of the mind, the health of the body, the peace of the city, the security of the state. Like beams in a house or bones to a body, so is order to all things.
– Robert Southey
Order is the shape upon which beauty depends.
– Pearl Buck
Order, unity and continuity are human inventions just as truly as catalogues and encyclopedias.
– Bertrand Russell
Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid moments when he was merely stupid.
– Heinrich Heine
Ordinary people aren't going to give up emotions and inspiration just because science sniffs at subjectivity. Science shouldn't be so edgy and defensive. Vandals aren't going to smash their way into laboratories and throw Bibles at the equipment.
– Deepak Chopra
Ordinary people live wanting, all their life. Successful people are willing to work for all their wants.
– Vijay Samuel Benjamin
Ordinary people think that talent must be always on its own level and that it arises every morning like the sun, rested and refreshed, ready to draw from the same storehouse -- always open, always full, always abundant -- new treasures that it will heap up on those of the day before; such people are unaware that, as in the case of all mortal things, talent has its increase and decrease, and that independently of the career it takes, like everything that breathes... it undergoes all the accidents of health, of sickness, and of the dispositions of the soul -- its gaiety or its sadness. As with our perishable flesh. talent is obliged constantly to keep guard over itself, to combat, and to keep perpetually on the alert amid the obstacles that witness the exercise of its singular power.
– Eugène Delacroix
Ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you.
– Oscar Wilde
Oregano is the spice of life.
– Henry J. Tillman
Organization can never be a substitute for initiative and for judgment.
– Louis D. Brandeis
Organizations rarely progress in absence of well defined codes of conduct and system to ensure that these are strictly adhered to. Same is true for society.
– B. J. Gupta
Organized crime constitutes nothing less than a guerilla war against society.
– Lyndon B. Johnson
Organized crime in America takes in over forty billion dollars a year and spends very little on office supplies.
– Woody Allen
Original Poems for Infant Minds My MotherWho ran to help me when I fell,And would some pretty story tell,Or kiss the place to make it wellMy Mother.
– Anonymous
Original thought is like original sin: both happened before you were born to people you could not have possibly met.
– Fran Lebowitz
Originality does not consist in saying what no one has ever said before, but in saying exactly what you think yourself.
– James Stephens
Originality is a thing we constantly clamour for, and constantly quarrel with.
– Thomas Carlyle
Originality is merely an illusion.
– M. C. Escher
Originality is not seen in single words or even sentences. Originality is the sum total of a man's thinking or his writing.
– Isaac Bashevis Singer
Originality is nothing by judicious imitation. The most original writers borrowed one from another.
– Francois Marie Arouet Voltaire
Originality is simply a pair of fresh eyes.
– Thomas W. Higginson
Originality is the art of concealing your source.
– Franklin P. Jones
Originality is the fine art of remembering what you hear but forgetting where you heard it.
– Laurence J. Peter
Ornaments were invented by modesty.
– Joseph Joubert
Orthodox medicine has not found an answer to your complaint. However, luckily for you, I happen to be a quack.
– Richter cartoon caption
Orthodoxy is Unconsciousness.
– George Orwell
Orthodoxy means not thinking - not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.
– George Orwell, 1984
Orthodoxy means not thinking--not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.
– George Orwell, 1984
Oscar Wilde: "I wish I had said that." Whistler: "You will, Oscar; you will.
– Oscar Wilde
Ostentation is the signal flag of hypocrisy.
– Edwin Hubbel Chapin
Other exercises develop single powers and muscles, but dancing embellishes, exercises, and equalizes all the muscles at once.
– Jean Paul
Other nations use force; we Britons alone use Might.
– Evelyn Waugh
Other people have a nationality. The Irish and the Jews have a psychosis.
– Brendan Behan
Other people may not have high expectations of me, But I have high expectations for myself.
– Shannon Miller
Other things may change us, but we start and end with the family.
– Anthony Brandt
Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not.
– Robert F. Kennedy
Others judge you for not what you are, but what they are. Self Judgement is thus more Significant....
– MBeriwal
Otto gave me a copy of the farewell letter Anne wrote to me in hiding. I was surprised because there were two letters: the second was a reply to a letter she pretended I had written to her. She wrote: “I am thinking so much of you,” and “Let’s always be good friends until I come back.” She must have been very lonely.
– Jacqueline van Maarsen
Our (The Stoic) motto, as you know, is live according to nature.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Our ability to create has outreached our ability to use wisely the products of our invention.
– Whitney Moore Young
Our ability to delude ourselves may be an important survival tool.
– Jane Wagner
Our achievements speak for themselves. What we have to keep track of are our failures, discouragements and doubts. We tend to forget the past difficulties, the many false starts, and the painful groping. We see our past achievements as the end results of a clean forward thrust, and our present difficulties as signs of decline and decay.
– Eric Hoffer
Our Age of Anxiety is, in great part, the result of trying to do today's jobs with yesterday's tools.
– Marshall McLuhan
Our ambition should be to rule ourselves, the true kingdom for each one of us and true progress is to know more, and be more, and to do more.
– Sir John Lubbock
Our American past always speaks to us with two voices the voice of the past, and the voice of the present. We are always asking two quite different questions. Historians reading the words of John Winthrop usually ask, What did they mean to him Citizens ask, What do they mean to us Historians are trained to seek the original meaning all of us want to know the present meaning.
– Daniel J. Boorstin
Our American professors like their literature clear and cold and pure and very dead.
– Sinclair Lewis
Our American professors like their literature clear, cold, pure and very dead.
– Sinclair Lewis
Our American values are not luxuries but necessities, not the salt in our bread, but the bread itself. Our common vision of a free and just society is our greatest source of cohesion at home and strength abroad, greater than the bounty of our material blessings.
– Jimmy Carter
Our aspirations are our possibilities.
– Samuel Johnson
Our attitude toward life determines life's attitude towards us.
– Earl Nightingale
Our attitude towards ourselves should be to be satiable in learning and towards others to be tireless in teaching.
– Mao Zedong
Our avian brothers are back to roost on the first leg of their annual sojourn south. Why them and not us Maybe it's because we humans are meant to be rooted in one spot.
– Mitchell Burgess
Our banking system is like a bunch of kids stealing from the cookie jar, and when the central bankers are questioned about it, they lie, or they say they're doing it for our own good - and then we keep putting cookies in the jar - and keep allowing them to steal - when all that's really happening is they're getting a free snack on us. They don't even have to be on their best behavior to get the treat!
– John Rocco Savalli
Our belief at the beginning of a doubtful undertaking is the one thing that assures the successful outcome of any venture.
– William James
Our best work is done when it needs to be.
– F. Phelps
Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting. The soul that rises with us, our life's star, hath had elsewhere its setting, and comet from afar: not in entire forgetfulness, and not in utter nakedness, but trailing clouds of glory do we come from God, who is our home.
– William Wordsworth
Our bodies are our gardens to which our wills are gardeners.
– William Shakespeare
Our bodies are shaped to bear children, and our lives are a working out of the processes of creation. All our ambitions and intelligence are beside that great elemental point.
– Phyllis McGinley
Our bodies communicate to us clearly and specifically, if we are willing to listen to them.
– Shakti Gawain
Our bombs are smarter than the average high school student. At least they can find Kuwait.
– A. Whitney Brown
Our brains are seventy-year clocks. The Angel of Life winds them up once for all, then closes the case, and gives the key into the hand of the Angel of the Resurrection.
– Hfiz
Our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unexpected sparks.
– Samuel Johnson
Our business in life is not to get ahead of others, but to get ahead of ourselves -- to break our own records, to outstrip our yesterday by our today.
– Stewart B. Johnson
Our business in this world is not to succeed, but to continue to fail in good spirits.
– Robert Louis Stephenson
Our care should not be to have lived long as to have lived enough.
– Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Our chair will remain empty one day, but our ideas will continue to sit on that chair! However in the very distant future, there will remain neither chair nor ideas! All will disappear!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our character is basically a composite of our habits. Because they are consistent, often unconcious patterns, they constantly, daily, express our character
– Stephen Covey
Our character is what we do when we think no one is looking.
– H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Our character...is an omen of our destiny, and the more integrity we have and keep, the simpler and nobler that destiny is likely to be.
– George Santayana
Our chief want in life is somebody who shall make us do what we can.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Our children are here to stay, but our babies and toddlers and preschoolers are gone as fast as they can grow up-and we have only a short moment with each. When you see a grandfather take a baby in his arms, you see that the moment hasn't always been long enough.
– Saint Clair Adams Sullivan
Our children are not going to be just our children-they are going to be other people's husbands and wives and the parents of our grandchildren.
– Mary Steichen Calderone
Our children change uswhether they live or not.
– Lois McMaster Bujold
Our children change us…whether they live or not.
– Lois McMaster Bujold, "Barrayar", 1991
Our children seem to have wonderful taste, or none - depending, of course, on whether or not they agree with us.
– Author Unknown
Our children will not survive our habits of thinking, our failures of the spirit, our wreck of the universe into which we bring new life as blithely as we do. Mostly, our children will resemble our own misery and spite and anger, because we give them no choice about it. In the name of motherhood and fatherhood and education and good manners, we threaten and suffocate and bind and ensnare and bribe and trick children into wholesale emulation of our ways.
– June Jordan
Our civilization cannot survive materially unless it is redeemed spiritually. It can be saved only by becoming permeated with the Spirit of Christ, and being made free and happy by practices which spring out of that spirit. Only thus can discontent be driven out and all shadows lifted from the road ahead.
– Woodrow Wilson
Our civilization, bequeathed to us by fierce adventurers, eaters of meat and hunters, is so full of hurry and combat, so busy about many things which perhaps are of no importance, that it cannot but see something feeble in a civilization which smiles as it refuses to make the battlefield the test of excellence.
– James Joyce
Our common language is ... English. And our common task is to ensure that our non-English-speaking children learn this common language.
– William John Bennett
Our communities don’t need a new mobile application, website, newspaper or television broadcast. They need the ability to define the critical issues in the community, connect with those who care about those issues and have a trusted source of information about the issues.
– Chuck Peters
Our communities don’t need a new mobile application, website, newspaper or television broadcast. They need the ability to define the critical issues in the community, connect with those who care about those issues and have a trusted source of information about the issues.
– Chuck Peters
Our constitution protects aliens, drunks and U.S. Senators.
– Will Rogers
Our Constitution protects aliens, drunks, and U.S. senators.
– Will Rogers
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
– John Quincy Adams
Our constitution works. Our great republic is a government of laws, not of men.
– Gerald R. Ford
Our contest is not only whether we ourselves shall be free, but whether there shall be left to mankind an asylum on earth for civil and religious liberty.
– Samuel Adams
Our country was founded on a distrust of government. Our founding fathers gave power to the people to keep an eye on government. So when politicians say, Trust me, they're actually being very un-American.
– David Duchovny
Our country, right or wrong. When right, to be kept right, when wrong to be put right.
– Carl Schurz
Our creations are the outward expressions of our inner truths.
– Bryant McGill
Our credulity is greatest concerning the things we know least about. And since we know least about ourselves, we are ready to believe all that is said about us. Hence the mysterious power of both flattery and calumny.
– Eric Hoffer
Our critics are our friends; they show us our faults.
– Benjamin Franklin
Our days are a kaleidoscope. Every instant a change takes place in the contents. New harmonies, new contrasts, new combinations of every sort. Nothing ever happens twice alike. The most familiar people stand each moment in some new relation to each other, to their work, to surrounding objects. The most tranquil house, with the most serene inhabitants, living upon the utmost regularity of system, is yet exemplifying infinite diversities.
– Henry Ward Beecher
Our decision about energy will test the character of the American people and the ability of the President and the Congress to govern this Nation. This difficult effort will be the moral equivalent of war, except that we will be uniting our efforts to build and not to destroy.
– Jimmy Carter
Our deeds are like children that are born to us; they live and act apart from our own will. Nay, children may be strangled, but deeds never: they have an indestructible life both in and out of our consciousness.
– George Eliot, Romola, 1863
Our deeds are like children that are born to us;they live and act apart from our own will.
– George Eliot, Romola
Our deeds determine us, as much as we determine our deeds.
– George Eliot
Our deeds disguise us. People need endless time to try on their deeds, until each knows the proper deeds for him to do. But every day, every hour, rushes by. There is no time.
– Haniel Long
Our deeds follow us, and what we have been makes us what we are.
– John Dykes
Our deeds still travel with us from afar, and what we have been makes us what we are.
– George Eliot
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure, we ask ourselves 'who am I to be Briliant, Georgeous, Talented and Fabulous?' Actually, who are you not to be.
– Unknown Author
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.
– Marianne Williamson, Return to Love, 1992
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous,talented and fabulous Actually, who are you not to be You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure about you. We were born to manifest the glory of God that is within us. It's not just in some of us it's in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
– Marianne Williamson
Our defense is not in our armaments, nor in science, nor in going underground. Our defense is in law and order.
– Albert Einstein
Our demands are simple, normal, and therefore they are difficult to satisfy. All we ask is that an actor on the stage live in accordance with natural laws
– Constantin Stanislavski
Our dependency makes slaves out of us, especially if this dependency is a dependency of our self-esteem. If you need encouragement, praise, pats on the back from everybody, then you make everybody your judge.
– Fritz Perls
Our desire to say more grows bigger and what to say about it, except that saying is not always about saying, growing is not always about growing.
– Dejan Stojanovic
Our destiny changes with our thought we shall become what we wish to become, do what we wish to do, when our habitual thought corresponds with our desire.
– Orison Swett Marden
Our destiny changes with our thought; we shall become what we wish to become, do what we wish to do, when our habitual thought corresponds with our desire.
– Orison Swett Marden
Our destiny rules over us, even when we are not yet aware of it it is the future that makes laws for us today.
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Our determination to imitiate Christ should be such that we have no time for other matters.
– Desiderius Erasmus
Our dignity is not in what we do, but what we understand.
– George Santayana
Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time what we really want is for things to remain the same but get better.
– Sydney Harris
Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.
– Shakespeare
Our doubts are traitors,
And make us lose the good we oft might win
By fearing to attempt.

– William Shakespeare, "Measure for Measure", Act 1 scene 4
Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.
– William Shakespeare
Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.
– William Shakespeare
Our doubts are traitors,And make us lose the good we oft might winBy fearing to attempt.
– William Shakespeare
Our dreams are our precious diamonds; without them, we are endlessly poor. Let us perpetually dream to be overly wealthy!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our ego is our silent partner--too often with a controlling interest.
– Cullen Hightower
Our elections are free, it's in the results where eventually we pay.
– Bill Stern
Our enemies come nearer the truth in the opinions they form of us than we do in our opinion of ourselves.
– La Rochefoucauld
Our enemy sees us clearly. ... They will not start a war. They're worried about one thing If democracy develops here, if we succeed, we will win.
– Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev
Our entire life worth's less than one moment of the absolute's truth vanity.
– Sorin Cerin
Our envy of others devours us most of all.
– Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Our eternity is not real; it resembles us; it is our own invention; its scent is vanity.
– Dejan Stojanovic
Our experiments are the means to map our life path we should respect them even they are so harsh, things are change and life goes on.
– Foodi S. M.
our fate has already been decided for us, the only thing we can do is stand strong and face our destiny head on
– Bryan Thomas
Our favorite attitude should be gratitude
– Zig Ziglar
Our fear of death is like our fear that summer will be short, but when we have had our swing of pleasure, our fill of fruit, and our swelter of heat, we say we have had our day.
– John Donne
Our feelings are our most genuine paths to knowledge.
– Audre Lorde
Our firmest convictions are apt to be the most suspect, they mark our limitations and our bounds. Life is a petty thing unless it is moved by the indomitable urge to extend its boundaries.
– Jose Ortega y Gasset
Our first and most pressing problem is how to do away with warfare as a method of solving conflicts between national groups within a society who have different views about how the society is to run.
– Margaret Mead
Our five senses are incomplete without the sixth - a sense of humor.
– Author Unknown
Our flag is red, white and blue, but our nation is a rainbow-red, yellow, brown, black and white-and we're all precious in God's sight.
– Jesse Louis Jackson
Our founders did not oust George III in order for us to crown Richard I.
– Ralph Nader
Our freedom is our sacred cow; no one should touch it! We must be very pious in this holy matter.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our friends should be companions who inspire us, who help us rise to our best.
– Joseph B. Wirthlin
Our friends show us what we can do our enemies teach us what we must do.
– Johann von Goethe
Our friendships are precious, not only in the shade, but in the sunshine of life;and thanks to a benevolent arrangement of things, the greater part is sunshine.
– Thomas Jefferson
Our future may lie beyond our vision, but it is not completely beyond our control. It is the shaping impulse of America that neither fate nor nature nor the irresistible tides of history, but the work of our own hands, matched to reason and principle, that will determine our destiny. There is pride in that, even arrogance, but there is also experience and truth. In any event, it is the only way we can live.
– Robert F. Kennedy, 1966 speech to South African young people
Our generation has an incredible amount of realism, yet at the same time it loves to complain and not really change because if it does change then it won't have anything to complain about.
– Tori Amos
Our goal can only be reached through a vehicle of a pain, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.
– Stephen A. Brennan
Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.
– Stephen A. Brennan
Our government is the potent, the omnipresent teacher. For good or ill, it teaches the whole people by its example.
– Louis D. Brandeis
Our government sprang from and was made for the people -- not the people for the government. To them it owes an allegiance from them it must derive its courage, strength, and wisdom.
– Andrew Johnson
Our great democracies still tend to think that a stupid man is more likely to be honest than a clever man.
– Bertrand Russell
Our greatest foes, and whom we must chiefly combat, are within.
– Miguel de Cervantes
Our greatest glory consists not in never failing, but in rising every time we fall.
– Vincent Van Gogh
Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.
– Confucius
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
– Confucius
Our greatest glory was not in never falling, but in rising when we fell.
– Vince Lombardi
Our greatest lack is not money for any undertaking, but rather ideas, If the ideas are good, cash will somehow flow to where it is needed.
– Robert H. Schuller
Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children.
– Walt Disney, On the inside wall of the American Adventure in Epcot Center
Our greatest pretenses are built up not to hide the evil and the ugly in us, but our emptiness. The hardest thing to hide is something that is not there.
– Eric Hoffer
Our greatest stupidities may be very wise.
– Ludwig Wittgenstein
Our green valleys will be greener once we fully grasp the infinite vitality of the green!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our happiest and serenest times are now over. My peace and calm are gone, for now I will only ever be able to worry about Sasha.
– Maria Feodorovna
Our happiness depends on wisdom all the way.
– Sophocles
Our health always seems much more valuable after we lose it.
– Author Unknown
Our heart has its reasons that reason cannot know.
– Blaise Pascal
Our heart is a port; allow every ship to come to the port; but let only the best one to anchor!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our heritage and ideals, our code and standards -- the things we live by and teach our children -- are preserved or diminished by how freely we exchange ideas and feelings.
– Walt Disney
Our hours in love have wings in absence, crutches.
– Colley Cibber
Our houses are such unwieldy property that we are often imprisoned rather than housed in them.
– Henry David Thoreau
Our human laws are more or less imperfect copies of the external laws as we see them.
– James Anthony Froude
Our humanity is trapped by moral adolescents. We have too many men of science, too few men of God. The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom and power without conscience.
– General Omar Bradley
Our ideals are our better selves.
– Amos Bronson Alcott
Our ideas must be as broad as Nature if they are to interpret Nature.
– Arthur Conan Doyle
Our ignorance of history causes us to slander our own times.
– Gustave Flaubert
Our ignorance of history makes us libel our own times. People have always been like this.
– Gustave Flaubert
Our ignorance of history makes us libel to our own times. People have always been like this.
– Gustave Flaubert
Our imagination is the only limit to what we can hope to have in the future.
– Charles Franklin Kettering
Our incomes are like our shoes; if too small, they gall and pinch us; but if too large, they cause us to stumble and to trip.
– John Locke
Our individual lives cannot, generally, be works of art unless the social order is also.
– Charles Horton Cooley
Our insignificance is often the cause of our safety.
– Aesop
Our instinctive emotions are those that we have inherited from a much more dangerous world, and contain, therefore, a larger portion of fear than they should.
– Bertrand Russell
Our institutions and values are in jeopardy as the mores of the market pervade all social life in this country. Loyalty, honesty, courage, discipline, patriotism, and commitment to family are being crowded out by the goals and rules of economic rationality -- do whatever makes the most money.
– Barry Schwartz
Our intention creates our reality.
– Wayne Dyer
Our job is like a baker's work -- his rolls are tasty as long as they're fresh; after two days they're stale; after a week, they're covered with mould and fit only to be thrown out.
– Ryszard Kapuściński
Our job is not to set things right but to see them right.
– Eric Butterworth
Our job is not to straighten each other out, But to help each other up.
– Neva Cole
Our judgments judge us, and nothing reveals us, exposes our weaknesses, more ingeniously than the attitude of pronouncing upon our fellows.
– Paul Valéry
Our knowledge is the amassed thought and experience of innumerable minds.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Our land is more valuable than your money. As long as the sun shines and the waters flow, this land will be here to give life to men and animals; therefore, we cannot sell this land. It was put here for us by the Great Spirit and we cannot sell it because it does not belong to us.
– Blackfoot chief, (c. 1880)
Our land of new promise will be a nation that meets its obligations, a nation that balances its budget, but never loses the balance of its values.
– Bill Clinton
Our language has wisely sensed the two sides of being alone. It has created the word loneliness to express the pain of being alone. And it has created the word solitude to express the glory of being alone.
– Paul Johannes Tillich
Our laugh is a torment and our cry is a joy for the Satan!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press and that cannot be limited without being lost.
– Thomas Jefferson
Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.
– Søren Kierkegaard
Our life is composed greatly from dreams, from the unconscious, and they must be brought into connection with action. They must be woven together.
– Anais Nin
Our life is frittered away by detail. An honest man has hardly need to count more than his ten fingers, or in extreme cases he may add his ten toes, and lump the rest. Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity!
– Henry David Thoreau, WALDEN: Or, Life in the Woods
Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplify, simplify.
– Henry David Thoreau
Our life is like a movie directed by God which has no beginning and ending, just interval in which we have to play our whole role.
– Vikrant Parsai
Our life is like a tree which is pruning itself.
– Vikrant Parsai
Our life is shaped by our actions not by opinion of others.
– Apoorve Dubey
Our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything.
– William Shakespeare
Our limitations and success will be based, most often, on your own expectations for ourselves. What the mind dwells upon, the body acts upon.
– Denis Watley
Our live experiences, fixed in aphorisms, stiffen into cold epigrams. Our heart's blood, as we write it, turns to mere dull ink.
– F. H. Bradley
Our lives are fictions, a work we leave behind, signed.
– Vanna Bonta
Our lives are like a candle in the wind.
– Carl Sandburg
Our lives are like the course of the sun. At the darkest moment there is promise of daylight.
– The London Times
Our lives are not in the lap of the gods, but in the lap of our cooks.
– Lin Yutang
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our lives don't really belong to us, you see -- they belong to the world, and in spite of our efforts to make sense of it, the world is a place beyond our understanding.
– Paul Auster
Our lives improve only when we take chances - and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves.
– Walter Anderson
Our lives improve only when we take chances -- and the first and most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves.
– Walter Anderson
Our lives teach us who we are.
– Salman Rushdie
Our love is God. Lets go grab a slushie.
– J.D., "Heathers"
Our loyalties must transend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation and this means we must develop a world perspective.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our main business is not to see what lies dimly at a distance but to do what lies clearly at hand.
– Thomas Carlyle
Our memories are card indexes consulted, and then put back in disorder by authorities whom we do not control.
– Cyril Connolly
Our mind is capable of passing beyond the dividing line we have drawn for it. Beyond the pairs of opposites of which the world consists, other, new insights begin.
– Hermann Hesse
Our mind is like a fog; even a moderate wind disperses it easily.
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our minds are lazier than our bodies.
– La Rochefoucauld
Our minds are like our stomachs; they are whetted by the change of their food, and variety supplies both with fresh appetites.
– Quintilian
Our minds thus grow in spots and like grease spots, the spots spread. But we let them spread as little as possible we keep unaltered as much of our old knowledge, as many of our old prejudices and beliefs, as we can.
– William James
Our mission is at once the oldest and the most basic of this country: to right wrong, to do justice, to serve man. Because all Americans just must have the right to vote. And we are going to give them that right. All Americans must have the privileges of citizenship regardless of race. And they are going to have those privileges of citizenship regardless of race.
– Lyndon B. Johnson
Our most intimate friend is not he to whom we show the worst, but the best of our nature.
– Nathaniel Hawthorne
Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. Even before there were large numbers of Negroes on our shore, the scar of our racial hatred had already disfigured colonial society. From the sixteenth century forward, blood flowed in battles over racial supremacy. We are perhaps the only nation which tried as a matter of national policy to wipe out its indigenous population. Moreover, we elevated that tragic experience into a noble crusade. Indeed, even today we have not permitted ourselves to reject or feel remorse for this shameful episode. Our literature, our films, our drama, our folklore all exalt it. Our children are still taught to respect the violence which reduced a red-skinned people of an earlier culture into a few fragmented groups herded into impoverished reservations.
– John Kennedy, Autobiography of malcolm x
Our national flower is the concrete cloverleaf.
– Lewis Mumford
Our neighbors in Virginia are just as responsible for these killings as the criminals are because they won't pass strong gun control legislation.
– Marion Shepilov Barry, Jr.
Our neighbour's tree is our tree; our tree is our neighbour's tree!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our notion of the perfect society embraces the family as its center and ornament, and this paradise is not secure until children appear to animate and complete the picture.
– Amos Bronson Alcott
Our numbers have increased in Vietnam because the aggression of others has increased in Vietnam. There is not, and there will not be, a mindless escalation.
– Lyndon B. Johnson
Our observation of nature must be diligent, our reflection profound, and our experiments exact. We rarely see these three means combined and for this reason, creative geniuses are not common.
– Denis Diderot
Our observation of nature must be diligent, our reflection profound, and our experiments exact. We rarely see these three means combined; and for this reason, creative geniuses are not common.
– Denis Diderot
Our opinions become fixed at the point where we stop thinking.
– Ernest Renan
Our opinions do not really blossom into fruition until we have expressed them to someone else.
– Mark Twain
Our opportunities to do good are our talents.
– C. Mather
Our own acts are isolated and one act does not buy absolution for another.
– William Butler Yeats, Autobiography
Our own heart, and not other men's opinion, form our true honor.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Our own heart, and not other men's opinion, forms our true honor.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Our own physical body possesses a wisdom which we who inhabit the body lack.
– Henry Miller
Our parents teach us to speak and the world teaches us to be silent.
– Vikrant Parsai
Our party has been accused of fooling the public by calling tax increases 'revenue enhancement.' Not so. No one was fooled.
– J Danforth Quayle
Our passion and principals are constantly in a frenzy, but begin to shift and waver, as we return to reason.
– Laurence Sterne
Our passions are like convulsion fits, which, though they make us stronger for a time, leave us the weaker ever after.
– Alexander Pope
Our patience will achieve more than our force.
– Edmund Burke
Our perception of reality is cultural & changing cultural views change reality.
– Martin Tobias Lithner
Our pleasures were simple-they included survival.
– Dwight D Eisenhower
Our power is in our ability to decide.
– Buckminster Fuller
Our power is not so much in us as through us.
– Harry Emerson Fosdick
Our present time is indeed a criticizing and critical time, hovering between the wish, and the inability to believe. Our complaints are like arrows shot up into the air at no target: and with no purpose they only fall back upon our own heads and destroy ourselves.
– William Temple
Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man. And man can be as big as he wants. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings.
– John F. Kennedy
Our problems are man-made, therefore they may be solved by man. No problem of human destiny is beyond human beings.
– John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education.
– John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource.
– John F. Kennedy
Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundemental resource.
– John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Our purpose in Vietnam is to prevent the success of aggression. It is not conquest, it is not empire, it is not foreign bases, it is not domination. It is, simply put, just to prevent the forceful conquest of South Vietnam by North Vietnam.
– Lyndon B. Johnson
Our quaint metaphysical opinions, in an hour of anguish, are like playthings by the bedside of a child deathly sick.
– Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Our real blessings often appear to us in the shape of pains, losses and disappointments; but let us have patience and we soon shall see them in their proper figures.
– Joseph Addison
Our real power in life comes from our true thinking!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie.
– William Shakespeare
Our repeated failure to fully act as we would wish must not discourage us. It is the sincere intention that is the essential thing, and this will in time release us from the bondage of habits which at present seem almost insuperable.
– Thomas Troward
Our repentance is not so much regret for the ill we have done as fear of the ill that may happen to us in consequence.
– Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Our salvation is in striving to achieve what we know we'll never achieve.
– Ryszard Kapuściński
Our school systems teach our children that they are nothing but glorified apes who have evolutionized out of some primordial soup of mud, by teaching evolution as fact.
– Tom DeLay
Our schools have been scientifically designed to prevent over-education from happening. ... The average American (should be) content with their humble role in life, because they're not tempted to think about any other role.
– William Torrey Harris
Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our self image, strongly held, essentially determines what we become
– Maxwell Maltz
Our sins are more easily remembered than our good deeds.
– Democritus
Our situation has the disaffected beauty of a chess game.
– Alan Moore, The league of extraordinary gentlemen, chapter 5
Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about it.
– John Lennon
Our span of life is brief, but is long enough for us to live well and honestly.
– Cicero
Our spiritual history is the history of God-ventriloquists! The truth is that the voice of God is the voice of cunning Man, the ventriloquist's voice!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Our strength is often composed of the weakness that we're damned if we are going to show.
– Mignon McLaughlin
Our strength often increases in proportion to the obstacles imposed upon it.
– Paul De Rapin
Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives. Unfortunately most of us are completely unaware of this fact and we do not monitor our thoughts with the care needed so that we can create in our lives the results we say we want. Since the great majority of people do not feel worthy and deserving of abundant good fortune, radiant good health and total success in all areas of their lives that overriding thought pattern controls the results people get. The first order of business of anyone who wants to enjoy success in all areas of his
her life is to take charge of the internal dialogue they have and only think, say and behavior in a manner consistent with the results they truly desire.

– Sidney Madwed
Our supreme task is the resumption of our onward, normal way.
– Warren G. Harding
Our sweetest experiences of affection are meant to point us to that realm which is the real and endless home of the heart.
– Henry Ward Beecher
Our sweetest songs are those that tell the saddest thoughts.
– Percy Bysshe Shelley
Our sympathy is cold to the relation of distant misery.
– Edward Gibbon
Our system is the height of absurdity, since we treat the culprit both as a child, so as to have the right to punish him, and as an adult, in order to deny him consolation.
– Claude Lévi-Strauss
Our task is not to fix the blame for the past, but to fix the course for the future.
– John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Our task is to provide an education for the kind of kids we have... Not the kind of kids we used to have... Or want to have... Or the kids that exist in our dreams.
– Mary Kay Utech
Our tendency to create heroes rarely jibes with the reality that most nontrivial problems require collective solutions.
– Warren Bennis
Our test of truth is a reference to either a present or imagined future majority in favour of our view.
– Oliver Wendell Holmes
Our thoughts are free.
– Cicero
Our time is like our money; when we change a guinea the shillings escape as things of small account; when we break a day by idleness in the morning, the rest of the hours lose their importance in our eyes.
– Sir Walter Scott
Our treatment of both older people and children reflects the value we place on independence and autonomy. We do our best to make our children independent from birth. We leave them all alone in rooms with the lights out and tell them, Go to sleep by yourselves. And the old people we respect most are the ones who will fight for their independence, who would sooner starve to death than ask for help.
– Margaret Mead
Our true enemies are: ignorance and limitation.
– Vanna Bonta
Our truest life is when we are in our dreams awake.
– Henry David Thoreau
Our Union: It must be preserved.
– Andrew Jackson
Our view. . . is that it is an essential characteristic of experimentation that it is carried out with limited resources, and an essential part of the subject of experimental design to ascertain how these should be best applied; or, in particular, to which causes of disturbance care should be given, and which ought to be deliberately ignored.
– Sir Ronald A. Fisher
Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more.
– Nikola Tesla
Our way is not soft grass, it's a mountain path with lots of rocks. But it goes upward, forward, toward the sun.
– Ruth Westheimer
Our whole life is an attempt to discover when our spontaneity is whimsical, sentimental irresponsiblity and when it is a valid expression of our deepest desires and values.
– Helen Merrell Lynd
Our wisdom comes from our experience, and our experience comes from our foolishness.
– Sacha Guitry
Our wisdom comes usually from our experience, and our experience comes largely from our experience.
– Author Unknown
Our work is to present things that are as they are.
– Frederick II of Prussia
Our works and our play. All our pleasures experienced as the pleasure of love. What could be better that? To feel in one's work the tender and flushed substance of one's dearest concern.
– Mary Caroline Richards
Our worst enemies here are not the ignorant and simple, however cruel our worst enemies are the intelligent and corrupt.
– Henry Graham Greene
Our worst enemies here are not the ignorant and simple, however cruel; our worst enemies are the intelligent and corrupt.
– Graham Greene, The Human Factor (1978)
Our worst fault is our preoccupation with the faults of others.
– Kahlil Gibran
Ours is a country built more on people than on territory. The Jews will come from everywhere from France, from Russia, from America, from Yemen. ... Their faith is their passport.
– Benjamin Nnamdi Azikiwe
Ours is a culture based on excess, on overproduction; the result is a steady loss of sharpness in our sensory experience. All the conditions of modern life -- its material plenitude, its sheer crowdedness -- conjoin to dull our sensory faculties.
– Susan Sontag
Ours is a precarious language, as every writer knows, in which the merest shadow line often separates affirmation from negation, sense from nonsense, and one sex from the other.
– James Grover Thurber
Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. If we continue to develop our technology without wisdom or prudence, our servant may prove to be our executioner.
– General Omar Nelson Bradley
Ours is a world where people don't know what they want and are willing to go through hell to get it.
– Donald Robert Perry Marquis
Ours is an age of criticism, to which everything must be subjected. The sacredness of religion, and the authority of legislation, are by many regarded as grounds for exemption from the examination by this tribunal, But, if they are exempted, and cannot lay claim to sincere respect, which reason accords only to that which has stood the test of a free and public examination.
– Immanuel Kant
Ours is the age of substitutes instead of language, we have jargon instead of principles, slogans and instead of genuine ideas, bright ideas.
– Eric Bentley
Ours is the age that is proud of machines that think and suspicious of men who try to.
– H. Mumford Jones
Ours is the century of enforced travel of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others, who were close to them, disappear over the horizon.
– John Berger
Ours is the century of enforced travel of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others, who were close to them, disappear over the horizon.
– John Berger
Ours not to reason why Ours but to do and die.
– Alfred Lord Tennyson
Out here a man settles his own problems
– John Wayne
Out of damp and gloomy days, out of solitude, out of loveless words directed at us, conclusions grow up in us like fungus one morning they are there, we know not how, and they gaze upon us, morose and gray. Woe to the thinker who is not the gardener but only the soil of the plants that grow in him
– Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Out of life's school of war What does not destroy me, makes me stronger.
– Friedrich Nietzsche
Out of need springs desire, and out of desire springs the energy and the will to win.
– Denis Waitley
Out of the frying pan into the fire.
– Quintus Septimius Tertullianus
Out of the strain of the Doing, Into the peace of the Done.
– Julia Louise Woodruff
Out walking my kidney disease. -Johnny The Walker
– Johnny Wowk
Out, damned spot out, I say
– William Shakespeare
Out, damned spot! out, I say!
– William Shakespeare, "Macbeth", Act 5 scene 1
Outer Beauty can only please the Eye, but the Inner Beauty conquers the Heart. Inner Beauty is best seen in Diamonds, the most precious gemstones, which sparkle and shine when the Sun is out; but when the darkness sets in, they reveal their true beauty with illuminating light from within. No matter what others say or do, you must remember that you are a Diamond, and you must preserve your Divine Spark of Inner Beauty to illuminate the world.
– Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate
Outer space is no place for a person of breeding.
– Lady Violet Bonham Carter
Outings are so much more fun when we can savor them through the children's eyes.
– Lawana Blackwell
Outside every fat man there was an even fatter man trying to close in.
– Kingsley Amis, One Fat Englishman (1963)
Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.
– Groucho Marx
Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.
– Marion Shepilov Barry, Jr.
Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth.
– Aesop
Outside show is a poor substitution for inner worth.
– Aesop
Outstanding leaders appeal to the hearts of their followers - not their minds.
– Author Unknown
Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it's amazing what they can accomplish.
– Sam Walton
Outward perfection without inward goodness sets but the blacker dye on the mind?s deformity.
– R Chamberlain
Over grown military establishments are under any form of government inauspicious to liberty, and are to be regarded as particularly hostile to republican liberty.
– George Washington
Over in Hollywood they almost made a great picture, but they caught it in time.
– Wilson Mizner
Over one mind and over ones body the individual is sovereign.
– John Stuart Mill, On Liberty
Over the course of a season, a miscue will cost you more than a good play.
– Jerry Coleman
Over the course of fifteen years of research on plant development, I came to the conclusion that for understanding the development of plants, their morphogenesis, genes and gene products are not enough.
– Rupert Sheldrake
Over the long term, if government revenues continue to be less than the expenditures (deficit), then the economic health of the country worsens because this will result in accumulated debt. An increasing government debt will result in higher interest payments, and less money available for socioeconomic development. To pay for the debt, the government will have to raise taxes, which will reduce the competitive position of the country in the global economy and chase investors away resulting in less economic activities and more job losses. In order to avoid higher unemployment and social instability, the government have to raise more debt to fund spending and welfare support by raising the interest rate which will increase the cost of money, reduce corporate profits and slow economic investments, thus resulting in more job losses and reduced government revenues, despite income tax increases. It is what I call a vicious economic cycle.
– Med Jones
Over the long term, if government revenues continue to be less than the expenditures (deficit). This will result in accumulated debt. An increasing government debt will result in higher interest payments, and less money available for socioeconomic development. To pay for the debt, the government will have to raise taxes, which will reduce the competitive position of the country in the global economy and chase investors away resulting in less economic activities and more job losses. In order to avoid higher unemployment and social instability, the government have to raise more debt to fund spending and welfare support by raising the interest rate which will increase the cost of money, reduce corporate profits and slow economic investments, thus resulting in more job losses and reduced government revenues, despite income tax increases. It is what I call a vicious economic cycle.
– Med Jones
Over the long term, if government revenues continue to be more than expenditures (surplus), then the economic health of the country improves, because the government can afford to invest in development projects such as research and development, education and infrastructure. With more income, the government can also afford to lower taxes, which increases corporate profits and attracts more foreign investors, resulting in more economic activities, creating more jobs and enlarging consumer spending and government revenues despite income tax cuts. It is what I call a virtuous economic cycle.
– Med Jones
Over the long term, if government revenues continue to be more than expenditures (surplus), then the economic health of the country is good, because the government can afford to invest in development projects such as research and development, education and infrastructure. With more income, the government can also afford to lower taxes, which increase corporate profits and attracts more foreign investors, resulting in more economic activities, creating more jobs and enlarging the consumer spending and government revenues overall despite income tax cuts. It is what I call a virtuous economic cycle.
– Med Jones
Over the past ten years, for the first time, intelligence had become socially correct for girls.
– Tom Wolfe, "Bonfire of the Vanities"
Over the river and through the wood, To grandfather's house we go The horse knows the way To carry the sleigh, Through the white and drifted snow.
– Lydia Maria Child
Over the years your bodies become walking autobiographies, telling friends and strangers alike of the minor and major stresses of your lives.
– Marilyn Ferguson
Over the years, we have come to identify quality in a college not by whom it serves but by how many students it excludes. Let us not be a sacred priesthood protecting the temple, but rather the fulfillers of dreams.
– Robert J. Kibbee
Over-seriousness is a warning sign for mediocrity and bureaucratic thinking. People who are seriously committed to mastery and high performance are secure enough to lighten up.
– Michael J. Gelb
Overall, my books represent a kind of shared communion and meditation with my fellow human beings… The books are also a part of what I call the great continuum of spiritual literary dialogue that I feel has been in progress since human beings first gave in to the urge to pray to their sense of something greater than themselves and interpreted certain signs or events or silences as responses to those prayers.
– Aberjhani
Overcoming fear and worry can be accomplished by living a day at a time or even a moment at a time. Your worries will be cut down to nothing.
– Dr. Robert Anthony
Overlook our deeds, since you know that crime was absent from our inclination.
– Ovid
Owls are known as lonely birds; but it is not known that they have the forest as their best friend!
– Mehmet Murat ildan
Own only what you can carry with you know language, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.
– Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Own only what you can carry with you; know language, know countries, know people. Let your memory be your travel bag.
– Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Oxford is -- Oxford: not a mere receptacle for youth, like Cambridge. Perhaps it wants its inmates to love it rather than to love one another.
– E. M. Forster
Oysters speaking doesn''t give a pearl.
– Charles de LEUSSE
Oysters speaking doesn't give a pearl. (Les huîtres qui parlent n'ont pas de perle)
– Charles de LEUSSE
Ozzie makes a leaping, diving stop, shovels to Fernando and everybody drops everything.
– Jerry Coleman
Ozzie Smith just made a play that I have never seen before. And he's done it more times than anyone else.
– Jerry Coleman

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