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In crises the most daring course is often safest.
– Robert Francis KennedyRate it:
In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest.
– AesopRate it:
In Cyberspace, the First Amendment is a local ordinance.
– John Perry BarlowRate it:
In Da' Beginning To most of us...Infinity is a thing ahead of us. In reality it's both ahead and behind us. Some suggest that "in the beginning there was God". Others tell us a "big Bang" occurred. Some say an understanding of a beginning is not possible. Our calendar started on A.D. and we mark time bother before and after that day. Beginnings have endings. Could be there's no beginnings or endings. One of the aspects of existence is that of "continuance". Motive determines whether what we begin with be beneficial or not. Could be best to think a bit before we......begin. KnowyerLoved, CWD
– Carl DeHavenRate it:
In dark days, your best shelter is your clever thoughts!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
In dealing with Englishmen you can be sure of one thing only, that the logical solution will not be adopted.
– William Ralph IngeRate it:
In deep sadness there is no place for sentimentality.
– William S. BurroughsRate it:
In deep waters, you encounter only the wise and the brave; in shallow waters, the ignorant and the coward!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
In democracy its your vote that counts. In feudalism its your count that votes.
– Mogens JallbergRate it:
In democratic ages men rarely sacrifice themselves for another, but they show a general compassion for all the human race. One never sees them inflict pointless suffering, and they are glad to relieve the sorrows of others when they can do so without much trouble to themselves. They are not disinterested, but they are gentle.
– Alexis de TocquevilleRate it:
In difficult and desperate cases, the boldest counsels are the safest.
– Titus LiviusRate it:
In doing good, we are generally cold, and languid, and sluggish; and of all things afraid of being too much in the right. But the works of malice and injustice are quite in another style. They are finished with a bold, masterly hand; touched as they are with the spirit of those vehement passions that call forth all our energies, whenever we oppress and persecute.
– Edmund BurkeRate it:
In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all.
– Mohandas Karamchand GandhiRate it:
In dreams and in love there are no impossibilities.
– Janos ArnayRate it:
In dreams we see ourselves naked and acting our real characters, even more clearly than we see others awake.
– Henry David ThoreauRate it:
In dwelling, live close to the ground. In thinking, keep to the simple. In conflict, be fair and generous. In governing, don't try to control. In work, do what you enjoy. In family life, be completely present.
– Tao Le ChingRate it:
In each individual the spirit is made flesh, in each one the whole of creation suffers, in each one a Savior is crucified.
– Hermann HesseRate it:
In early childhood you may lay the foundation of poverty or riches, industry of idleness, good or evil, by the habits to which you train your children. Teach them right habits then, and their future life is safe.
– Mrs. SigourneyRate it:
In early childhood you may lay the foundation of poverty or riches, industry or idleness, good or evil, by the habits to which you train your children. Teach them right habits then, and their future life is safe.
– Lydia SigourneyRate it:
In economics, the majority is always wrong.
– John Kenneth GalbraithRate it:
In endowing us with memory, nature has revealed to us a truth utterly unimaginable to the unreflective creation, the truth of immortality....The most ideal human passion is love, which is also the most absolute and animal and one of the most ephemeral.
– George SantayanaRate it:
In England and America a beard usually means that its owner would rather be considered venerable than virile; on the continent of Europe it often means that its owner makes a special claim to virility.
– Rebecca WestRate it:
In England every man you meet is some man's son in America, he may be some man's father.
– Ralph Waldo EmersonRate it:
In England there are sixty different religions and only one sauce.
– Francesco Caracciolo, on alcoholRate it:
In enterprise of martial kind, when there was any fighting, he led his regiment from behind -- he found it less exciting.
– Sir William Schwenck GilbertRate it:

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