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In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.
– Franklin D. Roosevelt, Speech, September 22, 1936Rate it:
In the twilight of a silent coast, under the beautiful stars, immortality visits you!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
In the twilight of the morning, all life silently waits for the sunrise. Sun must rise for the darkness to sink!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
In the U.S. you have to be a deviant or exist in extreme boredom...Make no mistake all intellectuals are deviants in the U.S.
– William Seward BurroughsRate it:
In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. That is what makes America what it is.
– Gertrude Stein, The Geographical History of America (1936)Rate it:
In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. This is what makes America what it is.
– Gertrude SteinRate it:
In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. This is what makes American what it is.
– Gertrude SteinRate it:
In the United States today, we have more than our share of nattering nabobs of negativism.
– Spiro AgnewRate it:
In the United States today, we have more than our share of the nattering nabobs of negativism. They have formed their own 4H Clubthe hopeless, hysterical hypochondriacs of history.
– Spiro AgnewRate it:
In the United States, doing good has come to be, like patriotism, a favorite device of persons with something to sell.
– H.L. MenckenRate it:
in the university I am a wild man; in the wilds I am a scholar and a poet
– J. Frank DobieRate it:
In the unlikely story that is America, there's never been anything false about hope.
– Barack ObamaRate it:
In the usual (though certainly not in every) public decision on economic policy, the choice is between courses that are almost equally good or equally bad. It is the narrowest decisions that are most ardently debated. If the world is lucky enough to enjoy peace, it may even one day make the discovery, to the horror of doctrinaire free-enterprisers and doctrinaire planners alike, that what is called capitalism and what is called socialism are both capable of working quite well.
– John Kenneth GalbraithRate it:
In the usual progress of things, the necessities of a nation in every stage of its existence will be found at least equal to its resources.
– Alexander HamiltonRate it:
In the vast reaches of the dry, cold night, thousands of stars were constantly appearing, and their sparkling icicles, loosened at once, began to slip gradually toward the horizon.
– Albert CamusRate it:
In the very darkness of a stupid society, even a little candle deserves a great honour!
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
In the whole vast dome of living nature there reigns an open violence, a kind of prescriptive fury which arms all the creatures to their common doom: as soon as you leave the inanimate kingdom you find the decree of violent death inscribed on the very frontiers of life.
– Joseph de MaistreRate it:
In the whole wretched business there was something generous that was doing its best to flower.
– J. M. Coetzee, Disgrace (novel)Rate it:
In the wilderness of life, happiness is looking for you in the jungles of dreams and desires, in the beauty of shrubs and flowers, in the span of sadness and kindness, in the deepness of hearts and minds.
– Debasish Mridha, M.D.Rate it:
In the woods is perpetual youth.
– Ralph Waldo EmersonRate it:
In the word of no master am I bound to believe.
– HoraceRate it:
in the words of Trini; you were the first to lose #joes coming
– isaac hansonRate it:
in the words of Trini; you were the first to lose #joes coming
– isaac hansonRate it:
In the works of man, everything is as poor as its author; vision is confined, means are limited, scope is restricted, movements are labored, and results are humdrum.
– Joseph de MaistreRate it:
In the works of the better poets you get the sensation that they're not talking to people any more, or to some seraphical creature. What they're doing is simply talking back to the language itself --as beauty, sensuality, wisdom, irony --those aspects of language of which the poet is a clear mirror. Poetry is not an art or a branch of art, it's something more. If what distinguishes us from other species is speech, then poetry, which is the supreme linguistic operation, is our anthropological, indeed genetic, goal. Anyone who regards poetry as an entertainment, as a read, commits an anthropological crime, in the first place, against himself.
– Joseph BrodskyRate it:

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