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So, there is more to you than meets the eye?” “You don’t even know.” was my reply. “In a good way or bad way?” was her next question. “Both” I answered, in either direction. “Ok” is how she ended the text. “Don’t we all have and good and bad sides?” is what I asked next. “We all have more to us than what meets the eyes. Some bad things don’t appear until that opportunity does arise and good qualities go unnoticed or may not be perceived as good but all of us have good and bad sides or at least most sane people should.”
– Jay Abiona
So, throughout life, our worst weaknesses and meannesses are usually committed for the sake of the people whom we most despise.
– Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
So. The time has come for me to get my kite flying, stretch out in the sun, kick off my shoes, and speak my piece. 'The days of struggle are over,' I should be able to say. 'I can look back now and tell myself I don't have a single regret.' But I do. Many years ago a very wise man named Bernard Baruch took me aside and put his arm around my shoulder. 'Harpo, my boy,' he said, 'I'm going to give you three pieces of advice, three things you should always remember.' My heart jumped and I glowed with expectation. I was going to hear the magic password to a rich, full life from the master himself. 'Yes, sir' I said. And he told me the three things. I regret that I've forgotten what they were.
– Arthur Marx
Soap and education are not as sudden as a massacre but they are more deadly in the long run.
– Mark Twain
SOAPY You know, feisty women never get boring. JOEL Let me tell you something. Boring women get a bad rap. There's a lot to be said for boring women.
– Jerry Stahl
Soar, eat ether, see what has never been seen depart, be lost, but climb.
– Edna St. Vincent Millay
Soar, eat ether, see what has never been seen; depart, be lost, but climb.
– Edna St. Vincent Millay
Sobriety, severity, and self-respect are the foundations of all true sociality.
– Henry David Thoreau
Social climbers are a bit like rats. You know you should avoid them, but, somehow one or two manage to sneak into your life anyhow.
– T.R. Threston
Social climbers are like ghosts. Scarey and transparent at the same time.
– T.R. Threston
Social confusion has now reached a point at which the pursuit of immorality turns out to be more exhausting than compliance with the old moral codes.
– Denis de Rougemont
Social criticism begins with grammar and the re-establishing of meanings.
– Octavio Paz
Social engaged intellectuals must accept reality as they found it and shape it toward positive social goals, not stand aside in self-righteous isolation.
– John Dewey
Social equality is not a subject to be legislated upon, nor shall I ask that anything be done to advance the social status of the colored man, except to give him a fair chance to develop what there is good in him, give him access to the schools, and when he travels let him feel assured that his conduct will regulate the treatment and fare he will receive.
– Ulysses S. Grant
Social history might be defined negatively as the history of a people with the politics left out.
– G. M. Trevelyan
Social improvement is attained more readily by a concern with the quality of results than with the purity of motives.
– Eric Hoffer
Social order at the expense of liberty is hardly a bargain.
– Marquis de Sade
Socialism is Bolshevism with a shave.
– Detroit Journal
Socialism is nothing but the capitalism of the lower classes.
– Oswald Spengler
Socialism proposes no adequate substitute for the motive of enlightened selfishness that to-day is at the basis of all human labor and effort, enterprise and new activity.
– William Howard Taft
Society attacks early when the individual is helpless.
– B. F. Skinner
Society cares for the individual only so far as he is profitable.
– Simone de Beauvoir
Society drives people crazy with lust and calls it advertising.
– John Lahr
Society expects man to be a passive social animal who believes like the People of the Field in "Jurgen" that "to do what you always have done" and "what is expected of you" are the twin rules of life. This, is course, is not true. The wanton crucifixion of impulses, the unnecessary blocking and frustration of the drives and urges, are an evil that reflects itself in sophistication, ennui and boredom, dissatisfaction, melancholy, fatigue, anxiety and neurosis.
– Abraham Myerson
Society has always seemed to demand a little more from human beings than it will get in practice.
– George Orwell

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