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To rescue our children we will have to let them save us from the power we embody: we will have to trust the very difference that they forever personify. And we will have to allow them the choice, without fear of death: that they may come and do likewise or that they may come and that we will follow them, that a little child will lead us back to the child we will always be, vulnerable and wanting and hurting for love and for beauty.
– June JordanRate it:
To resist the frigidity of old age one must combine the body, the mind and the heart - and to keep them in parallel vigor one must exercise, study and love.
– Karl von BonstettenRate it:
To revive sorrow is cruel.
– SophoclesRate it:
To risk life to save a smile on a face of a woman or a child is the secret of chivalry.
– Dejan StojanovicRate it:
To Robert Fulton: What, sir, would you make a ship sail against the wind and currents by lighting a bonfire under her deck? I pray you excuse me, I have no time to listen to such nonsense.
– Napoleon IRate it:
To saints their very slumber is a prayer.
– Saint JeromeRate it:
To save a Life in defeat, is to receive Victory and Honor.
– The Best of the Best (motion picture)Rate it:
To save a man's life against his will is the same as killing him.
– HoraceRate it:
To save the human race and our world, we must correct the evolutionary mistakes by changing the genetics of men.
– Mehmet Murat ildanRate it:
To save time is to lengthen life.
– Author UnknownRate it:
To save your world you asked this man to die;
Would this man, could he see you now, ask why?

– W. H. Auden, Epitaph for an Unknown SoldierRate it:
To say more while saying less is the secret of being simple.
– Dejan StojanovicRate it:
To say of men that they are bad is to say they are worse than we think we are, or worse than the ideal man whose image we have built up on the basis of a certain few.
– Jean RostandRate it:
To say something nice about yourself, this is the hardest thing in the world for people to do. They'd rather take their clothes off.
– Nancy FridayRate it:
To say that a man is vain means merely that he is pleased with the effect he produces on other people. A conceited man is satisfied with the effect he produces on himself.
– Max BeerbohmRate it:
To say that one loves somebody else is so easy, that's why it's now a formality. Whereas, to prove it is not often so easy. Oh! Yes, that's just a reality.
– Emeasoba GeorgeRate it:
To say that war is madness is like saying that sex is madness: true enough, from the standpoint of a stateless eunuch, but merely a provocative epigram for those who must make their arrangements in the world as given.
– John UpdikeRate it:
To say that you love someone is so easy, that's why it's now a formality. Whereas, to prove it is not often so easy. Oh! Yes, that's just a reality.
– Emeasoba GeorgeRate it:
To say the least, a town life makes one more tolerant and liberal in one's judgement of others.
– Henry Wadsworth LongfellowRate it:
To say the truth, when he asked should I like to have it if he gave it to me, I at once said yes. You remember, I always wanted to have one, and only afterwards when we came home I thought that suddenly you might not like me having one. But I really was so pleased at the idea that I forgot about everything.
– Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of RussiaRate it:
To say the word Romanticism is to say modern art -- that is, intimacy, spirituality, color, aspiration towards the infinite, expressed by every means available to the arts.
– Charles BaudelaireRate it:
To say yes, you have to sweat and roll up your sleeves and plunge both hands into life up to the elbows. It's easy to say no, even if it means dying.
– Jean AnouilhRate it:
To say, well done to any bit of good work is to take hold of the powers which have made the effort and strengthen them beyond our knowledge.
– Phillips BrooksRate it:
To secure peace is to prepare for war.
– Carl von ClausewitzRate it:
To see a man fearless in dangers. untainted with lusts, happy in adversity, composed in a tumult, and laughing at all those things which are generally either coveted or feared, all men must acknowledge that this can be from nothing else but a beam of divinity that influences a mortal body.
– SenecaRate it:

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