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The troublesome ones in a family are usually either the wits or the idiots.
– George Eliot, MiddlemarchRate it:
The true aim of everyone who aspires to be a teacher should be, not to impart his own opinions, but to kindle minds.
– Frederick William RobertsonRate it:
The true and solid peace of nations consists not in equality of arms, but in mutual trust alone.
– Pope John XXIIIRate it:
The true beauty of nature is her amplitude she exists neither for nor because of us, and possesses a staying power that all our nuclear arsenals cannot threaten (much as we can easily destroy our puny selves).
– Stephen Jay GouldRate it:
The true beloveds of this world are in their lover's eyes lilacs opening, ship lights, school bells, a landscape, remembered conversations, friends, a child's Sunday, lost voices, one's favorite suit, autumn and all seasons, memory, yes, it being the earth and water of existence, memory.
– Truman CapoteRate it:
The true Christian reaction to suffering and sorrow is not the attitude of self-pity, fatalism or resentment; it is the spirit which takes life's difficulties as a God given opportunity, and regards its troubles as a sacred trust, and wears the thorns as a crown.
– James StewartRate it:
The true civilization is where every man gives to every other every right that he claims for himself.
– Robert G. IngersollRate it:
The true conservative is the man who has a real concern for injustices and takes thought against the day of reckoning.
– Franklin D. RooseveltRate it:
The true craftsman has a light in his eye that Money can't buy Hal Stebbins I read this once when I was Writing a children's story; a time when inspiration had struck...At that time I knew just what he meant...It was so true. Shirley Briggs
– Oscar WildeRate it:
The true creator-self is a light at heart and free child, who accesses destiny as a simple act of joyful play.
– Bryant McGillRate it:
The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedients, and by parts.
– Edmund BurkeRate it:
The true end of tragedy is to purify the passions.
– AristotleRate it:
The true fanatic is a theocrat, someone who sees himself as acting on behalf of some super personal force the Race, the Party, History, the proletariat, the Poor, and so on. These absolve him from evil, hence he may safely do anything in their service.
– Lord BillingsleyRate it:
The true felicity of life is to be free from anxieties and perturbations to understand and do our duties to God and man, and to enjoy the present without any serious dependence on the future.
– Lucius Annaeus SenecaRate it:
The true God is the unknown God to the natural man and also the unknowable God without His revelation in Christ. God is not only invisible to man's sight , but also to man's senses. In Christ is found a God who is near, who hears, who cares, who loves, and who saves. 'For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ' (2 Cor. 46) 'All things are delievered unto me of my Father and no man knoweth the Son, but the Father neither knoweth any man the Father, save the son, and he to whomsoever the Son will reveal him' (Matt. 1127).
– Eugene ReuwelerRate it:
The true God, the mighty God, is the God of ideas.
– Alfred Victor VignyRate it:
The true good deeds are performed in silence.
– L.F. MagisterRate it:
The true harvest of my daily life is somewhat as intangible And indescribably as the tints of morning or evening. It is a little star-dust caught, A segment of the rainbow which I have clutched.
– Henry David ThoreauRate it:
The true is inimitable, the false untransformable.
– Robert BressonRate it:
The true law of the race is progress and development. Whatever civilization pauses in the march of conquest, it is overthrown by the barbarian.
– SimmsRate it:
The true lover of learning then must his earliest youth, as far as in him lies, desire all truth. . .He whose desires are drawn toward knowledge in every form will be absorbed in the pleasures of the soul, and will hardly feel bodily pleasures- -I mean, if he be a true philosopher and not a sham one. . .Then how can he who has the magnificence of mind and is the spectator of all times and all existence, think much of human life He cannot. Or can such a one account death fearful No indeed.
– PlatoRate it:
The true masters of the art of living are already happy if they are not unhappy.
– Jean AnouilhRate it:
The true meaning of a person feeling lonely is not to be alone really but actually being surrounded by many people who are only after his/her wealth and money.
– Anuj SomanyRate it:
The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.
– Nelson HendersonRate it:
The true meaning of religion is thus not simply morality, but morality touched by emotion.
– Matthew ArnoldRate it:

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