Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Golden Quotations For Life II
Where the river is deepest, it makes least noise.
Sometimes it is more important to discover what one cannot do, than what one can do.
You don’t learn to hold your own in the world by standing on guard, but by attacking, and getting well-hammered yourself.
You must know something of everything and everything of something if you want to keep pace with the modern.
You seem to have no real purpose in life and won’t realize at the age of twenty-two that if you want to succeed life means work, hard work and more of it.
Old men shall dream dreams, young men shall see visions.
Fame is but the breath of the people, and that often unwholesome.
Good manners are the techniques of expressing consideration for the feelings of others.
Hope is the most treacherous of human fancies.
Ignorance and absence of discipline are the cause of man’s troubles.
Ordinary people think merely how they will spend their time; a man of intellect tries to use it.
Our knowlege is the amassed thought and experience of innumberable minds.
Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius.
Politeness goes far, yet costs nothing.
Poverty and wealth, both are sins.
Prayer needs no speech.
Prayers and provender hinder no man’s journey.
Pride ruined the angels.
Progress is impossible without change; and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.
Progress is the law of life, man is not man as yet.
Prosperity can change man’s nature; it is difficult to resist the effects of good fortune.
There never was such beauty as in you. Nature made you, and then broke the mould.To achieve great things we must live as though we were never going to die.