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Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: The fear of death is the most unjustified The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for there's no risk of accident for someone who's dead. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: It's not your pictures I like; it's your It's not your pictures I like; it's your painting. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Coincidence is God's way of staying anonymous. Coincidence is God's way of staying anonymous. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Eddie Albert: What's the most important thing in the world? What's the most important thing in the world? It's love, and I look at that as an energy, not a sentiment. — Eddie Albert
Albert's Quotes By Albert Borris: But when you live, that's when you have But when you live, that's when you have to think about tomorrow and the next day. — Albert Borris
Albert's Quotes By Albert Ellis: Even injustice has it's good points. It gives Even injustice has it's good points. It gives me the challenge of being as happy as I can in an unfair world. — Albert Ellis
Albert's Quotes By Albert Mohler: Our responsibility is to get God's word to Our responsibility is to get God's word to their ears. Only God can get the word from their ears to their heart. — Albert Mohler
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Racism is America's greatest disease, racism is a Racism is America's greatest disease, racism is a disease of the white man. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Mozart's music was so pure that it seemed Mozart's music was so pure that it seemed to have been ever-present in the universe, waiting to be discovered by the master. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Pujols: My life's goal is to bring glory to My life's goal is to bring glory to Jesus. — Albert Pujols
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: A writer writes to a great extent to A writer writes to a great extent to be read (let's admire those who say they don't, but not believe them). — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Matthieu Ricard: Love is the only thing that doubles every Love is the only thing that doubles every time it's given, said Albert Schweitzer. — Matthieu Ricard
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: The struggle itself towards the heights is enough The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man's heart. One must imagine Sisyphus happy. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert E. Bowen: Liberty isn't bestowed; it's achieved. It is not Liberty isn't bestowed; it's achieved. It is not a gift; it's a conquest. It does not abide; it must be preserved. — Albert E. Bowen
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: James Clerk Maxwell's [work is the] most profound James Clerk Maxwell's [work is the] most profound and the most fruitful ... — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: We must all know that each mediocrity, each We must all know that each mediocrity, each surrender, each act of complacency will harm us as much as the enemy's rifles. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: All these primary impulses, not easily described in All these primary impulses, not easily described in words, are the springs of man's actions. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Elisa Albert: It's decidedly bizzare, when the Worst Thing hppens It's decidedly bizzare, when the Worst Thing hppens and you find yourself still conscious, still breathing. — Elisa Albert
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: One is born into a herd of buffaloes One is born into a herd of buffaloes and must be glad if one is not trampled under foot before one's time. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Always do what's right; this will gratify some Always do what's right; this will gratify some and astonish the rest — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Annabeth Albert: God, please spare Ben. I don't care about God, please spare Ben. I don't care about my sorry self. Just save him. Maddox's hurried prayer was his last conscious thought. * — Annabeth Albert
Albert's Quotes By Albert Ellis: Whining about your own, others', or the world's Whining about your own, others', or the world's failings is a main element in what we usually call neurosis. — Albert Ellis
Albert's Quotes By Albert Kesselring: A soldier's first duty is to obey, otherwise A soldier's first duty is to obey, otherwise you might as well do away with soldiering. — Albert Kesselring
Albert's Quotes By Albert Mohler: In the end, the church will either declare In the end, the church will either declare the truth of God's Word, or it will find a way to run away from it. — Albert Mohler
Albert's Quotes By Albert Pujols: I don't think there's anything out there I I don't think there's anything out there I can be afraid of. — Albert Pujols
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: That's the way man is, cher monsieur. He That's the way man is, cher monsieur. He has two faces: he can't love without self-love. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: To lose the touch of flowers and women's To lose the touch of flowers and women's hands is the supreme separation. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: The dog is very smart. He feels sorry The dog is very smart. He feels sorry for me because I receive so much mail; that's why he tries to bite the mailman. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Thinking is learning all over again how to Thinking is learning all over again how to see, directing one's consciousness, making of every image a privileged place. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Hadley: An interior designer must be able to clarify An interior designer must be able to clarify his intent keeping ever in mind that decorating is not a look, it's a point of view. — Albert Hadley
Albert's Quotes By Albert Brooks: If you want to be a writer, just If you want to be a writer, just write. There's no magic to it. — Albert Brooks
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: I have no idea what's awaiting me, or I have no idea what's awaiting me, or what will happen when this all ends. For the moment I know this: there are sick people and they need curing. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: To be famous, in fact, one has only To be famous, in fact, one has only to kill one's landlady. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Death means nothing to men like me. It's Death means nothing to men like me. It's the event that proves them right. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Pujols: I try to spend as much time as I try to spend as much time as possible with God and my family. That's more important than anything I'm doing in baseball. — Albert Pujols
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Man is an idea, and a precious smallidea, Man is an idea, and a precious small
idea, once he turns his back on love. And
that's my point; we, mankind, have lost the capacity for love. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Pujols: God is the Man, and there's another Man, God is the Man, and there's another Man, Stan 'The Man' Musial in St. Louis. — Albert Pujols
Albert's Quotes By Albert Schweitzer: The only way out of today's misery is The only way out of today's misery is for people to become worthy of each other's trust. — Albert Schweitzer
Albert's Quotes By Albert Bandura: Self-efficacy is the belief in one's capabilities to Self-efficacy is the belief in one's capabilities to organize and execute the sources of action required to manage prospective situations. — Albert Bandura
Albert's Quotes By Dick Cavett: My IQ is somewhere between Spiro Agnew's and My IQ is somewhere between Spiro Agnew's and Albert Einstein's. — Dick Cavett
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Am I happy or unhappy? It's not a Am I happy or unhappy? It's not a very important question. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Even when one sits in the prisoner's dock, Even when one sits in the prisoner's dock, it is interesting to hear talk about oneself. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Mistaken ideas always end in bloodshed, but in Mistaken ideas always end in bloodshed, but in every case it is someone else's blood. This is why our thinkers feel free to say just about anything. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Brooks: It's interesting when you're part of a group It's interesting when you're part of a group - the Jews, to be exact - that the world has had such problems with. — Albert Brooks
Albert's Quotes By Albert Schweitzer: The gratitude that we encounter helps us believe The gratitude that we encounter helps us believe in the goodness of the world, and strengthens us thereby to do what's good. — Albert Schweitzer
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: It is the same with people as it It is the same with people as it is with riding a bike. Only when moving can one comfortably maintain one's balance. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: It stands to the everlasting credit of science It stands to the everlasting credit of science that by acting on the human mind it has overcome man's insecurity before himself and before nature. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: It is normal to give away a little It is normal to give away a little of one's life in order not to lose it all. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: I love life - that's my real weakness. I love life - that's my real weakness. I love it so much that I am incapable of imagining what is not life. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert J. Beveridge: Faith in one's self unlocks those hidden powers Faith in one's self unlocks those hidden powers that all of us have, but that few of us use. — Albert J. Beveridge
Albert's Quotes By Susan Wittig Albert: One person's weed is another person's wildflower. One person's weed is another person's wildflower. — Susan Wittig Albert
Albert's Quotes By Albert Gubay: Stupid people do make me lose my temper Stupid people do make me lose my temper and most people are stupid, fortunately for me. It's made it easier for me to make a living. — Albert Gubay
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: One must place one's principles in big things. One must place one's principles in big things. For the small, graciousness will suffice. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Marv Albert: There's a fine line between physical and thug There's a fine line between physical and thug ball, and the Knicks have crossed the line on occasion. — Marv Albert
Albert's Quotes By Albert Hammond Jr.: If I have an audience, I'd like to If I have an audience, I'd like to make music for my whole life. But it's not really up to me. — Albert Hammond Jr.
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: The absurd hero's refusal to hope becomes his The absurd hero's refusal to hope becomes his singular ability to live in the present with passion. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: So I learned that after a single day's So I learned that after a single day's experience of the outside world a man could easily live a hundred years in prison. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: That's why I like you so much. Your That's why I like you so much. Your heart isn't dead. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Hammond Jr.: If I worked as a waiter, I'd go If I worked as a waiter, I'd go home and write songs and record them. I'd have to. It's the only thing I know how to do. It's the only thing I can do. — Albert Hammond Jr.
Albert's Quotes By Kate Larkinson: Try not to be a man of success, Try not to be a man of success, but a man of value." - Albert Einstein — Kate Larkinson
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: The world needs heroes and it's better they The world needs heroes and it's better they be harmless men like me than villains like Hitler — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Carole King: I went to London and performed in Eric I went to London and performed in Eric Clapton's concert at the Royal Albert Hall. I'll work with him any time he asks me. — Carole King
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Know where to find the information and how Know where to find the information and how to use it - That's the secret of success. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: Humankind's desire for peace can be realized only Humankind's desire for peace can be realized only by the creation of a world government. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Finney: I don't enter, I'm entered. It's up to I don't enter, I'm entered. It's up to someone else. It's up to them. — Albert Finney
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Yes, everything is simple. It's people who complicate Yes, everything is simple. It's people who complicate things. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Szent-Gyorgyi: Water is life's matter and matrix, mother and Water is life's matter and matrix, mother and medium. There is no life without water. — Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Albert's Quotes By Albert Brooks: The biggest waste of brainpower is to want The biggest waste of brainpower is to want to change something that's not changeable. — Albert Brooks
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: He's incapable of suffering for a long time, He's incapable of suffering for a long time, or being happy for a long time. Which means that he's incapable of anything really worth while. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Schweitzer: That's my private ant. You're liable to break That's my private ant. You're liable to break its legs. — Albert Schweitzer
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: For who would dare to assert that eternal For who would dare to assert that eternal happiness can compensate for a single moment's human suffering — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Einstein: The bitter and the sweet come from the The bitter and the sweet come from the outside, the hard from within, from one's own efforts. — Albert Einstein
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: Friendship is not so easy: it's long and Friendship is not so easy: it's long and hard to win, but when it's there, you can't get rid of it, you have to made do — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: There are very few large and many poor There are very few large and many poor feelings in everyone's life. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Finney: It was great to do and it's exciting It was great to do and it's exciting to do those things. That's another thing, that one enjoys the game. — Albert Finney
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: One grows out of pity when it's useless. One grows out of pity when it's useless. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: What does eternity matter to me? To lose What does eternity matter to me? To lose the touch of flowers and women's hands - that is the supreme separation! — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: A liking for truth at any cost is A liking for truth at any cost is a passion that spares nothing and that nothing resists. It's a vice, at times a comfort, or a selfishness. — Albert Camus
Albert's Quotes By Albert Camus: I'll see you off," Daru said. "No," said I'll see you off," Daru said. "No," said Balducci. "There's no use being polite. You insulted me. — Albert Camus