Confucius Philosophies Quotes

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Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Joseph J. Ellis: His (Washington's) apparent paralysis was the result of His (Washington's) apparent paralysis was the result of balancing two imperatives: his reputation against the survival of the Continental Army. — Joseph J. Ellis
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Chuck Tanner: The greatest feeling in the world is to The greatest feeling in the world is to win a major league game. The second-greatest feeling is to lose a major league game. — Chuck Tanner
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Graham Greene: The argument of danger only applies to those The argument of danger only applies to those who live in relative safety. (The Power and the Glory) — Graham Greene
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Mary J. Blige: When I was a kid, I needed to When I was a kid, I needed to sing because it makes me feel good about myself. It makes me feel good, period. — Mary J. Blige
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Russ Harris: Adopting this definition means you can be successful Adopting this definition means you can be successful right now, whether or not you've achieved your major goals. — Russ Harris
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Shere Hite: I'm suggesting we call sex something else, and I'm suggesting we call sex something else, and it should include everything from kissing to sitting close together. — Shere Hite
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By John Ciardi: Poetry lies its way to the truth. Poetry lies its way to the truth. — John Ciardi
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Sharon Van Etten: I did jazz dance for a few years. I did jazz dance for a few years. — Sharon Van Etten
Confucius Philosophies Quotes By Barbara Renaud Gonzalez: The Greeks have nothing on the Mexicans...we write The Greeks have nothing on the Mexicans...we write the truth and it only seems like magic to everyone else. — Barbara Renaud Gonzalez