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John Edward Quotes By Mark Edward Hall: A light shines in the darkness but the A light shines in the darkness but the darkness does not understand it." - John 1:5 "No man is a complete mystery but to himself" - Proust Mark Edward Hall
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: She has always seemed to me the epitome She has always seemed to me the epitome of womankind: coldly suspicious, politely ill-tempered, and narrowly selfish. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: He looked at them curiously, as if he He looked at them curiously, as if he had not seen them before, and felt very distant from them and very close to them. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: One must be prepared to suffer for one's One must be prepared to suffer for one's beliefs. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Lust and learning. That's really all there is, Lust and learning. That's really all there is, isn't it? John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Every thing secret degenerates, even the administration of Every thing secret degenerates, even the administration of justice; nothing is safe that does not show how it can bear discussion and publicity. John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Great men are almost always bad men. Great men are almost always bad men. John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: The issue which has swept down the centuries The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks. John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: I don't look at this as a religious I don't look at this as a religious based thing. To me this is energy based. John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: When you take the U out of mourning, When you take the U out of mourning, it's a brand new day! John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: But we were never really - together. Even But we were never really - together. Even when we made love. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: The strongest of us are but the puniest The strongest of us are but the puniest weaklings, are but tinkling cymbals and sounding brass, before the eternal mystery. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Stoner said to Finch, I have no wish Stoner said to Finch, I have no wish to retire before I have to, merely to accommodate a whim of Professor Lomax. John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Lust and learning," Katherine once said. "That's really Lust and learning," Katherine once said. "That's really all there is, isn't it? — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Finch turned to the other men and without Finch turned to the other men and without raising his voice managed to call out to them. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Like many men who consider their success incomplete, Like many men who consider their success incomplete, he was extraordinarily vain and consumed with a sense of his own importance. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: When he had thought of death before, he When he had thought of death before, he had thought of it either as a literary event or as the slow, quiet attrition of time against imperfect flesh. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Be not content with the best book; seek Be not content with the best book; seek sidelights from the others; have no favourites. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Everybody likes to get as much power as Everybody likes to get as much power as circumstances allow, and nobody will vote for a self-denying ordinance. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: The most certain test by which we judge The most certain test by which we judge whether a country is really free is the amount of security enjoyed by minorities — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Beneath his awe, he had a sudden sense Beneath his awe, he had a sudden sense of security and serenity he had never felt before. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: The object of civil society is justice, not The object of civil society is justice, not truth, virtue, wealth, knowledge, glory or power. Justice is followed by equality and liberty. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By Edward John Carnell: Too often faith is used as an epistemological Too often faith is used as an epistemological device to avoid the hard labor of straight thinking. — Edward John Carnell
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Christopher Hill: Common sense varies among the young, as among Common sense varies among the young, as among the old. — John Edward Christopher Hill
John Edward Quotes By Ann Somerville: Our witness, one Edward Littleton, was as gay Our witness, one Edward Littleton, was as gay as Elton John's handbag. — Ann Somerville
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: She seemed happy, though perhaps a bit desperately She seemed happy, though perhaps a bit desperately so — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: My view of the afterlife is that it's My view of the afterlife is that it's made of different levels, depending on how spiritual a life we live. — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: He was our enemy, but as it is He was our enemy, but as it is strange, after so many years the death of an old enemy is like the death of an old friend. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: His mother regarded her life patiently, as if His mother regarded her life patiently, as if it were a long moment that she had to endure. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Irving: Yet no litany of sexually transmitted diseases was Yet no litany of sexually transmitted diseases was likely to scare Edward Bonshaw away; sexual attraction isn't strictly scientific. — John Irving
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: When you perceive a truth, look for the When you perceive a truth, look for the balancing truth. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: I believe it is wrong, in a country I believe it is wrong, in a country of such wealth and prosperity, to have 36 million Americans living in poverty. — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Gofman: In truth, Edward Teller ran the Livermore Lab, In truth, Edward Teller ran the Livermore Lab, but for public purposes he liked it better to be known as only an associate director — John Gofman
John Edward Quotes By Simon Hoggart: Seeing John Major govern the country is like Seeing John Major govern the country is like watching Edward Scissorhands try to make balloon animals. — Simon Hoggart
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutley power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutley — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By Edward John Carnell: Relevance is not a substitute for the Gospel, Relevance is not a substitute for the Gospel, but an entry point for it — Edward John Carnell
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: But there is much that cannot go into But there is much that cannot go into books, and that is the loss with which I become increasingly concerned. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: May the student in you become the teacher May the student in you become the teacher for another — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Corwin: No wonder Edward was such a crazy driver," No wonder Edward was such a crazy driver," I muttered. "Who's Edward?" Elyssa asked. "You know, from Twilight. — John Corwin
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: But the required survey of English literature troubled But the required survey of English literature troubled and disquieted him in a way nothing had ever done before. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Judge talent at its best but character at Judge talent at its best but character at its worst. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: People are people, and they want to know People are people, and they want to know about their own experiences. — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: The bonds of love are what connect us The bonds of love are what connect us to the other side. — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: They walked with some purpose, yet without particular They walked with some purpose, yet without particular hurry, — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Christopher Hill: Only very slowly and late have men come Only very slowly and late have men come to realize that unless freedom is universal it is only extended privilege. — John Edward Christopher Hill
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: That is the very best time of life, That is the very best time of life, he thought again: when you are very young, when living is a simple, perfect succession of golden days. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Liberty is not a means to a higher Liberty is not a means to a higher political end. It is itself the highest political end. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Christopher Hill: I wrote as a very angry young man, I wrote as a very angry young man, believing he was going to be killed in a world war. — John Edward Christopher Hill
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: For a few moments in the evening, then, For a few moments in the evening, then, they talked quietly and casually, as if they were old friends or exhausted enemies. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By Edward Eager: The best kind of book," said Barnaby, "is The best kind of book," said Barnaby, "is a magic book." "Naturally," said John. — Edward Eager
John Edward Quotes By Edward John Trelawny: Those that come to see me, do me Those that come to see me, do me honour; and those that stay away, do me a favour. — Edward John Trelawny
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Stoner saw them through a haze, as if Stoner saw them through a haze, as if he were an audience. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Looking at her, Stoner was assailed by a Looking at her, Stoner was assailed by a consciousness of his own heavy clumsiness. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: For my friends do not desert me, and For my friends do not desert me, and life stays; for those two things I must be grateful. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: From the marriage had come only one child; From the marriage had come only one child; he had wanted a son and had got a girl, and that was another disappointment he hardly bothered to conceal. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: A wise person does at once, what a A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Liberty is not the power of doing what Liberty is not the power of doing what we like, but the right of being able to do what we ought. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: He felt the logic of grammar, and he He felt the logic of grammar, and he thought he perceived how it spread out from itself, permeating the language and supporting human thought. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: History is not a burden on the memory History is not a burden on the memory but an illumination of the soul. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Like all lovers, they spoke much of themselves, Like all lovers, they spoke much of themselves, as if they might thereby understand the world which made them possible. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: He thought of the years before, the distant He thought of the years before, the distant years with his parents on the farm, and of the deadness from which he had been miraculously revived. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: He was forty-two years old, and he could He was forty-two years old, and he could see nothing before him that he wished to enjoy and little behind him that he cared to remember. — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton: Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise and fall, Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise and fall, but the moral law is written on the tablets of eternity. — John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: The iconoclasm need not be loud and messy, The iconoclasm need not be loud and messy, I can almost hear him saying, — John Edward Williams
John Edward Quotes By John Edward: I feel a buzzing at the base of I feel a buzzing at the base of my neck. It's like I'm on eternal 'vibrate' in case of an emergency. — John Edward
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Gray: We have no problems, only situations. Not all We have no problems, only situations. Not all problems have solutions, but all situations have outcomes. — John Edward Gray
John Edward Quotes By Jean Edward Smith: If George Washington founded the nation, John Marshall If George Washington founded the nation, John Marshall defined it. — Jean Edward Smith
John Edward Quotes By Edward John Trelawny: A rusty bolt is the most difficult to A rusty bolt is the most difficult to withdraw; but once removed, though replaced, it will never hold securely. — Edward John Trelawny
John Edward Quotes By John Edward Williams: Within a month he knew that his marriage Within a month he knew that his marriage was a failure; within a year he stopped hoping that it would improve. — John Edward Williams